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Fresh update on "senate judiciary committee" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"My mother knew that she was raising two black daughters who would be treated differently because of how they looked growing up. Whenever I got upset about something my mother would look me in the eye and ask, So what are you going to do about it? Paris checks a lot of boxes. She's not only a woman of color she's been tested in major campaigns in the most populous state in America. She was California's top law enforcer as attorney general. She showed her interrogation skills is a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, notably in the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh, and she showed her debating skills by directly confronting Biden during the presidential campaign. Correspondent Mary Bruce says, We'll be able to see her again. Soon. In the debate form, Harris is poised to turn those famous debate skills on Mike Pence. They are set to debate in just two months. And while the president is eager to cast Harris as a radical and far left, Trump himself used to support her before running for President Donald Trump donated $6000 to harass his campaigns. Another top contender for the VP slot was former national security adviser Susan Rice, She told NBC's Today show she is all behind the Biden Harris ticket. She has a track record. She has a voting record. She's been quite clear. Oh, and she will be on this ticket in support of Joe Biden. It's not her who's top the ticket there. Team Joe Biden leads that team and Joe Biden's policy positions are the ones that were all committed to supporting. Harris is the daughter of immigrants, a father from Jamaica and a mother from India. Her mere presence should serve as a powerful counterweight to President Trump's anti immigrant policy. Shakaar Bondo says Kamala Harris is a good fit.
Fresh update on "senate judiciary committee" discussed on Here & Now
"In California will now receive automatic alerts from an earthquake Early warning system, Science reporter Kevin Stark explains. Area tech giant Google announced that earthquake warnings are now fully integrated with its operating system. That's roughly 1/3 of all the states smartphones. That means phone users could hear a warning blaring before shaking from a major earthquake begins. Giving them a few moments to protect themselves. Google also announced that Android devices are detecting earthquakes all around the world. The phones have tiny accelerometers that pick up seismic activity. That information will show up for users, possibly minutes before official data from USGS and others. I'm Kevin Star City News they area housing advocates are urging state lawmakers to pass a B 14 36. Legislation that would shield renters from evictions during the covert 19 pandemic. A statewide moratorium on evictions is expected to end Friday, but legislators say the bill is unlikely to pass before then. Fred Blackwell is the CEO of the San Francisco Foundation. While many Bay Area counties have their own eviction moratoriums, Blackwell says stronger laws are needed to protect low income and unemployed residents. We've gotta have statewide leadership has gotta be done in a coordinated level, because without that, we know that folks will fall through the cracks. The California apartment Association said it strongly opposes the bill. The legislation heads to the Senate Judiciary Committee next week in Oakland. I'm Brian what Thanks for listening to the.
Fresh update on "senate judiciary committee" discussed on Lee Matthews
"Alicia Andrews is Joe Biden. Selecting Kamala Harris to be his running mate makes a well rounded Democratic party tickets. The fact that the ticket is moving a little bit more to the left, which is where the Democratic Party is going. I think that this makes our our ticket where it needs to be at this point in time. Paris is political history will be explored. Now that she's buying running mate Gillian Turner report terraces best known on Capitol Hill for her work on the Senate Judiciary Committee. She jumped to the nation's attention during 2018 confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh when she tussled with chairman Chuck Grassley before he's even introduced the star witness. The move garnered instant scorn from Republicans that still last. She was quick to stake out a position in support of Cavanaugh's accuser. Christine Blasi, for her record is a California prosecutor has been a constant subject of debate. On one hand, she angered California law enforcement and some Democrats when she didn't pursue the death. Guilty for the killer of San Francisco officer Isaac Espinoza. But she was also criticized for her treatment of marijuana cases and failure to change the money. Bail system Governor Kev instead hoping other Oklahomans.
Fresh update on "senate judiciary committee" discussed on This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal
"California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate ahead of the November presidential election. She is thief, first Black woman and first woman of Asian descent. Nominated for vice president by a major party. She is the daughter of a Jamaican father, an Indian mother. Miss Harris, who's 55 was elected to the Senate in 2016 then ran for president Last year. She dropped out of the Democratic primary after failing to settle on messaging reaction from fellow Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota on Fox News. I'd use the word tough. I think that's good, I'd use the word of someone who has grit and strength. Ms. Harris, the former attorney general of California, gained attention for her tough questioning of Trump Administration nominees who came before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Current vice president Mike Pence my message to the Democratic candidate for vice president Congratulations. I'll see you in Salt Lake City. Mr Pence and Miss Harris will debate in Utah on October 7th. Meanwhile, she and Mr Biden are set to appear together in Delaware today..
Fresh update on "senate judiciary committee" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Choose to Continue to play this season. Make sure that the universities there working with them on protocols to ensure their health and safety during the course of the season. Speaking in Beaumont yesterday, the governor also addressed school reopening plan, saying it's up to individual districts to decide when asked about Texas bars and wineries. Governor Abbott says the state's infection rate and number of hospitalizations Are still too high, well more Dr Pepper is on the way. The soda maker confirming there's a national shortage due to the pandemic, but urging fans to hang tight company tweeting out that it's running low on flavors and working to restock shelves. Charm and then replied quote. Welcome to the club. We feel your pain. Totally paper was, among, of course, the first items to run out its back in stores now, but most of the nation is still waiting for disinfecting wipes to return. It's news. Time is now for 03 A Kamala Harris is political history will down Look through is she now becomes Joe Biden's running mates, Ferris's best known on Capitol Hill for her work on the Senate Judiciary Committee. She jumped to the nation's attention during 2018 confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. When she tussled with Chairman Chuck Grassley before he'd even introduced the Star witness. The move garnered instant scorn from Republicans that still last. She was quick to stake out a position in support of Cavanaugh's accuser. Christine Blasi, for her record is a California prosecutor has been a constant subject of debate. On one hand, she angered California law enforcement and some Democrats when she didn't pursue the death penalty for the killer of San Francisco officer Isaac Espinoza, But she was also criticized for her treatment of marijuana cases and failure to change the money bail system. That was Fox's Gillian Turner reporting. The Astros looks strong last night for their second game against the Giants at Minute Maid Park. Already up by two Alex Bregman gives a souvenir to the fans in the stands. That ball's club deep left field did Bregman go.
