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"senator brown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:31 min | 8 months ago

"senator brown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"He's huge philanthropist in Cincinnati on guess what A lot of the folks are. Who are owners here? They you know, there's really only a few of those Vast majority, and the number across the country is over 40% of rental properties owned by those small moment pops, who only own a couple of units, You know, a small single family. They only four family those kind of properties that most people actually have, and that's where a lot of people actually live. Yeah, that makes sense. So that's that's that's most of it. And then you know, I hate to hear because there's an in particular is a community. Uh, in Cincinnati. It it's all about. Hey, listen, You know what? They've got these places and that they're rich and wealthy, and I don't need to pay because they haven't I don't. Um, that's not true, because you laugh, but I mean, that's the mentality, right? It's like, Well, I lost my I can't make any money because the club but I get that. Um, but you know, you still as a landlord, which is typically a mom and pop enterprise here. You know, you still have taxes to pay? You still have utilities to pay. You still have insurance to pay upkeep on the property maintenance lawn snow removal like to right. So you got all these fixed costs and you? You know, you can't go. Hey, guess what? I need the landscape to cut my line. I'm gonna cut the lawn, right? Hey, I need the roof fixed. Yeah, I can't pay you, but you're gonna need to do it anyway. How's that working? I se or for right now, they need to snow plowed in the ice removed, right? I think everybody liked have salt, you know, to put out on day just to compare it this way. You know the free rent crowd or the cancel right crowd. This is the equivalent of walking into Kroger. Saying I'm gonna take this food. I'm gonna go eat it. And maybe I'll pay you later. Maybe maybe, you know, I mean, how does this is a gross about how long with 700 wlw last? If they said, Well, we're not really a charging for ads, you just pay when you can when you want You little business is going to survive that way. Yeah, you can't. You really can't and the notion that well, one of the other ones here to Charlie Tassel from the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky apartment Association talking about rent forgiveness here during covert extending this toe September in really, for effect isn't married. There's something like $70 billion in back rent that's owed. I mean 70 billion Dollars is a incredible amount of money and to think that hey, I don't have to pay because Well, look at this way. Maybe you like you said Typically, what happens is you pay your house off you. You rent that one out. Maybe you move somewhere else. You start over. Maybe you inherited property something that typically it's like I own the house. I paid it off. I'm gonna move somewhere else and rent. Um in, therefore I'm not making a payment to the bank on that when it's all going in my pocket. It's pure profit anyway. So you're not missing? It will wait a minute. All the money I would have made And instead of me going, I don't know. Buying a car buying jewelry going on trips putting it and I don't know. Game Stop, Stop. Whatever I was going to all this money, I decided to invest in a property. So don't tell me that It's pure profit. It's not my money is on the sidelines in this propriety. I'm not making any money off of my investment is what it is. It's like you saying I'm gonna put money in the stock market. I'm going. Yeah, we're just gonna keep we're just gonna keep it. S so ridiculously. So here's the thing that I don't like to be on the positive side of things to focus on this part right here we go with stimulus money. It was passed in December. Okay in that there was $25 billion on day. Actually Senator Portman on Senator Brown to some degree, But I know Senator Portman's front and center on this issue. Make sure that there was 25 billion set up for emergency rental assistance to go out across the country, and it's Spread out. Not through some, you know, algorithm that benefits one group.

