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"rhode islanders" Discussed on Little News Ears

Little News Ears

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on Little News Ears

"About the world. Today's date is november. Twenty six twenty twenty. Happy thanksgiving or i kid. Line is donald. Trump is letting joe biden get ready for the white house. What does that mean. The election was called on november seventh for joe biden but donald trump took many places to court because he thought the joe biden somehow stole the election. Almost every judge said that trump was wrong and biden was right so donald trump is now letting joe biden get ready to become president or second kid. Line is l. extra back to host of jeopardy for many years recently passed away. Who will take his place. The first guest host will be ken. Jennings a smart contestant who has won lots of money on jeopardy or turkey. Line is one in four. People who live in rhode island can't meet their basic food needs or for kid. Line is people are buying too much toilet paper again because of covid. Nineteen scares or fifth kid. Line is joe biden. Picked john kerry as a climate envoy. What does that mean john. Carey wants rent for president. He didn't win. Joe biden wants him to have an important posts fighting climate. Change or question of the day. I'll many people in rhode island are not getting enough food a one and to be one in four c one in six and the answer is b. one in four..

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Not me, and in Dartmouth, I was outside right outside my house. I could feel the ground shake and kind of felt like an explosion. It's expected that there could be some aftershocks. But it would be so small that residents wouldn't feel anything and there wouldn't be any damage. So I don't know if you felt her enough, but I certainly did here in East Greenwich. And when I went to the stop and shop, one of the limited travels that I have masked fully on, of course, and people social distancing. A lot of people were talking about it in the checkout aisle. At the stop and shop in North Kingstown yesterday. Earthquake generally don't cause damage until they reach magnitude 5.0 not significant damage until they get above 5.5. But it depends on the type of buildings and what area that she might be in so Minor quake yesterday. It gives us something to talk about, that's for sure. Stay at home advisory began yesterday, too, and reminder was sent out to Rhode Islanders via text message on Sunday. So I got mine. And that's when I knew I was really in the twilight zone, because, you know A 12 punch of an earthquake and then a reminder to stay in your home between 10 P.m. and five AM on weekdays and 10:30 P.m. to 5 A.m. on Friday and on Saturday. Now for the stay at home advisory residents are asked to do exactly that. There are exceptions for essential travel. Of course, the alert sent to Rhode Islanders as a reminder that these new restrictions started on Sunday, 20 minutes after seven o'clock, and it's time to go to the roadways once again with the traffic center with John Hamlet and John's Report from one bomb dot or well busier, but moving on 95 in the sixth inning on Providence, 1 46 still good down from Mineral Spring Avenue on 2 95. 1 95 West is good to go. A swell and from the state line If you do see a problem called Providence Auto Body Traffic tip line, 866999 72 100 with your Southern New England traffic. I'm Johnny. Right now, There are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table..

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Rhode Island voters drop 'Providence Plantations' from state name

All Things Considered

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Rhode Island voters drop 'Providence Plantations' from state name

"Kelly. One outcome. We know from this Election day, a name change for Rhode Island. It will no longer be known as quote the state of Rhode Island and Providence plantations. A ballot measure removes Providence plantations. That's right. A long time proponent of the change, state Senator Harold Metz. Says 10. Years ago, Rhode Islanders voted to keep the phrase because people didn't understand at the time. How hurtful but weird plantation of people of African American descent. Professor Linford Fisher of Brown University says the phrase goes back to the states earliest days. The first time we see the use of Providence plantations is in the 16 43 charter, Fisher says. Even if state founder Roger Williams did not use the word plantations to describe a large farm worked by enslave people, it was the word already loaded with meaning. So even if we want to say well wasn't with regard to slavery, it has a strong settler, colonial context of expanding and settling upon native lands. But the link between plantation and slavery was a familiar one. By that time, the Spanish have been spreading around two parts of central South America for 101 125 130 years they are building their empire on the back of first indigenous than African Slaven. This's no secret and the authors of the 16 43 charter would soon demand their own enslaved people. Within two or three years of coming to Bird Island. Roger Williams himself requests a piquant captive for his own servant or slave. Rhode Island ended up being Keith in the transatlantic slave trade. That means that we, actually as a state participated directly in the very thing. That this world has come to mean through the 18th and

