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02:09 min | 9 months ago

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"Why PC Mobile news on the level on the go. Release of the downtown Mall on the robbery Call cloudy and 32 degrees. Scattered snow showers tonight. Clarisse tomorrow morning of two unanswered accumulation. I'm Stan Lear. Here's what's trending in 302. Which TV reports an armed robbery at Circle Center, with shots fired inside them all No one was injured. The shooter is still at large. More information when it's available, much of central Indiana is expected to get more light snow John Herrick reports where the areas most affected by it will be particularly from roughly the tarot to Greensburg area southward. Would you have a winter weather advisory out for southern portions of central Indiana Meteorologist Joe Neil with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis, says the advisory starts at seven Monday night and will last until seven Tuesday morning, which means, he says, you need to watch out for the effects of winter weather like slick roads and possible travel difficulties. John Herrick 93 W Y VC mobile news. Another 30 Hoosiers have been confirmed to have died of covert 19 that could reflect the usual slow reporting after a weekend, But the numbers have been Declining in recent days. Another 2548 people have tested positive in the last three months. Only December, 28th produced a smaller number. Some things will just have to wait. The new state budget will be tight. But House Minority Leader Field ubiquitous says there must be more for struggling small businesses. Please, as we are that vaccines air Are out there, you know, and it Z. Slow rollout, hopefully picking up the pace is picking up. It's still gonna be another six toe shoot, maybe even eight months before were sort of back to normal. Senate President Pro TEM Rod Bray says he's optimistic legislators will be able to include it increase for Governor Holcomb's priority. The school's Hey, we get it. You don't want to be hearing a progressive commercial right now. So let us tell you something You do want to hear No one is funnier than you people laugh. Just thinking about the things you've said people having a one of them right now. Co workers repeat.

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02:05 min | 9 months ago

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"Com. Let me three Wi PC Mobile news on the level on the go, Why fingers are being crossed at the state Capitol showers developing overnight, changing to a wintry mix by morning. Some scattered snow showers Friday. I'm Stanley here. Here's what's trending this hour. No violence is expected. But Chris Davis reports Indiana State police are ready for both of the possible protests planned at the Indiana Statehouse, a source close to the Indianapolis Metro Police Department, which has been in the intelligence gathering business ever since that riot at the U. S. Capitol, says there are possibly to protest being planned. Both would probably be peaceful, say the police. And those are Sunday at noon and Wednesday at noon at the Indiana Statehouse. Chris Davis 93 Wi be seen Mobile news legislative leaders are discussing mask requirements again, not for members this time, but for statehouse visitors, Eric Berman explains. Some people left the state house Wednesday without speaking to a Senate committee as planned because a crowd of other witnesses ignored the Statehouse mask order President Pro TEM Rod Bray says he's looking at better enforcement so people come to testify. Feel safe. They were told that they had to wear masks. And you know if you have AH, staff for an intern there at the door. They're not people. They're gonna be able to enforce that sort of thing. So that's why we're going to try and have Capitol police involved. It's not clear what officers would do if someone refuses to mask up. Bray says he'd rather not be in a position of kicking people out of the building. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile means on the level on the go and on Wi be si dot com. Now Here's the forecast from the American Standard heating Weather Center. Mostly cloudy skies tonight if you scattered rain showers, developing, changing over to a wintry mix overnight with lows near 30 mainly cloudy for Friday, with some scattered snow showers throughout the day highs in the upper thirties. I'm wish TVs from tracking meteorologist Little flexibility can go a long way by refinancing. Your newer used out of love with, 10 said. You can lower your monthly payments for more flexibility in your budget. You can even schedule your first payment for up to 60.

