35 Burst results for "Representative"
Justice Department Sues Texas Over GOP-Drawn Voting Maps
"Jim queue up for me cut one This is Merrick Garland yesterday announcing that the Justice Department is suing the state of Texas because they don't like its redistricting map and they want to make sure Merrick Garland gets more Democrats elected 'cause he's running DoJ pack Check this out Today the Justice Department has filed suit against the state of Texas for violating section two of the Voting Rights Act As the Supreme Court has observed a core principle of our democracy is that voters should choose the representatives not the other way around Section two of the Voting Rights Act requires the state voting laws including laws that draw electoral maps provide eligible voters with an equal opportunity to participate in the democratic process and elect representatives of their choosing The complaint we filed today alleges that Texas has violated section two by creating redistricting plans that deny or bridge the rights of Latino and black voters to vote on account of their race color or membership in a language minority group No black voter Hispanic voter in Texas is being denied the right to vote This guy is entirely full of crap He is a BS artist of the highest order He is an existential threat to liberty and freedom in this country He is using a significant powers of monopoly the government has on the use of force They do We are not mercenaries in the country The government is a monopoly on the use of force He is on top of that the federal law enforcement infrastructure as the attorney general He is weaponizing that to attack a political party the Republican Party Did you notice he is not attacking the map in Maryland He is not attacking the redistricting map in Illinois He's only attacking the redistricting map because he doesn't like it in the state of Texas Why would he be doing that Because it's a Republican leaning map which may elect more
AG Merrick Garland Files Lawsuit Against Texas Over New Redistricting Maps
"Go ahead Democracy is that voters should choose the representatives not the other way around Section two of the Voting Rights Act requires the state voting laws including laws that draw electoral maps provide eligible voters with an equal opportunity to participate in the democratic process and elect representatives of their choosing The complaint we filed today alleges that Texas has violated section two by creating redistricting plans that deny or bridge the rights of Latino and black voters to vote on account of their race color or membership in a language minority group Now what's all that mean That's all that mean Means they took the statute and it took Supreme Court precedent and they threw it at Texas They threw it against the wall like darts And they're hoping that they get a positive decision If they don't they've created a rhetorical basis for trashing the court Blaming it on the concerns of the court and on and on
GOP Rep. Nunes leaving Congress for Trump social media firm
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting G. G. O. O. P. P. representative representative Devin Devin Nunez Nunez is is leaving leaving the the house house to to join join former former president president trump's trump's new new social social media media firm firm Republican Republican representative representative Devin Devin Nunes Nunes of of California California is is leaving leaving Congress Congress at at the the end end of of the the year year to to join join former former president president Donald Donald trump's trump's fledgling fledgling media media company company a a statement statement from from the the trump trump media media and and technology technology group group says says Nunez Nunez will will serve serve as as chief chief executive executive officer officer Nunez Nunez was was one one of of trump's trump's most most devoted devoted loyalists loyalists in in Congress Congress the the house house intelligence intelligence committee committee impeachment impeachment hearing hearing in in November November twenty twenty nineteen nineteen Nunez Nunez said said it's it's obvious obvious that that Democrats Democrats are are trying trying to to topple topple the the president president solely solely because because they they despise despise the the company company trump trump is is launching launching is is intended intended to to rival rival Twitter Twitter which which blocks blocks trump's trump's account account in in January January following following the the storming storming of of the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol Mike Mike Rossio Rossio Washington Washington
Senate passes stopgap funding bill, avoiding shutdown
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the Senate Senate passes passes a a stop stop gap gap funding funding bill bill avoiding avoiding a a government government shutdown shutdown the the threat threat of of a a late late year year federal federal government government shutdown shutdown was was averted averted Thursday Thursday night night as as Congress Congress passed passed a a stopgap stopgap spending spending bill bill that that funds funds the the government government through through February February eighteenth eighteenth the the Senate Senate passed passed the the measure measure late late Thursday Thursday with with Majority Majority Leader Leader Chuck Chuck Schumer Schumer boasting boasting I'm I'm happy happy to to let let the the American American people people know know that that government government remains remains open open the the bill bill passed passed sixty sixty nine nine twenty twenty eight eight despite despite a a bid bid by by Republican Republican senator senator Mike Mike Lee Lee of of Utah Utah to to block block the the measure measure to to show show opposition opposition to to Biden Biden administration administration vaccine vaccine rules rules I I am am for for my my colleagues colleagues please please join join me me in in voting voting to to protect protect the the American American worker worker earlier earlier the the house house advanced advanced the the bill bill with with representative representative Adam Adam Kinzinger Kinzinger of of Illinois Illinois the the lone lone Republican Republican voting voting for for the the measure measure the the bill bill now now goes goes to to president president Joe Joe Biden Biden for for his his signature signature Mike Mike Crossey Crossey up up Washington Washington
House to hold vote to avoid Friday government shutdown
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the house house votes votes to to avert avert a a government government shutdown shutdown but but Senate Senate action action is is still still needed needed twenty twenty one one the the nays nays are are two two hundred hundred and and twelve twelve the the bill bill is is passed passed the the house house has has passed passed a a bill bill that that funds funds the the federal federal government government through through February February eighteenth eighteenth avoiding avoiding a a shutdown shutdown that that would would commence commence after after midnight midnight Friday Friday representative representative Adam Adam Kinzinger Kinzinger of of Illinois Illinois was was the the only only Republican Republican voting voting in in favor favor the the Senate Senate must must still still approve approve the the measure measure and and Republicans Republicans could could hold hold up up the the bill bill over over opposition opposition to to president president Joe Joe Biden's Biden's covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine mandates mandates speaking speaking to to reporters reporters earlier earlier Thursday Thursday Biden Biden voiced voiced confidence confidence there there will will be be a a shut shut down down I I don't don't believe believe that that will will happen happen we we have have everything everything in in place place to to be be able able to to make make sure sure if if there's there's a a shutdown shutdown but but in in the the fifty fifty fifty fifty Senate Senate objections objections by by even even one one senator senator could could slow slow a a final final vote vote past past Friday's Friday's midnight midnight deadline deadline causing causing a a short short term term shutdown shutdown into into the the weekend weekend Mike Mike Ross Ross yet yet Washington Washington hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi you're you're reporting reporting the the house house votes votes to to avert avert a a government government shutdown shutdown but but Senate Senate action action is is still still needed needed twenty twenty
Rep. Chip Roy Talks About New Defense Bill Where Women Would Be Drafted
"Explain that you text me about two things that drew my immediate attention Tell America what's going on Yeah well this week we've got two big bills that are going to be coming up The national defense authorization act which course is important for funding and authorizing our defense But in it is a new provision that we've never had before a provision that would add women to the draft The second thing that's up is the continuing Let's slow down on that Hold on let's do that one first Okay Add women to the drift You know chip I'm older than you And I remember when actually we would have a national discussion about these things before people get slipped this crap into these bills Now who put it in the bill Do we know and did any Republicans vote for it Well this is the exact point right The national defense authorization act the NDAA passed out of the House of Representatives with two thirds two thirds mark of Republicans voting for it with a provision in it that included drafting women also a provision that had red flag laws in it to go after guns of our service members as well as all sorts of garbage for climate training and diversity stuff But importantly drafting our daughters for the first time in history And so a lot of us have raised that issue It's gone over to the Senate and they're about to vote on it They voted on closer tonight Now good news They actually denied cloture Mitch McConnell and the Senate Republicans denied cloture tonight So I think there's a debate on the other amendments to the bill So I'm trying to elevate and I wrote a letter to Mitch McConnell and to Kevin McCarthy saying the official position of Republicans should be that under no circumstances should we vote for the national defense authorization act if it continues to include this provision to draft women or at least as an at least get rid of the draft
