33 Burst results for "Rick Snyder"

"rick snyder" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

"And we will make it up to those of you in flat listening to this. It will not be forgotten. I promise you that again jordan. Thank you so much for coming honorable and thank you for everything you've done. Because frankly there would have never been any attention on this without you raisin raising of thank you well i What was i going to do this. I am from flint michigan. I was born in saint joseph's hospital on kensington avenue in flint and all those years ago and I i. I was asked what i know if i was on a show i was asked one time. If you were to do your autobiography in three words what would what would. What would your autobiography be. And right away. I said i'm from flint. That's all you need to know about me in anybody from flint knows exactly what i'm talking about and and we were a great great city. We were wear. My uncle was in the sit down strike in thirties. Founded the w you know. The middle class really had its birthplace in flint michigan first city in the country with a black mayor for sitting the country to pass an open housing ordinance. So much good has come from flint so much has been given to the rest of the country and as jordan said. If you don't think that what's happening with the water isn't gonna come to you someday. Just remember that we. We used to be one of the most successful american cities where everybody had a good job. Guy down the street. The his dad was a bagger bag groceries that they. Mp belong to a union. Even the grocery store baggers had a union which meant that they had healthcare. they had a living wage. All of this all of these ideas that originated from flint. Starting back in the thirties. It is wrong to let this town that gave so much to this country be destroyed so i ask that you'll those of you are listening to. Please write your members of congress in your senators And the attorney general of michigan dana nessel is her name any seal. Just send it to her..

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"rick snyder" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

"Twenty fourteen they started seeing an increase in legionella cases to two months after the switchover to the flat wherever they started seeing a significant increase in genesee county of legionella which is a deadly waterborne editorial bacterial pneumonia and M rick snyder. Health department was aware of an increase in legionella in june july. Then august There was i. It was first detected in the local mclaren hospital in flint and That is where my recent reporting starts because mirus recent reporting Indicates that governor snyder was fully aware of the deadly legionella outbreak as early as october twenty fourteen. Which is a hell of a lot earlier than january. Two thousand sixteen which is what. He testified to congress. Well that right there. There's there's the big that's the big factoid of this of this cover up and I i know you're you can't go inside governor snyder's brain but but really the ambition maybe running for president the connections to the new york banks that are funding. This how does he. How does he live with himself once. He knows he's been told by medical officials. Now there's a problem. There's a problem where we are causing a lot of sickness in the city of flint because of their drinking this water and they shouldn't be and they shouldn't be bathing in it and they should and and to then just to go into the mode of say nothing do nothing. Well i want to. You know The current attorney general dana nessel charged him with willful neglect of duty. Which is a misdemeanor. We get into that. But i found this was not neglect. He didn't neglect act. He acted he covered it. Up your alley. And i think people know you might remember this but the context of when we found this avalanche of phone calls between we found an avalanche over. Two days between the governor has chief of staff and the health director This was october two thousand fourteen. It's not just that he's trying to get reelected. He is at that point in the final stretch of trying to quote rescue detroit and bring detroit out of bankruptcy right which was going to be his his his whole thing with running for president was going to be on an economic wizard that rescue Distress cities i didn't enjoy decrying. Yeah yeah and that was what was happening in the background while the outbreak By october two thousand fourteen they had already had a about forty cases. Just that year In genesee county the normal amount they had was anywhere from like ten to fifteen so they had forty by october..

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"rick snyder" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

"Join a new regional water pipeline system. But there was one difference between this. This new water pipeline that was being built and The detroit water coming from lake huron and that was the lake. Iran water that's received was already finished. It was already treated with chemicals that make water safe to drink and you get. And there's no further need to treat it. The brand new pipeline. That was being constructed. That was going to be raw water. And you know what you needed. A lot of rural water for. Michael fracking agriculture. How meatpacking sugarbeet farming you name it. They called it the blue economy and it was They framed it as this is going to make a flint residents water bill. Go down by this brand new pipeline We don't have to deal with detroit raising rates anymore but in reality this brand new pipeline That was being constructed There is a lot of money to be made j. P. morgan Wells fargo in on the deal financial deal for this pipeline There's a letter. Real estate developers set to make a lot of money and again Governor snyder let republicans wanted to frac the hell at a michigan and you need a lot of role water for that. So the reason flint was on this temporary flint river was because they were building this new water pipeline and while they put flint on genesee county for example which flint is part of is predominantly white. They were joining the new pipeline to but while the new pipeline was being constructed. No they didn't put genesee county on the flint river. They kept it on detroit's water system right flint on the flint river. And they the state decided we aren't going to mandate we aren't going to have them at the proper corrosion chemicals into i mean pipes under the ground are nearly one hundred years old in a lot of cities around the country and because they didn't add those chemicals Obviously lead catastrophe lead leaching into the pipes and the bacteria legionella so there. It was a mixture of things..

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"rick snyder" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on WJR 760

"One. Maren Georgia is even handing out $200 gift cards to any city employee who gets their injection in a timely manner. Turns out many people actually wouldn't mind getting jabbed for their jobs. Linked in survey found 46% of US employees actually agree with companies mandating vaccines Actually, Strohmeyer Fox News thought Former Michigan governor Rick Snyder is due back on court in court on Tuesday and charges involving the Flint water crisis. Snyder and eight other former members of his administration facing a total of 41 charges, all of them were arraigned yesterday. Three men have been indicted in a scheme to still stolen medical instruments. It appears to be in it. Side job. Paul Purty 49 from Ohio Valdez, separate thick 32 of Auburn Hills and Zaheer Khan 40 of Fenton Haven't charged in any team count indictment of wire fraud and conspiracy. The case involves stolen medical instruments from Beaumont used for various procedures and then resold at or below retail. One of the men charged, owned a medical supply business and Flint, the other two previously worked in Beaumont. Investigators say the trio reaped more than $560,000 that you're due in federal court in Detroit, January 21st can wriggle SKI WJR news. Checking our world markets this morning. They are down across the board. China Nikkei London All down the Dow Futures are down WJR World Market Update sponsored by the mother.

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"rick snyder" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Those who had their lives and livelihood destroyed by this manmade crisis. And although the criminal justice system alone Cannot remedy all the suffering that every person and dirt We took our parts earthly. And we hope others will do the same. To ensure that this never ever happens again. One name. We know Well, is Ginny a MacDonald of Flint resident through the many conversations that she has had with us on this show? We have seen up close. What Living through this crisis has been like Welcome back. Thank you. So to me when you first heard the news that former Governor Rick Snyder was getting charged with two misdemeanors and quote, failing to protect the health and safety of Flint's residents. Just tell me what what went through your mind? Misdemeanors. That was the first thing that went through my mind is wow. I have friends who who's locked their parents behind it, and we're talking misdemeanors. But It is what it is. It is unfortunate that they're not calling it. What it is straight up Murder. Do you feel that this step is any closer, though? To justice for Flint for your community? Um, baby step of very, very tiny baby step again is another spit in our face because of the community. We are, um, that we could just take whatever you give to us instead of what's right. Mm. Well, I know that you had had to tell your two sons justice and Josiah that the water coming out of your sink was basically poison. No, You did not drink from your faucet for years or even bathe with the tap water. Tell me, Do you feel at all safe now Drinking out of your taps? Never never Never. Never not not here is linked not ever. Hmm. It won't know. So are you still lugging water into your house? All the time. I remember that you had told us that you used to have to do that, literally all the time. Yeah. What a state I'm weekly going to buy our weekly four cases of water? Yes. Well, your sons were. I think there were two and six years old, right when we first met your family that was nearly five years ago. And you can you talk about how is their health now? Oh, uh, They're typically healthy, active Children. But still, um their physical health is fine is the developmental That is the issue. And my biggest concern is the long term, even longer term developmental, um, that's going to properly arrived. What kind of concerns Developmentally, are you? Are you worried about at this point? Well, currently Josiah, he is autistic. I am still saying that that is a result of his water. And he is not a typically developing child with autism. So I have to make sure he has the resources available to him that make sure that he's hitting all his milestones that he needs. And what about justice? How's he doing? The best thing is that justice was older when this broke out, so I believe that his body had enough nutrients in it. At the late didn't affect him as um, severely Ostrovskaya. We're not seeing, but the The delays that we see injustice. I mean, enjoy science, so justice is doing well. I am wondering if today's news restores any faith whatsoever in your states government, you said it seemed like that they were baby steps. Right? How do you feel of going forward? Where's your state government? Mm hmm. At least they're doing something, um, is in a very long process, and I can't I can't. Look past. At least they're doing something, at least. Yeah. Finally, Rick Snyder name has been attached to something. All right, Johnny A. MacDonald of Flint, Michigan. Thank.