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"senator brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"senator brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"What should Braun do? Because it seems like he's got some fences demand. It does. Absolutely. And what we really want to see is are these conversations brought down the local level? And quite frankly, just enough people at the table. We need more individuals. What concerned me the most was the lack of sponsors in the lack of Of the willingness of others to participate from the party in this in this reformer, this legislative language. That's the concern if you don't have enough people in your own party backing this up immediately. That's a pretty pretty glaring red flag. So we definitely want to see more people brought to the table and and at least the brakes pumped a little bit on this so that we can have the conversations and make sure we're doing things right. Does he owe you an apology? Does he owe the state police the fraternal order of police? Does he owe you guys an apology? Because again, I hate to say it, but I I'm left with no other alternative based on what I saw last night. He just lied about what you guys said about this legislation. The most concerning thing Rob is that we endorsed Senator Brown and his campaign and we endorsed him based on an interview we had or he told us and gave us his word that anything let anything law enforcement related would come to us as far as R. Our recommendations and our input, and that just simply didn't happen last night, So I think not only for this situation but completely going against the endorsement that we gave him that they assume his seat in office. I do think an apology is owed and it doesn't have to be just a simple apology could certainly be The agreement that we're going to work together on this and that we really need to pump the breaks and not push things out for the sake of being reactionary to current times because that letter you guys sent out and I think I'll post it up at Robin Kendall on Twitter. Get it up there at Robin Kendall on Twitter. For an organisation such as yourself to take on a elected official like this. That is about as rare as it gets for you guys to send something like this out, which shows how hard it hit you. That's very true. We we very rarely don't especially at the federal level. And so this certainly is something that is a radical and dramatic A ll reform bill that would shift the industry. Like we said before. Get out here on this again. You guys, You guys being police officers across the fruited plain with the state police, local law enforcement, whatever. Ah lot of people coming at you right now. And there's a lot of us out here who say Hey 99 9% of police officers are great people to do Awesome. We want to stand behind you all the support you. What can people do right now to show? Hey, you guys do have support you do have friends. You do have fans out there. What can people do? It's quite simple as just saying, thank you, and it's not even the thank you. It's just acknowledging that police officers are human beings. I think that's the biggest thing is just having a conversation and brightening their day. I don't know and nobody knows what they're coming from, or what they're about to go to, and so just having a conversation with them. And just engaging with them in a positive way will certainly help. Cory Martin, executive director for the Indiana State Police Alliance. Thank you, my friend. Absolutely. Thank you. 93 WNBC, Rob Kendall and Abdul in for the Chicks. Get an MBA that lasts.

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"senator brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"senator brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Overstatement to say that we could not be doing this without you and I just appreciate the constant collaboration and communication between you and I and our offices and look forward to working with you on that next step come come may for whatever it is that you're able to safely return to the to the chamber and as I understand it senator brown's gonna be able to stay with us so he'll be able to answer some questions when we get to that point I just wanted to say before we get to that point were thank you I always try to sell around the Parise we have a lot of folks should to our Senate colleagues regression delegation and all the local leaders that we have join us as well trying to always underscore how this is a team effort and we're all in this together weathers the philanthropic community or the private sector the public sector but I wanted to kind of square squarely focused today on thinking you the steps that you have been taking and this the sacrifices that you made over these last long five years ago they're making a difference and if we hadn't taken the steps of honest alluded to this just stated it had we not taken the steps we wouldn't be in the position that we're in now to be able to contemplate to be able to plan to be able to resurface and re immersion by the way some of our businesses have been open for quite some time much different operations but they've been compliant they've been playing by this new rules of the new normal and that's so critically important for not just our business but for the Hoosier site to know that we're going into safe places whether you're a customer or employee or employer and I just you want to continue to shout out thanks for everyone who's contributed substantively by passing on their plans on here's how we will operate so that we can what is in our control we will control and we know that were put in this position as I mentioned coming up to may first really coming up to the next Monday when we are going to be in a position for certain additional elective medical procedures to lift those restrictions if those businesses being clued the measures required to operate in this new normal environment and so I just I don't want that to be lost at work only at this point and we're still you know in the second quarter here but we're only to this point because of the actions that we've taken or the actions that we've not taken and we're doing that together were able to because of those efforts were able to make sure because.

