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"richfield" Discussed on WTOP
"And Detroit are bracing for what could be their biggest winter storm in years Over a foot of snow is possible in some areas Detroit mayor Mike duggan We've got 50 trucks in the fleet that can either be salt trucks or plows And they will be out there with a hundred drivers Shots ring out in front of a school in suburban Minneapolis richfield police chief Jay henthorne says one student died another critically injured Officers arrived and discovered two students have been shot on the sidewalk outside of the school Officers quickly determined that the suspects had fled the scene immediately after the shooting took place Pfizer asks the FDA to authorize extra low doses of its COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5 Doctor raji Shah dean of Brown university's school of public health tells CBS morning As you expect that authorization to happen in the next month or so I'm really looking forward to it I think it will help a lot CBS News brief I'm Jennifer Kuiper Good morning welcome to the TLP where the time now is three 21 News never stops And neither do we bringing you the news that shapes our region listen to P on air on the WTO pia and on Alexa Washington's top news constantly updated 24/7 360 five To the world of sportswear and this morning the huge sports story of the week one of them anyway the announcement by Tom Brady confirming that he is retiring from football after an astounding 22 year career He leaves the game as the greatest NFL quarterback of all time You know the number 7 Super Bowl title 6 with the New England Patriots and a crowning title a year ago with the Tampa Bay bucks at the age of 43 What we want to know is how Brady was able to perform at an elite level for so long and how you can apply what he's done so.
"richfield" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Is this not just lying people. Getting boosters the million plus some people are just walking into their cvs or walgreens inside a thirty shot where i am in richfield connecticut. I could do that and the people have done that. They've walked into cvs. or whatever. And i just before you mentioned. People throwing out doses. This piece talked. About twelve miller's wasted in june july and august and the correction would not correction addendum to art is. I'm going to quote you to you. Art you're telling us last week and more reading i do. It's not a booster. It's more appropriately called a potentially three shot regimen so that we don't get into this can under having said that who says learning doesn't occur exaclty media discussion. So is there any evidence so far and this is not. Because i plan to become a booster bandit as marjorie calls them is there any evidence while we're still looking what the benefit potentially is. Is there any evidence at all that there is harm from having a third shot. Is there been anything. No none you say. Oh sorry go. No co overdrive reaction too much immunity at it now. I mean there's probably i'm gonna guess. Hundreds of thousands of people have done this but we're not following them. They're just kind of wandering in getting it disappearing into the unknown. That's always bad. You wanna be able to trace and track People who are doing this and we're not really set up to do it So i do think it's the third shot. Correct not sure. It really is a booster but in the sense of the ethics. Here your choice. you're thinking about it. They'll do it. You probably could do if i know. I'm still trying to wait for a little more information to come in. I think it might be a little too risky. And maybe it's too soon look. I got my shot february. Should you know. Should i wait. The full eight nine months before immunity starts to go down. Is that the best timing to really get the effect of my third shot..
"richfield" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To Richfield, New Jersey and J. Hello, J. Yeah, I'm gonna, uh you know, I skimmed over your thing about by the left suppresses free speech, and I'm gonna make this point clear. Don't think just more upset that the left decided to copy the Traffic that the right have used over you over many decades where they try to censor. What they thought was in moral. And on American I have no idea what you're talking about. Well, come on. Yeah. When somebody says they have no idea what you're talking about. The response should be okay, Dennis, Let me give you examples. I'm going to give you the example right now. Okay. How about the last temptation of Christ about the movie Finding Nemo? Wait, wait, wait. What about the last temptation of Christ? Remember the cost for us for censorship By right wing Christian wanted, wasn't it Wasn't I saw it in the movie theater wasn't in fact suppressed. Love. And are you suppressed for not being on the Internet? You're on the Internet. Correct? My mom being intimate of the just today, Okay? So you're telling you I feel like I have entered the Twilight Zone. You do not acknowledge you do not acknowledge that Okay. If you don't respond, I have to put you on hold. It's I hate doing this. Just then it sounds like I'm suppressing a caller. But I have to be allowed to respond. I just want to. I want to know, because I prefer clarity. New agreement. You are telling me that there is no censorship of right wing views in this country at this time that what you're telling me? No. So then why did you call There is no centrists of right now there is. There is no Okay? Uh, My friends. Just today. My wife was listening to Dr Simone Gold. Who was speaking about as a doctor. Some of the dangers of this The potential dangers of the rap rapidity with which this vaccination was made YouTube shut her down a doctor. In the middle of her presentation. The president of the United States is does not have a Twitter account. Or the former president of the United States. Calls like this. Or won't make me pessimistic. To deny that the right Is shut down in the United States if you did I speak about the man who lost his job. Because he was at the peaceful demonstration in Washington. Yes. I spoke about that. A photo of him and now he has no work. He was a musician. This is the biggest cancel culture in the history of the United States. Half this country is literally afraid for their vocation and.
