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"robert deleo" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:56 min | 7 months ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on Radio Boston

"I put on my first shot of madonna. And then i have one more shot in two weeks and i put up the ladder. Cortisone treatment on. No if it's already take advil and more general jobs so let's go to you dr mark signer and you may or may not feel like you can answer greg's question directly if you can great but also how do people find out more information about interactions between other medications or treatments and vaccines sure. Quick questions. i might try to answer the second one i. That's one week quite a bit about taking things. Like advil or non steroidal tunnel around the time of a vaccine. What we typically recommend to people is that if you take those renaissance regularly for a chronic condition that you should continue them the vaccine to solve should necessarily have stopped taking them but for pretty much everyone else so if you don't normally take those medicines don't take them preemptively before the vaccine just because you're worried you might have side effects go ahead get the vaccine and if you do have side effects are significantly Bothersome headache smile. Just fevers where you feel like those medicines can be helpful. it's perfectly fine to take them Participants in these vaccine trials did take them and we've seen high efficacy in these studies despite their use so we don't tell people to avoid them after the fact if they have symptoms just not to take them preemptively before they take the vaccine because of fear of side effects. Sorry excuse me in terms of other interactions with the vaccines I think it's important to note that at least a pfizer in the madonna. Vaccines really don't have too many components in them other than other than some Basically fat particles in particles better already in our body and so we haven't really seen much of any evidence at all of those vaccines interacting with other medicines and so we typically would tell most patients to talk to your doctor. If you have specific questions about any medicines that you're taking Before around a vaccine. So i don't want him to give any specific recommendations but for the most part these vaccine don't appear to interact with most medicines. So dr darren. I wanna stay on this question from the caller for a minute. because Dr snyder just talked about not taking something prophylactically. 'cause you worried about side effects i know we do. The public. health goal is for as many people to get vaccinated as possible. So maybe you can address the concern about side effects. What what are the real concerns. What are we really seeing. How severe those side effects. How often do they happen etcetera. Yeah i mean a lot of people are nervous about the side effects from these vaccines and they have to be honest. I was nervous before my second shot to. I didn't want to be up all night with shaking chills and sweats. And in fact. I wasn't and i came to work the next day. And i'm just one story but i think we hear about the people who feel really sick after that vaccine When we talk and they aren't the majority they are the minority. But when i talked to those people they say you know. I told myself. This is evidence that the vaccine is working. This is evidence that the vaccine is wrapping up my immune system so that it will recognize the virus and it was fine and it was over in a day and i'm and i feel bulletproof now And so it does come with the territory It's probably not as bad as you think it's going.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:46 min | 7 months ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Designed clinical trials protected people from getting sick with covid eighty five percent of the time. We're better. there were no deaths in any of the arms and people who got the vaccine any of these studies. I think their exceptional vaccines. I think we need to get as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible. And however the distribution plans worked it allowed to happen. I think we should support. And there doesn't seem to me any clear distinction between getting one versus the other because they all were quite well in. They're all quite safe. All right. lying calls are still coming in one. Eight hundred four two three eight two five five to get on the line with doctors. Mark cider sheera doron. We've got richard from back bay richard. What's your question there. can you hear me. I can richard. Go herman young. I curious to know. If i've had both my shots whether it's pfizer or madonna and the boosters recommended doesn't matter which i get. What can i get a pfizer. If i had madonna. Or if i had mcgurn is okay to get visor booster. Thanks for the question. Richard and dr drone alaska just to start by answering where we are on