Rep. Matt Gaetz files criminal referral against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
"Facebook, and I'll have to admit I have a dog in the fight. In this case, we have a Facebook page. It's a number of years old. It's got quite a number of followers to it. Not as many as the big Hollywood celebrities, but Listen, I'm glad for every single one and we didn't buy one of them some people by their followers. I don't If people want to follow my Facebook page, that's fine. I think we put up good content there. But I do have a beef because Facebook has on occasion either Shut us down and not for anything that was untoward. Many times. They just say we don't know why it shut down. Your site just doesn't work. But there's a reason that conservatives do not trust Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg, I think broke the law when he told Congress that his company is politically neutral. Gateway Pundit Reports of Congress and Matt Gates today filed a criminal referral against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. And why what crime did he commit? You lied to Congress under oath that is a federal crime gate cited Project Veritas undercover investigation that found two brave whistleblowers. And he sent a letter off to the US Attorney General Bill Bar, his press really said during a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and a joint hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Senate Commerce Committee. Mr Zuckerberg repeated that's the head of Facebook, Of course, Mark Zuckerberg repeatedly and categorically denied that his company engaged in bias. Against conservative speech, persons policies or politics. He also denied Facebook censored and suppressed content that was supportive of President Donald Trump and other conservatives. In June of 2020 project Veritas published the results of an undercover investigation featuring two whistleblowers who worked his Facebook. Content moderators revealing that the overwhelming majority of content filtered by Facebook's A I artificial intelligence program was content in support of President Donald Trump. So in other words, they were filtering out pro trump content. They also filtered out content related to Republican candidates for office or conservatism in general oversight is an essential part of Congress's constitutional authority. I think that Mark Zuckerberg knows exactly what they're talking about. And if it is the CEO of Facebook, he doesn't know all he needs to do is call in the people in charge of content, moderation and say, Is there a pattern to what we are excluding? And is there a pattern to what we're including if he didn't do that before he went to talk to Congress? Then he did it deliberately. You know, if you know that you're going to talk to Congress and you say, what are they going to ask me about? Well, they're going to ask me about conservative content filtering. Great. I'm going to call in the heads of those various departments and I'm gonna ask him straight out. Are you filtering Mohr Conservative content. If you are, I need to know And if we are, then we need to either justified or Corrected one of the other if he kept himself deliberately ignorant of the facts of things going on inside his own company. That's not an excuse to lie to Congress. And maybe maybe this criminal referral will actually get his attention. By the way, I got this e
Roger Stone calls black radio host Mo’Kelly a racial slur during interview
"Me on the line is the Roger Stone. We're right in the middle of a hot and heated debate about whether there was a material lie or whether there was any knowing intent to deceive or mislead the federal government. And we're in lock pitched battle the moment Roger Stone you were saying I was saying that there is no underlying crime here. But again, we have an MSNBC that I would be charged with espionage, treason, conspiracy against United States, money laundering, mail fraud, wire fraud. Aiding and betting a conspiracy cyber crimes, including unauthorized access to a detective, computer cyber crimes, including receipts, distribution of stolen material, Yet I'm not indicted with any of those, although you will read in the media that that indictment was coming for almost two years. So where are the serious crimes here? And while we're at it, there will be a full investigation into bay in October of 17 which by the way, is three months after Robert Mueller already knew there was no rush inclusion. When asked about this before the Senate Judiciary Committee ride. Rosenstein said that he did not approve the investigation into Roger Stone, which we know from the document that he did on October 26 40 17. So in other words, Rosen seeing Guess what lied to Congress about a material matter. What's he being charged? I don't know. Just standard. That's my argument. You know, I do believe that certain people are treated differently in the federal justice system. I do absolutely believe that. But I also believe that your friendship and relationship in history with Donald Trump weighed more heavily than him. Just wanted to make sure that justice was done by AH person in the justice system that you were treated so unfairly. There are thousands of people treated unfairly. Daily. How your number just happen to come up in the lottery. I'm guessing it was more than just look. Roger, right? What was she like arguing with me? I'm sorry, was that Roger. Roger. I'm sorry. What did you say? I'm sorry. You you argue with him. I thought we were having just a very spirited conversation. What happened? Would you not like to continue the conversation, sir? I hear that the line is not dead. You're back. I don't know what that is. Well, Yeah, I was, uh, I was talking and you said something about Negro, so I wasn't exactly sure. Our did not Okay. You know your mind your mind? I okay. Well, we'll let the listeners decide.
Democrats demand investigation over firing of powerful New York federal prosecutor
"US senator Dianne Feinstein is calling for hearings to look into president trump's recent firing of a federal prosecutor who was investigating members of trump's inner circle key committee Sir Husayni reports in a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Feinstein demanded an examination of political interference in the removal of Geoffrey Berman as U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York Berman's office was involved in investigations of individuals connected to the president but it's unclear exactly why Attorney General William Barr tried to remove him and Feinstein says bars intervention in this and other matters involving the president quote undermines the integrity and independence of the department of justice president trump has said he wasn't involved in the firing calling bar very
Mayor Turner, Sen. John Cornyn and Sen. Ted Cruz hold roundtable on police reform
"The speakers at this morning's Houston roundtable on police reform is Texas senator Ted Cruz just when we thought that those two national disasters we have seen enormous racial divisions divisions really really pulling pulling at at the the fabric fabric of of this this country country senator senator Cruz Cruz says says the the rhetoric rhetoric of of the the black black lives lives matter matter movement movement is is inaccurate inaccurate and and harmful harmful he he told the Senate Judiciary Committee this week a lot of improved since the days of Martin Luther king junior fifty years ago
Senate Judiciary Committee held hearing on police use of force, qualified immunity
"Senate Republicans are set to unveil their proposed changes to police procedures and accountability of their packages to be introduced Wednesday a day after the Senate judiciary committee held a hearing examining the use of police force impairs winter Johnson reports a panel is taking up the issue amid the nationwide demonstrations against the police killing of George Floyd in other instances of racial injustice democratic senator Cory Booker says the pressure is on to make substantial changes to the nation's policing system will we meet this moment in history and actually do something real or will we find ourselves back here again a year from now three years from now Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham says he wants to reform police departments not to define them more accountability the national registry of that how many people actually die in police custody the time has come to create a system to combat a broken system the hearing comes as Senate Republicans craft legislation to address police brutality house Democrats plan to vote later this month on their proposal which includes a ban on the use of
Trump signs executive order on policing
"Well president trump today is expected to sign an executive order on police scene while the Senate judiciary committee holds a hearing on police reform CBS news correspondent Natalie brand is in Washington several black families with loved ones killed by police are expected to meet with president trump today before he signs a new executive order on policing it's expected to outline standards for the use of force and call for a database to track officers with complaints we want law and order and we want it done fairly justly here on Capitol Hill the Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing this afternoon on police use of force Republicans are expected to soon introduce legislation that includes restrictions on show
