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"rachel dean" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Let's talk about another biden. Pick a person called rachel dean. Now i say person called rachel levine. Because this is a biological man who identifies as a woman in that's pertinent to our conversation At least according to these media outlets and of course these media outlets referred to rachel by the preferred pronouns that rachel has until i'm going to be reading. These articles verbatim aso washington post reports. This president elect joe biden announced tuesday that he will nominate pennsylvania's top health official. Rachel levine to be his assistant secretary of health. Levin a pediatrician would become the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the us senate levin surface pennsylvania secretary of health and has been leaving the state's public health response to the coronavirus pandemic serving under xavier becerra. And we will talk about on. Just one second. Biden's nominee to had the us department of health and human services levin would oversee key health offices and programs across the department ten regional health. Nationwide the office of the surgeon general and the us public. Health service commissioned corps now. Rachel has some baggage remember. Renewal is the pennsylvania. Secretary of health has been leading the state's public health response to the coronavirus pandemic according to press in journal dot com pennsylvania attorney general. Josh shapiro announced today this is back in. May that over the past. Several weeks offices opened criminal investigations into several pennsylvania. Nursing homes shapiro at a press. Release that his office is going to investigate any nursing home engaging in criminal neglected patients and residents because there have been several allegations of that according to state department of health numbers released tuesday there are twelve thousand one hundred thirty resident in cases again. This was in.
"rachel dean" Discussed on Winning Plays
"My name is Brian Rob. I am joined for the first time in a little bit by the one and only Michael Pina fresh off of killing it for Jake Jake you for the last fifty much the the entire log out. But before I talk to him, we have to hand out a congratulations to new pop Rachel Dean and everyone family wage and little one are doing well at home. So yes the winning winning plays Applause from like might give you words of wisdom for Rich before we get into the pod. Someone who is not a father know I I have no words of wisdom. No advice, but rich is a wise one and I'm sure he'll do a wonderful job over the next rest of his life, I guess so obviously riches and we talked about it a couple weeks ago a rich will be on on Dad Duty for the next 6 weeks. Ryan. Tony has been graciously pinch-hitting as a guest Coast as well. Mike will be able to be in as well as the off season gets going here too. But we have a we're heading into what could be a very quick NBA offseason here. You know, I think some of us thought we would be waiting around till till February or March initially when the season ended that quickly has turned off to potentially starting before Christmas, but we haven't talked to you since the Celtics season has came has come to a closed and there has been a lot of birth. But in the last several weeks about what this team should do. We obviously it was dissected Gordon Hayward trades to death here in the last week along with other scenario name is Jake us back to reality here to start. Where where do you see this team is at heading into this offseason what you know, what do you want to see the stuff house though? I didn't really know for me. I mean, I don't know if I'm in the majority or the minority or what the The Vibes are right now everything I read they usually geared towards they need an upgrade of some kind you mentioned the Gordon Hayward trades and you know packaging draft picks off and trying to add an an impact player right away. I mean really I kind of just am fine with Gordon opting in to his contract. And Jaylen Brown being better Kemba Walker being healthy Marcus Smart being Marcus Smart, and I guess so then like the number one priority for me would just be to sign Jayson Tatum to a five-year maximum contract and you hopefully you get that 50 year with no player option and you're able to negotiate that in there and then you just are a contender next season through your internal Improvement. And so I think just building around them are genes may be adding, you know wisely using your I think it's going to be the taxpayer mid-level, right like five point seven million dollars somewhere around there. We don't really know the exact figures office right now, cuz the NBA is in a tornado. But yeah, just you know, there's a lot of first round picks, so maybe you want to trade off. Up. Maybe you want to trade back into later drafts. I don't know what their mentality is going to be. They obviously need to worry about the luxury-tax going forward with Jayson Tatum about to make all the money. He's about to make but I don't really like there's nothing major that needs to happen in my opinion. Yeah, so I agree. I mean, I think that's the most likely path just based on, you know, the Hayward situation of terms of where he can't wear a buzz that was talked about by his actual last week, you know amount to whether that's just simply his.