"richfield" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Tell me about the song You like Gloria Stefan. Silent night, reaching back to my maternal roots. My grand parents were both Cubans. I don't think a little Spanish. Yeah, like Debbie. Hey, Bob. That's a great choice. Thank you so much. And thank you so much for the kind words about honor Flight, Rachel's and walk ashore. Rachel quickly. What's the song? Because be it is the secret of Christmas. Anything by being Crosby? Great. Yep. The message of it's what you do all your through. Not just at Christmas time. That's a great message. Rachel. Thank you so much. I also like anything by Sinatra. It's a naturally if someone's stuff was going to ask me, I would say Sinatra for you. Yeah, he would be right near the top of the list. Christmas and Sarajevo by transit. Berrien Orchestra That's coming in here. Christmas and Hollis by Run DMC. That's Adam Richfield. Yeah, that's a good one. Dominic. The donkey know that dad gave me that would remind me of you. Yeah, You would like that one. Mary. Did you know the Pentatonix version Tonics? Yes, that's by Caden, who's eight years old. That's so great. I love that was nice. That King Cole's chestnuts roasting on an open fire of singing that one. You guys are moving so fast for me. We got to get back to the donkey. What is the origin of this one? Take it away, Debbie and give the dog it was I remember hearing it when I was out on the East Coast. So I York area very big into that whole area. And, yeah, me, too. If it is, though, Okay, we spend more time talking about the donkey than Sinatra in the segment. It's time for the segment to be its 3 57 wtmj. More. It's what everybody wants..
"richfield" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Largest consumer electronics retailers saw surging demand for items like home theater and appliances and help people learn, cook work and connect in their homes. The Richfield, Minnesota based retailers said third quarter profits rose 33% While sales were up 21% sales of stores open at least a year. Rose 23% that is correspondent Jeremy House reporting best by joining big box stores such as Target Home Depot, Wal Mart and Lowe's and others, which have all reported strong quarterly results. Those retailers were allowed to stay open during the lockdown. In the early part of the virus in the spring and have seen their dominance increase as consumers focus on necessities and home related activities. Breaking news and analysis a town hall dot com. Kentucky authorities suspending a Lexington coffee shops operating license when the owner defied virus Executive order to shut down. Kentucky. Alcohol Beverage Control ordered brood at 1 24 Malibu to close down in accordance with state guidelines. But outer Andrew Cooper, writer continued operate. But over here last week set out new restrictions that suspended into our dining for three weeks, as well as restricted outdoor dining. When Cooper rider refused to change operations, authorities suspended his alcohol license. Some customers turned up to the coffee shop expressly because Cooper writer was fighting the governor's orders. Patrick Cross reporting live Christmas trees making quite a comeback this year..
