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01:51 min | 2 months ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTOP

"Side running into the other, and we've seen some all out of brawls. BC fire transported multiple victims of those incidents, including four critical stabbing victims on the weather. Watching the nation's Heartland Snow is going to fall at a decent clip overnight into Sunday. Even Oklahoma City should pick up around 2 to 3 inches of snow. CBS News forecasted Jeff Bar or Delhi that Snow Storm is going to be moving east hitting the mid Atlantic and the Northeast and mid week this is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O p app It's 203 Sunday December 13 2020 56 degrees going up to 61. Good morning. I'm Stephanie Gaines Bryant. The top local stories we're following this hour. The covert vaccine from Visor and buy on Tech may have been given an emergency green light, but a lot one needs to be known before. It's officially approved by the Food and Drug Administration. With vaccines ethic. We you really tend to one know a lot more about them and drugs. Sarah Carlin Smith, who writes for pink Sheet says. That's why the FDA wanted a lot more data for emergency use authorization for covert vaccines compared to drugs to treat it when it comes to emergency authorization compared to FDA approval. The really big difference here is that we have about a median of two months of safety follow FDA usually want six months of that. It would also like to know. Does it prevent people from being infected to begin with asymptomatic disease? So and if that happens, it's more likely it will prevent transmission, which is why I will continue. To study.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:01 min | 3 months ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTOP

"Coming up A third Cove in 19 vaccine is found to be up to 90% effective. What's next for the promising Cove in 19 Vaccines? I'm Mike Murillo. President elect Joe Biden begins picking his cabinet. Wall Street is mixed with the Dow Up 162 points. NASDAQ is down for the S and P up, 10. W T O be a 10 31 3rd Cove in 19 vaccine is showing some very promising results to full doses of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine were 62% effective against covert 19. But use the regime in where we gave a half dose first and then gave a full dose is the second dose. A month later, we had much higher protection about 90% protection. Lead researcher Andrew Pollard says that unlike the Fizer vaccine this can be stored in Ordinary refrigerators, making it much easier to distribute to. ThinkI Barker. CBS NEWS London George Washington University's associate professor of medicine and health policy, Dr William Borden says. These promising results from three different vaccines may convince people who are hesitant to actually get them there. Two factors There's how safe is the vaccine and then how effective it is it. And so this initial work seems to show that it's it's very effective in preventing cove in 19, and in addition for people got the vaccine and ended up getting over 19. They didn't get hospitalized or seriously l, which is another key feature, and that none of the three vaccines had major safety problems with them. So it's incredibly encouraging. I think, you know, we will see there will be panels of experts, scientists who will review these before they get approved. And I feel very confident with those groups and if their evaluation is that these are safe and effective then and I certainly will be getting one and I hope that everyone will is well. Now, before any of the three vaccines can be distributed to the public. There is a process that must play out First, The Food and Drug Administration must give emergency use authorization. Fizer has applied for that for the vaccine developed by on Tech and Sarah Carlin Smith with the pink sheet says Madonna could be next in with an application. Old vaccines, believed to be 95%, effective against Cove in the FDA was thinking they'd be willing to approve a vaccine even if they just prevented 50% of disease, So this is obviously a much higher farther. These vaccines have cleared. The FDA will discuss visors application on December the 10th. Meantime, CDC is gonna work with states to try and come up with frameworks of who should get the quantities of vaccine First. That's expected to be those who are high risk, including health care workers. Mike Morello w T. O P News President elect Biden expected to announce several key diplomatic appointments tomorrow. Multiple sources tell CBS News President elect Biden's choice for secretary of State is a longtime aide. He knows well Tony Blinken, who also served in high foreign policy posts in the Obama administration. His nomination is expected to be among several Cabinet posts to be announced tomorrow by Mr Biden even as he continues with a transition effort that is being blocked by the Trump administration, another reported Biden foreign Policy appointment is expected to be U. N Ambassador another veteran diplomat from the Obama administration. Linda Thomas Greenfield, Tom Foti, CBS News Washington and there are reports that Jake Sullivan is expected to be named National Security advisor. He succeeded blinking in that same job when Joe Biden was vice president. Straight ahead. A critical state that Joe Biden flipped in the election plans to certify its results today on Capitol Hill. I. Mitchell Miller, 10 34. Thanks for calling 1 800 got jumped. This is Sarah. How can I help? Hi, Sarah. It's me, Brian. Why are you calling on this line? I forgot the other number. But I could always remember this one. What's up? Do you know what I like? Best about 2020? What You like best about 2020? Yeah. Can you guess Brian, you can draw a happy face on anything. 2020.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTOP

"51 of Penn Quarter in same thing in Colombia's 51 degrees outside of our studios, the winds are really kicking. It's 47 8 11 right now in a Virginia man is charged with sexually assaulting a hospice patient that he was caring for. Detectives in Fairfax County, Virginia, saying 80 year old hospice patient recently told a family member that he awoke to his caregiver performing a sex act on him. 57 year old news Hamoud Inga ready of Arlington, Virginia, who police say worked for care with Love, a specialized home care services company was charged with one count of forcible sodomy. He is being held without bond at the Fairfax County Adult detention Center. Police said victim specialists were assigned to assure that the victim is receiving appropriate resources and assistance. Valerie Bonked w T OBY News. A man was attacked with an ax this morning and Fairfax County Now this happened shortly before one in the morning, a national drive in Chantilly. The man was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries. He is, however, expected to survive. Also in Fairfax County. Three people were stabbed at about 12 30 this morning in an apartment on Southgate Drive in Alexandria. The injuries in that case are described as non life threatening, and a man died this morning in a crash in Montgomery County. That happened about one o'clock this morning near nor back road at Whitehaven Road in the Lake Hill