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"rauner" Discussed on Test & Code : Python Testing
"rauner" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Think we know what other platform he's talking about will not have encryption if it still sms. I think that is a pretty interesting dynamic. And i would hope that. Everyone focuses on security and privacy. It becomes an important part of the discussion very gentle way of saying apple. Come on support our s. I don't think he's wrong. I don't you know there's there's really no reason for. I mean the only the only and incredibly dumb argument would be for apple to say. Let's just get an iphone and then you don't have any issues that is just you know what i mean like otherwise it just. It doesn't make any sense for apple to be a hold out on. Something that is is is is going to make compatibility better and security better for everybody. My one question would be because like everything does. Sms is our c. s. more complicated on phones to rauner can pretty much every phone out there handle our cs in chooses. Not to because say apple. And i message my only concern worldwide and. I don't know phones to answer that. So i'm putting it to utah has been around for a while. My guess is all the oldest phones should be able to handle it just fine. It's a standard and almost every phone can send images and do group chats if you're doing it within the ecosystem right. They can do it on. What's up they can all do it Within messages on even on older iphones. So yeah i don't. I don't think that would i can't think of any reason why that would be a hang up. My the only other thing i could think of is apple looking at all the work they did to support read receipts and multimedia messaging and everything on messages and saying but our implementation is better than the standard which you often see apple. Do they're saying yeah. There's a standard but ours is better in which case i could see them. Reluctant to support our cs. But i just if you support. Sms as your fullback. Why not just change to supporting our cs as your fallback. Maybe they were waiting for it to get popular enough to to make it worth the effort to implement. But i think we're there. I think it's popular enough now at the iphone event in september which is not announced yet. But let's just assume apple decides to invent our cs. That isn't only half kidding. You're like ninety two percent chance of being right. There is that apple announces a support for a great new standard out. There better security than ever are apple customer. They've never call it our cs. It's only called on the graphic that's up behind them right. Yeah it's just magically compatible and they also have to do something about their security on messages because there's a couple of days. We don't even have to open the message for your phone to be compromised. That's all we were talking about with the oh we just just mentioned it at the beginning of the. Show the biggest. Yeah the pakistan. Exactly so yeah. I you know having a having a fallback. Standard is not new for apple they did with. Sms tended upgrade upgrade their fallback standard rc. Us i think now now is the time. And maybe that's why Hiroshi is being being so gentle. He knows he they're gonna do it. Sky next up. We have snob s.'s. Neekam on his back with another spotlight on a black tech entrepreneur in this month's tacking wild black. Hi this is neekam. Opport- aka tech savvy diva of the snape.
Cynthia Shares Her Experience Living With Autism
"Okay so cynthia tell me where did you grow up. Our grew up in garden grove california. What was the best thing about. Growing up there Same with my friends. All the friends that i had and on the pool. We'll just play all the time just playing playing playing all day every day. God i miss being child. Yeah the kids are now. We don't do that. We never like rauner phones or ipods. None of that. They play outside all the time. What what did what kind of games did you play outside. Jonesboro bean play tag mmc swimming pool. Break seen rod alive. Y'all scorers are hughley shoes. Remember those issues. Hey i got really. I wasn't allowed. My dad waters the humidity. We played dolls. do sleepovers. I mean kids nowadays is like wow this crazy. They're just like staring at rectangles in their hands. It just makes me wanna scream. Yes pretty sad. Like dang cynthia is the baby of the family. She grew up near her cousins and they were all really close. They played together. they had sleepovers. How did you feel about school when you were little like elementary school. It was fine. I mean it was like i was just the days. Were like our sold. It does. I don't like in elementary schools. Their own house. it was fine. I guess that's fine. Good while i'd always like i don't know like when i was little i was always like always in a good kid does like did you say kids. What do you mean. I was kind of a bully and the how lake which is always like always had friends and like. I don't know this weird puppies turned. She hit them. I wanted hate people out kids but like always like be friends with the people were the bullies. Like kind of. I guess like the kids you know. I think that's i. That's kind of a survival skill. In some ways. I think every kid goes into their a law school and junior high and high school so pretty much all through school growing up. What did you know about growing up. I really think i was too little to no but it was weird that everyone was kind of more not normal but lake was like though like was doing like the habits that i was doing so they all the kids weren't jumping up and down and doing their hands like to their to their chin or leg touching their face or rocking back and forth. So that's why. I thought it was a little different than other people other kids for example. She had this habit where she would Put her hands together. Squeeze them and then she would like put her hands together on a chin like pushing them towards her chin and we started noticing an actually interschool pictures that it started taking a toll We serve seeing her chin like couldn't get crooked because she was doing it. So much and like shoes would ask you know like yeah you know when my hands her my chin hurts and mike what am i supposed to just be like. Well just try to stop doing it. Ooh my mom round wave once they open the window and my girlfriend ran off and wasn't home so my mom's like oh my god like what am i going to do to have to call the cops. Because she can't be found so then. My mom was like crazy. Crazy looking through me dear number that that's the thing i don't things like that i don't remember but then my mom got me walking with an old woman. Right me yeah. She found walking back home with an old old woman in those woven was a. Hey this your daughter. Like she's been walking around the street and that's my mom's oh my god. We have to have some view like have home all the time. How old were you when you found out your artistic Also like twelve one nine found out told because they saw another kid doing the same habits but he was rocking back and forth and they asked. My mom solves like he awesome like. That's the same thing that i do. Sounds like oh. He has autism. He saw my mom like Told me that they had autism. Always about eleven or twelve hundred do really like knew that they had autism
"rauner" Discussed on Hellblazerbiz Conversations with the stars
"They only allow me to look at it in the hand out and they will not let me have. It may not have the experience for season one. My sides that. I got that were sent to me through actress. access Were the real. They were the real script and so often when we get sides they can even be completely dummy sides like they're not even anything that's in the script anywhere character. Names are made up. Everything is fake so that they get a sense for. Maybe what what they want you to be doing in the scene without giving you anything real but this was the actual script and really nothing much changed from my audition to when we shot it but then for obviously for season three. I didn't have to audition. So i don't know if they're doing that differently. Now that the show is more popular and they have more to protect So i can't really speak to that. But i've been curious about that wondering if they're doing dummy sides now for auditions for the subsequent seasons. I don't think so. I've taped a friends. That have auditioned for the show audition for season three And then when. I saw so at least for season three now that they're working on four it might be different but for season. Three the the roles that i taped friends for like word for word thought so with that being the case eagle fan for like over a year which is hugo about it up. That's hilarious that you ask. You can't even discuss the scenes amongst yourselves. It's kept so tightly closed issue. Your senior catholic that set. You can't of today. i was doing this. And you can't sort of sort of professional agreement that we know that you know. These things are held close to the vest and yes we don't even ask each other about it. Nyerere practically neighbors talk of situation. You know because all of us except for rauner co-stars on the show right in so we're sort of You know in the great the great pyramid of power..
"rauner" Discussed on KCRW
"Academics. Rauner says before the virus hit around one in six adolescent suffered from a mental health disorder. She says her clinic responded to more than more suicide attempt in the first four months of the outbreak than in the last four years combined. He says. The most important thing parents can do is ask kids how they're doing and listen. Jim Inventor is being fined for staying open indoors. Despite Cove in 19 health restrictions and a court injunction BSF Fitness Center was ordered to pay 1500 bucks for disobeying the rules today. Ventura County Judge find the business $500 for each day and remained open. Earlier this month after a preliminary injunction ordered indoor operations to stop, the judge said the gym willfully and intentionally broke the rules. The terror County star reports that while the finds cover a three day period laid out in a court document, prosecutors claimed the gym is continuing to flat regulations and operate indoors. And there is good news for college football fans, especially if you are on the West Coast. The Pac 12 will play a seven game conference football season starting November 6th. The announcement today comes after the conference announced in August, it would postpone all sports Still at least January of next year, citing health concerns related to the pandemic, still unclear when the Pac 12 will release its schedule, But a source told ESPN the conference championship will be played December. 18th support for NPR comes from American Jewish World Service supporting human rights advocates worldwide as they respond to covert 19 and defend democracies learn Maura A. J. W s dot org It is seven await here. Casey ar w I'm leery parole. Let's press play. There has been rioting a little. There's been writing in many cities across this country, Red and your so called red and blue states. Will you commit to making sure that there is a peaceful transfer? Pearl of power after the election to see what happens, you know that I've been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the ballots, air disaster, But people are rioting. Do you commit to making sure that there's a way we want to get rid of the ballots and you'll have a very transfer have a very peaceful It won't be a transfer. Frankly, there'll be a continuation of the ballots are at a control. You know it and you know who knows it better than anybody else. The Democrats know it better than anybody else go ahead President Donald Trump yesterday, declining to commit to a peaceful transition of power should he lose the election in November. His.