"rachel dean" Discussed on WTVN
"The last year how many times you and I have talked and we've said Hey the Dow's at a new all time high yeah yeah yeah what we've learned to a great view through this morning yeah we will learn over over again that oftentimes what we think of as being V. all time highs it's just that fact aid all current right back yesterday with the house that the Dow the nasdaq and the S. and P. or all at new all time high as the years about the corona virus had began to to add the other exchange a little bit this morning as trainer reporting a severe uptick in the number of cases so we're actually gonna be down a little bit on the open but look this market in this economy is by and large shrugged it off and you know the president so was joking about some of the most successful technology companies as having that mod after name but when you look at Microsoft apple Amazon alphabet Facebook these five companies they now accounts for one fifth of the entire at fifty five hundred of the entire market so this is not a strong market but it's really been the big high tech companies that we all know where we all used so widely that have been leading the charge higher for what it's worth general Powell yesterday the fed chairman you know they see trees don't grow to the sky this guy told the troll Powell says that there's no reason the base of the times can't or won't learn he was testifying in front of Congress he said and I quote there's no reason why the current situation of low unemployment rising wages hi job creation hi job creation there's no reason it can't go earned so what from girl and the super powers lips to god's ears the good times are likely to roll yes it was a what would you say to someone I mean because you know if you've been alive for thirty thirty five years you remember the dot com bust sure back in two thousand so now you like you said apple Microsoft Amazon alphabet Facebook they make up a fifth of the S. and P. five hundred if anybody at all ready to tap the brakes a little concerned that that dot com bust could happen again that that's definitely the that is the concern there's a lot of differences now between the deck dot com your in in our current Europe by and large shoulder your back then a lot of those companies simply what we're making much money these big companies that make the army money you know what comes that are you too concentrated a conversation you always have that with a financial adviser just looking at all an actual house until none of us are gonna be about up to call the top I think now is a great time as we said to get your financial house in order and make sure that you had your debt paid off because look even elastic itself as of the X. factor of the times will be a market go back down to such a shorter day moving average not to get too want you but basically the nasdaq would have to go down to nineteen percent just to go back and touches tutored a movie I was with that it held the run people should expect a correction whether it's going to be this week next month or next year you will see a correction as for this market yeah well I mean we heard earlier this morning in some reports I mean there's more four oh one K. millionaires now than then maybe ever I mean people are just flat making money yeah that's a great thing that trick is they can you spare a billion areas you pour in actual whether it be for the global financial crisis ten years ago or that sectors technology crashed twenty years ago he was great stat out I think the pretty telling staff from the American service Ameritrade serving surveyed people and said look what's the one piece of advice you would tell your younger selves and by large almost seventy percent of people said quite simply start saving sooner than I previously had so the market to go up and down but follow that advice each city in the good times and bad that you end up on top at the end well this is saying I mean you talk to people about that especially young people and you know they they don't know because they don't have the life experience is like they give you save a bunch if you just start putting some away every time you get paid a pays wildly huge dividends later in life no it's it's it's so true and you know what essentially that was bad I think Joe here you alluded to this a little bit with that a little used to the good time with me yeah in the wake of the globe the wake of the global financial crisis for example people cut their credit card debt slash the networking just the opposite effect local CD credit card debt for the average American is up twenty percent and the average belts told about sixty two hundred dollars backed anywhere listed just here so you if you want a great investment quite complete eight Oct and pay it off first it's like giving itself an immediate ten twelve the fifty percent return on investment that you write it it's almost like working out going once doesn't make a difference one time around the gym doesn't make a difference is that slow and steady wins the race when it comes to saving for the one it's like you're following the planet fitness now you know my drill what a lot can change in a test last in the news quite strong yeah a little recall action yeah this is the emblematic of you know people say this is like nineteen ninety thank you no hassle with the two hundred dollars back just last October it is seven hundred dollars dollars stock this morning that her would you see this is gravitation toward these big well no technology company as you said the recalling fifteen thousand of their model X. SUV is because of a potential issue could lead to a loss of power steering and that got that highly