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"robert hinkle" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So just go to stamps. Dot com and click on the microphone at the top of the homepage and type in kirk that stamps dot com promo code kirk. Stamps dot com. Never go to the post office again. Federal judge has come out and blocked florida's social media law says it's likely violated free speech. What likely violated free speech. You're trying to tell me a law that was trying to be passed to protect free. Speech violates freedom of speech forbes dot com is writing a federal judge on wednesday blocked. A florida law passed by governor onto santa's that would've allowed the state to penalize social media companies for banning or labeling posts made by political candidates dealing a blow to the republican backed effort to retaliate against the likes of facebook and twitter for spending foreign president trump. First of all this guy that wrote this article sill a t. Out ray is completely wrong. The banning and suspending president trump is one component of a broader complaints. That those of us that care about freedom of speech have against these tech companies. Us district judge robert hinkle. Whoever that is issued a preliminary injunction blocking enforcement of the law a day before was scheduled to go into effect on the grounds that it likely preempted or violated the first amendment henkel noted that the law was an effort to target social media platforms obviously too large and too liberal. The judge says but added that quote balancing exchange of ideas among private users was not a legitimate government interest. The judge also pointed out the discriminatory nature of the law as it offers exemptions for companies that operate a theme park in the state something observers have referred to as the disney exemption. Florida's governor rhonda. Santa said he plans to immediately appeal. Ingles decision good and disagreed with his determination that the us constitution protects big tech censorship of certain individuals and content over others. Henkel continues this judge. The legislation compels providers the hosts speech that violates their standards speech they otherwise would not host and forbids providers from speaking as they otherwise would the governor signing statement and numerous remarks. Legislators show rather clearly that the legislation is viewpoint based and parts contravene federal statute. Well i would love to have this judge oversee the circuit court in new york because if all of a sudden you have any sort of political motivation behind any sort of action natural. Throw out the indictment behind donald trump in a second but almost no judge will take the political leanings into consideration unless they are so extreme and so over the top so this judge is making the argument that the five point seven trillion dollar companies. Four of them they should be. They should be treated as if they are the local lebanese restaurant in midtown new york city. So we have seen what big tech has done and what they are doing and just breaking today on facebook. There is a new disclaimer on facebook. If you go to facebook. And maybe you like charlie kirks facebook page or maybe the turning point usa page. Facebook now has a pop up. It says are you concerned that someone you know is becoming an extremist. We care about preventing extremism on facebook. Just so you guys know. I wanted just train our audience anytime you hear. The word extremism. Someone is trying to control you anytime. You hear the word extremism. It's someone who's trying to use power to manipulate your actions others in your situation have received confidential support how you can help hear stories and get advice from people who escaped violent extremist groups and then facebook says get support. Just so you know. They consider.

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"robert hinkle" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"A federal judge has blocked a new law in Florida aimed at punishing tech companies. The law, which was set to take effect today, would find social media companies for blocking the post of politicians prior to an election. But the Washington Post reports that U. S. District Judge Robert Hinkle suggest that the law was unconstitutional and violates the First Amendment. Florida lawmakers approved the law following the suspension of former President Trump's accounts on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. The Social media platform said he violated their policies following the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol. Florida Governor Ron to Santa's, a Republican and Trump ally, signed the law in May, saying it was a stand against alleged censorship of conservatives and plans to appeal. Tanya J. Powers. Fox News. Another state is offering incentives to get people vaccinated against Covid 19 Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer following the lead of other states and offer a millions of dollars in cash prizes and state college scholarships to incentivize people to get the coronavirus vaccine. Saying she worked around the state's gaming laws via partnerships with myrrh and the United Way to pull it off. We follow the science and listen to the experts, but at this juncture we feel very good about where we are. We've got to focus on vaccinations, and that's what this is all about Michigan hoping 700,000 more residents getting Corona Vine was shot. Those who have already received the vaccine are still eligible. Jeff Man, also Fox News. Ohio and New York have also offered incentives, including scholarships and tickets to baseball games. Jeff Bezoza has announced he's chosen an early female aerospace engineer to rocket into space with him in three weeks. 82 year old Wally Funk was not granted astronaut wings due to her gender. The rocket is set to take off from West Texas and fly for 10 minutes. Bezels Brother will also be on board. The new Shepard rocket named for Alan Shepard, the first American.