area. Police say 23 year olds to funnel Jorge Fernandez of McDowell Street and Rocco was killed when his car ran off the road and into some trees. Crash still under investigation today, AstraZeneca announced late stage trials of its vaccine developed with Oxford University are as much as 90% effective. Fizer and Model Journal last week reported preliminary results from their late stage trials and it showed their covert vaccines were almost 95% effective. Before get getting the green light. There is a process that has to play out First. The Food and Drug Administration must give emergency use authorization. Fizer has applied for that for the vaccine developed by on Tech and Sarah Carlin. Smith with the pink sheet says Madonna could be next in with an application. Old vaccines, believed to be 95%, effective against Cove in the FDA was thinking they'd be willing to approve a vaccine even if they just prevented 50% of disease. So this is obviously a much higher bar that these vaccines have cleared. Discuss visors application on December the 10th. Meantime, CDC is gonna work with states to try and come up with frameworks of who should get the quantities of vaccine First. That's expected to be those who are high risk, including health care workers. Mike Morello w T. O P News the way one local leader sees it. Getting elected to public office means signing.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:56 min | 3 months ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTOP

"Stick around through Wednesday night. At this point, it looks like it could be out of here. By Thursday, mid morning, fingers crossed. Let's go ahead and get a check of those current temperatures. So mild 57 right now in D C. 53 in Gaithersburg and 58 Waldorf tomorrow Thank you very much. 10 51 2. More vaccines for covert 19 could soon be approved for emergency use in the U. S. But before that, green light has given there's a process that has to play out First. The Food and Drug Administration must give emergency use authorization. Fizer has applied for that for the vaccine developed by on Tech and Sarah Carlin Smith with the pink sheet. As Madonna could be next in with an application. All vaccines, believed to be 95%, effective against Cove in the FDA was thinking they'd be willing to approve a vaccine even if they just prevented 50% of disease. So this is obviously a much higher bar that these vaccines have cleared. FDA will discuss five years application on December the 10th. Meantime, CDC is gonna work with states to try and come up with frameworks of who should get the quantities of vaccine First. That's expected to be those who are high risk, including health care. Workers. Mike Murillo w T. O P News and should more be done in Maryland to stop the spread of covert 19. Some local leaders tonight are saying yes. In Toronto County executive Stuart Pittman is calling on Governor Larry Hogan to limit social gatherings from 25 to 10 and restrict indoor dining from 50% to 25% changes that have already been implemented in Anna Rondo County. Pittman's push from where restrictions comes as hospital beds begin to fill. With more cove in patients with the possibility of region 10,000 cases in the state by the end of the year, according to Johns Hopkins, he added Quote Maryland's hospital surge capacity Planning does not come close to meeting the needs projected yesterday, the state said a new Dehli high of nearly 52,000 tests conducted which resulted in almost 2900 new cases being reported. Melissa, how wt opinions and like everything else. Grocery shopping ahead of Thanksgiving is going to be different this year. Here's what to expect. Grocers are gearing up for what they're anticipating to be a little less traffic in the store. Laura Strange is with the National Grocers Association, which represents independent local grocers throughout the country. But they're anticipating to see bigger baskets and more demand for online ordering. As for what we're ordering, with smaller gatherings expected. Certainly, our members have seen a demand for some Smaller turkeys. But she says there's been demand for larger Turkey's, too, with some shoppers looking forward to leftovers, and, she says there's continued demand for baking supplies. John Aeryn. W T o P News Thriving Traveling by plane. The T s a says if it can be spilled, spread sprayed, pumped her poured or larger than 3.4 ounces. You'll need to check it. The T s a says whatever your plan to bring on board, put it in a clear plastic container that you could put in a bin and send through screening Among the items you can carry on baked goods meets stuffing, casseroles, fresh fruit and vegetables. Even Mac and cheese. If you're not sure if you could bring it with.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:26 min | 3 months ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTOP

"Does anybody get jiggy anymore? No, no. Okay, I gotta catch up. Thanks. It's 54 degrees outside our studios at 8 51 2. More vaccines for covert 19 could soon be approved for emergency use in the U. S. But before the green light has given there's a process that has to play out First, The Food and Drug Administration must give emergency use authorization. Fizer has applied for that for the vaccine developed by on Tech and Sarah Carlin Smith with the pink sheet. Says Madonna could be next in with an application. All vaccines, believed to be 95%, effective against Cove in the FDA was thinking they'd be willing to approve a vaccine even if they just prevented 50% of disease. So this is obviously a much higher bar that these vaccines have cleared. FDA will discuss five years application on December the 10th. Meantime, CDC is gonna work with states to try and come up with praying works of who should get the quantities of vaccine First. That's expected to be those who are high risk, including health care. Workers. Mike Murillo. W T. O P News, meanwhile, should more be done in Maryland to stop the spread of covert 19, Some local leaders say yes. In Toronto County executive Stuart Pittman is calling on Governor Larry Hogan to limit social gatherings from 25 to 10 and restrict indoor dining from 50% to 25% changes that have already been implemented in Anna Rondo County. Pittman's push from where restrictions comes as hospital beds begin to fill with more covert patients with the possibility of region 10,000 cases in the state by the end of the year. According to Johns Hopkins, he added Quote Maryland's hospital surge capacity Planning does not come close to meeting the needs projected yesterday, the state said a new Dehli high of nearly 52,000 tests conducted which resulted in almost 2900 new cases being reported. Melissa how wt opinions and then there's this if 2020 hasn't been bad enough It's thinks we're being told to prepare for a bumper crop of stink bugs. This winter stink bugs have passed from Asia that began showing up in our area 10 years ago are attracted to some houses over winter, especially those near wooded areas. You know, they're called ST bucks for a reason. When they're excited, they produced a compound. It smells very much like strong cilantro. Virginia Tech entomologist Chris Berg says. Researchers have found strong populations this fall, elaborated state captures in our pheromone baited traps were much higher than Have been in recent years. Mark says Holmes hosting Stink bugs might start seeing them and living spaces in late winter. You could certainly.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTOP

