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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:17 min | 8 months ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

"Frederick right now it is 21 in manassas and we have 30° now in friendship heights And it's 7 40 here at WTO P and now to just a terrible story that played out yesterday afternoon near Harrisonburg Virginia two campus police officers at Bridgewater college were shot and killed and police say they captured the suspected shooter a short time later Bridgewater college president David bushman says the anguish is deeply felt over the killing of the two beloved campus officers What happened here today is senseless and tragic it's heartbreaking Described as close friends the officers are identified as John painter and JJ Jefferson Corinne Geller of the Virginia state police as the suspected gunman was taken into custody in the town of Bridgewater not far from the campus The man identified as Alexander Wyatt Campbell 27 years of age was suffering from a non life threatening gunshot wound It was immediately unclear if Campbell was shot in an exchange with campus police or shot himself He's been killed without bond facing four felony counts including murder News Now governor Glenn has ordered all flags in Virginia to be flown at half staff on all local state and federal buildings and grounds and they'll remain at half staff until sunset A Democrat controlled committee in the Virginia state senators voted down governor junkins pick for secretary of natural and historic resources Former EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler's name was the only one not approved by the committee but this may not be the end of Wheeler's nomination chances democratic state senator Joe Morrissey had previously indicated he's open to backing Wheeler and with one Democrat joining Republicans his name could be at it again to the resolution As president Trump's EPA administrator Wheeler oversaw the rollbacks of some environmental protections implemented under president Obama When Maryland governor Larry Hogan delivers his final state of the state speech tonight he won't be standing live before a joint session of the General Assembly for the second year in a row Hogan has decided to deliver that speech on video this time from the old Senate chamber in the state House in Annapolis That decision made to avoid having delegates senators and dignitaries all crammed into the House of delegates chamber during the pandemic Senator William Smith junior Montgomery county Democrat has offering the democratic response Smith shares the Senate's judicial proceedings committee Most people in Maryland are vaccinated against COVID but it's still a different story with our kids Fewer than half of our 5 to 11 year olds have gotten their shots in and arundel county That news concerns the county health officer We've kind of stalled out in terms of vaccination rates in the mid 40s Doctor nilesh kalyana Rahman is encouraging moms and dads to get their kids back He says it will help protect them and their families as we continue moving through this COVID era and we still are in the thick of it while new cases and hospitalizations have dramatically fallen from record highs They're not close to our record lows He says vaccines are key and urges folks not to forget the flu Hospitals are starting to see flu patients as the COVID volume goes down And yes that means another shot Hillary Howard W TOP news In fairfax county 48% of kids age 5 11 have gotten at least one vaccine dose compared to 30% in D.C. in prince George's county 30% of kids age 5 through 9 have received at least one dose And up ahead here on WT we are getting all set for the big reveal this morning for the burgundy and gold could be within the next 1520 minutes maybe a little bit more than that We'll keep you updated keep it here at 7 44 Hi I'm rich McKenzie owner of metropolitan bath and tile with some great advice about bathroom remodeling Customers tell me all the time they're remodeling their bathroom in preparation to sell their house There's no doubt that remodeling that bathroom will certainly enhance the value and sailability of the house But why wait and remodeled it for the enjoyment of the new owner If that customer would have remodeled that bathroom ten years ago it would have cost 30 to 40% less than today's prices and they would have been able to enjoy the beautiful new bathroom for all those years And built a metropolitan's high quality standards that bathroom would still look like new and would still.

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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 8 months ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

"The commanders the defenders how about the red hogs What will the new name of the Washington football team be As we've been reporting this morning we do expect to learn the team's new nickname later this morning so keep it here for the answer Has a team of reporters covering today's announcements from FedEx field also reaction from all across the area Now one thing we do know is the burgundy and gold will keep its team colors 6 22 now Russian president Vladimir Putin says Moscow is willing to talk more to ease tensions over Ukraine Despite the fact that the U.S. and its allies are ignoring its security demands But a top military expert says it's all designed to manipulate the United States After the U.S. won the Cold War it lost a step We had in the Cold War large cohort of experts that were well versed on Russia We don't have that now and we're paying the price Alexander vindman former director of European affairs for the National Security Council that price the perception that the U.S. is distracted Distracted by internal problems and competition with China He says the Kremlin's using that distraction to manipulate the U.S. They execute a series of pre programmed steps to indicate the potential for confrontation and immediately you could see a fear creeping in But recent U.S. actions suggest that's over JJ green WTO P news When Marilyn governor Larry Hogan delivers his final state of the state speech tonight he won't be standing live before a joint session of the General Assembly For the second year in a row Hogan has decided to deliver that speech on video this time from the old Senate chamber in the state House in Annapolis The decision was made to avoid having delegates senators and dignitaries who crammed into the House of delegates chamber during the pandemic Now senator William Smith junior and Montgomery county Democrat will offer the democratic response to the speech Smith chairs the Senate's judicial proceedings committee Up next in money news big profits in 2021 for a General Motors It's 6 24 Varicose veins are extremely common especially in women Doctor Chrissy maloney a vascular surgeon at med star heart and vascular.

