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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"senator john brown" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Back to the status quo, which 1 25. I said, you know, so they have. It's a big deal. That business owners no, no, I get it. If you just wait and took it. If you touch money in one of the loans, right, they were going to consider that to be income and you would be tax on thing. You talk about that the Uh, that they were gonna give everybody relief on that thing. If you're a small business you took that loan got that is cash, Pete. Yeah, the P p p that then therefore you wouldn't have to pay on your being a tax on that. I guess that's part of it is well going too far into the weeds. Have a question for you. He got one shot. Did he get the second shot? Or he only has one. We didn't get to that that I'm aware of. I will say this because there was supposed to be a plan for this press conference, And then it kind of got turned around with the Amazon vaccine announcement. And then things just kind of went off the rails so much. So that was third in line for the question. I've always way go and and he interrupted me again right before I got to ask my questions, but I got to stack my questions. So I did a double take like I don't double stuff that you like so much fun. And I got like the longest answer in the history of the press conferences. It was very long and detailed, and I was very impressed. Thank you not listen to the testimony, but I'll tell you that So, Hannah, is this? What? We're supposed to play this now or we're going to talk you up to it. Let me set this up, so I don't know if you guys heard yesterday, there was this bipartisan bill. Maybe we even talked about it on reopening the state. It was Democrat Mark Mullen and Republican Senator John Brown. Have it. It would basically move the entire state to phase two, right? And there was so many people who came out and spoke about it or wanted to weigh in with the written testimony more than 1600, so I wanted to know if the governor had a chance to hear any of that testimony. I asked. Here's what he said. Actually, I did not listen to the testimony. But.

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"senator john brown" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"senator john brown" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Time period. This will get us past the cove. It impacts The status quo. Go back to the status quo, which 1 25. I said, you know, so they have. It's a big deal. That business owners no, no, I get it if you actually took it. If you touch money in one of the loans, right, they were going to consider that to be income and you would be tax on. Did you talk about that? The Uh, that they were gonna give everybody relief on that thing. If you're a small business, you took that loan got that as cash defeat. Yeah, the P p p that then therefore you wouldn't have to pay on your being a tax on that. I guess that's part of it is well going too far into the weeds. Have a question for you. He got one shot. Did he get the second shot? Or he only has one. We didn't get to that that I'm aware of. I will say this because there was supposed to be a plan for this press conference, And then it kind of got turned around with the Amazon vaccine announcement. And then things just kind of went off the rails so much. So that was third in line for the question. I'm always way go and and he interrupted me again right before I got to ask my questions, but I got to stack my questions. So I did a double take like I didn't double stuff that you like. So much done. And I got like the longest answer in the history of the press conferences. It was very long and detailed, and I was very impressed. Thank you Listen to the testimony, but I'll tell you that So here it is This what? We're supposed to play this now or we're going to talk you up to it. Let me set this up, so I don't know if you guys heard yesterday, there was this bipartisan bill. Maybe we even talked about it on reopening the state. It was Democrat Mark Mullen and Republican Senator John Brown. Have it. It would basically move the entire state to phase two, right? And there was so many people who came out and spoke about it or wanted to weigh in with their written testimony more than 1600, So I.

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"senator john brown" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"senator john brown" Discussed on KOMO