Senate committee approves over 50 subpoenas for investigation of Mueller probe
"Stories the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman could start issuing subpoenas to pursue its investigation into how the Russia probe against committee voting on party lines to authorize giving chairman Lindsey Graham full authority to issue subpoenas for up to fifty three individuals I think we need to look long and hard how the Muller investigation got off the rails Graham says he wants to get to the bottom of how the FBI began looking into ties between Russia and the trump campaign he pointed to an inspector general's report that found numerous abuses of the FISA courts in the early stages of the
Rosenstein to testify as part of Graham's Russia investigation probe
"Former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein of Maryland will testify next week at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the justice department's Russia investigation that come from South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham who chairs the committee Rosenstein's appearance in a week will come at the first federal oversight hearing of the committee's new investigation Rosenstein is a pivotal figure in the Russia probe because he's the one who appointed Robert Muller's special counsel the committee hearings are part of a broader effort by allies of president trump to call into question decisions and actions made during the Russia
Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Senate Judiciary Committee lines up its first witness as it looks into the Russia probe Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham says former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein will testify on Wednesday as the committee opens an investigation of the FBI's Russia probe Rosenstein is a key figure in may twenty sixteen he appointed Robert Muller's special counsel to investigate potential ties between the trump campaign and Russia Rosenstein also authorized reviewing FBI applications to monitor a former trump campaign adviser Carter page last December the justice department inspector general concluded there were serious mistakes and omissions in F. B. I. applications to monitor page Mike Rossio Washington
Graham calls Rosenstein as first witness in Russia inquiry
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting rod Rosenstein will testify about the Russia probe on Capitol Hill next Wednesday former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee next week as the panel looks into the justice department's Russia investigation senator Lindsey Graham the committee chairman said Thursday Rosenstein will testify about the new revelations contained in a report from justice department inspector general Michael Horowitz the report released in December concluded the Russia investigation opened in July twenty sixteen for a legitimate basis but it also says there were serious mistakes and omissions in F. B. I. applications to monitor a former trump campaign adviser Carter page might cross CO Washington
Graham to probe Russia investigation; won't call Obama
"The Senate Judiciary Committee is launching an investigation into the start of the Russia probe but will not call the previous president to testify South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham chairs the committee should there ever been a Mauler investigation was a really any evidence in twenty seventeen but Graham is rejecting president trump's call to help former president Barack Obama testify about unmasking trump adviser Michael Flynn when Flynn surfaced in intelligence reports that would open up a can of worms and I have for for a variety of reasons I don't think that's a good idea he says the judiciary committee will investigate the justice department decision to dismiss the case against Flynn and possible abuses surrounding the investigation of former trump campaign adviser Carter page Jackie Quinn Washington
COVID-19 is pushing notaries into the digital age
"To create wills online for quite some time but the thing is that after you create a will you probably have to get it. Notarized and that is usually an in-person transaction recent years lots of states have made laws to allow digital motorization and the cove in nineteen outbreak has pushed more states to do the same as more and more people are making wills online one of those people is Meghan Bowen about six weeks ago. She was home in Reno Nevada when she started to feel sick. I started to get a fever and a headache shortness of breath and thought. Oh no what if I have this? She's forty five with two kids. Who are both teenagers? She's divorced and she just never gotten around to creating a will or medical directive is enough to make me go wow. I'm not being very responsible for my kids. Future need to clean this up so and called Nicole. Harvey an attorney. Based in Reno who specializes in estate. Planning Nevada. Had a stay at home order in place and Harvey's office was closed so for the first time in my practice we're doing electronic wills which entails remote notary. Nevada is one of twenty three states that have permanent online motorization laws. In place. Notaries in those states use an online platform validate clients identity by comparing their face on video. Chat to their photo ideas. And asking a series of questions like you'd see a credit check. One question might be zero are five addresses which one of these or you associated with in nineteen sixty eight. That's Bill Anderson Vice President of government affairs at the National Notary Association. A trade group then the lawyer the clients and the notary all meet on video the client signs the documents with mouse clicks. Everything's recorded the online notary platform. Say It's just as secure as an in person transaction so it's easy in those twenty three states. The other states are rushing out solutions. Many of the state executive orders put in place temporary procedures for being able to notarize documents using video conference type solutions like Zoom. Another twenty three states. Now let notaries do their jobs using a combination of video and document sharing Anderson says these emergency versions are a little less secure. But it's still something and the Senate Judiciary Committee is considering a bill that would allow online notification. One downside remote motorization costs more because of platform an extra licensing fees. The National Notary Association says the National Average is twenty five dollars to get something notarized online in person services top out more like fifteen bucks but doing everything on. Line can also make the difficult task of creating a will a lot less intimidating. Here's Megan Bowen again. I Pictured Estate Planning and Trusts in Wales long meetings in back and forth and collecting lots of pieces of paper in reviewing things over and over again and it was so much simpler than that and also on the plus side. Bowen is feeling fine now and hopefully won't need that will anytime soon
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Not the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing testimony this morning as part the confirmation hearing for Justin Walker the thirty seven year old federal judge backed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for a seat on the most powerful appeals court in the country Linda Kenyon has more senator Dianne Feinstein the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee says judge Walker has praised efforts to strike down the affordable Care Act or obamacare why in the middle of the pandemic should we support a nominee who would take away healthcare from millions of Americans George Walker explained when I wrote that op ed I was not a District Court judge I was an academic if confirmed the thirty seven year old judge was six months of experience would serve a lifetime appointment on the DC circuit court of appeals the second highest court in the country Linda Kenyon Washington questions surrounding the origins of the coronavirus have sparked a war of words between Washington and Beijing correspondent Ivan Watson reports that the news media in China is poking at the U. S. over its numbers the virus cases Chinese state media has taken the rhetoric up a notch with an anchor recently highlighting the fact that the US has the highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths in the world and going on to say that the U. S. is quote the main exporter of the Nobel coronavirus Fresno county says its parks will re open soon during the media briefing call Tuesday the county department of public health announced that all county parks will reopen on may eleventh after mother's day the county shuttered all of its parks to help fight the spread of coronavirus back on April third on Wall Street the Dow is down around fifty points hovering at twenty.