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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

"Your free estimate today It's now 5 ten will illegal challenge to the school mask order signed by governor Glenn youngkin is being heard today in a courtroom in Northern Virginia It's a lawsuit filed by 7 school boards in Virginia and it's scheduled to be heard at 1 o'clock this afternoon in Arlington circuit court The school boards include those in fairfax county Alexandria and Arlington county they're asking the court to immediately block governor Jenkins executive order that tells families that they have the ability to opt out of school mask mandates after he signed the order junkin told WTP We granted parents The option of deciding whether they want their child to wear a mask or not But the school boards argue that his order violates state law Nikki and Ellie doubled TOP news The democratic controlled committee in the Virginia state Senate has voted down governor Glenn young's pick for secretary of natural and historic resources Former EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler's name was the only one not approved by the committee The panel did not take issue with any of the other cabinet appointees but this may still not be the end of Wheeler's nomination chances Democrat Joe Morrissey has previously indicated he's open to backing Wheeler and with one Democrat joining Republicans his name could be at it again to the resolution As president Trump's EPA administrator Wheeler oversaw the rollbacks of some environmental protections implemented under president Obama When Maryland governor Larry Hogan delivers his final state of the state speech tonight he won't be standing live before a joint session of the General Assembly For the second year in a row Hogan has decided to deliver the speech on video this time from the old Senate chamber in the state House in Annapolis That decision was made to avoid having delegates senators and dignitaries crammed into the House of delegates chamber during the pandemic Senator William Smith junior a Montgomery county Democrat will offer a democratic response to the speech Smith shares the Senate's judicial proceedings committee Some residents of the district get $8000 in annual.

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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In Timonium. Hello, Mike. Thanks for holding. Hello, Derek. Hello. Yes, I can't Okay. Great. I've got a different spin on this Briana Taylor in incident in specific and these a lot of these events in general. It seems like in every instance the portrayed event event doesn't even come close to resembling the actual event. By the time that the facts are abroad, the light The media has pretty much and activists have taken hold of this entire situation and acted on it. And the problem is, it's very hard to react that way. When you're behind the eight ball what it's nearly impossible to correct the record once the record is out there, hands up. Still shoot. Don't shoot. Still, people who believe that Residue residue Jacob Blake through otherwise I remember the first heard about Jacob Blake Guy shot seven times by police. When he was trying, he was called to break up a fight. A man that police just really screwed up there and then you find out now he wasn't called to break up a fight between two women when he was at a house where he was violating a restraining order, and the woman called the police on him. She's the one who accuses accused him of sexual assault, and he fought with police. You'd never believe anything in the 1st 24 hours, but unfortunately, that's when you lay the cement was watching some show about making pools last night. Where there blowing the gun. I concrete And they say, you gotta you gotta mold it because it sets really quickly. That's the narrative. That's how the left works. They moved quickly to set the narrative that correct it later knowing full well, the correction won't get nearly the play that the original did. How quickly did it they? I mean, how long did it take? So find out that you are employed. Had three times or four times the lethal amount of fentanyl in her system. How about just the body camera footage where he's sitting there unmolested in the car, saying how he can't breathe already, like OK, That's a problem now you can fault the police for saying Why don't you call an ambulance at that point if he can't breathe, appreciate the call Mike, we're up against the news for dough so coming up next Now keeping you connected with the latest views. This is talk radio 6 80, wcbm and wcbm dot com. Good morning, It's 10 30 on Michael Philip Ellie in the 60 80 Wcbm, Maryland New Center with headlines Making news this hour Maryland Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee held a third day of virtual hearings on police reform yesterday. Some lawmakers are calling for a repeal of the law enforcement officers Bill of Rights, saying it protects and shields police misconduct. The hearings were held ahead of the legislative session begins, which begins in January. A South Carolina man will spend 20 years in federal prison for a string of armed Carjackings around Baltimore's inner harbor. 27 year old Quentin Price admitted he fired a gun in a June 2019 Carjacking, then shot at a passing car. He also carjacked another after hitting the driver with the butt of his pistol and pulling her out of the car by the hair. Prince George's County executive, Angela Alsobrooks is not playing with fire when it comes to Kobe 19 restrictions. She said yesterday that her county will not move forward into phase three of reopening. Governor Larry Hogan moved the state ahead into phase 3 September fourth. Hogan's decision gave each county the choice on what is best for their jurisdiction. It appears as if a settlement has been reached between two men in the Baltimore City Police Department and its gun. Trace taskforce. Omar Burley and Brent Matthew sued the bpd, and Sergeant Wayne Jenkins for $40 million. For their wrongful conviction in a 2010 accident that reportedly started with a pursuit by Jenkins. A child playing with a lighter is to blame for starting a Wednesday afternoon House fire in Salisbury. No injuries reported. Turns out that bad decision cost the family over $100,000 in damages and a place to stay. The Red Cross provided assistance to the family. Wcbm news time. 10 31 will have a brief look at sports and the Weather Channel forecast is next. Okay, so good news.

