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"puerto rican government commission" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"puerto rican government commission" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"From KCRW. This is left right and center. President Trump is offended by the study that finds approximately three thousand Puerto Ricans died because of hurricane Maria. He says it's a smear by Democrats or something. What were the federal failures in response to Maria and heavily learned from them as hurricane Florence hits southeast, welcome to left right and center. You're civilized provocative antidote the self contained opinion bubbles that dominate political debate and Josh barrow. Later in the show a record number of migrant children are in federal custody. We'll discuss why Paul Manafort is pleading guilty and he will cooperate with Robert Muller. What does that mean for Trump and for the lobbying industrial complex and Andrew Cuomo boogeyman of the left Handley won his democratic primary for a third term as governor of New York. Ben Adler of city and state. New York will join us to discuss Cuomo's future and the New Yorkers from Donald Trump to Bill o'riley who have eaten our national politics. All that. Plus the crisis in the Catholic church is coming up next on left, right and center. We'll be right back. I'm Justin semi and on this week's Donut me, I'm talking to star of Atlanta and deadpool two Zazai Bates and boy, is it a conversation? You don't wanna miss. Somebody can have a strong identity as a black person and still have the complexity of, but they, you know, love somebody of any other race and that that doesn't take away from their identity and how they grew up and how other people see them. All right. Y'all find don't ask me on apple podcasts or KCRW dot com. Welcome back to left. Right and center. I'm Josh barrow. Your center on the right is rich, Lowry editor of national review on the left is Elizabeth brunette. Columnist at the Washington Post President Trump has a bone to pick with public health researchers at George Washington University. The Puerto Rican government commissioned the researchers to estimate the death toll in the months, following hurricane, Maria compared to the rate of death incomparable earlier periods. And they estimated that nearly three thousand extra deaths were attributable to the storm and it's long, slow aftermath. Puerto Rico adopted this as it's official death toll, but Trump does not think it is right. Three thousand people did not die in the two hurricanes that hit Puerto Rico. He tweeted Thursday when I left the island after the storm had hit, they had anywhere from six to eighteen deaths as time went by. It did not go up by much then a long time later, they started to report really large numbers like three thousand. This was done by the Democrats in order to make me look as bad as possible when I was successfully raising Billy. Of dollars to help rebuild Puerto Rico. If.

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"puerto rican government commission" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"puerto rican government commission" Discussed on KQED Radio

"First news Live from NPR news. In Washington I'm, Lakshmi Singh, Puerto Rico's official death toll. From hurricane Maria is no longer in. The dozens it's in, the thousands two thousand nine hundred seventy five people estimated to have lost their lives in the six months since the category for, hurricane level much of the US territory and left millions of Americans, without power clean water. Or food the Puerto Rican government commission independent researchers from George Washington University to estimate the death toll the numbers twenty two percent higher than the number. Of deaths Puerto Rico would. Have expected the same six-month period had there not. Been hurricane she. Ws. Dr Lynn Goldman says the elderly in the poorest were most. At risk we feel very strongly that lesson from this is that efforts for assistance in recovery need to focus as much as possible on lower income areas on people who are who are older people who are. More vulnerable even though it's been nearly a year since Hurricane, Maria struck the islands still in recovery mode. And this year's, Atlantic hurricane, season does not officially end. Until November Defense Secretary Jim Mattis Hsieh's. The US will continue, to help Saudi Arabian its fight against Hutu rebels in Yemen and work to reduce civilian casualties this after UN report accused Saudis, the United Arab Emirates and the Yemeni government of war-crimes here's NPR's, Tom Bowman yours is. Not directly involved in the three and a half year fight in Yemen it provides his Saudis intelligence in refueling aircraft after a recent Saudi airstrike they. Hit a bus and killed. Dozens Madison the Pentagon dispatched a senior officer to. Voice concern are. Conduct. Their decry to keep the human cost of innocence being killed. Accidentally to the absolute minimum Mattis said the Saudis have a right to defend themselves for missiles being fired by the rebels and he said the US has working with the UN to negotiate an end to the, conflict Tom Bowman NPR news Washington a federal Court has ruling that North Carolina needs, new, congressional voting maps for this November's election from member station of a UNC rusty Jacobs reports the ruling comes after the US supreme court. Sent the case back to the lower court for review the three judge panel led by. An Obama, appointee reaffirmed. An earlier decision that most of the state's congressional districts were gerrymandered with extreme partisanship. By North Carolina's Republican controlled general assembly Andrew chain teaches law at the. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Republicans on. The drafting committee were very open one might even say brazen in their express intent to elect as many Republican members city congressional delegation as possible the. Parties have until Friday to file arguments on whether the legislature should redraw the maps for NPR. News I'm rusty Jacobs in Chapel Hill North Carolina before the close the Dow is up fourteen, points this, is NPR, news, from news I'm Ryan Levi California will become the first state to eliminate bail for suspects awaiting trial under a Bill. Signed today by governor Jerry Brown the Bill will replace bell with a risk assessment system although it's still unclear how the system will work it will go into effect in October twenty nineteen the state's judicial council now has brought authority to reshape pretrial detention policies each county will use the council's framework to set its own procedures most suspects arrested for non violent misdemeanors will be released within twelve hours of being booked under the new, law those facing serious violent felonies will not be eligible, for pretrial. Release supporters say this will end the unfair. Practice of detaining people just because they can't make bail opponents have said it gives judges too much power and. They worry those who go free won't return for trial ten bay area members of congress and California's two. Senators are joining dozens of their, colleagues in urging a federal. Court to overturn the repeal of. Net neutrality the Federal Communications Commission Earlier this year removed regulations, that prevented, internet service providers from changing web loading speeds two dozen, state prosecutors appealed that decision to the DC circuit. Court of appeals peninsula Representative and s you and. More than one hundred other members of congress filed a friend of the. Court briefing supporting them today in reality net neutrality protects the first. Amendment free speech of the American people as you sit on the house energy and commerce committee which oversees the. FCC the Commission's chairman agit pie has said the old rules before they were, repealed were.