"And 60 in Northwest D. C right now at 12 11. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says his prayers are with his friend Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor who has tested positive for covert 19. Christy, saying yesterday he has checked himself into a hospital. He's the latest in a string of virus cases connected to President Trump's inner circle. Christie had said that the last time he was with the president was on Tuesday during preparations for his debate with former vice President Joe Biden. We learned on Friday in her more heard more about it today that President Trump was given an experimental antibody treatment to help him Fight Cove in 19, and the treatment is one that hasn't received approval from the Food and Drug Administration just yet. To learn more about it. I turned to Sarah Carlin Smith, senior writer at Pink Sheet, which covers the pharmaceutical industry and the FDA. And the first thing the president was given for his cove in 19 was a antibody, a biologic medicine that's in development by Regeneron. It's experimental. In fact, it's only been tested about 275 people so far in clinic pretty early phase clinical trials. So normally at this point and the drug's development people typically would not get the medicine like this, like outside of a clinical trial, where you have that possibility might get randomize to placebo, and I think medical doctors and so forth. I talk to you thought. In some ways, it's interesting. They automatically decided to treat the present him with this because with an experimental medicine like this, there's a lot we don't know. And there's a CZ Muchas there could be potential upside. There's can also be a lot of unknown potential. Risk and actually to perceive this drug. He had to get sort of special permission from the FDA known as a kind of compassionate use process, which is typically, um, an option available for people to requests when you know they've run out of any other kind of medical interventions to try and have a ray kind of serious or severe by threatening illness. Do we have any data on what was used on him? So far, we have some limited data that in a subset of patients, it does seem to reduce their viral load. And potentially resolved their symptoms a bit faster than placebo. So we don't have sort of what you may call like the gold standard data of do people recover faster is the survival of people who get the drug better or worse, But we sort of have promising indications that you should keep studying this drug. What I think is concerned. Some medical professionals and public health professionals is you really want people to be a part of clinical trials so that We can figure out whether it does work or not, and characterize it appropriately. And there's some worry that the impression of Trump getting this medicine outside of trials are just automatically getting the drug may create a false impression that the trials aren't important that we already know the drug works because people just sort of had this assumption you give the president The best things out there, right? And I think experts I was talking to really wanted to convey the fact that we need Thio. Remember how important clinical Childs are, They need to fully test this medicine. That is Sarah Carlin's missing a writer at Pink Sheet. It is 12 14. A w t O P. Actually, we're moving into 12 15. That means it's time for sports sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Pink red. Here's J brother Mikey. Less than an hour till kickoff one into Washington football team hosting two and one Baltimore Ravens at one o'clock from FedEx Field here is burning gold head coach Ron Rivera talking about Chase Young. Well, he'll be day by day as we go from here on out, I mean, he's he's rolled out this week. We'll see how he how he ends up on Wednesday, Thursday Friday You know, we'll we'll we'll have him listed wherever we believe he's best fitted Moor watchmen practices and then the important thing is to see how he is. The next day, you could tell how he looks during practice, but how we really how he reacts to the strain and stress of work is you don't know till the next day. Well, he is inactive today, but he did work out a couple of hours ago, Rivera mentioned being inactive. Wide receiver Terry McLaren is a go bad thigh and all Baltimore way without offensive lineman Ronnie Staley with that bad shoulder, But cornerback Jimmy Smith is active. After dealing with the d'Anjou and knee injury back to Ron Rivera. He will appear on ABC is Good Morning America Spar to discuss his battle with cancer while also trying to coach an NFL football team. Tennis. French Open to seed Rafa Nadal straight set winner Advancing passed the fourth round but one seed Simona Halep in the women's draw, falling in straight sets earlier today. J Brooks w T o p Sports Thank you, J and just ahead on w t o P. We just heard from doctors of President Trump giving us an update on his condition and what his prognosis is. So far, we're going.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Welcome to politicos pulse. Check. I'm Paul de Dempo seventeen for Dan diamond. And I've got Alice Holstein one of our congressional reporters and Sarah Carlin Smith, one of our farmer reporters here with me. Hi alice. Hello. Hello, sarah. Hi, Paul great to be here today on the show. We're gonna talk about two main topics. We're going to talk about drug prices, which the Trump administration has been rolling out various proposals to to combat drug prices in recent months, but we're going to start off with the lame duck session of congress to most of the drama today is focused on the election for speaker of the house, and how many votes Nancy Pelosi will get but we only care about healthcare. So Alice what if anything in terms of healthcare legislation can we expect to come out of this lame duck congress? So there are a bunch of things we're watching, but mostly we're reporting on what's not going to happen on healthcare during the remaining few days of this congress all the attention like you said is on the leadership elections and also on this border wall funding fight that could trigger potential partial government shutdown in just a few days. And so all of Congress's attention is on that and on preventing that from happening President Trump's demanding as well money folks are saying no, it's the same old story. We've had several times over the last few years. But in all of that madness. They are talking about doing a few things related to healthcare. There's as ever efforts to delay or get rid of some of the unpopular ObamaCare taxes on medical devices and. Cadillac plans. There are efforts to pass in over the counter drug Bill and a pandemic preparedness Bill, although Sarah's going to explain what's what's holding those up. Some infighting there on the Republican side and efforts to pass any sort of bigger conservative priorities through reconciliation, our colleagues on the congress team had a piece out this morning about how there's just very little