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"senator brown" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"senator brown" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The Rush Limbaugh update proudly sponsored by Mike's professional tree service on Sunday Indiana Republican senator Mike brown appeared on the once popular NBC news show me to depressed with the F. Chuck Todd every truck hit the senator would typically biased questions we'll president trump react to an acquittal in the Senate by thinking he can keep doing this or does trump have regret for what he did now the premises of both question should have been totally rejected but senator Braun responded defensively shouldn't all present from would not keep doing this the press would put two and two together you would understand that he's been taken to the carpet and what changes behavior senator brown said hopefully impeach it'll be instructive for president trump now senator Braun what with all due respect you're missing the boat here this outrageous sham impeachment order be instructive to each and everyone of you Republicans on Capitol Hill the Democrats in turn the law the constitution inside out in order to undo the results of the twenty sixteen election they spied on the president they lied to the FISA court they use deep state moles to Jen up phony impeachment charges after the whole Russia thing blew up in their face there is no low that it's too low for the Democrats no law they won't break no scam they won't run into town damn time you understood this and stopped at being defensive that's what would be instructed heating working living pain free these are a few of the things many of us take for granted yet for many United States military veterans finding affording oral health care.

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White House insists Trump was warmly welcomed at Dayton hospital

All Things Considered

03:57 min | 2 years ago

White House insists Trump was warmly welcomed at Dayton hospital

"One of the people the president spoke with is the mayor of Dayton and Whaley who joins us now thank you for taking the time today thank you very before the president arrived in Dayton you said that you were planning to tell him that his comments around gun violence in mental health issues were on helpful did you give him that message yes I did I really talked about what he could do and you know that the people of Dayton we're hoping for some action and you know I said to him that you know I thought he was a person of action so he could make some action on gun legislation have you respond so that was he said he would do something I didn't get the sense that he was like at a plan of like yes I'm for red flag laws yes I'm for assault weapons are yes I'm for straw purchases six cetera but you know well let's hope he's not one of these all talk no action politicians that sort of thing ahead of his visit you were skeptical that he would be able to bring anything positive to be Frank I'm now that he has come and gone what's your sense of what his visit it it did what the impact was I think the victims that that were in the hospital were super grateful for his visit and our first refer sponsors into the present the United States that if they were happy to see him but it was tough in this in the city you know we had some skirmishes in the Oregon district of pro champ anti trump I mean really the minute he announced that he was coming we saw the rhetoric in the community just get really heightened and before that there was really a sense of people coming together do you blame him for that I think that's something for the past three years that you know the hyper prior partisan nature the into Donald Trump is just makes that happen and it's you know as as an elected official who likes to think of ways that we can build together we're seeing that in Ohio you know we saw governor to wind take action yesterday we saw congressman Turner call for an end to assault weapons so we're seeing that in the state so when he comes in it and it stretches it out to make a hyper partisan yes I think some of his his tweets and some of his zero sum game politics isn't isn't help for democracy well speaking of partisanship on Twitter White House a dance casino accused you of mis characterizing the visit he called you and senator Sherrod brown disgraceful politicians doing nothing the politicizing mass shooting or white house press secretary Stephanie Grisham on Twitter accused you holding a dishonest press conference in the name of partisan politics do you wanna respond yeah I mean I I don't really understand what they're talking about and this is the same kind of you know hyper partisanship that comes comes away we we said in the in the press conference that the victims were grateful to see him and we we mentioned Pat and it but you know we were very serious about wanting to have some real movement on gun legislation and you know senator brown called on him to have bring Mitch McConnell back you know we had a healthy conversation about the outside weapons ban and Hey maybe he could get this done and we were very you know honest about that and you know for him to be upset that we had a press conference while he did no press in Dayton I think that's really what this is about you know I I have I mean I want him to take action and you know I've been very clear about that I was clear to him and clear to the press today you and the people of Dayton have been at the center of intense tragedy and scrutiny for the last few days now where do things go from here what happens to your city now well I think we want to get a get on with the business of grieving and bringing our community gather certainly we are heartened by governor to wind action around some common sense gun legislation in the state house will advocate have you for that we still hope that president trump will you know take action on some common sense gun legislation will continue to push for that but in the community it's about the grieving process and bringing our community gather and that's my job as mayor that will continue to keep on doing N. Whaley as mayor of Dayton Ohio where a gunman killed nine people on Saturday mayor Whaley thank you for speaking with us and my condolences for your city has been