volatile and all over the map back down a little bit this morning and after the pull the rest of technology so we've been on his usual job but you know incidents like this what the corona virus can always trip us up well and see that's the thing you get on that role I mean I think I saw somewhere that to Disney you know some other parks tickets now over two hundred Bucks they're they're raising prices too but I mean I think you expect that you know when times are good and you know people are feeling good and you're in the entertainment business you Jack a little bit like I what do I care I'm gonna go I want to have fun and it doesn't matter it's just another one of those signs of the times yeah you're you're right so that was it's kind I popping Disneyland for the first time some of the actors now over two hundred dollars a day so you think you know a family of four you're really talking about you know quite a couple of dollars this two ways to look at that one of A. to Rachel dean in the good times of companies are are ready that not only invest but also to raise prices you know because they can gather probably the most more sobering aspect is it away to look at it so will that looked a hundred dollars even two hundred dollars eating what used to be seven seconds even even more now why it's important for us to save and invest for the long term yeah well I suppose you gotta be a pile for old you in a pile for the Disney trip it will keep me as well but that's the big story with these these actors but the parks but the success of their Disney is a plus subscription service and even think of our own expenditures how many but these days shows this killer sitting money back cutting the cord picking up just a few of the subscription service itself economy rolled done we're watching innovation watch of the coronavirus right rotavirus for the market this morning absolutely good stuff Jonathan thanks very much for the touch we always appreciate the time that's Jonathan Hoenig you can follow him at capitalist pig dot alrighty take twenty years traffic and weather we update every ten minutes on the tens it's from ten star heating and cooling products in a very busy morning continues all around town this morning no matter where you're headed plan on an extra ten or fifteen minutes the west out about struggles north bound from west Broad Street all the way the Hilliard thirty three is still heavy both directions dear Bethel road down to about lane Avenue and south of Fifth Avenue three fifteen of seventy one we've added about ten minutes to the trip down from the north out about accidents still causing problems to seventy north in Easton wash the right hand side at two seventy south exiting onto seventy on the east side and one to seventy south of thirty three that's been cleared Alden Darby and fetter with a report of an accident scene over my Thornapple golf club also county line in Africa road near Westerville got a report of a blocking accident here and seventy one north bound at.
"rachel dean" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali â€“ The Official Bachelor Podcast
"I order from door Dash. Here's the thing about my relationships post bachelor from the bachelor all of the girls that I've dated publicly from the Bachelor Franchise. I'M NOT GONNA name names but they've always been regarded as like these great women and they they are good. They're great. People can fantastic. We'll take date post. Show is the point that I'm trying to make aside but he said during the show post show there's two girls that I dated very publicly post show pulled after paradise the first time in Winter Games the only time and that was always regarded as I was the lesser version of them and they were always it's like Kinda slumming it to be with me and how they were always so much better than me and like the toll of that just puts on a relationship is kind of frustrating from my perspective because it's like what what the public perceives and what the relationship actually is is. It's misaligned. It's not it's not right and so there's like a certain amount of undue pressure that gets put on a relationship in me specifically when the entire world thinks that the girl that I'm dating is slumming it by dating me and like why is that grow with him Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah when in reality. It's just like it's just another girl has just guy that are dating and there's no specialties. Bergara really between the two of them right and so now in this case. You don't have that problem. Roy and I told you this. I've communicated with her before I was like the fact that you're regarded as kind of like a mean katty person at times on the show is almost relieving having to me because it removes so much pressure for me to I guess to try to prove to other people that I'm worth your time in a sense if that makes sense and I don't really know if if I'm if I'm accurately describing it but it removes a lot of pressure for me to be in this relationship it makes a Lotta sense honestly in but the thing is obviously you don't think about her right. What do you mean. She's a mean katty person. She has her moments. I think obviously we've seen it all on television yeah and she knows that she's been that person and I've pointed out to her that she's that person sometimes and that she she she needs to figure that out and hopefully can amend the situation in some sort of way sorry Dana. I'm so sorry Mogo so sorry I don't. I don't mean to cut you off such as was gonNA say. I and I said this to Allie before. It's not what people say I watched the way people people move right and then I then I maybe couple it with what people say. Let's