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Former Gov. Rick Snyder, top aides, Flint officials arraigned on Flint water charges

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Former Gov. Rick Snyder, top aides, Flint officials arraigned on Flint water charges

"Officials are being charged for their involvement in the Flint water crisis. Michigan Solicitor General Fadwa who mood Says Snyder willfully neglected Flint residents and failed to protect their health and safety. The Flint water crisis is not some relic of the past. At this very moment, The people of Flint continue to suffer from the categorical failure of public officials at all levels of government. Snyder is being charged with two counts of willful neglect of duty each of one year misdemeanor. It follows a calamitous plan that contaminated Flint with lead and contributed to a fatal outbreak of Legionnaire's disease. Connecticut authorities are investigating whether

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Public officials charged in Flint water crisis, allegations

Here & Now

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Public officials charged in Flint water crisis, allegations

"The former governor of Michigan pleaded not guilty today to two charges of willful neglect of duty nearly seven years after lead, contaminated water killed 12 people and sickened Many more in Flint. Rick Snyder is one of at least nine public officials facing criminal charges related to the water crisis that began after the city switched its water supply in 2014. Steve Carmody is a reporter for Michigan radio. He's been following this, Steve explain what it all means, who's been charged? What are they facing? Well the governor is facing as she said, two counts. They're two misdemeanor counts, and that's Very much. The least important charges filed there a couple members of former senior State Health Department officials who are facing nine counts of involuntary manslaughter. That's tied to the Legionnaire's disease outbreak, which occurred at the same time as the Flint water switch, and some experts believe was caused by the switch in Flint's water. There are also some other people close to the former governor man who was his chief fixer. Is charged with perjury and extortion. Both of those felonies so there are quite a few charges and we'll learn more about what the bases for those charges are as these criminal cases continue. Well, this was such a devastating event for Flint, and they've been dealing with the fall out. For years. You've been hearing from residents, here's Montana's Edwards. Made it hard on people who stay here and he just go out in the sunset. No, we want we want justice what he did. Sounds like he's not happy with those misdemeanor charges. What else are we hearing? A lot of people aren't happy with those misdemeanor charges there. You know. This has been seven years in the making since the city's water source was switched by the emergency managers appointed by Governor Snyder to run the city of Flint. And people have been wanting justice. They have wanted someone to have charges brought against them, and they're they're tired of waiting. And when they see that the governor who has been their main target of you know, the P person they wanted most to see criminally charged is on Lee being charged with misdemeanors. They're very disappointed in that. Will. Snyder's attorney says the charges were part of a politically motivated smear campaign. And this is pretty unusual to have AH former governor charge like this one of the political implications. Well, this is the first time in the history of the state of Michigan So we're talking 180 years since a former governor was charged with crimes connected to when they were in office. So this is a very rare event, obviously in the state of Michigan, and this is a criminal charge brought against a former Republican governor under a Democrat attorney general. So there have been allegations raised that this may have been somewhat politically motivated. We'll see how it plays out in court. Of Comedy reporter for Michigan Radio. Thank you very much. You're welcome.

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"rick snyder" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on WJR 760

"For the covert 19 outbreak in Michigan and continuing deaths of people. There's your questions. Are they responsible for that? Are you gonna bring charges against them? Or will you say No. They did their best. Yeah, exactly. Let's bring in now. Our next guest, he walked right into a firestorm there. He wasn't expecting he could handle it, though. He's the Senate majority leader. He's a Republican from Clark like frequent guest on the show. Senator Mike Shirky, Greg to have you with us. I hope you have a great holiday season. Senator. How are you? Wanna acknowledge you, my friend. I heard that you formally announced that you're going to be moving on to a different agenda on the daily basis here soon and just know that you're gonna be certainly certainly missed. I have no clue as to how w J R is gonna fill that boy. But I know the bar is very high. And I expect to hear from you on occasion and stay engaged with the things that you're so passionate about. Just wish you the best. Thank you so much for those kind thoughts and you can bet I will stay in touch with the senator. It Z just been a delight and you've always been a Always willing to come on the air. No matter how difficult the subject or your stance might be are controversial stance. My feet have always been willing to come on and talk about it. So I thank you for all of that along the way. Rick Snyder in court this morning, charged on two counts that we know of by our attorney general involving the Flint water crisis, and I just I go back to that time when it's what it started back in the mid to thousands and 2015 or so 2014. And I just I don't know how Rick Snyder did anything. I can't think of one policy that Rick Snyder put in place that had any impact on Flint. Am I forgetting something here? Because it was their city council that changed over to Flint Water. There's three things one. I believe it's Ah witch hunt that is purposeful as you identified because our attorney general is not is every everything about politics. Number two. You know, there's been a pretty substantial settlement related Tonto Flint and I think it's time for us to let the healing process begin and fulfill that settlement and get that behind us. And third seems to me there's a lot more pressing issues in front of our state right now, and maybe the focus should be on the unnecessary. Worst, Yes, that nursing homes early in covert. It's not. That's necessarily prosecuting Tyler response was broadly Regards to covert. But I think there's absolutely vulnerability with regards to how this administration that dealt with nursing homes specifically and Dana Jen Nessel wants something that's more timely, more contemporary. I think she should be looking at that. Well, indeed, I would not put high odds on her pursuing that, though, because as we both agreed that she he's very, very political and I think it's it's going to remain that way. Now. The covert that we're hearing about that everybody is afraid of. You have had realized the worst nightmare and contracted it back in in December around Christmas time, and I I want to make sure that everybody gets a full accounting of how you feel, Senator how you found out and how you feel. I feel great. Yes, the Chinese flew Army Army send in one of their best soldiers. His name was Rhona and we had a wrestling contest. You know, I'm not as young as I used to be. So he ruined and I had a little wrestling contest for a few days, but I finally pinned his butt to the ground. Uh, so it was. It was just a tough blue. Had a fever, You know, a modest either low, greater modest fever and little fatigue. And, of course, the standard losing your taste or actually, in my case, changing my taste. Lasted a few days. It was real. Nobody in my family denied the facts or should be across the station tonight. In fact, Colbert is real. But with the proper precautions in the proper medications and staying healthy now we had a little wrestling contest, and I won. Yeah, that's good To hear. Meantime, we're getting complaints that you know from the other side of the aisle, especially like state representative free Tenet are from the from the House. About the lack of people wearing masks in in legislative sessions. I'd like to get an update from you on How many of the senators you notice wearing mask? Can you give us an estimate? Percentage wise? Yeah, I think that compliance of wearing mass when we weren't together in session and even in committee meetings and so forth, has continued to improve on the Senate floor. Right there. You two find somebody that zone the Senate Fuller, not wearing a mask. It just doesn't happen. They may take your mask down to take a drink of water or something, but it simply just doesn't happen. Or if they stand at the microphone and make it they're making the statement that they may take the mask out so that we can just so we can understand what they're saying. Those that air don't take your mask up. It's really hard, T o discern. You know what saying, But they're they're not putting anybody a risk for that few seconds in there. You know the distances is adequate. So I think compliance is Is pretty damn good, at least in the Senate. I haven't spent a lot of time in the House chamber were tended our maybe referencing, But you know, as a new legislator trying to find his way and get his foundation and the sea legs under him in like there's a lot more things you should be focusing on that. Way sure hope that he does in the night. I have confidence He will in the weeks and months and years ahead in his in his term. Meantime, the governor has also decided that the restaurant's can reopen on February 1st. I'd like to get your reaction. Well, actually, that's not exactly a correct statement. Frankly, unfortunately, she has hinted to she says she hopes they came, She says that there were looking into but I think I think it's a you know, It's a very misleading statement that she made yesterday. And if it's ready if they're ready to go if she's ready to let him open, tell him the open when you're ready. Don't pretend like you know the magic date for which they could do it. Well in my argument, all along is if these policies have been so well, why do we continue to see an increase in the number of covert cases as time goes on? I can. I can stop the right for you data to suggest that any changes in this case is and hospitalization stuff absolutely have no lo causation related to the restaurant abuse that that industry has had to endure. Senator always appreciate the time. Thank you very much for being on with this house. This time, the lame duck down, huh? Yes, you are. Don't go out loud. Well in crescendo, my friend Don't out in Christendom. All right, my friend. Thank thank you. Always for for your cooperation with the program. You've been a great part of our show, And I just want you to know how much I appreciate it and all you're doing for us and Lansing. Thank you. Youngjun. Everybody take care already Take care of that is the Senate majority leader, Mike Shirky will have more. Your phone calls next. 808 590957 1st, though Dana Clark W Jr's traffic.