Safety or surveillance: drones and the COVID-19 pandemic
"Police departments in the. Us have started using drones as a way to try to deal with the Kobe. Nineteen crisis in California Florida and new. Jersey officials have used drones to get messages to homeless communities or warn people to stay apart and respect social distancing but some drone companies are making even bigger claims that they can remotely detect fever for example or use facial recognition to see if. Someone's wearing a mask. And those kinds of claims have civil rights groups concerned Ryan. Kahlo is a professor of law at the University of Washington who studies emerging tech and policy. He said it's good. That people are thinking creatively but I think that the use of a drone is going to make people feel uncomfortable. The place I really think is problematic is trying to us. Drone technology coupled with artificial intelligence to try to figure out if people are far enough away from one another or to try to figure out whether people are sick while it might be technically lawful if you have the right license to do it to use drones to keep people apart that it contributes to an already anxious environment. It can be a distraction and especially. I wouldn't take it to surveillance when you say drums that claim they can tell if people are sick. Is this the the thing where companies claim? They're drones can sense. The body temperature of people they're hovering over. There's no shortage of people out there selling technical snake oil at any time. These systems have already been deployed in places like grocery stores and airports. And what these devices are. Detecting is unlikely really to correlate for for what you're what you're looking for and is likely to lead to many false positives and negatives again you already have a group of people who are who are anxious who are concerned and then to to put some inscrutable flying robot in the mix just strikes me as profoundly unwise however even if it's not drowned we do seem to be seeing a steady march toward surveillance. How much are you worried that? This is going to be an excuse to implement all kinds of surveillance. I'm very worried I mean so. So it's interesting because there are a number of efforts to try to create an APP that you can just download on your phone. That's supposed to keep you safe and that the idea would be if I knew if you went near anybody that had tested positive for virus you get a Ping and that somehow this is going to be a tool that can get us out of our houses and without risking infection so either you might be reassured that there's no instance of Corona virus in your community when in fact there is or conversely. You might be cowering at home because every couple of days you get a ping telling you you need to self quarantine and so. I think that there's a big difference between using TAC as part of the solution and falling back on tech solution them. However you gotta think that the ladder is an opportunity for tech companies who have come out in force and said we have A. We have an APP for that. We have a a camera. We haven't artificial intelligence algorithm that can more accurately predict the movements of the crowds. Should we ignore all of that? Or are you saying they're some of that could be good but we gotta be careful. I think that some set of companies are looking to their own data and asking questions. Like how can we be useful? So for example Kenza. Which is that thermometer. that's connected. That purports to tell you where there is a spike in fevers. Your they WANNA be useful with that data according to the testimony of their CEO. At a recent Senate Judiciary Committee hearing that I also testified at. They want to be useful with that data and it could be a tool it has. It has some problems in some perils but then conversely you have situations where it seems at least to me personally that companies are just responding to social pressure especially from the White House to do something. You're innovative. You have all this data you have all this attention of the public. Do something and that. These companies are doing whatever they can to discharge their obligation and to and to get rid of the pressure to do something without actually confronting any of the hard problems. And so I think both are going on right. Even sometimes within the same company the mobility reports that Google was doing we're useful but conversely when Google teamed up with Apple to create a framework or an API for contact tracing APPs. They really did kick a lot of the hard issues down down the road and they created an architecture that might be privacy friendly being that it is decentralized but doesn't solve a lot of the hard problems that trying to use. Apps to automate contact tracing create. I think both you know I think. Sometimes companies are legitimately trying to look at the data. Say how we can help. Other companies are trying to do something so that they look like they're doing something and still others are selling snake oil that whole ecosystem is out there. Rank as low is a professor of law at the University of Washington. Police departments in Florida and Connecticut said they have considered using drones that claim they can remotely detect fevers high blood pressure heart rate and breathing rate. Say they've put those plans on hold for now over privacy concerns
McConnell's focus when Senate comes back will be on judges
"Also what Donald dot com the GOP controlled Senate plans to go to work next week on confirming trump's judicial nominees barbecue reports sudden center will be debate over holding hearings for Justin Walker nominated by president trump to the DC circuit court of appeals based in Washington it handles cases related to Congress and several departments of government Senate Judiciary Committee chairman senator Lindsey Graham is expected to hold a confirmation hearing on Wednesday an idea that's already being opposed by Democrats who argue Congress should be focused on the coronavirus Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has vowed that the virus will not derail his aggressive pace of confirming trump's nominations but thank you
This bill to protect children may also put your privacy at risk
"Alford. You've got a nice explainer on the earn it act and you've got to break this down for me because it is extremely dense first off. What does the earn it? Act Propose yet you're right. It is extremely dense. But what the heck is proposing is basically making Tech Company's earned section to thirty protections now section. Two thirty is a part of the Communications Decency Act in Nineteen Ninety six basically protect platforms from being sued or content. That's posted on their own. So if I'm a restaurant and somebody needs a bad review on yelp. I can't sue YELP for that. I would have to sue the person that actually posted that. So it's a big part of what allows Forms to grow and also what allows for three expression on why So that is what they're proposing there saying. You have to follow these standards to protecting children online or you do not at this protection. That would basically keep your website alive and that is. That's a deal breaker for tech companies. Right if you don't have section two thirty protection you're basically just it's open game terms of lawsuits. They basically companies could not function without production. Right if you think about it like thinking about how many posts are on facebook a day and I. I think there's something along. The lines of like one billion hours of video is being watched on Youtube every day. Now think about like how many lawsuits could comfort that. And there's a very good chance it could lose these lawsuits end. They which shut down like immediately. Or if you're like a new website like looking to start out and you know you all of us are liable for all of this because you don't meet the standards Yeah it's not really much of a guideline or best practices so much as it is basically. If you don't do this you're done so let's take us through. What are those guidelines? What exactly is the government? Proposing in this instance the guidelines are not established by this bill guidelines are going to be established by mission Established by this bill where the three of the members are the heads of the Justice Department the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Homeland Security. That is where the issue really comes in for a lot of privacy insecurity experts because the Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department has spent many years basically trying to get rid of end to end decryption saying that it prevents them from catch criminals. It prevents them from being able to solve investigations. And you know in the past the just had this at the FBI mover encryption for terrorists and then before that they were saying you know drug dealers are using this online and we can't like catch like these drug kingpins because that those arguments clearly didn't work because you know we're still afforded encryption and technically he's not really into those pressures but now with the earn it act. The idea is going at this from the angle of child exploitation which is a much harder political angle to fight against right. Legislators can go out there and say no I actually support you know our children online. Yeah that that's that's what fascinated me is because there there's a different goal and the goal is not as never outright stated right. It's ultimately what they WANNA do is is to insert a back door into facebook apple various systems. But it's never outright ever said and interesting like the press conferences that have been scheduled. The public statements of May have all been about a exploitation of children online. And how to prevent that? And it's it's interesting the way it spawned because you're right politically you can't be on the other side of that argument right. It just doesn't make any like you can never win that argument by saying yeah. I'm I'm for that but just as work right. Yeah and I think that's kind of why. So many tech policy experts have been looking at this thinking. It'll actually does have a pretty good chance of getting momentum on Capitol Hill and I think you're right to point out the security risks at privacy risk here because like encryption