the idea of boosters from a and pfizer and then richards question about what it matter which one you got yeah. We're still a ways away from any kind of plan that might involve vaccinated. People getting re vaccinated boosted different vaccine at this point the companies that make the vaccines are planning for a variety of scenarios related to immune evading variants So they're working on boosters. They're working on different formulations There are no recommendations for anybody to receive a additional vaccines when they're done with their one or two shot series and more recommendations will be forthcoming if that becomes the case right now the cdc recommends not mixing and matching at all. If you're doing a two shot series but we'll have to see what happens down the road. Hopefully none of that. We'll come to be necessary at all. And before i go back to the phones i'd love to just hear one of you talk a little bit more about as the new variants come. Will there be a regular race to adapt the current scenes. Kind of like there is every year. The flu shot has a variation every year depending on what we think the dominant strain is going to be. Do we have any idea what to expect from that perspective yet. Maybe stay with me. Dr darren that you know the the this coronavirus and others. They're they're not really like the flu shot. They don't mutate quickly. We don't expect to have to adapt the vaccine on an annual basis in that same way We were so excited to see the janssen. Johnson johnson vaccine efficacy against the variance in south america and south africa that it was still Essentially one hundred percent effective against hospitalization and death and with data like that. It's likely that we wouldn't need any change in the formulation booster against variance But time will tell all right. That's encouraging let's go back to the phones. We've got greg in dedham greg. What's your question. Hi i have a question about medication. both Specific in more general one I'm lined up to take a cortisone shot of my spine with a light of kane. And i put it off Just because i wasn't sure if there's a mix of auriemma. I shot my second shot and two weeks. How long when you say your first your first vaccine shot. And so you.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:30 min | 7 months ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Three eight two five to ask your corona virus or coronavirus vaccine question. We've got mary on the line in franklin. Mary go ahead. Hi taking my call. I'm wondering how to interact with my father-in-law are how to visit him. Now that he is fully m. Nine he lives alone and he has He only sees his immediate family. And usually it's one on one. Do i have to wear continued ornament. Mary let me just ask you. Have you have vaccination yet no. Okay so dr darren to you. Yeah so this is a really important question. Because there hasn't been a lot of guidance for people about what to do once they're immunized or vaccinated but the cdc is planning to release something this week so There may be a lot of information there that you'll be able to digest but the way i advise people is Again risk is going to be on a continuum and you're always going to be able to improve that risk by wearing a mask and keeping you know six feet or so of distance outside well ventilated space. All of those things will continue to decrease your best because vaccination is definitely not a hundred percent although it's excellent and the fact that the more vulnerable person in your situation is the vaccinated one that adds a level of protection as well It's better that the vulnerable person vaccinated as opposed to the vulnerable person being unvaccinated and less vulnerable person being vaccinated. Certainly if all people are accented in a group that's the safest situation So safest outside with masks with distance vaccinated And then everything else is sort of some level of risk but much much less than in the days before vaccination existed. This is an ask the doctors on radio boston. We're taking your corona virus. Questions with dr shira darren of time medical center and dr mark cider of massachusetts general hospital. We've got veto on the line. From the north end. The the number by the way is eight hundred four two three eight two five veto. Go i thank you. I'm just wondering about the context of the reporting of the numbers. Like i realized that numbers are going down total numbers but never much comment about the severity of these cases. For it was about thirty. Two thousand current cases less than eight hundred hospital. That tells me about two two and a half percent recovering at home. It just seems that.