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Former Michigan governor among several officials to face charges for Flint crisis

The World and Everything In It

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Former Michigan governor among several officials to face charges for Flint crisis

"Prosecutors in michigan wednesday charged former republican governor. Rick snyder with two counts of willful neglect of duty in connection with the flint water crisis. The charges follow a years long investigation into lead contaminated water in the flint water system which was blamed for a deadly outbreak of legionnaires disease. The charges shown an online court record are misdemeanors punishable by up to a year in jail. New charges are also expected against several other former state officials

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Ex.-Michigan Gov. Snyder charged in Flint water crisis

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Ex.-Michigan Gov. Snyder charged in Flint water crisis

"Hi Mike Crossey you're reporting a former Michigan governor is charged in the flint water crisis former Michigan governor Rick Snyder has been charged with two counts of willful neglect of duty stemming from the flint water crisis the charges are misdemeanors punishable by up to a year in jail and a one thousand dollar fine flint became a national symbol of government dereliction and environmental injustice and racism after in twenty fifteen a manager appointed by Snyder to run the majority black city decided to use the flint river for water while a regional pipeline was under construction the corrosive water which wasn't properly treated released lead from old plumbing lead contaminated water was blamed for at least ninety cases of legionnaires disease and twelve deaths hi Mike Rossi up

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"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Do we have any motives in these? Is it domestic violence? Is it drugs? Is it something else? Well as you know, with any challenges in our community, whether it be economics, education, poverty, whatever the case may be, there are many root causes that play a role in all of these things. I think what Our community and many other communities throughout the country are coming to grips with is we have to get back to a strong focus on education and prevention. But also intervention. We have to get police back to doing policing, um and providing intervention to interrupt crime. We have long said that if we would place an effort In collaboration with our community on interrupting crime, especially in lower level offenses. We could prevent more serious and violent crimes from occurring on your right. We had five people killed last night in less than four hours. And I just asked you guys how much discussion beyond what we're doing here today on your show. How much discussion are you seeing in our community? And in public discussions, we have begged other media outlets. To dig into the details of these things, and what we have said is Don't take our word. What we're seeing. The problem is and don't take our word for the solutions that we're placing on the table. We challenge them. We dare them. Please prove us wrong, But we know you're going to find What are officers know which is that many of these homicides amenities acts of violence are preventable. But we have a broken criminal justice system that contributes in large part to many of these issues, and so I guess The key point is with that always gets lost in the discussion, guys what we are suggesting we put seven solutions on the table over a year ago. And what we're select suggestion is that just the piece of the puzzle that's our piece of the puzzle. Many other folks have the pieces that they can Come around the table in place on the table, but we have No vision or direction from our elected leaders to convene those groups and get some solutions going here. F o P President Rick Snyder here on the hammer, Nigel show. Am. I can just ask you a question about police officers in and the morale right now. I know. One of the one of the incidents last night involved a home invasion. And it was particularly ugly and obviously our hearts and thoughts and prayers go out to the victims. But, um, you know, police have to deal with Coming up on a scene like what they saw last night. How? How did police go go about, you know, maintaining their composure. Their emotions when they see something is ugly is what we saw last night. Yeah, you know, And we had a public media reports that, um you know that, uh Children used being exposed to such violence. You have the victims themselves, The witnesses, you know, but we have been saying for quite some time. Now it's our residents and our officers who have stepped in the middle of this violence..

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Former governor expected to face charges over Flint water crisis

Daily Detroit

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Former governor expected to face charges over Flint water crisis

"Is some late breaking news and we're not going to spend a lot of time on it because we simply don't have the details devon by wanted to bring this to everybody ask the associated press one of the most reputable news sources that i know is saying that former governor rick snyder is going to be charged with crimes connected to the flint water crisis back in twenty four twenty fifteen. A source has told the that the state attorney general's office has informed defense lawyers about indictments in flint and told them to expect initial court appearances as soon jarrett's huge news. And obviously you know. This is something that is going to be with us for a while. The followed is tremendous from the flint water crisis in even though it's been years we're still obviously seeing major developments here and this is a big one We'll see what happens like you said we don't wanna speculate but i'm sure there's going to be a lot more to come

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"rick snyder" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Detectors are now posted outside the House. Floor warnings are in effect nationwide toe all 50 states. Authorities boarded up the state Capitol in Olympia, Washington, as members of the National Guard took to the streets in Washington, D C security increases around the capital. The FBI is coming under fire because of the capital breach last week, a day before a month But President Trump supporters laid siege to the U. S Capitol and FBI office in Virginia issued a warning that extremists were coming to Washington D. C to commit acts of violence and war this, according to the Washington Post, But this directly contradicts the bureau's previous claim that it had no intelligence to predict the attack. Ah, lawmakers are being told the laugh to pay up if they don't mask up. The house is approved, finding members who refuse to wear a mask. The first defense is 500 bucks. The second jumps the 2000, at least to Congress. Women in one congressman have tested positive for Corona virus after last week's attack on the Capitol. The Democrats blame Republican colleagues for not following a mandate while they were on lockdown. Former Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is expected to be charged in connection with the Flint water crisis, along with Snyder, former health and human services director Nick Lyon top aide Rich Baird and at least six There's our likely to face charges. Flint's water supply was changed to the Flint River to save money, and the water wasn't treated properly and was poisoned by lead from the pipes, 91 cases and 12 deaths were linked to the contamination. Well, just hours after the Supreme Court gave approval, the federal government executed a female death row prisoner Lisa Montgomery. He's been put to death of first female prisoner executed by the Fed since 1953 lower court had put a stay on her execution, as her lawyer said she was mentally ill and couldn't comprehend that she was going to be put to death. But the Supreme Court ruled soon afterwards against that state Montgomery killed by lethal injection in Indiana, Her lawyer said the government stopped at nothing in its zeal to kill this damaged and delusional woman. Montgomery was convicted of killing a pregnant woman in Missouri, then cutting her baby from the womb and claiming it was her own Did rising coronavirus cases in hospitalizations in San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg says in person classes and local schools are not recommended. School indicator remains at high risk level. In person. Learning is not recommended at this time. There have been more than 1800 cases of the virus and local school district since last Tuesday. Yesterday, 2303 new Covert cases were reported along with 11 New deaths. San Antonio Spurs won a tough game last night against the thunder in O. K. C. 1 12 to 102, wrapping up their five game road trip with four wins. The team was without DEMAR DeRozan, who missed his second straight game for personal reasons. Lonnie Walker led with 24 points killed in Johnson added 18 With 13 points, LaMarcus Aldridge move past John Stockton into 47 place on the MBA's all time scoring list. Of next. The Spurs host the Houston Rockets for a pair of games on Thursday and Saturday. W AWAY I news time 7 37 traffic and weather together in a minute, But first a check of your money and the world of business at.

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Michigan plans to charge ex-Gov. Snyder in Flint water investigation

Democracy Now! Audio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Michigan plans to charge ex-Gov. Snyder in Flint water investigation

"Michigan governor. Rick snyder and other former officials are being charged in the wake of a new investigation of the flint. Water crisis in two thousand. Fourteen flint's unelected emergency manager appointed by then governor snyder switch water supply to the flint river as a cost saving measure the move has been linked to at least twelve deaths from now break of legionnaires disease and widespread lead poisoning in residents including children in the majority black

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Many In Flint Question Whether They'll Get Justice For Water Crisis