"Official case in the Pacific Northwest. What to make of it? Well, here's comas. Abby, a Cockney CDC expects the new variant to become the dominant very in the U. S. By March. Well, it's no more deadly. It is much more transmissible, and it serves as an urgent reminder to redouble our efforts to take of the 19 seriously and reduce our risk of exposure as much as possible. This very it has been identified in several other states across the country and work is being done locally at U Dub to monitor for the various doctors. I interviewed one who encourage those who are already taking the right precautions like masking and distancing. But for those who are holding gatherings, especially large gatherings or traveling doctors hope news about this variant is a wake up call. We worry in public health and medicine about the variance because what we're learning is that if people are sloppy if they're in perfect if folks get lazy, or if they just get tired of doing it with the virus will take advantage of that. That was Dr Paul Pottenger, an infectious disease professor. The U. Dub School of Medicine, he says. Other variants, maybe circulating right now as well. Kindergarten. Kids return for face to face instruction Starting today in the Tacoma School district, as we hear from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson, they're coming back in. Small groups of the teachers can space desks apart two days a week at school than remote learning the other days I needed. Roth is the principle of Mary Lyon Elementary, telling the Tacoma News Tribune. Teachers are excited to have their students coming back, very eager. They want to be bad. But that's a coma Education Association says the district is rushing. The return with covert case is still too high, and union leaders have been urging members to call the district and complain. Marty Lund is a special ed teacher at Mary Lyon. His students are encouraged but not required to wear masks, watching them play again on the playground. They just almost brought me to tears several times. Just it made me so happy to see preschool students will come back January 25th and 1st and 2nd graders on February 8th. District has purchased more than a million dollars in personal protective equipment. Carleen Johnson Come Oni, a bill be considered in the state Senate would create clear guidelines and requirements for getting students back into the classroom. They'd lays out specific metrics to determine how prevalent the virus is in school district's. Once covert activity drops below a certain threshold, then district would be required to offer an in person learning option. Here's Republican Senator John Brown of Centralia. The state's responsibility to provide the basic education to Children around the state left the importance of local control. That we have some standard that says that this this point everybody has to provide some means of in person schooling. The bill is still in committee, but it does have bipartisan support. The Thurston County Sheriff's Department police dog, Arlo, who was shot last week during a chase has been welcomed home. Veterinarians in Oregon performed multiple surgeries on Arlo. This chase happened last Wednesday night, His deputies were pursuing an armed driver on I five South into grand Mound. In the moments after the chase ended, gunfire erupted and left both the suspect and Arlo wounded. Deputy say are those injuries to his neck and shoulders will leave him with arthritis and thus he won't be able to return to active duty. Homo news time a 10 Now to the Beacon Plumbing, Sports desk, and Tom Hudler. Less than a month is expected to spring training camp will start in Arizona and Florida, and fans are hoping before too long. The least Mariner fans are to get the chance to see Highly touted prospect that actually yesterday. Baseball America releasing its top 100 Prospect list that includes five Mariners, including two among the top five outfielders, Jose Julio Rodriguez, rather at number three And Jared killed That kid number four. The club's beginning. It's too weak virtual baseball bash on various social media platforms. Today another baseball news Mets, They fired general manager Jerry Jared Porter and on August 9th. He and the reporter were in Chicago at Wrigley Field. E think I.

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"senator john brown" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"senator john brown" Discussed on KOMO

"News 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon It is 12 31. I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the combo 24 7 News Center, The state Capitol in Olympia is heavily guarded this weekend just as the state's capitals in all states. After an FBI warning of possible armed protests leading up to President elect Biden's inauguration COMAS Jonathan Schell reports. Businesses in Olympia don't like what they see some downtown Olympia business owners like Laurie Ma Geneti say the added security presence is not a good look for the area. Oh, it's cut into our business tremendously. We have not had one person in the shop today. It's a little intimidating. Republican State Senator John Brown hopes all of this comes down sooner rather than later. I do have long term concerns that we don't continue. To restrict access to the capital. It's unclear how long the fencing and barricades will remain. This doesn't feel like the America that I grew up in Frank Custom codes, Danger room comics and says he understands the need for added security. But if protesters do show up this weekend, well, I hope there's no violence. Authorities say There is no immediate threats in our welcoming protesters if they plan on doing it peacefully, Jonathan SHOW Comeau News in Tacoma 21 year old Man was shot multiple times last night in a parked car on South Jay. Street Right now. He's in serious but stable condition at the hospital. He's expected to survive. So far. No arrests have been made to women were shot. You were safely gas station on Rainier Avenue in south Seattle last night. Police tell us the women in their twenties they were taking the hospital in serious condition. Investigators have not said what led up to that gunfire. Police are still searching for the shooter. The holidays didn't help to slow the winter coronavirus surge. But one University of Washington, health experts says our state did pretty well..

