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"putnam valley" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"I'm very much spiraling. You know that because it took us. What twenty minutes to actually record not doing great. But there's a light at the end of the tunnel. And i'm going like to it. Yes yeah you can come up by where i live. There's a ton of great hiking around here and then we can just show off our dyke energy and our new shoes for all of the hudson valley. All about it. The hudson valley. It's called the hudson something. Is it central hudson. What's the i dunno. You know what town looks. Nice and listen or dana mentioned. I believe on our less patriot. Hang it's called something on hudson. The first stops on metal coming up. Yeah what's the deal with that place. I want to also. That's on the bucket list. Though i know nothing i always go past it. Going house. sit in putnam valley but it looks. Nice yeah i live right by bear mountain which is funny because cecilia. One time one of our like early you know. Sometimes you have a fight and you're like where did this come from. And why is this a fight and it's just usually something else being projected into whatever's being talked about and cecilia. And i once got in a fight over. She wanted to go to bear mountain to hike and it had to be like that weekend that she brought it up. I'm like i already have stuff going on. I can't just drop everything on a bear mountain. That's like a whole ordeal. We have to get metro north things so it was like no and then she was like you never wanna leave the city. And i'm like what are you talking about and it just got into this like weird fight about how i just because i didn't want to go to bear mountain that weekend a now. We live by bear mountains. I'm like are you happy. She's fine then let's move. They're happy wife. happy life. sure.
"putnam valley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And guys your phone calls a girl still coming in, and I'm going to try to find out from Let's talk to Jack from Putnam Valley. Hi, Jack. Welcome to WNBC. Hello. Good morning. I feel like I've known you for many years because I was a good friend of the people that built the summit and white Plains. Yes, Yes. How are you, Jack? And also my relative. Our was one of your senior investigators for years. Yes, we don't know. We do not know what to do. We're so frustrated 75 million of us. We have no way to line up our ducks and I'm looking for a list of the violations with the voter fraud, But I cannot find a written list of them. I don't know what to do. And where to go well lined up my ducks. Well, I think that the person who has the most information on that, of course, is Rudy Giuliani. You show was just on Before mine on what we can do is we can get back to you. My producer pick up We can get you some of the analysis of some of the litigation, the allegations and some of the evidence, But I'd be happy to do that. And a lot of people are frustrated. Jack. I must tell you, it is a very frustrating time. Ah, lot of Republicans don't know where to go. What to do, Whose leader On one thing. I can tell people to be comfortable where there's the fact that you know, America has gone through. Lot over the 200 more than 200 years on, we will survive. We will thrive. This is a real bump in the road, though. This is a shocking bump in the road. And my fear mostly is for the First Amendment. I don't know nothing can be done right now regarding the election, But in the end, I think Americans have to start separating what they believe what they don't believe. And if big tech takes away our ability to get that information And then we're in really big trouble. So, Jack, Thanks for calling. I'm gonna have my producer pick up as soon as we finish. Dave from Oman, Nebraska, Nebraska. Hi, Dave. Welcome to W N BC Guess we lost Nebraska Maria from the Bronx. Welcome to W A. B. C. How are you? Judge Janine? I just want you to know that I watch you every Saturday night. Thank you. And I love your show. I love the way you dress and I love what you said. That being said. Why is it that Democrats get away with everything was nothing done with impeachment? That was nothing done for for the collusion, The Muller everything. Everything. They tried to hit this president with from day one. They tortured this poor man. He couldn't enjoy his presidency. And we the 75 Million people who voted for him cannot enjoy it either. Because we were always on edge. They were always trying to get him. Gotcha. Gotcha! Gotcha. Yeah, And I don't understand why they get away with it so well given Maria the question? Yep. Go ahead. I'm just trying to say that Republicans they do one thing wrong and they get crucified. I think Republicans a week we people say Oh, you you trump supporters and just like Trump, No President Trump is like he knows He's one of us. And that's why he won 75 million people on this. Maria. I can't I can't agree with you more. And you know the question is, you know why is it that you know the Democrats are never held to account, but the Republicans are And I think that the last four years have made it eminently clear that there was no one who was going to go after the corruption and the FBI with Crossfire Hurricane. The report was not just a report off the Senate Committee, the Senate Judiciary Committee headed by Lindsey Graham, but the declassification of those documents. Ah indicated that you know there was no probable cause there was no opportunity or there was no reason to try to spy on Carter Page to then get a bird's eye view of what was going on in the Trump campaign. They used a comic book make Believe, uh, dossier to give to a court so that that court could issue a warrant, And then they re upped it three times based on nothing. This is frustrating for all Americans. This is frustrating when we realize that anything we do we're gonna be we're going to be held accountable for And you you could see it in the capital. What happened on January? 6? It is a scorched earth investigation right now where they're going after everyone involved. I didn't see that with the black lives matter Riots. I didn't see it when they burned down a federal building the courthouse in Portland, Oregon. I didn't see any of this law and order. But all of a sudden it's all about hate right now, and it's a real sad commentary of America and what's going on in this country, So thank you for the question, But it is a frustration for all of us. And I just want you to know that tunnel to Towers Foundation has been supporting America's front line heroes since 9 11 with so many people lost their lives while saving others, and this year is the foundation's 20th year of honoring and supporting our nation's greatest heroes. And their families. Thanks the support of people like you. So what a first responder or military service.