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Rhode Islanders, with vacations planned in any of those states can get rapid tests, hopefully within 24 to 48 hours by making an appointment at portal dot our i dot gov. President Trump's reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee say they raised $165 million in July that Bush is Trump's total for 2022 more than $1 billion. July's number was also $25 million more than what rival Joe Biden and the Democratic National Committee pulled in. President Trump is calling mail in voting in the 2020 general election this November, a catastrophe waiting to happen. Absentee voting great, but this mail in voting with male mid indiscriminately, millions and millions of ballots to people. You're never going to know who won the election. You can't have that in an Oval Office event with Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. Trump said male and voting in many places is a disaster. Trump criticized the US Postal Service as not up to the task. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says the blast and Beirut was likely an accident. His statement at the aunt's been security conference differed with President Trump's announcement yesterday, suggesting it was an attack. Lebanon's interior minister told a Beirut TV station. It was caused by the detonation of tons of ammonium nitrate that chemical had been confiscated from a cargo ship in 2013 and stored in a port warehouse. And Wal Mart is turning its parking lots and to drive in theaters. The retailer says Over 300 movies will be shown at 160 stores starting next Friday through October 21st NewsRadio, 9 21 or 47 FM Sports. The Red Sox Blank the race five to nothing. At Tampa Bay. The Celtics beat the Nets 1 49 2115 in Orlando. The Bruins lost 3 to 2 to the Lightning in Toronto. For more news. Listen to the Daily dive. The big news stories explains not shouted every day on the I Heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts. Now more of Rhode Island's news, traffic and weather with Tony.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Rhode Islanders, with vacations planned in any of those states can get rapid test, hopefully within 24 to 48 hours by making an appointment at portal dot our i dot gov. President Trump's reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee say they raised $165 million in July that Bush is Trump's total for 2022 more than $1 billion. July's number was also $25 million more than what rival Joe Biden and the Democratic National Committee pulled in. President Trump is calling mail in voting in the 2020 general election this November, a catastrophe waiting to happen. Absentee voting great, but this mail in voting with male mid indiscriminately, millions and millions of ballots to people. You're never going to know who won the election. You can't have that in an Oval Office event with Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. Trump said male and voting in many places is a disaster. Trump criticized the US Postal Service as not up to the task. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says the blast and Beirut was likely an accident. His statement at the aunt's been security conference differed with President Trump's announcement yesterday, suggesting it was an attack. Lebanon's interior minister told a Beirut TV station. It was caused by the detonation of tons of ammonium nitrate that chemical had been confiscated from a cargo ship in 2013 and stored in a port warehouse. And Wal Mart is turning its parking lots and to drive in theaters. The retailer says Over 300 movies will be shown at 160 stores starting next Friday through October 21st NewsRadio, 9 21 or 47 FM sports. The Red Sox blanked the race five to nothing. At Tampa Bay. The Celtics beat the Nets 1 49 2115 in Orlando. The Bruins lost 3 to 2 to the Lightning in Toronto..

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Boston - Rhode Islanders must quarantine beginning Friday as coronavirus cases there surge

WBZ Midday News

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Boston - Rhode Islanders must quarantine beginning Friday as coronavirus cases there surge