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"senator john brown" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"senator john brown" Discussed on KOMO

"News, 1000 FM, 97 7. Good morning, It's 11 31. I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center. In Tacoma, 21 year old man was shot multiple times last night in a parked car on South Jay Street. Right now, he's in serious but stable condition at the hospital. He's expected to survive. So far. No arrests have been made. And two women were shot and they were safe way gas station on Rainier Avenue in south Seattle last night as well. Police tell us the women are in their twenties. They were taken the hospital in serious condition. Investigators have not said what led to the gunfire. Police are still searching for a shooter. The state Capitol in Olympia is heavily guarded this weekend, just a state capitals in all states after an FBI warning of possible armed protests leading up to President elect Biden's inauguration. Almost Jonathan show reports. Businesses in Olympia don't like what they see Some downtown Olympia business owners like Laurie Ma Geneti say, the added security presence is not a good look for the area. Oh, it's come into our business tremendously. We have not had one person in the shop today. It's a little intimidating. Republican State Senator John Brown hopes all of this comes down sooner rather than later. I do have long term concerns that we don't continue to restrict access to the capital. It's unclear how long the fencing and barricades will remain. It doesn't feel like the America that I grew up in Franco's. He co owns Danger Room comics and says he understands the need for added security. But if protesters do show up this weekend, well, I hope there's no violence. Authorities say There is no immediate threats in our welcoming protesters if they plan on doing it peacefully, Jonathan SHOW Cuomo News The holidays didn't help to slow the winter coronavirus surge. But one University of Washington health expert says our state did do pretty well. New Year's Eve was the big concern for Dr Ali moved odd because it's right for larger, non family gatherings. Holidays didn't help on a new year holiday didn't help at all. But what we are seeing right now and you see the clear in our clearly in our visualizations that we've seen that and Christmas. We've seen that and Thanksgiving the week after that silence,.

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"senator john brown" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"senator john brown" Discussed on KOMO

"Olympia, heavily guarded this weekend just a state capitals in all states around the country after an FBI warning of possible armed protest leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. Almost Jonathan show reports. Businesses in Olympia don't like what they say Some downtown Olympia business owners like Laurie Ma Geneti say the added security presence is not a good look for the area. Oh, it's cut into our business tremendously. We have not had one person in the shop today. It's a little intimidating. Republican State Senator John Brown hopes all of this comes down sooner rather than later. I do have long term concerns that we don't continue to restrict access to the capital. It's unclear how long the fencing and barricades will remain. This doesn't Feel like the America that I grew up in Frank, Husky cones, Danger room comics and says he understands the need for added security. But if protesters do show up this weekend, well, I hope there's no violence. Authorities say There is no immediate threat and are welcoming protesters if they plan on doing it peacefully. Jonathan Choco Mona As we said, we've heard from the FBI about state capitals being the targets of potential violence in coming days, But there are also a whole bunch of soft targets as they're called. Security tends to be at a minimum or non existent. It all comas mad Markovich talk to law enforcement experts, including Kurt Boil with the Washington State Fusion Center, The state's fusion intelligence gathering center is working to get accurate information out about all potential targets to that that information to make sure it's not misinformation or disinformation. And making sure that it's credible information. They're not going to tell the citizens specifically where there were. Those targets are unless it Z immediate director. Someone else someone's personal life or property. Law enforcement. Veterans of Future says the average system needs to practice situational awareness. What seems normal for the area? What seems abnormal for the area and if something doesn't look right? Tell somebody and get out of the area. Trust your gun and be vigilant. That's the word going out to the public. Matt Markovich Cuomo news onto the corona virus pandemic or statewide, the health Department reporting 27 new covert 19 deaths in the last 24 hours, raising the total to more than 3900. The number of new infections increasing by 2500 plus more than 16,300. People have been hospitalized since the outbreak began, and state calling upon a backlog as well, adding nearly 300 people to that number. The holidays didn't help to slow the winter coronavirus surge. But one University of Washington, health experts says our state did pretty well. New Year's Eve was the big concern for Dr.