"putnam valley" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Ah, secure location. So we weren't really sure what was happening at that point about 15. Minutes later, the Capitol police sergeant in arms came to the microphone and told us to reach for the gas masks underneath our seats, and at that point people were Getting concerned began. Not sure what exactly was happening. They told us just to be prepared to perhaps lay under the bench is on their way to keep us informed just to stay calm. So we were we were there and then, um, probably about another 10 minutes later. We were told to start filing towards one of the exits on they had evacuated us through some tunnels to be able Tonto go to a secure location where we remain for about seven hours or so until we could Returned to the floor to continue the discussion. You know, again, all the old the law enforcement entities, and then the national cars that were there did a great job too. Bring order and ensure that older members could be evacuated safely. But more than anything, it was a very sad day and still still very painful Torto know that this had happened. In that it should have never happened. Exactly right, Nicole. You're fighting the fight. We appreciate it, and you're doing a great job. And please keep fighting for us. Because, you know, I know what you have to go up against the tide of Ah, Nancy Pelosi, it and you, and we can't tell you how much we appreciate how proud we are of you to fight that fight, Nicole. God bless and keep us posted. If you'd be so kind and You know, we know we're not going anywhere and we appreciate you being down there for us. Nicole O'Malley attack us. Well, I I appreciate it. They continue to vote for integrity in our election system and make sure that the concerns are addressed through proper legislation that we intend to bring forward in the near future. Thank you very much. Thank you, Congresswoman. Thank you, Congresswoman Nicole O'Malley Attackers Joe Piscopo on the radio 10 minutes before eight o'clock, 7 50 right now on a m 9 70 dancer Debbie, do him is out there. Chicken out Traffic. Good morning, Debbie. Thank you, Barney. Joe. Thank you so much. And let's see what's happening. Is he? We take a ride over to the Throgs Neck Bridge. You're slowing down at the throw Exact bridge getting into Queens. Traffic is also moving slowly at the Whitestone Bridge Whitestone Bridge into queens for getting reports of an accident there. Watch out for some stop and go traffic at the edge. Koch 59th Street Bridge. Lower level. It's a disabled. The bus and traffic is moving slowly on the Taconic south at Peekskill Hollow Road and Putnam Valley with an accident. Sylvian cleared problems Continue on 80 East Exit four out through Knowlton. It's an accident involving a tractor trailer. The right lane remains blocked. Garden State Parkway north at 1 45 collision blocking one laying there in the South found Garden State Parkway. Tick said 1 30. An accident that's over in the right lane. Alternate side parking it affect you now know where not to go. I'm Debbie. Do him with Joe Piscopo am night 70 the answer. Hey, Joe, the radio. Thanks, Dad. But tell me about route 22. Toyota that state of the art Service Center. You want to go there? You know, Alex can't sell the entire team. I tell you this every morning, staying safe wearing masks, socially distancing, fogging vehicles. How great is that? You know you don't have to deal with them is when you go to route 22 Toyota and you get these incredible deals that 0% a p r. Financing up to 16 months. How about 0% interest up to five years Will you please call 8556 to 1 99 49 8556 to 1 99 49 You know, you'll get it. You'll get the test drive a brand new Toyota, and then you could make a deal for qualified buyers with 0% interest. How about this zero down leases? How cool is that? That's the smart way to buy and you will not have to deal with dummies at route 22 Toyota, Check out the state of the art Service Center. Check out this magnificent show room. I'm telling you. You feel good? Just go call 8556 to 1. 99 49, please. Are you going to say is Joey said me you all you got to say that we bang right on it route 22 Toyota, You're gonna love him the right there on route 22 western Hillside, New Jersey or red route. 22 Toyota dot com Tune into the Joe Piscopo show every Thursday morning at 8 40 for the tunnel to Towers Hero Spotlight segment focusing on the story of a patriot in their family who's been recognized and supported by the tunnel to Towers Foundation. Hell Tunnel to towers to do Good. Donate $11 a month AT t t t dot ord. Liberty Mutual insurance Company presents on.
"putnam valley" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Lower Manhattan Yesterday. Shoplifter was eventually caught on Mercer Street by other officers. Police have found the man who live stream his climb on the 59th Street bridge. On Thursday, the 18 year old found a construction ladder on the bridge and used it to get to a support tower. Santa Claus will not be greeting shoppers at Macy's this Christmas. The pandemic has such a tradition in Herald Square going back 160 years. You now know what's going on. I'm Tom on am 9 70 the answer. Now here's Debbie do him with the traffic. Let's see what's happening right now. Thomas your head to the Southern State Parkway, the Southern State Parkway heading eastbound at Grandad getting out yourself. Hempstead, a collision Meadowbrook north out of the southern state. A collision there as well. Traffic is moving pretty slowly for you as you head over to the Bruckner westbound slowing down by the Hunts point average, and the eastbound wanted still really busy up and out toward the prospect, Westbound belt. Slowing down by Kennedy Airport as well. Expect some stop and go traffic as you had 2 to 80 East. Exit one out your Parsippany with a disabled vehicle and we're still seeing delays. I want tonight South, getting down to our Grand Street and Elizabeth repairs after an overnight accident. They're doing some type of the electrical repairs heading through that area and on the Taconic sound that putting street in Putnam Valley. An accident and a disabled vehicle. Checking the forecast. We'll see some clouds later today High in the upper sixties. You now know where nuts ago. I'm Debbie. Do him with Joe Piscopo. Am 9 70 The answer A Thank you, Debbie. Great job is always Michael's of Brooklyn. You know, it's closed the dining portion for awhile, but they are open to take out. Dinner. Okay. Michaels is takeout on Lee. Alright, Believe me, we're working around all the crazy laws and regulations of a New York state at Avenue are no surgeon in Brooklyn and and in the true spirit of Michael's of Brooklyn. They are available. You could pick the sauce up there number one number do you could get take out and the cosine.
"putnam valley" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"87797 29 99 20 minutes after a seven o'clock, Debbie do havens here and our condolences to altitude. His mom passed last night. He was very upset taking a couple of days and we wish you all the very best in and may his mom on a rest in peace as she was a character, she you know, you know, they'll be telling stories about you know his mom and grandma for many, many years to come, but ours, Of course, you know, he's a tough guy, but he was he was upset when I talked to him yesterday as al, What do you need Anything, you know, house like he's hanging it So we wish him all the very best. And that's what he'll take a couple days off. And Debbie, you know, I just wish your prayers for big out, Chris. We're being honest. Yeah, yeah, He said he tweeted out a really nice picture of his mama in a picture with Ah, you know him with his mom and just nice pictures and you could see the love, you know? Yeah. You know what big abig out big with a big heart? Just telling some for anybody. Deb's got that traffic for you right now. I am 9 70 Stephen Moore coming up on a m 9 70 the answer dot com. Thank you, Debbie. Thank you, Joe. Yep. Sending lots of love and prayers to our special Alka too low. Let's see what's happening right now, As we head out to the Galanis Joe, it's really busy getting Oppa now tore the prospect. Traffic is moving slowly on the Harlem River drives out down toward the R F K bridge. We're still seeing pockets of volume on the US through Woodhaven Boulevard getting out toward the Queens Midtown Tunnel. Meadow Brook is busy North America at the southern state with a collision Deer Park Avenue south at half Hollow Road into Dix Hills. Watch out for a disabled truck as well. If you're going to be taking it to the inbound G W V. Lincoln of the Holland all very light this morning watch for some slowdowns. 46 the ramp to Teaneck rode into rich Fields Park. It's a broken water main and one in nine Heading south on Grand Street in Elizabeth. It's of ongoing activity after an overnight accident there looks like cruise they're still at the scene. Taconic South bound putting street in Putnam Valley Accident calls.
