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"savannah lindquist" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"savannah lindquist" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The first time Karen Keva reports that at a time of deepening partisan divide. One message in the state of the union address was unity. The state of our union is strong on a contentious Capitol Hill, the president breached unity together, we can break decades of political stalemate divide in palm breaks with democratic speaker Nancy Pelosi over his shoulder and scores of newly elected women watching in front of him. Don't sit yet either like this. We also have more women serving in congress, then at any time before many critical of the president's demand for border wall funding that led to the longest government shutdown in history. I want people to. To come into our country. In the largest numbers ever. But they have to come in legally, President Trump touched on bipartisan topics like infrastructure projects both parties should be able to unite for a great rebuilding of America's crumbling infrastructure, cutting the cost of prescription drugs. It's unacceptable that Americans pay vastly more than people in other countries for the exact same drugs often made in the exact same place and ending HIV in the US together, we will defeat aids in America and beyond Trump also touted his foreign policy agenda, chairman Kim, and I will meet again on February twenty seventh and twenty eighth in Vietnam. Now, the president in congress have until February fifteenth to work together to keep the government funding. So let's work together compromise and reach a deal that way. Will truly make America safe the new democratic majority in the house wasted. No time this week getting into issues long untouched on Capitol Hill. Linda Kenyon reports hearings were held on gun violence and climate change. Michael some hot button issues returned to Capitol Hill to climate change hearings kicked off in the house. They coincided with a new U N report that found last year was the fourth warmest on record and that weather extremes included wildfires in California and Greece drought in South Africa and floods in India, North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper told the house natural resources committee. His state has suffered the consequences. Cain Florence caused at least seventeen billion dollars in damage and tragically took forty three lives then a month later. Tropical storm Michael took additional lives and caused millions more and damage damage like this. We have weathered to so-called five hundred year floods within two years and three of them within twenty years. House. Republicans have been. Skeptical about climate change, they pointed out that legislative compromise on reducing greenhouse gas. Emissions wouldn't be easy, and it would likely be even harder in the Republican controlled Senate. Then there was the gun violence hearing before the House Judiciary committee enough, that's Eastman, a survivor of the mass shooting at Florida's Marjory stoneman Douglas high school, we have had enough of gun violence in our schools in our movie theaters are places of worship in nightclubs and restaurants on our streets and in our communities. She appealed to lawmakers to craft sensible gun legislation also testifying was college student, savannah Lindquist who said a sheet had a firearm. She might have been able to prevent her rape. I am gun owner. And I was one at the time, I even began safety training and target practice. When I was ten years old, but because of so-called commonsense gun control laws. I was left defenseless that night committee, chairman Jerrold, Nadler said gun violence is an issue that can no longer be ignored. It is evident from the energy of the crowd of this room as well as the millions of people across the country fighting for sensible gun safety laws at the. The public is demanding national legislation, but the committee's top Republican Doug Collins said democratic proposals to fight gun violence are just empty promises. Greatest. Cruelty in the world is to tell people you will help them in their situation with legislation and then try to pass off legislation. They would do nothing to fix the problems. The house is trying to begin to fix the problem with background check legislation while it is likely to pass in the house. It is equally likely to run into significant roadblocks in the Republican controlled Senate. This is Westwood One news the week in review. It.