interest in ramming anything through they want to get it done. They don't want the government shutdown. What are the top things that healthcare groups are pushing for that they're going to be most upset about what are one two and three among those among those healthcare priorities. Well, there's been a wave of lobbying from the fundamental suitable industry to address the so-called Donut hole. I think Sarah can talk about that. She's been doing some great reporting on that. Yes. This is a huge priority for the drug industry in February. They got hit with close to twelve billion dollars in extra money to help pay for seniors drug costs when they're in this coverage gap phase of Medicare, and they've been pushing to get rid of four billion of that. Because they argue the CBS. Oh, mayday scoring error and congress actually put them on the hook for more money than they meant to and it's a big lobbying fight. But the issue is the cost of drugs is such a big issue for voters on both sides of the aisle right now. And you have groups like a are p patients for affordable drugs the coalition foreseeable arc extract pricing. That's kind of out their messaging like if you do this change, you know, you're just kind of helping pharma at the expense of patients right now. So it's a it's a tricky political fight. But this is farmers. They feel like like many people right now, they have Republicans in power for just, you know, another month or so they wanna try and get the best deal. They can while they still have a more slightly more friendly congress. And I wonder if that's kind of Morphing into the democratic leadership fight to given that I would think that Nancy Pelosi facing this sort of rebellion on her side. Probably doesn't want to be seen as sort of currying favor to, you know, big pharma at this kind of tricky moment for her great. And there's a lot of pressure on Democrats who ran primarily on healthcare and on helping folks who are feeling the squeeze an for unaffordable plans and on affordable medicines. So to to turn around and have a big giveaway to the industry would not be a great look for them. So what's the timeline here? Just remind me of how long they're going to be in session. And when will know for sure exactly what's going to get done, and what's going to get left on the table..

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A Bill that comes for example, the heartbeat. Bill governor Casey vetoed the Bill I would have signed. So what does this mean for the women of Ohio and could this alternately impact Roe v? Wade which guarantees a women's constitutional right to an abortion, Sarah Carlin. Smith is a healthcare reporter for politico. And she joins me now to talk about what these measures are trying to do and their broader implications for the future of reproductive health. Sarah, welcome to the takeaway. Yeah. Happy to be here. So the so-called heartbeat Bill. Tell us a little bit about what it is. I mean, this was something that even among Republicans like John casick didn't pass muster. Correct. So their house of representatives last week passed a Bill that would penalize doctors for performing abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected. But a fetal heartbeat can be detected fairly early on in pregnancy at about six weeks. This is a point where many women actually might not even realize they're pregnant so it would condense the period with which a pregnant woman could get an abortion to array short period of time. And the Bill has no exceptions for rape or incest, though. It does has some exceptions for the health of the mother some exceptions for the health of the mother. Correct. So there are exceptions if it's a medical emergency. Or if the abortion would save a woman's life. This is something that's likely to pass or not likely to pass. What's your sense on that given its past? My sense is it is really likely to pass a now passed the house it's fairly likely to pass the Senate as you mentioned before this is something that the current Ohio. Governor John casick has previously not supported he. Vetoed a race similar Bill in two thousand sixteen. However, John casick is just about to leave office. The new Ohio governor elect Mike dewine has expressed support for this kind of idea of prohibiting abortion. When a fetal heartbeat is detected. Who is backing this Bill who who's behind this Bill? So the lead sponsor in the state is Representative Christina Hagen. She has explicitly said that this Bill was crafted to serve as a challenge to Robie. Wade. I am not concerned. If it ends up in the courts, that's exactly why we've crafted at our intention is to go directly at the heart of Roe v. Wade and to challenge the question of when a life begins in the United States, and when their constitutional protection is due to them. Let me be very clear if this or to pass Ohio under current federal law and judicial precedent it wouldn't be seen as legal, however because of recent changes on the supreme court, we have a bigger conservative majority of folks who. People believe maybe more willing to sort of weaken Roe v. Wade to some degree a lot of antiabortion groups have been setting up these legal challenges to the line hoping that they can pass these sort of state measures, and then slowly challenge it through the courts get it to the supreme court, and ultimately come away with a ruling that would permit more prohibit that abortion in the US. I'm thinking about Kavanagh's confirmation hearings. And when he sort of walked around the issue, and that was really a big issue for a lot of reproductive rights. Folks is that they were concerned that because there weren't any clear definitive answers from cavenaugh about his stance on protecting Roe v. Wade that it could. In fact, be at risk is that sense heightened now with this current Bill. I think it's not just this Bill. It's a lot of other actions going on throughout the country. So in the November elections, two states. Alabama and West Virginia past state referendums that would also very much limit a woman's right to abortion in those states. Actually, it would pretty much make abortion illegal altogether. The Alabama one sixty percent of voters did support in that case, the changes to the state constitutions that would basically say that there is no right to an abortion and recognizes the sanctity of the unborn child. It's known as sometimes this person had idea that a fetus is a person and has all of those rights that we observed to every any other living person. And that's where there have been concerns though. I don't know. It's one hundred percent clear that this would be the case. But there have been concerns that this type of person hood amendment could not only just impact abortion, but some forms of birth control or treatment. Indiana has also right now asked the supreme court to hear a challenge to their law. They passed that would restrict women's abilities. To get an abortion. So it's not just so high. Oh, like, I said a lot of antiabortion folks throughout the country have kind of been teeing up cases that they could then bring to the supreme court, and hopefully get changes to America as abortion laws and one of the things that strikes me about antiabortion laws or or attempts at creating