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"senator mike brown" Discussed on WTOP
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"senator mike brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We need to hear from the president now? I think it is time for the president to speak. And not that he has a great deal more of information. I think it's just what he needs to do really for three distinct groups. I need to think he needs to send a message to the American people that were on this. We got this and we're moving forward. I think you need to send a message to our allies around the world that we are aware of this. We know you're dealing with these issues as well. Let's do that. And he also needs the tender message to our enemies that we are going to protect our sovereign territory here in the United States. So I think that the main thing, again, I don't think it needs to be a great in depth dive. I think you need to speak with the American people, not to him, not to them, not at them, and really just create some clarity. I think a little bit of communication from the leader, I think, always creates clarity and what we have right now is just confusion which creates a vacuum for conspiracy theories and a lot of politics. And we don't need politics around this. And I think you heard that coming out of the briefing today. The senators were very much in agreement in terms of, hey, this is what we got. The American people should hear most of this. Tim, what's your thought here? Does the president need to address the nation just to give some calm to provide some confidence as Boyd has suggesting or does he need to learn more? And have very specific information when he speaks. Well, I think we're hearing two different stories coming out of these briefings. There are a lot of Republicans out there right now saying he needs to address the nation. That's the decision that the president needs to make. But you do have some folks like senator Mike Brown's came out of the briefing and said that they're trying to get us all the information that they can, but there's not a ton of new data and until they actually get that information more hard facts, we'll see. You have folks like senator Gary Peters saying, Nate also feel like they need more information that there haven't been completely definitive statements about recovering the debris. And so yeah
"senator mike brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"So far. It's good news, David. I mean, I think the the negotiations clearly have dragged on for some time. The fact that you've got a credible group of Republicans and Democrats working together who have some sway with their colleagues suggests that this is a very real possibility to get through the Senate. Obviously, the president's endorsement helps. You know, they're clearly will be some additional sticking points. There obviously, is still some conversation about the sequencing. This notion of a two part deal exactly where the pay fors are going to come from. I think those details Well, you know, given the size of fiscal stimulus we've already seen this seems like a drop in the bucket. Quite frankly, you know, and it's remarkable to be saying that about a trillion dollar plus package. But when you look at the amount of stimulus that's been put into the economy over the last, let's say six months to nine months. It's hard to say whether there's going to be a significant impact here. We've got a lot of pent up Labour in the economy. We've got a lot of possibilities still going forward. It will have an impact. I think it'll be a positive impact. But given the extent of what we've seen so far, I'm not convinced this is going to be as much of a game changer as it would have been. Let's say two years ago at the same time we talked with uh Governor Ned Lamont of Connecticut earlier in this program, and he said, if an infrastructure bill like this could get through, he can improve the roads and bridges in Connecticut enough in the next year or two to, for example, safe. 10 minutes off of a commute from Connecticut into New York. If you add that up across the country, if that's replicable that actually starts to show up in productivity, doesn't it? Yeah, I would think it does. But we have to remember David. Also, the nature of the economy has changed because of Covid and how much commuting we're going to have at home Work versus in the workplace work. I think those are questions in my mind that are still open one. So while I do think we're going to see contributions to productivity in the long run, it's a big open question of me how substantial those inputs will be. But this is good news. Make no mistake about it. These are changes that have to be made. It's not just our roads and bridges. It's also airports and seaports. Some of the coastal issues that Senator Cassidy talked about so there are some substantial changes here. That hopefully will be big net positives for the U. S economy. And what about time horizon? Assuming this all goes through and let's assume even further than it goes through this summer, which is a big ask, I know One would we actually start seeing it in the economy? I think it's going to take some time. Infrastructure takes time projects take time to get online I would have to say probably not going to see impacts for at least a year, if not more, just because again, there's a lot of wind up that has to happen before these projects actually get going and people actually are