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"robert hinkle" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Thirty which prevents platforms from being liable for their content moderation decisions. Us district judge robert hinkle issued a preliminary injunction preventing parts of the law from taking effect. Judge hinkle's said the law would restrict speech by dictating to platform operators. Who can use their site and what content they can post. The judge did not find that florida had showed a compelling public need for the law writing quote leveling the playing field promoting speech on one side of an issue or restricting speech on the other is not a legitimate state interest. End quote state of florida will appeal the ruling to the eleventh us. Circuit court I can't wait to the supreme court. Let's just put it right in front of justice. Thomas right now. I wanna i wanna see what he says 'cause because that's where it's going to end up it's all about whether the first amendment applies and if so how and whether section two thirty applies and if so how this compelling state interest is is one that judges can justifiably have different viewpoints on there like. Hey but we're talking about campaigns. We're talking about public officials here. Maybe there is a difference. And i could see a legal theory being crafted for that so i i know where this is headed and i'll just sit back and relax and wait for that supreme court decision probably next year sometime. Her folks who don't follow politics or are not dialed in the united states flavor of politics the governor of florida currently is rhonda santa's who is not only up for reelection in the state of florida which has become increasingly read over the past few years into twenty twenty two but is also somebody that is a possible twenty twenty four republican front runner for the presidency of the united states. He's made a couple big splashy conservative leaning a legislative push lately. This is one of them. But i do agree with you. Tom this is not quite these slam. Dunk that i think some people who would be critical of the law..

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"robert hinkle" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"They will come to an agreement. There's there's too much momentum for the tech companies aren't even fighting it there expressed reason for supporting it. Is they think it would be better to have clear rules. And not this more complex system that that causes them to jump through all these hoops. The unexpressed reason is probably regulatory capture. Which is like. Hey we're already here at this level of money. So yeah set a rule that that makes it harder for someone to grow into into our business But i think there will be something here. I think you're right that what the are will be very interesting to watch and whether it actually works. The idea is that we're gonna tax you anyway whether headquarter in ireland or barbados or somewhere else. So what's the point and whether that actually happens whether that dissuades companies from doing that and whether it hurts those countries which is the other reason that ireland is against it. They're like hey we don't want to have everybody suddenly move out of ireland because of this. Yeah yeah and that's and that's the thing is a cannon international tax framework run faster than all of the accountants on the planet. Bill say the fact that they got this far. Stuns me so i. i'm michael. Shoot if they could get if they get this far. There's there's a chance there that's the in may the greatest state in the union. Florida passed a law prohibiting social media platforms from banning anyone running for public office in florida. It also stopped platform from censoring journalistic enterprise is based on their don't exemption was given to companies that owned and operated a theme park wonder how that got their tech. Trade groups challenged the law in court. Arguing that it violated a constitutional right to make aditorial judgments and was preempted by section two thirty which prevents platforms from being liable for their content moderation decisions. Us district judge robert hinkle issued a preliminary injunction preventing parts of the law from taking effect. Judge hinkle's said the law would restrict speech by dictating to platform operators. Who can use their site and what content they can post. The judge did not find that florida had showed a compelling public need for the law writing quote leveling the playing field promoting speech on one side of an issue or restricting speech on the other is not a legitimate state interest. End quote state of florida will appeal the ruling to the eleventh us. Circuit court I can't wait to the supreme court. Let's just put it right in front of justice. Thomas right now. I wanna i wanna see what he says 'cause because that's where it's going to end up it's all about whether the first amendment applies and if so how and whether section two thirty applies and if so how this compelling state interest is is one that judges can justifiably have different viewpoints on there like. Hey but we're talking about campaigns. We're talking about public officials here. Maybe there is a difference..

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"robert hinkle" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"And strange viral clips and quote. Everyone said this was going to happen and it has happened. A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction blocking florida's stop social media censorship. Act from going into effect that florida law that seemingly wouldn't survive first contact with the first amendment according to most lawyers quoting nbc news us district. Judge robert hinkle. Issued a preliminary injunction blocking enforcement of the law which was scheduled to go into effect today. Ankles said the laws ban on d platforming likely violated the free speech rights of the tech companies which under the first amendment are generally free to decide what to publish without government interference quote the legislation compels providers to host speech that violates their standards speech. They otherwise would not host and forbids providers from speaking as they otherwise would he wrote referring to the sweeping scope of the law. He added quote like prior. First amendment restrictions. This is an instance of burning the house to roast pig and quote. The law says that a platform may not permanently delete or ban a candidate for office. Suspensions of up to fourteen days are allowed under the law and a service could still remove individual posts that violate its terms of service. The state's elections commission could find a social media company. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars a day for statewide candidates and twenty five thousand dollars a day for other candidates if a company were found to have violated the law individuals could also sue and.