Environment: NPR

03:35 min | 1 year ago

Many In Flint Question Whether They'll Get Justice For Water Crisis

"According to multiple media reports michigan's former governor and other officials will be charged in relation to the flint water crisis seven years ago despite possible criminal charges. A lot of residents still question. Whether those officials will be held accountable. Michigan radio steve carmody reports. Nearly seven years ago government leaders here push the button that switch the city of flint drinking water source from detroit's water system to the flint river flag. The intent was to save money. The result was a complete disaster treated river water damage to pipes which then released lead and other contaminants into the city's drinking water eighteen months later. The water was switched back but the damage was done. Blood lead levels soared in young children. People were forced to use bottled water for drinking and washing clothes. The city was forced to rip out thousands of old pipes while testifying about the flint water crisis before congress. Four years ago former governor. Rick snyder acknowledged mistakes. State and federal officials failed the families of flint. Snyder was not among the fifteen state and local government officials face criminal charges for their handling of the crisis half of them pled guilty to lesser charges in exchange for no jail time and in two thousand nineteen michigan's new attorney general dropped charges against the remaining defendants citing problems with the original investigation. The investigation seemed over until yesterday when the associated press reported that several former government officials including former governor snyder. We'll be facing new charges. If that happens. Legal experts say it would be difficult case for prosecutors. Peter hammer teaches law at wayne state university in detroit. He says despite possible difficulty getting convictions. It's important to bring charges especially in an era where we're living where people are not being held accountable. This could be an important statement about the significance of the rule of law and that not even the highest public official in the state is going to get off. Scot-free a spokeswoman for former governor. Rick snyder calls the reports of impending charges a public relations smear campaign saying that if brought they would be meritless since during eighteen months of foul-smelling dirty tap water that made them sick flint residents have demanded justice and compensation a us district court. Judge is expected to decide in the coming days if she will give preliminary approval to a massive settlement agreement resolving most of the thousands of outstanding lawsuits last year. The state of michigan announced. It struck a deal with attorneys representing flint residents to pay six hundred million dollars into a settlement fund. A few months later the city of fled a local hospital and an engineering firm agreed to chip in another forty one million dollars. Nearly eighty percent of that money would be set aside for plaintiffs. who were young children or minors. During the crisis they are the ones most at risk for suffering long-term lead related health problems. But growing course of critics say it's not enough a group of flint. Civic and religious leaders led by pastor. John maclean gathered monday outside. The city's water plant to express concern about the settlement. We believe that the proposed settlement curly allocated is just as disrespectful as injury-cause by the water crisis tragedy itself in addition to tens of thousands of residents. There aren't the lawyers lots of them. More than one hundred forty took part in a zoom hearing with the judge last month. This is part of the challenge facing the judge how to divide a large pool of money without leaving some feeling victimized again. Flint's mayor says it's important. His residents have a belief in justice and developments. This week may help with that for npr news. I'm steve carmody in flint.

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Ex-Michigan Gov. Snyder and others have been told they’re being charged in Flint water scandal

John Howell

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Michigan Gov. Snyder and others have been told they’re being charged in Flint water scandal

"Tonight, The Associated Press is reporting that former Michigan governor Rick Snyder Is going to be charged after a new investigation of the Flint Michigan water scandal. You might remember that the majority black city's water system was contaminated with lead. In 2014 and 2015, the AP says. In addition to the former governor being charged, Rick Snyder's health director and other former officials are going to be charged after a new investigation in Flint,

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"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Rick Snyder is the president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 86. Rick While most eyes were on that debate that was in Cleveland last night, there was a pretty big story happening here in Indianapolis with our City County Council. So let's start from the very beginning here. What took place last night in regards to policing in the city. Well. Last night, we had a special session of the Public Safety Committee meeting on the night that they normally do not meet on on with an agenda that once again was published very late. For the community and resident Stephen Be aware of, and this was a special designated meeting to hear a proposal that would create what's called a General orders board. What's that mean? It will be a new board, impaneled by politicians that will direct create right. Amend On the policies for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department that currently is under the purview of the chief of police. He or she who hold that, Ah, that appointed position, which is reviewed and affirmed by the city kind of council, the people's representatives. They not only direct the policy for the police department, but they are a single point of contact for accountability for those policies that's not going to be stripped away from our current chief of police. The council wants to created a civilian majority board that will actually have a controlling vote that usurped the authority of the chief of police and starts Tio change our policies. So, basically what's goingto happen here? And the writings on the wall. It looks like this is going toe happen. The authority of the chief of police is going to be in essence, taken away in a civilian led bored people who really Don't even really know the law or anything about policing will have control of the policies of the police. Is that correct? And that's the key to station guys we're not talking about, you know, a new aversion to civilian involvements will unit input. In fact, we welcome that. Remember, we are the Fraternal Order of police, who called for greater civilian involvement. Ah, all the way back to 2018 and actually watch launched what we called the think bigger initiative and said, Please, let's get our our athletes. Let's get cold players to the table to meet with police officers and get perspective and have these tough discussions so that we can see each other's perspectives on these topics. We've engaged in our communities. We've met with multiple multiple Neighborhood associations and community organizations over the last two years. We have no opposition to that. That's not what we're talking about. In fact, we said, we welcome civilian engagement and providing perspectives while we forms later policies, But I don't think any resident thinks that it's a wise move to turn that the not just the policies but the authority to create those policies. Completely over to a civilian panel Births is your chief of police, who is a seasoned law enforcement officer who has the knowledge, the skills and the abilities and then answers to the community they serve. How are they gonna pick who's on the panel? Rick? How? I mean, how is that going to be decided? Any idea? Well, here's the big thing that was disclosed last night during the meeting that once again I don't think our community knows about which is this. There's no stipulation related to any kind of criminal history prohibitions. On this board. Let me put that out for you. That means that you can serve on this board even if you have a criminal conviction history, including Felony convictions. They disclosed that last night while at the same time and this is the crux at the same time, they have taken special steps to ensure additional language in there that prohibit prohibits not just a law enforcement officer but even a retired law enforcement officer from participating in this and it goes even further. Anyone who is related to a law enforcement officer cannot participate in that. That means that we have a lady who has lived in Indianapolis for entire life, and she now sees an opportunity to participate in her form of government. And help provide insight on the number one responsibility of government, which is a safety of the public, but her brother happens to be a police officer in California. He now becomes a second class citizen and cannot participate in her own government by the rules of the government that they're getting ready to pass in this proposal, Yet someone who just happens not to have that relation, made bad choices in their lives and has a felony conviction. I'll have the ability to direct a policy for our police department. And they specifically have made clear this is to determine how we investigate criminal cases and make arrests as well. Can you give us a sense of me? The president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 86, Rick Snyder, here on the Hammer Natural show. Could you give us a sense of what? You know the rank and file I m p D officers how they feel about what's going on here. Well kw there and support the theme music to the Twilight Zone. That's what it feels like. We're in the twilight Zone there looking on each other saying way here this correctly and again remember that the officers are saying No, We don't want civilians and, oh, they welcome it. Tohave. Somebody say we're going to have a a takeover of the police department. Take our police keep stripped him of his authority and then you and then write policy. With a lack of experience and knowledge. And then they now you're responsible for following through on this policies and carrying it out. Ah, keep a police Wendy Taylor even made clear last night to the council. He welcomes civilian involvement, but he thinks we're moving too fast. Slow this down an address some of these songs yet they basically said, Thank you very much. Have a seat. More moving four and I'm gonna tell you guys, this is very important to me..