employed and you see those inputs and you see that impact on on some of the broader economic measures. But you know again, the concept of getting this done quickly is important because you want to be able again to begin to make those plans going forward and begin to see some of those projects come online as we get into 2022 23 Lonnie. I want like a slight turn here because originally we were going to talk to you. And I want to talk to you about some proposals coming out of Biden administration to change our health care system because after the Supreme Court once again refused to overturn the affordable care act. Resident, Biden came out and said, Now it's time to strengthen affordable care act. One of the proposals is actually to reduce the minimum age for Medicare. You've done a study on what that would do financially. Give us a results. Well, we just released the study yesterday when we look at this proposal to lower the eligibility age of Medicare to 60, and we find that there are significant fiscal impacts several hundreds of billions of dollars over the next 10 years. Perhaps more concerning is the impact on the Medicare Hospital Insurance Trust fund, which is the trust fund that pays for inpatient hospitalization through Medicare. The possibility that that trust fund might be exhausted two years earlier, so 2024 Instead of 2026. So you know, we asked some questions. I think policymakers need to address these questions. It's a policy that sounds very enticing. Very easy. The basic point we make in the study is there are impacts, and there are massive questions to be answered about the design of the program. And, more importantly, the impact on seniors who are in Medicare currently So So, Lani, let me ask you. We talked earlier this week with another healthcare policy expert, Catherine Baker from New York to Chicago. And she when I asked her about this said, You know what? We'd be better off just getting subsidies to people so they can buy their own policies rather than lowering the age. Have you looked at that alternative? Does that make more sense for an economics point of view? Yeah. I mean, I think the idea of getting people into the market places that exist already makes a lot of sense. And I think the concept of subsidizing that coverage is also a reasonable one. I think the issue is if you're talking about trying to cover people who are uninsured. Expanding the Medicare eligibility age doesn't really get you a whole lot of the way they are, because you're really only talking about 10% of the population that's eligible for that expansion is actually currently uninsured. So I would like to see a more targeted approach. So I think in that sense the solution that Professor Baker and others have outlined that makes a lot of sense, which is to say, Let's subsidize people and make coverage in the existing marketplaces more affordable, as opposed to creating this massive change in an entitlement program. Frankly, a lot of people already rely on and don't want to see changed anyone more to wrap all this up? In a sense, I mean, you are a policy person. You were in charge of policy for Mitt Romney were in for president. That's what you do out there at the Hoover Institution as well as at Stanford. As we look at what this by administration is doing right now in the economic front. Are we seeing a real redrafting of the economic policies of United States because he is checking out an awful lot of the American economy. Great question. It is a fundamental reordering. As far as I'm concerned, you're seeing obviously, the fiscal stimulus that we've seen already the relief packages. The $6 trillion in relief. We've seen debate now. Some of that came during the Trump administration. But a lot of it came during President Biden administration the way he's talking about changing the economy changing economic And I think we've become a little bit immune to it because we hear numbers like trillions thrown around and, you know, I don't think that's a big deal. This is actually a pretty big deal in terms of what we're doing to the economy and what we're doing going forward as well. We're already seeing those difficulties in terms of what's happening in labor markets. Now, a lot of slack there a lot of opportunities available that people aren't filling. That is a function of economic policy There are always intended and unintended consequences. And we are still yet to see many of these consequences Play out. So yes, it is a very significant change from what we've seen over the last several years. Kehlani Great to have you with us today. And once again, thank you for your patience is staying with us. As Lonnie Cheney's Hoover Institution. Senior fellow Bloomberg's Emily Wilkins is joining us now from Capitol Hill, with more on this infrastructure deal, just announced. From the White House, along with that bipartisan group of senators. So Emily what's the reception likely to be up on Capitol Hill? We just talked with Senator Mike Brown of Indiana. He was generally open to it, but he had some skepticism as well. Emily, can you hear me? Emily Wilkinson, Capitol Hill. Can you hear me? Okay, we'll try to come back to Emily welcomes. In the meantime, let's figure out whether there are some market reactions to this. An announcement of the infrastructure Brexit and for that we're going to go to, of course, Abigail Doolittle. So are the markets reacting at all, Avago, there is a reaction. Now. First of all, we have had a multi day rally into.