Police unions dig in as calls for reform grow
"States across the US are in their second straight week of protests over the killing of George Floyd by a police officer many hope to see police reform they have reached a current though and that's often the police unions to talk about the role of police unions and the power they hold over reforms we have Booker Hodges assistant commissioner at the Minnesota department of public safety and let's bring it round the lord a police union labor negotiator former police officer and the former president of a state wide police union in Texas run thank you so much for joining us well thanks for having me we're getting a lot of comments from the moment given example one listener tweets it seems all other unions are under attack but police unions only gets stronger what accounts for this and then Richard tweets the left is finally realizing public unions make it very difficult to remove crappy employees teacher police if you suck at your job you've got to find another job these these questions Rauner kind of centered around what makes police unions different I think and could you answer that for us to can we look back to the history of police used to get the answer well sure and I think the I always call it kind of the duck billed platypus of unions they're in a union but they don't look like other unions and there's a big reason for that because of the nineteen nineteen Boston police strike it pretty much wiped out unionization in America until really into the nineteen sixties they do said paternal so ninety eighty five ninety percent of all the police United States do not belong to the AFL-CIO they have one chartered union and it's a it's a small percentage so the police were late getting into the labor firefighters had an international in nineteen eighty S. all the public employee unions construction units you know that some of those are a hundred years old so police were late to the game they were used in many times as strike breakers and picket lines and so they didn't gravitate in there tend to be conservative by nature so their unions look different but they're still just working people their blue collar working people who form the groups who have become adept at using the American political system to increase our wages and pay in for job security so I'm not ashamed to be in a policeman or representing the police they can only do in a increase their strength or get their message out it's all illegitimate nature so different than people that are anti gun and pro gun you know free speech no free speech in America everyone has a right to speak out on things so well of concern to their members we got this tweet Booker from Tracey Wheeler and she mentions what Ron just said about the fraternal order of police Tracy says the police union's name the fraternal order of police is symbolic of the fact that it operates like an old boys club officers who speak up about bad cop behavior are ostracized in this culture and I want to put this book or in the context of what we heard earlier from you lie at the the Marshall project who was saying that often times African American cops don't want to join leadership because they don't want to be part of that culture yes so yeah I think there's there are some differences between African American officers on what offices regarding union membership I mean mia love the vast majority of my career I was in the union I was a union president you know so I didn't have some of those issues but a lot of the other people I know who are in other organizations did have issues regarding how that they didn't feel that the union represented them or didn't defend them as strongly as they did white officer so I I I'm fully aware that that issue does exist within the labor unions run it sounds like you wanted to respond to that as well well that issue exist in America so you could say I'm a seventy two year old white man who grew up in the south where our view the world may be different than a black person my age who grew up different but men and women officers have different views about things Hispanic officers have different views are Asian awesome so that's in it in and of itself but you have to say policing in America is eighty five percent means there's been no woman firefighter president that I'm aware of any part of union in America ever so so we look at it and then we say yes but they appear to be older white men yes but there haven't democratic elections welcome back officers in America only about twelve percent of the police no less maybe nineteen so that's wrong but the pollution is not hurting anybody the city hires the city provides room recruitment in six cities were even worse off when it comes to female officers their lesson about twelve percent of the police which is half the number of Canada Australia and other European countries so thank you in that profession is eighty five percent median and whatever sixty seventy percent white means that white men tend to gravitate up yes but lots of officers don't become involved in the
"rauner" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Oh one governor Rauner said this is reacting to the new jobs numbers that show Florida's unemployment rate jumped by more than eight points last month to dramatic change we never seem to change this dramatic this quick probably in American history my hope is that is that states like Florida Texas others move forward that that we can kind of help lead the way and recovery percentages hopes the jobs numbers will bounce back once big employers like Disney and universal start welcome back gas the governor says consumer confidence will play a big role in Florida's recovery don't put the beach towel in your bag just yet our county beaches are set to reopen next Tuesday despite initial plans to work in unison with Miami Dade County many of the beach side nears believe that we'll see a huge surge of people coming up from Miami if Miami is not open yet and that would cause us some problems in terms of people not being able to distance themselves Broward mayor Dale Holness says he and twenty nine of his mayors have come to a consensus to only open beaches on Tuesday to walkers runners swimmers and surfers the plan is to also open hotels and commercial gyms on the day after Memorial Day Kreider guess newsradio six ten WYO DA Miami beach is gearing up to re open beaches hotels next month commissioners voting unanimously for the June first re opening date which comes two weeks after retail stores and museums resumed operations and five days after restaurants re open in the city they're doing Gelber says they're hoping to resume new normal operations masks may not be required but social distancing is Garber says the reopening means coastal cities will reopen their beaches as well as the other coastal communities very much upset in all of the call with us and they'll follow what we do Miami Dade mayor Carlos Jimenez is meeting with medical experts this weekend to come up with three opening rules Wendy Grossman newsradio six ten WYO D. cops are preparing for more south Floridians to head out this long holiday weekend at that phase one is fully under way we'll be out there as well with we'll be doing our patrols of the marinas the parts the business is Miami Dade police director Freddie were mayor is says it's important that we also police ourselves in order to avoid a sat back the U. S. secretary of department of housing and urban development's presented with a key to the city of Miami Dr Ben Carson meeting with commissioners today to talk about the carers act Miami received three point two million dollars in funding to help people who lost their jobs pay ransom to assist small businesses bought mayor Francis Suarez says it's not enough from the get go that the resources would not ever be sufficient for the for the need Garson says Uncle Sam is doing as much as he can to help the situation Wall Street numbers mixed Dow Jones industrials down twenty eight points to twenty four thousand four forty five S. and P. five hundred lower by one and a half points the nasdaq slightly higher up thirty points on the day about three tenths of one percent for for eleven other news update coming up for you at four thirty four Sean Hannity after we check whether next time out Lewis newsradio six ten W. I. O. D..
"rauner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Rauner virus have been steadily coming down from their peak but the decline is still nagging the slower than initially projected as far as openings some of the highlights of what's happening today Arkansas Louisiana will be opening casinos video poker limited operations Florida and Texas gyms and fitness centers and some other businesses could re open fox's John Roberts at the White House one of the state's first to reopen Texas is seeing a spike in cases in some areas but state officials attribute that in part to more testing and increased cases at meat packing plants the U. S. accusing world health officials of deadly failures health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar condemning the World Health Organization is handling the corona virus pandemic there was a failure by this organization to obtain the information that the world needed and that failure cost many lives addressing the WHO's annual assembly I saw also appearing to criticize China where the outbreak first emerged at least one member state made a mockery of their transparency obligations with tremendous cost for the entire world the World Health Organization rejects US claims it is biased towards China and says all involved in the pandemic have lessons to learn in London Simon nine fox news both China and the WHO's say they'll welcome a pandemic investigation but not yet wall street's rallying after encouraging news on a vaccine trials Dallas and up over nine hundred points America is listening newsradio KFBK on John truly this is a service of ABC home and commercial services governor Greg Abbott is set to speak at any moment now about the next phase of re opening of the Texas economy he's supped allow bars gyms and more restart their businesses cedar park is getting a clear picture of how the corona viruses and acting finances assistant finance director Chad tough listening says a revenue loss is almost certain especially in the sales tax collections sales tax equates to about thirty percent of the general fund we anticipate this area is being particularly affected sales tax losses could be as much as two point eight million dollars and that's on top of the losses and drainage fees beverage taxes and citations and some major events and how to have been called off because of coronaviruses city says its fourth of July celebrations farmers markets.