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"robert hinkle" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"First lady Jill Biden will travel the Surfside. They'll visit with families of victims of the collapsed tower. Biden's offered federal help and extended his concerns. To the community. New this morning. Tropical Storm Elsa has formed over the tropical Atlantic and is expected to cause heavy rains that may lead to isolated flash floods and mudslides in the Caribbean. Elsa, now the earliest fifth named Storm on record, Elsa is expected to pass near or over. Portions of the Windward Islands are the southern Leeward Islands on Friday and then move into the eastern Caribbean late Friday and Friday nights. Federal judges temporarily blocked the Florida law that was set to go into effect today it would have find social media companies that ban political candidates for violating rules of conduct. Governor Aranda Santis assigned it in May in response to social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Removing and former President Trump for comments amid the January 6th capital, right almost immediately after De Santis signed the law, Computer and Communications Industry Association, which Represents Google Amazon, Facebook filed a suit to block it, U. S District Judge Robert Hinkle said quote like prior First Amendment restrictions, this is an instance of burning the house. To roast a pig. Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has passed away. He was 88 years old. A statement from his family said. Rumsfeld died surrounded by family in New Mexico, a spokesperson saying the cause of death was multiple myeloma. Rumsfeld, of course, served as as secretary of defense under former President George W. Bush, overseeing the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as under Former President Gerald Ford. He also served as Ford's White House chief of staff. After 16 years, Chris Paul will finally play for an NBA title. He led the Phoenix Suns into their first NBA Finals in 28 years by beating the Clippers. 1 30 to 1 Oh three Wednesday night. Closed out the Western Conference finals in six Paul scored 41 points, Devin Booker added 22 to send the sons to the finals. They'll face either Atlanta or Milwaukee who are tied at two apiece in the Eastern Conference finals. Booker saying it felt great. To get the franchise back to the finals. But There's still work to do. He's aiming for Larry. Just a long time coming, You know,.

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"robert hinkle" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"This weekend the surge prompted the state to ban bars from serving alcohol on site and for Miami mayor Francis Suarez to close his city's beaches over the fourth of July weekend we know there are beaches particular inter holiday weekends are areas of mass contributions to all it may be true that you know it's more dangerous inside is to be outside it's more dangerous to be in place whether tions that sound from fox news channel Miami Dade County has had more than thirty three thousand cases more than double that of any other county in the state Miami Dade County school superintendent Alberto Cavallo says it making plans for the upcoming school year includes making alternate plans so we develop plans and a decision timeline that follows that level of uncertainty and our ability to very nimbly have it from condition to condition he says if students return full time they will have an in school contact school tracing system in place to log any covered nineteen cases and try to stop the spread they also look at parent teacher surveys and worst case scenarios as they make the final plan expected out this week a trial next month could decide how much access Florida voters have to ballots by mail in a status conference Friday judge Robert Hinkle tossed out an effort to force counties to pay postage for mail in ballots plaintiffs called it a poll tax single compared it to the cost of driving to a polling site devoted person well Florida's news I'm John the question we'll be right back with more of prosper with Keith.

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"robert hinkle" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"More inmates in the Florida state prison system or debt as a result of corona virus related complications forty three people in custody of died so far since the pandemic began agriculture commissioner Nikki freed tells MSNBC businesses must start doing more to help drive down the number of coronavirus infections the business is really a hundred percent capacity and again everybody this is behind us so people really weren't taking responsibility in our own businesses for not following the regulations and the governor was moving on in his head back into the sandy yeah let's let's hide the ball and look at something else and forget it but they never did this she's also calling on governor Ron DeSantis to impose a state wide face covering order as the number of new cases daily hits a record ninety five hundred eighty five vice president Mike pence canceling part of his trip to Florida due to concerns over the surgeon coronavirus cases instead he'll meet with governor run the status of his health care teams pence was set to travel to Sarasota Thursday before visiting the Oakley transport company in lake Wales all part of a campaign bus tour federal judges dismissing part of a lawsuit that would require local elections officials to pay postage for voters to return mail in ballots judge Robert Hinkle rejecting a claim that having to pay the postage is the same as a poll tax for voters saying that it's no different than having to pay bus fare to get to a polling site a trial is set on other issues surrounding voting by mail including an expansion of time frames to return ballots it's mosquito season and there's west Nile going around Dr William Petri with Miami Dade mosquito controls as the bugs can breed nearly anywhere except salt water that includes your backyard read and standing water rain gutters and because of their weight distribution it's much more difficult to pin them down as it is with the committee you know Dr Peachtree recommends eliminating the breeding grounds by draining standing water from your property with Florida's news I'm L. Lewis four one five.

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"robert hinkle" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The pound bottle with northbound delays thirty six up to one twenty second Reno branch three zero six ten W. I. O. D. watching six standoff the radars rain falling from Miami a four Hallandale looks like high that leaves some very heavy rain there looks like another busy one as you make your way up toward northern Broward and southern Palm Beach county so coral springs parkland thunderstorms there up toward Deerfield beach Boca and even points north of they are getting some very heavy rain it is now four thirty one a federal judge refusing to put on hold its decision allowing hundreds of thousands in Florida felons who completed their sentences to register and vote in this year's elections even if they haven't paid their court fees or fines U. S. district judge Robert Hinkle turning down a request by governor Rhonda sentences lawyers for a stay as they challenges felons voting decision to the eleventh US circuit court of appeals last month Pagel rule against the status of ministration in a battle over twenty nineteen state law aimed at carrying out a constitutional amendment to restore voting rights to felons who have completed all terms of their sentences including parole and probation equality Florida celebrating a landmark decision by the US Supreme Court the says a person may not be fired from a job based on sexual orientation this does not in any way reduce the need for the state legislature and the governor to act in fact we hope that it will crawl in the legislature into action eighteen Smith says state lawmakers should follow the court's lead and approve protections for the LGBTQ community in Florida statutes Smith says the court ruling reflects the opinions of the majority of residents across the state and the country markets ending the day higher today Dow up one hundred four points to win twenty five thousand seven oh nine the nasdaq gained one hundred twenty four points S. and P. five hundred up fifteen four thirty two other updated five o'clock more Sean Hannity after we check whether next hi Mel Lewis newsradio six ten WYO D. looks like our weather is gonna be on a warm and humid side the rest of the week we'll see the chance of a shower thunderstorms tonight lows in the mid seventies a high in the mid eighties maybe a pop up store on Tuesday afternoon with updates around the clock on south Florida's a severe weather station and the weather channel's mark today when he's ready of six ten W. Y. O. D. this report is sponsored by Florida power and light storm season is here N. F. P. L. we are ready prepared like never before for a storm season like no other prepare your home and family as we work to keep all our lights on get ready see how it F. P. L. dot com slash store to magical things.