is what protects your communications not only from being viewed by people who have stolen your phone or potential hackers but also government regimes and the idea that the government has been trying to propose is. They can't do these investigations when things are encrypted and they want waffle acts as which is basically. Give us a specialty. That only police officers or only investigators can use to messages. But that that's kind of fall short when you look at all. The government ater leaks. That have happened in cybersecurity. Tools have been stolen from the NSA and the CIA where these are were also tools. That were only meant to be used by the government and have been used five militias hackers because right when the government says trust us. We'll we'll make this will michigan this back door safe and only use by us. It's hard to buy. The argument given there have been a lot of examples. Where that's that hasn't been the case right. Yeah and that. That's definitely the biggest argument against Lawful access I had a hearing about this December where Apple At basically told Congress look like we can't make a key just for the good guys like that's not how that works so it'll be interesting to see where this goes on Capitol Hill. There's definitely a lot of noise about it from privacy and security advocates. But also you know there. There are organizations like the National Center for missing exploited. Children backing this bill and like seven out of the ten senators. That are backing this. Bill are on the Senate Judiciary Committee which will be having a hearing on this tomorrow. It's important to note. This is not a Parson issue. There are there are senators and representatives on both sides both parties. That's what this bill. I believe it's four. Republicans and six Democrats that are sponsoring bill right so it was a rare instance where we have these parties. Who agree on an issue. I guess what's interesting to me is I mean beyond beyond the spinning. It's interesting that they're taking this tack now because you know I think back in two thousand sixteen we we we saw this before apple versus the FBI were. There was a big battle there. Fbi wanted some sort of way to get into the iphone apple refuses really kind of when it crystallized apple's kind of big pitch on security and privacy as a featured in its products and clearly in the court of public opinion the the need for security and encryption for the services kind of one out. So that's why it's interesting to me that they're taking this different tack than really going after making this an issue about protecting children as opposed to getting getting you know having backdoor access for the good guys quote. We started seeing that angle Around the time. Facebook said that they were GONNA start encrypting. Their Messaging Services says facebook is responsible for reporting about sixteen point eight million Cases back in two thousand eighteen to The National Center for Missing Exploited Children. So the idea was that if you're going to encrypt these messages. That is a big way. That child predators get in touch with kids in groom them into you know meeting them later on and things like that and if you're encrypting these messages as you're not going to be getting these kinds of signals you're not stop. These pedophile is using FACEBOOK MESSENGER. So that is around the time when? I saw this guy you front and this new angle the Justice Department and I think the fallacy surrounding that from what tech policy experts have told me is that yes. It's true that facebook gives like eighteen like sixteen or eighteen million reports per year. But the difference would be that. Not much of that is actually enforced. So there's like they'll give them these reports but like this center is not like law enforcement agents a they. Just give the COPS AFTER. It's very like it's not clear. How much of that is actually acted on? There was a New York. Times report about you. Know faced with not being able to handle all of these These chat exploitation posts or ramping up like a severe amount and how much they reported. But I think I think the problem still comes down to the federal government doesn't have the funding or resources te actually tackle that so even if you know they provided a back door ear or follow these guidelines. Whatever they might be. I think it still boils down to the question of this actually protect children and you know unless you have investigators and resources that can actually use that kind of
Riot boosting bill passes South Dakota Senate committee. Utah Senate passes MMIW bill to create task force. Lakota writer remembered as advocate, leader and family man.
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzalez South Dakota's riot boosting. Bill got a thorough hearing at a special meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday night. After nearly two hours of testimony from opponents committee members still voted six to one to pass the bill along to the full. Senate for floor debate. The state says the law fixes problems that were deemed unconstitutional. In last year's version of the bill opponents say it still restricts speech and assembly through intimidation Victoria. Wicks has this report dictators and is a lobbyist for the South Dakota Sheriff's Association. He says law enforcement officers can use the riot boosting law as a tool to protect opponents as well as proponents for Smith has never perceived their part in this. Play to be one-sided when we go to one of these we see our job as the one that is supposed to protect both sides but some opponents say they were at standing rock protesting the Dakota access pipeline and there they saw government and private security officers intimidate an attack protesters now. They're afraid the riot boosting law will offer an even greater threat of arrest and prosecution in South Dakota one of them is joy braun a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe an organizer with the indigenous environmental network. She says some interactions with law enforcement officers at standing rock. We're friendly and pleasant. Sometimes they trade with US. Sometimes they smudge with us. I shook their hands but she says not. All interactions were positive. How do I reconcile when there's Twenty Eight Jersey Barriers in twelve feet a razor wire and they're throwing water? Camman's Atas for six hours and twenty eight degree. Fahrenheit weather who protects US Braun asked the senators to uphold the First Amendment as ardently as the uphold the second for National Native News. I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota the UTAH. Senate passed a bill this week which creates a missing and murdered indigenous women and Girls Task Force Nine members will include state lawmakers advocates tribal citizens and law enforcement. The group will work with tribes and report findings to the legislature in November. The task force mirrors other efforts in neighboring states Arizona and New Mexico. The bill now heads to the Governor. Lakota rider. Charles Trimble. Who passed away. This week is being remembered for his contributions to native American journalism and his work in Indian country as an advocate and leader. His niece. Judy Cornelia says has professional accomplishments fill volumes including as an engineer founder of the American Indian Press Association and Executive Director of the National Congress of American Indians. Cornelia says he was a caregiver to his entire family and was like a father to her generous with his time and wisdom. He was a complex but simple man who really embodied the fundamental tenets of our yacht day our family our tribe our culture you know that generosity the understanding compassion commitment to The family instead of you know his personal his personal eagle and while he was you know respected and honored across the globe. I think the things that he treasured most were the appreciation of his family for the things that he gave us. When I say family I don't mean just blood I mean the Oh yuck. Ar tribe that gained so much from him he was stellar. Trimble was born on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. His health had been declining in recent months. He died a little more than a week before his eighty fifth birthday. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
AP source: Barr tells people he might quit over Trump tweets
"A source in the administration tells the AP that Attorney General William Barr after president trump nor his warning about interfering with the justice department and being under pressure from Democrats to call him the president's personal lawyer is considering his resignation trump has tweeted he has the legal right to intervene in criminal cases add his confidante Roger stone should get a new trial after being found guilty a witness tampering and other charges bar has picked up support from other trump allies including South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee to McGuire Washington
Proposed ban on assault weapons rejected by Virginia lawmakers
"An effort to ban assault weapons in Virginia has failed Allana wise of member station W. A. M. U. reports Republicans in the legislature scored a victory for democratic lawmakers broke party lines in Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee killing the Democrats supported bell the proposal which would have banned high capacity magazines and so called assault weapons we now go to the state crime commission for study in a statement one of the dissenting dems senator Scott storable said the session had neither the time nor the votes to pass the bill the move comes as a blow to stay Democrats who had attributed much of their historic success in the last election to an emphasis on gun safety measures Monday's rejected bill was one of eight measures proposed by governor Ralph Northam a Democrat to curb gun violence for NPR news I'm Allana