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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hey! 30 latest news headlines. Thanks Appreciate it. Members of the Maryland Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee met for a second day to discuss police reform bills. One measure calls for state prosecutors to investigate cases of excessive force involving police officers. Another Talks about the public access to police body cam video. Baltimore City Council president Scott is currently reacting to the Kennedys. I'm sergeant Kentucky Grand jury's decision regarding police of the killing of Briana Taylor. Scott says an interaction with police should not be a death sentence. Restaurant Association of Maryland, says the suspension of indoor dining to 75% capacity is not doing enough to help businesses struggling to stay open amid the Corona virus pandemic. And it isn't critically injured as being ejected from the vehicle during a crash and south Baltimore last night. Infant is a Johns Hopkins pediatrics following the crash. Sports in your lottery numbers coming up. You haven't filed tax returns or tax. I'm Greg with strategic tax Resolution, a local firm that helps people with iris and state tax issues. Sleeping giants awakening as the IRS and state collections ramp up and you need to be prepared. Don't wait for the government to take the first step. That's on a plan. You need to act now and start the process on your terms. Do you know what government program is best for you? Do you know all the options? You better cause now 443367.

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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

"The widow of the late Senator John McCain, is endorsing Democrat Joe Biden for President. President. Trump has had a fraught relationship with members of the McCain family since he disparaged the Republican Arizona senator during his 2016 campaign. Till now, the McCains have stopped short of endorsing trumps rivals McCain's back and could give the former vice president of boost in Arizona, which is a crucial swing state. President Trump is expanding a ban on funding for certain diversity training. Earlier this month, the president told his administration to stop paying for race theory, diversity, training and federal agencies. That order is now expanding to cover the military and government contractors. The president tweeted that the training was an effort to indoctrinate government workers. Last week, President Trump announced plans to establish a commission to promote what he called patriotic education. Who gets to decide how police should be disciplined. Montgomery County is considering a bill to give the police chief more authority supporters and opponents spoke out on a Montgomery County bill on police discipline. Torrey Cook with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge. 35 represents 1100 County officers. If the way we address police discipline in Montgomery County is a real problem, the police chief And the counties. I could have a legal tool. That tool is collective bargaining, said Cook. He opposes the bill that would allow police chief Marcus Jones to take disciplinary action without being subject. Union negotiation in some cases, Jeffrey Rubin, with Jews United for Justice also opposed the bill, but for a very different reason that enables the police to investigate themselves. Reuben mentioned the law enforcement officers Bill of Rights, which in his view should be abolished. Kate Ryan w T o p News Maryland State send panel has started three days of hearings on police reforms. Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee is discussing 15 reform measures that they plan to take up in the legislative session in January. Democrats say it's important to act in a historic time. But Republicans say all 15 measures are sponsored by Democrats and they weren't even asked to submit legislation. Virginia lawmakers have killed legislation calling for eliminating mandatory jail time for assaulting a police officer. The Billa drawn heated opposition from Republicans who said it would send the wrong message at a time when law enforcement has come under attack during nationwide protests over police brutality and racial injustice. Tropical depression. Beta has been parked over the Houston area, dumping enough rain to cause flash flooding in several spots, and the flood threat continues through midday. Today, many were caught off guard. This man ditched his car just in time. Others ignoring the warnings. Where's he think he's going? More than 100 High water rescues in Houston as tropical depression barely budgets? That's hope this system will We'll start moving at a quicker pace. Five. Other storms have already hit the golf this year. Some homes are still without power. Almost a month later, there is more rain in the forecast. No relief for a storm weary region. Janet Shamlian, CBS NEWS, Houston. A national book festival usually sets up the Walter E Washington Convention Center. But this year the Library of Congress presents it virtually Friday through Sunday. We have more than 55 live author Engagement's over the 120 videos on demand, Festival director Jared MacNeil says This year's themes include Fearless women. Chelsea Clinton, Angela Dominguez and Pam Manu. Does Ryan hearing black voices We have Veronica Chambers, Jerry Craft, Nik Stone and demonic Chrissy in the 21st century..