"senator mike brown" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"See? Oh, disappoint. You will have to go back with you on that as well. Senator Mike Brown from Indiana. Says. You know, one of the problems here is The Democrats really, just they've used it as a campaign tool. But in the end, they're just not all that interested in finding out about Cove. It Why you wouldn't want to get to something that is displaced. So much of the economy caused so much grief when you're so happy to do investigations on other things. Is besides, I mean, it doesn't make sense. It makes no sense whatsoever. And Brown is an interesting view of this. He says. What's gonna happen now? And we heard it from Jen Psaki. Just a moment ago is he calls it the D c two step When you had any question, you recall its seditious It's the D C two step. What's interesting now it looks like information is cascading Fourth. It's going to make them do that to step out here and cover their tracks. And now all of a sudden be interested. More in the issue. You know they'll be interested, but they'll take the Jen Psaki line. And they say, you know, we're really we're really interested, and we trust That the W H O will do is super swell job in investigating. And if you believe that Again. I do still have a real live legitimate deed for the Bay Bridge. I could sell it to you. You know, for the right price. I can sell it to you. And you would then be able to collect tolls on the Bay Bridge because you would own it. Both are equally true. By the way, wh o will do a real investigation and that you will own the Bay Bridge. Both are equally true. Take it for what it is. Which wife retire financially confident knowing you have a plan in place guaranteed to work. Even if we suffer another financial crisis. I gotta head back in 20 Wait, How about getting the most of the market games? Was none of the losses or better interest rates than you're getting on your CDs guaranteed..
"senator mike brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"More than 100 million Americans now fully vaccinated 39% of adults and nearly 143 million Americans are partially vaccinated. That's 55% of US adults, but ABC. Serene Charles Los Angeles, says there's still a way to go. Opening further in some places could hinge on Maura Americans vaccinated the focus, turning to a younger population ages 18 to 64. This group for the first time has the largest number, hospitalized. Visor and beyond. Check seeking the use authorization for use and kids 12 to 15 years old. They previously requested FD authorization, which could come any day. And as the U. S makes progress in the fight against coronavirus. India, struggling with out of control spread new daily infection rates topping 401,000 in the past 24 hours, the country crippled by the latest wave with a shortage of hospital beds and supplies, including oxygen, the US among an international effort to send critical aid. But health experts are also urging India's government to expand lockdowns and race to vaccinate. Consider this In some respects like a warm White House chief medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci, speaking to the Indian Express, According to Johns Hopkins. Covert tracking less than 2% of India's population is fully vaccinated. Yet India is one of the top producers of covert vaccines. Michelle Franzen, ABC knew Francis, asking that the month of may be dedicated to praying incessantly for an end to the pandemic. In downtown Indianapolis today at Lucas Oil Stadium, a memorial for the eight people killed in the April shooting at physics at a FedEx facility in that city. Ah, video message from Indiana's Republican Senator Mike Brown, heard at the service of victims of this tragedy.
"senator mike brown" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Out of it. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News 10 Republican senators went to the White House. I think it was an excellent meeting, Susan Collins says They had frank and very useful discussion, but they didn't make any deals with President Biden is Democrats push forward on a $1.9 Trillion Corona financial aid plan. Fox is Rachel Sutherland has more live day. Democrats could push the president's proposal to Congress with the procedural move, but it would only take one defection to derail the tactic. GOP Senator Mike Brown Says there are areas agreement but place where we have differences is whether or not their plan is targeted enough rounds among 10 Republicans at a White House meeting late Monday, the GOP plan calls for smaller stimulus checks with the lower income limit. Both sides agree on $160 billion to fight the pandemic. Dave Rachel Tony President Biden will sign three more executive orders on immigration his House Democrats, They'll file their impeachment brief to the Senate this morning, followed by the Trump team. Legal response is tearing the country apart at a time when we don't need anything like that they would show it is one of the former president's lawyers telling Fox it's unconstitutional with Trump now out of office. This is the political weaponization of the impeachment process. Argument start next week the former president accused of inciting the deadly Capitol attack. Nasty winter Storm still snowing on the northeast of the New England parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania got 2.5 ft in punks of Tony. They woke up the ground hog Phil Phil silly. And when he emerged to only a virtual crowd online in this covert crisis, he saw his shadow. So legend has it. We get six more weeks of winter. Did you know, though there are many other ground hog forecasters Buckeye Chuck in Ohio, Staten Island, Chuck in New York, General Beauregard Lee in Georgia and Jimmy the Ground hog in Wisconsin. None of them saw their shadows this morning. We all predicted early spring. So who's right? America's listening to Fox News? Hey, LBJ News Time is 802. Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar. This update is brought to you by Triple A counter tops. Five emergency priorities have been laid out by.