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Miami - Florida Judge Refuses To Put Felons’ Voting Decision On Hold

Sean Hannity

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Miami - Florida Judge Refuses To Put Felons’ Voting Decision On Hold

"A federal judge refusing to put on hold its decision allowing hundreds of thousands in Florida felons who completed their sentences to register and vote in this year's elections even if they haven't paid their court fees or fines U. S. district judge Robert Hinkle turning down a request by governor Rhonda sentences lawyers for a stay as they challenges felons voting decision to the eleventh US circuit court of appeals last month Pagel rule against the status of ministration in a battle over twenty nineteen state law aimed at carrying out a constitutional amendment to restore voting rights to felons who have completed all terms of their sentences including parole and

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"robert hinkle" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on The Takeaway

"In two thousand eighteen Floridians voted in favor of restoring the right to vote for millions of formerly incarcerated felons, but by mid twenty nineteen Republican Governor Rick Desanta S- and the Republican led state legislature passed a law, prohibiting former felons from voting until they paid off any outstanding fines and fees connected to their case, a confusing payment system combined with the financial hardships that many face meant that the majority of felons in Florida wouldn't be able to pay these fines and would never have their voting rights restored. Last month, however, a federal judge ruled that law unconstitutional, and in violation of the twenty fourth amendment, calling it a quote pay to vote system Sean. Morales Doyle is a senior counsel in the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice, and he was one of the attorneys representing the plaintiffs in the trial, challenging the law, the Twenty Fourth Amendment, which prohibited poll taxes actually said you can't make boating contingent on pink, a poll tax or other tax, the folks the wrote the twenty four. Th Manu that maybe states would try to be creative about how they would could a price tag on boating, and that's what Florida did so this wasn't exactly A. A poll tax, but it was requiring people to pay taxes to vote, and the judge said that violates the twenty fourth amendment according to Sean about nearly eight hundred thousand people formerly charged with felonies in Florida will now get their voting rights restored in terms of race. This policy of disenfranchisement in Florida and across the country disproportionately impacts people color in Florida. The impact on the radio was really stunning prior to the passage amendment for it was decimated that one out of every five black voting age adults in Florida was disenfranchised result of a conviction in their past the data that our expert got together showed that not only is. December enticements something. Something, that disproportionately impacts lack Floridians, but that this requirement hang devote disproportionately impacts them that the vast majority of people who have conviction oh some money, because the Florida criminals justice system just keeps debt on people, but black flea are more likely to own money and more likely to Oh more money than their white counterparts, but the majority of people with felony convictions in Florida are white. It has a population that is disproportionately black, compared to the general population, but actually the majority of people felony convictions Florida are white, and so it's also important to think about this, not in terms of race, but in as you point out in terms of income. Income in terms of wealth and the claim that we want on back in the fall in that we want again on after this trial, one of the claims was this is unconstitutional wealth discrimination, obviously people who go through the criminal justice system the economic realities that they'd face are pretty dire. It's hard to get a job and most of them go into the criminal justice system already in a bad spot when it comes to money well so I'm curious whether the judge acknowledged that disparity, the racial and economic disparities in his decision and we're talking about judge Robert Hinkle here. Who decided the case whose at the US District Court in Tallahassee? Yes. He did acknowledge one of our claims was that this is actually a form of price discrimination and the judge held that this law wasn't passed with the intent to discriminate against Black Floridians, although he said that was a close call, but in ruling on that claim, he acknowledged the disproportionate impact that has on black. And of course ruling on the wealth, discrimination can be made very clear that he thinks that it's unconstitutional to deny someone the right to vote because they're going to afford it, and he has acknowledged this disparity in the past as well it is. There's no doubt that Florida's legislature in new. When they passed this law that they were passing a law that was gonNA. Disproportionately impact Black Floridians that was made clear to them. Our Client League women voters the end of Lacey Pe- in many many others were sounding the alarm about the impact. This would have on the black community in Florida and they went ahead and passed away knowing the impact that it would have. and. The judge said it was a close call whether they did that intentionally to discriminate against Black Floridians ultimately decided that it wasn't that we hadn't proven that it was intentional, but there's no doubt that everyone knew and the impact that it was going to happen that it has in fact headed. Sean given the fact that this has gone back and forth and the community that we're talking about here is probably gotten a lot of mixed messages, and now, of course we're dealing with a global pandemic, which is affecting among other things, our ability to get out to the polls into vote. How are former felons who now have the ability to vote? What is it that they can do to make sure that they're taking advantage of that opportunity given the coronavirus crisis that we're facing right now among other things. It's great question Florida. Thankfully in some respects, Florida elections are more prepared for this pandemic than some other states. Florida already allows anybody to vote by mail and Florida. Already has a system of unlike registration. So folks can start getting registered now. They can do it from home. And they can vote from home as well and so. Hopefully in that respect, Florida's made this a little bit easier on people to your point, it really has been shameful. How the state in addition to passing this law that doesn't franchise so many people also just made it impossible for people to know whether they were eligible or not it just. Failed to provide any guidance whatsoever, and as the judge described it. This was an administrative trainwreck this loan. They didn't just put a price tag on voting. They made it so people can't even figure out what the price is in. Florida is impossible to figure out what you and so the judge's opinion. I would say he did, too. One of them was make sure that everyone got their rights restored, but just as important was that he provided a way for people to know whether they're eligible and to get registered. And he gave clarity people and said that these financial obligations don't count against you. If you're unable to afford them, you can get registered now. Now and if you don't know what you owe, in can't figure out whether unable to afford them. He provided a process for asking the state for an opinion on that. And if you don't get an answering through, you can get registered, so he's cleared the way for people to start getting registered, and thankfully Florida's got the mechanisms in place for people to. To do that and to get boating without having to risk their health, Sean. I want to ask you before as we're wrapping up here one ask you a little bit about the likelihood that this population will vote, and if they do turn out to vote, you mentioned the former felon population. Florida is up in the hundreds of thousands of people who've now essentially been given the green light to vote. How likely is it that this population will vote in two thousand twenty, and if they do turn out to the polls? What effect could that have given that Florida? As.