"rauner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To clear water governor Rauner said it says two hundred thousand cobit nineteen antibody tests are being distributed throughout Florida speaking today in Sarasota the governor announced plans to begin antibody testing a drive through testing sites Disentis also said the state's overwhelmed unemployment compensation system is finally being whipped into shape you look particularly in the last couple weeks you're talking about hundreds and hundreds of thousands of payments that have gone out the last week or two has finally gotten us in a good spot not there yet there's going to be more done on the system over the weekend the governor has ordered the inspector general to conduct an investigation into the system Florida's rules for vote by mail ballots are being challenged in court the organization's priorities USA Ali ons for progress in the Florida alliance for retired Americans filed a federal lawsuit Monday six months before the November third general election the suit challenges the requirement that elections supervisors receive vote by mail ballots by seven PM on election night for those ballots to count the plaintiffs argue that balance should be valid as long as they're postmarked on or before election day I'm Alan Spector we are getting the first look at how bad the corona virus pandemic is impacting one of the top entertainment companies in the world Disney reported mixed results and its earnings call today the company lost fifty eight percent of income from its theme parks and cruises president trump says the U. S. is not behind whatever happened in Venezuela that country's president claimed to have two American mercenaries in custody after a failed coup attempt a new survey by the travel industry group destinations Florida shows tourism related businesses showed seventy three percent of the work force and just three weeks because of the corona virus outbreak hotel occupancy plunged from eighty four percent in April of twenty nineteen to thirteen percent in mid April of this year with Florida's news I'm John Conrad hi under the motion for moss Nissan every vehicle.
"rauner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Jackson throws swung out to shortstop Larkin as he throws the inning is over these data this is showing absolutely horrible the Sooners what a possibly the runner Johnson at all there was a split second the same sign Rauner stores in New York is second of sixty five only absolutely Stacey is a terrible all of this game saying he is he's pretty good for reaching this is in the first place he's C. C. something else is being thrown out most please wow.
"rauner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You know what makes me sick you know what makes me so mad I won't break again and again as she leaves water management myself out as a king size bed the latter okay looks like we got a mailer body out to Mr Rauner cramped using tax money tax time is a pain in the **** anyway especially because aspera open Sam is pulling your money out of here I am grumbling over a pile of papers and receipts and deputies transcendental as many standard did you laugh we got time to draw some interesting stuff new ideas for tax write off I made it's always the same stuff like medical expenses charities Traver Spain she is you can get tax credit if you have two or more kids Dr L. IRA yes Hey how bout I keep my tax dollars and you take the kids they said no but right now your business expenses I how about beer if I have a crappy day at work I need to get buzz later to forget about it show the culture that Bruce is business related thank you federal government and if I get really wasted from really really having a bad day and I get pulled over for drunk driving why fast come down to the jail to get me where she's using tax money from my paycheck to bail me out a business expense and what if I didn't get pulled over not wrecked the car in St that would not have happened if my job didn't drive me to drink show I'll be able to ride out them repair and any lawsuit John might get from people who show got run over him and how about filling out tax forms always gives me a headache so I need to go out and buy aspirin I should be able to write off at a restaurant called tax forms is related to business and show that me just related to marketing course I hate to take stash Rinjani beer to wash it now another right now and then if the bigger gives me another headache where you do the math what's up miracle.
Florida - Governor DeSantis Says He Hasn’t Decided When To Reopen Schools
"Meanwhile students will continue distant learning this year for now governor Rauner said to says he's made no decision about a possible return date obviously it's going to be based on safety it's gonna be based on consultation with the superintendents the parents and so we're just in a situation where we've got to see where we're going it doesn't mean that they are going to go back but I think we just need to get down this road a little bit further governor says he's planning on creating a task force to determine strategies for re opening the state's various sectors including education restaurants gyms as well
"rauner" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"We will keep you up to date as far as those things are concerned we're hearing some stuff about governor to stand this is John's tracking down over there yes Florida bars and restaurants ordered to stop selling food alcohol on site okay all bars and restaurants according to stop selling video call for on site consumption until further notice governor Rauner said an ounce on Friday I hereby order all restaurants and establishments licensed under chapters five hundred five oh nine with the state of Florida to spend on premises food consumption well that's a kick in the balls but we shouldn't be going to restaurants right now anyway right technically I was trying to decide if I was going to be a driver for you does that I guess it's a no so a lot of restaurants are trying different things as far as adding business our friends over a giggle waters are doing curbside to go go to give the waters dot com they also have delivery through doordash I'll help any restaurant get their word out help people get some food right now because at the end of the day even if you disagree with how we view the press conference where the president or anything at the end of the day all we want to do is help you get through this without losing your mind they help us get through this without losing my mind so keep that in mind okay I don't think there's anything wrong with us saying that we didn't care for the tone of the president and get this I don't think there's anything wrong with you saying that you don't have a problem with that as long as we can discuss it in a civil manner seven two seven five seven nine one two two five but if you'll please pardon a brief interruption we started having Haley on our show I want to say for five years ago she has Livy's hope which she would do a lemonade stand every year and raise.
"rauner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Defense Fagan with a pond gives the flame went above the arc near site gets the top drifting to the right side still on the triple Axel down Chuck Plunkett twelve outside left pulling drives in from the left Rauner mystic repair out Wetzel had a choice takes gotta stop need a bucket Hey Jay Walker sidelined leftist rebels across the key hands the choice choice watch by Fagan now to a beacon sidelined left hi to Scotty hands the boards outside right near sidewalks by fake it shot clock eight Caleb with drives inside got it handled Mr shot but he'll get free throws that looked like pretty good defense to be honest with you making his first eighteen foul free throws for Air Force One one gonna happen god I have got to start getting more confidence in the office Caleb at the free throw line big free throws he was born good ten four forty two left in the game loser goes home season over three throw no good shackle the rebound sixty fifty one south winds down nine four thirty five left in the game thank you hi right transplants flame in the case against Morris towns past Mitchell open bush's found make your client we could get tied up down low Mitchell pointed he was surprised he turned in the worst the defender and then he took it in and it was found by make a kind make it gets his first Dutcher is still a gap in across the way over the eighteen found on air force Mitchell free throw one in one **** got nine it's got four rebounds in the game airforce in the hand twenty three percent she second free throw good sixty two fifty one H. E. Walker with it in the front court for nineteen left in the game which hi left once the screen is to make up higher three high left it's good for me to do that don't sleep on number eleven sixty two fifty four for a one left in the game.
"rauner" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In our caucus are going to look at elementary and secondary education I think we're going to keep looking at undoing the damage to the Bruce Rauner did to the Human Services agency there are you looking at reforming Medicaid and getting better investments for a dollar they're squeezing a couple calls here at lower in Aurora welcome to double that was going on and I'm all for life liberty the pursuit of happiness but I hope that that being cut yesterday played in about your up my car I am so angry a lifelong resident of Illinois but my husband I approaching terminates and just can't wait they and their you're responsible with our tax dollars it's not their job to steal money from me okay can redistribute it on the quote unquote dreams of other people so that they can have have your lives people have to own up to their own responsibility they have not cut spending we had no balanced budget amendment Illinois that I'm aware of and I don't even know this referendum that's coming up on this graduated income tax rate is even a binding referendum I don't even know if they can operate it but being automatically vote on a good feel good about it they may just do what they want and the and so I don't know to get it to to get it done he needs it to pass it is the best okay so I'm just really really the stick of Democrats just wanting more more more more more and they don't even look at the numbers how many people are fleeing Illinois because the tax rate thank you can talk about that the statewide and the Democrats have to wear that last time we had a balanced budget hearing was Jim Edgar bought nationally we are way out over our skis in deficit spending too I mean you can cut you know they offer tax breaks but for them to be tax breaks and I just tax deferments you have to cut spending and the Republicans in charge in DC haven't done that either no I think it should do that before the election a plan to cut five percent off every department maybe eliminate duplicative apartment I think he'd be that much closer to winning again and damage that before the election yeah I I totally agree that hi thanks for much appreciate those quickly squeeze in Jeff here and I do want to be able to tell you about any Johnson's golden parachute but first a Jeff go ahead Hey John I don't all the best argument against the fair taxes you just can't trust the Democrats they raise taxes three times in the last ten years and every time it all this is the last talk talk will make for yourself just can't trust them anymore I always laugh hi but their check should be defeated on that basis alone well for a fair tax I mean a flat tax we can talk about that a great length I don't think I'll ever have but I think it is and I don't like the idea of progressing on tax everybody should play the same rate depending on how much money you make that's the absolute fairest way to do it well coming up in just minutes Tom Bellin co founder and chief cook and bottle washer yeah real clear politics dot com also has a show here Sunday nights at eight I'm not mistaken Tom that'll be here with his take on the Bloomberg last night and of Vegas that debate I watch the entire thing it was interesting I will say that it was interesting like a prize fight was six different people throwing punches so was the sixth so Tom battle beer and then I have talk about any Johnson's golden parachute thanks to the freedom of information act we know exactly how well and he will do in retirement as he try to put Humpty Dumpty back together that coming up with minutes here within minutes here W. alas president trump says he won't pardon Roger stone for now news is.