"putnam valley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And even more important than the parents of the grand parents. We always know are the Children. So who's standing in the way of getting the Children back in the classroom? Wow. The American Federation of Teachers led by Randy One Garden, who used to be head of the UFC Union of failed, teaches in New York City. Sell the Peter principle. They elevated her kicked her upstairs. Now she's in charge of the National Union of Teachers, and she saying now A lot of our teachers. We're not coming back into the classroom. It's unsafe. Read it again. It's unsafe. But what do we call them? What were the workers? How do we describe them? Essential workers when the lock down occurred, but the M T a workers they had to go to work. Mostly men and women of color, many of whom died got seriously sick. The firefighters, CME T s They had to go to work because they were considered essential workers. Many of them got sick. Many of them died. No. Yeah, That's right. The cops the cops. Remember the cops? You know when they were good? You know, when we applauded damaged, essential workers before the lock down, many of them got sick. Many die. And then the nurses and the doctors who are in the front lines every night. It still hear the pots and pans, the applause people. Ah, sitting outside of their windows sales, cheering them on. First responders, the essential workers. Oh, they had to go to work because if they didn't go to work, the hospital system would have collapsed. The nurses the orderly see AIDS, the people preparing the food, the medication and especially the doctors. Now, how is it that all of those people are essential workers? And now that the pandemic has lessened in our area substantially We have teachers who were claiming they're not going to return to the classroom because they're endangered. And it's not judge said the elementary school level junior high school level high school level. It's at the university level at the university level. Average age of a teacher and and young professor professor is 50. And there moaning and groaning and saying No, no, no, no, We don't want to come into the classroom, even if it's just once or twice a week. We would much rather do this virtually yet. We still want to charge the same rates. That's right. The pig colleges in university still want to charge the same tuition. Even though they're telling your kids you should sit at home. You should do you work on your laptop? You should consider Maybe maybe 2021. You can return to the campus, if not early in the year late in the year, And more importantly, keep paying your tuition. Hey. Parents out Dickie taking out those loans. Keep working Those jobs if you can find employment, and kids keep getting new student loans because we're not lessening the tuition rate. You believe this? The teachers who should be considered essential workers, right? Isn't the whole point getting our kids and education. They are the ones resisting this plan to get the kids back into the classroom. I would love to hear from some of you who are teaching. Oh, that's right. It's summer break. I forgot. You have like 2.5 month paid for vacation over the summer under normal circumstances, and even during the panda, and I'd like to hear from all of you why it's so dangerous for you to return to the classroom. But it was all right for the subway conductors, the modem in the bus drivers, the maintenance people of the M T. A. Who maybe don't have your pedigree who maybe don't have a master's degree. In many instances may have been high school dropouts who was OK that they had to go to work in the midst of the pandemic. They were essential workers and are cops and our firefighters. And our garbage man and yes, on nurses and order, lease and doctors. All of them were essential workers. But now that the pandemic has waned in our area, you're too frightened to come into school will quit. Take your pension, quit and go into retirement. I know it's 1 808 for a W A. B C that's 1 808 for 89222 Let's go. Teo Kevin, who's calling from Suffolk County, welcome the Kurdish solo today. Here at WNBC kept Hey, girls, great talking to you guys yet. So I remember when, when President Reagan had a problem with the air traffic controllers when they wanted to strike and they wouldn't go to work. He basically told them either Go back to work with you fired. You even went further. Remember, he took the president of the traffic Controllers Union. I might add a white collar union where the men and women get paid. Ah, lot of Scott. Oh, hey, took him out in chains and shackles. You know, he arrested him. And then to control of the air traffic controls with what the Air traffic control union said was scab workers. Do you remember that, Kevin? I remember quite well cause I have a union worker on way have break out back for what we get paid, but You know, I think at this point in the teacher's wanna keep working, keep acting in the same manner. Maybe President Trump should take a page from President Reagan. Well, you know, let's see how the individual teaches react, many of them a very passionate about their careers. Many of them really care about the welfare of their students in the next half hour. I'm going to talk to you how ridiculous The city program has been in the public school system to educate the kids who have been out of school because they've been in lock down at home. I know I have three sons, Anthony 16 Cardi, 12. And Hunter, eight. Now describe for you. Yes, Caesar Children of white privilege and they go to the better schools, public schools. But I am going to explain to you how dismal the education has been for them while they're at home on laptop computers. Imagine how bad it is for the porn impoverish kids who already had a difficult time in the classroom. When you had a teacher in charge when you had other characters in the classroom, who are making it absolutely impossible for the teacher. To provide that child with an education. And yet they want to make a scene like you could virtually teach. Of Hearst. Greater second grade or third grade. Fourth grade of fifth graders. Sixth grader such nonsense 1 808 for a W A B. C. Let's go to Pete, who's Ah, teachers at correct in the Bronx. That is correct. How are you? Now? Where do you live? Feed? I live in Putnam Valley. I don't bronze teaches often as I can know. You live way up, Dan Putnam County. How come you don't live in the Bronx speed? I did for many years as I could take it. I I You know, the only reason I'm busting your stones about that is, as you know, teachers could live in Connecticut and come teach in the New York City public school system. But they want to force cops to have to live in the neighborhoods within the five boroughs and the city of New York. And I just scratched my head and say, whether you're a teacher here or whether you're a copper of firefighter. How can you afford to live in the five boroughs of the city of New York? Never mind all the toting, dope sucking, psychopathic killing machines who was shooting everybody at will a ble Absolutely a card. If I wanted one point to come out strongly, why don't you make a call out to a retired teachers? There are a lot of us are so dedicated Kids. You can't learn from a computer. I mean, it's impossible. And I say, Let's make a call out to all rehired. Teachers come in, They'll accept you and substitute their more dedicated than the teachers that are there now. Number one point number two The system is so I live inside every hand that that I get is a democratic hand out both POTUS and don't vote for Republican on any at any cost. Ludicrous. Absolutely. No decree. Well, you know what Pete, first and foremost is because of charter schools charter schools, which had been established by I'm pregnant. Primarily in inner city neighborhoods and have given Children of color. Black and brown Children an opportunity to succeed. Where is the public school system has failed them because they're forced to go to a local schools had a gang infested that had poor educational standards and who said that he hated charter schools. A direct quote. Comrade building blocks sealed a part time maid the dope from parts of hated the charters schools. We're getting results..