"And increase in positive. Copan. 19 result has lead public health officials in the Commonwealth to remove grown island from the low risk category for state to state travel. We get more now On our top story, The island becomes the first Northeast day to be deemed high risk. And now anybody who travels from the oceans day to Massachusetts must produce the negative covert 19 test or self quarantine for 14 days. The declaration follow. Similar restrictions put forth in Connecticut, New York and New Jersey after a series of documented parties to which Governor Gina Raimondo tells her constituents. I need you to knock it off. Those people are getting sick. People are dying, and it's unnecessary gathering levels have been reduced in the state from 25 to 15 total. I have friends now whose loved ones around ventilators. Your right to have a party should not infringe on their right to live the word Island Department of Public Health reports more than 120 new positive cases in its most recent three day average in nearly 20,000 active cases statewide.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"She's urging Rhode Islanders to be vigilant about wearing mass social distancing and personal hygiene. Governor says people gonna have fun on the holiday. What also following the rules? Passenger levels, a T F Green Airport or back to about 20% of what they were before the Corona virus pandemic. As of today, is part of the state's phase three reopening plan, people would usually use lot E for long term parking are directed to use garage, Be garage A remains open and short term parking is available in lot D. Roll out the Department of Health advising consumers about a recall of fresh express sounded products containing iceberg lettuce, red cabbage and or carrot ingredients due to a potential risk from cyclospora, its condition that can cause diarrhea, stomach cramps, nausea and fatigue. He called products were sold under various brand names. Road Auto in Massachusetts in June. More details available that health are I dot gov. Get news 24 7 on demand at news radio are i dot com. Hey, backs it. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox News. Another round of Corona virus. Stimulus pack payments could be coming with President Trump's support. Democrats in Congress are proposing another round of $1200 payments for American taxpayers is part of additional Corona virus economic relief in an interview with the Fox Business Network President Trump says he'd support even larger payment money getting two people to be larger, so they can spend it. I want the money to get there quickly and non complicated fashion. Another round of economic stimulus is not expected before the end of the month, Republicans have suggested limits on unemployment insurance increases, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Does any new legislation must include liability protection for businesses, hospitals and schools. On Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern, Fox News president, Mike Pence, and some of the Corona virus task Force met with Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, whose status seen a surgeon cases, saying help is on the way after wastes of unrest that culminated in violence over the weekend. The occupied zone in Seattle is no more.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Measures work they are critical at every phase of this pandemic especially now in terms of the fatalities we have thirteen new Colgate nineteen associated fatalities to report today unfortunately one person was in their sixties four people were in their seventies three people were in their eighties and five people were in their nineties although we did not post the data update online yesterday we also had thirteen new covert nineteen associated fatalities confirmed yesterday that means that our cumulative total increased by twenty six since our last data update our thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones of these Rhode islanders we have lost I'm going to finish with tackling the governor's point about wearing masks it is a truly effective way to help prevent the spread of viruses continue to think about the fact that you wearing a mass means that you're telling the Rhode islanders around you that you care that you want to help protect them from getting exposed to final things that are key is even though you are wearing a mask it is important to continue to not to go out into public if you are sick it is critical to continue to stay home the second thing that's key is a mask as we've learned more about this virus is effective at helping someone that does not have symptoms but may have covert nineteen even if they are not aware it helps prevent them from spreading it to the next person so please continue to engage with us in doing that helping to make the difference that we know is critical and without I think in the faith newsradio nine twenty and twenty four seven FM here's what's happening the man serving a federal life sentence for the carjacking and fatal shooting of a couple in Rhode Island twenty years ago is petitioning for a compassionate release from prison the request by Greg Floyd is possible due to the current virus another Massachusetts adult use marijuana store has opened close to Rhode Island Nova farms in Attleboro held its grand opening yesterday on the first day recreational dispensaries were allowed to reopen in the state Mandos pizzeria and.