let us not forget the the and I'm using air quotes here. The paget drama that Hannah En- Kaelin had on Colton sees an end the thing in Hannah kept referring to her as you know more so being a mean in girl and it's like okay whatever this is just seems like these two were to competitive then you fast forward and you see this and you're like maybe there was a little bit of truth in in in that then what would she appar apparently said during Colton season which was debated as well and it's like not once not not twice three times when people show you who they are with a are you. Hannah has to start believing them good segue into talking about these couples so let's start with because this is actually a couple that I think is I'm GonNa leave you to give your opinion Hannah Dylan Hannah and Dylan I this time around. I wasn't really focus on like making too many friends. Although I did make a Lotta friends laws down on the Beach Dylan was one of the one of the people that I could always talk to and have a great time talking to he became one of my better friends friends on the beach and so I love him and don't seem very cute together. I didn't really get to know Hannah very well but I think that they're adorable together. They're like Barbie and Ken. They are very cute with none of us are getting to know Hannah and a very well. She has like one sentence every episode. I wonder if there's a reason for that. She didn't talk very much on. TV is always going to say thank you not much to say okay. What do you think about playing the coal. Oh Man I am not a fan of their relationship to be perfectly honest and it's funny we we've seen a lot of them. Actually this season and you see clay come in with with Angela coming in as well that whole all drama seem to me seemed like it kind of blew up way more than it should have. It's like yeah. You used to date this girl now. She's on the beach trying to date someone else but you're dating. Someone just didn't really seem fair to me in a lot of ways. The relationship careened Clayton coal doesn't make sense to me personally. I'm just having spoken with clay and knowing why his and Angela's relationship didn't work out I see a lot of similarities between Angela and Nicole aw as individuals and how relationship would be similar with Klay as well so just didn't make sense to me I guess we'll see how it goes next week but I I've got my doubts. I'm with you honestly like I wanNA root for people but for them. I just feel like it's not gonNA work. Allah Demi and Christian. They're amazing. I know that they've kind of it's been a weird admixed back for them right. They caught a lot of heat for Christian coming down. Demi going on the show with a girlfriend or however that all transpired. I'm not sure exactly but they seem to balance each other out really well like Demi super outspoken spoken and loud and vulnerable and very in touch with their emotions which is great to see like you know she's very communicative and all that kind of stuff and Christian seems to be that rocker the inker for her so they seem to balance each other out really okay well. Let's talk about Katie Chris when I read Katie and Chris. I'm so sorry Acadian Crisp. You're listening to this but at first I'm like wait who's Katie and Chris. I do it every I don't know who who handed Dylan more for two seconds crazy that Chris has been on like what seven seasons six seven seasons of this show and I still forget him. I'm so sorry Chris but anyway. Do you remember them dean. Can I ask you a question. I've never seen Chris before in my life. I never even knew he was is. He always like this on the eight other times times. He's been on the show. It's his personality and that's a little angry in the past like he got into some fights and stuff. He showed like kind of angrier side of himself. Honestly he's so forgetful. I I don't remember I'm just trying to understand just trying to get some insight now. What do you think about getting Chris I don't think that really know a lot about them. Chris was pretty guarded the whole time that I spent on the beach so whenever you know he would try to open up to like us as friends on the guys on the beach about his relationship he was pretty short so we never really got okay insight into where he was at and it's 'cause watching it back. I feel kind of the same way even when he's talking to Katie. He's like not really all in. Katie seems to be like exhausting herself trying to like figure it out. I I like Chris. I think that Katie deserves better in my opinion. She's a great girl leaving a better but just maybe deserves more out of the out of her partner I don't know if I'm terribly confident in the relationship going the distance but I don't think they're gonNA end up together at the end of the show. I mean obviously you know Oh 'cause you. Were at the reunion special. That's airing next week but I just don't think what do you think Rachel Dean hit the nail on the head. I just she's trying so hard and we have to try that hard like. I wish I could just like screen that when a guy is really into you he's into you their their songs about it. They're points about it. You just you shouldn't in have to work that hard at your relationship. He's it's it's she's everything. He says he wants but then. He's just not that into her. It seems like it's it's sad. Ask Katie. It's hard to watch sometimes okay. What did you think about the end of J. P. A. in Asia the montage of their love love story almost had me breaking down into tears and I I'm not a crier. I cried watching anything but watching that back I was like damn. That was really well done. I'm just pulling so hard for them right now. Teixeira Great Girl and John