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"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Blur dot com hotline and bring on Rick Snyder, president of F O P. The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge. 86. Rick didn't explain that right? Can you put into laymen's terms? What went on last night? What This proposal entails. Well, you pretty well. Now that we have a proposal that was introduced by City County councillors that would create a new general orders board that has a civilian majority on the board now, well, we welcome civilian input. And quite frankly, we desire civilian participation in discussions and review of what we do, how we do it and why we do it. We do have significant concerns when politicians introduced an idea and a concept that really strips the chief of police, the duly appointed chief of police Of his or her authority to establish the policies for the police department. We have a political structure that has an elected mayor, who is elected by the citizens of the city with the expectation that he or she will point the chief of police. With the review of the City County Council, who is in the subject matter expert to lead the Police department and step four consistent with wall and consistent with state turning standards. A policy that achieves that with their law enforcement, background and expertise. So, Rick, for those who might not be privy to the way these things work. What would be the point of having a chief of police, then? Well, there really isn't one other than carry out whatever is directed from this civilian board. The problem with that I can't speak for the chief of police, but I'm quite confident in discussions with he is It's really a political step that cuts the the the the knees out from underneath the chief of police, especially people police who is trying to make significant changes and improvements in our policing practices. Um and not just our policies, but our practices. And I'm working to do that. Now. What we have seen is in those efforts anytime those steps have quite frankly got hijacked by politicians. They're created unnecessary. Um ah, unnecessary conflicts with clearly established law and state training standards. And so that's where we come in and say, Wait a minute time out. We got to do this right? We think improvement, constant improvement in policing, but it's got to be consistent with the law and consistent with nationally best practices. I think most people would agree with that and say there's a certain subject matter expertise that's involved there. Yeah, I would also be the first one to say we also need the perspective of the citizens the civilians at the table. I think the question just flies in isn't really effective to give them complete control over the chief of police. Is that really what our entire community wants? And Rick without sounding like I'm being a smart ass or anything like that. Here. Seriously. Question Who is running? I MPD right now, is it? The mayor isn't the chief isn't the City County Council? Because based off of what I heard last night, it sounds like the City County Council might be pulling the strings here. Guys that exact Ah problem. Here is the confusion that it creates for officers. And, more importantly, the residents in our city. That's why we have political structures that specifically oversee police see, but are separate and distinct from the police in practice. What I mean by that. I mean, we have to keep politics out of policing decisions. How many times have you heard me? Come on your show and say Do not let politics get into your police. That's exactly what's going to go on here. Proof positive. Take a look at the organization held across conference yesterday, hours before this policy was introduced. Conveniently and coincidently hours before it was ever publicly published to where the residents of the community could see it. They came out and endorsed it. Well, what's that Tell you about their role. In the development of the policy. Probably quite hands on the concern is when we start allowing political politically active and is into driven groups to start Tio Ah ah, getting bald. In a way that overtakes they're impartial police in our community. We cannot have politically political agendas, driving our police practices and our police decisions. The rest F o P. President Rick Snyder is this proposal in any way, shape or form would you could be considered sort of like an end around to defund the police the sort of the mantra that's going around the country right now and I know not necessarily flat out. Nobody's really said that here in Central indeed, but it's this. Could this be considered like a back door to that? Well, In fact, they have go back to the original press conference worth. This concept was originally discussed. Back in July of this year, We had a featured speaker Ah, at the at the invitation of the counselors who are in a proposal that made it very clear he was calling for the de funding of the I M P D. He was emphatic about it. Not only was the emphatic about it, but he was representing the very organization. Has had their fingerprints on this policy on Dad Think I'm Myrtle? I don't know for sure, but we're told, was actually is actually the vice chair of the Democratic Party and marry in county. Guys that raises a lot of concerns and questions here as to what is actually going on. Now we've had many counts or step forward and say they're opposed that concept. But let's demonstrate that let's complete this budget process. Let's back that up with actions. And at the same time flow of proposals like this down, let's get people around the table with value. The input of our employees are officers who are risking their lives and say, Let's get advice and review from US civilians. But let's keep that legal authority with the chief of police. Not because we got to say, Hey, there's one person in charge, but it means that there's one person who is also accountable and guess what? We've got a check and balance on that already with a civilian Police merit board. We've got a civilian complaint Review board, and now we're seeing that they want to add another layer of bureaucracy to slow down effective policing in our city. One of the problems that I'm seeing here is that when people went out and voted for their local city County Council members that was To do their job as a councilman, not to run the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department or to put in policies for the police Department. That's not what people went out and voted for all of a sudden it sounds like now they've got the power to do that. What's been the response of your officers that you've had a chance to talk to? Well, they have significant concerns because it raises this issue of the fundamental responsibility for the executive branch and the separation of powers issues is that the city comes a legislative branch that runs the police department. Or is that the executive branch? The mayor, where the police department is on the structure within our city? It blurs the lines of accountability is with you. Again. I got to tell you, You can't have that yet. What we see is this active engagement from politicians again to keep the strapping from the real issues that hand remember, in February, we said, Let's get a commission to study these criminal justice outcome. Because violent crime and homicide we're going off the rails here, folks. What is our politicians? Tell us the police officers, They said Crazy. Sit down and be quiet, and the mayor actually did a press conference and said, We don't eat another commission. Another board another committee. Yet when we got done with the riots and questions were being asked about his performance was the first thing the man aboard aboard to review that What was the first thing that that the council calls for? When they're trying to figure out how to change police? Another board? What's the first thing the council calls for the very first priority? In January of 2020 now homicide not violent, but the environment and what did they call for a commission on the environment. We said, Let's have a true adult conversation at the table, a public conversation. Ready the outcomes of our criminal justice system in which we have said there are systemic injustices that we need to fix. Get the other parties don't want to have that discussion are police officers asking this question? Why? And the final question they have is the mayor support this chief of police and have confidence in him because the concern of the officers of the council's demonstrating they have lost that confidence in the chief of police wreck last thing before we let you go here, got about a minute left just devil's advocate here because you know the questions they're going to come. There's probably going to be some folks that say, Well, we can't keep doing the same thing. We have to try something different. We have to try something new. We're looking for a new way to do policing. What would be your response to those people that bring that argument of the table. Well, when you have Ah, proposal like this, it's a justice. Somehow our policies are deficient. But unfortunately, the facts don't support that false narrative. The facts are the city of Indianapolis was one the few major cities in the United States of America. That has received the Kolia accreditation standards. That's the commission on on accreditation for law enforcement agencies that followed after by many agencies throughout the country. It's considered the gold standard in public safety. It's an independent group comes in reviews your policies and your practices and gives you a stamp of approval or not..

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"rick snyder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Technologies. I'm Charlie Pelican that there's a Bloomberg business Flash Bloomberg opinion informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news. It is time now for Bloomberg opinion. Joining us today is columnist Jonathan Bernstein. Jonathan Welcome back, Great to have you with US. You got a fascinating piece, particularly because on my home stays Michigan and starts out with Rick Snyder, the former governor endorsing Joe Biden. You're not sure how excited you are about it. Well, you know, the truth is there are very small expected effects from something like that. There are hardly any voters, even in Michigan who are sitting there saying Well on ly. I knew Rick Snyder was doing then I know I would have voted for So you know, there's a man and you know, then if you take somebody like, um, you know Christine Todd Whitman, the former governor of New Jersey quite sometime ago. She's not affecting any votes directly. By coming out in favor of Joe Biden. But that doesn't mean there are no effect at all well, and that begs the question. Even if you look at the two conventions as you point out the piece you had Colin Powell, for example, coming out and endorsing Joe Biden. On the other hand, you had a state representative who is AH, Democrat lifelong Democrat endorsing Donald Trump. So there must be some reason why they do that. Well, there's you know, the total right now is that there's a whole lot of former Republican officials who have endorsed Joe Biden and there's a source I know just the one State legislator who's endorsed Who's endorsed Donald Trump, so that there's an overwhelming you know where the defections are there in favor of Joe Biden, and the thing is that it provides two things. First of all. Every time one of these things happen. It's a positive story for Biden. Omega Story for Trump, You know that's not a big deal. But every day that Trump doesn't get his stories in the news media. That's a good day for Joe Biden. Um and so, you know, Snyder endorses. Well, that's a story and it's going to run on Gibson play, especially in the home state again. And so that's a plus. Um, The second thing is that every time it happens, it helps The news media. Understand what's actually going on and feel freer to say yes, Donald Trump's not a normal candidate. He's you know, Unlike normal president, he's unable to keep this party in line. And it colors the coverage that Trump gets going forward. So it's interesting. You raise that, Jonathan, do you think in your opinion? Is that legitimate or not so legitimate? In this sense that sounds like you're sort of tryingto spin the ref as it were. Insofar as the media is supposed to be trying to be at least impartial, trying to be neutral. Is that really something that we should be taking into account? A CZ journalists? Absolutely, because you know to be neutral does not mean to Not report what's actually happening right? And so if the actual news out there is that People who work with Donald Trump. Don't think very much of him that you know there. There isn't this kind of you know, but both sides are not equal at this point. It's important for the media to be able to say that, in fact, because the media cares so much about seeming neutral. It's hard for them to do it in one of the things about these cross party endorsements. Is. It gives an objective way for the media to say things which they sort of believe, anyway correctly, um, and allows them to say things which, otherwise, they might be hesitant to say. If we oversimplify the world and say we have Democrats. We have Republicans. We have independence. Who's the target for these cross endorsements? It's a practical matter is there's some chance that loosens just every bit a little bit the sort of cement that keeps a Republican with a rolled hem party. You know, I think that in general, if it all all of this operates on the margins, and there's no particular reason to think in advance that it's gonna work. Um, equally across. It may very well work equally for all groups or in some cases, it may not. So you know if Colin tells us the endorsement that may Have more ineffective for voters who care particularly about foreign policy and national security issues. Christine Todd Whitman, who was in addition to governor of New Jersey she was head of the She might affect maybe suburban educated women who care about the environment. So you know, some of those may be wavering Democrats who might have hesitations about buying it says to them. Oh, yeah, you know, even a Republican support him. It might be independence. It might even be, you know, loosely attached Republicans. I wonder Jonathan know whether this president particular may just be immunized himself from this. I mean, he has said all sorts of things and had all sorts of fights, including with former members of his Cabinet, four star generals who called him out and condemned him. It doesn't seem to affect him much is that does the American people really care about the fact that people don't like? Some people I should say don't like Donald Trump the person because they may like his policies. Well, I think that you know, you have to think of these things, not in terms of black white but in terms of affecting on the margins, So I would say yes. In fact, All of these previous conflicts do add up and, you know help to explain why Trump is behind in the polls why he's been unpopular president throughout his administration. You know when the economy was doing well, so you know, going back before the pandemic. He was still well underwater in the public opinion polls and in fact, behind Joe Biden and they head to head matchups, and you know why does that happen? Well, it's not that Voters on mass, You know, all say, you know, Donald Trump did this or Donald Trump, you know, got in a fight with so and so, therefore, it all adds up little bits at a time to undermine his position. And to affect how the coverage works, which in turn undermines his position, which might explain a little bit. Why President was so quick to come out and condemn that Atlantic piece about what he said about support, reportedly said about veterans who died. Exactly. You know the the idea that Oh, this is going to be the thing that suddenly doesn't that that's not, you know, it doesn't work like that. It works on the margins a little bit of time. But it's a fascinating column really appreciate your being with us, Teo Describe it to us. That's Blue Merc opinion columnist Jonathan Bernstein. You can read more on this and other stories from Bloomberg opinion at Bloomberg dot com. Slash opinion and on the terminal by typing.