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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"More than ever depend on 105.9 FM, A cumulus stations. News male news. It's seven I'm Maria Leave. We now know when. On Saturday, we'll hear who President Trump wants to fill that slot on the Supreme Court getting very close to having a final decision. Very, very. I'm gonna make it. I believe at five o'clock on Saturday, I'll be having a government. Meanwhile, word tonight that the organizers of the women's march are now planning a day of protests on October 17th in the hopes of delaying any sort of action on that vote. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell thing that a vote's gonna happen. We have an obligation under the Constitution should we choose to take advantage of it? With a president of the same parties the Senate to advance the nomination and will certainly do that this year. The Supreme Court economy and Cove it among the topics plan for the first presidential debate next week. Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace. We'll ask President Trump and former Vice President Biden about their records, the Supreme Court covert 19 race and violence in US cities in the integrity of the elections. The Commission on Presidential Debates is released. The topic selected. Each of those segments will be 15 minutes in length. The first debate is next week. Tuesday, September 9th at case Western Reserve University in Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News, Maryland Senate panel has started three days of hearings on police reforms. The Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee Started discussing 15 reform measures that they plan to take up in the legislative session in January. Democrats think it's important to act and historic time, but Republicans they all 15 measures are sponsored by Democrats, and they weren't even asked to submit legislation for perhaps the last time for the last time over the next decade. The final appeals are going out for you. Do your civic duty. Just a few more days remain to complete. The 2020 cents is fairly Governor Larry Hogan out, reminding residents who've avoided their deaths. Any old duties to have themselves counted. Every single response is necessary to secure funding for healthcare, schools, hospitals, roads and other essential services. Hogan says. Maryland is one of the top states herself. Response to the survey. You have until the end of the month to fill out your form at 2020 census dot Gov. John Matthews on Ellen W. A male doctor. Attorney General William Barr, announcing arrests in multiple cities resulting from a federal initiative to stop surges in crime. Attorney General Bar says the arrest and charge updates highlighting nines Cities range from 27 detained in Memphis for more than 200 in ST Louis. Looking at the country as a whole. The attorney general says the effort is paying off. We've made a 35 100 local, state and federal arrest with more than 800 defendants charged with federal crimes. Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit and Albuquerque were among the city's reporting new arrests. Operation Legend began in July and his name for legend Tala Pharaoh, a four year old in Kansas City, shot and killed by a stray bullet. Scott Fox News. Lorraine's arrested Camp Pendleton. A federal grand jury indictment charges one Marine and three civilians with conspiring to distribute narcotics like Oxy codeine laced with fentanyl, A second Marine is charged with being an accessory after the fact this drug distribution conspiracy resulted in the sale of narcotics to another Marine who died of an overdose. Earlier this year. The U. S attorney in Los Angeles says Lance Corporal Anthony was in and stole the drugs. Two Marines and Lance Corporal Ryan White tried to obstruct the arrest of wasn't it and they're accused drug Supplier, Also named in the indictment to others are named as selling the drugs to civilians and Marines. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News doubled your mail, traffic and weather next proud.