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:13 min | 9 months ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"World of Boston. Here's what's happening. Long time Speaker of the House, Robert DeLeo, saying his goodbyes today farewells on Beacon Hill. WBC's Karen Regal has more from the Statehouse, Karen In about 90 minutes. It'll be official Robert Giulio will end his Beacon Hill career, apparently for a job at Northeastern, although no one saying a lot about that, as of yet, speaker DiLeo. That's his title for the next 90 minutes gave us sometimes emotional farewell. Speaking behind his podium in the House chamber, he recounted things he had done. He gave credit to his heir apparent. Ron Mariano of Quincy for often backing him and leading some significant legislation through in his voice broke at times, Ben When he said he recounted stories of constituents who had called him and thank him for his help. And he said, that is the most important thing helping people reporting from the Statehouse. Karen Regal WBZ, Boston's news radio, and tomorrow the Democratic caucus in the House will hold session to pick a successor to Robert DeLeo majority leader and longtime legislative Ron Mariano is expected to get that job. Senate Republican leader blocking Democrats push for an immediate vote in Washington on President Trump's demand that Americans get some bigger. Coronavirus relief checks. Pressure is growing on the GOP after the president spent days insisting on boosting the checks from 600 to $2000. The house voted overwhelmingly yesterday to do that, But on the Senate floor, Mitch McConnell blocked the Democrats demands for an immediate vote. Give Americans this Money as Massachusetts is, Ed Markey and others insisted a Senate willing to spend hundreds of billions on defense also can help citizens afford food. That is a moral failure for our country. Even as more GOP senator said they'll back the bigger checks. McConnell gave almost no indication of his plans. Soccer mahogany Washington abortion rights in Massachusetts will be codified in law and access to the procedure will be expanded. It comes after the Senate joined the House today, overriding Governor Charlie Baker's veto of that legislation. The bill, known as the Row Act, expands access to abortion beyond 24 weeks in certain cases, and also lowers the age of consent from 18 to 16. The governor vetoed the bill on Christmas Eve, saying he strongly supports the right to access reproductive health care. But could not support reducing the age that women are required to get permission from a parent or a judge. 4 33 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Busy, busy, busy, Mike. Certainly has been yacht. Not a good start for the Mass Turnpike this afternoon. Westbound is jammed up shortly after Route 16 and Newton out into western, almost three miles. It's the crash cleanup going on little over a mile after 1 28. If you're stuck in that you want to be in the right lanes to get through, otherwise avoided if you can, Of course, up to the north. Things aren't so bad, at least on the upper end of 1 28 wall fam up into Wakefield is a good ride for you about 93. Now let's check in with them off Reinsurance Road report similar situation here. For 93 dog found so coming off the upper deck headed up past spot Pond Bond Fail Avenue. Really not that bad. Even if they have ramps to 1 28, you're making pretty good time there, and beyond that, it's decent up to Wilmington and over and the fluid. Christian Act in the Monterey Insurance Fraud report. But all the activity is really to the South. We start with the expressway South. It's just slow going from mass have to South Bay and then pretty solid from squad Um, street through the split over to route 24 about 35, maybe 40 minutes from the tunnel to route 24. Now the north out expressways. Tough East Milton, a passing upon zits circle. 95 South is jam from 93 down into Norwood is a crash cleanup continues a little afternoon ponds. It street delays on the Cape. Route six east is jammed up almost a mile through sandwich with a right wing crashed by route. 1 30 0 in this water main break in lower Austin has got a detour from soldiers Field road eastbound up and over the Elliot Bridge, and that puts you on to memorial drive that detour in effect for a while longer. My king WBC's traffic on the three mainly clear skies Tonight will be.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Naturally and wake with no next day grogginess. Equal, pure Z's naturally superior sleep, miking WBC's traffic on the threes and looking at the four day forecast. It's gonna be blustery and cold. Stay in that way this afternoon could feel like the teens. But the win tonight Clear and cold winds kind of calming down low 22 in Boston teens for the suburbs tomorrow cold, less windy, windy sun's out high 35 to 40 could be some rain near the coast tomorrow night Thursday, Rated times, especially in the morning. Knot is called high 45 50 late in the day and Friday New Year's Day is gonna be cloudy, colder. Some rain around Mase, mainly in the afternoon temperatures near 40 Right now it's 34 degrees. Partly Claudio for Boston at 2 45 live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Madison Rodgers here. The five things you need to know what to 45 a close eye on Washington today amid a push to raise direct stimulus checks from 600 to $2000 more Not in a moment, The Boston Athletic Association says they won't be able to confirm a fall date for the Boston Marathon until early 2021. After six consecutive terms. Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo has announced he's resigning from his position and that takes effect 6 p.m. today. Search for a motive continues in Nashville following the identification.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo is bidding his position farewell. The Quincy Democrat, handed his his letter of resignation in yesterday. WBC's Carl Stevens reports this afternoon for one last time 70 year old House Speaker Robert DeLeo will stand with the gavel in that historic chamber. He'll be saying goodbye. After 12 years of speaker he's stepping down, effective at six PM, is expected to take a job. It is all the modern Northeastern University and he's expected to be succeeded by long time. Legislator Run Mariano of Quincy. During his time as speaker. DiLeo did a lot. Among other things, he helped the shepherd through laws legalizing casino gambling, expanding health care and rewriting criminal justice laws. And speaking of criminal justice. He's the first Massachusetts House speaker in three decades to quit the job on his own terms. Without the burden of legal troubles. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio on overnight fire at a black church in Springfield, is being investigated as a possible hate crime. Springfield Fire Commissioner Barn Old Calvi's called the Fire at the Martin Luther King Jr Church. Highly suspicious. The fire early Monday took around an hour to put out and left the church unusable. Well, he says there's been three other fires in the area in the last three weeks. Springfield police and fire working with the FBI on the investigation, They're asking anyone with information on the fire to contact the arson hotline. There's a $5000 reward offered for information that leads to the cause of the fire. A NAR man shot by police in Brockton, who were called in about a domestic dispute. WBZ TV Snick Emmons has the story A man shot and killed by police after an.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is on 1 28 north down there working between Coney Street. And upon such street in Walpole on the shoulder, Laurie granted that Levi's ease traffic on the threes. Now we check on the WB Z four day AccuWeather forecast. Look at that blue sky out there. It is certainly beautiful as we get going on this Tuesday morning. Beautiful but chilly. Certainly out there that temperature really just above the freezing mark, and we're going to stay there. Some of us going to be dipping down into the twenties later today, still across central and western Mass here already below freezing. Haven't got to the mark yet. But nevertheless later today we'll just see plenty of sunshine staying called the lows of 22 Tonight. Real feels down towards the single digits for Wednesday tomorrow High of 37 plenty of sunshine but again, other windy Cold Day. Your New Year's Eve forecast. You heard Dean DeVore mentioned it from AccuWeather. That may be a wintry mix could be happening at some point on New Year's Eve. But outside of that, we're gonna be up around 52 for the high for the afternoon and rain in the morning on New Year's Eve. We kick 2020 out the door and say hello to 2021 on Friday and we kick off. Well, some rain showers and some clouds and a high of 41 degrees. Not exactly a Great start to the new year. Whether wise, but I think everyone's looking forward to 2021. We're at 34 degrees right now in Lowell. We're at 34 Marlborough right now. 34 degrees in Carver and in Boston 35 Plenty of sunshine. It is a 35 on WBC news radio. After some 30 years on Beacon Hill, House Speaker Robert to Leo is stepping down. Robert DeLeo, Winthrop Democrat was elected 1991 and his literal resignation right in the House to Leo writes. It is an honor and a privilege to have been elected House speaker 60 Arms. At one point he had agreed to term limits but apparently changed his mind and says the house will be in good hands and a statement to WBC news radio on December. 18th majority leader Ronald Mariano says he believes he has gained the trust of the House to.