Paul Jones is a very interesting man. Does that make them. Well suited for each other. I don't know I think that a Ah I think that they could work outside of the show and so seeing Patia not being able to commit to the idea of John. Paul Jones's kind of saddening saddening I get it. I understand why wasn't able to say I love you back and go to the fantasy suites progress from there but it just you know John Paul Jones all and Adam very you know he's had his ups and downs paradise as well like the wedding was kind of brutal for me to watch for all of us to watch but ask you about that because I feel like just I mean. I don't know that will be just spending the last hour here chatting with you. I feel like I really sort of trust. Your read on people based on the things that you've said What is your read on him obviously so you were there for the wedding thing because I loved him and then that whole thing happened and I was like who is this guy even in episode last night or this week he said to her like in and I know it he's trying to say but something along the lines of don't tell me what I feel and I was like. WHOA like the way. He said. It was kind of like how he was like yelling at. Derek like don't tell me don't question my intelligence and don't talk imitation. He said like don't tell me how I feel and it was just and I get where he was going with it. He's because she was like no you think you feel that way and he was don't tell me how I feel and I was like Whoa. There's another way that could have been said so. What is your take on Jayjay knowing him in real life. I don't think I've ever had like a real full conversation with him. I don't think I don't I mean I have right like I've had his version of a full real conversation but that's not really a conversation like what you see is what you get with John Paul Jones he's. He's very you know he's really oh well. Oh cool like that's great like he's a great guy nice guy but you just don't really get to know who he has passed all of that stuff and he's like he's a very smart person. I was very impressed by his intelligence many many times but then it's like his his inability. I guess to maybe go deeper than that or unwillingness to. I would probably be better word and I think that maybe he's able to do that with Teixeira but I've asked because you've obviously been watching the season back. Where do you watch it. Do you have a TV in your Van I do. We'll have a television well. It's like a IPAD that I use as like a entertainment center if you will dean. How long are you going to keep this man. Is there an end point is there a goal an end goal. I should say in mind if I could make it. Twelve months in the van considered the era the van era a success us. I do at some points plan on traveling south with the van very far south to Argentina. Perhaps I don't know if that's going to happen. I hope it does come January February march. I do plan on spending. What's my time traveling through the rocky mountains probably south up North into Canada and just skiing basically as much as I can and that would kind of put a a hindrance on my ability because like part of the traveling south is kind of just chase summer..
"rachel dean" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"It will be back next week I promise because it's Sunday it's the roundtable guest on today's meet the press include former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe Helene Cooper New York times Pentagon correspondent Anne Walther national editor for the cook political report and rich Lowry editor of the National Review the Sunday shows continue in under ten minutes and for the next hour Sunday roundtable focusing on election security we're pleased to welcome the table Rachel dean Wilson who is the director of external affairs for the alliance for securing democracy which is what I'll we're a bipartisan group that focuses on tracking analyzing and I providing policy recommendations for countering authoritarian interference and accuracy and also here is Liz Howard with the printer center for Brennan center for justice as counsel that organization is a non partisan non profit a think tank so we share with you this is an editorial this morning Mister Muller is right to be worried is available available this morning inside the New York Times and online at NY times dot com the editorial includes the following Mr Miller is right to be worried while progress has been made in safeguarding the nation's electoral system partisan bickering is impeded Congress from enacting a range of important reforms from improving coordination between state and federal authorities to upgrading election infrastructure to closing loopholes in campaign finance laws as is often the case right the New York times the legislative bottleneck is in the Republican controlled Senate but both political parties and done their part to politicize the issue your reaction so I think the Democrats have come out strong an election security they've passed multiple bills in the house on that have important election security provisions and as you stated the Republicans have held this up in the Senate but I think that it's important to look past the partisan bickering and to look at where there is bipartisan agreement and that's not a short list so for instance there is widespread agreement that election security is national security and federal state and local election officials on both sides of the aisle agree with that and most recently use all leader McConnell reiterate this week his support for making election security at a priority and you also saw senator Shelby who is the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee reiterate