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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The way. I think another big day. The day yesterday was the Sally Yates hearing. On Capitol Hill, and it is clear now after what she said after this to this question Poster by Senator Lindsey Graham and chairman of Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee who, by the way, Josh Holli did a great job yesterday to get a chance to see that Posted on Twitter that Sean Casey 6 80 The point really, is that Jim Comey is going to be the fall guy. The ax will fall on Jim Comey to protect Obama. Biden at all. When you heard about the interview, you got upset, didn't you? I was upset that director coming didn't coordinate that with Doesn't acted unilaterally. Yes, I wass That Comey go rogue. You could use that term is Coming. Went rogue. He acted unilaterally. I didn't know anything. I know nothing. She doesn't know anything. Obama didn't know anything, but I don't know anything. She was at the meeting with Obama and Biden and Susan Rice, and somehow she's being mentioned as a report out today. Susan Rice and Camel hairs Top two. They're the final two contenders. Toby Basement, Joe's running mate. So it's just amazing. Right for 10 wcbm security, our number. And by the way, this Montgomery County order that first off they had the order. And then Governor Hogan countermanded the order, and now they think they've got the best of Governor Hogan cancelled his order. The whole order they put out yesterday is a lie. And I'll tell you what. It's a lie, because when you look it up The positivity rate off tests or cases. In Montgomery County. Statewide. It's a little over 4% statewide. We're doing pretty good in Maryland. The statewide positivity rate yesterday. 2.5 to percent. So they're acting as if this thing is running amok in Montgomery County and Montgomery County schools again. The same precautions the rest of us who have been deemed essential. That the same risks we take. Others can make sure that they take in in order to protect our Children who need to go back to school. Can you watch magically all this will be well disappear on November 4th or fifth. If we have election results take 2020 minutes after the hour, and you're on the morning drive with Casey and Elliot. Back to the calls and comments. No momento. I'm.

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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

"That racism is a public health issue I see god's hand moving this way Jerry Springer the dismantle white supremacy I think Ohio right thank Y. emergency Floyd's body will now go to Houston where he lived before Minneapolis for another memorial in the coming days with the November election just around the corner president trump may be losing support of fellow Republicans sources close to a growing number of party leaders including former president George W. bush told The New York Times that those leaders won't back the president's reelection summer weighing whether to publicly support democratic nominee Joe Biden the times says former defense secretary Jim Mattis is criticism criticism of the president last week intensified the soul searching as did comments by Republican senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska who told reporters she's struggling with whether to vote for the president still political analyst Larry Sabato says even if the reports are true the voices coming out against the president won't pack much of a punch with Republican voters they're just not influenced by these people anymore the bush Republican Party is dead and has been for years the only new people on this roster are those who have actually served Donald Trump during the past four years and I've seen up close and personal how unstable president trump can be former chief of staff John Kelly would not say whom he would vote for them he did say he wished we had some additional choices police chokehold disciplinary records in the use of old military equipment those are all topics of a sweeping package of laws a Maryland Maryland lawmaker wants to have considered Maryland state senator William Smith is the chair of the Senate judicial proceedings committee in Annapolis and he wants to see police reforms made into law including one that would require officers to see misconduct by others to report it you get two or three officers are out and one observes the other doing something wrong that it's incumbent upon it's required by the other one was not to intervene and stop that misconduct Smith says he's got good relations with local and regional police department these issues have all been before us before so we have these discussions in in years past so you're looking for to continue and that's Kate Ryan WTOP news just ahead claims that there's evidence China is trying to keep the U. S. from getting.

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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

"Given me complete whiplash in terms of what I witnessed in the past like week you know it's gone from complete may have to what is now essentially a political twist on Coachella there's a go go truck parked a block for me there is drumming going on behind me and there's chanting against racial injustice happening to the left of me I mean this is a most curious combination of music and political activism I think I've witnessed you know that's WTOP's Alessandro Alvarez the log consisting WTOP news a growing feud between president trump in DC mayor Muriel Bowser has led to harsh words on Twitter mayor Bowser is grossly incompetent and in no way qualified to be running an important city those are the words of president trump on his Twitter account as he responded to the mayor's demanded that all federal law enforcement and military personnel be taken off DC streets we are subject to the whims of the federal government sometimes they're benevolent and sometimes they're not president trump claims the federal resources saved mayor Bowser from embarrassment by helping to restore order after things turned violent but Bowser says the federal presence is unnecessary and inappropriate neckline Elie WTOP news arson investigators are asking the public to help find the people who vandalized and burned the AFL's CIA headquarters CIO headquarters rather in DC investigators with the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives said the building on sixteenth street northwest was broken into during demonstrations in DC last Sunday night they believe about two dozen people took part in the burglary and vandalism the lobby was also set on fire damage to the union's headquarters is estimated at about a million dollars the ATF DC arson and explosives task force has released photos of the people involved in the initial break in the reward for info leading to an arrest and prosecution in the arson is now up to fifteen thousand dollars Sarah Jacobs WTOP news police chokeholds disciplinary records military equipment for police these are all the topics of sweeping packages of laws a Maryland lawmaker wants to consider Maryland state senator William Smith is the chair of the Senate judicial proceedings committee in Annapolis and he wants to see police reforms made into law including one that would require officers to see misconduct by others to report it you have two or three officers are out and one observes the other doing something wrong that it's incumbent upon it's required by the other one was not to intervene and to stop that misconduct Smith says he's got good relations with local and regional police departments these issues have all been before us before so we have these discussions in in years past so I'm looking for to continue in that sketch Kate Ryan WTOP news a look at sports on the way it's twelve fourteen there's a new way of funding.