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Nineteen and had a hearing on September twenty four, and was voted out favorably voted out of committee favorably, so I can understand the concern that this entire omnibus bill has not full blown hearing, but we also have to recognize the practical aspect of this time. The legislative session ends on July thirty first. There is only so much time to be able. Able for the Senate to pass something the house to pass something for the conference committee to come together, and put something forward then be passed by both houses, and then give it to the governor who has ten days at Sei if he's been assigned, inventively doesn't come back to those bodies, and then get it done by the end of the legislative session, so there are these time constraints that exist, and just because this is the first piece of legislation that gets introduced and dealt with in this moment to be responsive doesn't mean it will be. The last were hopeful that as we continue to advocate and push that there can be brought a reformed church. One of the part of the backdrop over the last several days is this bill has been taken up in the state? Senate has been the lobbying that happens the positioning. The phone calls the discussions that happen from all the parties involved and I'm thinking about advocates for reform and advocates for police officers. Just illustration just now I gave you what Larry Calderoni said yesterday you push back and said you know there's still a lot of history there. He would probably come back and say yes, but we haven't had anything like Minneapolis. My point in all of this is there is more work to be done. Is there a path forward that gets police reform bill fully passed and signed in the Commonwealth that can be supported and endorsed sufficiently by all the parties involved. I think so, but it also requires level of truth telling to happen. One of the things is that the police advocates have not been. Honest in their opposition to this they've they're going around telling people that they will lose their homes if qualified immunity is. Restricted or limited in any way, which is just not true, officers are indemnified. Police will always claim. The Sky is falling. When there are ever, there's introduction of progressive reforms and time after time reform after reform, we found that not to true, and so certainly there needs to be people coming together to the table, but we cannot lose sight of reason that. That there's a conversation about police reform. Nobody's talking about overhaul the way the fire department does its job because people are not victims of violence, especially in communities of color and black communities in particular because of the way, fire departments do their job to worry talk about what's happening in leasing, but that's what has caused. Some cannot lose sight of that. Now, House Speaker Robert deleo says he hopes to have a virtual hearing on the Senate bill this week. Do you expect similar reforms in a house version when it comes forward more or less? We're. We're hoping that it has similar reforms or even more progressive reforms, and we all did..

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"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"There's forty five cases of coronavirus of the city or consecration with hospitals and we're working with state and federal governments and advocates for supplies and services people need salt I've been on the phone today with several of our hospitals in the city just to kind of get an update on where they are and they're working on some briefing us on where they stand it's important member a key goal is to protect the capacity of our hospitals we can handle the peak in a crisis something that we're looking at I think that right now is still not a peak and we want to make sure that we keep the beds are available I wouldn't work with hospitals as we move forward here this is the best we can an employee of the state house's tested positive for covert nineteen house speaker Robert DeLeo sending an email to members and staff saying an employee of the Massachusetts house of representatives has the virus the person who has not been identified received a presumptive positive and began sick leave on Thursday the Cambridge health alliance is joining other health facilities without mobile test site for covert nineteen the BBC's Chris father tells us the tent debut right next door to Somerville hospital alliance member and Somerville mayor Joe Curtatone he was among those in attendance this morning and he did not mince his words about covert nineteen this epidemic is a health crisis in which we've never seen before in our lifetime and the predictions suggest it's only going to get worse medical experts expected Massachusetts will have more than ten thousand cases by the end of March some project a sur jewel over run a health care system so he called on leaders of city and state now more than ever we need to work together state and local government in our federal partners we need to step it up we need to increase test that we need to make more test kits available we need to support our hospital systems and issued this warning to the public people should not be gathering at all we should be making an eight a six foot minimum distance you should not be haven't played yet so my concern is there are still people not taking the.