German soldiers face vaccine mandate as COVID cases rise
"The German ministry is making a coronavirus Schultz compulsory for troops amid a growing debate on whether to introduce a general vaccine mandate to counter rising infections that the defense ministry has confirmed a report on a German ministry blog the officials and soldiers representatives agreed late on Monday to add the coronavirus shocked to the list of vaccines soldiers have to get the measure still needs to be formally added to military regulations the ministry has said in a statement also on Monday the state department urged Americans not to travel to Germany because of rising case numbers and to ensure that fully vaccinated if they do I'm Charles de Ledesma
Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Roger Stone, Alex Jones
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting the house January six panel subpoenas Roger stone and Alex Jones the house select committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the US capitol has issued subpoenas to five more individuals including Roger stone an ally of former president Donald Trump and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones the subpoenas demanded documents and testimony from stone Jones and three people accused of organizing and promoting the two rallies that took place January sixth in the nation's capital representative Bennie Thompson the democratic chair of the panel said we need to know who organized planned paid for and received funds related to those events the committee also wants to know what communications organizers had with officials in the White House and Congress Mike
GOP Leader McCarthy Spoke for More Than 8 Hours to Delay Passage of Spending Bill
"Kevin McCarthy to his great credit gave the longest speech in house history yesterday. Trying to create the public media drum beat to try to have people start to actually care that the House of Representatives is about to embark on the most radical unprecedented? Public domestic spending agenda in the history of our country. Let's play cut 88 Kevin McCarthy. Nobody elected Joe Biden to be FDR. But AOC said I did, cut 88. It's no secret that this bill is too extreme, too costly. And too liberal. Just a few weeks ago, congresswoman Abigail spanberger said nobody elected Joe Biden to be FDR. AOC interrupts him and says, I did. That's that's what colleges create self centered individuals who are miserable. It went on last night where House Democrats started heckling Kevin McCarthy and saying I can't wait mister speaker and tells them not to lower their mask or they will get the fine play cut 98. After one party rule in Washington, the changed by executive order, I can wait mister speaker. They can finish their conversation. You can finish. No, you can finish. Don't lower your mask. You'll get fined. You're gonna get fined. I'm just warning you. Gentlemen will suspend. Kevin knows he's gonna be speaker next
Congressman Jim Jordon Explains the GOP's 3-Step Plan to Rein in Big Tech
"Congressman Jordan, I was invited after the election to meet with one of the top members of not the political conservative class, but the RNC itself. And I said, fine, I'll meet with you. We had lunch very close to my studio here and I he asked me my advice as to what should happen now. Now that allegedly Biden won. And I said, if you guys want to be taken seriously by America, by at least 74 million Americans, if the Republicans want to be seen as serious, there's only two issues you must prioritize right now. One of them is election integrity. We've got to get serious on making it impossible or hard to steal elections even in cities like Philadelphia and Chicago. The second thing I said is big tech. You've got to be as serious as a heart attack on stopping the censorship of any American. Will you talk to us about what you're seeing from your colleagues? Does the GLP get it? Do we have a plan when it comes to big tech congressman? Yeah. Yeah. The first thing is, take away their liability protection. At a minimum, we've got to get rid of the section two 30. Take away this immunity, this liability protection that they've enjoyed. They're making editorial decisions. They're sensitive and conservative. I always always tell the story that this was a couple of summers back. I guess we'll come back in 2018. But Matt Gates gives me a call, and he says, Jim, Twitter is shadow banning us. And I'm like, I didn't know which out of any man. I said, well, that sounds terrible. Now, what is he explained to me? Turned out it was. They were in fact a shadow banning Gates represented Meadows representative Nunes and myself. So you got 435 members of Congress, got a hundred senators 535, only four. Only four were being shadow banned by Twitter. And it happened to be right in the middle of the whole Trump Russia investigation when we were pushing back on all the BS coming from the Justice Department. So this becomes a news and Twitter sends out a statement that says well, it was just a glitch in our algorithm. And I'm like, glitching your algorithm, what did you put in the algorithm the names Gates Meadows known as Jordan? Give me a break. So you're exactly right. So that's step one. Step two is we actually need to get that. There are some antitrust cases happening. We need to get those to the Supreme Court on an expedited fashion, so that we can get an answer. It sure seems like justice Thomas wants to look at this. Are these companies so big and so powerful that we need to break them up? Do we need to reform our antitrust? How do we have to do it? So we think that is that's the second avenue that we have to do. And then third, we need to look at, I think, regular Americans having a private right of action against these companies, the ability to sue when they censor you when they take down your content, when they throttle back your ability to reach people via social media. So I think those are the three things that we're trying to look at, but certainly to start its dissection two 30, that needs to happen
Federal Investigators Launch Civil Rights Probe Into Southlake, Texas Schools
"I want to pivot here to a story that is, it's really, it's a massive story. It's out of southlake, Texas, federal investigators, this per NBC News launched civil rights probe into southlake, Texas schools. Now you will remember that south Lake became one of the hotbeds in this CRT school board battle that has been raging across the country with concerned parents. Now yesterday Charlie did an amazing job covering memo gate as we are thus dubbing it. Where it is now become clear that despite Merrick Garland's claims that there was no FBI, you know, surveilling of parents, that is indeed the case, a whistleblower has come forth. Some of our favorite representatives like Jim Jordan out of Ohio have been leading on this issue, actually, we have Jim Jordan's going to be joining the show here soon for a long form discussion here shortly. It's also got a great book out, recommend everybody checking it out. So Jim Jordan's been out front on memo gate. Now, we find out that there's something brewing. And I don't love the direction. There's two simultaneous concurrent streams that are running counter to what we all thought we learned after Virginia. After even New Jersey was too close to call an election night. After Republicans swept races all across the country. Even in Seattle. What were the messages? That we thought we learned? Well, that CRT is dumb, and that parents don't like it, and that it's a losing issue for Democrats. And that Republicans get rewarded when they fight things like CRT. When they don't take a neutral stance in the public square, but fight it with everything they've got and they say, listen, I'm going to exercise state power and not cop out on some, you know, we believe in small government, which we do, but these are not mutually exclusive things. The government as constituted in the United States of America is designed fundamentally to protect the rights of its citizens. And to predict the right to protect the rights of parents. And what conservatives too often do is they hide behind that as a excuse to do nothing
Mike Is DONE Talking All Things COVID
"Obviously the government is overreaching. We got a bunch of Republican elected representatives who are pushing back against weaponizing osha for mask mandates or vaccine mandates rather. I'm just tired of it. You got the mayor of D.C., no more indoor mask mandates, while she's wearing a stupid. I mean, it's just enough. It's enough, and I'm done. So, with that in mind, your little tympani roll Erik will get will make him do a little announcement here. As of today. We are no longer going to have conversations about COVID numbers, mask mandates, vaccines, I want you to live your life, do what you think is right, do what you think is best, do what's right for your family for your set for yourself for your health, your body, but I'm done. It annoys me and I think it frustrates the audience and see, I've got a kind of a funny mission. My mission is to invite people to feel good about a radio show. I want to attract listeners not change them
House to vote on censuring Gosar for tweet on Ocasio-Cortez and Biden