"putnam valley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Amazon or American phenomenon it's happening all across the globe I mean it is amazing I was watching this morning protests in Rome protests in Spain SO across the globe and people are saying enough is enough and it is it is I know it is enough business report over and over and over again bring reforms to the criminal justice system bring reforms to policing we've seen the same situation happen twenty thirty forty times how many times you have to see the same situation before you want and we're going to work in the state of New York transparency of disciplinary records for police officers with the clover repeal of fifty eight which by the way what fifty eight says is the records of police officers will no longer be exempt from disclosure so the records of police officers will be like every other public employees right they'll be like teachers they'll be like CSEA employees at the C. thirty seven employees in New York City their records will be available and if people made complaints about them they will be in the record and they will be released New York governor Andrew Cuomo banjo Coles we were through with Eric garner I mean how many times but passed a law that says that the attorney general's special prosecutor five years ago I did an executive order that said the Attorney General should investigate cases where police killing on on on person white because a local district attorney and I have tremendous respect for the district attorneys I was an assistant district attorney in Manhattan but a district attorney works with our police force day in and day out how do you expect the public to think that the local district attorney as an arbiter is going to be unbiased Attorney General statewide elected official who can do the investigation of police misconduct and give the people of the state confidence that it's a fair investigation and obtaining a fourth race based nine eleven reports we work with the legislature over the weekend I think we have an agreement on the bills are going to be introduced if they pass the bills that we've discussed I will sign the bills and I will sign them as soon as their past I want to thank both of them for their leadership this is a difficult time people are angry people are angry on multiple issues and feelings are intense on multiple issues so in the midst of it you have to find out what's right rather than just what's politically expedient I'm gonna praise the Senate leader in the assembly leader the speaker for their leadership and I hope we have a good productive week this week but this is not about what an individual state can do it's actually broader than that New York state we'll take this legislative action and I hope it then becomes a model for other states to follow we've done that New York a number of times we did with marriage equality we did with free college tuition and we did it with raising the minimum wage New York acts and then it it it provides a spur for progressive action by the rest of the country but this is also bigger than what states can do what this protest really is about is systemic racism and systemic injustice and systemic inequality yes when it comes to policing but frankly it's worse than just police it's the fundamental institutions in our society that systematize discrimination is the fact that we have to education systems one for the rich and one for the poor and poor children receive a different education than rich children because there's a gross funding disparities it's the lack of affordable housing agenda where the federal government just doesn't provide affordable housing anymore please provide section eight vouchers is to provide with school project based section eight vouchers so you could build they used to build public housing that's all stopped that's awesome is the health care system what we saw with covert that you have in a quality in the healthcare system and the neighborhoods with the cold would ravage our the neighborhood neighborhoods that had last health care to begin with that's not a coincidence Zacks that's the fundamental because of the injustice and that's what we should be in a dressing along with policing issues and there was a moment to do this is a global moment distort always certainly a national moment for that change corporate diem property momentum sees the moment is a moment change comes in a moment when did we pass gun safety right after sandy hook why because people said enough is enough people saying enough is enough again seized the moment and the systemic injustice inequality education health care housing policing criminal justice re opening of New York City we did it all based on data and facts there was no political ideology at work here we're talking about a virus the virus doesn't do Democrat Republican doesn't do liberal conservative it's based on facts and we have followed the facts you look at where we are now with our testing results on Sunday we did fifty thousand tests across the state one point two percent positive the lowest level in the state since March sixteenth that's a fact over the past past few days fifty eight thousand tests we did on Sunday one point two percent statewide Saturday sixty thousand test one point three Friday seventy seven thousand has one point for Thursday sixty six thousand tests why we re opening because these numbers say we can so gas is no ideology based on the numbers we can reopen we are doing more tests than any state in the United States we're doing more tests than any country on the globe per capita that's why I have confidence I think the nineteen million people we can do this based on yesterday fifty eight thousand tests that is a lot of tests that is a large table and I feel confident making a decision on these numbers now your governor Andrew Cuomo we can change the numbers just like we change the numbers the first time and reduce them new Yorkers get sloppy you can see those numbers go back up was it purely a function of behavior you tell me what new Yorkers do today I'll tell you that number tomorrow and we literally study it on a day to day basis if you look at yesterday's numbers just yesterday across the state New York City nine weeks ago fifty nine percent with testing positive four weeks ago ten percent were testing positive two weeks ago four percent were testing positive yesterday to percent just yesterday and you see the other numbers for the other reaches mid Hudson one percent Long Island one percent western New York to percent capital region one percent that's how we're making decisions Westchester Rockland Putnam valley will interface to tomorrow Long Island is on track to interface to one Wednesday what is phase one re opening meaning it means companies businesses can reopen pursuant to specific guidelines this is not reckless re opening we know what happens when that is done this is by the guidelines construction manufacturing wear masks no congregate meetings on in terms of businesses curbside pickup how curbside pickups happen instill in store pick up only of curbside is not practical and that has to be with pre arranged orders you're just going into the store to pick up an order Zacks because you can't do curbside that's all that is curbside obviously in New York city's a different phenomenon the curbside in other markets with less traffic but that's what store shopping is these guidelines work they have been enacted in every other region in the state those other regions have entered phase one follow these guidelines and there has been no spike we know that it works if it's followed so the same guidelines apply to New York City and if we follow those guidelines in New York City they should not be a spike just like there hasn't been a spike of course the rest of the state we're also going to keep a special eye on New York City to see what happens with the thirty five thousand tests per day in New York City take a snapshot every day if you see any increase in the infection rate then react immediately and thirty five tests thirty four thousand has birthdate is a healthy snapshot healthy sample and then watch it literally every day and calibrate what you're doing again I'm asking what the protesters to please get past that is a new question that has been dropped into the mix we had all these at home measures and then we had thousands of people show up for protests did I didn't did that affect the spread of the virus we don't know we don't know so I'm asking the protesters please go get a test is free it's available but there is a chance that you were in proximity to people again we've gone through this what they call a super spreader one person in a crowd of one hundred people can in fact dozens we've seen so please we have fifteen testing sites in the New York City area data prioritize just for protesters we're also focusing on the hot spot neighborhoods in New York these are zip codes where we know there's a much higher infection rate than other parts of the city and its dramatically high overall the infection rate New York city's about nineteen percent some of these communities are over fifty percent so we're targeting these hot spots more testing more treatment in these hot spots and more awareness this is a re AFC's ground radio programming from Monday WCS be accomplished we're also setting up additional testing thank you very much Northwell health and so most community care more testing sites in those zip code areas for people in those zip codes to get tested so two hundred and forty testing sites alone in New York City so you can get a test it doesn't cost anything and they're two hundred and forty sites available so there's no reason not to do it there's a website where you can go to the website punch in your address find the availability coal and started up I'm asking the protesters to get tested and take as a precaution act as if you have been exposed you may want to tell people that who you're interacting with stay away from people who are in a vulnerable population until you take a test and you know that you're not infected people in those zip codes where you have that high infection rate get tested get tested and that's all on that website so as we're working through this we're going to extend the deadline for filing property taxes tax abatements by ninety days to give small businesses some assistance we're gonna restart elective surgery and ambulatory care New York City the MPA is re opening Roma Tory asked me on an interview well how do you know the subway is going to be safe on re opening day I said because it wasn't safe I wouldn't ask anyone to go on the subway I make these decisions and for me it's very simple I just I just assume I'm making the decision for myself and for my children and I said to Roma if the subway isn't safe for me then I would ask anyone else to go on the subway and today took a ride on the sevens right the MTA has done phenomenal work you know I'm I'm old enough to remember the bad old days in New York City and when we talk about how dirty the cars were and the garbage I was in the subway cars and the stench frankly that was in the subway cars this simply cars are cleaner than they have ever been in my lifetime I mean they have to disinfect the subway cars just think about I mean it's almost a bizarre tax right we're going to disinfect a subway car so many years they couldn't figure out how to get the newspapers in the coffee cups out of the subway car now the disinfecting and they are disinfecting the cars and the stations New York governor Andrew Cuomo on C. span radio W. C. S. P. F. M. Washington they've done thirty thousand station cleaning disinfection five hundred thousand subway car cleaning disinfection and they've applied anti.