"senator mike brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To get some action. There's also built in part. Action against any potential budget cuts in the future. The bill is back up for discussion next week. Donnie Burgess 93. W I. B C Mobile news. An officer is on leave after a shooting Thursday afternoon at 30th and Shade, Lynn Police say two people were arguing when they both got out of their cars and started shooting at each other. A nearby I MPD officer than fired his gun. The two people of 44 year old man and a 19 year old man were both shot, but they're in stable condition. It's unknown if the two knew each other or if the officer shot them in Indiana Senator Mike Brown is not a fan of President Biden's pick to have California attorney General Xavier Bas era as the next health and human Services Secretary. Bron told Fox Business. I think it's gonna be them. Perfect wing man for the Bernie Sanders approach Tonto Healthcare. He fears that Mr A will embrace a department that will push for greater government input over America's health care system. Johnson and Johnson says it's Corona virus vaccine is 66% effective against Cove In 19. However, the drug maker says the shot may be less effective against the new strains. The company is still expected to ask the FDA to approve emergency use authorization for the single dose vaccine. As early as next week. Yeah. Coming up. We have more stories talking about the school. In Indiana, possibly starting after Labor Day, Ashley Fowler will have that story is coming up on 93 WNBC coming up on turning cats. Today. Gamestop and Robin Hood, Ted Cruz and a Casio Cortez, You're gonna need a drink Tony Cats today at noon on 93 wnbc gunshots between suspects and a SWAT team in Wabash County. It was the Qazi Osco County Sheriff's Department SWAT team that came down to execute a search warrant at a home in Wabash. When they busted in the door and got inside. There was an exchange of gunfire, according to state police. No officers were hurt in the melee, but two people inside Roger hip skin and another woman hips skin died at the scene. It's not clear yet why they wanted to search the home, but state police say it was part of a criminal investigation being conducted by the Wabash County Sheriff's Department. Kirk Darling 93 w Y B C Mobile News Your kids start school after Labor Day. Public schools in the state would not be allowed to begin classes until after Labor Day, says a bill being proposed by senators Dennis Cruise, Jean Lice Ng and Linda Rogers. The new rule would be in place for the 2022 23 school year. Opponents say it should be up to school district's to decide when classes begin. Ashley Fowler 93 WNBC Mobile news He thought he was meeting up with a new female friend he met online, but now he's in jail. Shane in Richmond communicated with who he thought was a woman interested in Partying with him and buying some of his meth. When Richmond Grove to the Newcastle Walmart to meet up with the woman, he quickly realized he had actually been talking with a member of the Henry County Drug Task Force. Richman is now facing charges of dealing meth and unlawful possession of syringes did former Pacers guard Victor Oladipo take a verbal jab Indiana Thursday night? Depot was interviewed on TNT after his Houston Rockets won the game. So fortunately, no going through my career just feels like you know, people keep kind of quitting on me, but you know it's a part of life and I embrace.