his support for election security and making it protecting elections in Alabama and across the country on that point rates a little since there is the Senate select committee on intelligence releasing a report late last week that essentially said that Russia had targeted all fifty states in twenty sixteen and likely potentially to do so in twenty twenty absolutely I mean what you've seen is a consensus around what happened in twenty sixteen and how our election systems were targeted and you've also seen the ad at B. I. director Chris for ray said this week and you heard Robert Muller testify on Wednesday that those attacks are continuing in those efforts to undermine our systems are continuing at it's something that we need to continue to of all our strategy to meet the evolving threat but another point on the bipartisan nature of this from The New York Times editorial quote Democrats are understandably frustrated by the foot dragging of the White House Mr McConnell another reform opponents but for reform to make any further progress in Congress before the twenty twenty election The New York Times as both sides must focus on minimizing not stoking the tensions between them abusing the cause of election security to score political points is no way to safeguard this nation I could I could not agree more with the New York times I'm glad to see that they are they're saying there's plenty of blame to go around as far as making this issue a partisan issue what we need to do now is stop trying to score political messaging points and and come to the table maybe behind closed doors hash out how we move forward on this I think a great place to start is fun in two states if Republicans are worried about federalizing the elections are federal over reach in state run elections then let's get those states the resources they need to do the job so bottom line beyond what we heard about Russia's alleged role in trying to influence social media from your perspective what did Russian interests do in twenty sixteen where did they have the strongest role so one of the things that the Russians did were to target our infrastructure and they were screening are for instance voter registration data bases in the recent US Senate report and previous reports from DHS indicate that they looked at and we're looking into all fifty states and one of the things is Rachel mentioned earlier that we can do is provide additional funding to the states so that they can implement additional cyber security protections and upgrades to their voter registration data bases to protect that information in the information of millions of voters across the country from reaches five R. four times there is but one of the arguments you're hearing from senator McConnell and Senate Republicans is that this is a state issue not a federal issue so there are ten thousand the election jurisdictions across the country in their state and local election officials are responsible for the security of each of those those jurisdictions they're going up against authoritarian governments and we we can't leave them to to do that on their own I think we need to provide the resources necessary so that they can do that job yeah I think that's absolutely true in the report that Rachel and I recently co authored found that states are using their portion of the three hundred eighty million dollars that Congress just allocated last year on four main projects and one of those elections security projects is implementing programs that provide cyber security support to local election officials who are generally responsible for actually administering our elections but generally don't have sufficient resources to find an IT professional at the local level make sure the one of the moments from the hearing by Robert Miller this past week which we carried all five and half hours Republican will hurt from Texas with this line of questioning to former special counsel Robert Muller one of the most striking things and in your report is that the internet research agency not only undertook a social media campaign the US but they were able to organize a political rallies I'm after the election our our committee issued a a a report and an insight on saying that Russian active measures are growing with frequency and intensity and including in their expanded use of groups such as the IRA and these groups pose a significant threat to United States and our allies in upcoming elections would you agree with that yes in fact one of the other areas that we have to look at and many more companies are not coming many more countries are developing capability to replicate what the Russians are done you you alluded to making sure the other all the elements of the federal government should be working together do you have a suggestion on a strategy to do that to counter the system from nation not over arching is this in your investigation and you think that this was a single attend by the Russians to get involved in our election or did you find evidence to suggest they'll try to do this again what a single attempt they're doing as we sit here and they expect to do and I'm going to the next campaign this how that final point they're doing it as we sit here they'll do it again next year you heard that an older system only you saw that as an intelligence report that was just released earlier this week I think again the intelligence community knows that and so do election officials and I think an important point here is that while our foreign adversaries are currently working to systematically assess our systems and figure out how we're working we have Alexian officials across the country that are also as we sit here working to.