antiabortion legislation is that often there isn't a social program component that goes with that to improve schools or to provide child care or things like that. With these antiabortion initiatives. Are there any social programs involved? No, they're not as far as I'm aware. That's an interesting point. In fact, actually, some of the laws and referendums like West Virginia is actually prevents state Medicaid money to be used toured performing abortion. So they tend to actually be more strict in terms of state social programs as opposed to maybe allowing for the use of state social programs perhaps to help mothers who would otherwise feel like they would have difficulty taking care of their child. What comes next in Ohio? So the next step would be that this spill will be taken up by the state Senate, and assuming they pass it would go to the governor's desk again, depending on timing that could either be governor John casick who would likely veto the Bill he signaled that already or if they wait until January. It would be the new incoming governor Mike dewine who's. Express more support for this idea Sarah Carlin Smith is a healthcare reporter for politico. Sarah, thanks so much for being.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on KCRW

"Of Ohio and could this alternately impact Roe v? Wade which guarantees a women's constitutional right to an abortion thera- Carlin. Smith is a healthcare reporter for politico. And she joins me now to talk about what these measures are trying to do and their broader implications for the future of reproductive health. Sarah. Welcome to the takeaway. Yeah. Happy to be here. So the so called heartbeat Bill. Tell us a little bit about what it is. I mean, this was something that even among Republicans like John casick didn't pass muster cracked, so Ohio their house of representatives last week passed a Bill that would penalize doctors for performing abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected. But at a fetal heartbeat can be detected fairly early on in pregnancy at about six weeks. This is a point where many women actually might not even realize they're pregnant so it would condense the period with which a pregnant woman could get an abortion to a race short period of time. And the Bill has no exceptions for rape or incest, though. It does has some exceptions for the health of the mother some exceptions for the health of the mother. Correct. So there are exceptions if it's a medical emergency. Or if the abortion would save a woman's life. This. This is something that's likely to pass or not likely to pass. What's your sense on that given its past? My sense is it is really likely to pass. Now passed the house it's fairly likely to pass the Senate as you mentioned before this is something that the current Ohio. Governor John casick has previously not supported he. Vetoed a race similar Bill in two thousand sixteen. However, John casick is just about to leave office. The new Ohio governor elect Mike dewine has expressed support for this kind of idea of prohibiting abortion. When a fetal heartbeat is detected. Who is backing this Bill who who's behind this Bill? So the lead sponsor in the state is Representative Christina Hagen. She has explicitly said that this Bill was crafted to serve as a challenge to Robie. Wade. I am not concerned if an ends up in the courts, that's exactly why. We've crafted at our intention is to go directly at the heart of Roe v. Wade and to challenge the question of when a life begins in the United States, and when their constitutional protection is due to them. Let me be very clear if this lob to pass Ohio under current federal law and judicial precedent. It wouldn't be seen as legal, however because of recent changes on the supreme court, we have a bigger conservative majority of folks who. People believe may be more willing to sort of weaken Roe v. Wade to some degree a lot of antiabortion groups have been setting up these legal challenges to the line hoping that they can pass these sort of state measures and then slowly challenge through the courts get it to the supreme court, and ultimately come away with a ruling that would permit more prohibitive that abortion in the US, I'm thinking about Kavanagh's confirmation hearings. And when he sort of walked around the issue, and that was really a big issue for a lot of reproductive rights. Folks is that they were concerned that because there weren't any clear definitive answers from Cavanaugh about his stance on protecting Roe v. Wade that it could. In fact, be at risk is that sense heightened now with this current Bill. I think it's not just this Bill. It's a lot of other accidents going on throughout the country. So in the November elections, two states, Alabama. In West Virginia past state referendums that would also very much limit a woman's right to abortion in those states. Actually, it would pretty much make abortion illegal altogether. The Alabama one sixty percent of voters did support in that case, the changes to the state constitutions that basically say that there is no right to an abortion and recognizes the sanctity of the unborn child. It's known as sometimes this person had idea that a fetus is a person and has all of those right that we absorb to every any other living person. And that's where there have been concerns. So I don't know. It's one hundred percent clear that this would be the case. But there have been concerns that this type of person hood, amac could not only just impact abortion, but some forms of birth control or fertility treatment, Indiana has also right now asked the supreme court to hear a challenge to their law. They passed that would restrict women's ability to get an abortion. So it's not just a high. Oh, like, I said a lot of antiabortion folks throughout the country have kind of been teeing up k says that they could then bring to the supreme court, and hopefully get changes to America as abortion laws in one of the things that strikes me about antiabortion laws or or attempts at creating antiabortion legislation. Is that often there isn't a social program component that goes with that to improve schools or to provide childcare or things like that. With these antiabortion initiatives. Are there any social programs involved? No, they're not as far as I'm aware. That's an interesting point. In fact, actually, some of the laws and referendums like West Virginia is actually prevents state Medicaid money to be used George performing abortion. So they tend to actually be more strict in terms of state social programs as opposed to maybe allowing for the use of state social programs perhaps to help mothers who would otherwise feel like they would have difficulty taking care of their child. What comes next in Ohio? So the next step would be that this spill will be taken up by the state Senate, and assuming they pass it. It would go to the governor's desk again, depending on timing that could either be governor John casick who would likely be oh the Bill he signaled that already or if they wait until January. It would be the new incoming governor Mike dewine who's. Express more support for this idea Sarah Carlin Smith is a healthcare reporter for politico. Sarah, thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me..