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"savannah lindquist" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"savannah lindquist" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Hour, the call for unity and cooperation and President Trump's Tuesday's state of the union speech show. Only went so far yesterday. Bob Costantini has more on the day. After for the president once again facing a new development in the overall Russia election meddling investigations, Robert Muller's team is getting a boatload of information from the house intelligence committee now headed by democrat, Adam Schiff, all of the transcripts to the special counsel from the conduc conduct of the Russia investigation thus far for his part, President Trump dismissing shift for longtime nemesis. He's just a political hack who's trying to build a name for himself. And I think that's fine. Because that's what they do. But there would be no reason to do that it's called presidential harassment. He needs state of the union address. Mr. Trump said the US economy could be hurt by what he described as ridiculous partisan investigations. There's. Also in intra-party dispute for the president highlighted in the speech regarding the border war on terror Republicans have especially taking him to task for telegraphing his military plans, and he's been listening. It seems in the state of the union President Trump indicated he would be flexible on his desire to withdraw US forces from Syria and the day after he tells ministers of the international coalition to defeat ISIS. The organization is almost leaderless of the sixty top. We've eliminated almost every one of them. Now, they reform we know that but the having a hard time reforming, and I wouldn't say it's a great job to have when ISIS had its proclaimed capital, Iraq, Syria. It was led by Boubacar albuque-. Daddy. His fate is still unknown with a twenty five million dollar reward for his capture or killing. Bob Costantini, Washington. It's nine past the new democratic majority in the house is hurting control of legislate. Priorities by convening hearings on issues that have long been dormant during Republican control. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story to climate change hearings kicked off in the house. They coincided with a new U N report that found last year was the fourth warmest on record and that weather extremes included wildfires in California and Greece drought in South Africa and floods in India, North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper told the house natural resources committee. His state has suffered the consequences or arcane Florence caused at least seventeen billion dollars in damage and tragically took forty three lives then a month later. Tropical storm Michael took additional lives and caused millions more in damage damage like this. We have weathered to so called five hundred year floods within two years and three of them within twenty years. House. Republicans have been skeptical about climate change the pointed out that legislative compromise on reducing greenhouse gas. Emissions wouldn't be easy, and it would likely be even harder in the Republic. Taken controlled Senate. Then there was the gun violence hearing before the House Judiciary committee enough, that's Elena Eastman, a survivor of the mass shooting at Florida's Marjory stoneman Douglas high school we've had enough of gun violence in our schools in our movie theaters are places of worship in nightclubs restaurants on our streets and in our communities. She appealed to lawmakers to craft sensible gun legislation also testifying was college student, savannah Lindquist who said if she'd had a firearm she might have been able to prevent her rape. I am a gun owner. And I was one at the time, I even began safety training and target practice. When I was ten years old, but because of so-called commonsense gun control laws. I was left defenseless that night committee. Chairmen Jerrold Nadler said gun violence is an issue that can no longer be ignored. It is evident from the energy of the crowd of this room as well as the millions of people across the country, fighting for sensible gun safety laws at the public is demanding national legislation, but the committee's top Republican Doug Collins said democratic proposals to fight gun violence are just empty. Promises. Greatest cruelty in the world is to tell people you will help them in their situation with legislation and then try to pass off legislation. They would do nothing to fix the problems. The house is trying to begin to fix the problem with background check legislation while it is likely to pass in the house. It is equally likely to run into significant roadblocks in the Republican controlled Senate. Linda Kenyon, Washington. It's eleven past top democratic leaders in Virginia governments are under scrutiny. Governor north for a racist photo from school yearbook. Attorney general Mark herring. Admits he dressed in black face and Virginia's Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is continuing to deny allegations of sexual assault. Correspondent Jason Carroll. Got people lawyering up. You've got the governor for his part who is hired crisis management firm to help him whether it's through all of this. So what you have are denials and people lawyering up and hiring crisis management firms. But so far. No sign at least that anyone is going to be stepping down because of all of this, Carol. It's twelve passed up next on America in the morning. More migrants and more US troops are converging at the southern border..

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"savannah lindquist" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:59 min | 3 years ago