"richfield" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The Richfield, Minnesota based retailers had third quarter profits rose 33% while sales were up 21%. Sales at stores open at least a year. Rose 23%. It's correspondent Jeremy House reporting. Police blocked protesters and marching in Poland's capitalist demonstrations took place across the country against an attempt to restrict abortion. One point protest participants gathered on a major thoroughfare, causing traffic to back up. Police issued warnings that the demonstration was illegal because it had not been registered ahead of time. It also violated a pandemic related ban on large gatherings. This is town hall dot com. Frances, resuming collection of a special tax on big tech companies like Amazon and Facebook. The move comes despite the threat of more U. S. Retaliatory terrorist on French wines and other goods. The tax brought it about €400 million for the French budget last year, but the government agreed to suspend it this year in the hopes that an international deal on taxing online companies could be reached by the end of the year. No such deal has materialized, notably amid resistance from the Trump administration. So the French finance minister now says France will again levy its tax. But Magna reporting about 1000 protesters gathered outside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's official residence in Jerusalem Saturday night. Pressing ahead with their months long campaign demanding his resignation. Mix of grassroots groups have held weekly protest, saying Netanyahu should step down while he is on trial for corruption and because of his handling of the coronavirus in Israel, or the stories to town hall dot com on Patrick Pause. It's Hollywood. 3 60 on AM 9 73 Answer. Now for the show reflecting on classic radio Hollywood 3 60 with your host, Carl. Um are you lost your magic? They knocked you off your game. You're Carl Nous. What? Right out the window. What's with this, Carl? This It's not even a real word to conjunction proposition. It's a philosophy a way of life. It's your name with miss attached to it. Listen to me. If you would have done what I asked you to come in my dressing room before the show, you're known that you weren't supposed to come out. Out here until I introduced Jack. I tried to get into your dressing room, but I didn't have a nickel on. Understand You're pretty funny is a region comedy is a kind of hobby Blood. Well, actually, it's a little more than just the hot.
"richfield" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Well, Speaking of celebrity sense, there is a new celebrity scented candle out just in time for the holidays. And it's from our good friend Gwyneth Paltrow. What now so she can be with the one I gave her. The idea of this are this candle smells like my armpit. No. Okay, but her it no. Unfortunately, Lori, she did not hear your bat signal. And we did not get that. No, we have a new candle. It's called the smells like my pre nup. Oh, for crying out for $75. It's a joke gift yet $75 Tio. No. Yeah, These average people, jokes and prices. Oh, my God. Well, now it contains notes of grapefruit and sexy citrusy Berga, Mont was supple notes of ripened raspberry, and I don't know if people want to joke about their pre nup. Is there going to be ready for this candle? I don't predict this is going to sell that well. No, no joke. Gift. People are sensitive if they forget to get a pre nup. I don't know what I can't. Oh, all right. That's the dirt. Thanks. Here. Welcome. All right, let's move on to my talk Traffic. It doesn't really smell like anything. But it is starting on 35. W South found a spot out vehicle in Richfield right around the ramp. So for 90 for eastbound and also have a crash on 52 south bone with assault vehicle blocking the lane. That's right around Highway 1, 56 and Butler Avenue. That's right. Talk traffic. Your five eyewitness news. Weather forecast Partly cloudy tonight with a low of 24. So is back tomorrow morning less than an inch of accumulation happening with a high of 35 right now to my talk.
"richfield" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Home with start with a fair commission plans and then choose a company that publicly supports business owners property rights and the constitution choose redefined realty all your home selling the the saw mill restaurant pub in Richfield open again for in house dining and with nicer weather finally arriving you can also choose to eat on their expansive covered deck just take the whole election from forty one turn west take the first right just after the railroad tracks the saw mill will be just around the bend on your left welcome to the retirement clinic with your host Jeff Cole wall from the coal wall investment group these retirement specialists except this morning Jeff is not in studio we are joined by Aaron Spitzer and Joe still from the qual investment group good morning guys good morning morning show what I say good morning again because you're you're off now good morning London clear guys great to have you in studio this is live so if we talk retirement related issues and you have a question that pops up we're gonna comment feel free to join us of course the second mortgage talk and text line I'll just throw it out there now any retirement question that you have financial planning your future your nest egg four one four seven nine nine eleven thirty the coal investment group of course does market updates on W. I. B. in Madison where we are also on the air this morning M. W. I. St Milwaukee twice today and you guys are big part of that Erin yes far as the the plants are about to have the the the market reports here yep three o'clock five o'clock you'll hear us live at three o'clock report giving update about what's happening in the market that day how it's affecting your retirement plan and then also again the five o'clock news block on which we give you again a recap of what how the markets finished out that day and again how it's affected your your individual situation yeah we're not going to dissect every thing that happened in