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Everyone. It's Tanzania Vega with you on the takeaway last Thursday, the Ohio house of representatives passed one of the most restrictive abortion bills in the country version of the so-called heartbeat Bill which would make it illegal for a woman to receive an abortion once adopter can detect a fetal heartbeat was vetoed by governor Kasich back in two thousand sixteen incoming Ohio governor Republican Mike dewine has made it clear that he would support the Bill by signing it into law. Here's dewine back in April. I'm gonna do what I can do to reduce the number of abortions. But if there is a question a Bill that comes for example, the heartbeat. Bill governor Casey veto, I would have signed the Bill. So what does this mean for the women of Ohio and could this impact Roe v? Wade which guarantees a women's constitutional right to an abortion, Sarah Carlin. Smith is a healthcare reporter for politico. And she joins me now to talk about what these measures are trying to do and their broader implications for the future of reproductive health. Sarah, welcome to the. Takeaway. Yeah. Happy to be here. So the so-called heartbeat Bill. Tell us a little bit about what it is. I mean, this was something that even among Republicans like John casick didn't pass muster. Correct. So Ohio their house of representatives last week passed a Bill that would penalize doctors for performing abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected. But at a fetal heartbeat can be detected fairly early on in pregnancy at about six weeks. This is a point where many women actually might not even realize they're pregnant so it would condense the period with a pregnant woman could get an abortion to array short period of time. And the Bill has no exceptions for rape or incest, though. It does has some exceptions for the health of the mother some exceptions for the health of the mother. Correct. So there are exceptions if it's a medical emergency. Or if the abortion would save a woman's life. This is something. That's likely to pass or not likely to pass. What's your sense on that given its past? My sense is it is really likely to pass. And now passed the house it's fairly likely to pass the Senate as you mentioned before this is something that the current Ohio. Governor John casick has previously not supported he. Vetoed a race similar Bill in two thousand sixteen. However, John casick is just about to leave office. The new Ohio governor elect Mike dewine has expressed support for this kind of idea of prohibiting abortion. When a fetal heartbeat is detected. Who is backing this Bill who who's behind this Bill? So the lead sponsor in the state is Representative Christina Hagen. She has explicitly said that this Bill was crafted to serve as a challenge to Robie. Wade. I am not concerned. If it ends up in the courts, that's exactly why we've crafted had our intentions to go directly at the heart of Roe v. Wade and to challenge the question of when a life begins in the United States, and when their constitutional protection is due to them. Let me be very clear if this lab or to pass Ohio under current federal law and judicial precedent. It wouldn't be seen as legal, however because of recent changes on the supreme court, we have a bigger conservative majority of folks who. People believe maybe more willing to sort of weaken Roe v. Wade to some degree a lot of antiabortion groups have been setting up these legal challenges to the line hoping that they can pass these sort of state measures, and then slowly challenge it through the courts get it to the supreme court and ultimately come away with a ruling that would permit more prohibited. That abortion in the US, I'm thinking about Kavanagh's confirmation hearings. And when he sort of walked around the issue, and that was really a big issue for a lot of reproductive rights. Folks is that they were concerned that because there weren't any clear definitive answers from Cavanaugh about his stance on protecting Roe v. Wade that it could. In fact, be at risk is that sense heightened now with this current Bill. I think it's not just this Bill. It's a lot of other actions going on throughout the country. So in the November elections, two states. Alabama and West Virginia past state referendums that would also very much limit a woman's right to abortion in those states. Actually, it would pretty much make abortion illegal altogether. The Alabama one sixty percent of voters did support in that case, the changes to the state constitutions that basically say that there is no right to an abortion and recognizes the sanctity of the unborn child. It's known as sometimes this person had idea that a fetus is a person and has all those rights that we absorbed to every any other living person. And that's where there have been concerns. So I don't know. It's one hundred percent clear that this would be the case. But there have been concerns that this type of person hood amendment could not only just impact abortion, but some forms of birth control or fertility treatment, Indiana has also right now ask the supreme court to hear a challenge to their law. They passed that would restrict women's abilities. To get an abortion. So it's not just Ohio. Like, I said a lot of antiabortion folks throughout the country have kind of been teeing up cases that they could then bring to the supreme court, and hopefully get changes to America as abortion laws in one of the things that strikes me about antiabortion laws or or attempts at creating antiabortion legislation is that often there isn't a social program component that goes with that to improve schools or to provide child care or things like that with these antiabortion initiatives are there any social programs involved. No, they're not as far as I'm aware. That's an interesting point. In fact, actually, some of the laws and referendums like West Virginia is actually prevents state Medicaid money to be used to her performing abortion. So they tend to actually be more restrictive in terms of state social programs as opposed to maybe allowing for the use. State social programs perhaps to help mothers who would otherwise feel like they would have difficulty taking care of their child. What comes next in Ohio? So the next step would be that. This spill will be taken up by the state Senate, and assuming they pass it would go to the governor's desk again, depending on timing that could either be governor John casick who would likely beat oh the Bill. He's signaled that already or if they wait until January. It would be the new incoming governor Mike dewine who's express more support.