"The house is expected to vote today to censure Republican representative Paul Gosar for tweeting an anime video depicting him killing democratic representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez with the sword Democrats say Gosar's actions amount to threatening another member's life calling the video which included him attacking president Biden so beyond the pale Republicans argue it should have been referred to the house ethics committee or handled by the GOP conference goes R. says it was not meant to depict harm but instead a symbolic portrayal of a fight over immigration policy the center would also strip Gosar from his committee assignments I'm
ZOA's David Schoen: Jan. 6 Congressional Committee Is a 'Complete Sham'
"So basically what you're saying is you want to let the process play out with the courts with the challenges because what they're demanding is well beyond I can ever think of a Congress demanding from a former president and his allies or staff or advisers or whatever I don't ever remember a case like this This sort of thing Am I right about that And think about you're right about that And think about this some more First of all there are office of legal counsel opinions directly on this that they are not to subpoena executive branch and even former executive branch people for this kind of thing Secondly what mister Bannon asked for was simply to have a representative of the person who invoked the privilege present so that they can make a item by item objection during the testimony of something came as privileged but think about this Think about who is demanding these items and the vindictive nature of this punishment You have a committee here that's a complete sham The American people deserve better If you really want to investigate the facts of what happened on January 6th then you don't have it headed up by chairman Benny Thompson Chairman Benny Thompson sued president Trump And in that lawsuit he represented to the court that the entire incident was instigated by president Trump himself that president Trump supported white supremacists that he Thompson's life was put in grave danger And this is the responsibility of the president How on earth can the American people stand to have someone like that leading an investigation That's no investigation What happens when it comes with effects that dispute that Then you've got Adam Schiff on there His history is well known I think to your listeners Jamie Raskin Jamie raski was the lead prosecutor president Trump's impeachment in which he specifically alleged that the president was responsible for January 6th This is a sham And these are the people demanding the documents Thompson has his own interest saying that he was personally put in danger And now criminal charges brought against mister Bannon Changing his
Democrats Plan an Aggressive Strategy on Critical Race Theory
"Jim don't worry the Democrats have a new plan after the drubbing they took at the polls Couple of weeks you don't know where they got a new play I haven't told Jim about this This is not a bit we're doing They've got a new plan to rescue their parties It's just broke This came over just a few minutes ago as I was looking at it new Democrats strategists planned to get aggressive Jim on critical race theory Worked so well as though Yeah yeah saying Republicans are putting politicians in charge of the classroom and white supremacists in charge of the curriculum That really works well Gee as Carol markowitz notes solid plan Can't see any holes there You guys did so well with that approach You parents bunch of crazed white supremacists Damn it will teach your kids to be racist if it's the last thing we do Shut your mouth you domestic terrorists that worked out great Worked out great we almost lost New Jersey Stayed Biden won by 16 points Great job Democrats keep that up Who's running your strategy Yeah Jim says the Republicans could pick up a hundred seats with that The House of Representatives would be 430 to 5 If you just keep it up Democrats wish Listen I'm not kidding to the Democrat strategists out there Please do that I'm not trying to dissuade you from doing it at all It's an awesome play It's gonna work out swimmingly Please roll forward with that plan Keep going Damn the torpedoes Full speed ahead Keep going We love this plan This is where can I donate Where can I donate to the pack and the group of idiot activists that want to triple down on this one Because my money is your
Wyoming GOP votes to no longer recognize Cheney as a Republican
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the Wyoming GOP votes to stop recognizing representative Liz Cheney as a Republican the Wyoming Republican Party voted over the weekends to no longer recognize representative Liz Cheney as a member of the GOP the state party Central Committee voted thirty one twenty nine Saturday in its latest rebuke of Cheney in February the Wyoming GOP Central Committee voted to censure Cheney for voting to impeach former president Donald Trump for his role in the January sixth right at the US capitol Cheney is Wyoming's only U. S. representative in remarks on the house floor in may Cheney was resolute remaining silent and
Gregg Jarrett on Adam Schiff's Disgraceful Legacy
"Greg Gerry, you sent me a piece on Friday entitled Adam Schiff's disgraceful legacy. Right there, we heard him say the following. Anyone who lied to Christopher Steele. Or the FBI should be prosecuted. What about chairman of the intelligence committee of the House of Representatives who lied to America for four years about their having seen the quote incontrovertible evidence of Russian collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow? There are a lot of liars associated with the great Russia hoax and the ensuing witch hunt. Hillary Clinton, Christopher Steele, Igor steel source, I'd add James Comey to the list. But in my book, I wrote in the column, the most remorseless liar of all the flagrant huckster of hysteria over the Russia hoax is none other than Adam Schiff. Which Sean Hannity loves to call shifty shift. I mean, he is the most mendacious of them all. I mean, he is the top of the party not in terms of who lied the most and most often for four years. That's right. You know, he'd walk a mile for a camera shift did hundreds and hundreds of interviews with the stock up media. They didn't know a damn thing because they didn't bother to actually investigate any of the allegations or try to corroborate any of the dossier they simply took it as gospel as if it were scripture from Moses. You know, and so they are winning accessories the media. But they were played for fools. They were winning dupes. And at the hands of people, like Adam Schiff, who kept insisting over and over again, week after week year after year for years that he had in convertible evidence that Trump was a Russian asset who plotted with Putin in the bowels of the Kremlin to steal the 2016 election he said he had concrete evidence, absolute evidence, he'd seen it with his own eyes. We're just on the verge of the big reveal and he promised again and again, he was going to reveal it, but oh, you know, it's classified information right
Women in Argentina claim labor exploitation by Opus Dei
"More than forty women have filed a complaint to the Vatican against opus dei for alleged labor exploitation and abuse of power and of conscience open state has ninety thousand non clergy members in seventy countries the group has a unique status in the Catholic Church and reports directly to the pope the complaint alleges the women often minors at the time labored under manifestly illegal conditions this included working without pay for twelve hours plus per day without breaks except for food or prayer opus day says it has not been notified of the complaint to the Vatican but he's been in contact with the women's legal representatives in order to find a solution I'm Walter Ratliff
"representative" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem
"Hands down. Maternal mortality rates are more than twice as bad in the us as any other developed nation. Right this is awful. We often have this idea of well. Our private healthcare system. We get the best outcomes right even though we have to pay a little more this is not true. We are getting worse outcomes with our healthcare system and black moms diet three to four times the rate of white moms one of the whitest of all racial disparities in women's health. This is a serious issue and the issue has been getting worse not better over time and we just don't hear enough people talking about it when it comes to return mortality allowed times people think. Oh like you have to be or this is a issue that affects poor people. This is an issue that affects uninformed people are. This is an issue that affects people. That don't have health insurance. But that's not necessarily the case. If you listen to beyond say she has a story to tell. There are women who are rocking it. On the tennis. Court such as serena williams and she tells her story often about what she had to deal with when she was giving birth and they're women like chalan irving who an epidemiologist with the this is a woman who had a phd. She worked in medical science and despite having all the information despite having healthcare despite being surrounded by people who know what's going on and being able to have really informed conversations about her pregnancy. She still died so when it comes to this. We have to acknowledge that there is a racial disparity when a comes to mature mortality. Were black women are a lot more likely to die whether or not you're educated whether or not you have insurance so this is not necessarily about socio economics. There's something deeper going on here it. I've had a lot of experience advocating either for myself or my mom when she had brain cancer. And i learned a lot about how to communicate with medical personnel. You really have to advocate for yourself. But i think the issue that we see as women and we all know people who've had we ought to people have medical experiences of physicians just not listening and it's also true that women are more likely to be sent home when they're having a heart attack or stroke because they're not listened to their told things zaidi. You're fine you just need to relax..