the market this week show but boy the days of it doesn't seem like there's one day were the market the Dow finishes thirty points of thirty points down or up it's always seems to be seven hundred up then five hundred out then seven hundred up it's amazing the volatility is amazing right now right it's it's the uncertainty the uncertainty times you know we've we've never gone through anything like this is a country and the economic numbers are ugly right now they're actually not as bad as we originally anticipated that's why the market has come back pretty significantly from the bottom from the very what forty percent down yeah that that we get our own about forty at the bottom the S. and P. was down about thirty four percent fastest move into a bear market in history but then we came right back and you're you're most likely going to see the market you know in a trading range I laugh because Erin Erin gives me a hard time about saying a trading range what's on your easy out what but we're gonna like wing you're cautiously optimistic yeah we're going to bounce back and forth a little bit here based on the numbers that are coming out you know the the this pandemic is going throughout the country and different states are experiencing you know some increases summer coming down and so the market is going to move based on that information and as some of the some of the stats drive me nuts in awhile because that test numbers are way up there testing thousands right of course we're gonna see the cases play when I look at his hospitalizations and I'd hate to say it but death numbers right and you look at the rate and it's just not quite there guys I'm sorry yes the cases are up so the media grabs just says that all the time on the show if it bleeds it leads correct so that's what you're seeing right now and it it does frustrate me too you see the bad news all they're talking about is surging numbers and you're saying you're saying numbers go up in some states with among younger age groups of people that don't show a lot of symptoms that a symptomatic Hey don't don't even know the habit if it weren't for the test right so all of that is very insightful stuff I agree with you a hundred percent on that everybody has their own opinion we're not going to get into call of it but we kind of are and in fact Aaron Spitzer your first story has to do with rotavirus yeah I'm a covert expert no to go to court at the coal investment yeah actually you know when you're talking about the economic numbers before I get into the story it's got interesting as these numbers are all over the place when you look at the you know you're looking at consumer spending retail spending unemployment wages all of that it's it didn't even corporate guidance it's all over the place and what we're seeing more and more of is we're looking further into the numbers and these leading economic indicators trying to get a good idea I'm even traffic that's going through airports I mean they're looking at the TSA numbers to see if there is a a rising now people traveling again so the numbers are getting more and more granular trying to get a better idea on okay what what's actually a good number to look at here to see about economic activity cell phone tracking yeah look at that is the movement of your cell phone yeah in in a lot of these numbers are you know on the upswing in there is more activity which is all good signs but we just don't hear about it so but it is encouraging to see at least in my own personal life things opening things getting back to normal I went out to dinner last night in Cedarburg with my wife and it was just like always you hasn't I I think most people want that to happen I'm not sure of certain powers that be in the media wanted to happen politically driven this is an election year what always happens any election year weird stuff yes and so here we are right well anyways I'll give you guys my a quick update here you know this is did update that came out this week the articles from Barron's titled the iris expands corona virus related relief so back at the end of March we're all aware we had the carriers that come through which gave a lot of help out to businesses and individuals who were affected by cold in nineteen oh really for the most part a lot of people were were given the benefit when we got our our stimulus checks here but what we have here is just to updates one in regards to your required minimum distributions the article talks about the tax agency here is allowing more people who took a required minimum distribution from a defined contribution retirement plan or an IRA to roll the money back into the plan again so if you took a required minimum distribution the current raw rules are allowed you to roll that money back into your plan as long as that distribution was taken between may excuse me February first and may fifteenth so it left out a group of people that may have taken a distribution in January and then it only gave you the route the current role again only gave you until July fifteenth to put that money back into the plan now what they've done is they've expanded that rule gave you a little bit more leeway and on Tuesday the iris gave those who gave the rollover relief to non spouse inherited IRA owners and to those who took our M. dis at any time this year so even if you took your RMD in January he said Hey I don't really need this money I just thought I had to take it out because the government was making me they're not alone you to roll that money back into your plant in there giving you until August thirty first so there give you a little bit more time to to get that done now the other item that they've expanded on was some the rules around taking a corona virus related hardship withdrawal from your retirement accounts okay so in currently or in the past if we rewind let's say just into last year if you took money out of your planning your younger than the age of fifty nine and a half you pay tax and you pay ten percent penalty okay now with the carers act the government said you can take a distribution from your retirement account.