"So as I mentioned Gerona. Brazilian plant native to the Amazon Basin. In Koran extract is made by proce into seeds into a powder it contains a range of stimulants such as Caffeine theobromine which is a bitter alkaloid of the Cacao plant and it's also direct however. It's mainly acts as a way to relax your muscles and is a cardiac stimulant and Grahn also boasts a number of antioxidants with its anti oxidant profile. Actually being very similar to that of green tea. And I'm sure you've heard of numerous benefits of incorporating green tea until diets. So let's start with the theories that Rauner helps with fat loss much like. Cla's was they will be basically looking about whether the live up to the hype so Grahn is a rich source of caffeine as just said and there is evidence to suggest that caffeine can help boost your metabolism from anywhere between three to eleven percent over twelve hours. So you'll bodies could be burning more calories at rest and what's also interesting that Gerona seeds are known for their high caffeine content around three to seven percent which is actually twice. That found in coffee. Beans Phen- is one of the most research substances in the world. And because of this were on a has not seen very much research because it contains a lot of caffeine itself. And that's what they've chosen to do the research on however it may be more effective caffeine not only because obviously has higher caffeine levels then coffee beans but also because Gerona contains other compounds that may also be beneficial for weight loss as bench before it contains small amounts of Theo brooming and also natural phenol. Anti-oxidants called Catechin which are present in lots of different dietary products. Like your your plants. Your fruits yakult sprees blueberries rapports and catechists are actually the major component of green tea extract and studies have shown that daily consumption of green tea containing six hundred ninety milligrams of Catechin for twelve. Weeks can help reduce body fat so as Catkins are in. Iran is also a suggest that it could help with a loss as well as study called modulator effects of Rauner on adipogenesis found that Grahn has an anti adipogenesis potential media counters adipogenesis which is the formation of fat cells from stem cells. And this is due to its ability to modulate micro Aurigny and genes that are related to this process. So micro army is small. Non Coding Arna that regulates gene expression and therefore biological processes in different tissues. It's also been found. Suppressor genes that aid fat cell production and promote genes that. Slow it down and the some evidence of that she suggests that increases fat oxidation which is the body's usage all fats for energy. Again though I would say that more evidence needs to be done to confirm this as most. The studies have been done on small subject. Pools with with limited amounts of people so a tooth needs to be more research conducted them once again. Studies have also tried to determine whether there's a link between Garonne and improved memory recalling cognitive function because `Grana contains high levels of caffeine. There's suggestions that might help reduce fatigue and they're starting to do more studies on the effect on your sort of cognitive function one. Such study had one hundred twenty nine eighteen to twenty four year olds and they were tasked complete a ten minute version of the cognitive demand battery and this includes a series of different tasks for them to complete and some of the group were taking a vitamin mineral supplement whilst others had a placebo so thirty minutes after having the drink whether it be a placebo or the vitamin MINERAL DRINK. They did six completions of the battery. So our testing and vitamin mineral `Grana combination resulted in improved toss performance in comparison to placebo both in terms of the speed. They complete the toss on the accuracy or performing them throughout so this suggests you know increased mental acuity and the ability to focus and hone your task more. It also showed that there was less mental fatigue when you had the wrong supplement associated extended task. Performance low doses. Grew on of course been found to improve your mood learning. And it's much like the Jin sang which is long been used in Chinese medicine to improve your memory and counteract stress to set shed sort of similar benefits as Jinxiang minutes not truly new tropic which are drugs supplements and other substances that improve cognitive function but from the tests that have been done it may help to energize to function regardless so `Grana has been associated with a number of other health benefits including improve skin condition. Heart health pain relief but again as I've mentioned before. More studies needs to be conducted on larger. Tempur to really conclude whether Rana is a miracle settlement but unfortunately again. We have time for this episode. So if you do want to look further and score on and his health benefits I strongly recommend taking a look. It's very similar properties as I said two green tea benefits so that might be another place to read about
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"By the state of Illinois from two thousand seven until twenty fifteen when then governor Bruce Rauner put the state's fleet of aircraft up for sale in a cost saving measure the luxury chopper was used for V. I. P. transport of the governor and others it sold for half a million dollars and if a database finds it had a current airworthiness certificate issued in September twenty fifteen James Sears WGN news more reaction and reflection on the death of Kobe Bryant coming up in sports with Dave in it other news this morning two people are in custody after police officer was struck by a vehicle fleeing from a traffic stop on the south side thirty say officers were trying to pull over the driver last night near one hundred th and Peoria when the driver took off and hit a parked car as officers approached the car the driver reversed and hit one of them at the office you're hospitalized with non life threatening injuries former national security adviser John Bolton is at the top of the Democrats impeachment wish list for witnesses and a new story in The New York Times today shows just how important Bolton could be ABC news correspondent Jonathan Karl has the story or overnight in the New York times shows just how key former national security adviser John Bolton may be to the case against the president four weeks ago Bolton submitted the manuscript of a book he has written to the White House for a standard review to ensure it does not include any classified information according to the times Bolton rights president trump told him in August that he wanted to continue with holding military aid to Ukraine Intel officials there launched investigate tions into trump's rivals officials in Aurora CO a new center opening this month will be a gathering place for non profit groups entrepreneurs in social innovators it's called the thrive collaborative center.