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WTOP

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

"Was like smokers ma'am homeless people because we spoke to George they feel like they would the president because that's how you made to feel family attorney Benjamin Crump called for justice for the four police officers charged in Floyd's death so we the river now Sharpton delivered a eulogy saying America is kept its knees on black people for for centuries Lucien of the service in a minute and forty six second moment of silence CBS news special report I'm bill Rakoff it's five twenty two police chokehold disciplinary records and military equipment for police it's part of a sweeping package of bills in Maryland Maryland state senator William Smith is the chair of the Senate judicial proceedings committee in Annapolis and he wants to see police reforms made into law including one that would require officers to see misconduct by others to report it you get two or three officers are out and one observes the other doing something wrong that it's incumbent upon it's required by the other one percent to intervene and to stop that misconduct Smith says he's got good relations with local and regional police department these issues have all been before us before so we have these discussions in in years past so I'm looking for to continue in that case Brian WTOP news money news next five twenty four here's Cameron Terry federal CTO and vice president for pre sales engineering at dell technologies on hybrid strategies for today's new normal sponsored by equinox government solutions were eventually going to get to a point where we're gonna stop talking about cloud as a primary technology because we're gonna fully recognize it's an operating model it's modern engineering rather than the destination listen to the entire panel discussion on federal news network search Achronix critics is the leading strategic data center platform for.

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WTOP

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

"Alexa it's eleven oh five new this morning eight people now being tested for corona virus in our area seven of those cases are in Maryland and one in DC most of us have heard about the corona virus outbreak of course but how many of us are taking steps to deal with the potential risk that's the question a new beltway poll conducted by heart mind strategies on behalf of WTOP the online survey of about four hundred people in Virginia Maryland and DC shows more than eighty percent of people are concerned about what the corona virus could mean to the global economy and air travel but only fifty four percent are concerned about it affecting their day to day routine and activities the survey shows only a quarter of people polled are canceling travel plans and only twenty percent are stocking up on supplies including food and medicine the staff people are taking their washing their hands more often Neolog consisting WTOP noon and that poll has a margin of error of plus or minus five percent a measure to ban untraceable so called ghost guns is scheduled for a hearing in Maryland that bill is before the Senate judicial proceedings committee today those guns are homemade weapons made from component parts that do not have serial numbers or other identifying markings up ahead the fed has announced an emergency interest rate cut what that means for you with CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger next eleven oh seven bear X. I. R. S. struggles were nasty ten years of unpaid tax returns iota all the money in taxes you know I started getting letters and unbelievably complex things generate a tax code is so complicated that if you don't pay your tax professional do your taxes you're gonna screw up yeah complex problem I did not think anybody could follow Eric's whole life was about to go down the drain so he called optima tax relief was able to make sense out of a huge disaster and optimised opted to say the least Eric was very relieved they got me out water that's for sure optimist made me a boatload of money and got me out of a horribly complex situation huge relief and a huge weight off my shoulders Maskey confusing tax problem.

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WTOP

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WTOP

"Who have dropped out and rally behind Joe Biden went to candidates said the main thing we have to do is to face trial trump they really meant it for a complete guide to super Tuesday visit our website W. WPW IMAX math you have to vote or be in line by seven tonight to cast a ballot in this democratic presidential primary all the junior voters are eligible since Virginia doesn't register by party you do need to bring a photo ID if you forget one you can cast a provisional ballot and show your idea in the next few days this is only the presidential primary Virginia's congressional primary is in for a few months Maryland's presidential primaries in April D. seizes in June Max Smith WTOP news and Max will bring you live results part of our team coverage tonight here on WTOP and we'll be streaming at WTOP dot com and on the WTOP app new this morning eight people are now being tested for the corona virus in our area seven in Maryland and one in the district but it appears that far more in the region are concerned about the effects of the corona virus on the global economy and on air travel they're more concerned about that than about their daily routine that is the finding of a new beltway poll conducted by heart and mind strategies on behalf of W. T. O. P. the online survey of over four hundred people shows ninety percent of us in Virginia Maryland and DC know about the corona virus outbreak eighty three percent are most concerned about the global economy eighty two percent of worried about air travel but only fifty four percent are concerned about their day to day activities people are washing their hands more but only a quarter are canceling travel plans and fewer than one in five has stocked up on supplies including food and medicine Neil logging steam WTOP news a new poll with a margin of error of plus or minus five percent a measure to ban untraceable so called ghost guns is scheduled for a hearing in Maryland today the bill scheduled to go before the Senate judicial proceedings committee today ghost guns are homemade weapons made from the component parts.