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Starting Friday Rhode islanders will be required to wear face masks in public there will be exceptions for very young children people who are developmentally unable to wear a mask consistently folks with underlying health and breeding conditions which make it unsafe to wear a mask governor Gina Raimondo said this is part of a new normal as the state plans to start re opening the economy this upcoming weekend Rimando also responded to reports of concerns from Providence mayor Jorge Elorza and others in the state about re opening too soon by saying she wants to see the state re open any uniform fashion another fourteen people have died from cove in nineteen in the state bringing the death toll in Rhode Island to three hundred and fifty five the state department of health says there are two hundred and eighty one new cases bringing the number of known cases to nine thousand nine hundred and thirty three the number of people hospitalized was down to three hundred and twenty seven eighty seven in intensive care sixty two on ventilators Massachusetts officials are confirming one hundred and twenty two new deaths and nearly twelve hundred new cases for corona virus despite the latest report governor Charlie Baker says the numbers are representing some good news Baker says the rate of positive tests is continuing to decline as more of the tests are being processed to businessmen including one from Rhode Island are the first people in the country charged with defrauding the carers act as be a paycheck protection program the U. S. attorney's office says David but cider of Warwick and David Staveley of Andover Massachusetts are charged with filing fraudulent bank loan applications they allegedly claimed to have dozens of employees at four different businesses including some in Rhode Island when there are no employees working for any business as the country inching toward getting the economy running again our country is.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Apparently the B. some new rules for Rhode islanders who are sixty years old and above this the governor slowly begins to loosen restrictions currently set in place and reopen certain establishments three two one currently some new rules are going to be in place for Rhode islanders aged sixty and above us the governor slowly starts to loosen restrictions currently in place and reopen certain establishments as we battle Corbett nineteen governor mondo while the limitation she said won't be anything severe she said they're necessary to help keep the most vulnerable population alive she said quote it's just the right thing to do put out additional guidance based on the level of health risk now she didn't go into any detail about what those restrictions might be but wanted to inform older individuals that changes are common she said I just want people who are in that older age group to start to come to terms now with the fact that your re entry is going to be a little bit different whoa what huh well I become Hester Prynne all of a sudden I'm gonna have a scarlet letter or a scarlet number pinned on me you know while those comments raised a few eyebrows me I'm already trying to figure out how it could benefit me we have a look at the glass half full just had a little chance to see behind the curtain you know governor Raimondo yesterday she did though a kick back on this on her briefing addressing comments that she did make about people sixty years old or older she said that the demographic would see limitations based on additional guidance when the state reopens its post virus pandemic economy and yesterday the governor said that she was speaking about the long term reality of the virus and apologized if she created any confusion she also added that the state does not have any particular regulations and said that there would be no discriminatory actions or anything that will reduce chances of keeping or getting a job so she had to kick back a little bit on that one Linda Borg in today's Providence journal says Radbourn schools will stay closed for the rest of the academic year the governor making the announcement Thursday that distance learning will continue until the end of the semester she said I had hoped to wind up in a different place that's what she said daily covert nineteen briefing yesterday but the data does not support it to take that much risk it would be irresponsible for all the people of Rhode Island so calling it a real tough decision yesterday governor noting that thirty nine of the governors have decided not to reopen their school buildings this year and speaking directly to the class of twenty twenty Rimando said I know it's a bummer and I'm sorry this was your senior year and you were going to go to prom you gonna hang out with your friends walk across that stage get your diploma now you're just stuck in your house her administration did say the go to partner up with one island PBS to hold a special televised graduation ceremony with more details to come Rimando in state education commissioner and hell look up and find a green did praise students their parents and teachers for doing an amazing job with distance learning so that's one good thing that comes out of this governor vowed to think up creative ways to make graduation fun and festive and she said that she wanted to hear what seniors wonder what island schools have been closed since Friday March the thirteenth so distance learning continues on the bright note it's a pretty effective the distance learning thus far team Providence firefighters responding to what they're saying nonstop covert nineteen calls here she will shoot over my witness news it's hard to say when Providence rescue captain David Palumbo will have a free moment in.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"News radio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM Jaitley rewind with Ron St Pierre sponsored by Heris senior care services Katie Mulvaney in the Providence journal surveyed for renovation died since Saturday of the highly transmittable corona virus bringing the death toll in the state up to twenty five now governor Raimondo announcing Sunday at her Daily News conference and by the way those conferences are held at approximately one o'clock and we carry those live for you in addition a hundred and sixteen more people tested positive for covert nineteen bringing to nine twenty two now the total number of known cases here in the state one hundred three Rhode islanders remain hospitalized that's up ten from Saturday thirty one on ventilators seventy percent of those hospitalized have pre existing conditions by the way and thirty percent have more than three underlying conditions such as asthma hypertension or diabetes that's according to Dr James McDonald the medical director for the Rhode Island department of health of those deaths who ranged in age from the sixties into those nineties seven came from nursing homes that's according to McDonnell the deaths included five women and three men three were residents of the hard hit golden crest nursing center that's in north Providence by the way and to residents of Oak Hill center in Pawtucket which has also seen some sixty cases overall