"richfield" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Week the Supreme Court gave residents of the tiny town of opportunity Montana and answering their decades long court battle against one of the largest corporations in the world the residents have been fighting to have Atlantic Richfield do additional cleanup of their property contaminated with arsenic and lead from decades of smelting operations at the oral arguments Chief Justice John Roberts pointed out the EPA's role and if someone else in your position would come in and say we're not doing anything here and so we're gonna go ahead and do this on the EPA's answer might simply be that well we haven't gotten to it yet but we want to be the ones to decide what to do rather than the particular landowners there because we have a broader perspective affecting the whole site but justice Neil Gorsuch questioned whether the property rights of the residents were being infringed takings claim you think that arises from the government's position that the any remediation efforts for predefined gets forty five years is prohibited by landowners on Monday the Supreme Court ruled that the landowners must first get approval from the EPA joining me is Pat parental a professor at the Vermont law school so who gets the win the landowners Atlantic Richfield the EPA what decision each get something out of it the landowners have the right says the Supreme Court to proceed in state court to seek additional remedies or restoration for the contamination from the Atlantic Richfield site Atlantic Richfield gets to argue that the state remedy or the additional landowner remedy cannot interfere with the EPA remedy which of course and languorous feel has agreed to implement an EPA gets to keep control over the overall clean up and make sure that what landowners might do in addition to what you P. A. has ordered to be done doesn't interfere with that so everybody gets something she's justice Roberts authored the majority opinion what was he thinking Richard Curtis was sympathetic to the landowners and he thought that Congress had clearly carved out a remedy for landowners who felt like the EPA remedy didn't go far enough to protect them and he said state courts and state based remedies were permissible and that Congress did not seek to cut those off justice Alito wasn't convinced of that and I think he probably would have tossed the landowners out all together justice Gorsuch what's even more sympathetic to the landowners and felt like they should be able to proceed without EPA's permission or approval so it's not really an interesting split among the conservative wing of the court in this particular case the liberals once sat there quietly they certainly went along with Roberts and not with Gorsuch an interesting little bit of a split between Roberts and Gorsuch on this course it's said that the outcome in the case of strips away ancient common law rights from innocent landowners and forces them to suffer toxic waste in their backyards playgrounds and farms and there seem to be a little bakery shall we say between Gorsuch and Roberts using the metaphor of a sandbox yes a fight in the sandbox indeed it was a testy exchange that Gorsuch is finding his voice I think on the court and being willing to stand up to the chief in this instance it almost sounds like an environmentalist in this case right worried about toxic ten boxes and so forth you know courses does reveal himself to be a strong believer in sort of the custom of law common law our heritage of ball we've seen that before some of his opinions it's part of being I think a conservative judges who believes in property rights in a lot of his concern about giving the EPA too much control over whether and what the landowner wants is permissible or not is a reflection of his anti regulatory outlook on life so not not terribly surprising but very strongly worded concurring and dissenting opinions for sure the landowners can sue in state court under state law but they need EPA approval and how big the catch is that the legal pointed out in his concurring opinion at this point the landowners really can't proceed any further without EPA sign off any PA rejected the proposed additional remedy that the landowners wanted before so there's no reason to believe that EPA is is going to approve at least with the landowners had previously proposed now they may come up with a new proposal but as they go back you know the Supreme Court has sent this back to the Montana Supreme Court for further proceedings and it looks to me like either the land owners are are going to have to go to eat PA right now before they go any further in state court or the state court is going to have to dismiss the landowners case unless and until they get EPA's approval that appears to be where we are at this point since then so much depends on who who's running the EPA and what the attitude of the EPA of the moment is so that seems like a defeat for the landowners then I think it's a partial defeat for sure I mean what they were counting on is is a green light to just go forward with their case and prove their case in state court and get an award from state court and I doesn't look like they're going to be able to do that it also doesn't look like they're going to be able to persuade EPA of the kind of work that they want to do on their own property which may according to EPA interfere with the approach that EPA has taken to the cleanup of the site and the course that's part of this big settlement agreement with Atlantic Richfield and I think it's gonna be hard to convince EPA that additional remedies are needed but at least the Supreme Court has given the land owners the opportunity to try that does this decision give enough certainty to companies that if they agreed to a cleanup plan with the EPA that it's definite that they don't have to worry about paying more in the future no it doesn't and I think that's one thing that bothered to lido it still leaves a crack in the door you know after how many years some twenty some years this site has been done on the national priority list and being all cleaned up and if they were still not done there's still many years left of work to do so there's now still the uncertainty about whether a landowner could actually make a compelling argument today as you say either to the CPA or to our future EPA that the revenue doesn't go far enough for them and that their ground water they're drinking water for their use of water on their land is not safe I mean we are talking about arsenic after all this is a serious threat so yeah I I think this case does create uncertainty for settlements particularly for these very expensive cleanups does the decision give enough guidance is it clear enough for federal courts state courts that have to interpret it in the future I don't think so the case has left open the question what would happen if the landowners proposed a new plan for clean up on their property the EPA disapproves can the landowners challenge.