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"Nation good luck and congratulations in advance so very powerful union has pushed a right to work fan here in Illinois they tried it with the governor Bruce Rauner they tried to get that done but to run it was able to stave that off now with the GT Pritzker a JB prince Kerr the International Union of operations nears large very well funded building trades group was a as I say considerable influence down there in Springfield is a working on this you know let's go to great Hines from crane Chicago business run on this today I great welcome back how are you yeah so this is a proposed constitutional amendment banning right to work laws in Illinois didn't JB prince car already passed along earlier it is always had so what we did sign a law I don't know if he passed himself yeah they say he did sign a long last year that was approved by the General Assembly that prevents a local units of government from doing that kind of thing to do the first round are really pushing to do which is Bruce rattled dearly want right to work legislation state level he knew it was going to happen so he convinced a few a few communities mostly downstate to self local right to work sounds and did not like that at all the you know they say that to the side to be between the employer and employee what state stick in this mountainous in our business for re integrate for people so and now but they have the power to Illinois they're they're trying to run their classes as it were and then make sure that not only do not have or do you have a law this was to be repealed a constitutional amendment to prevent this sort of thing it's much harder repeal constitutional limited just to walk so has the speaker or brand new incentive present weighed in on this because they tend to put on the ballot not yet to my knowledge but the folks I spoken to it the union say their they're encouraged that they think they're going to do well so so they want to put this on the ballot in November along side the graduated income tax yes Sir and that could cause depending on what you think that could cause some problems for governor press here that's a little doesn't mean that you know well it does to argue with two schools of thought of the John and I think the I think the debate is now gone on behind behind closed doors the of the one I given as a well this will turn out this will boost turnout among union households because the unions will be crowned and get people out which would normally be good for Democrats and democratic propositions like a graduated income tax but the other three out there is Hey let's not confuse people I put two listings out there at once particularly the illegal it must not critically give give her give independent voters and some moderate complements the idea that she had people for graduate income taxes the initial I call the money because they because because they have the suspect the people of the purchase people are concerned that mixing these together in people's mind would not be good politics so I'm not quite sure what the soul is a Wisconsin R. a right to work state I don't know about Michigan I Indiana soumis Missouri is an exception to that but almost all the states around us are right to work states with the exception of Mister and it's an interesting section comics bye it's going on in Missouri after they got a new Republican governor and the new conservative legislature couple years ago actually doctor the right to work law which which band so called me and shops you can't force anybody canyon you can't force into a to pay dues to the unique and I want to well the unions organized they did their job and they raise my mind that took us to the voters and I got repealed by the Apollo elected as a whole by rather wide margin nothing can happen increase in Missouri which is a more conservative state that might well suggests what's going to happen here now might take and how much praised I assume that the chamber is come out again so soon the only manufacturers association they are don't know how much muscle liquor they're going to put in it I think to her concern for them is a greater income tax which she really don't like but I think I think what they're going to wait and see whether this makes the the General Assembly and if it does then than some serious money would quote give and I'd be surprised if some of the but returned groups that nationally the hate this kind of thing don't get involved but what could walks Greg Heinze I'm also assuming that GOP leaders like Turk and Brady have already come out against us they have not Sir both of them released what I'd call very guarded statements saying in effect while we want to see with the languages and that'll take positions I found that Connie interesting in it maybe reveals just how much influence this particular group has eight people remember the lock box and then with that passed a couple years ago it was a catches remember to set up a gasoline is taxed or a you have to pay a big feature your driver's license all that money has to go to road projects for the most part well the muscle behind that was the operating engineers teachers smart cookie said noted down that will take what that how to push that may explain why so far Mister Kirk and Mr Brady or not coming out against their sale along we want to study the issue I have to say I think union said compete for workers you know and sensually join our union here you go this what we can offer you a collective bargaining would get a better health care plan for you but I don't like the forced union members have been in the shop at any ana's ET you know I know it I know you're coming from John up and I'm sympathetic to that but I would add a council that if it is I was around the world if you're going to say you can't find some new China union then you can't force then they you can't force the shareholders of a corporation to get big political contribution to Republican candidates the the the the CEO happens to like having you know we both on stock I'm sure in one Cup to another they don't ask us if we want our money spent so if you're gonna do it do it on both sides of the political question because it is everybody knows the youth instead to go democratic and the business guys tend to go public Craig Hinds leave it there thanks very much for Prambanan into your part of bills we can show here on a regular basis we appreciate it Sir I think you're great Hines cranes of Chicago business speaking of money we have a.
Chinese diplomats must notify their moves in US
"D matt's in the united states will have to notify the US authorities before holding meetings with american officials beijing says that the decision breaks international rules run a meter is the director of oxford university's china center he joins us now welcome back to monocle twenty four honor that let's start at the beginning shall we for those i don't know and not includes may interact with diplomats a lot betide and have to ask anybody permission so if you're a resident diplomats and you want to speak to an official from your this country how does that usually work under the vienna convention which is the international treaties essentially regulates these sorts of meetings diplomats is to have significant freedoms in terms of being able to interact in a normal way with institutions and people throughout a particular country this is basically to prevent them from being being held back from speaking to a wide variety of people in the country to get a sense the temperature not just in terms of what diplomats governments say but actually what other members of society the people in universities people in companies private sector and so forth all do say so in that sense this has been part of the diplomatic furniture for quite a long time i'm out is anywhere in the world because let's face it some countries are more free than others we'll many people interpreted in different sorts of ways so i think it's fantasy that if you are particular example a diplomat in north korea your ability to actually want around freely will not be as extensive as it wouldn't some other countries but certainly fair to say that in a country like the united kingdom or the united states diplomats from other countries in general have been fairly free in terms of the way in which they're allowed to interact with the wider population so why now is the US breaking this norm as it would say well it's very important just what it is that the US is proposing or in fact i think we should say they're not actually asking for chinese diplomat's to get permission like a slip or kind of visa internal visas were before meet anyone they're required to let the state department note they're going to have the meeting there's no implication that moment at least that they could be prevented from doing so it's more that is it's a form of annoyance i think the chinese diplomats that the americans trying to put forward that if they want to go and meet a university professor or a company director something of that sort then they would actually have to let the state department now so it's more means of essentially keeping track of what they're doing it's not aimed at stopping them doing it in the first place thirds going beyond i meeting state department officials it's actually any sort of meetings are having the mental at the state bahama know about it that is it but of course what goes the americans would say is that some version this has essentially been what has happened for many diplomats working in china as well the situation there is often a bit fluid i think it's fantasy that i and many other people visited china have met foreign diplomats a cup of coffee that sort of thing on various occasions and that's often quite an informal an easy thing to to do when this diplomats me as citizens i suspect it's more lately that the citizens may find that either an official or unofficial basis summer from the chinese authorities then wants to go and find them in what was it that you actually talked about so even if there is an official system always by which foreign diplomats supposed to let the chinese authorities know who they're talking to in practice it does seem that they have some pretty fictive ways of finding out who those people are well absolutely i've worked as a journalist in china and you can imagine how much fun vacuum bay and suddenly in terms of having mind as coming around with and seeing who you're talking to that happens all the time so beijing saying that it's outraged by what the US is proposing i'm truly a bit disingenuous it isn't your newest i think indian what we're talking about here is the way in which the united states wants to project itself the fact is that we've all got used due to a broad difference in which countries like china say well actually we are gonna monitor and check up on what people do and the US britain franz may say we're free societies where liberal societies we are going to give you much more freedom than we give you a sort of freedom shaming as it were if the united states is now going down a different sort of route under the trump administration in which they say will actually it's going to be much more tit for tat it's going to be exactly the same standards that we operate than it's it's the different sort of of moral message being put forward because the US would no longer be able to say will actually chinese diplomat's or journalists others a much freer here in the US than they would be in china i liked the fact that you've just joined freedom shaming as a thing rauner but i suppose the big question for all of his would all of this be happening with all of this tit for tat happening if we didn't have an ongoing trade war between the US and china probably not i must say there are some rather disturbing aspects of the united states is doing for instance many chinese academics who regularly visit the united states a now being told not not that they're banned but that they can't have for instance multiple entry visas now this might sound like a technical point but basically principally someone well-connected in beijing zipping back and forth to washington new york keeping that conversation going on a fairly easy basis and having to go through a lengthy visa proposal each time they want to come which of course will tend to put them off that reduces dialogue between the two sides and a time of potential trade war and beyond that is actually a dangerous path the US to be sheila thanks for joining us rana that's a matter the director of oxford university's china
Ultraprocessed foods are easy, cheap and could be killing you