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02:25 min | 10 months ago

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"Group to be vaccinated after covert facing health care workers in long term care facilities. In the state is also put in an order for 120001st doses of the Madonna vaccine that second vaccine could win final approval today after the unanimous recommendation from an FDA panel yesterday. America is listening to proxies. Lucky three w Y PC Mobile news on the level on the go. Why state legislators may want to rework that executive order thing. 37 degrees of Monument Circle. Becoming mostly cloudy. Tonight Mostly cloudy and breezy tomorrow with some scattered light showers. I'm Stan, we're here's what's trending it for all to legislators are planning to debate changes to the law that allows Governor Holcomb issue emergency orders during the pandemic. Eric Berman reports. House Speaker Todd Houston and Senate President Pro TEM Rod Bray both make a point of saying they're not criticizing Holcomb's handling of the pandemic. Bray says the emergency powers law didn't envision a long term emergency. I don't know that you want the Legislature involved in something that's an emergency the last a couple of days he comes up Very quickly, but the idea that we need to be involved in the issue that lasts as long as this has is certainly I think legitimate welcome, says he looks forward to discussing the law. But he warns the governor's office has to be able to take immediate action without waiting on legislators. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile near Carmel. Police are looking for two men who robbed a woman in her driveway Thursday morning, Rob Con it reports the woman was still inside her house on Green Street, getting ready to leave for work. She used her key fob to start her car and warm it up. And when she left the house, she saw two men going through her car. They stole some cash. Then pistol whipped her before getting away in a white car. They're described as black men in their late twenties or early thirties. One wearing all black and a ski mask while the other was wearing an orange cocoa and orange winter hat and a face mask, Rob content 93 WBC mobile news He want Hoosier Lottery Second Chance promotion. So now Stephen Average from Seymour has a chance to win a million dollars if I won the $1 million Probably scream and shout and be really excited. He things out of the one on New Year's Eat. What could help you take advantage of today's low mortgage rates and save money Rocket can you could save hundreds.

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02:02 min | 11 months ago

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"W y PC Mobile news on the level on the go Now the market reacts to the vaccine news. 50 degrees of Monument Circle. Mostly clear, breezy and cold Tonight. It'll be sunny and cooler tomorrow. I'm Stan Lear. Here's what's trending at 6 30. A stock market seen the impact of Moderna announcing its experimental vaccine was 94.5% effective in the late stage clinical trial boxes. John Roberts reports. President Trump likes it to President Trump. Tell me a little bit of I told you so after Madonna's announcement. On the success of its candidate vaccine, the president tweeted cut. Another vaccine just announced this time by Madonna 95% effective for those great quote historians, please remember that these great discoveries which will end the China played all took place on my watch. Indiana's U. S. Senator Todd Young is headed back to Washington after days and self quarantine And two negative Corona virus test. Young had been working from home after meeting with a staff member who later tested positive. State legislators finished the 2020 session just as the Corona virus pandemic was taking off. They'll open the 2021 session tomorrow. With the virus spreading to new heights. Eric Berman reports the housing senator requiring staffers and media to wear masks and strongly encouraging it for legislators. Some members have been vocal mask opponents, Senate President Pro TEM Rod Bray says. Members need to understand they've got critical bills to pass, including a state budget If we get in a situation where either caucus members or maybe more importantly, our staff is getting sick or because of contract tracing, not able to come to work, we're not gonna be nearly as productive as we need to be getting worked up. Minority leader Greg Taylor predicts there'll be an outbreak of forces a recess at some point, Eric Berman 93 w IBC Global Me your one minute of life from traffic and weather. It's 6 30 this hour on 93 wi me. See his power by fast track, plumbing, heating and air conditioning thrown our lives. We trust.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"Holding classes online. But a letter from Senate President Pro TEM Rod Bray advises schools. If they don't what least half their classes in person. They're classified as virtual schools under state law. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mole You like other Democrats State representative Carrie Hamilton love Indianapolis says a safe learning experience should not be discouraged PARENTS. How do you feel about your kid's going back to school during the pandemic? Don't want to come. That's putting our lives at risk. Kids love to share their food. I want your chips. I want your crackers and you can take my bro. We don't want any food sharing right now. The Corolla virus relief talks air getting nowhere. Utah Senator Mitt Romney says the Democrats are not willing to To any short term fixes. We've proposed a patch in the PPP program as well as an unemployment insurance, and the Democrats say no, they're not going to do anything until the total deal is reached. Romney told reporters. He believes the deal will be reached eventually, but he's not sure how far it will go. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats will compromise if Republicans will. The stock report now is brought to you by Anderson University where your online MBA will last a lifetime. The Dow turned positive in late trading to finish 47 points higher. A 27,430 for the S and P 500 added two points. And after yesterday's record high finish, the NASDAQ lost 97 points today. You are one minute away from traffic and weather. It's 4 30 It's Jamie. Progressive Number one number two employees leave a message at the cage. Aimee, It's me, Jamie, This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acapella group matte harmony, but you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool. It.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Legalization of sports gambling stats on natural role get people excited about the game rob taunted ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile new legislation is being considered in Virginia and is proposed in Indiana as well to restrict the size of ammunition magazines if that becomes law and his deputies encounter the holder of a gun fitting the description Jennings county sheriff Kenny Freeman tells W. I. B. C.'s gun guy would say he would be given his magazine bags the going rate thanks for you know being really a private citizen the Kerry ignoring the law yes but enforcing the constitutional right to bear arms of those who elected him seizure Freeman a bill breaking the link between teacher evaluations and I learned stores still faces an uncertain future in the Senate even after sailing through the house Eric Berman explains house voted unanimously to stop linking teachers paychecks to their students test scores with governor Holcomb and Senate president pro tem rod Bray have been noncommittal on speaker Brian Bosma says he has discussed with Senate leaders yeah there's some push back on it from the school reform community and and that's okay if we're having a discussion and it's my hope that it is successful we don't know teachers have argued for years there are too many factors in those scores which have little to do with how good a teacher as media chambers leading opponents who contend cutting it out of the equation would reduce accountability Eric Berman ninety three W. I. B. split say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and see if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare.