"putnam valley" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Recommend not calling me you know Philly go I could tell you stories and I well we're alone everybody what I don't know I think dear the the the the I get give notes of Miranda Susie's around it but that you have now that that is Debbie doing this is the real deal rated that we love Suzie by physically she's a lot of fun a lot of Debbie's had to make that six fifty well would there be other wrote that a about seventy the answer Susie was here on our first thing Monday I thought was really cool let's see what's happening right now Joe on the Taconic south of Peekskill hollow road into Putnam valley watch for an accident it's busy over on the New England Thruway southbound getting after port Chester with construction going on in them GWB Lincoln in the Holland all thirty twenty one south of route three and accidents twenty three south and Evan Butler an accident there the New Jersey Turnpike the truck planes north at thirteen a collision up through Elisabeth we're still seeing delays this morning's yet to the east bound one is up through the prospects because of earlier problems and a lot of stop and go traffic on the westbound self by cross bay Boulevard the collision there when center parkway west of the forty a disabled vehicle and traffic is moving so only for you as you head to the Bronx river parkway south at Alberton Evan to the price for the collision there as well you now know where not to go I'm Debbie do hamlet Joe Piscopo AM nine seventy the answer wow have we got a show for you.
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"On a shooting in a Bronx tobacco shop was left one person dead another injured the bullets flew around eleven last night in the store on east a hundred and sixty seven street in the Melrose section the NYPD says the twenty three year old man shot dead took a bullet to the head police have made no arrests and have no motive yet for the gunfire governor Cuomo apparently did consider twenty twenty White House run afterall Newsday reports that close in discussions as late as this fall about mounting a presidential campaign the paper reports the quote was waiting to see how former vice president Joe Biden would fare in the polls and on the ground in the early primary states before making a final decision Cuomo reportedly opted out when he saw blood was holding his own in most major polling in New Jersey state police have issued a silver alert for seventy eight year old man went missing on his way to Newark airport police to the senior may have become disoriented as he was driving a twenty sixteen silver Ford fusion the car as a New Jersey license plate with the numbers see eight two dash J. T. Z. authorities big paying them and cellphone showed he was in Middletown the missing man of black five foot seven about a hundred and forty pounds with white hair and brown eyes he may have been wearing a giants cap in sports next week by the seventy six is one oh nine one oh four that's a back in the win column after beating the Charlotte Hornets won a one to ninety one Rangers over the capitals four to one and as you heard here on a M. nine seventy the answer last night Saint John's dropping Columbia eighty two to sixty three stuck in traffic W. Ames got the answer I can morning out thanks a lot over on the Taconic southbound of Peekskill hollow road of Putnam valley it's an accident there it's busy on the New England Thruway south and exit fifteen in new Rochelle with an accident and then bumper to bumper on the New England Thruway self that getting down for co op city and it tore the Hutch because of earlier construction it's pretty solid on the south the west side highway down through one hundred and fifty eight street with an accident over the Grand Central parkway lasted one hundred and eighty eight the collision and the Jackie Robinson that's busy is at ease that right out for myrtle lab with an accident being clear three forty seven is south of highway east found and a hop pop watch for a crash there in down G. WBE twenty five Lincoln tunnel thirty.
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"People want them believable and so then penholder goes the whole thing that the Attorney General is involved in is highly unusual or a man to hold the goes on to say hold their ordering an investigation of our intelligence and law enforcement agencies when there was already an investigation under way by the inspector general excuse me can you say what about what about fast and furious. Ferguson. here is a member there the nearly two thousand firearms were legally purchased from one point five million dollars right and the holder I'm just a guns were later recovered in the United States and Mexico in twenty ten to the weapons link to fast and furious turned up near the scene of the murder of border patrol agent Brian Terry rest his soul in the Arizona desert you knew that right you knew that right whistle blowing let investigations by the Senate Judiciary Committee at the house oversight this is under Attorney General Eric holder and they're quoting this man the quality is guy oh my gosh so just be careful what you see be careful what everybody is saying because I have to tell you. just gonna put anything out there to tear down as president and like he's he said to me that something hello some of the language was a little upsetting that came from refused to leave you know some of the languages that but but the fact of the matter is that it's an impeachment for nothing just trying to get power back that's all this is so please be careful and is more that I'll tell you about to that I just I just am amazed when I read it and and and about the impeachment process it's wrong it's just just plain wrong Hey but the good news is it's a beautiful day today you have a ninety degree day a I absolutely love it and I'm very and I think I think I may have on work too much on my knees I know I know I can feel it hi can view where the surgery was no pain just a little bit of sensitivity when I step on it so I am hoping to got it because I I really really just hit the ground running at literally from the operating table went to Frank's reading I didn't get the prize winning but I did go to the way walking around and then we with the title to thousands of two much but enough you know that night so I'll let you know I may be back on the operating table before you about all the the all the bass Hey at twenty minutes after six o'clock they believe that they're looking at we traffic wise and on this beautiful beautiful day and that Debbie good morning a doing this morning good morning so the knee is like a little bit. okay. a lateral move without I'm trying to feel that doing that yeah well I can't do a lateral move you know what I mean Hey by the way and I'm with you but I but I I you know I got and I got a month by the time we get a check up with you and I will be in Italy walking you know the hill about a lead actor miles a day. late checking everything out right. so I don't know I'm afraid to go back to that because they are you looking at wheelchair we have a what we wanted. even though Kim. yeah how you doing this morning on this beautiful they've got a beautiful summer day today I'm Lovin this I'm sorry yeah me too I'll take it any time. and that that the traffic for your right at twenty at the six o'clock on the MH seventy the answer I get morning Joe let's take it out to the southbound through a starting to build thirteen down for eleven in toward the Tappan Zee bridge heading up to the Putnam valley Peekskill hollow road at Tinker hill road looks like you have a gas bill over there so definitely want to steer clear of that one let's go over to the end outside of the G. W. B. that's ten Lincoln fifteen holiday about twenty if you're heading to the New Jersey Turnpike westerns first self as you get down past fifteen name watch out for assault vehicle and traffic is moving slowly as you head over to the east bound VQA up toward the battery tunnel it's pretty busy on the Grand Central parkway west getting out toward the area of the R. F. K. bridging the alike the westbound pretty solid getting right out toward main street in queens cross Bronx westbound that's moving slowly out toward Third Avenue and on the southern state parkway west to getting out past the Meadowbrook road watch for our collision there.