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"A Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey Graham doesn't see it that way your cranium president did not feel threatened he was the target of the phone call he felt fine with what happened the president asked Ukraine's leader to investigate Joe Biden's son he also as a leader to talk with his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and Attorney General William Barr there was no mention of nearly four hundred million dollars in military aid that was withheld and later released to Ukraine boxes racial Sutherland in Washington the call prompting house speaker Nancy Pelosi to launch a formal impeachment inquiry against the president America is listening to fox news. on this. this is the movie with Chad Blair on news radio eight thirty K. H. V. H. good morning this is Chandler with today's report from civil B. dot org three out of four four wives federal politicians support an impeachment inquiry into president Donald Trump after serious questions have been raised about whether he used his position to target Joe Biden US senators may zero Nolan Ryan shots and representative that case all Democrats support the house of representatives in query called by speaker Nancy Pelosi but tell C. Gabbard who is seeking the democratic presidential nomination poses it she says it would be the visit of the case said that the allegations that trump pressure to foreign country crane to investigate a domestic political opponent and withheld foreign assistance this leverage goes to the core of this or any president's constitutional duties and our national security. speaking of gabber she will be back on the presidential debate stage next month one of at least a dozen presidential can tenders of qualified so far on Tuesday in a new poll showed her with two percent support among registered to Hampshire voters and gives Gabbard the four poles necessary to qualify under Democratic National Committee rules to participate in the coming debate in Ohio set for October fifteenth and possibly October sixteenth. and finally a twelve year old Hawaii law that authorizes the department of education to offset the cost of building new schools in areas of anticipated growth has been poorly administer that has left eleven million dollars of potential fee revenue on the table reflection agencies laws a fair approach for the law's implementation the report comes from the state office of the auditor this week relates to the delete the ministration of the so called school impact fees law passed by the legislature in two thousand seven to allow the deal to collect fees from builders of new residential projects certain designated districts to fund the construction of additional school facilities all to accommodate population growth in these areas but the deal is a ministration of the program has been beset by poor oversight a lack of will define policies and procedures and inconsistent calculation of fees at times were based on questionable assumptions and inexplicable delays and left tens of millions of dollars of potential revenue by the wayside to read more about these and other stories. some of.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on KCBS All News
"One zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time to twenty President Trump is directing the FBI to launch a supplemental investors. Gatien into his supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh at the request of the Senate Judiciary committee. Mr. Trump said in a statement that the updated investigation which comes in response to sexual misconduct allegations must be limited in scope and completed in less than one week the decision marks a reversal for the administration, which had argued that cavenaugh has already been vetted. It's been an incredible day. We are going to get the very latest break down a little bit with KCBS political reporter dyke sovereign. It was quite a morning in the Senate Judiciary committee today. Yes, it was. We could say that first of all there was a lot of angry rhetoric from from senators as as we saw before but more when they're leading up to the vote than there was a walkout by almost half. Or maybe more than half of the democratic senators protests in the hallways and Jeff flake came back. And I said he was gonna yes, then they were huddling went on and on and on but bottom line. They did vote to send this nomination to the Senate floor eleven to ten but with. The caveat that there'd be another week of an FBI investigation supplemental investigation. And now the procedures been followed today and President Trump has indeed ordered that. So the FBI will reopen. They'll do a supplemental check they'll get it done as quickly as they can they have a week to finish. Doug is often the case in the wake of a blockbuster move like this you hear two very different spins on what this might mean. For those at the center of it. And certainly in this case that would be judged cavenaugh, the the conventional wisdom would be that that extra week allows for more in-depth digging and things that could come out and so forth, which would be bad for him. Some pundits are suggesting though that if only it nothing comes out nothing new comes out in two weeks time that Republicans have lost all cover for denying his confirmation. Well, you mean Democrats? Republicans. Right..
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on KSRO
"Senate Judiciary committee heard dramatic testimony from a supreme court nominee and one of the women accusing him of sexual assault. That committee is moving toward a vote. Fierce debate in the Senate Judiciary committee over supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein Swiss not someone who reflected an impartial temperament one would see in a judge. This was someone who was aggressive and belligerent GOP Senator Orrin Hatch. We've had enough time on this to choke a horse, and I just have to say, let's be fair. But this let's vote several Democrats walked out in protest over the confirmation process moving forward. Kenneth Moton, ABC news the capitol. That vote is now scheduled to take place in about an hour and a half. How is President Trump feeling at a Republican fundraiser Thursday night in Washington? President Trump sounded optimistic about break Kavanagh's confirmation to the supreme court to attendees, tell ABC news that during a ninety minute speech. The president called Cavanaugh a fighter. Oh, great man inside his nominee came out strong. There was thunderous applause by the Republican audience. Mr. Trump said he thinks the votes are there to confirm Cavanaugh. But he said as he often does we'll see what happens. Karen Travers, ABC news. The White House is our the president's expected to sign an eight hundred fifty four billion dollars spending Bill that would avert a government shutdown. The plan will keep the government running through December seventh the house intelligence committee has voted to release a number of documents related to the Russia investigation. That includes transcripts of interviews with President Trump, his son-in-law, Jared, Kushner and attorney general Jeff Sessions, the NTSB is investigating after a small plane crash in South Carolina this morning ABC's. Marcus more is on the scene and says the jet went down during takeoff, and it's worth noting that investigators do not believe weather was a factor in this crash who people were critically injured on Wall Street. The Dow is up fifty four points. Nasdaq is up six you're listening to ABC news. Gives one.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on X96
"He has resigned and gone silent. Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley. And the Senate Judiciary committee on Brett cavenaugh supreme court nomination oppress eight working for them as abruptly resigned after being questioned by NBC news about a past sexual harassment allegation. Judiciary committee. Spokesman Taylor told NBC that Garrett Venturi Twenty-nine had resigned from the committee where he had been tasked with handling the Republican messaging about accusations by pristine lousy Ford, the cavenaugh judge cavenaugh had sexually assaulted her in the eighties. Mr. Wien, pre also stepped down Saturday from his job at CRC public relations, a Republican PR firm that whose clients include the federalist society. Yep. According to politico CRC worked with Republican operative and cavenaugh friend, Ed Whalen to hype a mistaken identity conspiracy theory aimed at discrediting Dr Ford's allegations against judge Cavanaugh in a Twitter threat earlier this week, we know Waylon tried to pin the alleged assault on another man, but that effort fell apart CRC also helped derail John Kerry's two thousand four presidential campaign by working with Swiss swift boat veterans on a spear campaign against John Kerry. According to NBC the sexual harassment allegations against Mr. Venturi stem from twenty seventeen when he worked for North Carolina house majority leader, John Bell as a social media advisor. John. Bell fired Mr. victory after several months. The report noted sources familiar with the situation said that Mr. venti was let go from John Bell's office after parts of his resume were found to a been embellished. He faced an accusation of sexual harassment from a female employee is denied all of these allegations. But apparently he said that he was a paid staffer for Marco Rubio. He wasn't. He was just a volunteer. And then they're also patting the resume, and then there are also allegations that he sexually harassed somebody in the office. And since these allegations, and since the since the truth of the fact that he padded his resume,.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"The through the assembly it passed through the senate judiciary committee and it was to be heard this last monday by the senate appropriations committee what they did is they waive their right to a hearing in other words the chairman there democrats as you know what i we don't need to hear anything about this we don't need to have a hearing we don't need to take testimony we don't need to listen to anybody we know what we want to do so let's just let's just move this on through and so that gave us that robbed us really of our final chance to testify against the bill and so now moves to the senate here's the good news that i have for you today we fought by the way they were moving through so rapidly that before the recess they were going to move it to the floor now every indication is is that they have the votes on the floor of the senate because it's controlled by the democrats and republicans really have no voice toge off and what does it mean to be a republican in sacramento absolutely nothing the the the liberals the democrats can do what they want to so it looked like it was going to go through with a floor vote here's the good news they did not bring it to a vote now anytime they don't bring something to a vote that basically means they're a little concerned about it they they want to run and duck for cover if you will so now the legislature is on one another another recess month long recess or what that gives us is an opportunity to once again contact our legislatures and urge them.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source