nine of the twenty five deaths in the state have been associated with golden crest nursing center while four have been residents of Oak Hill so the one day increase in deaths and the new cases are both the largest on record according to the Providence journal's report the governor saying we're in a rapid spread like now we were climbing the curve Ramonda warned that more positive diagnoses and deaths due loom ahead particularly as the state ramps up its testing and she said more than a thousand people were tested on Saturday that was our goal a couple weeks back to get to a thousand people tested the day we want to continue to do that every day she said and she encouraged everybody with symptoms to contact his or her doctor or an urgent care facility to arrange to be tested because you've got to do that not doing so will allow the state to collect more accurate data about the spread of the virus which to date has no known cure of course as we know painfully and we want everybody to get tested she said regardless of your immigration status we want you to get tested she said the governor urging Rhode islanders young and old to create a daily log two of anybody with whom you make contact and that will allow more precise contact tracking record should you be diagnosed positive for the corona virus so she wants you to keep a little lower a daily diary your agenda and encourages you to hang out with no more than five people at a time you know and try to make it the same five people if you can do that now her message to Rhode islanders she reiterated her message for people to adhere to social distancing directives as well as daily tracking she said I'm not just asking you to avoid big crowds because I want to she said you look at Germany and other countries that have had a better job with social distancing rules and fewer people are dying and fewer people are in the hospital so hunker down all right that's the term and you know it said beyond just a term for blizzard's these days are over Keane's issues you're having if you can stay at home to do so okay Bristol county churches let's step over the line here offering drive thru palms for Easter in his carrot Kelly o'neill from NBC ten it's important to them and so as a result it's important for the world wearing a mask and gloves father Lupo hands out palms in the church parking lot of St Mary's in fair haven.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Scored a resounding victory in south Carolina's democratic primary now he's turning his focus to super Tuesday going into super Tuesday we have in super Tuesday states three hundred forty major endorsements we don't have troops on the ground that we've because haven't had the money to get that done but we're going to do I think veteran anybody expects and then removing the states for I'm confident we're going to be able to win and primaries like Florida and in Georgia and other places by now on CNN's state of the union Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe announcing his pick for president yesterday I have a decision when Dorsey bind as for the other candidates that would ask these candidates you know not after super Tuesday but tomorrow do you have a pathway in if you don't have a pathway who is it that you think is the most electable it can help the Democratic Party McAuliffe will be in Norfolk tonight with the candidate he thinks his most electable Joe Biden senator Bernie Sanders is still the front runner even after yesterday's loss and he's optimistic about super Tuesday telling ABC's this week we'll see what happens on Tuesday but my guess is that we have an excellent chance to win some of the largest states in this country in states all across this country because of the coalition that we're putting together because of the issues that we are talking about including healthcare should specialized classrooms be equipped with surveillance cameras a bill to that effect is being studied in Annapolis the bill addresses concerns that students are being mistreated guy Stevens is the parent of a special ed student I believe the cameras are self contained special education classrooms can provide necessary accountability and oversight opponents argue you can't shoot video of the entire classroom it's a matter of privacy you're not entitled to know what my child's needs are I'm not entitled to know what your child's needs are and there's really no way to stop back by making a video about Bob losure within around the county schools says there's also no money in the bill to pay for the cameras John Matthews on W. M. A. L. and W. I. L. dot com the east coast of the US sees its first case of the corona virus a Rhode Island resident who recently traveled to Italy has come down with it Rowling governor Gina Raimondo I understand why many Rhode islanders may be concerned or even frightened I've been hearing about it from constituents for the past week and that's why I decided to address read islanders this morning my primary message to the people of Rhode island this morning is that the risk here in Rhode Island at this point is low a third person Illinois has also tested positive for the virus the U. S. is a grand total of about sixty cases a French community church in Rome is not holding masses today the French embassy made the call to close the church as a precaution after priest came down with the corona virus he tested positive Friday after returning from a trip to Paris other churches in Italy are also closed today more than one thousand one hundred people in Italy have the corona virus it's clean the lives of twenty nine people there the search is on for a driver who hit a pedestrian on route seven in Loudon county and drove off the lot in county sheriff's office says the man was crossing route seven in drains bell road and sterling around two forty this morning when he was hit by two vehicles in the westbound lanes of route seven the driver of one stayed the driver of a dark color Mercedes Benz sedan drove off anyone who saw the crash is asked to call the sheriff's office traffic.