"richfield" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Okay so what was Rodney Rainey's? State in the fifties also played baseball, and was the captain and played in the college. World Series in the late Fifties Penn state. It and then he took the job at Chester. And that was my sophomore year. We had four junior highs that said in the one high school. So we, we all came in as sophomore and it was Rainey's first year. and. after three games. Are Sophomore. Team killed people. We won like by thirty each game. And the Varsity was struggling, and he figured his first year. What he was going to do was may as well get. The GUYS GONNA develop the down the road, so he brought. US up from south more, team. And then we started. Every game the rest of the way. But he was, he was fundamentally sound as a coach. Play fast. Play man you talk. My went behind my back. they made a pass on A. Fast break. At the next time out, he just looked me in the eye and said. It better get there. You can do it better. Get there. I got to go. No it coach coach? Son was much the same way. Okay. So you get you get done playing. Did. You have a plan. Did you know what you WANNA do? Did you WANNA be like your debt? Like what was the? What was the take me back. You graduate from Wilkes College in Nineteen Sixty nine. What was I look crazy time in society. You're getting done with college. What, what were you thinking did here's what I did I actually? Did an interview. I I looked at the FBI. met with in Chile just to see just to get an idea if it would be something That I'd be interested in but I had a degree in business economics marketing. an Arco Atlantic Richfield had hired me. Offer me, a contract. so I I signed Darko was ready to start. Working for them and you know become CEO eventually or become Beijing may.
"richfield" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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Summit shows you don't have to be a lobbyist or an adult to lobby your state rep
"Experts. Tell us that while changing. Your personal behavior will help. It's going to take policy change to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. So what can you do to help with that? Dozens of Minnesota teens found out at the youth climate justice summit at the state capital this week and our producer. Megan burks tagged along to bring back some tips fifteen year old. Audrey arc win of Saint. Paul says the first thing you need to know about talking to lawmakers is that they're people they're all former teachers they all hold other jobs within their lifetime and they've just decided to run for office They're not scary and most often. They've listened to constituent feedback arc sits on the Minnesota Youth Council which advises legislators and the governor on issues. That young people care about in two thousand seventeen. He went to Germany for a UN climate summit. In last year he helped organize the climate strike that brought thousands of students to the state capital. This is an existential threat to us as a society. We have shown that we are able as youth to bring out so many people to support our cause of climate justice and climate activism. We have been able to persuade. Legislators we have really been the ones that are sparking change inside this government right now. So what's our Quinn's formula for making his case to lawmakers I the most compelling part is always why you care about this issue whether you have family members that are being affected Europe being affected by it yourself. You have children that you WANNA grow up in a world where it's not fundamentally different than the world. You're able to grow up and that always connects to legislators and a really important way and then also making sure there's a clear you wanna say. Will you support this bill? Will you commit to doing something like supporting a cause? That's a big one. Are Quinn says that part? The ask can be tricky. It has to be specific tangible and one of the things that is really helpful is going to our state website many times online. They have built summaries. No one has the time to page through a twenty page bill. That is in language that we don't understand because it's used in the house so by looking for those summaries. I can give you a really great idea about what this does in short amount of time and sort of allow you to gain a position on it. Legislators expecting you to be experts on these things they want to know that you're committed and they wanNA know how it's affecting you and how you want them to act on it. They don't need you to be a policy expert on what exactly needs to change. Because that's their job will welcome everybody to see this formula action followed group of students from St Louis Park Richfield Minneapolis into dfl representative Jamie. Wong's office the Energy Conservation for schools bill and kind of connected to we know that next year there's GonNa be a lot of budget cuts for schools in Minneapolis and worrying about how that's going to affect our concentration so last year. We had funding for solar in schools was in the house. Bill for big Climate spending package got had broad support. Unfortunately we weren't able to get it through the Senate and we wanted to push as a solo bill or not a part of another bill where you could just kind of taken out at the last second. This would be its own separate. Did you hear that? They want representative long to keep the schools proposal. Which has bipartisan support? Out of an omnibus bill that could also include some dealbreakers that keep it from getting past long. Who'd had ten other meetings that morning says? This kind of interaction truly helps. We may care about thirty or forty different issues that we want to try to get something done. But you're not going to be able to get everything done in a particular year or session so we need to prioritize and hearing from folks even folks. We agree with that. This is something that matters a lot right that this is a top priority. That really helps us focus in. If you're feeling inspired get to at the legislative session ends may