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"robert hinkle" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"And the third the three trillion dollars regardless of the national debt is a concern as well and so these are challenging times for both first for state local government and for the federal government Connell says the next relief bill will be narrowly focused and include liability protection for businesses adding the economy won't fare well if companies face an epidemic of lawsuits on the heels of the pandemic for NPR news I'm Stu Johnson in Lexington some counties to the north of New York City have now begun the first phase of a four part state re opening process that's after New York governor Andrew Cuomo said the areas have now met the state's criteria with declining numbers of deaths and hospitalizations from covert nineteen York city mayor bill de Blasio announced today the city's hard seventeen hundred coronavirus contact tracers important step toward meeting we opening requirements New York City with nearly thirty thousand code nineteen deaths remains largely shut down Florida's governor says the state will appeal a federal court decision that opens the way for hundreds of thousands of felons to regain the right to vote NPR's Greg Allen reports the ruling by U. S. District Court judge has fallen can't be denied the vote if they can't pay outstanding fines and fees Florida voters passed an amendment to years ago restoring the right to vote to felons who completed their sentences a bill signed into law by governor Ron DeSantis requires phones the first to pay all court ordered fines fees and restitution U. S. district judge Robert Hinkle says that require it violates the US constitution's ban on poll taxes the saddest says the state will appeal that we knew this was gonna happen.

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"robert hinkle" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