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02:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Mobile news on the level on the go. The teachers might still get a raise increasing clouds overnight showers and isolated storms Thursday. I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending this hour the effort to prod schools to pay their teachers more is down to the final details. Eric Berman reports house and Senate to encourage schools to Iraq eighty five percent of their budgets for the classroom. But the house objects to Senate provision requiring an action plan to get to that percentage. Senate. President rod Bray says it's still leaves local school boards in charge. It gives three years for them to get there before they have to start giving a report so that gives some flexibility and a little bit of leeway for them to kind of build into that. If they're not already there ranger Representative Dale devan says three years is too long to wait. Erik Burman Ninety-three WIBC. Vice President Mike Pence will speak at the NRA convention the last weekend of this month in India at the same leadership forum where President Trump speaks Friday, the twenty six and the NRA has request more hotel space in downtown Indianapolis. Chris Davis reports convention is book motels from Bloomington to Lafi ED's. Visit india. Vice president Chris gall say the situation makes their case for more hotel rooms in Indy while we have them here for nineteen and again for twenty twenty three they've already expressed interest in booking Indianapolis, ended up future too. Big brand new hotels already planned is overkill says Dave Sibley who represents white lodging services who owns the j w Marriott. Chris Davis, Ninety-three WABC mobile news. I'm staying Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com. Now, here's the forecast from the American standard cooling weather center. Rain on the way, but were mainly drawn tonight. With temperatures falling to the low sixties, mostly cloudy and breezy tomorrow. Showers and thunderstorms with temperatures in the upper sixties of some track eight chief meteorologist Ashley Brown five our team with caffeine from green tea leads. It's delicious energizing incomes and in three amazing flavors with zero sugar and four calories. It it's your life with its compact size import ability. It goes for Ugo. To the campsite the hiking trail that beach without weighing down five our team caffeine from green tea leaves release your natural site from the neighbors of five hour energy. For more information, visit five hour, energy dot com. No an ad from dad save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive take another way to save money. Don't buy the most expensive coffees. And.