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"senator brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Because in all honesty some of it surprised me some of that surprised me the law enforcement would take positions like this on some that's all talk about that when we come back to the gearing challenge of an update from the news from America the five year Griffin park is expected to be closed through at least three o'clock this afternoon aghast anger over turned around seven this morning you're Glendale spilling an amount of filling ten gallons of fuel the northbound lanes on the five have been closed so crews can get in there and clean things up C. H. P. said a driver of the tanker overturned when he was trying to avoid a stopped clock a stop the vehicle it's not clear how many other cars have been involved the truck driver was not hurt the happiest place on earth has had some elbow room lately attendance at Disneyland has dropped in the latest fiscal quarter despite the launch of Star Wars galaxies edge the three percent decline in attendance was primarily driven by fewer visits by annual passholders Disney CEO Bob Iger says people stayed away because many were worried about crowding because of the new Star Wars area again it's may have been down but revenue went up by seven percent ticket prices did go up in January higher prices during peak times many people say they're deferring trips to Disney in Florida until after its version of galaxies edge debuts at the end of the month Michael crozier KFI news news right here by solar Max the president trump has visited with survivors of the mass shooting in Dayton Ohio and thank first responders who acted quickly to stop the shooter state democratic senator Sherrod brown says the president was received well during the hospital visit he was covering the right things along the right things and it's his job in part to comfort people I'm glad he did it in that so so so but senator brown.

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Mick Mulvaney, ABC And Donald Trump discussed on Dan Conry

Dan Conry

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Mick Mulvaney, ABC And Donald Trump discussed on Dan Conry

"President trump's anti immigrant rhetoric being blamed for inspiring acts of violence in this case the el Paso shooting suspect acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney responding on ABC's this week the present is just a sad is that I was saddened by this is your the present is just as angry by this is your and wants to do something about it just as much as everybody else does I hate to draw attention to the manifesto but if you actually go and look at it with the with the guy says is that he's felt this way a long time before Donald Trump got elected president this was a sick person this says Democrats call for action on gun control legislation senator Sherrod brown who represents Ohio said on CBS face the nation there is legislation on the table that can make a difference and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell should call senators back from a recess for critical vote the house of representatives passed a background check we can fly back in Washington on Monday morning we could pass a background check bill people could fly back in the home for dinner and the president needs to sign this bill as of now senator brown says he's not heard from Senate leadership on that happening many officials are reacting calling the shootings acts of domestic

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"senator brown" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Well, first of all, let me just say parenthetically before I answer the question what we've seen in the last few days, what people are gonna this is going to be a very unusual race because you have a president of the United States who's gonna give running commentary on the democratic campaign and inject himself into the democratic campaign. So that's element that people are going to have to deal with. But look, I think that the country itself has experienced Donald Trump. His numbers aren't very good. And I think Democrats are wise at this point to define their own messages and defined their vision for the country and talk about what the country after Donald Trump should look like and how they're gonna kill those problems that are impacting people's lives. So, you know, I don't I don't know that I'd worried too much about the Howard Schultz issue is another issue and that could lower the threshold and make Trump competitive, but I will say this about Senator Brown said Howard Schultz got people buy a Cup of coffee. For five dollars. So who's the idiot, really? David. Bacar? Do you think that Howard Schultz if he ran would take would would threaten Democrats, essentially? Yeah. I mean, I don't I don't understand this shows mania I understand why he thinks he could be president United States. I don't think I don't understand why he's running as independent, I guess everybody thinks they can be present United States Donald Trump winning. I'm not sure why he thinks he can do that as an independent, and I think that as he's going through this process and the scrutiny he's receiving. I don't I don't see him actually following through with that. But I will say that the unique part about this and David May may agree with me on. This is Democrats are somewhat fickle and funny just in two thousand sixteen we were we were concerned about a coronation of Hillary Clinton. And now you hear some concerns about too many candidates running for office. And so we have to find some middle ground in the test. Democrats is all of these individuals running for office. We're then going to have to kind of repair rebuild come together to beat maybe Howard Schultz and Donald Trump. Hopefully, it's just Donald Trump and not both David actual because thanks a lot. Roger stone back in court again today this time appearing before the judge who's going to oversee his case. And I gotta tell you. She gave him an earful about. His week-long media blitz and big warning. We'll talk about that. And show you head..