10:59 min | 2 years ago

"robert hinkle" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Of this radio station and of this newscast a federal judge has ruled that Florida law can't stop formerly incarcerated people from voting because they haven't paid legal fees court costs and restitution district judge Robert Hinkle call the law passed last year by the Republicans Florida legislature and signed by Republican governor Ron de Santis a pay to vote system two years ago Florida voters approved amendment for giving former prisoners the right to vote Republican lawmakers attempted to blunt the effect of the law by then requiring released prisoners to pay all fines all restitution all other legal financial obligations before regaining their right to vote an American civil liberties union lawyer called the federal ruling a tremendous victory for voting rights the state could still appeal Florida has an estimated seven hundred seventy four thousand disenfranchised former prisoners they represent a potentially significant voting bloc and a presidential election year and the state well known for its razor thin election margins meanwhile president trump has intensified his opposition to expanding mail in voting amid the pandemic even threatening federal funding to the battleground states of Michigan and Evanna before later suggesting that might not be necessary many democratic led states are none the less looking to ease rules on absentee voting saying the corona virus may make it a matter of life and death to devote all top Republicans rallying behind trump's insistence that doing so is undemocratic and federal cases on the issue already raging in places like Texas how the nation votes may prove this pedal pedal for two S. pivot told November's outcome as for whom it votes more from reporter legal case there's nobody who does there so right to vote more than a military person who's putting their lives on the land force the first unofficial commemoration of Memorial Day was organized after the civil war by freed slaves to give a proper burial to union soldiers in unmarked graves the men in the group first gained the right to vote in eighteen seventy all women couldn't vote until nineteen twenty the military has relied on absentee ballots traditionally West Virginia secretary of state mac Warner says he has four kids with military experience have all struggled at some point using the mail to vote from overseas I want our military personnel focused on the mission when they leave the wire I don't want them worrying about all that they have a primary election coming up what's the deadline Warner a Republican insists the solution is electronic voting election security experts however are not convinced crystal is the from university of Pittsburgh's instituted cyber law policy and security voted by mail during his multiple deployments I still cannot imagine election officials responsibly embracing this type of online internet voting toll given how known upon abilities are but we're still on a mission and this year people in West Virginia as well as Delaware New Jersey you can vote online if they're serving overseas or if they have a physical disability through a Seattle based vendor called democracy alive every soldier here wherever they are Scott secure fast high speed reliable internet capability dilisio says as long as electronic voting can be hacked we have to look at other fixes when I was in Iraq a postage it took a long time for mail to still function and it doesn't happen every day and remote installations but I think we have the infrastructure in place for the vast majority of folks overseas to still make it work without having to resort to something that's not to care overall only sixty percent of eligible voters did turn out in twenty sixteen to boost that number former First Lady Michelle Obama just launched a bipartisan coalition of mayors called civic cities with thirty one on board so far mayor John Giles of mesa Arizona is one of the Republicans I I think engaging local elected officials like mayors and this causes makes lot of sense because we have a lot of credibility in our community but were not seen as you know as partition and and come in and you know with with some sort of partisan agenda many mayoral elections are nonpartisan in may said Giles hopes to better engage young voters and non voters and the city's growing Latino and Asian communities I think you just have to sometimes put your head down and do the right thing and let the chips fall where they may and if if some people are gonna be offended because you you're working you know with across the aisle in a bipartisan fashion to encourage people to vote wow I mean okay I guess that's okay there were two easily offended and the former vice president Joe Biden picked up delegates from Hawaii's democratic primary this weekend from pacifica network and public news service I'm really bulky hi how do you vote by mail if you don't have an address in Washington state even people who are homeless have a number of options to get their ballots counted Eric Tegethoff has that story Hillary Coleman with Seattle king county coalition on homelessness says it's important to understand there is a difference between a mailing address Anna residential address and that folks can use their mailing address to register to vote most people might have somewhere where they get checks for example if they're on social security or at them where they're at a loved one night and then a piece of mail and so we talk about using that address to register Coleman says a person can register to vote using any address including an intersection near where they're staying or shelter even if they don't get mail there she says some people get their mail through case managers or low barrier options like the compass center day services in downtown Seattle port of Seattle king county coalition on homelessness is education work involves going out to day centres meal programs or organize ten cities places where people who are unsheltered are likely to be during the day Coleman says one important want to know about is the voting rights restoration act passed in two thousand eight it ensures that anyone with a felony you can vote once they're done reporting to the department of corrections a lot of people still don't know about that and let me get someone saying they can't both that's the most common reason why someone might think they can't that Coleman has that they have volunteers who have experienced homelessness helping with voter engagement I think there are some of the greatest messenger is the clock about voting because they will talk about what it felt like the first time that someone voted and how it did feel empowering he was still in that ballot and has to stay in society in past elections Washington state has had in person voting centers but Kobe nineteen could limit their availability support for this reporting was provided by the Carnegie corporation of New York for public news service America take it off far right wing media personality and Coulter went on a weekend Twitter chair calling president Donald Trump them as disloyal actual **** that is ever set foot in the oval office the far right media pundits and former trump defender was triggered by the president's Friday tweet in which she called for Alabama voters to not trust trump's fired Attorney General Jeff sessions and instead put their support behind sessions Republican Senate seat challenger football coach Tommy Tuberville trump tweeted three years ago after Jeff sessions recused himself the fraudulent Muller scam began Alabama do not trust Jeff sessions he let our country down that's why I endorsed coach Tommy Tuberville the true supporter of our mega agenda and trump said Jeff sessions was a disaster as Attorney General should never been attorney general's not qualified he's not mentally qualified to be Attorney General he was the biggest problem and that set off Coulter who called trump a moron **** and language he was even in capable of pretending to be a decent compassionate human being the latter assertion relates to another culture tweet what says that code nineteen gave trump a chance to be a decent compassionate human being or pretending to be but he couldn't even do that Calder says the most disloyal actual **** this ever set foot in the oval office is trying to lose and take the Republican Senate down with them Coulter blames trump for losing the Alabama Republican seat once held by Jeff sessions to jog Jones in two thousand seventeen the first Democrat to win a race for Senate in Alabama in twenty five years Coulter blind is lionized as sessions as the one person in the trump administration who she says did anything about immigration Coulter ended her rant by affirming her support for the issues that trump ran on as the candidate that said that she feels he's abandoned since entering the White House the commentator who published a book in two thousand sixteen and titled in trump we trust added that she regrets 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"It was crucial to be open this weekend I have to go through another holiday and not be open which is I don't know what it would do I I honestly don't know what I don't know what it would do for all the businesses out here you know the restaurant owner says surviving the corona virus has been worse the recovery from any hurricane a federal judge's striking down Florida's felon voting rights law requiring felons to pay outstanding fines and legal fees before being able to register to vote calling the law paid to vote system judge Robert Hinkle says even if they are able to find out how much they owe in connection with their court cases the vast majority still cannot afford to pay supervisor of elections will have three weeks to respond with felons request to give them an accounting of outstanding because otherwise those phones must be allowed to register and despite fewer people traveling this Memorial Day weekend gas prices continue to rise in Florida as more the state reopens the statewide average for a gallon of regular gas was up eleven cents in the last week the one dollar eighty eight cents seventy three cents cheaper than this time last year with fortis news I'm Alex Veiga this is a Bloomberg money minute as more bars taprooms and wineries reopen you may need more than just your ID to get in and have a drink because of social distancing requirements a lot of places have teamed up with the restaurant reservation service OpenTable tiki bar patrons and staff safe work started to work with them first of all there's a lot of responsiveness and they they very much got their pulse on the situation which is exactly what we need at this point that's J. Hunsberger manager of the on guard winery in Sonoma county California and he says limiting crowds by taking reservations for the.