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"All right thanks bye all right. seventy seven W. ABC well speaking of S. O.'s and the like John legend can't stand him he's a real creep and he hit his wife Chrissy T. you know the overrated quote unquote supermodel. there in the news the president had them in his well grocers it is it is it is grocers but it started off with an interview that to John legend was doing with Lester Holt on NBC and they were talking about criminal justice reform and this is part of what he said what can people do if I wanna help affect change the criminal justice for part of it is to become informed voters and to become voters that think about criminal justice as an issue that they can affect so laws are set by a lot of state legislatures and governors and so be aware of what your legislators and your governors are doing your state also be aware of what's happening with district attorney elections very under rated aspect of this is how much discretion a district attorney has in your community for what the charge who to charge and and how much it punishment to go for because a lot of times they set the terms and the judge just kind of agrees to it but a prosecutor has a lot of discretion as to how they want to be and that's right the everything is going in the direction of letting the criminals alf Eric Gonzalez is a perfect example as a matter of fact over the weekend yeah I just as an aside this man who killed and raped a girl well I guess it was thirty years ago he actually got twenty five to life and they let it and and by the way he was also suspected of dousing the eyes out of and killing another woman but they didn't charge him with that anyway they let him out of the twenty five years so so that was about five years ago yep they just rearrested him over the weekend for killing and raping another woman and we also went when I have an argument with the likes of a Joe talk or anybody about the death penalty that's the reason why not only is it justice even if it does it's not a deterrent but these guys can get out they've gotten out yet the guy up in the Putnam valley and what's the name of the town river river one where he. raped and murdered her right he better start with his friend best over the head with a brick and then in molested her then he went to molester and she started moving so we picked it took out a knife and stabbed her to death like twenty times twenty times anyway the parole New York state parole board that there and freedoms brother Andrew appointed saw fit to parole this guy so that's why you want the death penalty because you want to avoid anything like that because these people are still dead they still have been raped and all that it's our it's in or whatever so anyway that was John legend on criminal justice reform there a lot of people who when they were young did bad things in it you know that they they just a bad things criminally got a lot of time maybe too much time and they deserve to be let out well some of them yes like for example president Donald Trump maybe John what you should do is homework because all he is one of the guys that I mentioned on this program all the time is right there with Bette Midler and Bobby Streisand Alyssa Milano with all the haters he may be the very top of the list and it's worse with John legend because he's an African American man that he should know that African Americans at least in the work force in terms of salaries and job opportunities it's never been better but this moron doesn't stop with the hate so he's really worried about people serving time for for for crimes that don't deserve a lot of punishment he should talk about I was Johnson will last I checked was pardoned by president Donald Trump Alice Johnson and about three thousand.
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"Not go short pants and not just short just a short short pants two and his answers short I've always call them sure pants there's so much wrong with using the really is folks you hear the piling on that goes on constantly around though short pants shorts they call them in England or someplace I always call dark pants I'm sorry because there are many people out there are saying the same thing for pants all right well care though done just shorts eliminated were told the Wall I will all right at least all of our big three this morning terrible terrible tragedy Kip's bay condominium a guy was in the elevator the elevator came down the lobby as he was starting to get out the elevator dropped out of the basement and he was crushed between the elevator in the wall awful story the other elevator was out of service do you think about that stuff when you get in the elevator well as I said earlier the only time I ever think about is I remember this movie as a kid called the towering inferno remember that movie yeah sure now that they're the big high rise in France is going to catches on fire there is a scene where people are in the elevator and the cord breaks and the elevator goes crashing down they'll die sometimes when I'm in a tall tall building I remember that scene from on the towering inferno yeah what would you got I went to the top the World Trade Center recently I don't like being in the elevators and nothing else your Google fast you do yeah by the way fun fact you know who played the security guard in the towering inferno no OJ Simpson only when he was on his acting career also in the big three well this pizza parlor we've been talking about all week is re opening is open today they've agreed to settle their two hundred thousand dollar tax bill with the state so what you can go get your self a slice of five dollar pizza find out is a bit much for a slice well that's all from Italy and it probably takes a pretty good although Natalie has told us she has friends who have gone to this pizza parlor feral with its called and they say it's over rated I guess for five dollars you can expect a lot so well there's no atmosphere for sure it might be a really good two dollars fifty cents slice of pizza for five Bucks you're looking for a lot what is better atmosphere will hopper this pizza place well hot and I got a check out this will help the I never heard of it before every was dumped on me for not very I mean you live about ten minutes from it let's not hide around enough for him I like Sean Lee I don't have enough a hundred dollars an hour yeah it is great right now whenever I'm going to the opera at Lincoln center somebody else is usually pain also in the big three well is going to be a a slow down the police going to not make arrests was initially we had ed Mullen's on this morning now he's the head of the sergeants benevolent association and he said to us today that cops are still going to make arrests for the serious crimes but it's for the heavy ones anyone yes the Eric garner crime of selling Lucy's the cops are gonna not make those kind of arrest someone that leads to the did management of quality of life in the case of garner though it was the mayor who ordered the crackdown on the selling of Lucy's and it was that neighborhood that asked the city to come in turn back down on these quality of life crimes cornet Mullins police are not gonna risk their careers their pensions I have an arrest for real minor crimes that could go wrong the other thing that he said that was pretty shocking was that there was an offer on the table and there was an agreement the panel Lael might was gonna be fired but would keep his pension yeah and at the last minute they took the pension to do we gather probably figure no that would create too much of an uproar you know I'm not so sure that the case though if you don't have fired the guy at least give this pen Jr was an outrage simply because this the sergeant only got doc occasion pay they wanted her fire to it's these people are great Hey I Jennifer in Massapequa she's got some thoughts on this path I situation good morning to you Jennifer hi good morning fellows always always love your show you know exactly what you were just talking about a you know the poor officer Pantaleo he was he was a sacrificial lamb you knew even before the decision was made what the decision was going to be that they were not going to allow him to continue because that would have been riots in the streets but yeah at least let the poor guy keep this tension yeah but you can't govern Jennifer if you're worried about having rioting in the streets that's why I'm not I don't agree with the decision but I just knew that that's what the decision was going to be yeah I don't agree with that at all but you knew that that's what was going to be decided yeah I think it's down in this old mayor de Blasio was forecasting his position even before the decision was made yeah you know the blase one of that guy ruined all absolutely he he I think he was afraid of what was going to happen yeah all right thank you anyway have a really great weekend thank you take care yeah I know the blasier's little leading the charge against police he does not like police of last year all right because you're Cortez who Joe has a soft spot for my own bug eyed Bolshevik bartender I she's feisty alike feisty well she eyes ripping the electoral college she says it's a racist scam that favors mostly white and rural states at the expense of those states with large minority populations will listen the left hates the electoral college because it got down from black to what they