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"rick snyder" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Is both on certain policy issues, but more importantly on the top line, the speaker has refused to sit down and negotiate unless we agree to something like a $2.5 trillion Well in advance. Secretary Mnuchin on Fox News Sunday agreement has been reached between the Treasury secretary and the House speaker on legislation to avoid a government shutdown at the end of this month without legislation, the federal government runs out of money on October 1st. A clean, continuing resolution, or CR would mean the bill is free of unrelated provisions. However, lawmakers and the administration must still hammer out details. Fox is Jared Halpern. Extreme heat in Southern California has turned deadly. Ah, hiker in the Santa Monica Mountains, died yesterday. All trails there have been closed through the rest of this weekend. Portland, Oregon can't shake the protests that have been roiling the city for more than 100 days. Last night, police used tear gas and pepper balls on demonstrators, who they say threw rocks and Molotov cocktails. With just about eight weeks to go before Election Day. Public safety has become a primary issue. Lee Chatfield is the Republican speaker of Michigan's House of Representatives. He believes families and small businesses are looking for security. We want to make sure we have money. We want to make sure we can send our kids to school. That is Trump's focus. That's its message, and that's why People are going to get out and vote for both President Trump and his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, will make back to back trips to Michigan this week. Michigan's former GOP governor, Rick Snyder, has endorsed.

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Former Republican Governor of Michigan Endorses Biden for President

The Paul W. Smith Show

05:55 min | 1 year ago

Former Republican Governor of Michigan Endorses Biden for President

"Endorsed Joe Biden for president. He said President Donald Trump was not covering in the interest of the entire nation. I was at the nation's Capitol when Trump gave his inaugural address. I had hoped this first speech as president would be a message to unify divided nation. Instead, I heard a speech directed at how It would help the people who supported him. And sadly, that is how President Trump continues to govern. That's what he wrote in the USA today and then the free press governor. Snyder also criticized the president's 2017 tax cut and said Trump's foreign policy had produced some good agreements, but overall, our nation is no longer respected as a leader on world affairs. Jonas is Dick. Hey, Verner, Dick Wei talked a little bit about this yesterday. You weren't terribly surprised by this, But we're gonna have former governor Rick Snyder on in a little bit. And there are a few things I'm curious about. And one of those is and I wanted to get your take on. This is If the Republican governor doesn't like trump, and clearly he doesn't. Why not suggest ah, not endorse anybody? Or maybe endorsed some other great Republican as a write in candidate just to show your displeasure with the president. Why go so far as to Endorse a Democrat to endorse Joe Biden. Is there something about Joe Biden? He likes so much that's going to make him a great president. If he's just making a statement that Donald Trump is not not his guy. Why not endorse whoever his favorite Republican is as a writer? That's good question. That's a very good question. Because the governor Snyder says he is still East still considers himself Are Republicans. So why vote and why come out for a Biden, for example, his good friend John Kasich ran for president. Then he dropped out. Why not write in John Kasich as Hey, has the person he votes for? So that's a good question. Another good question would be what Policies of Trump. Does he support He can't be against everything that Trump has done has got to be something there that he likes because they're both Republicans. And he, after all, is the governor who several years ago. Boosted supported ram through and sign the lot. The right to work law in Michigan, making It's a ah ah, situation where we're workers that Aaron, a union covered by a union contract can drop out of the union and still be covered. By the terms of the contract, something that unions viral it Lee against. He was the right toe work Governor. So that was a very conservative move on his part, something that would be ah. Aligned with what the Trump administration is done on so many issues, So yeah. Ah, you raise a very good point, And I think I think that there's just something much bigger than this. I think I was reading a little bit of cut the Lincoln Project Republicans against Trump, but they are I think they're going to be coming out. Today, with maybe hundreds of businesspeople, politicians, people who say they've been Republicans for a long time coming out and say, both for Joe Biden. And that's just interesting to me. Why they don't voice their displeasure against Donald Trump More than vote for Joe Biden does. If you're a true Republican, wouldn't you think? Four years of of the Democratic president would do more harm than four years of president. Republican president that you just think is a jerk. Basically. Yeah, well, I'm I'm sure that you will have the freedom to ask that question of the governor also if the governor comes out again Against President Trump. And for Biden, one of the high profile members of the Trump administration is Betsy DeVos. Betsy DeVos, who would have been a Big Snyder supporter Back in the day one. Snyder was governor. This would seem to Ah cut off the good relations that he would have with Betsy DeVos, Dick DeVos and the DeVos. Organization and forces in Michigan. What what does he Snyder Ah. Think about that is he Is he through with the divorce is or can he maintain some sort of a friendly relations with them, even though he comes out against Trump If it comes out against Trump, he comes out against Betsy DeVos. Right and I also wonder does does this make Republicans think twice about voting for Donald Trump? Or does this make Republicans think less of Rick Snyder? Well, I'm not the judge of that you had you had posed the question Previously. Does this persuade Republican voters? I'm not sure that people look Any more at the endorsements of anyone. In fact, sometimes I think when we hear about a political figure endorsing somebody else for office It's quite a Ah, it's quite a bodacious action on their part, thinking that they're so important that their endorsement is is needed. Bye bye. The voters that we just have to know who they support or who they don't. I'm not sure that Snyder, even even the endorsement of a governor. Ah, former governor is that important to voters anymore? Republicans or Democrats cave after

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"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Kurt Darling reports soapy President Rick Snyder talking to Hammer and Nigel on double homicide. That's 26% increase over the all time record ever in the history of our city. Those, Snyder says. The mayor has been in talks with groups like the If Opie and the 10 point coalition, he says the mayor is not doing enough to try and take on the issue directly, Hogg said, did lay on public safety and criminal justice reform plans in his address Monday with out an effort to defy MPD Kirk Darling. 93 WNBC Mobile news During the storms that blew through Monday night, about 17,000 Indianapolis power and light customers have their power knocked out at one point, and now a little more than 2000 customers do not have power this morning. Ah, fine of $1000 was issued to the Indianapolis speed roam. The Marion County Public Health Department says the facility violated the public health order by exceeding the 25% capacity limits at a race Saturday night. You can read Maura wnbc dot com The Big 10 Conference commissioners likely to make some kind of announcement about the future of fall sports Today when dealing with the Corona virus, both you and produce a losing football could cost them millions of dollars, and some schools have even let it be known that they may look to play an other conferences. If the Big 10 does not play football this year, it is Shark Week. The Indianapolis Zoo has the largest shark touch tank in the country. Where you khun, Go and pet the Sharks. But they also take protecting sharks seriously. We're very proud to partner with our friends at the Association of Zoos and Aquariums help protect sharks and rays in the wild through a program that is called safe and that is saving species from extinction. Carla Nap who's in charge of public relations at the zoo, tells which TV one of their sharks is a dogfish shark, which can grow up to five feet and change colors from dark to light. To camouflage themselves from predators. I'm John Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter at 93 W A. B c and w ivy si dot com 805 Traffic on the fives Matt Bear in a little bit of a slow on the North Side, westbound Force 65. Denver to Michigan also lights not working at 4 65 in Michigan Road, and then we're looking at phone Creegan central lights not working there either..