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"senator brown" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Also have a governor elect the wine headline about filing to dismiss edge gerrymandering lawsuits. Yes. Yes. That is true. Let me see. If I can just find my notes. I think this is it. Let's see governor elect Mike dewine on his final days as a state attorney general filed a motion this week in an attempt to toss out the gerrymandering lawsuit. A suit that aims to force. The redrawing of Ohio sixteen congressional districts in time for the twenty twenty elections. In an unusual twist of circumstances. One of the defendants the wind the wind filed a motion on behalf of as Ohio secretary of State John Huston, which is a running mate who will become Lieutenant governor next week. Our Wendy wind becomes governor. So the lawsuit scheduled for trial on March fourth before a three judge federal panel in southern district of Ohio. So we'll see how that goes. But the the main thing is that we're gonna be Ohio may lose a seat. What they for the dismissal of the suit. No, no, no. Well, you know, this is like a two for my my first of all elections have consequences. You know? I mean, those who and there's rules on the books that hey, whoever wins gets to make the rules. Correct. You know, so we have sixteen districts right now, these these are federal for for congress. So those sixteen and that so that is congressman Joyce, right? Senator Brown Senator Portman, but but they're not part of it now. But those are the people that that that's allows. We're talking about those guys that are in DC, right? Correct. But the sixteen house seats. Are basically the districts are drawn by the party in power. Yes, which they Republicans have the power, and they had the power and in this suit. I believe they were trying to drum up by new commission of equal number of damned than Republicans. So they could be fair about who they picked right? Well, there was a choose. The lines are drawn the line. Right. Well, there was a ballot issue that overwhelmingly passed by the voters that it should be a committee that does this. Well, and that's supposed to take take effect in twenty twenty and with other with other challenges that have gone to the supreme court were at their hearing more cases about gerrymandering because they really haven't said that it's totally illegal. You know, whoever's in power draws the line Strauss's lines. So that's the way it should be. Well, you know, the Victor goes the spoils. That's right. So anyways, the other thing with that that doesn't a concern to Ohio is that with the census comes out after twenty twenty. We might. I mean, our is growing a little we might be able to keep on sixteen keep sixteen seats. But we may lose a seat. To another state because our population not have grown as much right? So we'll probably lose if we'd lose we lose it one of the southern states such growing. So hopefully, we can keep keep the sixteen because we've we've lost. We've lost seats in the last forty years. Okay. We've lost two to four every ten years census Ohio's a wonderful place. So that it is bring are grown up kids back from college and have them make make their their their work in their careers here and grow their families here and get married here and have babies here and grow Ohio. So before.

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"senator brown" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"President shut this government down for no good reason except for his political talking points. He said he's proud to shut the government down to something. We've never had a commander in chief of the United States of America saying or do we think congress row tantrums and all the president, and we see all these stories talk about eight hundred thousand federal workers. They always leave out you who are contractors who work for generally, moderate wages, and generally win work, very, very hard. But don't get a paycheck from the federal government. Many contract workers are paid hourly and often have no way of recouping. Lausd wages and hours during a government shutdown shutdown hits contractors hard says Stevens government workers receive back pay when the government shutdown ends contractors, do not where government employees ultimately will be made whole win the appropriation fully funded contractors never with the back pay in the history of having twenty to shut down. I in the past forty or so years, government employees have always been made whole federal contractors are not and we're definitely advocating for equal playing ground here because contractors work side by side with government employees to fulfil government mission. What makes sure that the companies who suffer coming out of pocket just to get Patek to their employees during the shutdown? We want to make sure there's equal treatment for federal government contractors, as there are the government employees. They professional services council sent a letter to lawmakers and the White House calling for change to the laws that provides government contractors back pay as well democrat Senator Brown is backing the call speaking to the food service workers today Virginia, he pledged to introduce legislation to do just that not only should we reopen the president needs to reopen government this week and get you back to work. The.