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Boston - State House Of massachusetts Closes To The Public

Jay Talking

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - State House Of massachusetts Closes To The Public

"Coronavirus forces the state house doors closed to the public hears WBZ's Karen regal the people's houses closed state Senate president Karen Spilka says is to control the spread of covert nineteen the state has will be closed to the public legislators constitutional officers staff employees and invited guests will be able to continue to come to the state house but we side very difficult we would be disinfecting the state house in the evening only to have lots of people and tourists come to the state house at the house and the Senate are meeting an informal session that's what the state constitution requires much of the focus coronavirus house speaker Robert DeLeo can't even begin to speculate if a state budget will be done on time reporting from the state house Karen regal WBZ Boston news

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"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thomas Washington house speaker, Robert deleo is assuring visitors to the Massachusetts state house that they are not being subjected to facial recognition in a written statement, the Winthrop democrat says, there's no such technology used at the state house. Now, the comment was part of a longer statement that deals office sent out Thursday in response to students who gathered at the state house to protest higher education costs. There's a new source of the potentially deadly threat. Antibiotic resistance CBS's Vicki Barker, explained from the Mississippi to the Thames to the Tigers. The biggest ever global study has found two thirds of our rivers are heavily polluted. With antibiotics that means they may have already become the breeding ground for bacteria that can resist all known drugs. And that means the threat to human life. And health is even greater than scientists have feared only last month the u n declared the rise of antibiotic resistant, bacteria a global health. Emergency that could kill ten million people by twenty fifty that may turn out to be an under estimate. Vicki Barker, CBS news. It's seven twenty a nearly thirty six year old bald eagle in Maine. The oldest ever documented in the state has died after suffering a broken leg. The eagle was found injured and rescued in April of twenty seventeen. It had been banded shortly after hatching back in nineteen eighty three in Canada as she was at the avian, haven bird, sanctuary in freedom. The eagle was on Friday, found on the ground veterinarians agreed that they should relieve her of her suffering. It's seven twenty one. We check traffic and weather next to us for a second. Close your eyes, not if you're driving. But, you know, picture a hem made and knotted rump. What color is it do you imagine, you know, the kind of rogue Aladdin flew on? Or are you seeing something different? You'd be surprised the rugs coming out of the near east these days from along the old silk road, the rug capitals of the world. Formal design has been deconstructed. There's more grays and neutral colors,.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The border. Congress has to act they have to get rid of passion released chain migration visa lottery. They have to get rid of the whole style of fiscal because it doesn't work, and frankly, we should get rid of judges. You can't have a court case every time somebody step foot or not ground. Meanwhile, the battle over the border appears to be on hold at least for now last week. President Trump threatened to shut the southern border with Mexico completely if the influx of migrants continued the president now says Mexico has stepped up efforts to block illegal immigration from the northern triangle of Central America. While a closure is still on the table. The president added he would prefer to see terrorists place on vehicles coming over at a twenty five percent rate. Much more coming up in my interview with ABC news. Correspondent Alex stone. And now a push to address distracted driving Massachusetts house speaker Robert deleo expects this chamber to vote on legislation that would ban handheld cell phone use while driving. He says it is my intention for the house to take hands free driving legislation this session, adding that he has discussed this issue with some of his key lieutenants, that's a major boost for an initiative that has been stolen by a lack of action in the house in recent years now versions of the Bill passed the state Senate each of the last two year legislative sessions, but have not been approved in the house yet. They're proposal which is already law in sixteen states would ban. Motorists from touching a cell phone while driving except for a single touch to activate a call or mapping function. Drivers.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty six degrees under partly cloudy skies at seven thirty on this Wednesday evening. Good evening. I'm Josh binswanger. Here's what's happening. A member of house speaker Robert deleo leadership team is under fire tonight allegations he walked up behind an incoming legislator and grabbed her back side during orientation cocktail hour last month's Boston Globe reporting. Those allegations have been made against Representative Paul mcmurtry, a democrat from Dedham at the time, chairman of the house personnel committee. According to the report several officials witness the incident delays office has knowledge that the speaker has received secondhand reports from some lawmakers of inappropriate conduct from that December orientation, we'll continue to follow this story here on WBZ new house. Democrats sit outside Senator Mitch McConnell's office this afternoon calling on the majority leader to take a vote on the government shutdown. The house has voted on a package of bills regarding the shutdown, but the Senate will not. Until Democrats agreed to include funding for a border wall democratic congresswoman, Katie hill. California says it's time for the Senate to act so at this point the only thing left is for us to make noise. And that's exactly what we're doing. As the partial government shutdown continues. A group of democratic senators are Personalizing the impact on federal workers. Bill Rakoff has more from Capitol Hill Democrats descended the Senate steps on the east front of the capitol each carrying a large picture of a furloughed federal worker Senator Patty Murray outlining the plight of one of her constituents. Shirley, an FA employees. She told me that hers is a single income family, and then not knowing when her paycheck will come is very stressful to say, the least Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, Mr President, look at the pain and suffering you're causing Bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill.