want to do away with it you cannot do away with the electoral college the purpose of the electoral college is to make sure precisely that we don't have the tyranny of the majority you know if you live in Vermont if you live in the small states Rhode Island if you live in Montana where you know for people live you should have a say in who's going to govern the country you take away the electoral college in California and New York are going to elect our presidents and they're all going to be crazy left wing nut case and you know one the the candidates would campaign for that kind of vote you would never see a candidate and all right America no no old presidential can would care about corn ethanol no yeah yeah farmers forget about it no that's right they wouldn't care about you know I don't know chairlifts in Vermont yeah anything like that so I think it's a brilliant system it actually is the founding fathers were geniuses the way they and if this is what they were most concerned about I have you ever read Alexis de Tocqueville no if if you have ever heard of Alexis no he's the guy who coined the phrase the tyranny of the majority and he came he was French and he came to America during the colonial times after the founding fathers pass the constitution and he analyzed the American political system quite brilliantly in his book called democracy in America and he points out the brilliance of the electoral college because it guards against the tyranny of the majority sure you know if the majority always rules that minority rights and beliefs are going to be suppressed but the because you're Cortez's of the world the Democrats of the world they don't want world people worldwide people to have a say in how this country is governed and she called the electoral college racist yes yeah the it I mean is what she is suggesting is racist because it would be controlled you're right by the urban vote that's robin vote would dictate our representation oh my god can you imagine what this country will delight mansion yeah if if you have had this system in place now well I'm sure either well Bernie probably would have won yes what Hillary would one gallery with available on the popular vote I only get Republican get elected a Republican would not be elected and if you don't live in these big states no one will ever pay any attention to your concerns again you live out there in the the great west sparsely populated states South Dakota no one's no presidential candidate would ever gonna south says she's suggesting that this be a popular vote resident electoral vote this is what the left the progressive and I use that word dripping with sarcasm the progressive left wants to do away with the elect well one of the things they they are trying to do is some of the states is to have the electoral votes go to the person with most with that didn't wins this they completely yes but fortunately a federal court has undercut that federal court ruled on Tuesday the presidential electors in the electoral college have the absolute right to vote for presidential candidates of their choice is what these left wing states they want to they want to say okay electoral college you if your elector you have to vote with the popular vote so in other words you have to vote for Hillary Clinton you can't vote for Donald Trump you had to vote for Hillary Clinton which is another way of undermining the electoral college with a lot again I mean it it protects a seat it keeps us a fifty state country as opposed to what at least one comes to electing a president right well I mean the end the the animosity that these city left wingers have for basically let's say it white rural America the animosity these people have for the people who live in let's say deplorable land is Hillary Clinton told us is growing day by day day by day the contempt they have for people who live in Montana don't live here in the city is just really disgusting I think all right when we get back we got some entertainment news for you read the Franklin died without cashing some checks yeah I can't believe the amount and have some fun facts you didn't know about everybody's favorite show Sesame Street Bernie fighter with your W. O. R. traffic in Putnam valley on the Taconic south on before three OO one fresh along the right side of the road with a twenty minute so down in general the volume is pretty lights.
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"There and they live in a so much fun so excited that you're going to I'm so happy I can I think it's telling everybody that is traffic reports from well that would be great at the end of the traffic well that is at the look at apple yes seven fifty to any of my seventy the answer Joe looked to seventy and ninety five in Connecticut right now ninety five north at exit suit in Greenwich it's an accident two lanes blocked there so it's a tough ride it's been out there all morning so watch for delays in both directions causing delays at two eighty seven he's trying to get out her ninety five as well fair for slowdowns on the Taconic south of Bryant pond road in the Putnam valley an accident now off on the shoulder him down he W. the only five minutes in the family can fifteen Holland and it's kind of busy this morning on the New Jersey Turnpike and the truck please up with fourteen in Newark an accident was just clear but it's still very busy they're missing some volume as well garden state parkway north of the one thirty five watch for slowdowns as you head over to the east bound one is stop and go up past fort Hamilton parkway and it still stop and go on the Staten Island expressway westbound as you get out toward the area of low road two lanes blocked with an ongoing construction to deal with over there if your drive south solid right through the seventies you now know where not to go undefeated Hamed with campus the pro as a business owner have you ever forgotten to turn your security system on at night and then had to drive all the way back to check with smarter business security powered by alarm dot com you'll never have to again you can receive an alert if someone forgets to turn on the system at night and take care of it instantly with the alarm dot com.
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"Anita hill. Clarence Thomas hearings happened still criticized by many women for how he handled those hearings. Correspondent Terry Moran. Bridget Anne Kelly says she's been made a scapegoat for the lives of former Governor Chris Christie. She was sentenced to thirteen months in prison for bridge gate, but Kelly tells CBS this morning that Christie knew about the lane closures governor Christie to acknowledge that he's by doing what he has. Done which is not telling the truth has destroyed. My life Christie was such a micro manager. He knew everything is the real deal uncongested pricing. Governor Phil Murphy says there's an agreement to ensure New Jersey drivers don't have to pay twice Cuomo. And I came to a conceptual understanding that should congestion pricing move forward. It would do. So in a way that is fair to New Jersey. But the MTA says it doesn't know what Murphy's talking about. It says there's no deal to credit drivers. We'll pretty soon you won't be able to drive on fourteenth street. Private vehicles are being banned traveling on fourteenth street between thirty ninth avenue during L train construction unless you're buff starting in June private vehicles will practically be banned. Buff and truck traffic will travel in each direction on two middle lanes. Trucks and local traffic will use outer lanes for pick ups and drop off and to get to garages, but cars will have to turn right ASAP lift turns will be banned automated cameras will. We used to enforce the new rules and you get a sixty day grace period to figure it out Ellis Stockton Rosellini. Our news Civil Liberties Union threatening to sue Long Island, congressman Peter King over blocking people on Facebook. The group argues that kings Facebook page is a public form and blocking people violates the first amendment king. However says he's unsullied ground the accounts paid for by his campaign, and he uses Twitter for a special announcement ten three time for traffic. Check with Cindy, Weightman Keijo big mess onto eighty seven. It's rolled over tractor trailer a crossover from the southbound side into the northbound lanes and struck three other vehicles. So there are link lugers both ways GWP's late up to thirty minutes from the upper level all because of an accident on the cross Bronx eastbound writer and Jerome avenue. The left lane is out and we've got delays inbound at Holland up to twenty minutes, alternate side parking rules are suspended through Saturday for religious observances, southern state Parkway westbound it will would with a crash, and if you're taking a ride on the southbound two conic. By putting street and Putnam valley. In accident knocks out the left lane. This report is sponsored by compassion international. Right now, there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future. And no hope but you can bring hope when you become a compassion international sponsor, just text the word child eight three three nine three and sponsor child right now that you're W O R traffic. It's ten four just a moment. Wall Street, and the weather now is the time and wherever you are is the place the citadel makes it easy to earn your degree by offering master's degrees. Graduate.