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U.S. demands Russia stop "outrageous conduct" after Ukrainian ships seized

The Savage Nation

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. demands Russia stop "outrageous conduct" after Ukrainian ships seized

"Says taxpayers in his state rescue GM. And he said it's shameful that the company is now abandoning the state and laying off workers right before the holidays. Senator Brown goes on to say quoting here. The company reaped a massive tax break from last year's GOP tax Bill and failed to invest that money in American jobs choosing to build its blazer in Mexico GM has announced it will cut up to fifteen thousand jobs in may close up to five plants including one located in Lordstown, Ohio the head of customs and border protection says border agents prevented a dangerous situation from getting worse when they fired tear gas at a group of migrants who rushed the US Mexico border yesterday. On Wall Street, the Dow walked free twenty seven s and p is up thirty eight NASDAQ up one twenty seven I'm white moss. If you're like most people, and you see two gas stations and once health gas for a little bit less you go to that one. It just makes sense every little bit helps.

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"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Stepping up in that regard and i encourage them to continue to do so in this challenge of global markets is a challenge that i think we face now in many regards in the twentyfirst century with the dawn of the internet markets have become truly global not chested virtual currencies but so many things and it does become a challenges we think about regulation we certainly have had their challenge working with overseas regulators in the area of derivatives regulation regulations as a result of the doddfrank act the challenge of bringing these regulations together in a comprehensive hole is is really a a tremendous challenge for all of us so in this area it requires a lot of new thinking well thank you i appreciate your remarks from both of you on these issues and i would encourage you to form that workgroup get together between yourselves none of the state regulators other appropriate federal regulators and evaluate exactly what our regulatory structures should look like in america to deal with this and let us know your thoughts you're further thoughts on that i'd appreciate that senator brown he was chairman i churn clayton again icu last year initial queen offerings raised about four billion dollars globally you've testified that sec is focused on policing these transaction to protect investors how much of that four billion dollars was was raised in the us it's it's not clear hard to get it it's hard to get a number on that because this is this has been conducted on on largely an unregulated basis.

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"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Stepping up in that regard and i encourage them to continue to do so in this challenge of global markets is a challenge that i think we face now in many regards in the twentyfirst century with the dawn of the internet markets have become truly global not chested virtual currencies but so many things and it does become a challenges we think about regulation we certainly have had their challenge working with overseas regulators in the area of derivatives regulation regulations as a result of the doddfrank act the challenge of bringing these regulations together in a comprehensive hole is is really a a tremendous challenge for all of us so in this area it requires a lot of new thinking well thank you i appreciate your remarks from both of you on these issues and i would encourage you to form that workgroup get together between yourselves none of the state regulators other appropriate federal regulators and evaluate exactly what our regulatory structures should look like in america to deal with this and let us know your thoughts you're further thoughts on that i'd appreciate that senator brown he was chairman i churn clayton again icu last year initial queen offerings raised about four billion dollars globally you've testified that sec is focused on policing these transaction to protect investors how much of that four billion dollars was was raised in the us it's it's not clear hard to get it it's hard to get a number on that because this is this has been conducted on on largely an unregulated basis.