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02:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Korea has test fired a new tactical guided weapon leader Kim Jong own calls. It an event a very weighty significance. Once again, North Korea has test fired a new tactical guided weapon and leader Kim Jong UN calls it an event a very weighty significance. This is Fox News. Like, he w IPC mobile news all the level on the go. Your legislators still trying to get a raise for teachers. I stand Lear. Here's what's trending at six oh to the effort to prod schools to pay their teachers more as down to the final details. Eric Berman reports house and Senate voted to encourage schools to Iraq eighty five percent of their budgets for the classroom that the house objects to a Senate provision requiring an action plan to get to that percentage of schools. Don't reach it in three years. Senate president pretend rod Bray says it still leaves local school boards in charge. She gives three years for them to get there before they have to start giving a report so that gives some flexibility and a little bit of leeway for them to kind of build into that. If they're not already there a lot of school districts are already there. Meaning they're doing the best. They can do to make sure that money is to teachers Grainger Representative Dale von says three years is too long. Wait, Erik Burman Ninety-three WIBC mobile sixteen students with mumps now on the campus in Bloomington all nine new editions from the same fraternity where some of the earlier confirmations occurred that fraternity has not been. Named they Monroe county health department is helping to notify other students who may have been exposed and to plan for treatment. Not just the president. But now vice President Mike Pence will speak at the National Rifle Association convention at Indy. The last weekend of the month. The former governor will speak in a leadership forum on Friday, the twenty six and the NRA has request the organization watch more hotel space in downtown Indianapolis. Chris Davis reports the convention has we'll tells from Bloomington. The Lafayette booked starting in one week visit Indian vice president Chris gall say the situation makes their case for more hotel rooms in Indy. Part of that requires some tax dollars, the NRA and other conventions are watching what the city and state. Do he says while we have them here for nineteen and again for twenty twenty three they've already expressed interest in booking Indianapolis into the future with the caveat that we continue to grow in the city having to big brand new hotels already planned is overkill says Dave Sibley who represents white lodging services. Who owns the J W Marriott? Chris davis. Ninety-three WABC mobile news. Your one minute away from traffic.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"You have to slow down. We have to begin with. What's most important? I'm here to find out. What happened to report it without fear or favor context and perspective to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that when we deliver it to you is fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on Fox News channel. Real news. Real honest opinion. Beyond tweet w why PC mobile news on the level on the go. Officer involved in a crash Miguel. Here's what's trending this hour and happened on the city's west side Saturday morning around four thirty says Indianapolis metropolitan police police officer was heading to an emergency near north Tibbs avenue while driving the officer had to move to avoid hitting another car which caused them to strike all utility pole. The officer did have their lights on say police the officer was taken to the hospital with minor injuries and is expected to be okay. Senate president pro tem rod Bray says he's not necessarily opposed to a feed a move Gary's casino downtown. There is some maybe some value that's being added there. So maybe it justifies a fee, whether it's one hundred million dollars, which is a big one. I don't know. We'll take a look at it House Ways and means chairman Todd Houston's committee. Here's the Bill next sometime in the next week and a half if you're still waiting for your tax refund. Don't follow the lead of this woman from Goshen. Ashley Fowler reports. Claudia Pedroza needed her money. Tired of waiting. She went to the house of the man who filed her tax. Return and asked where her check was police say that when he told her it hadn't arrived, yet Pedroso grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed him in the shoulder. He was arrested Monday charged with battery the Elkhart truth says Pedroza admitted to the stabbing and told officers she needed the money to pay her bills. Ashley fowler. Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. Your average.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"How do you get schools to raise teacher pay without forcing them to do it? I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending this hour. Well, a plan to do that is getting a closer look in the Senate. I'm Eric Berman house. Republicans Bill would encourage schools to cap non-classroom spending. At fifteen percent Senate, president pro rod Bray, grease the state shouldn't order school boards to do anything. He's not endorsing the fifteen percent. Limit outright calls. It. A good start. It helps put an emphasis on the fact that least the legislature the state. Thanks, a lot of that pay needs to be go into our teachers was long as we're all thinking about it talking about it. That's a good way to help make it happen. Senate minority leader, Tim Landon isn't dismissing the Bill but says if budgeters don't give schools enough money to begin with. It's not fair to blame school districts were tightening belts. Eric berman. Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. A man tried to rob the easy pond store in the shopping plaza on Indies eastside Wednesday afternoon. I m PD Sargent Jim Gillespie says the robber was shot. And eventually died was the the only injury that were. Whereas is still very active ongoing. While witnesses that stayed on scene in the shooter seat on scene as well. What would you cooperated with police are trying to figure out who shot that man and arrested on theft and misconduct charges? That's the case for martinsville. Police chief Matt long the investigation into long began in January and investigators took what they found the prosecutors long turned himself in Wednesday. He's bonded out of the Morgan county jail. I'm John Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC.