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Man Convicted of Killing 2-Year-Old 'Baby Doe' Wants His Sentence Reduced

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Man Convicted of Killing 2-Year-Old 'Baby Doe' Wants His Sentence Reduced

"Quickly and espn chair robert wall we have a fifteen person team they have expertise in civil engineering materials human factors survival factors miamidade homicide detectives are also on scene police director juan perez says it's because deaths were involved that there is criminal charges looming or pen or anything like that for red says he expects more bodies to be found as workers clear the rubble away peter king cbs news orlando wbz throughout the day we'll bring you the latest when we know more on wbz wbz news time to a one closer to home there's a hearing underway at this hour in boston as the man convicted of killing baby doe seeks to reduce his sentence lawyers for michael mccarthy to cut his second degree murder conviction down to manslaughter the district attorney says though he's against it mccarthy was convicted last june in the murder of two year old bell bond the daughter of his girlfriend at the time bellas remains had washed up on the shores of deer island and computer generated image of her went viral on social media as police scrambled to identify her mccarthy's lawyers had argued at trial bellas mother rachelle bond was the actual killer on beacon hill house speaker robert deleo was criticized yesterday on the floor for his office using nondisclosure agreements with former state house staffers wbz's ken bill reports he got a chance to respond this morning's bigger deleo says nondisclosure agreements are crucial protecting the privacy of harassment victims yet he also says none of the as used during his tenure as speaker involved sexual harassment and that that really haven't been that many anyway i think if you take a look in terms of a place of the size of the massachusetts house of representatives over the years i'm not sure if that many if you come right down to it there's eighteen of them to really could could be looked at over the ten years that i've been there critics of nondisclosure agreements say they use public funds to undercut transparency.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Tall rick who draw jericho go all i welcome the tzakas jared's the a refund and rock and roll because it's friday were getting the weekend started off with the duff but kagan joke of the week hey shark how it is our job intriguing calling in and uh how you doing there you don't live friend of mine from married longtime how it needs to lose secret he's got um with this in his lifetime you know what she is after uh what's wants to have sex so it'll just talking others leader what's uh if she doesn't want to have sex turn wiener 500 types thank you double stomach bag baby oh man these jokes or a stink year than threedayold sauces but i love it def mccague enough from a little rock and roll hall of fame banco guns n' roses i want to thank him for keeping us laughing every friday and of course groaning for the entire week here on talk has jericho where all seeking to iraq and a hall of famer tellus tinker jokes every friday only here and we're elsie going to get the guitar player from depth lebre returning to talk has jericho to talk about thirty years of hysteria i'm time with the amazing fill calling such a great guy he's got stories what what it took to write a record that album with producer motlaq thirty years old this year and how it took a year for the album the catch on and explode mostly thanks to some strippers of florida gotta love them strippers man fills also huge walking dead fence we talk about that and game of thrones and breaking bad we also get into his other banda blues bad he has with robert deleo from stone temple pilots he's an upcoming guest here on talk to jericho they're called delta deep.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"I had the honour of doing the first ever interview with the brand new lineup of stone temple pilots the first every interview with jeff goutte who is the band's new lead singer it was revealed during the interview you're about to here the band also played three songs storing this radio special unfortunately because of podcast rules those three songs had to be cut out but if you'd like to hear those you can get those on the siriusxm app on demand but you will get the audio of the interview portion and i spent some great times recently with robert deleo aircrafts the surviving members of stone temple pilots i did a special with them which you also heard here on the podcast for the twentyfifth anniversary of their debut album core and i had the great honour of hosting the first ever interview the interview where they literally revealed you there need new lead singer was during the course of the interview you're about to here of course now this happened a couple of weeks ago everybody knows but at the time this was done it was a big reveal moment since this interview was done i had a chance to see stone temple pilots with their new lead singer at the tribute or in los angeles which was the night after we did this interview and this interview actually aired on siriusxm one hour before they took the stage and revealed their singer to the world so it really was a very very kalwa experience and if you didn't hear this first ever interview with stone temple pilots and their news lead singer i thought this would be great opportunity to bring it to you.