"representative" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Representative Chrissy Hoolahan from Pennsylvania is on the House Foreign Affairs Committee will ask her what she'll ask Blinken. I'm Noel King, and I'm a Martinez. Congress also has a busy month ahead, deciding on the spending bill and funding the government. Also have an anti parasitic animal medication is being used by some in South Africa as a covid 19 treatment despite the government warning against it and selling homes in flood zones. It's Monday, September 13th He's made beautiful music with Kanye and Beyonce. Producer Swizz Beats is 43. The news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm trial. Snyder on Capitol Hill today. House lawmakers are set to hold the first public hearing on the Biden ministrations withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. NPR's Deidre Walsh will be keeping tabs on Secretary of State Tony Blinken is definitely going to be on the hot seat this week. He can expect a lot of tough questions about why this administration didn't have a plan to get all Americans and our Afghan allies out by the August 31st deadline. He's also going to be pressed about the Taliban. The leadership of control the country now and what kind of diplomatic relationship the U. S. Will have with them and the other side of the Capitol. The Senate is returning from its summer recess. With Democratic leaders seeking to complete work on their social spending priorities. Democrats have set a September 27th deadline to pass a $3.5 trillion budget package. With no Republican support in the Senate. Democrats will have to remain unanimous. However. West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin says the cost will need to be slashed to win his support. President Biden traveling West today to survey damage from the devastating wildfires in California, NPR's Kirk Siegler reports will also stop in Boise for a briefing with federal fire managers who are warning that resources are stretched thin. President Biden will visit the National Interagency Fire Center where the federal firefighting responses Planned and coordinated. It's all hands on deck here at the moment with the U. S. Government's wild Land fleet operating at preparedness Level five for an extraordinary two months Now, that means that all available resources are deployed and that if a new fire ignites and starts spreading towards infrastructure in towns Resources are pulled off Other big fires. President Biden will zero in on the effects of climate change, making these mega fires worse with a plug for the millions of dollars for wildfire prevention and forest management in his infrastructure bill. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise Well he's in California President Biden is planning to campaign alongside Governor Gavin Newsom. The two are to appear to get out the vote rally in Long Beach tonight as voting in the states we call election comes to an end tomorrow, researchers trying to determine whether people who experience so called breakthrough infections can develop long covid when some symptoms of the illness persists beyond a few weeks, Here's NPR's Rob Stein, it's become increasingly clear that unvaccinated people can develop long covid. Even from mild covid 19 cases. So researchers are following people who get infected, even though there are fully vaccinated to see if symptoms like fatigue and shortness of breath. Last more than a few weeks, At least a couple of studies have now produced evidence suggesting that mild breakthrough infections could lead to long covid. Researchers say they need to follow these patients longer to determine whether that's the case. And if so, how often it occurs and why. Rob Stein. NPR NEWS This is NPR. Live from news. 88 7,.
"representative" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"Conflict management person. That is just insanely awesome. And i just want to say our listeners. Like this is what leadership looks like. And i think people like representative kilmer and the others on his committee. Really you guys are going to build trust with the american people because they in and day out in a committee. That's not on tv. You guys are delivering for the americans. Thank you i appreciate. I appreciate that and we've got a lot of work to do. I think part of the reason you seen our committee get extended now a couple times is just a recognition that we're on the right track and that there's disappointing meat on the bone when it comes to doing things to make congress work better and we're gonna we're gonna try to get as much as we can within the time. Our committee exist. So we've talked a lot about your committee. We've talked about the great work you've been doing. And maybe there's some americans and we have international asserts. maybe they're thinking about their political processes as well. What would you say to those folks out there who are like this sounds amazing. How can we support this. How can we. Maybe make sure that it continues. Make sure that the recommendations of this committee makes actually be implemented. What would you say to folks who are curious about that. A few things one encourage people to follow the work of the committee you mentioned. Our website is modernized. Congress dot house dot gov and we've got social media sites and we put up our hearings on on our site so understand informed to every person who's listening to your podcast who lives in the united states is represented by somebody and i encourage them to reach out to their member of congress and and and really to engage them on the work of fixing congress. I think one of the most important things we can do is just have the institution function better. And i think it's fair for For for constituents to say hey you know how. What are you doing How invested are you in making congress. Work better for the american people and then three. We have on our website the ability for the public to engage if they have ideas if they have suggestions We're we're we're trying to kind of crowd source. I mentioned we've been pulling on experts but among the experts are just the american people know how things ought to work and how things should work. My observation is the american. Public is exhausted with the dysfunction in washington. Dc and their right to be exhausted. And i think the citizenry at large is and should be as invested as anybody. Seeing this committee work. Well i'll be sure to let my representative dave joyce who is on the committee to let them know that he should continue being on the committee so Thank you for that..