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"As good as Medicaid will make up the difference okay so the result is that we'll have I think it's forty thousand Rhode islanders instead of getting their health insurance for Medicaid they'll get it from their company okay which is huge cost savings to the state isn't there a law on the books that states if your company if you're employed full time and you're given the opportunity to take the company's health care there's not along the books now that's what we're doing okay that's I didn't realize that this was the case huh but a lot of money it's a it's a lot of money it's a lot of people and so this way it gets them off of the Medicaid books and actually it's much better for hospitals and doctors because private insurance pays better than Medicaid so it's a win win now that these big companies will have to be paying more money direct people on insurance right but my view is that's part of the cost of doing business you get a full time employee are given benefits and a decent wage on the auto you put legalize recreational marijuana in your budget despite the fact that both the house and the Senate president both oppose it why would you put in the budget if it's basically DO and by the way I'm with you on that because I think they should do it you know my my job isn't to suggest things I think they would like my job is to suggest things that I think they're good for it island and frankly if ban it's outrageous for them to say as to individuals you know we don't like it so we're not going to consider it like do your job the governor put a proposal and that the majority of Rhode islanders want do some hearings look at it amended changes if you want to but I the if you talk to members of the state police as I've done they tell you governor it here you're fooling yourself if you think it's not here so you might as well regulated sure sure you also want to extend the car tax phase out of line you want to stretch it out over another five years Sir an appetite for that amongst Rhode islanders I mean I want to see when I want to see some savings I mean do you when you're out and about do you get feedback from people that say you know what okay because we don't wanna see social what cuts and education or what have you get that kind of feedback all the time all the time but not from a poll just from everything you know I often joke that in two thousand eighteen I talk to Marek islanders than anyone because I have my day job as governor than I was with him painting you know I was at every senior center every barbecue every cook at Robert have been really everything and they will say that you know yeah thanks for cutting the car tax but if you were to say to people up would you rather phase out the car tax over a few more years and avoid cuts to pre K. roads bridges schools most people are with you on that I think they're just telling you that are they really feel that you never know that's true you know what you never now but you talk to folks and senior centers and they have kids in pre K. in child care and their sons and daughters are struggling to pay the bill for childcare you talk to parents who have kids and they want their kids go to good schools you talk to the average Islander they like it that we're finally fixing the roads so we're not saying it's not like we're saying we're not going to cut the car tax we are on a stretcher distracted out okay line item veto every poll I ever see see sense they want a line item veto I know in this state are you going to use the bully pulpit to push absolutely that's all you can do right it yeah essentially that's all I can do it but this is another thing who does the legislature think they are powerful the vast majority of Rhode islanders wanted by the way I look at the correction we are seeing potential corruption in the state house this is a tool that increases transparency absolutely improves good government how do you oppose I don't understand how you can an old saying is put it on the ballot just let right islanders decide let us decide if if I'm wrong let's say the polls are.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Thrilled Rhode islanders will hear directly from the chairman in person sports red Sox play Texas tonight get news twenty four seven on demand and news radio all right dot com now your storm team ten forecast powered by Duncan pumpkin season is here at Duncan copies Lottie's donuts in more clear and cool tonight temperatures in the upper forties in our coolest suburbs low and mid fifties for the rest of us sunshine Wednesday high of seventy four mostly sunny to start Thursday but some showers are possible by evening a warmer day high near eighty mostly sunny once again on Friday with a high in the mid seventies I'm storm team ten meter all just mark sorrels on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea may be to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point one two five percent APR four point two two percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of exchange between eight percent the receivers to kind of recover because information intelligence because when it wasn't enough to six and one hundred thirty. four months in prison for a Los Angeles business executive for paying a quarter million dollars to get us an admitted to U. S. C. as a false athlete haven't flown the CEO of the California based water treatment business got far more time behind bars than actress Felicity Huffman who was given two weeks for her role in the scheme the both were sent by the same judge they pay fifteen thousand dollars in a bright facilitating our daughters SAT test but Sloan paid two hundred and fifty thousand ultimately thinking athletic profile for his son to gain admittance to the university of southern California. order to self report to a facility chosen by the bureau of prisons on December third boxes Molly line a murder case that sparked the civil rights movement remained open sixty four years later the government still investigating the murder of Emmett till the fourteen year old was abducted and beaten to death hours after someone said he whistled at a white woman in Mississippi in nineteen fifty five the investigation had been closed in two thousand seven but was re opened after book published two years ago indicated a key witness line.