"Senate judiciary committee report the findings of the senate judiciary committee wow senate judiciary committee half of the trolls talking about this don't even know what the hell that is wow this senate judiciary committee i had some people saying well that is j c report dana take many seats well first up let's let's do two things at once let's start with this report it's not a report and it wasn't from the senate judiciary committee it was from a couple of democrats who wrote a letter regurgitating accusations that made in february which were debunked and for the people who are too stupid to go to diane feinstein's actual her her senate page wherein this letter resides there is the headline you know what the headlines are for the people who are drive bys headlines or something that tells you something about what is in the content below and below the headline it says that the letter is is are these are questions that these particular people have about russia and the nra and you want to know the the particular people since so many of these drive bys insists that it's the entirety of the senate judiciary committee because they can't differentiate between a letter that's on diane and feinstein's site that has some democrats names by it and an actual conclusion of study from the senate judiciary committee so it was diane feinstein democrat california patrick layhee democrat vermont dick durbin democrat illinois sheldon whitehouse democrat rhode island chris coons democrat delaware amy klobuchar.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"We're still going through the documents on i read a lot of the testimony in the senate very much tracks where we heard from these same witnesses in the house we also see some of the same infirmities i think in the investigation in the senate judiciary committee that we've had in the house and that is that when witnesses would make statement the investigators weren't allowed to progress test the truth or falsity of that statement and probe and find additional evidence in our interviews for example of donald trump junior we asked him about this blocked call that he received in between communications he was having with amy naga laura now he claimed not to remember who that call was either to or from it was a blocked number we know the president was using a block number when he was then candidate donald trump it's very easy to find out by subpoenaing donald trump's phone records during the campaign to see if that was him if that was a conversation that don jr was having in the midst of trying to figure out whether to take this meeting at trump tower that's a pretty key piece of evidence pretty obvious investigative step the republicans on our committee wouldn't allow us to take it because they didn't want to know the answer it doesn't appear the senate judiciary committee took that step either but bob muller i have to imagine has taken that step he knows the answer and i would hope that we will have an opportunity in our committee if not now down the road to do this investigation than the way that we need to the president today in filing his financial disclosure with the office government ethics finally admitting he did in fact reimburse michael cohen for the payment to stormy daniels with the intent of keeping quiet about her allegations what's your reaction to that.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"I could care less tomorrow or the next day or next year maybe he won't does this affect any of you doesn't affect me and when he congratulate mr pompeo our new secretary of state he's gonna be terrific he's going to be absolutely terrific now is a very strong foreign policy team tillerson replaced by pompeo that's important bolton replaces mcmaster that's important it's a very solid team considering what the world looks like today and despite what the code pink republicans say and others the fact of the matter is we're not the aggressors we're not the imperialists we're not the colonialists where america we're trying to protect ourselves protect our areas of influence protect our allies as our allies ought to be working with us that's the way it works and that's a good thing not a bad thing the senate judiciary committee today was not talking about kanye west the senate judiciary committee today voted a bill out of the committee fourteen to seven with a whole bunch of republicans voting for it to protect special counsel muller the same day that attorney general sessions said that in so many words he's concerned that the muller investigation is moved onto areas perhaps it shouldn't have he said look i think the american people are concerned in the president's concerned he's dealing with france and north korean syrian taxes and regulations and border and crime every dan i wish this thing needs to conclude so i understand it's frustrations and i understand the american people's frustrations wow that's amazing so in response to that from the attorney general the.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"See so a lot of this has been a real struggle for congressional investigators on all the committees both the house intelligence committee the house oversight committee the senate judiciary committee and others like representative good lot who are now forcing the hand of of the fbi to turn over the documents so what we're seeing here is basically on the surface of coordination and you're one hundred percent right you know when they reference andy the referencing you know former fbi director andrew mccabe and all of the consequential and incidental things that he was involved in during this investigation let's go back to matthew axelrod because he's very important i mean he was the top deputy at that point in time to acting attorney general sally yates as well so we see you know you have david lofton who is significantly involved has a very high level security clearances in charge of the you know the hillary clinton investigation as well as as well as the russia investigation into the two thousand sixteen election russia's involvement or non involvement it depending on how you look at it into the two thousand sixteen election and mainly trump and then you have matthew ride who's there again a top deputy to acting director sally eight so they're all connected and now you have all these people connected to the highest levels of the fbi in the investigation into russia and then all of these people are also connected based on the evidence that we see now based on the documentation that we see now early on in the investigation with the white house the fbi and the cia.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Perhaps as he described christopher steel and himself believing they were witnessing a crime in progress those were his words crime in progress with russian interference in the election and wall senator feinstein was out of today she participated in a bipartisan meeting with the president and the cabinet room about immigration policy in which she forcefully led the president to an agreement to quickly pass legislation legally resolving the status of young beneficiaries of the daca program which provoked republicans to immediately jumped in panic and try to steer the president back to his own position of holding any such legislative progress hostage to building a wall we'll have more on how senator feinstein cornered the president today later in this hour but first will consider what we've learned today from glenn simpson's testimony thanks entirely to the bold use the power of the ranking member of the senate judiciary committee diane feinstein joining us now run claimed foreign chief of staff to vice president joe biden al gore and former senior aide to president obama he's also former chief counsel of the senate judiciary committee also with us to o'brien executive editor of bloomberg view author of trump nation an msnbc contributor who was mentioned it turns out in this testimony run claimed first to the committee to the procedure yuri action to what the ranking member did today while lord's i couldn't agree more with what you said at the outset i mean it's hard to imagine a more unlikely person than diane feinstein doing this radical act today but you know she really had no choice gave of 'liar's poker was going on and the senate judiciary committee was time to call an end to it just last week senator rasa senator graham proposed a criminal investigation into the british intelligence agent who put this material to.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"The two senators from a particular state were a judicial vacancy took place had to consent before the senate judiciary committee would schedule a hearing for a nominee so gave home state senators control at least a veto power over who will become a judge uh in a seat associated with their states and the rules been interpreted differently and enforced more or less vigorously by different judiciary committee chairman but throughout the obama years first under patrick lay he a democrat as chairman and then under a chuck grassley a republican as chairman it was enforced strictly and so that's one of the reasons there were so many openings at the end of the obama years because you had senators like ted cruz in texas who simply would not consent to any sort of compromise pick put up by the obama white house and so the obama white house was not making nominees for judicial seats in texas at all because they would never get a blue slip and so there would be no point in putting someone through that process chuck grassley now that donald trump is president had come under pressure from conservatives to abolish that practice and permit hearings to go forward for trump nominees over the objections or without the consent of home state senators and in fact a wednesday of this week to aid the judiciary committee held a hearing for two p appeals court nominees despite the fact that they did not have a blue slip from one of the senators in there the state where the the judgeship there nominated for comes from and so this is an example of how the white house and its allies in the senate republican majority have assembled and assembly line to keep creating new judges at a very rapid clip and our eliminating potential obsta.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on WGTK