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

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"Though slightly higher. This is Fox News. WIP mobile news all the level of the. Get schools to raise teacher pay without forcing them to do it. Radars. Clear mostly cloudy and forty seven on monument circle. I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending at four zero to a plan to do that. We'll get a close look in the Senate. I'm Eric Berman has Republicans Bill would encourage schools to cap non-classroom spending. At fifteen percent Senate, president pro rod Bray, grease the state shouldn't order school boards to do anything. He's not endorsing the fifteen percent. Limit out. Right but calls it a good start. It helps put an emphasis on the fact that at least the legislature the state. Thanks a lot about pay needs to go into our teachers lasagna's. We're all thinking about it talking about it. That's a good way to help make it happen. Senate minority leader, Tim Landon isn't dismissing the Bill but says if budgeters don't give schools enough money to begin with. It's not fair to blame school districts were tightening belts. Eric berman. Ninety-three WABC. Indiana, lawmakers also wanna make upgrades to school safety Republican Representative Greg Stewart while says he proposed a Bill to fix delayed emergency response. Times every expert? I've talked to concerning school safety tells me that speed is the most important factor. His Bill would fund a warning system operated on a mobile app. It would alert any on an off duty police officers near a school. If there's a threat former NFL defensive back pacman Jones was arrested just after three this morning at the rising star casino in the southeast part of Indiana for being combative, and disorderly the Indiana gaming commission said Jones acted that way. When they confronted him about cheating at a table game Jones is being held without bail until he appears before an Ohio county judge tomorrow to thirty two gallon. That's the average price for gas across Indianapolis today. According to gas, buddy dot com, and to filmmakers from central Indiana will show their film at the canned film festival in France. It's a short film called ProVia and it focuses on the mental illness that firefighters go through Dakota Taylor and Caleb. Wallace. Made the film Taylor says it showcases that firefighters don't just fight. Fires people. Realizes how little they do that. And how much they do other stuff like car accidents someone like at a lake which is something close to me. They both will go to the festival in may. And they plan to make that short film into a full feature..

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"WIP mobile news on the level on the go. The hate crimes issue is about the surface at the state house, mostly cloudy and colder overnight, mostly sunny and slightly warmer Saturday, I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending this hour after weeks of behind the scenes discussions. A hate crimes. Bill gets its first public hearing Monday. Eric Berman has that story. Senate Republicans have been talking about the Bill and closed door caucuses and house speaker Brian Bosma says he governor Holcomb and Senate president pro tem rod Bray have discussed it weekly Bray says there will probably be further amendments in the Senate, but he says the chamber won't worry that what the house can support. We're gonna work our product and try and come up with something that we think works in the house, of course, when they take it. They can consider it. And they'll decide if it's something they can support or if they obviously have the right to amend the Bill doesn't create a new crime, but would let judges impose longer sentences if they find biased toward a particular group was the motive for a cry. Eric Bergman Ninety-three WIBC mobile news, the background checks act was approved by US house committee. This week. Chris Davis reports the act would stop many, private and gun show sales without background checks democrat congressman Andre Carson. Police officer I understand the importance of the second amendment in a message on Twitter also understand a serious threat gun violence pulses to our curious. He also says Democrats plan to reintroduce a ban on what he calls assault weapons. Chris Davis, Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. And I'm STAN Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

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"WIP IPC mobile news all the level on the go. Where the new house majority. Democrats want to take the gun control debate, mostly cloudy, and colder overnight, mostly sunny and slightly warmer Saturday, I'm STAN Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. A ban on assault. Weapons is one of the goals of some Democrats in the US house says Representative Andre Carson Chris Davis reports Carson sat in a message on Twitter after talking about the anniversary of the park land shooting. He believes congress is taking steps to help stop gun violence house. Pass the BI partisan background checks in the house. Democrats will reintroduce yourself weapons the background checks act. Requires a background check on all gun sales. Even those gun shows in-between to private individuals. It leaves out people who are gifting guns to family members and transfers for hunting target shooting in self defense. Chris Davis, Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. A state Senate committee gives an Indiana hate crimes Bill. It's first hearing of the session Monday. There could be changes. But Senate president pro jam. Rod Bray expects a list of protected groups to be retained I expect there'll be some amendment to that Bill, but I don't really expect that the that list is going to come out at the committee level. I think it's going to stay in their three hours have been set aside for testimony at that hearing Bray says a final Senate vote could come Thursday. I'm STAN Lear on the level on the go on Twitter. At ninety three WIBC and WIBC.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"IPC mobile news all the level on the go. Oh. Where are the new house majority? Democrats want to take the gun control debate, mostly cloudy, and colder overnight, mostly sunny and slightly warmer Saturday, I'm STAN Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. A ban on assault. Weapons is one of the goals of some Democrats in the US house says Representative Andre Carson Chris Davis reports Carson said in a message on Twitter after talking about the anniversary of the park land shooting. He believes congress is taking steps to help stop gun violence house year. Pass the BI partisan background checks in the house. Democrats will reintroduce yourself weapons ban the background checks act requires a background check on all gun sales. Even those at gun shows in-between to private individuals. It leaves out people who are gifting guns to family members and transfers for hunting target shooting in self defense. Chris Davis, Ninety-three WABC mobile news. A state Senate committee gives an Indiana hate crimes Bill. It's first hearing of the session Monday. There could be changes. But Senate president pro jam. Rod Bray expects a list of protected groups to be retained I expect there'll be some amendment to that Bill, but I don't really expect that that that list is going to come out at the committee level. I think it's going to stay in their three hours have been set aside for testimony at that hearing Bray says a final Senate vote could come Thursday. I'm staying Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and w. ABC dot com..