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Rhode Islanders. They live here. They work here. And they're proud to support. Our local economy all starts with a free in-home consultation with Brenda Leo, Harris. She'll sit down with you and mom and dad figure out what you need and you set that up Madonna four oh one three four five one eight one one again that number is four one three four five one eight one one. You've heard me talk about these folks for a long time, and maybe you came close to call in and all of a sudden you feel guilty about doing that why? Because it's a win win. You're going to get your life back and mom and dad got the help they need to maintain their independence and stay at home. And that's what they want online at. So Harris senior care dot com will work with you on in-home scheduling for mom and dad based on the individual's needs because they know that every situation is different. So dial it up and get on the schedule for a one three four five one eight one one O'Hara senior care dot com. The website 755. Here's Mackie's got sports homecoming last night. Isaiah Thomas at the garden de. Denver B Boston one fourteen to one zero five but who care all love at the garden seven minutes of play for Isaiah zero points. That's why we go them, right? He said after they felt like home, and he tweeted out later on dam that was special Gus standing ovation when they played the video pretty cool stuff. Dustin Pedroia news, not good here. They're going to be staying back for extended spring training with the socks when they break camp. Not a good sign a year and a half since he played and they say, no setback. But just more work to get him back. Bruins tonight against the islanders on the road. David pasternack tonight torn tendon, his thump and sixteen games. Now. He's been out and IT tonight PC hosting Arkansas nine o'clock star late one of the dunk Razorbacks best player Daniel Gifford declared for the NBA draft. He is not going to play Arkansas anymore. He's going to get ready for the draft. So that's pretty good news for PC guess an NCAA women's tournament. The seating was announced last night Yukon a two seat first time since two thousand six they were not a number one seat. I'm Steve McDonald NewsRadio nine twenty.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Need to be constantly connected to wireless communication technology has been compared to an addiction. There is concern that the tech has developed in a way that actually promote an addictive response just last year. Rebelling which has already passed both of advocates up mood driving distracted driving laws took additional steps to curb the prevalence of distracted drivers. We enacted a hand held phone to help further reduce manual distraction to amplify distracted driving deterrence force. In my position as president of the ramp. Police chiefs association association last year. I led initiative to educate the public through public service announcements which we aired Wrigley on the radio as technology evolves. So must laws and educational efforts. The hard work of law enforcement, federal state and private partnerships has led to a decrease of twenty three percent and traffic fatalities. Rhode Islanders roadways from two thousand seventeen to two thousand eighteen. But we're not done. I would like redoubt become the first state in the nation to have all sixteen. Moore's in the roadmap report. We only have three to go. These actions are critical because one fatality on. Our roads is one too many. Thank you. This is a rebroadcast of Tuesday's programming on C span radio WCBS PFM Washington. Advocates for.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Pressures the technology. And we also didn't grow up worried about gun violence. The sad reality is that our kids are growing up in a country where they worry about guns in their schools. Across this country. A hundred people are killed every day with a firearm. Since two thousand and fifteen since I've been the governor. I've ordered our flags to half-mast thirteen times because of mass shooting. The plague of gun violence is one of the most disturbing and preventable public health crises of our generation. Now last year. We took action and to every member this assembly into the speaker in the Senate president, and I want to say, thank you. You took action. You passed a red flag law, which is going to save lives. And you ban bump stocks. But we didn't finish our work. This year. Let's ban guns in schools, and let's ban military style weapons in the state of Rhode Island. Because it's time. Because we can't sit back into Nye generation Rhode Islanders there, right? To save communities and safe schools. So later this month, I'll submit a comprehensive.

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"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"rhode islanders" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Her state of the state address, the first one of her second term. Let's join a simulcast now with our partners at NBC ten addressing it's as you said jobs in the economy. Gina. Raimondo wants to impress people that the economy is doing well, and it needs to be sustained as part of that effort. She is going to talk about education, pre k education, something she spent a lot of money on whereas the states money on in the past and she's going to try to expand that some more. She'll also we know is very proud of the Rhode Island promise program that allows people to the community college for free. She wants to expand that we know to Rick. You are I as well that's something that's going to have to get through the general assembly. And then there's going to be some talk about health care about time to preserve the rights of Rhode Islanders to healthcare insurance, regardless of what happens on the federal level. It would be interesting to hear what might be a big idea from the governor tonight as she is kicking off her final term. She has a majority of the voters behind her this time for the first time more than fifty percent of the vote. And so this is probably the peak of her political capital if she is going to press something big it should be this year or next before she becomes a lame duck. So I'm really looking forward to hear if there are any big ideas tonight this serves as an introduction to the budget, which will be introduced on Thursday without any additional remarks. So she's got some spending asks from the general assembly tonight is the night to make her case back to you guys. I Bill rapidly just behind him..

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