"representative" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"Representative kilmer. Welcome to the podcast to be with you. Thanks for having me. Yeah thanks for joining us. This is the first current political person that we've had. We had might davila on earlier. But john kroger and john kroger. That's right but i guess let's just start with this episodes about modernizing congress. So let's why do we need to modernize congress will. I will start off by acknowledging the as a member of congress. I'm part of an organization that according to recent polling is less popular than headlines colonoscopy is in the rock band nickelback and based on what you've seen over the last many years you've got a pretty good sense of why that's the case you've seen government shutdowns. You've seen bickering. That often looks like it's a takeoff on the jerry springer show and i think at this point as an institution congress is punching below. Its weight on. My observation is most functional organizations. Do some introspection the ones that do it. Well do it regularly and try to figure out how they can improve their performance in congress that happens about once every twenty or thirty years or so so congress will about every twenty or thirty years create a committee to look at the function of congress. And that's that's the committee. I chair now. The select committee on the modernisation of congress which makes it sound a little bit like the. It help desk. But you know really is focused on. How do you have a congress that functions better for the american bowl. And that's really our north star in the work that our is doing fantastic. So whose idea was it to start the select committee so about three years ago you started to see some conversations a few months before the election to say right now. We don't know who's going to be in charge. And can we have some discussion around. Maybe changing some of the rules of this place so that might function a little bit better and you had democrats and republicans sitting down around a table saying. Let's look at the at the beginning of each congress. There's a rules package where you basically set the rules of the road and we started identifying things that should change and interestingly enough we would have these conversations and inevitably someone would mention something like and we need to fix. Congress uses technology and we said well. That's not really a rules thing. That's that's definitely a thing. Congress has been described as an eighteenth century institution using twentieth century technology to solve twenty-first-century problems. But it's not really something that should go in the rules package so we kind of put it in this sort of you know the player to be named later. Box right And then you someone would say well you know we gotta do something about staffing congress's notorious for burning through staff and having a low rate of retention and we all acknowledge. Yeah that's the thing that needs to be worked on but probably not in the rules package and we identified. Probably a dozen of those types of issues at which point we said so what what should we do you know. We had some good ideas around rules changes and then we so. What do we do with this package of things that also requires some analysis and hopefully some.
"representative" Discussed on United States Citizenship - Civics Test Podcast
"Act hello and welcome to this episode of the united states citizenship. Civics test podcast. I'm your host andrea giordano from study with andrea dot com. The journey towards citizenship is long. And that's why. I'm here to help you pass the test and raise your voice question number twenty three name. Your us representative the answers for this question will vary depending on where you live in the country. For example if you live outside of the fifty states in a u. s. territory with nonvoting delegates or resident commissioners. You would provide the name of that delicate or commissioner or you could also say that your territory has no voting representatives in congress however the majority of people taking this test live in the fifty. Us states because of this. You will need to locate your specific us representative remember. There are four hundred and thirty five. Us representatives so. I have created a way for you to find out who your us representative is. Just go and download my free. Pdf of the citizenship. Test guide at study with andrea dot com slash u. s. a. that's study with andrea dot com slash u. s. a. in that free. Pdf you will be able to find instructions for how to locate your us representative so again. That question is name your us representative. And the answer can be found by downloading my free pdf at study with andrea dot com slash u. s. a. Thanks so much for joining me on. Today's podcast this. Podcast is made possible by the resources available at steady with andrea dot com slash u. s. a. at study with andrea dot com slash usa. You can download all one hundred civics lessons plus my citizenship guide and audio flash cards for a quick and easy memorization of all one hundred questions and answers. Thanks again for joining me on today's podcast..
"representative" Discussed on KCRW
"Representative Andy Kim of New Jersey. Bought a blue will suit off the rack during post holiday sales. J Crew, cobalt blue standard cut Representative Kim look forward to wearing the suit to President Biden's inauguration on January 20th. At first, Mr Kim, a Democrat who represents New Jersey's third District War, his new suit to work in the halls of Congress on January 6th. Counting, certify the ballots from the electoral college. He was on his way to the House chamber around one p.m. that day when the U. S Capitol Was invaded by a mob trying to overturn the election by force. Representative Kim made it back to his office, where he and his staff barricaded their doors. Stayed there for eight hours until the capital had been secured in Congress resumed its constitutional duties. After foiled insurrection. It was the most emotional experience I've ever had on any job, he told us and before being elected to Congress, Andy Kim worked under both Republican and Democratic administrations at the Pentagon, State Department and National Security Council. There was broken glass. When I got to the rotunda. He remembers garbage litter bottles and cigarette books. People put out on statues. I felt heartbroken. The capital is the physical form of Article one of the Constitution, he told us All legislative powers vested in Congress. So I found a role of trash bags, got down on my knees and just started trying to clean up a place I love. AP photographer Andrew Harnett came across him and pictures of representative Kim on his knees cleaning up after a mob that tried to disrupt democracy. We're seeing around the world. Perhaps because they wore a face mask. He became known as the blue Suit on Social Media representative Kim got tweets cards and letters from people who said his pointed simple response. Gave them hope. He wore the suit once more a week later to vote for the impeachment of Donald Trump. The dust of cleaning up was still on my knees. He told us Then I put the suit at the back of my closet. I didn't want to see it again. When the Smithsonian National Museum of American History called to ask for his blue suit as an artifact of what happened on January six. Representative Kim said he was glad to hand it over for display. He hopes his son's August in Austin, now three and five, will see it there one day. He says he'll tell them Something you love is broken. You.
"representative" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Representative Andy Kim of New Jersey. Bought a blue will suit off the rack during post holiday sales. J Crew, cobalt blue standard cut Representative Kim look forward to wearing the suit to President Biden's inauguration on January 20th. At first, Mr Kim, a Democrat who represents New Jersey's third district, wore his new suit to work in the halls of Congress on January 6th counting, certify the ballots from the electoral College. He was on his way to the House chamber around one p.m. that day when the U. S Capitol Was invaded by a mob trying to overturn the election by force. Representative Kim made it back to his office, where he and his staff barricaded their doors. Stayed there for eight hours until the capital has been secured in Congress resumed its constitutional duties. After foiled insurrection. It was the most emotional experience I've ever had on any job, he told us and before being elected to Congress, Andy Kim worked under both Republican and Democratic administrations at the Pentagon, State Department and National Security Council. There was broken glass. When I got to the rotunda. He remembers garbage litter bottles and cigarette butts. People put out on statues. I felt heartbroken. The capital is the physical form of Article one of the Constitution, he told us All legislative powers vested in Congress. So I found a role of trash bags, got down on my knees and just started trying to clean up a place I love. AP photographer Andrew Harnett came across him and pictures of representative Kim on his knees cleaning up after a mob that tried to disrupt democracy. We're seeing around the world. Perhaps because they wore a face mask. He became known as the blue Suit on Social Media representative Kim got tweets cards and letters from people who said his pointed simple response. Gave them hope. He wore the suit once more. A week later to vote for the impeachment of Donald Trump. The dust of cleaning up was still on my knees. He told us. Then I put the suit in the back of my closet. I didn't want to see it again. But when the Smithsonian National Museum of American History called to ask for his blue suit as an artifact of what happened on January six Representative Kim said he was glad to hand it over for display. He hopes his son's August in Austin, now three and five, will see it there. One day he says he'll tell them.
"representative" Discussed on United States Citizenship - Civics Test Podcast
"Question number twenty one. The house of representatives has how many voting members the answer is four hundred thirty five. Here's a quick civics lesson to help you remember that unique number. The house of representatives is the larger chamber of congress since one thousand nine hundred twelve. The house of representatives has had four hundred and thirty five voting members however the distribution of members among the states has changed over the years each state must have at least one representative in the house beyond that the number of representatives from each state depends on the population of the state. The constitution says that the government will conduct a census of the population every ten years to count the number of people in each state the results of the census are used to recalculate the number of representatives. Each state should have for example if one st gains many new residents. That state could get one or more new representatives if another state loses residents that state could lose one or more but the total number of voting. Us representatives does not change so again questioned. Twenty-one is the house of representatives has.