"Rauner, new research, says eating sausages, and other ultra processed foods could increase the risk of early death by sixty percent. Two studies published in the bread bit a British medical journal leak, ready meals, and other foods containing high levels have added fat and sugar to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke research found that eating those foods for portions of the day, had a sixty two percent increase mortality risk compared with those consuming less than two servings daily each serving increase the risk of early death by almost a
Officiating becomes focus of Warriors-Rockets Game 1
"Outlets off the heart at the foul line. The control. There. A wild sequence a very apoplectic Mike Tony screaming towards the official. James harden is so difficult to officiate. He's initiating contact. And there was a lot of contact right there. Calls early or no calls for James harden. And of course, the one down the stretch that the NBA said was the correct call warriors would pull out a four point win the series opener rockets, not happy at all with how it came down. But coach Mike dantonio he's moving on yesterday. I shouldn't buddies you guys had a great pity party, and you know, by myself, and then nobody showed up. Walled? So now, you know what? Whether we wanna laws we're gonna bring game Tuesday. And then when when we we're gonna win Saturday, and this is the mentality gotta have and that's part of the game. And I've been all over the points. So it's over I felt sorry for myself. Nobody really helped me out I got throat, and I'll be fine you'll be fine. And you know, what is big game on Tuesday. Mike, Dan, Tony might be moving on Lisi's says he's moving on. But he's those -ation announcing Monday the refs were correct in their pair of no calls in the final seconds. That's at the NBA did say the officials made three crucial. Incorrect calls in the final minute ten of the game, including two would have resulted in Steph curry fouling out. Hurry, those state in the game and wound up making a key three pointer with twenty four seconds to go rockets would like to have had game. What officiated a little bit differently? They were certainly vocal about it. And it's not just game one. They're piping up about the rockets went back and audited game seven from last year's Western Conference finals and into report they sent to the NBA they say, they're Eighty-one. Incorrect calls or no calls. Houston said that deprived them of a spot in the NBA finals. Rockettes may have the New Orleans Saints online to here. Was more. Here's our crew on the jump. The rackets took the league's forty eight minute version of its last two minute report for games they played against Golden State analyze the missed calls that the league Ida fi. But then assign their own point values to what they feel what have fairly come out of those incidents if they were called. So how did the NBA feel about this executive vice president Mike bass told me that quotes as we tell the rackets agree with their methodology? And indeed is that can I looked at it a lot of it is subjective. But regardless it is now also part of the story, which is not what anyone wants during a series that should be its own fireball for the past ball going on on the court. Not for everyone's opinion on the folks in the stripe shirts. Standing nearby. Scotty that is a lot of stuff going on in less than twenty four hours. But it's now all part of this conversation. Do you think the rackets deserve more calls that that would have changed game one? I mean based on what I saw from the rockets into regular-season based on what I've seen James harden. Get into regular season the call. He gets. Yes, he did calls anytime you make contact with a guy when he's still in the air. That's automatically call. I don't care if students at him you have to give him room to come down. You see guys basket all the time shooting. Rauner shooting floaters day get a foul on that contact and they're floating. So it's the same situation would have jumped shooter in in some senses that guys he's fallen boiling. You're not allowed to make contact with the rules of changed a little bit. And I think the way harden launches himself forward because if you watch some of these specially that call at the end of the game, he launches himself. Scotty, I don't know. How many I don't know how much for? But his legs go a bit for they didn't change from. Regular season to the playoffs because he's getting these calls about three weeks ago. Right. But I don't think he should've gotten that calming. According to radio he getting some of them last week. Right. I do think the call your on the league reviewed it. And they said dream on did not fail, and you can't make your landing area as you know, half the court, right? You can't kick your legs out to such a degree that it just becomes everything. And it's to frustration of what they were going skiing. You can try to dodge it, but if you make contact it's a foul, and I felt like the warriors game plan was great because they almost turned their face. They turned their back. They didn't really buy into the file allow the Fisher just automatically call it. And I think that was a big difference maker then them making that call in not making it the Houston Rockets were expecting that very game plan because they have compiled data from every position. Absolutely. Of course. And so they you know, James Harden's game. Let the league in free-throw temps. He needs to get to the line. If you make some shots or Mississippi is gonna go to the line. That's always the case. So if you're Houston, you're going to lay out all these two ticks, and you saw them I did not you're telling me, and I believe you Zach that they're their subjective. Of course, they are. Of course, they are. But I just think it's a shame that this series is going to be focused on
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"Not the people to. If the fans to help me transport, I'll pay them for the media that they come to help with the help of others. She was able to pay for sixty rooms to house the homeless through last night. Down in Orlando at M C O airport eye-witnesses there say someone committed suicide jumping from the top floor of the Hyatt hotel near a checkpoint. Also reports of someone trying to bypass security all departing passengers there right now being forced to go back through security and have their bags cleared this. According to WGN's Hannah Stanley who's at the airport. We will continue to update you as that story develops governor Pritzker saying he's picking up aids programs that he says governor Rauner cut WGN Steve Bertrand with that Pritzker signed an executive order in Rockford to reestablish state funding for testing and treatment programs that he says former governor rounder had discontinued Yoder also directs the state to work with Medicaid managed care organizations to develop a data sharing plan to coordinate care shade officials say nearly twenty four thousand Illinois residents with HIV were receiving Medicaid coverage in two thousand seventeen nearly fourteen hundred people were diagnosed with HIV that year. Steve Bertrand, WGN news and in a scientific. I narrow engineers have created a system which translates thought into intelligible recognizable speech, the technology, monitor someone's brain activity, and reconstruct the words a person here's with unprecedented clarity, the findings were published yesterday in scientific reports. Researchers say this could lead to new ways for computers to communicate directly with the brain and lays.
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"Doug, Jones, federal workers and community activists in federal plaza today demanding the shutdown to end and that they go back to work. The group says they plan to March every Thursday until it does end federal workers rallying in Washington today demanding an end to this shutdown now in its nineteenth day, the AFL CIO organize the event Daniel who did not feel comfortable getting his giving his full name is a forty year old furloughed worker at the Federal Communications Commission been shut out of my job. And we we have not been allowed to do anything. I I wanna work. I wanna go back to work. But but right now, we can't even go in the building. The mother of a former northwestern basketball player that committed suicide in two thousand seventeen is filed suit against alpha Kappa alpha sorority saying hazing attributed to her daughter's death WGN's Kim, Gordon reports the university has now issued a statement regarding that suit university says they remain deeply saddened over the death of Jordan hankins and send condolences to her family and France, the statement also says northwestern is not named in the suit in the sorority involved has been suspended the hankins family believes the hazing caused severe anxiety and depression, which lead to Jordan staff. Kim Gordon WGN news word from the King County health department is if you haven't received a flu shot get one this after a three year old girl died of influenza, December twenty first it is the first confirmed flu related death in who annoyed this season. There is a widespread presence of the flu virus in roughly half of the country. And governor Rauner is talking about his future plans after leaving office. He says his first priority. Spending time with friends and family, then I would get back into private life. I will go to what I very passionate about. And that is building businesses backing entrepreneurs I've done that for more than thirty years building companies starting companies using technology to build businesses. I've been very blessed and very successful at bat. And I want to go back and do that. Some more rounder says he also wants to continue his philanthropy efforts, especially in education, women's health issues and the environment as for any government or political plans. The governor says that's to be determined. We'll check your money sports, traffic and weather next on WGN asked Troy Murray.
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"Predictability is out the window to be honest with myself, and therefore the public and we've never any guarantee as to what the day would bring. Now, there's pretty much guarantee illegal aliens try to bring something why? Something provocative get most. Wall. Something worth talking about. On this planet. The. Her life famous. Happens just for our conversation. Andrea darlas the reporters begins Tuesday United seven on seven hundred twenty WGN K. We're gonna look forward to that coming up. Here's something interesting. We're talking about the Marx brothers double feature that we ran New Year's Eve on WGN family classics double feature the Marx brothers, duck soup and horse brothers being repeated today, two o'clock in WGN. And you know, you would think it's older people who are into the Marx brothers. Here's a text saying eight four seven I have younger sons in their twenties. And we actually watch the Marx brothers movies, my one son commented damn they were way ahead of their time. Some of those insults were brutal. Thanks for sharing those movies. So there is a I I think this is the case as well that these Marx brothers movies are timeless your inspiring new generations to be insulting to be to be mean. An insulting. What roughly eighty years old one of them. I think duck soup was nineteen thirty three. Yeah. Seventy seven. Yep. And honestly, I watched them. I mean, I'm a fan of the Marx brothers. I always have been. But you watch them day are rather genius. It's rather genius comedy that they were doing back then so check it out to to call today being repeated you'd be able to see it on the WGN TV where I will have your Golden Globes recap for tomorrow. We'll talk a little about that coming up in our next half hour. We've got the far forecast. Dave Sean coming up in a second. And he also updates. Our WGN news right now, the general assembly convenience this coming week ushering in the states third century with historic numbers of Democrats running the show and demand for action democratic governor elect Jay Pritzker takes over from Republican. Encumbered job Bruce Rauner after four years of a stalemate in the legislature that prevented a state spending plan for. Two straight years. The first round of talks between the White House and congressional aides made little progress toward ending the government shutdown each side accusing the other of giving no ground more discussions are planned for today. Chicago firefighters cleaned up a diesel fuel. Spill this morning near the south loop train yards. This happening in the sixteen hundred block of south lumber street when a truck was filling up and the driver took off with the hose attached..