"senator mike brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"D C. Tony Katz 93. W I. B C Good Morning, and Joe Biden is letting you know that his focus Is on illegal immigration that's actually not A joke that That's Where he is. His priority is 11 million illegal immigrants. As a matter of fact, his priority is on day one, signing about a dozen executive actions. According to his incoming chief of staff, Ron Klain. Um, they'll, um Address Cove. It The economic crisis, the climate crisis and the racial equity crisis. So okay. So they'll be additional executive actions after that on and fulfill promises to strengthen buy American provisions, So the future of America is made in America. He will take significant early action to advance equity and support communities of color and other underserved communities taking action to begin fulfilling campaign promises related to reforming our criminal justice system. Additional executive actions to address the climate crisis with the urgency science demands and ensure that science guides the administration's decision making process. First steps to expand access to health care, including for low income women and women of color and then restoring dignity in our immigration system and our border policies. Border policies of Barack Obama are now going to get some dignity. Isn't that something? Oh, by the way, there is a caravan on its way up from Honduras. They have demanded entry into the United States and that Joe Biden live up to his promises. The Biden team's already saying, Hey, now's not the time not don't come. Now is not the time. Of course, they see Trump going out and they see Ah, week Joe Biden with weak policies and failed policies and no actual commitments, keeping America America in. Oh, Tony, that's no way to speak about immigrants. Not actually, I'm speaking about immigrants at all. Didn't question whether not I wanted legal immigration. I only want legal immigration. I don't want a caravan of people from Honduras thinking that they can say we demand entry into your country. You don't get to demand anything. Let me say it again. You don't get to demand anything. My problems of Honduras Very few. Thank you very much. Just about a problem with the 100, Honduras. This is about an understanding of the situation. No, no, no, no, no. Trump was just too evil. So you voted for Biden. Okay, well, now you're going to see what it is. Right? The excusing of the last. Well, I guess I was saying 30 days, which didn't want 30 days now, So it's 45 days now I won't do that. I won't do that. But this is this is gonna be the 1st 10 days of Joe Biden. Just sign this. And why can't you get these things done through Congress? You know the way you're supposed to. You can't pass this stuff through Congress. You don't want to show this stuff to Congress. You don't have to put people on the record her regarding climate this that and the other. Okay, I get you. I get you. And the idea that these things are all crisis. Well, that's actually the fun. Wait. Oh, wordplay. Remember domestic terrorists at the Capitol. After much thought. Writers is the terminology. Right? I don't think you get to the conversation, domestic terrorist Then again, people can agree or disagree, and this is gonna be, I think a big conversation. Insurrection. I am clear that you don't have No organization whatsoever. No plan whatsoever. One schmuck was zip ties is not a plan from a group of people. That's just all there is to it. I'm not downplaying the actions. I think it's where everybody in jail Question from the beginning why Capitol Police weren't firing Nobody gets to come it me and say somehow I'm changing a viewpoint. Oh, I've got people mad on all sides. So you're in favor of police shooting riders. I'm in favor of riders being stopped. Is what I'm in favor of You think that woman should have been shot and killed. I don't think that woman should have been there to begin with. And most definitely her opportunity to be shot and killed would have been far less and that she wasn't in the capital and she broke into the capital. Will they let her in? I'm not so much believing that What I do believe is that there's enough video to make you look at the Capitol police and ask what in the world happened here. Did they get two sets of messages, depending on where they were? Was the message. Hey, be nice and lovely W everybody and we'll get it. We'll get through this quick. And so they went a nice, peaceful route. Remember, It's like cops taking a knee with George Boyd protesters, right? Could have been the same concept there. But when they were being attacked, well, you gotta respond. Except it didn't seem that they were so much responding. Looking into what happened. Capitol police is necessary. Very much. So who who said to do? What? Where were the orders coming from? I've already gotten rid of sergeant in arms in the House of the Senate. You might have to bring them in for questioning or trial. Not having the extra security there. Notice. I have no opposition to extra security. I have opposition on Lee to the ideas of shutting down. If you if you want to say we say as I'm saying that if you want say, as I'm saying, all right at the Capitol Right of the capital place, And then later that night, they got back to doing the work of counting the electoral votes. And I think I love that. Some people like Indianapolis media and some of you believe in interviewing there so amazed. I can't believe after the riots that people still voted to challenge. Yeah, because they weren't going to be, you know, told what to do by a riot. They weren't gonna be There weren't gonna be swayed. If they actually believe something, shouldn't they have believed it? Shouldn't have some level of conviction as opposed to what Mike Brandon said. 000 that happened. I guess I'll change my mind now. How weak It's just total lack of understanding of how we view the political scene. Mike Brown is one term, Senator Mike Brown will not be governor. Not not.