"rachel dean" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Of of beneficiaries for the big programs plus the rising cost of healthcare join us for more on the nation's debt and deficit why every American needs to understand its impact with Bob sixty of the Concord coalition the weekly is available on the free C. span radio app or wherever you download your favorite podcast we hope you tune it and for the next hour Sunday roundtable focusing on election security we're pleased to welcome the table Rachel dean Wilson who is the director of external affairs for the alliance for securing democracy which is what I'll we're a bipartisan group that focuses on tracking analyzing and providing policy recommendations for countering authoritarian interference and accuracy and also here is Liz Howard with the printer center for Brennan center for justice as counsel that organization is a non partisan non profit a think tank so we share with you this is an editorial this morning Mr Miller is right to be worried is available available this morning inside the New York Times and online at NY times dot com the editorial includes the following Mr Miller is right to be worried while progress has been made in safeguarding the nation's electoral system partisan bickering has impeded Congress from enacting a range of important reforms from improving coordination between state and federal authorities upgrading election infrastructure to closing loopholes in campaign finance laws as is often the case right the New York times the legislative bottleneck is in the Republican controlled Senate but both political parties have done their part to politicize the issue your reaction so I think the Democrats have come out strong an election security they've passed multiple bills in the house on that have important election security provisions and as you stated the Republicans have held this up in the Senate but I think that it's important to look past the partisan bickering and to look at where there is bipartisan agreement and that's not a short list so for instance there is widespread agreement that election security is national security and federal state and local election officials on both sides of the aisle agree with that and most recently use all leader McConnell reiterate this week his support for making election security at.
"rachel dean" Discussed on Science Vs
"S ZipRecruiter the smartest way too high. Welcome back. We just talked about how gentrification isn't causing tons of people to get out of their homes, but new people are coming in and it is changing neighborhoods from what we could tell. One of those changes is that newcomers might be calling the cops on their neighbors more often which can explain some of the frustrations people have feeling here. But what about the flip side, the puzzle side to gentrification. Some communists say that gentrification brings money into a neighborhood which can be a benefit. And one of the big things that we heard is that it can drop the crime rate. He is basically how it would work. Studies tend to find that low income neighborhoods have higher rates of some kinds of crime. So perhaps a neighborhood getting wealthier could mean less crime. We spoke about this with Rachel meltdown and associate professor of urban policy at the new school in Manhattan. I was born in bread and midtown, New York midtown. How does anyone get Ford and bread? Yeah, I was there before. Midtown was happening. If you less familiar, we've New York midtown is where all the tourist trap saw from Times Square to the Empire. State building doesn't really have a residential vibe, but anyway, back to crime since the nineties two things have been happening. One, some cities across America have been gentrifying and to generally speaking, the crime rate has been dropping as well. Well, I think that's right. I mean, I think that's the broader context of crime has been going down for a while. And when you zoom in on gentrifying neighborhood, specifically, most studies have found that as places gentrify the crime rate drops Fossa. This happened in New York City and Cambridge, Massachusetts, but it wasn't truthful all cities like, so it's just more complicated. Than a gentrifying neighborhood equals Loa crime. I mean, I think that's right. This is not all happening in a vacuum. It's not this like one to one of like, you know, rich people come in and then crime goes down. So while it eased complicated, generally speaking over time, we do tend to see lower crime rates in gentrifying neighborhoods, economists. They win this time. But what about other things that communists say, like Ken, all this new money be for the people in the neighborhood. Well, one place where people stand to benefit. If you own your own house in a gentrifying neighborhood, if you do, you can sell it for heaps of money when property values go up problem as because of America's longstanding history of housing discrimination, many people of color living in gentrifying areas don't own that own harms. So that's property ownership next up businesses. And he's actually the focus of Rachel's research, and she says this good reason to think that you'd get more shops and other services in gentrifying neighborhood. One story is that when you see increase investment in these neighborhoods, local residents could benefit right. And Rachel, as well as other races have found that across the US gentrification does bring new business over a number of studies. It does seem like when these neighborhoods change, they are attracting more commercial investment. One huge study on New York found that gentrifying areas. So forty, five percent more businesses opening up compared to other neighborhoods that's over fifteen years. And Rachel told us that we're not just talking about dog spas. He when she studied this, she found that some gentrifying neighborhoods landed more grocery stores, doctor's offices and pharmacies, and this this idea that gentrification wipes out local businesses. But when Rachel dean today's in New York City, she found that local shops want closing at a higher rate in gentrifying neighborhoods. I didn't find any significant differences, which was interesting, and I