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"Many people out here in this beautiful weather but to our surprise you know we need the best of it Kalani says her family still practice social distancing but that the beach trip itself was a relief after weeks of quarantine to Florida now where a federal judge has stricken down key parts of a state law that require people with felony convictions to pay a fee before they can regain the right to vote Danny Rivera of member station W. L. R. in in Miami reports in a one hundred twenty five page ruling federal judge Robert Hinkle said the Florida law violated multiple sections of the constitution first he said it discriminates against the poor that's because the rich person who commits a crime would be able to vote before a poor person who face the same sentence he also said the state's record keeping is so sloppy that it's made it impossible in some cases for someone to even find out if they owe money at all the ruling is expected to allow hundreds of thousands of Floridians to be able to register to vote some for the first time in their lives the state of Florida is expected to appeal the decision for NPR news I'm Danny Rivero in Miami Kentucky state lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are coming together after an effigy of governor Andy Beshear was hung near the state capitol building over the weekend protesters at a pro second amendment rally are believed to be responsible state Republican leaders are joining in the condemnation of what many call a threat of violence and you're listening to NPR news two Russian now finer arguments wrapped up today in the close trial of a former US marine accused of espionage from Moscow in Paris Charles Maynes reports Russian prosecutors are seeking eighteen years in prison for Paul Wieland a former marine who was arrested by security agents in a Moscow hotel in December twenty eighteen allegedly for handling classified materials on the computer thumb drive a citizen of the US Canada Great Britain and Ireland Wieland insists he was framed while attending a Russian friend's wedding and that he's been mistreated and in poor health during his pre trial detention the US embassy in Russia is called the trial a mockery of justice for being carried out behind closed doors the presiding judge is expected to issue a verdict June fifteenth Charles Maynes NPR news Moscow there is anger in Britain today a prime minister Boris Johnson's government Johnson present Johnson's refusal to fire a top aide accused of violating the national coronavirus lockdown as part condemnation even within Johnson's Conservative Party over the weekend Johnson said Cummings acted responsibly and legally and with integrity when he drove from London to northern England with his son and wife who was ill with covert nineteen sometimes a growing number of conservative lawmakers have joined the opposition criticizing comics an earthquake that struck New Zealand today did not seem to face prime minister Jacinda Ardern the quake struck while she was being interviewed on live television at the parliament building in Wellington she remarked on the shaking but continued with the interview the quake struck as New Zealanders were getting ready to start the work week no damage has been reported on trial Snyder NPR news support for NPR comes from the Wallace foundation fostering improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone ideas at Wallace foundation dot org and listeners like you who donates to this NPR station you're listening to morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition construction of the Mexico border wall is planned to cut through a city in Texas now local residents are banding together in opposition the railways across one of the most dangerous cities in northern Mexico and the radio is one of the safest cities in America and we don't have a border wall so where is the problem more from Laredo that's coming up on morning edition you're listening to KCRW in this is moments of serenity with me.