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"New York, Sheldon, you're on WNYC. Where's the Ruka farms? It's located in Canada Hari New York for ninety west about forty miles west of Albany. Thank you for calling in. What would you like to add? Yes. I wanted to discuss the current legislation with, you know, recreational use on New York state, then I mean concern is like a lot of times. I'm just hearing this Barrett of about people of color, not being able to raise funds and have money to compete in the industry, and I think that's just entirely false. There's plenty of successful people of color that kick it involved in this industry, and you know, rival others in the industry, and you know, it should be up to us to reach down and help our own community. So you don't want the government that narrative is actually coming from. That's not the narrative that I expose what I explosives that. You cannot give all the licenses to someone who is outside of the community. You have to provide an opportunity for so many people who are in the community to have access to those license. I agree people colored some a lot of people have money. In fact, we will be. Successful. If we're able to bring the two billion dollar underground market above ground day to day one best to go to we're trying to reach better than mean. People don't have access to resources, but it does mean that they couldn't need to have some training some business training, they need maybe know, how to write a business plan. They even know how to get support in figuring out how to apply for the state's licenses. There are a number of ways that you can set up operations to assist people in moving themselves into legal business. That's what we're talking about. We're not suggesting that the government should set up opportunities to hand out money to people to start a business. That's the wrong narrative. And quite frankly, I take offense that whoever said it and so Commissioner title for Massachusetts. What would you add to this piece of the conversation given that in Massachusetts so far? The stat you cited was that of a hundred thirty eight licenses for marijuana related businesses. So far only three have gone to people of color. Well, it's twenty nine hundred and we need to have minority owned businesses women owned businesses. I don't own businesses and farmer owned businesses. That's just part of the strength in the vibrancy of the industry. But I would say also I completely agree with the majority leader in that one of the goals here is to take that vibrancy and innovation and resourcefulness that we see in disproportionately harm communities and add training as necessary. So that they can be successful. In other words to make it fair. If my parents was incarcerated for a drug offense. And you're a parent has a trust fund. Let's balance it out. So that if we have equal skills and ambition that it's fair to both of us in ocean port on WNYC. Hi, diane. Diane. We have you. Diane delay have your location. Right. Are you an ocean port New Jersey? I guess we don't have Diane. Let's try try one more time. Hi, Diane, man. Maybe we have you there. Hi did offer speakerphone if you would. Okay. So we can hear you. Well, pick up your set. And then everybody will be able to hear you. We're here. Diane give it a shot. All right. I don't know what the problem is. We'll try to get back to her. She going to apologize as well. We're in the middle of session and do a couple of votes on the floor that I personally need to go take. So I'm going away off. And thank you very much for the opportunity. Nice to hear your voice. Again tile. It's been awhile since we first minute. The first hearing New York hailed some years ago. So you all have a great day. And thank you for your conversation on this, very important topic. Thank you very much for being part of it. And let's go to our next caller as we continue with the Massachusetts marijuana control Commissioner Shalini title and see what we can learn I should say cannabis control commission and Kellyanne Putnam valley, New York WNYC. Hi, kelly. Hi, brian. Thanks for having me on. I'm so sorry that Senator people Stokes had to get off before my call someone by we do, you know, I I work for Sam New York. I'm a field organizer here in New York. And we're very concerned about what Hoyle man river do as negligible consequences of commercial legalisation. I think that needs to be taken much more seriously when you look at the data from other states about the negative consequences of commercialization. It's it's not negligible. So listeners know that acronym that used which is Sam that's smart approaches to marijuana right? And you're gonna meet Kevin tomorrow. I understand which is fantastic. And I and there's people up in buffalo who are trying to get with Senator people Stokes and try to educate her on on this matter, and we fully understand the need for decriminalization. And and that's what we support commercial legalisation is not going to give her what she wants. I think it's naive. And I think our guest from Massachusetts can support that in a way that there's big money behind this and to compete in that kind of industry requires loans and startup funds that minority communities don't necessarily have. But here's the other piece of this that we want to you know, kinda hammer home is that these communities. Also, you know have the most to lose when it comes in adding adding another addictive substance into the world. And you know, we'll Jones is is a wonderful person. To talk about it. I don't wanna turn this debate over legalization versus decriminalization. Which is in fact, exactly what we're going to have with your colleague on Friday. But but Kelly, I I appreciate your call. And and why if you're worried about the money behind the lobbyists for the big marijuana industry companies? Why would you not be as worried about the black market with you know, the violence in the black market from decriminalization? Right. Well, see, here's the thing is, you know, it doesn't it doesn't change the black market continues to thrive in states that have legalized. Okay. And there's reasons for that. So when you look at the data on what's what's happening in Oregon, Colorado and these other states on California and the black market. It's not good commercial legalisation is not fixing that problem. As a matter of fact, it's making it worse than we're gonna. Again, I'm going to leave it there. And we will pick that up and explore that further on Friday, we're when we're going to have debate and the green space, in fact between legalization advocate and decriminalization advocate on exactly the lines that Kelly Putnam valley was just calling about so Kelly. Thank you very much Commissioner, let me let me ask you for some background politically on the process of getting to legalization in Massachusetts. What New York and New Jersey? Might do which I don't know if it's been done anywhere before is actually have the legislatures pass a law, Massachusetts like the state out west had a referendum, right? Right. We had a referendum in two thousand sixteen. But then the legislature actually rewrote it the following summer creating the commission and strengthening many of the equity provisions I actually like to address one of the points from the previous call quickly. So the idea of adding another addictive substance is very disingenuous in Massachusetts baseline data shows that one in five adults use cannabis before legalization. I'm sure the statistics are similar in New York. We're not adding a substance the idea of regulating is to allow consumers to have tested product from a regulated store by do. Find it interesting. No matter how you feel about legalisation people tend to agree that we don't want to see an industry that's dominated by a few big exploitation of players. So I think that's something that we all have in common. We had the. The just finish that point or further that point a little bit. We had a guest last week who said he favors decriminalization as opposed to legalization because what he doesn't want is another legal industry like the alcohol industry pushing an addictive substance on people getting out there with advocating and saying use this use this use more of this use are one of this because that's going to create more harm than the current black market. But let it be decriminalised. So absolutely nobody wants to see another big alcohol. Nobody wants to see another big tobacco. That's why we have very strict advertising regulations inventory tracking testing regulations. The idea that the way to address that is through decriminalization and no regulation whatsoever. Is completely contradictory to the goal last question. And it's another social Justice question. How far has Massachusetts come on expunge mint or the ceiling of records of people who've had marijuana conviction in the past? So we do have expunge -ment for cannabis convictions. It's not automatic. But it's allowed the repetition. I recently wrote a recommendation of ten equity must have in any Bill, and I included automatic expunge, man. I think it needs to be done in the same lie at the same time as legalization. So that people with past convictions can move forward in their life without having held against them. My guest has been selene title Commissioner of the Massachusetts cannabis control commission, and we heard earlier from crystal peoples Stokes democratic majority leader of the New York state assembly. Thanks so much Commissioner for joining us. We we learned a lot from you today. And we'll see how much the experience of Massachusetts. So far can inform the debate still to come in new New York, New jersey. Thank you very much. Thank you for having me Brian Lehrer on WNYC. Emily Basilan next.
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