Medical Marijuana Expansion Bill Allows Cannabis As Opioid Alternative
"Here you know the governor earlier this week signed a Bill to expand the medical marijuana experiment in, Chicago which is a big deal because governor Rauner by and large has not been I don't want, to say he's been a big. Supporter of the program, but he's. Not been big when it comes to expanding it in and he certainly did this. Week and it has to do, with opioid deaths almost two thousand people died of opioid deaths in Illinois in two thousand sixteen seventy two thousand around the country and the governor is going to allow medical. Marijuana to be used in replace of what. In. Percocet vicodin Oxycontin and things like that What do you make of the governor's move Well I think it is an. Interesting approach to thinking about the opioid epidemic the idea presumably is that a significant component of the opioid epidemic reflects people who develop problems with opioid addiction after receiving prescriptions from their physician for. Any number of things that might require opiates and the idea is that if you can use an alternative, to opiates to help manage those patients symptoms perhaps you can minimize some of the addiction and some the. Problem that, we're seeing that a good assumption I mean how big of? A, problem does come from prescriptions. From doctors well that's a really good question I think that we're just really now learning more about How the epidemic has developed and there are some data that show that some people develop. Addiction problems, after receiving, prescriptions but but someday to show that there's really not a lot of. People, in fact there was a recent study that was published looking at people. Who hadn't been hadn't been using opiates and had some kind of procedure and were prescribed opiates and it turned out that less than one percent of the people who had prescriptions developed problems so. It's a little bit unclear if that's gonna make a big difference in the opioid crisis or where all, of this is coming from and I think the thing for me that's so important about all this and. Raising awareness, is the need for us to know more about it we? Need, we really we really need. More research on who's who's developing problems why they're developing Problems and what is their pathway to that issue so even if it isn't going to alleviate a greatly alleviate the opioid crisis when it. Comes to addiction could you make the argument that it's still medical marijuana is still overall a safer and perhaps maybe not more effective but at. Least a. Safer and, effective replacement for these drugs or do we not even, know that yet Well I think, those are two different questions in terms of the safety issues you know. They're they're they're they're really guests from marijuana alone is highly unlikely we've seen it happened probably in. Kids so at their children are, more susceptible to that kind of extreme, problem but so in in that respect perhaps maybe medical marijuana is, safer, the question about efficacy though I think is an unanswered question and that's in my opinion where we need really a. Lot more work there's some good data that shows that medical marijuana helps improve, nausea in patients who are, receiving chemotherapy it helps adults with chronic pain and it helps adults with multiple sclerosis and some of the specificity issues, there's emerging data about its use I but I don't think? We have great data about whether or not Not marijuana's better than an opiate, for say you. Know an orthopedic. Procedure like if you, broke, your bone and had had a, surgery that way so that I think there's a lot of questions about. Efficacy that remain and you know marijuana maybe safer in some ways and opiates but there's there's huge. Problems with marijuana to you can, have marijuana abuse that's a that's a problem there's you know all kinds of issues related to marijuana use, in, pregnancy and its impact on the unborn child or young children so There's just a lot of unanswered questions so those of us who know nothing about it but has strong. Opinions You. Know well this is obviously the doctors were over prescribing this whole. Thing these opioids they're giving about like candy you seem to be making the case that that's not necessarily true I would like to say that, I don't think we entirely know when you look, when you look at when you look at the NIH website when you look at a lot, of reputable websites there is definitely, this contention that a lot of prescription prescribing patterns have led to this issue and I'm, not necessarily refuting that but what I am trying, to bring awareness to is the fact that if we us. If we sort of pivot how we do, things we need to really think carefully about what, we're pivoting to and if we're. Pivoting to the right, thing we don't know a lot about. Medical marijuana yet. And we need. To learn more if we do pivot it's going to be a big. Pivotal seems like right there. Were forty two thousand patients are approved. Now in the medical marijuana program in Illinois last year about two point Three million. Patients received opioid. Painkiller prescriptions so it has the ability to to dramatically expand the medical. Marijuana experiment in this state Yeah potentially potentially a. Could I think. That, that's to, be
Ex-cop found guilty of murder in fatal shooting of black teenager
"Verdict. Form weeks as, follows we the jury unanimously find the. Defendant guilty of murder as charged in the indictment, that's the verdict in the case against a former, police officer in, Texas ROY Oliver becomes. The first officer found guilty of murder. In Dallas county since nineteen seventy three. He was convicted of killing fifteen year old Jordan Edwards last year when he fired into a carful of teens leaving a house
Sen. Durbin hopes lawmakers will take "inspiration" from McCain's life
"News. A Senator John McCain will lie in state in the state capital on Wednesday event at the. Capitol rotunda Friday is funeral is set for Saturday at the Washington National cathedral US Senator dick Durbin of. Illinois sharing some fun memories of McCain WGN's Pam Jones, would story Illinois US Senator dick Durbin says John McCain displayed incredible courage when it, came to standing, up on important issues Durbin says McCain served, with him on a committee seeking to rewrite the nation's immigration policy, John was always the leader. You. Know, the. The moral leader the effort and he come. Into Similars meetings and just blow up and rage or not moving fast enough I think. This is a crazy idea come up with and you think to yourself I don't want to give them a path of this guy Durbin gave those comments in an interview with, Dean Richards here on seven twenty
Catholics can take steps to expose priests' sexual abuse in the Church
"News, time, is three. O'clock let's get to the newsroom, in Vic Vaughn thanks Nick, fair skies in sixty four degrees at O'Hare governor Rauner signed a Bill creating a merit based scholarship program for Illinois students and a task, force that acts as a liaison between high schools and colleges governor says it's an initiative focused to making college cheaper and Illinois enrollment. At public universities and, community colleges in Illinois have dropped by
RAUNER walks TRUMP tightrope at state fair — SEX-HARASSMENT panel makes recommendations — and LIGHTFOOT pushes back on violence
"Colorado man is under arrest. While three bodies believed to be those of his pregnant wife and two young daughters were found on the property of company where he wants worked surgeon, Ian, Albert of the Frederick police department. It's shattering. Small, twenty plus officers officers. They've been working around the clock on this and and is something that we've been working with the community with the command staff with the town for details. You find people and it's been non-stop,
University of Louisville drops Papa John's name from stadium
"Thousands of dollars for an underage girl on a twitter post thirty five year old george ambrose of dire charged with child solicitation possession of chopper nagasaki and obscene performance court records say he was arranging for the solicitation and purchase of a minor for cash and hosting various obscene images and videos of child pornography on his twitter account the vice president in rosemont today touting trump administration policies and their impact on illinois mike pence saying manufacturing is the lifeblood of the mid west there's another for instance more than six million americans have already received a bonus a pay raise our bigger benefits including fifty five thousand workers here in illinois have gotten a pay raise or a bonus pence was introduced by governor rauner about a dozen protesters gathered along river road during that visit twelve russians indicted for allegedly trying to interfere with the us election the announcement coming as president trump is set to meet with vladimir putin senator chuck schumer is calling for the president to cancel his upcoming meeting with russian president vladimir putin senator mark warner the ranking democrat on the senate intelligence committee says he's afraid the president could be taken advantage of there should be no one on one meeting between this president and mr putin there needs to be other americans in the room republican senators jeff flake and cory gardner have also spoken out hoping the president takes a hard line with putin janine norman abc news washington the fallout continues for papa john's and its founder reports of papa john's founder john schneider used a racial slur during a conference call in may several organizations have started distancing themselves from the company the mlb says it's indefinitely suspended promotions with papa john's the miami marlins did the same and now the new york yankees also say it's suspended its relationship with the company the university of louisville also announced friday it was dropping papa john's name from its football stadium and removing john schnatter's name from its center for free enterprise mark remillard abc news new york and now wgn community corners here's ryan burrow waterpark lincoln we had to joliet and the splash waterpark located at twenty eight seventy shanahan road built in two thousand two as a joint venture by the city of joliette and joliette park district this railroad themed waterpark includes relaxing attractions like tumbleweed past lazy river at pelican ponds zero depth pool for the kids but also a tangle of water slides tunnel and gauntlets this park also hosts birthday parties i'm ryan burrow with community corners and wgn radio and.