"richfield" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
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"richfield" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"richfield" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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Gloria Wilson Discuss Her Love for Building Things Comes from Growing up Poor
"Attempt to describe what you do but I think you should describe what you do it joy that I get is making something out of something that maybe someone threw away it's funny you say that for for the longest time when I was a younger woodworker more and more woodworkers and in my later years I have really discovered the joy is that part important to you it's it's really important to me our outings were going to the city dump and you pick up something that worked and so I kind of always carried that with me just kind really do some very fine work so how did you get started in wood then as I got older I got a job company and they started to offer a program for women to bad deal so I I took that and I absolutely loved it now we're sitting in Oregon and then moved here in the battleground Richfield so let's talk about the items that you build sometimes I'll see something like I want to show and Packwood and I thought well it also Kinda neat so I'd bring him home in a new dish you know CNC out it's your ideas just kind of just kind of happen and it's like is all that would is so beautiful and and you can't buy that anymore the old for an old plywood ideas are they're always changing it's it's never really the same so I want yeah go ahead and play your website if you want I my dot com do you do you post on Instagram instagram's well and in the creation toy what that means so I really liked that because that's kind of who I am I just I love to make things and it may be I've built a lot of earns for people and aid and just kind of happens do you do a lot of commission work fathers and it was it was hard process because you can you know from start to finish maybe maybe I should use the word not hard but emotional it is very very much you do get that way but the one for a family member Oh yeah let's cue that one that one is so as far as woodworking there's there's so many I mean I've erling engine that's not really woodworking but it's it's in the trade of machining nations in my shop in it was one of the most amazing projects engineers gorgeous yeah it's really that's a very the team but yeah when hi school robotics team and I get a lot of joy out of that the main focus I mean they take time to do a lot of community building
"richfield" Discussed on KQED Radio
"What the oil giant was really up to the oil companies were highly suspect a lot of people's mind Chris Evert specter was a research scientist for arco seller owned by the oil company Atlantic Richfield a competitor to excellent starting in the late seventies of course in the sixties seventies and eighties there were a number of oil spills there was clear evidence environmental spoil ation and so I think we'll companies were seen with great skepticism and justifiably so sincere respect her but inside arco he says the commitment seller was real are clear marching orders were to change the world well Exxon had open markets for solar arc invested in making the technology more efficient more durable Terry Chester who joined arco seller is a senior in college says that work proved crucial that fundamental investment in materials and understanding how these things behave because now people don't even talk about the reliability solar panels are some reliable but all that work was done in the early days our co became the biggest seller manufacturer in the world but fuller had yet to turn a profit Chrissy respect to recalls how the chairman of the board would defend the spending that went something like this all the money that we've spent on solar so far is roughly equivalent to one dry hole exploratory drilling that turned up nothing and we don't intend to give up we intend to drill this whole all the way to the bottom in the end the oil companies did give up the energy crisis of the seventies gave way to an oil surplus in the eighties large amounts of oil and natural gas lay beneath our land and off our shores untouched Ronald Reagan ended Jimmy Carter solar subsidies and loose fire concluded it would take at least a decade before. consular business would be self sustaining so Exxon got out of solar and by the end of the eighties so had arco left behind was a generation of innovators.