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Okay with all of that i think we're ready to go here's my colleague sarah carlin smith on her reporting on the trump drug price plan president trump in secretary as our spoke in the rose garden on friday about drug pricing and then there's been a flurry of activity since then sarah were talking wednesday morning what do we know now about the trump drug plan that we didn't know when it was first announced so initially on friday i think there was a bit of a sigh of relief from the drug industry and people that could be affected by the drug pricing plan because what president trump rolled out with so broad it was this big laundry list with dozens of ideas and there wasn't a clear path forward of which ones they're going to pick to really go forward and an act so and some of them are reasonably favorable to the drug industry so there is the sense of okay we got away from the really scary things of government drug pricing go stations in medicare maybe this is just all talk no action but since friday hhs secretary as our and fda commissioner golly been seema verma have been talking a lot about what's in that plan and the things that they see as really highlights or things they're going to approach i for action and we're starting to get a better sense of of that use laundry lists what ideas may come to the top i and actually change things up and i think there are things that could have significant action or implications for the industry in reasonable time depending what they do particularly secretary as ours been really forceful on the idea of moving medicare part b drugs physician administered drugs some of often costly medications into the medicare part d outpatient benefit that seems to me like to be the thing he's really passionate about getting going fast let's run through some more of the ideas at the administration is or isn't proposing the idea of targeting rebates to the middlemen in the drug pricing system.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Dollars a year at least ten people injured thousands of accu eight after a refinery explosion in superior wisconsin cleveland browns took oklahoma qb baker mayfield as the first overall pick in the nfl draft and what the university of utah has installed for students a little weepy about their final exams that story in about twenty minutes ronnie jackson the white house physician who has now withdrawn his name from consideration as secretary of veterans affairs regularly handed out the sleep drug ambien and the alertness drug providential to west wing officials traveling on overseas flights his nomination has inadvertently exposed the widespread use of sleep and alertness drugs among government officials from the white house and state department to the pentagon and congress itself more from sarah carlin smith healthcare reporter at politico sarah what have you found what my colleagues and i have discovered over the past couple of days is that perhaps jackson's behavior wasn't as unusual as you may think or at least that it's fairly common in military circle state department maybe high level white house officials even members of congress people that you of travel all over the goal for what regularly frequently to use in particular they think there may be health that can help you get awake after one travel kinda compensate for their hectic work schedule so it seems like a much more kind of widespread perhaps problem of you know people really turning to drugs because of their work schedules and work responsibilities so you focused on too in the story ambien and pro vigil explain what each does ambien.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The end of the korean war good morning i'm gordon deal along with jennifer kushinka on this friday april twenty seven could be with us and here's what we have for you this hour north korean leader kim jong hoon is meeting today with south korean president moon jaein we'll take you to the korean peninsula in just a moment entertainer bill cosby has been found guilty on all three counts in his sexual assault retrial here how much prison time he faces as soon as secretary of state mike pompeo was confirmed he was on a plane to europe for a nato meeting in brussels in the spotlight may be off ronnie jackson since he's withdrawn from consideration as va secretary the spotlight is on how he has sometimes distributed sleeping pills much more pervasive the reports that he no this is fairly common practice in the military department so and even members of congress that we spoke with didn't seem that concerned about the process kind of having some understanding that it was something kind of comment sarah carlin smith at politico on life in washington with the help of sleeping pills and stimulants especially for overseas trips history today on the korean peninsula kim jong hoon became the first north korean leader to set foot in the south since the korean war when he stepped across the military demarcation line earlier today and shook hands with south korean president moon jae the wall street journal says the two korean leaders were due to discuss improvements in relations and perhaps most critically north korea's nuclear arsenal meanwhile moments ago they released a joint statement announcing there will be no more war on the korean peninsula separately the trump administration has insisted that it must see substantial progress on dialing back the north's nuclear program before making concessions including the loosening of sanctions mr trump was on fox news yesterday discussing his potential summit with mr kim so it could be that i walk out quickly with respect but it could be it could be the.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"We are america's first news this morning with gordon deal picture being with us on this friday april twenty seven gordon deal jennifer kushinka some of our top stories and headlines the leaders of the two koreas agreed to formally end the korean war and to denuclearize the peninsula actor and comedian bill cosby found guilty of sexual assault amazon is raising the price of its prime membership to one hundred nineteen dollars a year at least ten people injured thousands evacuated after a refinery explosion in superior wisconsin cleveland browns took oklahoma qb baker mayfield as the first overall pick in the nfl draft and what the university of utah has installed for students a little weepy about their final exams full of that story in about twenty minutes ronnie jackson the white house physician who has now withdrawn his name from consideration as secretary of veterans affairs regularly handed out the sleep drug ambien and the alertness drug providential to west wing officials traveling on overseas flights his nomination has inadvertently exposed the widespread use of sleep and alertness drugs among government officials from the white house and state department to the pentagon and congress itself more from sarah carlin smith healthcare reporter at politico sarah what have you found than i have discovered over the past couple of days is that perhaps jackson's behavior wasn't as unusual as you may think or at least that it's fairly common in military circles state department maybe high level white house officials even members of congress people that you will travel all over the gopher work perhaps regularly frequently to use in particular sleeping pills or maybe health that can help you get awake after one travel to kinda compensate for their hectic work schedule so it seems like a much more kind of widespread perhaps problem of you know people really turning to drugs because of their work schedules and work responsibilities so you focused on too in the story ambien and provo jill explain what each does amblin is medicine.