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"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Stepping up in that regard and i encourage them to continue to do so in this challenge of global markets is a challenge that i think we face now in many regards in the twentyfirst century with the dawn of the internet markets have become truly global not chested virtual currencies but so many things and it does become a challenges we think about regulation we certainly have had their challenge working with overseas regulators in the area of derivatives regulation regulations as a result of the doddfrank act the challenge of bringing these regulations together in a comprehensive hole is is really a a tremendous challenge for all of us so in this area it requires a lot of new thinking well thank you i appreciate your remarks from both of you on these issues and i would encourage you to form that workgroup get together between yourselves none of the state regulators other appropriate federal regulators and evaluate exactly what our regulatory structures should look like in america to deal with this and let us know your thoughts you're further thoughts on that i'd appreciate that senator brown he was chairman i churn clayton again icu last year initial queen offerings raised about four billion dollars globally you've testified that sec is focused on policing these transaction to protect investors how much of that four billion dollars was was raised in the us it's it's not clear hard to get it it's hard to get a number on that because this is this has been conducted on on largely an unregulated basis.

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"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Stepping up in that regard and i encourage them to continue to do so in this challenge of global markets is a challenge that i think we face now in many regards in the twentyfirst century with the dawn of the internet markets have become truly global not chested virtual currencies but so many things and it does become a challenges we think about regulation we certainly have had their challenge working with overseas regulators in the area of derivatives regulation regulations as a result of the doddfrank act the challenge of bringing these regulations together in a comprehensive hole is is really a a tremendous challenge for all of us so in this area it requires a lot of new thinking well thank you i appreciate your remarks from both of you on these issues and i would encourage you to form that workgroup get together between yourselves none of the state regulators other appropriate federal regulators and evaluate exactly what our regulatory structures should look like in america to deal with this and let us know your thoughts you're further thoughts on that i'd appreciate that senator brown he was chairman i churn clayton again icu last year initial queen offerings raised about four billion dollars globally you've testified that sec is focused on policing these transaction to protect investors how much of that four billion dollars was was raised in the us it's it's not clear hard to get it it's hard to get a number on that because this is this has been conducted on on largely an unregulated basis.

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"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Stepping up in that regard and i encourage them to continue to do so in this challenge of global markets is a challenge that i think we face now in many regards in the twentyfirst century with the dawn of the internet markets have become truly global not chested virtual currencies but so many things and it does become a challenges we think about regulation we certainly have had their challenge working with overseas regulators in the area of derivatives regulation regulations as a result of the doddfrank act the challenge of bringing these regulations together in a comprehensive hole is is really a a tremendous challenge for all of us so in this area it requires a lot of new thinking well thank you i appreciate your remarks from both of you on these issues and i would encourage you to form that workgroup get together between yourselves none of the state regulators other appropriate federal regulators and evaluate exactly what our regulatory structures should look like in america to deal with this and let us know your thoughts you're further thoughts on that i'd appreciate that senator brown he was chairman i churn clayton again icu last year initial queen offerings raised about four billion dollars globally you've testified that sec is focused on policing these transaction to protect investors how much of that four billion dollars was was raised in the us it's it's not clear hard to get it it's hard to get a number on that because this is this has been conducted on on largely an unregulated basis.

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"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Stepping up in that regard and i encourage them to continue to do so in this challenge of global markets is a challenge that i think we face now in many regards in the twentyfirst century with the dawn of the internet markets have become truly global not chested virtual currencies but so many things and it does become a challenges we think about regulation we certainly have had their challenge working with overseas regulators in the area of derivatives regulation regulations as a result of the doddfrank act the challenge of bringing these regulations together in a comprehensive hole is is really a a tremendous challenge for all of us so in this area it requires a lot of new thinking well thank you i appreciate your remarks from both of you on these issues and i would encourage you to form that workgroup get together between yourselves none of the state regulators other appropriate federal regulators and evaluate exactly what our regulatory structures should look like in america to deal with this and let us know your thoughts you're further thoughts on that i'd appreciate that senator brown he was chairman i churn clayton again icu last year initial queen offerings raised about four billion dollars globally you've testified that sec is focused on policing these transaction to protect investors how much of that four billion dollars was was raised in the us it's it's not clear hard to get it it's hard to get a number on that because this is this has been conducted on on largely an unregulated basis.