"representative" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Representative Marie Newman joins the show and she's got some help. Hopefully, in the way on the way in the pipeline, I should say for small businesses, and also at some point we want to get to Maria. Very personal story you shared with team Bo, your child and you were very outspoken about some issues that I know you feel very passionately about. How are you this afternoon? Thanks for calling in the show. I'm great and good to be here. Anna represented Newman Tell me what this is because we do talk about small businesses all the time. In the smallest of the small businesses you recognizing needs some help, and you've come up with some legislation that you hope will provide some of that help. Yeah, you know, even in my own district, and, uh, about 80% of all businesses are smaller micro businesses and and those that are generally run by families and those great places. You like to go right in your neighborhood and they suffered the most through the pandemic. I can get very clear to everybody. So what the rest act is give them some cats. Tax relief. These are the increasing their deductions so they effectively have more working capital in their business. Okay, So how does how does that work? If I'm a small business owner? I'm in a community. I say. You know what? This sounds good. It's you know, it's legislation right now. How would how would we go about getting some of this? And what about the chances it's going to pass? Yes. So the good news Whether you use an accountant or not for your business, um it will be infected passes and it's bipartisan. The good news is that both sides of the aisle like it effectively. Your accountant will know that you will now instead of having a 20% reduction. Excuse me deduction for your business expenses. You'll have a, uh, a 25% deduction, and that effectively allows you to take far less in taxes and actually on allows you to have more working capital in your business. Um, and that's good news. We talk about this all the time. I'm sure it's I think it's still true post pandemic that they're the economic driver for new jobs in the state of Illinois. The small businesses are the ones that are responsible for that kind of growth. 100% they are, you know, the intact, you know, be pre pandemic. It was about 54% of our economy was small businesses right? And, um, that has changed slightly, but it's still the driver and the biggest growth theory A nationwide Yeah, that's it's important to keep them going, and they seem to be the hardest hit. We do talk about that all the time as well. Um, getting back on their feet. Are you hearing anecdotally in your district as you talk to folks across the district is are things looking up for them? Are we still in danger of losing even more of our small businesses? I think it's definitely looking up. Now we did lose. You know, over a million businesses nationwide and a good chunk of our small businesses in Illinois, three suffered or some of them even have to close. What I'm seeing, though, is I do small business tours over the last six months is that, um, we are seeing relief, and we're seeing that a lot of our restaurants got some relief from the from the FDA ideal and tpp loans. In the grant. So we're seeing folks rebounding and getting opening their doors again. Good news all way around. Yeah, it is good news. And I think that they're hoping to get more people to come back to work, particularly in the service sector. We are seeing some people left the business or not returning to those jobs. And I know we hear all the time, uh, that that kind of thing. It's difficult and on the restaurant industry in particular. Absolutely. And one of the biggest reasons that cited in all the studies when we look at that is that, um, these folks don't have child care. Um, we've lost about 70% of our child care system in this country. So one of the pieces of legislation that's coming out in the family fact is to support childcare and every K and and have child care resources readily available for families that, um one or both parents work. Yeah. And you said this legislation that you introduced has got bipartisan support. So you've got a good chance of getting to pass. When would it get past? Is it Is it soon? I mean, I know not everything worse as quickly as we like in D. C, but sometimes it's good to be tomorrow. You know, I if I had my brother, but it will be before we introduce it. It has to go through some work right on committee. So, um, it will be introduced in the next couple months. And then what we hope to have it is, um embedded and passed so that in fact if available For taxes next year. Okay, Can we talk about something? You've been talking about? Openly a personal, um, a personal conversation you've been having with your child. Evie, you are in teen Vogue recently with her. You appeared in a special issue. About her transitioning transgender and to a transgender. Guess how old is she now? Is she she in college or he? How do we? What's the pronoun? She is her pronoun as she and her name is Eddie. And she transitioned about. Oh, gosh. Almost six years ago. Um and we, you know the folks that teen Vogue wanted to hear her story, so we shared it and I couldn't be more proud of the she She did a lot of work, and she's doing really well. No. Um And our story is important because while Evie had great support from friends and family and all kinds of resources here in the Chicago worried because the state of Illinois is a very transgender friendly and L G B T Q friendly state Most states aren't and we thought it was really important to talk about this story. So those folks that are in those states that don't have all the resources know that there is help on the way the the Visa Equality Act, And so we sat down with team though they had that conversation. And what would the Equality Act do? How does that accomplish that? Yeah, The Equality Act is, you know it's pretty simple. It would prevent discrimination in employment, education, housing workplaces, um, in public spaces and on And right Now, there are many states sadly, honor that still find it very allowable to discriminate based on housing, and they can deny your application and a bunch of different things, Uh, in terms of looking for a job, so it is really it's a very serious situation. And it's just the basis of our foundation. Right, which is equity and equality. So all we're saying is that that we want equality for LGBT LGBTQ, plus community. Nothing more. Yeah, I hear you and your team Vogue. People would like to take a look at it. It is a fascinating look. And you talk about you having you dealing with it personally, as well as E V dealing with what she has been going through and she found support here as you point out, not every place. Allows or offers that sort of support. You said, pretending to be something you're not is literally the hardest thing on the planet. It's the most destructive thing to yourself. But everyone around you, and then you talk about creating an environment where everyone is equal with the premise of this equality Act. How was it though as a parent? To be faced with this news for her to come to you and say this is what I'm going to do. This is who I am. Well, my husband I and and my son were all thrilled because I have to tell you. It's a very joyful experience when anybody it doesn't matter who they are, has found themselves and found their authenticity. You know, she had been dealing with a lot of depression and anxiety that was extremely serious to the point of hospitalization. And so when she threw a great program here in the Scrabble area, found that authenticity we were joyful. My husband and I celebrated so It was. It was a pivotal point in our family. Um, and it was one of the happiest days of our life. How about that? Um, if can you go online still and take a look at that interview, Is it still there? The team. Bo. Yeah, you put a King dog..
"representative" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"First, I think John Miles on the Lewis family and John's incomparable staff for a chance to say a few words about the man I loved for a long time, and I'm grateful Pastor War not to say it. Ebeneezer Holy place, sanctified by both the faith and the works of those who have worshipped here. Thank my friend, Reverend Bernice King, who stood by my side and gave a fascinating sermon and one of the most challenging periods of my life. I thank President. Mrs Bush. President Obama Speaker Pelosi. Thank you, representative Hoyer, representative Clyburn, who really thank for with the stroke of a hand ending on enter a family fight within our party proving That piece is needed by everyone. Madame Mayor. Thank you. You have a place more than a fair share of challenges in these last few months, and you will face them with candor and dignity and honor. And I thank you..