"savannah lindquist" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Are you balancing my time to my friend and colleague, an original cosponsor of HR, eight congresswoman Lucy. Lucy MacBeth, but I do want to recognize the efforts of the sponsor of HR eight Mike Thompson who sat through this hearing. Thank you for being here. And also congresswoman Robin Kelly who's a co-sponsor original cosponsor on HR. A thank you both for being here congresswoman MacBeth our yield my time to you. Thank you so much congressman Johnson and chairman Nadler and to all the witnesses that are here today. Many of you know, gun violence is an issue that is deeply personal for me in twenty ten excuse me, twenty twelve my son Jordan Davis was shot and killed by a man who opened fire on a car of unarmed teenagers at a gas station in Jacksonville, Florida and Jordan was only seventeen years old Jordan would be turning twenty four this week. February sixteenth after my son's death. I dedicated my life to advocating for commonsense gun safety solutions, but it was the shooting at Marjory stoneman stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida that year that's finally motivated me to run for congress yesterday. I brought Jeff and Margaret Brinkley to the state of the union is my guest just three months ago. The Bank experienced a tragedy that no parent should ever have to endure their daughter. Mara Brinkley was killed when a man entered a yoga studio in Tallahassee Florida and shot six people killing two. Before taking his own life more. I had a bright future ahead of her and was eager to do. So and eager to do. Good work in the world. But her dreams were cut short by a hateful man with a firearm. And she was only twenty one far too many families experienced tragedies like ours. Every single day the pain of losing a child to gun violence, never ends. And it's in that pain that drives me to do this work to prevent gun violence. These stories are vitally important as we work to pass common sense safety legislation to keep families like ours from experiencing the horror and heartbreak brought on by gun violence. The Brinkley's believe that a policy solution could prevent killings like the death of their daughter. They have become advocates for extreme risk laws called often called red flag laws that these laws can prevent both murders and suicides by temporarily removing. Weapons from those who are dangerous to themselves and to others our community and our nation. Cannot wait any longer democrat Lucy. Mic baths, live coverage on WCBS PFM. Washington. Congressman Mick bath, lost her son to gun violence in two thousand twelve or commonsense gun safety solutions like extreme risk flaws and universal background checks. And I look forward to discussing this issue further during my time for questions. Thank you. Chair. Recognizes the gentleman from Arizona. Thank you. I'm sure. All of you panels for being here today in the members of the audience for being here. My questions, savannah, savannah. I'm sorry for the the the violence that you experienced in your life. And I want to just ask a couple of questions with regard to your your experience with the guns, and you indicate in your testimony that you were an owner, Vince when did you first begin getting when did you first get a gun, and what did you do to learn how to use it as such? So my grandfather, I called him pop up. He was always really into like firearms target training, all that kind of stuff. So it's something I grew up around. And I always thought it was really interesting, and when I was probably like eight or nine I went to him, and it was like I want to do this. And he's like, okay. Well, you're a child. So you have to prove that you're responsible enough for this. So he gave me I'm you've probably purchased a on. You know, how it comes with like an instruction manual, basically. He made me read that cover to cover any quizzed me on it. And it was only after that that he let me even pick up a BB gun. And then after that after training safety training, I had to be able to take it apart. Put it back together. All that kind of stuff. That's when he's like. Okay. Now. I'll teach you how to shoot a handgun at our local range. And so it's something that was probably when I was like ten and I'm twenty four now. So it's been about fourteen years before you went away to college. You you've been using been trained in using it for many years. Yes. When you went to college. Left home. I did I moved to Philadelphia from Norfolk Virginia. And did you take any guns with you? I did not it's it would have been illegal for me to have it on my college campus, and even transporting it could have been an issue 'cause I couldn't obviously drive it through Maryland, given their firearm laws, but now I didn't want to break the law. So I left it at home. So you. You made a statement in your in your written testimony, I obeyed the laws responsible gun owner and it ended with me being raped. I'm just one of countless examples of gun control benefiting assailants making victims sitting ducks. What if you would expand on that tell us what you mean by that? Sure. So with in my situation, personally, I was left defenseless. There was nothing. I could have done he snuck up behind me, and he attacked me. And there was I I'm just a young woman. And at the time I weighed one hundred pounds less than I do now. So there was no fighting him off. So that's what I mean in terms of my situation. But there are a lot of examples like the one of the top ones that comes to my mind is Nikki goes her who there is a lot at the time where you couldn't have your. You can bring a firearm endure restaurant, and so she law-abiding citizen left it in the car and her husband was shot and murdered in the restaurant, and she will violence survivors, savannah Lindquist, but at defend him. Well, thank you for being here today and get your willingness to to come and testify on a very emotional issue. And I am grateful for that. I appreciate that. Thank you. Malcolm. In congestion with with testimony. We just heard in your written testimony. You said the FBI does not record defensive uses of guns. That's right. And tell me why this show I'm not sure why they don't do it. I think that even if they did record it there were there are probably defensive uses of guns that are not reported to them because people are uncertain whether they would be somehow charged or not, but they don't record it. So the only way we have a sense of the defensive uses guns is.