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"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Stepping up in that regard and i encourage them to continue to do so in this challenge of global markets is a challenge that i think we face now in many regards in the twentyfirst century with the dawn of the internet markets have become truly global not chested virtual currencies but so many things and it does become a challenges we think about regulation we certainly have had their challenge working with overseas regulators in the area of derivatives regulation regulations as a result of the doddfrank act the challenge of bringing these regulations together in a comprehensive hole is is really a a tremendous challenge for all of us so in this area it requires a lot of new thinking well thank you i appreciate your remarks from both of you on these issues and i would encourage you to form that workgroup get together between yourselves none of the state regulators other appropriate federal regulators and evaluate exactly what our regulatory structures should look like in america to deal with this and let us know your thoughts you're further thoughts on that i'd appreciate that senator brown he was chairman i churn clayton again icu last year initial queen offerings raised about four billion dollars globally you've testified that sec is focused on policing these transaction to protect investors how much of that four billion dollars was was raised in the us it's it's not clear hard to get it it's hard to get a number on that because this is this has been conducted on on largely an unregulated basis.

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"senator brown" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on Pod Save America

"But my dad never took lead to i never saw the yankees play until i was on of the driver might go with my friends because my dad didn't want mickey mantle to get fifteen cents out of a stick so that's how much i agree i grew up a mets van in a mets household and for me rooting for the yankees is like rooting for microsoft i don't i don't fully you know it's like and other red sox fans so this is an easily won resulted thrown agreement so you up and i love to here we're both of you think about this senator brown you usually run ahead of national democrats in ohio in 2016 trump won the state by nine points democrats lost badly throughout the state you're facing a tight race with josh mandela 2018 they're out the fat i love this audience are the do you think that the politics of ohio were changing or was 2016 an app i think if we don't change that we can see and 2020 the democrats winning the national popular vote by five million instead of three million and still loosen the electoral college unless we change because of pennsylvania ohio michigan wisconsin i think that the other three states or a little easier than ohio but it comes back to me it's it's politics to me it's never left right to liberal progressive moderate conservative and you got to win the people in the middle its ultimately who society on it's not it's not a spectrum of left to right concern liberal it's it to side you on in politics in to me because elections are about contrast i mean you start you start with republicans want to repeal the affordable care act those two hundred thousand ohio and get opioid treatment could lose their coverage the answer our our answers i wanna i wanna give people sixty five and older fifty five and older the freedom to buy and medicare republicans are going to cut taxes when the largest corporations and the wealthiest people in the country i think we should pass our legislation when the patriot corporation act those companies that pay a living wage in pay their pay their indian provide health and health benefits retirement benefits in don't outsource their jobs they should get a lower tax rates with those companies.

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"senator brown" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"senator brown" Discussed on Pod Save America

"But there is not there's no count ability for these ceos no nobody goes to prison they all come to the committee they said we're we're giving or bonus back well they already were making twelve million dollars a year alive so they're giving yeah it's really nice are given the bonus back so so i think the while trump one after another nominee that he puts on the off of the control or the currency east going to put on the federal reserve they're all way too close to wall street i mean i heard what bob corker said about walsh about about the the president's at the white house what i what i say is that while the white house looks like a retreat for goldman sachs executors in that some that's that's that's why shining a light shows like yours or so important john in jonathan to do that to shine a light on what wall street's was that good berg it's not just judges this show but love it or leave it i heard jonathan and mike now it's just for first senator brown in my mother and i think so so but too shy i think it's important that we keep shining a light when this kind of malfeasance and shine a light on who these regulators are they pass because virtually ever republican i don't wanna make this partisan but virtually every republican in the senate will confirm almost any nominee trump's ends up and it it it means that these regulators they come from wall street to go back to wall street they clearly will side with wall street or in far too many of these issues and i know what wall street's thunder to working to to working families in my state in its it's criminal in many cases.

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