"representative" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Village representative I had in studio for our talking solution show with chef Cindy Chartrand talking about all of this different culinary stuff that you were just mentioning get box lunches for meetings for their businesses there are so many different meal choices and of course I'm into the cookies wonderful gift ideas yeah businesses or individuals yeah this the training component which we really like to highlight it's not just the culinary program it's not just the deli tray is the train that goes in to make those products and that's were I think were really strong that's where chef Cindy has an amazing expertise and that's a program that's growing and growing and growing in the wonderful thing food as a connector it's a comfortable way to engage with people so our clients love food they love sports and it's a great way to support bees get behind that culinary program and no doubt the foods that are produced east by opportunity village are made with love that's right Adam Joseph is with us with the opportunity village people with disabilities still want to be productive members of society and I would imagine that you also at MC in the faces of the clients with the opportunity village you give them a great reason to smile and get up and do things every day yeah there's a lot of high fives are lot of fish sponsors a lot of hugs that going opportunity village because we're all in it together we call it we're in it to win it and we do that every single day V. four campuses a retail thrift store right now which is a training ground for individuals with disabilities and some exciting news to share with you the Okie campus which is the home of the magical force which is going on for over twenty five years absolutely fabulous so come on out visit the magical forest this holiday season Adam Joseph with opportunity village every time we have a guesstimate talking solutions we always ask what can we do to help you great question and we mentioned earlier there are so many ways to.
"representative" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The representative of the U. S. shook hands with a Taliban leader in an extraordinary moment secretary of state Mike Pompeii did not sign the agreement on behalf of the U. S. but he was there will closely watch the Taliban's compliance with the commitments and calibrate the pace of our withdrawal to their actions this is how we will ensure that Afghanistan never again serves as a base for international terrorists the agreement could lead to the end of America's eighteen year long military involvement in the country American troops will be withdrawn to about eighty six hundred from about thirteen thousand in the weeks ahead more than eighty four thousand people worldwide have now tested positive for the corona virus and the list of countries touched by the illness has climbed to almost sixty South Korea today reported eight hundred new cases today China reported manufacturing dropped sharply in December corresponded Blake Essig in Tokyo says the Japanese government's efforts to slow the spread of the virus is affecting sporting events Sunday's Tokyo marathon will only allow only runners Credit baseball games played in empty stadiums rugby soccer matches all postponed you can see extinguisher the war the teams continue to practice this is the day of the first in the south democratic primary polls are open in South Carolina Joe Biden leading but polls were he has strong black support he said in Greenville this morning he thinks this will be a good day it's a good start to the new super Tuesday and really well I think we do well and I think we're looking I'm I'm very optimistic optimistic out just about today much much about the whole process from here on out fourteen states and one U. S. territory hold primaries or caucuses next week on super.
"representative" Discussed on KQED Radio
"As a transgender representative on the other hand I know that's important they're a transgender people that need to know they can stand up for a candidate so what do local politicos get from endorsing a presidential candidate maybe they elevate an issue close to their hearts maybe they're just flattered I brought this all back to state senator Lou del Centro I asked him what does he get for his endorsement I got a great way for going to great free **** what else can I ask for what else could they give be that I don't have I mean how do you put a value on face time with the most powerful people in American politics for NPR news I'm Jack readily go in Concord New Hampshire and he had help reporting that story from Josh Rogers and Casey McDermott of an H. P. R. they're part of the team that makes the podcast stranglehold in late twenty seventeen president trump downsized to national monuments in Utah lawsuits from conservation groups and tribes are still working their way through the courts this week the trump administration finalize plans to expand access for mining and drilling on many of those lands the area has more than eleven billion tons of coal oil gas and other minerals but is Nate had G. of mountain west news bureau reports industry is wary of digging in and locals are divided on whether it should procrit still is enjoying the desert sun at a gas station just east of the town of boulder right in the heart of grand staircase Escalante national monument we're in the January thaw right now yeah crystal is a local rancher and guide who's lived out here since nineteen ninety six and he says he welcomes trump downsizing the monument and calling for more research development on public lands here to open up for logging mining manufacturing that trump is doing I think it's a healthy thing for this country it gets people to work with their hands gets people to bird deuce things and this vast expanse of southern Utah's red rock desert could produce a lot there's cold cold streams there's oil and gas there some uranium there's tar sands John Freeman is a professor of public lands policy at Boise state university he says industry has been kicking the tires of Utah's red rock desert for decades access to those minerals became available when president trump drastically reduce the boundaries of both bears ears and grand staircase Escalante national monuments but in the last two years big oil gas and mining companies haven't come in yet Freeman says there are a lot of reasons for that industry is not stupid about the cost of producing things I think they're pretty as you know fairly stood on the market and some of that stuff is deep and harder to get to or expensive to produce and in some cases there isn't much of a market demand right now for minerals like coal and uranium so they may just stay underground but above ground another industry has been growing tourism tourism is a vital part of this community Nathan Wagoner owns an outdoor gear shop in the town of escalate any tourism pumps more than a hundred and fifty million dollars into the region every year and employs almost half the people who live and work there most of them in the service industry and as people come to enjoy this place it different industries are popping up and we're seeing just mainstreet exchange the last fifteen years and it's so good to see it's good to see that in a small town in the west and that's why he's so baffled by the trump administration would shrink this area's monuments and expand the potential here for mining and drilling he says that could scare we tourist and damage the pristine nature of this place it's home to towering canyons ancient petroglyphs and the clear shallow escalating river it runs eighty seven miles to the heart of its namesake monument Jonathan Pericles who works for a local environmental nonprofit likes to come here some days after work getting out here for a trial run it's rejuvenating and it's it's kind of like hitting a reset button on your mind he doesn't want to see this red rock desert become a home for drilling and mining and he may not have to if the pending lawsuits by conservation groups and indigenous tribes are successful the monuments will be restored and off limits to development once again NPR news I met Hajji and the school anytime tonight is the Oscars when Hollywood gathers to celebrate and reward the best movies and the people who make them despite the fact that Latinos make up almost half the population of the LA area only a tiny fraction of them are employed behind and in front of the camera there is now a new jobs program to change that with the aim of doubling Latino representation in Hollywood over the next decade it's called lack collab and it was co founded by the mayor of LA Eric Garcetti welcome hi great to be with you Lou you are the merit LA ultimately Hollywood is a big employer in your city is this a simple jobs program no it's much more this is about making sure that our economy thrives.
"representative" Discussed on Up First
"Hey up first listeners. For the third time in history the House of Representatives voted in favor of impeaching the president of the United States. Now I'm sure you have a lot of questions Christians so we're bringing you today's episode of the NPR politics podcast to help explain what happened on this historic day. Okay here's the episode all in favor. Say Aye opposed. No hey there it's the NPR appear politics podcast. I'm Tamer Keith. Cover the White House. I'm Susan Davis I cover Congress. I'm Mara Liasson national political correspondent tonight at around eight thirty PM. The House of Representatives voted to impeach the president of the United States for just the third time in. US History House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi set the tone for the debate. They gathered today under the Dome of this Temple of Democracy to exercise one of the most solemn powers that this body can take. They voted to impeach President President. Donald J trump onto articles abusive power and obstruction of Congress. What we are discussing today is the established fact that the president violated the constitution votes were largely along partisan lines with Republicans sticking with the president no defections on the democratic side? There were a couple of defections on this vote. The yeas are two hundred and thirty days or one ninety seven article one is adopted and while the House voted literally at the same time. President trump held a campaign rally in Michigan through their depraved actions. Instead a crazy Nancy Pelosi's house. Democrats have branded themselves with.