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"savannah lindquist" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:33 min | 3 years ago

"savannah lindquist" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"She's been gradient from Washington about ten o'clock this morning live coverage of the House Judiciary committee, the begin a hearing on gun violence that committee is chaired by Jerry Nadler of New York. The committee at any time. We welcome everyone to this morning's hearing on preventing gun violence, a call to action. I will not recognize myself for an opening statement. The epidemic of gun violence in this country is a national crisis of an international embarrassment last in two thousand seventeen nearly forty thousand Americans lost their lives because of guns. In fact, every day in America on average, thirty four people are murdered with a firearm and whether one hundred eighty three people were injured in an attack, but well, no other country in the industrialized world with tolerate such in fact, gun deaths and most of those countries barely cracked triple digits annually. The United States is accepted as a grim reality by comparison in two thousand eleven for example, the United Kingdom at one hundred forty six that's due to gun violence, Denmark, seventy one Portugal, one hundred forty two Japan thirty last year in the United States was forty thousand two thousand sixteen study in the American journal of medicine found that compared to twenty two other high income countries related murder rate in the United States was twenty. Five times higher common factor in all of these other countries is that they have stronger gun laws. Our country. However is a washing guns. And we have the shameful death toll to show for it. Despite the obvious need to address the scourge of gun violence congress for too long is done virtually nothing. But now we begin a new chapter today. We'll hear from broad array of witnesses representing diverse perspectives on the issue of gun violence. They will help educate us on the scope of the problem. They will inform our consideration of various legislative options. So that we may at last take real action to address this crisis as we conduct this hearing today, we are reminded that one year ago next week seventeen students and staff was shot to death seventeen others were injured at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida, we have with us read Guttenberger who is a father of one of the students who were killed at parkland high school, and I think we have some others from Parkwood with us today to is horrible. Incident was just one in ever increasing series of mass shootings shocked at Asian in recent years. The mass shootings are just one way which the problem of gun. Violence has manifested donation every day guns are used the suicides domestic violence incidents gang violence is so many other tragedies gun violence impacts all of our communities rural urban suburban and no places of youth from its reach, including our homes, our streets our schools, even our places of worship. Clearly, we must change our approach to combating gun violence as challenging is. This problem is however, we do have the ability to address it and to make our citizens safer. Well, we have lacked in recent years is the political will we should remember that the second amendment does not prevent the government from enacting legislation to prevent gun violence, even just as even Justice Scalia acknowledged is two thousand eight opinion in district of Columbia versus seller. An opinion that upheld individuals right to possess a firearm his opinion for the court. He wrote, quote, like most rights the rights secured by the second amendment is not unlimited unquote. Congress has done almost nothing in recent years to address gun violence citizens across the country of an organizing demanding action as a result several states have strengthens their gun laws. I'm disappointed that it is lengthy state of the union address last night. President Trump did not see fit even to mention the need to protect our citizens against gun violence, but it is evident from the energy of the crowd of this room as well as the millions of people across the country fighting for sensible gun safety. Laws that the public is demanding national legislation to I'm particularly heartened by the mobilization, so many students and young people from diverse backgrounds from every part of our nation where now at the forefront of this effort, a joined mothers and fathers in calling us in calling on us to do more to create a future in which children. Do not fear being shot in school or on the streets. We have also seen many in our medical community, adding their voices to the movie shocked at how often they must treat gunshot victims. Devastated by the need to console the families of those who lost their lives to gun violence and stunned by congress failure to address. This problem is now time for congress to begin to answering these demands that is why we are holding this hearing today, we have a large panel of witnesses. And we wish we could have included even more people wanted to testify, including current members of congress would work very hard of this issue in recent years today. However. Is just the beginning of our discussion of these issues the hope to hear from many other people as the committee continues its work on this important topic. I wanted to know that we have with us in the audience today several survivors of gun violence as well as family members of those whose lives were lost the gun violence. I've already mentioned one such person. We thank you all for your courage and pretending today. Congressman Mike Thompson, chairman of the house gun violence prevention task force is here as well has worked tirelessly to bring attention to this issue, and is the author of HR eight the bipartisan background check act, which now is two hundred twenty nine cosponsors in absolute majority of the house. For too long, Congress's ignore the epidemic of gun violence that plagues his country after particularly heinous mass shooting we sometimes pause or promote of silence to honor the victims. But we do not need. Another moment of silence. We do not need more thoughts and prayers. We need a moment of action. Today's hearing is the first step towards that goal judiciary committee chairman, Jerry Nadler, I look forward to hearing from all of our witnesses. I now recognize the distinguished ranking member of the full committee, the gentleman from Georgia. It's the this his opening statement. Thank you. Mr chairman. And thank you for all who attended today and for holding this hearing on gun violence in America any form of violence without the use of a firearm is a reason for concern. And it is our job offer real solutions for families affected by criminal violence is good and right to reflect on the victims and their stories. What are their experiences have in common, and how can lawmakers respond to the factors? Fuelling Bollock across America is witness to many events of mass violence in recent years, yet, the common factors here aren't related to background checks for private sales. Thomas read, a former speaker, this house said one of the greatest delusions in the world is the hope that the evils of this world are to be cured by legislation. I'll take it a step further today. I think is the greatest cruelty in the world is to tell people you will help them in their situation with legislation and then try to pass off legislation. They would do nothing to fix the problems that you claim to fix in legal terms that's called fraud. We understand what is going on ever shown, and it was mentioned earlier. I appreciate