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Early findings grim on the health of Flint kids after water crisis

60 Minutes

05:21 min | 2 years ago

Early findings grim on the health of Flint kids after water crisis

"Flint, once a prosperous hub of the American auto industry, was nearly bankrupt back in 2014. Officials hope to save money by switching the city water source from the Great Lakes to the Flint River. Almost immediately, residents began noticing something wasn't right. The water was rust colored and many people had rashes. Michigan's Department of Environmental Quality in the city insisted. The water in Flint is safe. Later, a state investigation found those officials hid the fact that the river water was not treated with chemicals that would prevent the pipes from corroding. So for months, the water ate away at Flint's old pipes. Releasing led into residents tap water. They were poisoned. I mean, they were poisoned by this water, and they they were all exposed. The toxic water. Dr. Mona Hanna. Tisha is a pediatrician in Flint, who her patients call Dr Mona is our Dr Mona is a bit of a superhero herself here because she was the first to link the water toa high levels of lead in the Children of Flint. So within a few months of being on this water General Motors, which was born in Flint, and still has plants in Flint, I noticed that this water our drinking water was corroding their engine parts. It's possible the drinking water was corroding engine parts, so they were allowed to go back to Great Lakes water. Anybody at that point say, if it's corroding an engine, maybe they shouldn't be going into our bodies and our kids. I mean, that should have been like fire alarm bells like red flags. So what did it take before your your eyes open about this? Yeah, it was the word lead because the word lead When you're a physician or a pediatrician signals what in your brain? There is no safe level of lead. We're never supposed to expose a population or a child to lead. Because we can't do much about it. It is an irreversible neurotoxin. It attacks the core of what it means to be you and impacts cognition. How Children think actually drops I Q levels It impacts behavior leading to things like developmental delays and has these life altering Consequences. In 2015 Dr Mona and a colleague started digging through blood test records of 1700 Flint Children, including the kids, She sees that the Hurley Children's clinic ready, Okay. The nonprofit clinic serves most of Flint's kids. The city is 53% black and has one of the highest poverty rates in the country. So we looked at the Children's by the levels before the water switch. We compare them to Children, but lead levels after the water switch. And in the areas where the water lead levels were the highest and that those parts of the city we saw the greatest increase in Children's lead levels. Armed with the first medical evidence that kids were being exposed to lead from the water. Dr. Mona did something controversial. She quickly held a press conference to share the blood test study. Before other doctors reviewed her work was a bit of an academic. No, no kind of a form of academic disobedience. But you knew that I knew that but like, but there was no choice. There was no way I was going to wait to have this. This research about Ed. Two weeks later, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder ordered the water switch back to the Great Lakes and declared a state of emergency. I say tonight is 1/2 before. I'm sorry, and I will fix it. The damage was done. Dr Mona estimates 14,000 kids in Flint under the age of 6 may have been exposed to lead in their water. I never should have had to do the research that literally used the blood of our Children as detectors of environmental contamination. Three years after the crisis began, the percentage of third graders in Flint, who passed Michigan standardized literacy test dropped from 41% to 10%. I'm very concerned about my Children and not only my Children, but I'm concerned about the Children of Flint Kenyatta Dotson is still fearful of the water. Even though the state is spending more than $300 million to fix the water system City promised to replace all 12,000 supply lines that may have been contaminated with lead. Last fall. Now they say the work won't be done until summer. Dotson says she and her daughters will continue to use bottled water for cooking and brushing their teeth any time to come back to a place where I feel whole again. You don't feel right now. Would this have happened in a rich white suburb? Maybe it would have happened in interest twice over. Would it have continued for a long A zit has? I don't believe

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Court orders defiant Michigan barber to close his shop

Frank Beckmann

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Court orders defiant Michigan barber to close his shop

"The Michigan court of appeals ordered the trial court today to issue a preliminary injunction against the barber seventy seven year old girl Mankey from Wausau he has been ordered to quote immediately cease all operations that's from the Michigan court of appeals the the child was he cut a judge Matthew Stewart refused issue that preliminary injunction because he said there's no threat here from my missed making who does you know he's got the mask on what he's doing is hair cutting as he's done for sixty years and basically they've they've shut down his business from Lansing the the governor and her her friend the Attorney General the the cold fury at a rate the Michigan department of health and Human Services appealed the case welcome to appeal the case I mean really you think the Carl Mann ki is is leading to sub spread of the virus here is that what you're saying they appealed the case to a three judge panel of the court of appeals will guess what they just issued a ruling and the ruled two to one reversing the trial court in other words are going against Mister Mackey the majority opinion was signed where there's more just wait the majority opinion was signed by judge Stephen Morello you know who judge Stephen Burrell I was I'm I'm guessing you don't he is he's a man who was the former chair of the Saginaw county Democrat park a former chair of the Democratic Party and he was the judge who issued the the lead the majority opinion wrote that the administration's executive power easily encompasses the closing of the fed ex barber shop those once the governor declared a public health emergency the legislature determined that it was up to the department to issue orders protecting the public health majority opinion said accordingly in order to challenge the exercise of that authority apparently he had to present evidence that appellant overstepped the statutory boundaries Appel E. failed to present any evidence to rebut the department's conclusion that operation the shop posed a serious public health danger what about what about the fact that he did supposedly a danger in the first place have you taken the other point of view that he didn't prove that he's not posing a danger well we shouldn't approve me that he's posing a danger I'm just asking but you get a couple grand home appointees on this court they join together and go to the one the the other judges Brock Schwarz or Schwarz celeb sorry an appointee of Rick Snyder he wrote his own opinion Thursday and he concurred with Perot in part and dissented in part but Parolo again the former democratic county party chair in Saginaw voted along with his fellow Grandhomme appointee A. B. rogaine Krause and they teamed up and and shut down the ship the barber once again you believe it I mean you're spending all this time in court and using money to shut down a barber but there's never been any any evidence whatsoever that the man has posed a health threat to anyone will flock to his store he said the you know the problem is he's had the support of some groups that the governor wants to label as violent militia groups are gonna shoot everybody that's which he and the Attorney General or try to tell us anybody really good condition they they've knoll no concept of what the second amendment stands for I'm just I'm

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"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"All know can you repeat it means are communicated it to them and they still choose to intentionally not review that what does that tell us as a society Rick Snyder is the president of fraternal order of police Rick we don't have a lot of time here but I want to spend some time talking about the other thing that the mayor announced today and that's this new board that's going to look at incidents with police involving forced to where it's going to have some officers on it civilians as well please let me understand please let me know if I'm not getting this right is that correct is that what's happening and if so what's your thoughts that is what has been proposed as a use of force review board that is inclusive of some billion participation we've made clear we are not opposed to civilian review in fact every step of everything we do is under Sevillian review we have a service that civilian police merit board that oversees officers are hiring or promotions terminations and discipline other personal matters policy practices of the agency if there is a use of force incidents that result in the death there is a certain distance from grand jury that reviewed the actions of the officers it every step of the way and so that added another layer at the end of the day we have to come to grips when people violate the law they have to be held accountable whether they're citizens or police and also violence of any type president toward our law enforcement officers is not acceptable hi I just want to leave this with this one clear thing why did no one say that's unacceptable right now the time is always ripe to repudiate staff and our elected officials have chosen not to do it my question is why and what are the ramifications of that and what does that tell your people that have sworn to uphold the constitution and lay their lives down on that premise would tell them that you think about that Rick Snyder is the president of fraternal order of police record man I can tell you're fired up I can tell you're passionate we could talk about this for three hours but we're gonna take a little break here we appreciate you taking time out on a very busy day for you to join us thank you so much.

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In Indianapolis, Second Thoughts About Electronic Ankle Bracelets

All Things Considered

03:40 min | 2 years ago

In Indianapolis, Second Thoughts About Electronic Ankle Bracelets

"Are estimated to be wearing a look tronic ankle bracelets right now cities across the country are choosing to put bracelets on people rather than put people in jail now Indianapolis has the nation's largest electronic monitoring program but as Jill Sheridan of member station WFYI reports some in the criminal justice field are having second thoughts about the practice in the past five years Indianapolis's Marion County steadily increased the number of people monitored electronically either on pre trial or as part of the sentence Marion County community corrections director Tyler Bowman says the last time they ran the numbers we were clearly the largest municipal user of electronic monitoring of any agencies we could find an estimated four thousand three hundred people are monitored daily compared to two thousand seven hundred people in all of Chicago's cook county Bowman says the system does more than ease jail overcrowding he says when people are out of jail they can work stay close to families receive addiction treatment and maybe turn their lives around he sees electronic monitoring as another tool that helps us raise accountability level for our clients and provide some structure for our clients so that we can work with them to raise their readiness to change level and then address those criminal genic needs the psychosocial needs but as the number of people wearing monitors increases so do concerts fraternal order of police president Rick Snyder says the practice can place violent criminals back on the streets he says the program is being violated about one hundred times a month as those wearing the devices cut them off often times we can't begin even physically looking for them for at least usually forty eight hours you can commit a lot of axe bad axe in two days the county admits they don't have exact data on how many people cut off their monitors in Illinois last year similar concerns about lack of data led to a new law requiring yearly reviews of who is put on electronic monitoring and why and well most aren't cutting off bracelets many say the system isn't helping people turn their lives around Caroline Vance a social worker with the Marion County public defender's office says people assigned to wear the ankle bracelets also have to pay for them corrections charges a fifty dollar fee to get the device and the daily fee topping out at fourteen dollars for our clients are living at or below the poverty line that is a significant amount of money out of their budget every single month that could be used for other things more cities are partnering with private companies to outsource monitoring programs and for those companies community corrections is a growing revenue source Matthew D. Michelle who studies the trend for nonprofit research group says this is a problem what we're saying is that we're going to allow vendors to take over this interest they can make money off of them but they don't have to document anything that's in a where the rat or what happens to them none of that D. micelles concerned about a lack of accountability and joins others calling for more study before expanding monitoring but for those who wear the bracelets it's often better than the alternative our son bond is facing burglary charges he wears an ankle bracelet on pre trial I've sat in the sale and not been able to work I've been able to see my family certainly I wish that I didn't have this thing on my ankle I feel a little bit like a a tag Cajun but it could always be worse for those in the criminal justice system it may be jail time but there are still many questions about electronic monitoring does what it purports to and if it is good public policy for NPR news I'm Jill