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Federal Judge in Tallahassee Strikes Down ‘Florida’s Pay-To-Vote System’

"A federal judge in Tallahassee yesterday struck down a Florida law that requires convicted felons to pay any outstanding fines before they can be allowed to vote judge Robert Hinkle call the requirement unconstitutional he said it's a paid a vote system for those felons who are otherwise eligible to vote but I genuinely unable to pay Republican governor Ron DeSantis is expected to

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"Generosity has been enormous so we're not going to we are resilient thanks to her says America we know get together fox news channel in the sunshine state taking more steps to re open fox's Phil Keating with more from Florida yesterday was full of sunshine great beach weather and crowds were far more thick here and on Daytona beach even in the streets no masks and crowds just partying it up in close proximity and more of Florida is opening up the Florida aquarium in Tampa has reopened with restrictions sanitation stations are also set up but still everyone's happy for an entertainment options Broward and Miami Dade County beaches remain closed for this holiday weekend however fort Lauderdale beach will finally reopen for the first time since March this Tuesday Miami beach plans to open up its speeches as well as hotels June first but strict rules will be enforced down there nobody will be allowed on to the stand unless they come arriving with a mask on also happening in the state a federal judge has ruled that the Florida mall requiring felons to pay legal fees as part of their sentences before regaining the right to vote is unconstitutional for those unable to pay or unable to find out how much they owe the ruling was issued today by U. S. District Court judge Robert Hinkle in Tallahassee ankle has acknowledged he's unlikely to have the last word expecting the administration of Republican governor rob Disentis to launch an appeal and the fighting campaign releasing a new ad attacking the trump administration they added flicks between shots of coronavirus patience and frontline workers and president trump on the green at his Virginia golf club this Memorial Day weekend if this is the black slate reading nearly one hundred thousand Americans have died in the death toll is still rising the president is playing golf it's the second add as many weeks targeting trump's handling of the pandemic the last one focusing on economic fall out and saying Donald Trump didn't build a great economy his failure to lead.

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"With more from Florida yesterday was full of sunshine great beach weather and crowds were far more thick here and on Daytona beach even in the streets no masks and crowds just partying it up in close proximity and more of Florida is opening up the Florida aquarium in Tampa has reopened with restrictions sanitation stations are also set up but still everyone's happy for an entertainment options Broward and Miami Dade County beaches remain closed for this holiday weekend however fort Lauderdale beach will finally reopen for the first time since March this Tuesday Miami beach plans to open up its speeches as well as hotels June first but strict rules will be enforced down there nobody will be allowed on to the stand unless they come arriving with a mask on also happening in the state a federal judge has ruled that the Florida law requiring felons to pay legal fees as part of their sentences before regaining the right to vote is unconstitutional for those unable to pay or unable to find out how much they owe the ruling was issued today by U. S. District Court judge Robert Hinkle in Tallahassee ankle has acknowledged he's unlikely to have the last word expecting the administration of Republican governor rob Disentis to launch an appeal and the biting campaign releasing a new ad attacking the trump administration the added flexible tween shots of coronavirus patience and frontline workers and president trump on the green at his Virginia golf club this Memorial Day weekend if this is the black slate reading nearly one hundred thousand Americans have died in the death toll is still rising the president is playing golf it's the second add as many weeks targeting trump's handling of the pandemic the last one focusing on economic fall out and saying Donald Trump didn't build a great economy his failure.

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"Hundred WLW radio shows cloudy skies and scattered rain throughout much of the tri state at sixty eight degrees right now two miles of worship opening up their doors this Sunday after president trump's warning to state leaders to allow churches to open more from A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott in Berlin New Jersey a socially distant service that's called rock Baptist church I know it's hard to think through the mass will be okay to find the governor state orders the congregation joining together in song despite the CDC cautioning that singing might contribute to the spread of the virus not favoring re opening churches yet a bishop in Washington DC saying they probably end up doing more funerals and black communities devastated by the corona virus cannot afford any more suffering eight U. S. states experiencing a surgeon covert cases to try to keep covered nineteen from crossing the border the trump administration is suspending entry for any non US citizen coming from Brazil a nation is more than three hundred fifty thousand confirmed cases second only to the U. S. Brazil now joins China and Europe on the list of banned locations chucks Iverson ABC news ending the week on a promising note in Kentucky governor Beshear will be back in front of reporters again on Tuesday afternoon taking this holiday weekend off from his regular news briefings whether in person or by video but he did issue a statement with the headline no new deaths reported Saturday the number dead from the virus in Kentucky was holding steady at three hundred ninety one that news followed this year's observation today before that he believed the number of cases was declining actually when you look at the amount of testing we're doing and that is really good news number of new cases reported Friday one hundred and forty one number reported Saturday one hundred and forty eight hi Matt Rees news radio seven hundred WLW and a federal judge has ruled that the Florida law that requires felons to pay legal fees as part of their sentence before regaining the ability to vote is unconstitutional for those unable to pay or unable to find out how much they owe a one hundred twenty five page ruling issued by U. S. District Court judge Robert Hinkle into Allah has he today concerns the Florida law to implement a twenty sixteen ballot measure approved by voters to automatically restore the right to vote for felons who completed their sentences the GOP led legislature stipulated that fines and legal fees must be paid as part of the sentence in addition to serving any prison time the judge acknowledging he's unlikely to have the last word though expecting the administration of governor de Santis of Florida to launch an appeal I'm Jacque Crumley our next update at nine thirty breaking news anytime news radio seven hundred WLW this report is.

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