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02:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Politics dot org. Senator Tom rod Bray has said that hate crimes legislation will get heard next week. That is where we are now in it. It wasn't going to stay on the shelf forever. We set it here. They were gonna put it away for a while. I thought they would actually give it a little more time. But maybe they've got reasons they've got to bring it out now, timing and everything else. If they want to move something to the Senate, if they're going to let it pass the house, but it is there and the conversation starts I'll be curious to see who gets to speak about the legislation. I'll be curious to see who is allowed to or invited me loud. The right word invited to come speak in in favor of it or against it. I'll be curious to see where that final legislation is is this just about crimes or is this going to be involved in pronouns either way. I still stand opposed to very concept were covered by the constitution. There are no subset groups that require special protections. Just not the way it has to be. The idea that we do this doesn't make us good or kind of decent. Not in the slightest. I believe it shows us as weak. I believe it is unnecessary. I think it's ugly. And the people pushing for the stuff they seem to be interested in the fact, the after the fact, what do you do about somebody who's already committed the atrocity against the group that they didn't like I speak this about synagogues all across Indianapolis. How can you possibly be in favor of hate crimes legislation and not be in favor of arming yourself innocent in a church. I'm sorry. Those two things can't jive. You can't be in favor of what the lawyers are going to do and not be in favor of protecting your own life. Either way a crime committed against Jews is not more of a crime than a crime committed against any other group of crime committed against people who are black or are gay or are tall or fat. Or whatever the group is. It's not more of a crime one man's opinion. I have not been invited to give my thoughts. If I was. I would go tiny cats. Great.