the efforts of those who want HR eight and many who signed on but similar gun control. Measures would not have prevented Columbine, San Bernardino, Charleston or other tragedies it actually indicates our problem today is that we're too far unmoved by the realities of violence, victimization and murder. We're far too cockatiel offering bills that constraint law-abiding citizens without protecting them from the people who mean them great arm. We're far too comfortable talking about tragedy without learning its clearest lesson if we want to combat mass violence, we have to address the human factors actually driving it. This means acknowledging attempts to criminalize the second amendment. Do nothing to address these complex factors that turn our attention to the solutions that would one of my first acts in congress to ask President Obama federal firearm prosecutions fail. Thirty five percent under his administration while widespread violence continued to infect American communities, Chicago, for example, prosecuted only twenty five federal firearm crimes in two thousand. And eleven and then saw five hundred and six murders in two thousand twelve it seems clear that we're going to be in the business of rotting new laws to prevent violence. We should add mental I'm committed to enforcing the laws. We already high out next door to Washington, Maryland, illustrates, how miserably gun control fails to prevent violence. Meller Arlen requires universal background checks bans assault weapons, restrict magazine. Capacity and permits to permit purchasing guns, which then must be registered with the state all of these things that gun control advocates have asked for. But yet Baltimore consistently ranks among the top five cities for gun violence nationwide. Again, I'm poor my colleagues across the aisle to look at our cities in our schools and respond meaningful way, we best on victims of gun violence by looking at the evidence. Neither HR eight nor any of the proposed gun control measures would have prevented a single mass shooting in the last twenty years when we point the stories of tragedy without learning from them we exploited the victims, Mr Chairman in one thousand nine. Ninety nine Columbine destroyed families in Colorado in the weeks before we knew that the. Shooters were psychopaths and had visually given threats, but nothing was done law enforcement new they failed intercede Virginia Tech another issue where the murderer have an involuntary committed outpatient health facilities, but that was never uploaded into Knicks. And that was not done that had been he would've never been able to purchase the firearm a month prior to the navy yard shooting just out the blocks from this round the murder fodder. Police report claiming he heard voices in his head almost a decade before the massacre. He was arrested for shooting out the tires of a man's vehicle. He was not prosecuted for the crime a year ago this month students park on fell victim to a shooter him law enforcement at school counselors and recommended for mental valuation in two thousand sixteen according to CNN law enforcement received at least forty five calls about the shooter or his family and among the calls of the non jail specifically said he threatened to attack the school in another call today. FBI line significant price was never forwarded FBI's Miami field office in law enforcement took no action. If we let these tragedies teach us. We see that we need to focus on mental health and miss opportunities. While we careful to understand by no means are all those who suffer mental health illness, violent. We can increase public safety by improving. Our approaches to mental health are compassionate and care for mental health, but we also have the opportunity to help law enforcement better respond. It is my hope that we will begin to look at this problem with a larger more, honest approach the problems of the Bill H R eight are numerous, and if it was if I was here, many of you in this audience and many of the witnesses here. My question would be to the sponsors and cosponsors while they would give you a Bill that is written and guts itself with internally in the Bill and will not work. These are the things that affect mental health and safety. These are the areas that we need to work on. These are the things that we can continue to find common ground at the same time. Not offering a palliative exercise to say, here's something that will make you feel better. But not help you in the end with that. Mr Chairman, I do have one unanimous consent request. And that is the very. The wreck statement for the record by Republican whip Steve Scalise, and I'll have to I'm saying Mr Chairman, I'm very concerned that Mr. scully's who everyone in this room knows was very publicly involved in a shooting last year was we offer he wanted to come in in many times this committee has offered members the ability to testify and be apart. And then as we have done in the past leave Mr. Scalise was denied that opportunity. I think that is wrong. I'm having to put this into the record is something that should be addressed. It goes to the hearing that we're looking at right now, we're making it sound good. But in the end for those who've come looking for answers, don't find it in without a yoga committee ranking Republican member Doug Collins gentleman with without objection to document will be entered into the record. Note for the record the presence of congresswoman Robin Kelly of Chicago, we've been a champion of violence legislation. And I want to note that reason at MRs Scalise, we didn't have a separate panel. For members is because we are too many members not just misses Kalisa. Mister Thompson this Kelly and quite a few others. Would've wanted to testify and we decided debatable. It's a debatable decision. We decided that. Rather than hear from a lot of our colleagues who will have other opportunities to to to address this issue in congress. We'd rather from the witnesses, and Mr. around understand this up of the uniqueness of Mr. scully's, his testimony being denied, this voice is tragic for all who attend part of that especially from his perspective as a lawmaker who will be voting on and working with this issue and just because he probably disagrees with the majority should not have been reason to keep well he wasn't denied because he disagrees majority. Members Rosa we decided we had ever a hard and fast rule today. Otherwise, you would have been here all day with members. But in any event that was that was a decision. I look forward to hearing from. Well, so now introduce today's witnesses. Our first witness is aleisha Eastland is a senior at Margie sonum stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida, she's advocating on behalf of young people and people of color who experienced gun violence. She's also testified before the US Senate and has participated in forums on the subject, savannah Lindquist is a student at Old Dominion university in Norfolk Virginia where she studies girl. Science savannah serves on the North American executive order students for liberty and has publicly advocated for gun rights. She is also active in her local church and holds a number of leadership positions as soon organizations at Old Dominion university. Diane ladder is the president and founder of kids off the block in two thousand three she opened up her Chicago home to youth who felt threatened by gun violence. They end soldier on television to purchase computers to provide the young people seeking shelter in educational programs people at her neighborhood finally referred to her as MS Diane two thousand eleven CNN named her as a top ten hero of the year at the Joseph saccharin..