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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Country every time you use your cell phone those big companies constantly partner with the left but who's partnering with you patriot mobile pages mobile is the only company protecting the constitution with every call you make by donating a portion of your bill to conservative causes recently they supported the sanctity of life at the March for life plans include unlimited talk and text reliable nationwide coverage and no hidden fees don't wait to support your values go to page at mobile dot com slash Gorka get a free Motorola moto Z. three play when you add one or up to four lines of service plus they'll give you a free gift to call a U. S. based team at nine seven two patriots visit patriot mobile dot com slash V. O. R. K. Hey cool cool nine seven two patriot once again nine seven two patriot patriot mobile dot com slash Gorka motors is adding twelve hundred jobs a two Michigan factories those plants will build midsize SUVs and two new luxury sedans GM says it's Lansing delta township plant will get a third shift in eight hundred more workers to build the Chevrolet traverse and Buick enclave SUV is which of three rows of seats the Lansing Grand River plant will get a second ship and four hundred more workers to build two new Cadillac sedans the CD four and CD five employees laid off at other GM factories will build your jobs first then workers will be added John Scott reporting prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seeking reelection for the third time in under a year then once again at the Israeli leader is on the ropes after two inconclusive elections last year opinion polls forecast another stalemate that's a troubling scenario for Netanyahu who will go on trial on corruption charges just two weeks after the vote on Monday breaking news analysis a townhall dot com looking to add attempted carjacking attempted armed carjacking to list of offense is juveniles at least sixteen years of age can be charged with as adults current law states the juvenile courts have jurisdiction in these cases but Senate bill two forty eight would transfer these offenses to the Maryland circuit court unless a reverse waiver a transfer into the juvenile court is filed by defense attorney and granted by judge identical legislation last year was voted down in the Senate judicial proceedings committee the horse trotted Round Rock reporting Boyer has the pole for the NASCAR Cup series race in California at Fontana Sunday afternoon holding off six time race champion Jimmy Johnson in.

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"New luxury sedans GM says it's Lansing delta township plant will get a third shift in eight hundred more workers to build the Chevrolet traverse and Buick enclave SUVs which have three rows of seats the Lansing Grand River plant will get a second shift and four hundred more workers to build two new Cadillac sedans the CD four and CD five employees laid off at other GM factories will build your jobs first then workers will be added John Scott reporting hi Mr Benjamin Netanyahu is seeking reelection for the third time in under a year and once again at the Israeli leader is on the ropes after two inconclusive elections last year opinion polls forecast another stalemate that's a troubling scenario for that young who will go on trial on corruption charges just two weeks after the vote on Monday breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com looking to add attempted carjacking attempted armed carjacking to list of the fence is juveniles at least sixteen years of age can be charged with as adults current law states the juvenile courts have jurisdiction in these cases but Senate bill two forty eight would transfer these offenses to the Maryland circuit court unless a reverse waiver a transfer into the juvenile court is filed by defense attorney and granted by judge identical legislation last year was voted down in the Senate judicial proceedings committee the horse trotted Round Rock reporting Boyer has the pole for the NASCAR Cup series race in California at Fontana Sunday afternoon holding off six time race champion Jimmy Johnson in.