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Scholar what was a kid on fucking saved by the bell screw speech screech ceiling still dumbfounded that i would you should large what did you call as catching because it's so that i knew it was for kids so close it was like some sort of pig latin wait a minute they're all done pot see pot on done ralph mouth done every actor in hollywood fonzie even franzie's done this is the thing squeaky square geek outta here outta there this is the thing as as a fucking as an actor you have to instinctively know that if your character does not have a first in a fucking last name it's already be doing this please it's it's already going to be absolutely double math this as much as we can and it's still actually recording if you don't have like a a real fuck a name that you could walk out in public with alex peak keaton okay he kept going he just had the unfortunate of get sick and he was even second he was able to do wild west spent city they both about the same shift correct joe what i watch sports at a watch that the west where he is about the white house spin city was about worker for our governor it's politics you just be happy ending say benson note there you go benton there's word guard who bed said the fuck is that guy what is robert deleo dad's expensive yeah but he was he was like seventy when he finally got then i'll do what i've taught it said adding that pence is not a bad name i came in at the guy semi name is benson but you're saying on one name character got two i'm talking about like in your name is fucking sippy big gregg who.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Do you think you can play on this and then it was do you want to join and i was a little reluctant at first it wasn't musically where i wanted to be owes conner rediscovering all my led zeppelin and t rex and stuff at the time the 80s were those who remember the 80s were pretty pretty fun worth a look back on me as i had why it is they don't come to us with their problem i was i was i had a i had a great concept actually that we do trading cards and everybody gets their best 80s pictures and the new trade with it you know what i mean we got to get that gone i work on that that's why i wanna see metal barrios pictures the light whoo man was i think it were you ever rock the i've always the'do euro is good the need short hair a guy river ever rocking the molitor or anything like that i had i had a really really good mollet you'd lion on the front it was like duran duran type mollet the earth trading card everybody yeah man robert deleo yeah yeah so that's kind of how we we started we eventually put an ad the recycler and for drummer and eric came over and that was kind of the beginning of of what was at the time called swing the balance called swing and we were we were just have fun we just we just wanted a fine we are very into.

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"robert deleo" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"robert deleo" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Any would come over and state the house for two weeks ago and after he'd leave you'd have to go on vacation because he would where you out he was the things he would do in one day would be something that would take you a year to do little back to the vampires anywhere you gotta shot at him when you can johnny's joined five movies this year so that he can take next year off a joe was finishing up aerosmith i'm finishing up this tour so two thousand eighteen we should be recording a new album all original stuff this time and um pretty major tour world short for the vampires i don't know who's on base right now robert deleo is is on base and drums met soerem is on drums but the base and drums can change right you know we we had zack playing drums worse for awhile zak starkey ya occurring oasun and he plays very much like keith moon taught him utterly but it'll be fun to dig to go from this tour to that for you like work in this much still oh yeah i've my gosh it's amazing it's i mean it's and create just you there's no you have no desire to slow down in any way no this your killed good physically are lascaux is december six we're all five continents this year amazing and we just started and this shows starts in fourth gear stays there there's one ballot and all show up are you are you okay was staying for a few more minutes and taken some question suryadi and cheer no math okay by the way my my lovely daughter is over there alico lead singer for be still blanco.

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