"richfield" Discussed on KCRW
"What the oil giant was really up to the oil companies were highly suspect a lot of people's mind Chris Evert specter was a research scientist for arco seller owned by the oil company Atlantic Richfield a competitor to excellent starting in the late seventies of course in the sixty seventies and eighties there were a number of oil spills there was clear evidence of environmental spoil ation and so I think we'll companies were seen with great skepticism and justifiably so says he respect her but inside arco he says the commitment seller was real are clear marching orders were to change the world well Exxon had open markets for solar arc invested in making the technology more efficient more durable Terry Chester who joined arco seller as a senior in college says that work proved crucial that fundamental investment in materials and understanding how these things behave because now people don't even talk about the reliability solar panels are so reliable but all that work was done in the early days our co became the biggest seller manufacturer in the world but solar had yet to turn a profit Chrissy respect to recalls how the chairman of the board would defend the spending that went something like this all the money that we've spent on solar so far is roughly equivalent to one dry hole exploratory drilling that turned up nothing and we don't tend to give up when tend to drill this whole all the way to the bottom in the end the oil companies did give up the energy crisis of the seventies gave way to an oil surplus in the eighties large amounts of oil and natural gas lay beneath our land on far shores untouched Ronald Reagan ended Jimmy Carter solar subsidies and loose Trier concluded it would take at least a decade before I. consular business would be self sustaining so Exxon got out of solar and by the end of the eighties so had arco left behind was a generation of innovators was.
"richfield" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"What the oil giant was really up to the oil companies were highly suspect a lot of people's mind Chris Evert specter was a research scientist for arco seller owned by the oil company Atlantic Richfield a competitor to Exxon starting in the late seventies of course in the sixty seventies and eighties there were a number of oil spills there was clear evidence of environmental spoil ation and so I think we'll companies were seen with great skepticism and justifiably so says he respect her but inside arco he says the commitment seller was real are clear marching orders were to change the world well Exxon had open markets for solar arc invested in making the technology more efficient more durable Terry Chester who joined arco seller as a senior in college says that work proved crucial that fundamental investment in materials and understanding how these things behave because now people don't even talk about the reliability of solar panels are so reliable but all that work was done in the early days our co became the biggest seller manufacturer in the world but solar had yet to turn a profit Chrissy respect to recalls how the chairman of the board would defend the spending it went something like this all the money that we've spent on solar so far is roughly equivalent to one dry hole exploratory drilling that turned up nothing and we don't intend to give up when tend to drill this whole all the way to the bottom in the end the oil companies did give up the energy crisis of the seventies gave way to an oil surplus in the eighties large amounts of oil and natural gas lay beneath our landed on far shores untouched Ronald Reagan ended Jimmy Carter solar subsidies and loose Trier concluded it would take at least a decade before I. consular business would be self sustaining so Exxon got out of solar and by the end of the eighties so had arco left behind was a generation of innovators.
Pakistan, President and Cleveland discussed on Washington Today
"Twelve thousand last week to two hundred fifteen thousand its lowest level in forty five years and two thousand fourteen nobel peace prizewinner malala yousafzai return today to her native pakistan for the first time since she was shot there in two thousand twelve by militants in the swat region angered at her championing of education for girls president donald trump today headed to richfield ohio south of cleveland to speak with union trainees and tout his infrastructure plan in wide ranging remarks on a number of topics the president address yesterday sudden firing of veterans administration secretary david schulkin saying he wasn't happy with the speed of how vets were being taken care of we're going to have real choice that's why i made some changes because i wasn't happy with the speed with which our veterans were taken care of i wasn't happy with and we made a lot of progress the accountability act for years ever trying to get it for decades every tried to get v a accountability when somebody does a bad job in the veterans administration they couldn't do anything about it they were protected you could do anything they had status that treated our vets horribly horribly worse than a movie they had people that wouldn't work you couldn't do anything i had passed the va accountability accountable the accountability at a now when they're bad to our vets or when they're not working for our vets we say a gym you fire get outta here jim get out get out that was a big deal that was a big deal no accountability we got that passed nobody talks about it they don't talk about it they don't want to talk about but i'm doing that for the vets and we made changes because we want them taking care of we want them to have choice so that they can run to a private doctor and take care of it and it's gonna get done.