"representative" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Congressional representative wants to repeal the salt cap it was past few years ago limiting deductions for state and local taxes that can be taken on your federal return Jersey congressman bill Pascrell is sponsoring a bill to do away with the salt cap it's been passed by the house ways and means committee and could come up for a vote by the full house this week giving our state tax relief is our top priority is sold the doctor goes back to the civil war is the oldest production on a box and it existed before the tax code if the soul cap is lifted says Pasquale are middle class families will get relief quicker than the fastest acting aspirin which cures pain in your body in saddle brook David Matthau New Jersey one a one point five news Harrah's Atlantic city is spending twenty four million to re do more than four hundred rooms in one of its hotel towers there were doing forty to sixty rooms in the marina tower the renovation part of a three hundred million dollar investment a parent company Caesars is making it a three Atlantic city casinos over the last four years the mayor of one Middlesex County municipality could be heading to prison after being indicted on theft charge a little sex borough mayor Ronald the mural was the subject of a nine counts the grand jury that indicted him on faith and official misconduct related offenses state Attorney General group your great wall alleged Amira stole roughly a hundred ninety thousand dollars from various local political campaigns even the local charity do Meurer ran the indictment states that the nearest stole the funds between January twenty thirteen through this past June sixty three year olds mayoral term expires at the end of the year Chad Robison New Jersey one one point five news Rucker scientists have developed a free app to help families keep infants safe during their first year ninety percent of sudden infant death syndrome cases occur in the first six months of life the apple B. B. B. well provides users with safely practices to reduce the risk of sids records pediatrics professor bopper Ausubel says it's like a baby book players can load up photos as they can share milestones and each time they come back they get a tip of the day the app currently for android devices also interactive games where you test your knowledge so you are given a photo and your **** is this is safely to setting or not that sort of thing and you scored in you can decide his my knowledge good she says also help prevent sids keep cribs for your bumper stuffed animals and blankets and never let an infant sleep in the same bed as you Jenner solo New Jersey one a one point five news how many jerseys first news five twenty six we are going to see a wide range of temperatures and a wet day today maybe some ice up north everything you need to know about it with Dan and four minutes on a half hour at five thirty also coming up at five thirty New Jersey is about to start issuing licenses to unauthorized immigrants will update business news next call Jersey.
"representative" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"Representatives. You'll have on Mars district with a little bit of clarification here. She called the two thousand sixteen terrorist recruitment capital of the country. She said, you won't even think you're in America. Of this district that elected he'll Halama. Now. She is the director of special projects. She was speaking at a press conference calling for this woman to resign immediately. Good luck. She says she has cousins and family members. That were called horse for showing parts of their back their arm in Iraq a country where one day. They're going to be wearing mini skirts. According to this lady, it's truly because of people like Johann, Omar when the government is infiltrated. And it starts this way. Because it's happened in Iraq in it's happening against us. She said Iraq used to be a country where Jews lived freely. Where a Syrian Christians lived freely. This woman is Syrian by the way, we're even Armenians were there. Even moderate Muslims lived there until sharia law took place, and everyone everyone was affected Americans. Do truly understand that this is going to affect you. One of these days soon, if you don't make changes now, she's talking of sharia adding that she knows and she has seen and she has witnessed the early signs of genocide. This lady. Apparently when I got who story this morning, I checked her out as best I could buy everything that's available owner. She's not crackpot. Very brilliant woman. She has to how the house of representatives passed three the vote was three ninety three to zero resolution seventy-five, recognizing the ongoing genocide of Christians and other religious minorities under ISIS. I don't recall this for some reason this was in March of two thousand sixteen a year ago. I mean, excuse me two years ago three years ago. At this time. But now support representatives like you'll have Omar. She cited Omar's request to judge for a lighter sentence a terrorist supporter. I mean, it's good this vote took place three hundred ninety three zero regardless of whether I remember it or not. But she makes a very good point how we can come together just a few years ago and make this point about the the genocide of Christians and other religious minorities under ISIS, but now. There is some support for this person. And we've already heard her anti semitic ways. And now she's making comments about this district. This woman from this Middle Eastern group and talking about how this is like the terrorist capital of the USA. She said we're here because of God. We're here because of God to give you warnings as Americans. We're here to tell you that it's coming here. And it is here, and it will affect you. It will affect everyone. You will see your daughter's get beheaded. She says that she's interviewed hundreds of families of all religions affected in the genocide in Iraq. Who watch family members get executed right in front of them. And that's where the reality it them. And they knew that it was too late and that sharia law had taken full control of that country. And she says she would not stop until Representative Omar resides in the light of her anti semitic, anti semitism with possible ties. She's accused the woman of possible ties to terrorism she says, she's already exhibited sympathy for radicals. She put it out to her experience of being born and raised in the Middle East to support through her own knowledge of what she's seen what she is now saying in this country and through the the words and through the doings of Representative Omar who's now a United States congresswoman. And the lady in question here went onto further decry members of congress supporting Omar. Well, knowing what is happening in Minnesota's fifth district. Now, we got a checkout Minnesota's fifth district here. I know little about it. Final quote from this woman. He'll give you her name again. So you can check Ronald spell it. If you don't know I highly advise you to take a trip to Minnesota's fifth district. You'll see what's happening. Again, I tell you for the second time, you won't even think you are in America. Now, do some homework. I give you this stuff. And I said, I don't tell you to believe it. You know, I put it out there because I want you to do the research. I want you to be able to make up your own mind. Sometimes you can judge a book by its cover. I was brought up not to do that. But I think you know, as you get older, you get pretty good at that. I have a picture of this woman here. She looks extremely normal and capable of her own faculties. She is the director of again check this group out right down the Middle Eastern women's coalition. The WC. One of the directors first name, Barron and forgive me, if I'm spelling this wrong to my Middle Eastern brothers and sisters out there and a H R E N last name. Anway h- A N W E Y A and she's Syrian. That. Is a happy story. And I am not done. I want to. Bringing another name that we talked about yesterday. James clyburn. The highest ranking black American in the house. And he has said something in a relationship to Ilhan, Omar. That I have to share with you after the story. I just told you keep in mind and that's coming up right after news update on game. Jay, here's let's turn. Thank you Ray. Fresno county has been ordered not to release any personnel. Records from the sheriff's office. Dating are related to officer involved shootings or misconduct. Predating january. First judge Jeffrey Hamilton issued the order directing the county to refrain from enforcing Senate Bill fourteen twenty one which calls for more transparency the Fresno superior court. Judge also set a September hearing date on the issue. The second portion of the CBS news interview with our Kelly and Gayle king aired this morning. The singer web saying he had little money left in blaming his ex wife for destroying his reputation and his relationship with his kids how gonna pay child support how? My wife is destroy my name, and I can't work. How can I give? Azriel cleary one of the two women living with the singer says she was instructed to be dishonest by her parents when she first met Kelly when I first met Robert my parents told me to lie about my age. So when I met him he thought that I was eighteen Kelly was jailed yesterday for failure to come up with over one hundred fifty thousand dollars in back child support payments. He remains behind bars. On Wall Street, the Dow currently down one hundred ninety five points, slim, thirty one.