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Study estimates Puerto Rico deaths from Hurricane Maria at nearly 3,000

Fresh Air

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Study estimates Puerto Rico deaths from Hurricane Maria at nearly 3,000

"Puerto Rico's official death toll. From hurricane Maria is no longer in. The dozens it's in, the thousands two thousand nine hundred seventy five people estimated to have lost their lives in the six months since the category for, hurricane level much of the US territory and left millions of Americans, without power clean water. Or food the Puerto Rican government commission independent researchers from George Washington University to estimate the death toll the numbers twenty two percent higher than the number. Of deaths Puerto Rico would. Have expected the same six-month period had there not. Been hurricane she. Ws. Dr Lynn Goldman says the elderly in the poorest were most. At risk we feel very strongly that lesson from this is that efforts for assistance in recovery need to focus as much as possible on lower income areas on people who are who are older people who are. More vulnerable even though it's been nearly a year since Hurricane, Maria struck the islands still in recovery mode. And this year's, Atlantic hurricane, season does not officially end. Until

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"puerto rican government commission" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"puerto rican government commission" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi Singh Puerto Rico's official death toll from hurricane Maria is no, longer in the dozens. It's in the thousands two thousand nine hundred seventy five people estimated to have lost their lives in the six months since the category four hurricane level. Much of the US territory. And left millions of Americans without power clean water. Or food the Puerto Rican government commission independent researchers from George Washington University to. Estimate the death toll the numbers twenty two percent higher than the number of deaths Puerto Rico would have expected the same six-month period had there not been hurricane she ws Dr Lingle Goldman says, the elderly and, the poorest were most address we feel very strongly than. A lesson from this is that efforts for, assistance in recovery me to focus as much as possible on lower income. Areas on, people who are who are older people Who are. More vulnerable even though it's been nearly a year since hurricane Maria struck the islands still in. Recovery mode and this year's Atlantic. Hurricane season does, not officially, end until November Defense Secretary. Jim Mattis says the US will continue. To help Saudi Arabia, and its fight against Hootie rebels in Yemen and worked to reduce civilian casualties this after UN report accused the Saudis the United Arab Emirates and the Yemeni government of war-crimes here's NPR's Tom Bowman, is not directly involved. In the three and a half year fight in Yemen it provides Saudis intelligence in refueling aircraft after a recent Saudi airstrike hit a bus and killed. Dozens Mattis said the Pentagon. Dispatched a senior officer to voice concern are conduct. Their Detriot to keep the human cost of innocence being killed accidentally to the. Absolute minimum Madison the Saudis have a right to defend themselves for missiles being fired by Hootie rebels and he said the yours is working with the UN to negotiate an end to the conflict Tom Bowman NPR news Washington, a federal court has ruling that North Carolina needs new. Congressional voting. Maps for this November's election from member station of a UNC rusty Jacobs reports the ruling. Comes after the US supreme court sent the case back to the lower court for review the. Three judge panel led by an Obama appointee reaffirmed an earlier decision that most of the state's congressional districts were gerrymandered with extreme partisanship by North Carolina's Republican controlled general assembly. Andrew Cheng teaches law at the university of North Carolina Chapel Hill the Republicans on. The drafting committee were very open one might even say breezing in in their expressing intent to As many. Republican members city congressional delegation as, possible the parties have until Friday to file arguments on whether the legislature should redraw the maps for NPR news I'm rusty, Jacobs in Chapel Hill North Carolina before the close the Dow is up fourteen points this. Is NPR, news, and you're listening to WNYC in New.

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