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"senator john brown" Discussed on KOMO

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05:33 min | 2 years ago

"senator john brown" Discussed on KOMO

"Electoral College victory is official despite everything that happened yesterday. It was ratified by Congress very early this morning after the process was delayed because of the storming of the capital Como's manufacture reports. There are a lot of questions about how those trump supporters made it inside the halls of Congress in the first place. The U. S Capitol is said to be one of the most secure buildings in the country. So what happened? You have to look at this colossal Law enforcement, security failure. ABC Crime and Terrorism analyst Brad Garrett wonders if the Capitol police were told by someone to avoid a militaristic approach cannot imagine. In my mind that the Capitol police didn't go. This could really go bad and we won't be prepared before there with basically sawhorses that air 4 ft high that anybody could step over and only us And we don't even have on riot gear. Four people died during the chaos, including one woman who was shot. Manda Factor. Cuomo News We're your kids watching TV or were they online yesterday when the mob took over the U. S. Capitol, Kumble's Carleen Johnson has some advice from a child psychologist on how parents can talk to their kids about what happened. Last year's brought anxieties and fears for all of US and mental health experts. Have been warning parents that for some kids, it has been overwhelming and then seeing the madness of yesterday we had hoped that you would do what's right Constitution. Dr. Laura Gerrick, a pediatric psychologist with Akron Children's Hospital till W. K. Y C. It's good to offer reassurance that they're okay and safe. She says. Don't shut them down. If they do want to talk about it still just miss it, But once you've validated, Yes, this is unusual, and this is big. So let's talk about it, especially parents with older kids were on social media, and we're most certainly exposed to what happened. She says. You should start the conversation by asking. What are your friends saying about what happened? What are you feeling about it a young people who were already feeling anxious or depressed, she says. Those are the ones to really be checking in. With Carleen Johnson coma news warning this week from the local scientist who's been accurately predicting covert death rates. Don't mess with the vaccine. Doctor Alley mock dad with the UW Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation is justice eager as you are in control of this bias and not allow it to mutate. He's also heard some theories about giving just 50% doses of the vaccine. We're skipping the second injection altogether. Yes, we're in a hurry. But mock dad cautions. This is not supported by enough research that closes We should not skip the second immunization. What's worse if people aren't fully does to this point along this violence to stay in one person for a longer time, because whatever we took against it measures like a vaccine is not enough to just get rid of it. That virus couldn't read a booze in the same person for a longer time. Not only is he urging you to receive the vaccine when it's your time, but to get both full injections to prevent disaster down the road. Ryan Calvert. Camo News governor. Insley unveils his new Healthy Washington plan for reopening, but his co Mohs Eric Hynes, reports, some local elected officials say they didn't get an opportunity to provide their input. Yeah, come on, County Commissioner Amanda McKinney says. The governor consulted health doctors and health officers, along with the state Department of Health and Tribes. She says she reached out to the governor's office on multiple occasions asking to be involved in developing the reopening plan at the local level. Yakima County commissioners have had conversations with local health administrator was voiced his opposition to it. Response. The state says Yakima County officials have provided their input multiple times and has been determined insufficient to control the virus. Eric Heights coma News The new regional plan for reopening some businesses in this state starts Monday. But some say it's not possible to meet the metrics for regions to move forward. Here's call most damning Natasa under the new plan. Our status split into a region's based on health system resource is There's two reopening phases, and every region is starting in phase one to get to face to a region has to meet these four metrics, a 10% decrease in case rates and covert 19 hospital admission rates over a two week period. And I see you occupancy rate less than 90% and test positivity rates of less than 10%. These parameters are very, very difficult. Republican State Senator John Brown says he doesn't think the metrics are attainable or fair for businesses like restaurants, which are banned from Indore dining until we reach face to Cuomo's Tammy Mortaza. Coming up in about five minutes here on coma News. We expect a press briefing from the White House. Kayleigh Mcenany, the press secretary, is expected to address members of the media unclear if anybody else is gonna be coming to the podium, we'll carry it live when it happens here on coma news, just as we did this morning when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke and soon to be majority leader, Chuck's leaders Chuck Schumer, Spoke about wanting the president to resign or the 25th amendment to be invoked, or Congress to forcibly remove the president from the White House after the storming of the capital yesterday. Will warn you that the White House press conferences recently have been full of miss truths and half truths. So if it gets to be too much, we may end up cutting away But we will go to it when it begins. Come on, Whose time to 10, not five minutes away. First, though an update on sports from the beacon plumbing sports desk, the Huskies Koop's Zags They all have Thursday night Basketball games. Top right done defeat against Daggett..

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