understood that. Just there's a certain level of turnover and it wasn't at a exceleron did rate that easy. Interesting. Because just looking around out neighborhoods that we have lived in, you do not like, I think I noticed that these shops that same like they've been there for ages, the feeling is they shutting down and being replaced for like nail salons and fancy coffee shops, but that's not what you'll find not on average, right? This was again, looking across all neighborhoods, kinda slice and dice it all different ways. And there wasn't anything telling me that that these businesses were exceptionally more vulnerable. So ultimately you get more businesses in the area and with that comes more jobs. Yes. So I find that the total number of jobs goes up in gentrifying neighborhoods. Okay. So it looks like gentrification has some upsides, you say, more businesses and more jobs, but they is this very big question of who gets to enjoy those benefits. Do longtime residents get these new jobs in the neighborhood? Can they afford to shop at the new stores. The truth is is not a lot of research on any of this and anyone who's making big claims in either direction is probably overstating the research. I think gentrification, it's complicated. It's a puzzle to disentangle. There is one final area though that we got curious about public schools because it's possible that more money in the neighborhood could mean MO money for the local schools does all through this question. We talked to Nicole Maitum who was a teacher in New York? Oh, yeah. Atop for six years in two different public high schools in New York City. And one of these schools was in a poor neighborhood that wasn't gentrifying. It was declining alongside the neighborhood. So there is a sense of giving up on it, and there were stories written about how unsafe it was and just had a very bad reputation. Nicole worked for several years, and then she got a job at another school one in a gentrifying neighborhood. And this school she said, had a lot going for it an awesome principal and great teaches, and this got Nicole thinking about what makes some schools better than Avas. So generally became a senior research fellow at the center for New York City of fairs where she started looking into this idea that maybe gentrification could help local schools. And she says he is a very direct way that that could work the wealthier families are going to go into these schools, and then that's going to help bring more resources to the school or bring more political attention to the school. And then you'll eventually see the test scores rise. So to find out if this was actually happening Nicole, I needed to know if these new rich gentrifying parents even taking kids to the local schools. And she had good reason to question this because. More than forty percent of kids in the US can go to a public school of than the one in the neighborhood. So Nicole home, ding on New York City web parents have this choice, and she got government data on every kindergarten kid who studied in a public school in the city for the last decade. So what did she find? We've found that the gentrifying neighborhoods have twice as many parents not going to the school that they're assigned to sending their kids to a different kindergarten than in the non gentrifying neighborhoods. Bottom line Nicole found that many parents were moving into gentrifying neighborhoods and then taking their kids to school elsewhere. And these choices add up despite New York's reputation as being a progressive liberal hot land. It's actually one of the most segregated school systems in the US which means all these promises of lots of rich parents coming in and helping the school that's. Not going to be true if these gentrify our parents aren't going to their local schools and studies out of Washington c. and Chicago also couldn't find evidence that gentrification was good for the local schools from Alpa 'Spect win. When we read your study, the first thought was, oh, boy, the whites just winning on all fronts. Like they get to move today's cool diversified neighborhoods, but then they get to send their kids to whatever school they want. Are we wrong? No, that is definitely one way to put it. They are changing the types of businesses and restaurants and stuff that are moving in there. And then they get all the amenities of being in the cool neighborhoods, but then they don't have to send their kids to the that school that they think is a bad school. Conclusion, despite new money coming into a community, there's no good evidence that gentrification helps the local schools. So when it comes to gentrification, does it stack up. One is gentrification, forcing lots of people out of their harms. Probably not as best as signs can measure on average people aren't leaving their apartments in gentrifying neighborhoods Fossa than similar places that haven't gentrified to do new come as call the cops on their neighbors more often in gentrifying communities. Well, well, there's not a lot of data on this from what we could find Kohl's to officials about neighborhood. Gripes do rise in gentrifying areas, at least a New York and three Ken gentrification lead to things like more jobs and better schools, and if it can who really benefits. Well, the crime rate might go down and you will get more businesses flocking to the area which means more jobs. Those jobs aren't necessarily going to the locals plus does not good evidence that gentrification will help the local school. So from what the science tells us, gentrification isn't the ultimate Buki man that it's often touted as but it's not a godsend to a community, Eva. One thing that gentrification does though is that it really shows the stock differences of how people in America a living today. Now, people who struggle to pay the rent a living next door to those who have enough money to spare on the six dollar LA taste, and goat yoga, and people who feel comfortable calling the cops, like it's tech support a living side by side with people who say the police as a threat. So the thing is, gentrification didn't cause these differences, but it is forcing some of those tough realities into the spotlight. That