"Fourteen when more initiated contact sexual contact with her so we'll see where this goes senate judiciary committee declined to hold a hearing on it in the next two weeks we know that the alabama special election the senate special election is currently scheduled for december twelve some republicans are calling for more to step aside because of the accusations from the post story but again he is denying the allegations he's denying the allegations so that's the world turns and more stories emerge will see it he would be the first senator expelled egged story in one hundred and fifty five years so a colorado senator cory gardner said the senate should vote to expel more in the unlikely event that he wins the special election on december twelve so he says if he refuses withdrawn wins the senate sheets are already there ball forward the senate should vote to expel him and that process could start the moment he was officially seated in the senate so this gets really die see from the point of view of the republicans on the hill and i didn't realize this i mean i realize there have been people expelled but i didn't realize six team wherever expelled from the chamber right fourteen of the sixteen this how long that it goes for the sixteen works melt for supporting the confederate caused during the civil war right uh that's a long way back to uh you know to go back in the in the angels of history uh i thought there have been others in more modern times that have um faced that and they include i mean in probably names you can think of off the top of your head cas immediately on this story and i started to think oh well here for all of listening in oregon oregon senator bob packwood uh facing sex in a series of sexual assault and abuse of power allegations and in 95 the senate committee on ethics recommended pack would be expelled but then he announced he would resign the next day in he left instead in in october of 95 then you remember new jersey harrison williams junior who was central guy in the fbi's abscam sting in which impersonated in arab shake who lavished williams and other members of congress with for favorable treatment williams was indicted in 1980 found guilty and eighty one the committee on ethics recommended he be moved in.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Because in addition to the special counsel's trump russia investigation we've got these three committees on capitol hill that have their own russia investigations going on now from us right house intelligent senate intelligence senate judiciary barbara ledeen works for the senate judiciary committee she works for the for the chair of that committee for republican senator chuck chuck grassley barbara living with a senate judiciary staffer not just while her husband was writing a book with mike flynn who was at the centre of this investigation but also wall she was mounting her own private investigation into hillary clinton's emails she remains a senate judiciary staffer now her efforts to track down foreign hackers getting into hillary clinton's emails that may very well have been the same effort that the late peter smith was involved in or may have been her own separate investigation that just followed along the same lines but either way that is a strange situation for senator grassley in his senate judiciary committee to be in right now that the senate intelligence committee down the hall and the house intelligence committee in the special counsel's office or all showing interest in then these conservative activists seeking out foreign hackers to try to find hillary clinton's emails and all those other committees and in the special counsel's office they're interviewing people with first hand knowledge of those efforts they're going so far as to obtain documents from a dead man's estate about those efforts and the senate judiciary committee has a staff member onboard who was also involved in that same kind of effort herself.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on WCTC
"For the country how 'bout disempowering this federal beast draining the swamp that the president and i she he he campaigned on draining the swamp another swamp starts to eat away at his is agenda can't allow that speech speaking of the swamp ready for a swap report um here's a swap report a majority of the senate judiciary committee appeared on tuesday to back legislation that would provide an added layer of a job protection for robert as smaller the third whereas lovey the special counsel investigating russian interference in last year's election see they care pass obamacare up in the senate but they can't get these people confirmed for top positions at the state department defense department they can't get their people through the committee but the senate judiciary committee can support helping all bob muller in his merry band of prosecutors like they need more protection they had thirteen top lawyers in the country working for moller and independent counsels have such broad latitude you can do you know will a invasive surgery on people to find out but hours after conflicting testimony from a panel of constitutional scholars oh please the path four and for the to bipartisan a special council bills under consideration was unclear lawmakers according to the new york times sponsoring the bills said they were opened of combining the measures but there was still uncertain whether their bills would end up on the senate floor let me just guess who could be behind these who could be behind the bills that are going to make it more likely that donald trump is removed from office what republicans pray tell lindsey graham and thom tillis or north carolina and lindsey graham from south carolina thom tillis from north carolina both in favor of amnesty for illegal emigrants both who are absolutely diametrically opposed to the trump make america great again agenda period so they're not doing obamacare repeal but they're working hard how can we can easier for bob how can we make it easier for moeller he's under assault is i know what i want the president and know that there is a process in place and there are checks and balances long before you got here said lindsey graham and sponsor of one of the bills shocker and they will be law the they'll be here long after you're gone mr president he said.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Yes whenever they did hats off it was crafty but anyway he met with investigators in the senate judiciary committee and they were interested as we all are about this meeting that he had the trump the june 2016 trump tower meeting were donald trump jr met with the dutch jared kushner and paul manafort and then beyond that people who we now know had links to the the russian government there was of course that russian lawyer mmhmm all right so he told the investigators that he wanted to meet with the russians as we know because they offered damaging information about hillary clinton but he said it was important to him because he wanted to be able to test clinton's fitness to be president and then beyond that he said that uh after he had that meeting he was conflicted about it when he learned that the lawyer than the talia vessel and scion might have had damaging information about clinton and then he said he intended to consult with his own attorneys about whether or not using any of that information would be proper now a couple of things about this testimony before this says senate panel yet what he says now i think carries more weight because it is a crime to lie to a congress and the reason i make that point is because this story has been changing initial alah initially remember he said they had the short introductory meeting then we later learned that because he released the email that came before the meeting that he actually went to the meeting with a promise of getting damaging information about hillary clinton and then he then painted himself as a saying that this was his first time working with the campaign was a matter of chaos he met with the russians it in much the same way he would have met with any other you know foreign official.
"senate judiciary committee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And the ad council use talk seven twenty kdwn senate judiciary committee again targets obama unmasking operatives of of the president washington in times so right now the senate judiciary committee is doing with the senate intelligence committee has failed senate judiciary committee will take a hard look at the unmasking of trump campaign in transition officials by the obama white house at a closeddoor hearing apparently it happened today pushing an under export aspect of the scandal over russian meddling in the november presidential election this is another area where we've been leading parma national security adviser susan rice and by the way she's claiming she's being targeted because she's a woman and she's black now you're being targeted because you're a left wing nasty human being having nothing to do with your genitalia or your skin color let's continue let's see rice and other top officials from the obama white house have come under suspicion that they inappropriately asked to identify unmask american citizens caught up in us intelligence intercepts of foreign figures under surveillance and the rusher probe you're this stuff about the can't criticize obama because of his race or susan rice beef because of his race really and is that why we attack bernie sanders bernie sanders is the whitest man in congress he's dan near transparent our chuck schumer another one or elizabeth warren you can take this crap and it we're not going to be intimidated if you have violated our laws we don't know but we get a right to look.