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Deal being with us on this friday april twenty seven gordon deal jennifer kushinka some of our top stories and headlines the leaders of the two koreas agreed to formally end the korean war and to denuclearize the peninsula actor and comedian bill cosby found guilty of sexual assault amazon is raising the price of its prime membership to one hundred nineteen dollars a year at least ten people injured thousands evacuated after refinery explosion in superior wisconsin cleveland browns took oklahoma qb baker mayfield as the first overall pick in the nfl draft and what the university of utah has installed for students a little weepy about their final exams full of that story in about twenty minutes ronnie jackson be white house physician who has now withdrawn his name from consideration as secretary of veterans affairs regularly handed out the sleep drug ambien and the alertness drug providential to west wing officials traveling on overseas flights his nomination has inadvertently exposed the widespread use of sleep and alertness drugs among government officials from the white house and state department to the pentagon and congress itself more from sarah carlin smith healthcare reporter at politico sarah what have you found mcalinden i have discovered over the past couple of days is that perhaps jackson's behavior wasn't as unusual he may or at least that it's fairly common in military circles state department maybe high level white house episode even members of congress people that you will travel all over the goal for work perhaps regularly frequently to news in particular sleeping pills or maybe health that can help you get awake after one travel kinda compensate for their hectic work schedule so it seems like a much more kind of widespread perhaps problem of you know people really turning to drugs because of their works federal responsibility so you focus on too in the story ambien and provo jill explain what each does ambien is as medicine.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"To honor those who defend our country this year's ryan will begin at the delaware army national guard training center in newcastle and end with an after race party at the air mobility command museum dover miles for military fourteen registration details coming soon powered by chevrolet of dover rebounded voted for the president and i support him then talk about it well from your lips to donald trump's newsradio fourteen ten w deal right right eighteen companies this is america's first news this morning with your host gordon deal the end of the korean war good morning i'm gordon deal along with jennifer kushinka on this friday april twenty seven could be with us and here's what we have for you this hour north korean leader kim jong hoon is meeting today with south korean president moon jaein we'll take you to the korean peninsula in just a moment entertainer bill cosby has been found guilty on all three counts in his sexual assault retrial here how much prison time he faces as soon as secretary state mike pompeo was confirmed he was on a plane to europe for a nato meeting in brussels in the spotlight may be off ronnie jackson since he's withdrawn from consideration as va secretary but the spotlight is on how he has sometimes distributed sleeping pills much more pervasive than we would've expected reports that he no this is fairly common practice in the military department so and even members of congress that we spoke with didn't seem that concerned about the process kind of having some understanding that it was something kind of comment sarah carlin smith at political on life in washington with the help of sleeping pills and stimulants especially for overseas trips history today on the korean peninsula kim jong hoon became the first north korean leader to set foot in the south since the korean war when he stepped across the military demarcation line earlier today and shook hands with south korean president moon jae in the wall street journal says the two korean leaders were due to discuss improvements in relations and perhaps most critically north korea's nuclear arsenal meanwhile moments ago they released a joint statement announcing there will be no more war on the korean peninsula separately the trump administration has insisted that it must see substantial progress on dialing back the north's nuclear program before making concessions including loosening of sanctions mr trump was on fox news.

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"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"sarah carlin smith" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"From compass media networks this is america's first news this morning with your host gordon deal the end of the korean war good morning i'm gordon deal along with jennifer kushinka on this friday april twenty seven glad you could be with us and here's what we have for you this hour north korean leader kim jong hoon is meeting today with south korean president moon jaein we'll take you to the korean peninsula in just a moment entertainer bill cosby has been found guilty on all three counts in his sexual assault retrial here how much prison time who faces as soon as secretary of state mike pompeo was confirmed he was on a plane to europe for a nato meeting in brussels in the spotlight may be off ronnie jackson since he's withdrawn from consideration as va secretary put the spotlight is on how he has sometimes distributed sleeping pills much more than we read a report that he no this is fairly common practice in the military department and even members of congress that we spoke with didn't really seem that concerned about the process kind of having some understanding that it was something kind of comment sarah carlin smith at politico on life in washington with the help of sleeping pills and stimulants especially for overseas trips history today on the korean peninsula kim jong hoon became the first north korean leader to set foot in the south since the korean war when he stepped across the military demarcation line earlier today and shook hands with south korean president moon jae in the wall street journal says the two korean leaders were due to discuss improvements in relations and perhaps most critically north korea's nuclear arsenal meanwhile moments ago they released a joint statement announcing there will be no more war on the korean peninsula separately the trump administration has insisted that it must see substantial progress on dialing back the north's nuclear program before making concessions including ballooning of sanctions mr trump was on fox news yesterday discussing his potential summit with mr kim could be that i walk out quickly with respect but it could be it could be that maybe that meeting doesn't even take place who knows but i can tell you right now they wanna central questions and today's talks in the truce village of penmunjom which included dinner banquet or what north korea might demand and what concessions the.

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