Rescue operation underway to save boys trapped in cave
"O'clock is brought to you by car for kids and mr schwab and good morning we have sunny skies and sixty four at o'hare the operation to rescue those twelve boys and their soccer coach in thailand from a flooded cave is now underway officials lawn the operation overnight the rescue of all thirteen expected to take up to four days the first boy expected to be brought out of the cave later this morning here's abc's matt got me poured here today and it's going to continue to rain hard over the next couple of days there is serious concern about more water inside that cave that as the oxygen level has been reduced their over the past couple of days so they are really racing against the clock here and we have word that the first of the rescued boys may arrive around nine o'clock our time we certainly will be following this story all morning four people were hurt when an air ambulance heading for a southside hospital crashed along i fifty seven near the bishop ford yesterday here's wgn's eric rung there were transporting one patient who we are told that was in critical condition on their way to the gary airport that patient is still in critical condition a patient being transported already critical and the flight crew also taken to area hospitals word is they're in stable edition of phoenix immigration judge says a oneyearold honduran boys case raises red flags over a looming court ordered deadline for the trump administration to re unite small children with their families also a federal judge in san diego has given the administration until next tuesday to reunite kids under five with their parents and until july twenty sixth for all others on the dan ryan expressway yesterday thousands of people marching along the expressway in the northbound lanes drawing attention to the cities gun violence governor rauner called the shutdown unacceptable and in a tweet yesterday the mayor said that the peaceful the protest was peaceful no injuries were reported an offduty at city police officer was treated for a gunshot wound yesterday after being shot during an exchange of gunfire getting out of his car the officer said to people exchanged shots with them they drove off the investigations continuing sports traffic.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner proposes gun control measures
"You know the crowd will cheer when they see people that they like james corden we've seen also oprah winfrey and and serena williams who who is dressed beautiful peach gown i mean the whole thing is just really a lot of fun and even though the folks here many of them they have their fascinating on but they're also wearing jeans and tshirts and and they really having a good time it's a great day here in windsor abc's sherry preston reporting the rival of the bride right now being reported as well megan markle right now arriving at the chapel governor bruce round or commented friday on the school shooting in texas offering prayers to the victims of the families and saying that he's proposed a package that includes tougher security measures at school see source officers security police officers highly trained just like the hero in dixon who stopped a shooter it is tracks effectively in dixon we need that in every school that would like it and we also need mental health professionals had live propose ways that we could fund that for each school too keep the school safer earlier this week a score resource officers shot a gunman who opened fire at dixon highschool suspect appeared in court for the first time friday southside pastor john hannah's organizing his annual prayer on benign vincent aimed at calling attention to the country's gun violence especially gun violence within neighborhoods in the city this year hannah has changed the name of the event to march in pray for our lives he says it's its effort to build upon the foundations set by young people protesting mass shootings across the country and it says the church does have a role in combating crime but the real issues are resources and opportunity and challenge communities cannot even chicago police department the church cannot be herod inserts cannot be a teacher but the church championing a face plate that provides support in different areas march and pray for our lives kicks off later this morning on seventy ninth street another iconic chicago.
Iowa family found dead in Mexico died from inhalation of toxic gases, authorities say
"In news is up next sponsored by kars for kids here's dave sean it is partly sunny and thirty one at o'hare it will be another victory celebration for loyola when the ramblers return home this afternoon another rally planned on campuses the team gets ready for the final four team chaplain sister jean watches everything very closely games they always known as for the night everybody every night and so they pass the ball and it's the first time in over half a century that loyola heads to the final four and anti mazer will have much more information in sports the state of illinois is missing some money here's wgn's roger badesch to state audits found governor rauner administration failed to recover seventy six million dollars in overpayments to private insurers handling medicaid claims dating back five years the reviews by auditor general frank martino also found the state paid seventy one million dollars for medicaid services without checking whether the clients were still eligible roger badesch wgn news former president obama says talks with north korea on its nuclear weapons program will be difficult this isn't part because of the country's isolation which minimizes possible leverage like trade and travel sanctions obama talk to a packed hall in tokyo this week and saying the effort to give up north korea give up a nuclear weapons on north korea's behalf will be hard but countries working together will be better than nations working alone investigators in mexico say autopsy results show toxic gases killed the family from iowa inside their vacation condo but questions remained about what happened here's more from abc's reo reshef investigators combed the scene and test the air inside a condo in mexico trying to identify the mysterious gas that killed a family of four while on vacation the bodies of kevin sharp his wife amy and their children's sterling adriana discovered in their condo friday days after they fell out of touch with friends and family and miss their flight back home panicked loved ones later learning the worst overnight mexican officials ruling the cause of death fixation by inhalation of toxic gases here in chicago judge set bail at one hundred fifty thousand dollars for a southside man he's accused of stealing smartphones from several people twentyfouryearold tehran cesar was charged with three counts robbery and one count of theft after being identified as the person who robbed a woman on a c t a platform we'll check sports traffic and weather next on wgn.
Illinois: Dan Lipinski fights off primary challenge from progressive
"In the news sponsored by gilkey window company here steve grzanich good morning everyone thirty one degrees in chicago this morning on our way to forty today the suspect believed to be responsible for a series of bombings in texas has been killed following a confrontation with police police say they traced the suspect to a hotel overnight not far from where a suspicious package was located yesterday ben fled the scene then detonate a detonated a bomb inside his own vehicle police say they're still looking for possible co conspirators and other bombs that may have been shipped or placed earlier the suspect is a twenty four year old white man preliminary turn out from the primary yesterday looks like it's going to be at thirty one percent in chicago and in suburban cook county in two thousand fourteen for the primary for illinois governor the turnout was only sixteen percent in chicago fresh from his primary wind democratic candidate for governor jay pritzker says he's confident he can bring democrats together in the race against republican bruce rauner believe strongly that we have a common set values a core setina values as democrats that i talked about during the campaign bama progressive democrat who believes in the kitchen table issues critter one only about forty five percent of the democratic vote rauner fought off a close battle with fellow republican genie ives rauner and odds were separated by only about four percentage points despite suffering a defeat with the unpopular sweetened beverage tax toni preckwinkle has won the primary for cook county board president former chicago alderman bob fioretti hoped to take advantage of the revolt against the soda tax but his efforts apparently fell short democratic representative dan lipinski is held off a challenge from business woman and first time political candidate marine newman for congress in the third congressional district a mexican immigrant hey seuss chewy garcia has won the democratic nomination for congressman luis gutierrez his seat in washington have decided that the nation is ready to send an immigrant from mexico he's the heavy favorite against republican nominee mark lawrence in the november general election cook county assessor joe berrios has conceded his race to challenge her fritz kagan barrio.
Dan Lipinski fights off primary challenge from progressive
"Sure that police officers opened fire it's not clear what killed that suspect of what we know is there's an active investigation this morning outside a motel on the i thirty five corridor in round rock texas near austin that's not far from the area where the first bomb went off there since been five other bombs connected to the suspect six bombs in all is victims include two people killed several others injured republican governor bruce rauner will face the democratic nominee for governor jay pritzker in november both spoke last night after term primarily victories you have given me the chance to win the battle against the corruption that plagues illinois general election begins right now prince courtesy expected to be out later this morning greeting commuters that c t a l stations he's also holding a press conference around noon democratic representative dan lipinski has held off a challenge from businesswoman and first time political candidate marine newman there's been no victory speech by lapenne ski yet and no concession speech by newman it's very close but with more than ninety eight percent of the votes counted as of last night lepinski had a two percent lead other primary results to garcia will succeed congressman luis gutierrez cook county commissioner joe berrios has conceded to his main challenger fritz cagey he did so last night congratulated kagan said that he would not challenge the election results in court cook county board president toni preckwinkle claimed victory last night she easily won another term a defeated a challenge from alderman bob fioretti with no republican candidates in the ratio likely retained her job in november a holocaust denier has won the republican primary and illinois's third congressional district says seventy year old arthur jones was the only republican on the ticket and the page county board chairman says it's election commission there has failed voters in calls its performance on acceptable they're still counting ballots they had.