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"savannah lindquist" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"savannah lindquist" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Limits on assault rifles. I believe that the legislation will save at least one life. And it's my child who dies. I want him to know. And I want to know that I was here today speaking on that life more from Capitol Hill correspondent, Linda Kenyon. That's a layer Eastman, a survivor of the mass shooting at Florida's Marjory stoneman Douglas high school, we have had enough of gun violence in our schools, and our movie theaters are places of worship in nightclubs in restaurants on our streets and in our communities. She appealed to the House Judiciary committee to craft sensible gun legislation. Also, testifying was college students, savannah Lindquist who said if she'd had a firearm she might have been able to prevent her rape. But because of so-called commonsense gun control laws. I was left defenseless that night. This was the first gun violence hearing to be conducted on Capitol Hill in years. Linda Kenyon, Washington New Mexico. Governor Michelle Luhan Grisham is defending her decision to order withdrawal of national guard troops from the southern border attempt to militarize the border where we're dealing with asylum seekers who their constitutional rights continue to breach in this fashion rejected President Trump's claim that there's a national security crisis at the southern border. Meanwhile, the Pentagon announced its. Moving approximately two hundred fifty active duty US middle per military personnel. Either Texas in response to the expected arrival of a new migrant caravan house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says his committee will investigate beyond Russia into whether President Trump's financial infrastructure driving his actions. The president says there's no reason for shift to expand the probe and he called the chairman political. The Dow down twenty eight I'm Mike moss. President Trump's new tax law cut your taxes by over five trillion dollars. Now, you can benefit and reduce your taxes two zero. It's possible. The new bestselling guide the Trump tax cut shows you how the Trump tax cut by tax expert. Eva Rosenburgh, reveals hundreds of.

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"savannah lindquist" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"savannah lindquist" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"On checks and limits on assault rifles believe that the legislation will save at least one life. And if it's my child who dies I want him to know, and I want God to know that I was here today speaking on that life for from Capitol Hill. Correspondent Linda Kenyon. That's a layer Eastman, a survivor of the mass shooting at Florida's Marjory stoneman Douglas high school, we have had enough of gun violence in our schools in our movie theaters are places of worship in nightclubs in restaurants on our streets and in our communities. She appealed to the House Judiciary committee to craft sensible gun legislation. Also, testifying was college students, savannah Lindquist who said if she'd had a firearm she might have been able to prevent her rape. But because of so-called commonsense gun control laws. I was left defenseless that night. This was the first gun violence hearing to be conducted on Capitol Hill in years. Linda Kenyon, Washington New Mexico. Governor Michelle Luhan Grisham is defending her decision to water withdrawal of national guard troops from the southern border to attempt to militarize the border where we're dealing with asylum seekers who their constitutional rights continue to be breached in this fashion. Governor Grisham rejected President Trump's claim that there's a national security crisis at the southern border. Meanwhile, the Pentagon announced its. Smoothing approximately two hundred fifty active duty US middle per military personnel into Texas in response to the expected. Arrival of a new migrant caravan house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says his committee will investigate beyond Russia into whether President Trump's financial infrastructure driving his actions. The president says there's no reason for shift to expand the probe and he called the chairman of political hat on Wall Street..

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