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08:37 min | 2 years ago

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"So I sat down this week and had a conversation with rod Bray rod is the president pro tem of the Indiana Senator where she's the head of the organization and talk about things like bias crimes and teacher pay alcohol, tobacco and all that other fun stuff. So here's part of that conversation. I was gonna talk to you. Thank you for making a few minutes available. Happy to do it. Thanks for having me. So you've been theoretical the job for a while. But it's been about five six weeks. So far, you're ready to skip this and go back to be a nice little country lawyer in Morgan county and have your nice office on the square. Well, you know that does sound good from your the pace is a little bit slower so hard things been gone overall. Generally speaking, I think it's going pretty well, we got off to a pretty quick start started moving a lot of bills through. So we're making some progress on some of those we still have some big ones yet to finish on this first half of the session and working. Gonna work in on those now, but. Thus far it's gone fairly smoothly on the big issues. A session, of course, has been the issue of teacher pay and how do we appropriate compensate, Indiana, teachers across the state? On the house side. They've been new proposal would give them a direct eighty five percent of education dollars to the classroom. The governor has unveiled his proposals which is used pension money to help sharp teacher pay. What is there on the on the Senate side of you folks, waiting for the other for the house to bring their plan over? Well, we're going to discuss that eighty five percent plan. And and you know, the benefit of that really. It's not a shell. As I understand it. It's really just a matter of telling the schools that this is kind of a focus into and then just providing some transparency to explain where those dollars are going here on the Senate side, you know, the way that we have over the last couple of years gotten money into teachers hands was through grant process. And really that's still the best way that I've heard so far to actually get money into the hands of teachers. No, it's not it's not exactly perfect. But there's two major hurdles that we have to contend continue to consider when we talk about trying to direct money straight to the teachers, then they're both big. Guam's frankly, in my opinion, first off is that. Every school district has an elected school board and the superintendent runs those districts, and I don't think they necessarily want us in the locals don't really want us invading the province with the authority of those school boards and telling them exactly how they have to spend their money. We spent time over the last year or so kind of freeing up and giving them a little bit more leeway to them. And so we need to be cognizant of that. The second thing is if we decide where the teachers are paid in school districts across the state, we are essentially essentially getting rid of the local collective bargaining when I don't know that this school system or the teachers want. So there are some ways we can do it. But we want to be careful of those two pieces. And I think they're really perhaps even the most healthy piece of this conversation. Is that people understand that? Now that our teachers are underpaid we need to continue to make sure that they're compensated. So we're drawn the bright talent out of the colleges into this profession, and that the teachers continue to stay after four or five six years because at that point when their pay hasn't gone up they go on off into other industries. And so it's just having that conversation. Knowing people understand that. In fact, the school districts are the ones that kind of delineate were those dollars go into the state just really is control over sending the actual money to the school district. Is there any way center break to guarantee that these dollars go to the classroom absent a mandate, for example, in the house version now, they sort of suggest that no eighty five percent of the classroom, and even the governor's plan doesn't necessarily man. Date. Teach really you talk about a grant program. But I know also you have teenage kids and sometimes the only way to get the kids to do stuff is to mom and dad got to really put the hammer down. Well, right. And that's my point. I mean there really is. It's very difficult to to say, this is how you will spend that money, and I would I would begin to even question the wisdom of that. And a lot of circumstances. So we we want to be careful with that. And. Now, I will say this. The governor has putting together a commission that he talked about in the state of the state address that for the maybe the two thousand twenty legislative session, and perhaps budget will come up with some ideas for for maybe another way to do that. But right now, it's it's very difficult to do. So I send a robbery the head of the Indiana Senate with us today talking about where things are from the Senate perspective on the other issues that has also call attention to the issue of hate slash bias crimes are numerous repulses out there. Bob, some have been enumerated lists, protected classes, just sort of very general broad sense. The word of, you know, even the attorney general oftentimes, my dad said if you threaten or intimidate or terrorized someone regardless of their status that could be considered a hate crime. You got things sort of sitting rules committee trying to get a feel for your caucus are. Whereas where where would you say are your members on this issue? Well, we've spent a lot of time over the last couple of weeks talking about that. And as you indicated the those bills are in the rules committee. I expect to try and move something here in the next week or two because as you know, we're coming up on the end of the first half a session. So we're going to try and move something that's going to have to come up before before too very much longer. And so, you know, the members were there's a mix of opinions and a forty member caucus, of course, there's going to be and some people are more comfortable with say Senator Bajagic and all things Bill, which has a fairly specific delineated list. Others are more comfortable with more general parameters because they don't feel philosophically like creating those lists as maybe the best policy piece. So we're talking through those things now trying to find out. What would best piece of policy? We can come with come up with something notice about this issue in particular that it seems to be almost sort of the divisions because they have almost sometimes almost sorta come by region. Sort of where you're from almost kind of depends on what your disposition is that if you are maybe in a more diverse environment. Maybe that enumerated lists is probably more palatable bizzare. Maybe if you're been a more homogeneous demographic zone that that listen necessarily on necessarily what you think might be the best way to accomplish this. Yeah. You know, I haven't really counted the senators based on those geographic areas, although there is a bit of I recognize that there some political philosophical differences between some rural and urban districts, for instance. So I have really looked at it in that respect. But that may be true roddenbury with us up. Another big issue. Big issue sort of Bob sort of part of this week one. The issue of gaming another one on the house side dish of alcohol gaming looks like lobster center. Messmer? So it is sort of an omnibus Bill. Kind of hold things together the transfer casino licence Bob sports betting anywhere concerned that this might be sort of for lack of better term as a game and expansion, but we we look at moving licenses creating sports betting, etc. Will you really can't look at the gambling piece outside of the sports betting? You can't look at that. As an expansion of gambling, all the really the conversation is about can you can you can you move a license from where it exists today? The proposition is that there's two gaming license up in Lake County. One would move from the lakeshore there Gary to eighty ninety four and the other one would potentially move again from lake shore down to the haute because that community is as interested in having that having some gaming down there. And so we're not adding any licenses were just moving those around. And so then the idea I think is that you move it off lakeshore because the lake shore of Lake Michigan there, and Gary maybe that's not the highest and best use. For it. So there's about validity and trying to trying to look at that. And find maybe some better location for those better use for the area where casinos exists today. So I don't really look at that as an extension of gaming, but having said that when you start to move those licenses around it does create a lot of interest, both from this is generally of importantly, but also from the people that are in that industry with the sports wagering piece that that's a that's a new piece, and, but obviously it was came about as a result of a US supreme court case that allowed that people are doing online gaming now already, and this would be a way to kind of put some parameters and some regulation around it. So that it's better controlled not running out of control, and we'll have more of my conversation with rod Braehead of the Indiana Senate just a bit. You're listening to the weekend edition of a Bill in March here on ninety three WIBC Brown's birds. Most unique jewelry.