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"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The shelves above super Tuesday the governor of talking about the campaign as they move along with the Tuesday is going to make a break for an awful lot of people are March third is social got two more real about it we go so if you're going to go our talk here this morning about two of Merrill police officer shot of both expected to survive the suspect a former corrections officer who'd on outstanding warrant they were short of murder attempted murder I should get involved way was was killed and that's a good thing we're talking about the outstanding warrants absolve you just read the story the one with the R. Bruce about the state lawmakers are out there trying to get out of the balloon releases you know any in here we did it as sort of releasing balloons we should be concerned about the release of criminals okay instead of filling potholes we should be worried of filling the jails instead of banning plastic bags let's band criminal illegal aliens from our population and of course is that a word about changing diapers what we're changing our elected officials because they both they both traffic in the same thing those who will not enforce the law of the ship via activate and governor Hogan is right on point when he says look these Democrat lawmakers don't care it's very very frustrating it's something I'm focused on every day you know just since a legislative session is started we fed thirty nine more people murdered and a thirty day sense legislatures started and we still don't have action on our top five crime legislation and we're just gonna keep pushing to try to make sure we get some action yeah just amazing so word forty one homicides in the city now and of course we've got others throughout the offer of the state by the way this is what they're up to Michael Bloomberg is every town for gun safety is out right trying to body Maryland politicians with expensive Ruth's Chris steak dinners I have been told I have so looking to invitation was sent to me it reads the you Bellamy gun group on behalf of our client every town for gun safety cordially invite the members of the judicial proceedings committee for cocktails and dinner Wednesday February twenty sixth red Ruth's Chris steak house in Annapolis now you might say how was that legal because they have like the whole committee is one nine yeah they wanted him and dynamically that whatever the case may be and remember the past that the lawyers ago that anything over twenty five dollars of the report right yeah it was pretty much like when you want and I mean by saying was have a lunch at McDonalds it's for but just in a bigger scale right a much bigger scale that much more expensive skill now it is on a person legal because the entire committee has been invited and it looks name these number we've got the chairman the will of William Smith vice chair Jeffrey walled striker Joel Carter's on that committee who wants to be your next to a member of Congress you know Robert castle Lee Cheryl Hellman Michael Hoff Susan Lee Justin reedy from Carroll County Charles said nor Christopher west now Ronald young those are the four now I don't know if all of them are going to attend correct or not but this is an attempt to metal body the vote of legislators on the Senate judicial proceedings committee by Michael Bloomberg using his money and other taking other than on wine and dine with Ruth Chris steak as I mean it just stinks to me well the the argument souls of people understand what's going on here is that you get to a certain point and it's not simply a matter of well let's lobby you it's a matter of how many really nice dinners will it take to in essence Brive you to vote my way yeah that's in our if if it's not a nice dinner at the Ruth Chris doesn't do it maybe we are take you out on our yacht through the Chesapeake Bay maybe we should have a conference in in Acapulco somewhere this coming weekend of course you know we'll invite all the members of the committee but that's really what's going on is is how much non cash or cash equivalent contribution would it take to convince somebody to a vote in their favour well I've always thought that some sunshine sunlight is the best disinfectant and it from Bloomberg is every town for gun safety want to come before the Senate judicial proceedings committee argue of of of bill that they wore their in favor all over if they want to go out and grab every gun in the state of Maryland let him do it where everybody can see right where everybody can hear but to do this at Ruth Chris I don't know well of Ruth Chris at home no casting.

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"senate judicial proceedings committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Cities homicide total this week with over three hundred for the first time since twenty sixteen America's listing the fox if you've ever used a weed killer you have to hear this message on attorney Matt Morgan Morgan Morgan recently one of our lawyers as part of a team that help secure a verdict for couple who contracted cancer after using round up if you were a farmer casual Gardner or anyone else who has used weed killers you may not know that study suggests that life is the main ingredient in roundup may increase the risk of non Hodgkins lymphoma Monsanto allegedly was aware of the risks posed by round up but failed to disclose them to the pop if you were loved one were diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma and you have to use roundup you could be owed money for damages contact us today for a free case review you pay nothing unless we recover money for you Morgan Morgan for the people call eight four four nine four three one two seven eight eight four four nine four three one two seven eight attorney advertising prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome over fifty offices nationwide main office Orlando Florida WZVN news time ten oh three good morning I'm Michael Phillip alley in the six eighty W. C. B. Amerila news center with the headlines making news this hour Maryland's incoming Senate president has formally announce some key leadership changes for two Senate committees senator bill Ferguson announced that Howard County Democrat senator guy goes on will be the new chairman of the Senate budget and taxation committee which steers state spending McGovern county Democrat senator will Smith will chair the Senate judicial proceedings committee a popular of that will be putting an apple as residents in the holiday spirit this weekend he's poured yacht club lights parade Indianapolis harbor and surrounding waterfront tomorrow night and parade goes from six PM until eight PM and parking in the area could be very limited ride sharing service lift is doing its part to make sure.