"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Miss you June three this is my truck for no I go talk to your mom all yeah and now the then sixteen year old girl this she's suing of a cop right she jumped out of the backseat jumped in the front seat tried to run off in his vehicle and she's suing him violent judge I'm so in that case out immediately add the you're paying for all the court costs involved they've been involved maybe maybe just barring her lawyer as well the ambulance chasing the awful lawyer that's representing her in that case somebody from the law office of Avenue RD and I'm not yes all right coming up next my pal Rick Snyder from the fraternal order of police lodge eighty six is going to join us the weather is pretty freaking cold right I think we can all agree is that a bipartisan issue that the weather's pretty cold what doesn't seem to be stopping the crime so we'll talk to Rick Snyder and see if there's any traction being made in the city about scaling back some of the crime were saying Rick Snyder joins us at quicken loans are seventeen thousand team members know that home is so much more than.

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"rick snyder" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Rick Snyder sports reporter also friend of John McNamara thank you I found that jet magazine picture of Gary maze of throwing the ball up in the air throwing his men under is chairman and catching the ball and throwing it I wanted to use it in the book but it was old and it wasn't a particularly good quality so it's not there but he really was an amazing person I I think of Spike Lee gets a hold of this book there's a whole lot of stories to tell in the movies thank you for choosing that passage next is one of my favorite stories in the book Evey Henderson was probably the world's best basketball player at the time he was playing in the early nineteen hundreds he graduated with a PhD and out from Howard University and of course he couldn't get drafted in the pros because he was African American he couldn't get a job coaching like kids so he gave back to his community a hundred percent and he transformed the sport of basketball in our city he went to Massachusetts to talk to doctor Naismith that'll take a look at this new game that was a nine man passing only game and together with Maurice Joyce a circus performer who coached up President Roosevelt in boxing of the two of them transformed the game to the five man game we know today DC is known for its tenacious defense all because of doctor eva be Henderson and his grandson work tirelessly to get him in the hall of fame and was successful and he's brought some information about his wonderful grandfather and he's here today to talk about that thank you first.

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Ex-Michigan governor's electronic devices seized in Flint water probe

The Opening Bell

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Ex-Michigan governor's electronic devices seized in Flint water probe

"Investigators reviewing the call logs and text messages from Michigan. Former Michigan governor Rick Snyder, and sixty five other current. And former Michigan officials cluding some from the city of Flint, part of the probe into water crisis in Flint to one of the worst man made environmental disasters US history. Untreated water leaked lead from pipes and into Flint's homes and businesses while cost, cutting financial managers pointed by Snyder, or

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"rick snyder" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"rick snyder" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Their lives will now change this week because Paul the page poof. Is gone. And this democrat Janet Mills has replaced him. In Michigan Republican governor Rick Snyder is also being replaced by a democratic woman. Governor governor Gretchen Whitmer she made it her first order of business in Michigan her first executive order on day one. This week was about the Flint water disaster. With multiple Rick Snyder officials facing criminal excuse me. Rick Snyder administration officials creasing criminal charges, including manslaughter charges for their role in causing and covering up and lying about the Flint disaster. The first thing the new democratic governor of Michigan did this week with signed an executive order, requiring state officials to immediately report health and safety threats the way that Snyder officials did not when the city of Flint was being poisoned and people were dying as a result of it. There is a there is a national impact. There was a big American impact to these things. Right. Paula page is gone in a puff of smoke. Now. Rick Snyder is gone democratic women governors replacing both of them and immediately moving to try to fix the worst damage that those governors inflicted on their states. In Washington DC, Democrats, led by democratic woman speaker, they only get to take over part of the government, and we are therefore still stuck for example in the shutdown as long as the Republican Senate decides they want to hold out and not vote on the exact same bills. They voted for before that would open things up. But today after passing those bills that would reopen the government if Republicans in the Senate agree, Democrats moved on to start declaring their own priorities. Now that they control the house of representatives..

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US, Michigan and Toyota discussed on The Internet Advisor

The Internet Advisor

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

US, Michigan and Toyota discussed on The Internet Advisor

"More options for the accused the sixth circuit court of appeals in Cincinnati has sided with those who believe the nation's universities have in short sighted in dealing with the rights of those accused of sexual assaults. The court ruling in a university of Michigan case that universities must set up a procedure that allows a person accused of a sexual assault the right to directly cross examined the person accusing them of that crime.

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Longtime Indianapolis Colts voice Bob Lamey retired after using slur

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:47 sec | 4 years ago

Longtime Indianapolis Colts voice Bob Lamey retired after using slur

"Investigation and. So it was extremely helpful An. Autopsy. Begins today amid sadness, even anger about. Over, Tibbets death and the legal status of her alleged killer Chris Jeff monosso thanks this, is Fox News fair and balanced PC. Mobile. News on the level, on the go Why the drive south to Louisville may take a little longer this morning, radar is. Clear sixty five. On the circle sunshine. Seventy six the high today. I'm c.. J., Miller here's what's trending at seven oh two well if, you're used to driving between India South to Louisville you might wanna take US thirty one. Instead, of I sixty five this morning that bear yes CJ this is a closure

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John Legend Shares Pic of ‘Awesome’ Wife Chrissy Teigen Pumping Breast Milk on Father’s Day

Doug Stephan

04:30 min | 4 years ago

John Legend Shares Pic of ‘Awesome’ Wife Chrissy Teigen Pumping Breast Milk on Father’s Day

"Going to become the head coach anyway so yeah i'll be interested to see if berry trots what's going on with in washington dc those are so either people in the news michigan governor rick snyder declaring a state of emergency flooding devastating flooding as a matter of fact the upper peninsula they call it the up where we have a couple of stations as a matter of fact leading the states situation to in this disaster mode to be the focus of lots of national attention a lot of wild weather from the midwest to the east coast last night but it was really up in the up where they had eight inches of rain the downpours led to eighty sinkholes washouts water sewer lines exposed the weather blame for injuries suffered by twelve year old early sunday when his home caved in that manage yourself in that situation the weekend weather very bad and the early week weather as that those storms when across the country and we had really heavy rain here last night and not certain we like this we needed actually we're to the point of needing some rain it came in the form of heavy showers for four or five hours it was a good soaking rains could for everything except all the hey that i've got cut everywhere except for my mold spore allergy yes right there it is it's the worst poured rain in new york city last night and all i can smell everywhere is just the mold spores of the pollen coming in it does he gets at you one way or another yeah we had ninety seven i think you're yesterday one other name in the news thomas fred acre you pronounce his name is a fruit acre fred acre if are you d aka our fruit egger arrested ficials say he made one point three million dollars worth of fraudulent returns had walmart stores it's twenty three years old suspicion arose when mr fruit egger attempted to return a computer at a walmart in yuma store reported it appeared he had taken parts out of the machine before he returned it police department said they found mr fruit egger had committed similar fraudulent returns at a thousand walmarts over the past year and a half how in the name of heaven's d do that you got a lot of time on your hands doing that wolf you make money stories of people out he made one point three million dollars worth it but it's it's i've heard i've seen stories on the news about people who are sort of like they make a kind of a hobby out of returning stuff that didn't even buy at walmart and i never i always i never understand how you see they say they'll take one that has the policy that takes everything back you can sell you can take anything that wasn't even sold at nordstrom and they have to take it back well that was actually really funny plot point in oceans eight at the very beginning not to give anything away but sandra bullock gets out of jail and then goes to a store and his immediately able to purchase all of purchase all of these things that she needs because she doesn't have anything since she's been in jail and she just goes in the store pick something up takes it to the counter and it's like i'd like to return this i need to try that out he accidentally the brand new unopened why can't i turn this no all right so one other person in the news john legend see some of the pictures that are circulating of him and his wife pumping milk did you see those he's trying to get that message out either i like him you know i'm a fan and i don't know i didn't know let's put it that way i didn't know much about chrissy teigen before even though she very well known but he talks about his awesome wife as these were going out to dinner to celebrate father's day and so kind of cute and also megan markle criticized for wearing a big dress so how are we unpracticed see watch now that means pregnant already come on is that the big criticism we're on pregnancy watch.

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