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"rod bray" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"rod bray" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welcome. Now. Here's my colleague Eric Berman of Ninety-three WABC asking a state Senator rod Bray the presence in it about what's the deal with hate crimes legislation. Putting it in rules does not necessarily dead. What do you hope to do? What's what's the games on the first thing, we're going to do is just accumulate those bills. I think we even may have another Bill or two coming in. So we can see what we have. And then as I indicated earlier, we're going to discuss him as a caucus and see what ideas have the ability to move and then. We'll go from there. And that might mean sitting in them off to another committee to be better, but not necessarily Mike your little direct. It's a possibility. Yeah. But I guess my intention at this point is to probably send it to a different committee to be vetted and voted on it. What's the advantage of holding it in rules? Why not send it directly to hate pulled off an unscheduled hearing. Oh, I could do that. I suppose I just wanted to keep it keep it in one spot where we could discuss all the ideas. It just seemed like a clean way to start it. The more. Well, you know, there that Bill has a decent bit of support. I think from for maybe some members of the house, I can't speak to this accord outta there. But that idea also has some support here. What we come down to on. That issue is what's the best way forward? Do you have a list? Some people have a challenge with that list because necessarily who's on the list, but who ends up not being on the list and. There's a there's some people in our caucus. I think that had the idea that a more inclusive list that includes lots of characteristics, lots of associations and things like that is more inclusive in a more effective way to do this legislation. That's kind of one of the debates that we're having had had. There should be a little bit. Yes. No. We don't have a resolution. We'll talk about it a few more times. But we already been working on it as soon. Yeah. I probably can't say just yet. I would hope in the next couple of weeks. We'll we'll be able to move on. Ability of. Well, I know they're very interested in it. And you know, there is a possibility of. A Bill that Senator Mitch is is looking at and that's part of the discussion as to whether that goes in there or not or maybe maybe not in Nashville. But in that kind of an idea, I don't know. I don't believe there's a concrete Bill that has that the soccer stadium in it yet. Do you think arrogant openness, establishing a new? In some way. The idea is interesting. I mean, it'd be a nice thing for the city in the downtown area to bring additional attraction to downtown. Obviously, there's some cost and some mechanics that have to be sort of through that. So that's that's some of the things that. Certainly going to be looking at the session. NFL one thirty five times just pulled it from committee. Why why was that you're going to have to tell me what one thirty five dollars? Houses of worship environmentally. I was soon that is Senator Senlis Bill, and I haven't talked to him about that. So I don't know. Bevin deal on for a second. There was the stadium debate a few years back. I think you already the Senate that with a lot of opposition didn't go has anything changed or people. Moore's. I think some people are receptive to it. But I think that I don't know the details of the proposal at this point. But that may have changed. Depending on how that changes that might make it more attractive to the legislature. Do you know what the bell might look like yet? Probably can't talk about it very well yet, I know just very general terms about about about that. But not a lot of detail. The house before with their teacher. Pay bills is the Senate caucus on board with that. Or are you gonna have your? Opposes we're going to talk about we're going to talk about our own proposals. You know, that's a tricky piece simply because obviously we distribute funds to the school districts. Fifty one percent of our budget every every two years, and but the school elected school boards are the ones that had decide how that money is divvied out among those school districts, and in fact know, we passed a Bill last year that kind of puts the money into two silos and makes really gives a lot more flexibility to the schools about how to spend that money. This this probably adds a little the houses idea kind of take some of that flexibility away real advantage or the benefit to that Bill. And I don't know that that idea probably will be tweaked quite a bit before anything is past if I had to guess, but the one advantage to that is it makes people including this local local school districts, and I think the school board's think about what that breakdown is between the money going into the classroom. To the teachers specifically and the money going to administrative costs and other necessary expenses that they have. And so that begins at probably a pretty productive conversation about how their money is spent in those school districts because we I think everybody to the person around here knows that. It's important that we. Pay our teachers, we deserve some of the most valued employees. We have in the state. We wanna make sure we attract new talented people into that profession, and we keep certainly the best of them in that profession so paying schoolteachers is really important to us the head of the Indiana Senate rod break, I'll talking.

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