"senator mike brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Intended to object to the certification of the electoral votes. However, the events that have transpired today have forced me to reconsider that I cannot now in good conscious objective. This certification Of these electors, violence. The lawlessness and siege of the halls of Congress are abhorrent and stand is a direct attack on the very institution. My objective. My objection was intended to protect The sanctity of the American democratic process, and I think law enforcement for keeping us safe. And she decides she's not going to challenge no This happened with with James Lankford in Oklahoma. This happened with that. Steve Daines. Montana, I believe is has happened with Mike Braun in Indiana. Wow. Work after this, I I can't offer a challenge. The Indiana Democratic Party wants him to resign. These are strong statements, writes their chairman. But after yesterday's attempted coup on our government that followed years of silence on beings or being sick, offensive Donald Trump, Senator Mike Brown and members of Congress Jim Banks, Jim Baird, great pens. Jackie Will Gorski. Showed their true colors, and it's that they value the fringe ideology of trumpism over protecting the U. S Constitution and the fundamental values of the United States of America. These are people who said nothing about riots in their capital city, so don't pay much attention to them, but coup Even the coup led by the guy dressed like a Viking. Honestly, words have meaning, And you sound like crazy people. But Mike Bronze got a problem. And the problem is, If a bunch of people acting like jerks threatening, you can get you to change your mind on what you see as a issue with the electors for president of the United States. Why should we trust you? And I said, saying things to Langford and the rest. Why should any I go by? The Democrats aren't gonna trust you. Why? Why should the Republicans By the way, I guarantee you they're going to quote this. I guarantee you they're going to quote me. Why should the Republican Party trust Mike Brown? Did you on Lee engage the challenge because you thought it would make you look good. Were you afraid of Donald Trump? Which is no way to live. Do you think would make you look good, too? Indiana Republicans. And then when you change your mind, did you Did you do it just for the posturing. But you thought it would make you look good, too. Centrists centrist Hoosiers, centrist of Indiana. Mike Brown came out of nowhere to win the primary in Indiana in 2018, and then to become senator, defeating the incumbent, Joe Donnelly. Mike Bron is a one term senator. There's some rumor that Mike Bronze considering a run for governor, As I said in on my morning show, Mike Brown runs for governor. I will run against him. You can't.
"senator mike brown" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Good morning. I'm Paul in the Castro. The new Congress being sworn in today, The word is the House. We'll meet up at noon to swear in new members of the 117th Congress, California Democrat Nancy Pelosi is seeking re Election as speaker of the House, where Democrats will hold a narrow majority and two new members, both from New York are poised to make history. One is Bronx representative Richie Torres. Who will become the first openly gay black and Latino member of the House ahead of his swearing in Taurus tweeting A thank you to Jose Serrano, who held the seat for many years but decided to retire. Also taking offices. Mon Dare Jones, who has becoming the first openly gay black member of Congress. He represents parts of Rockland and Westchester counties. And he's replacing Nita Lowy, who also decided to retire. 11 Republicans. Senators plan to oppose certification of electoral votes affirming Joe Bynes win on Wednesday Texas Senator Ted Cruz leading the group, and together they released a joint statement demanding a 10 Day onto the votes by an electoral commission group of House Conservatives also plan to challenge the results. Republican Senator Mike Brown of Indiana says they believe an audit would improve Americans faith in the electoral process and enhance the legitimacy of whoever becomes the next president and all eyes on Georgia's Senate runoff election this Tuesday, both President Trump and President elect Biden stuff Being in the state tomorrow. ABC is Rachel Scott is in Atlanta. Some Republicans are stuck between two arguments. They're fighting to overturn the results of the 2020 election while also trying to encourage their base to get out and vote here in Georgia, and some in the party fear that those claims will now cost them control of the Senate. And the news is brought to you by Dr Lieberman's radiosurgery, New York, called to 12 choices for more information. And listen to Dr Lieberman's radiosurgery show Coming up next right here on 7 10. W.
"senator mike brown" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The Russian L U S A W P A T 24 7 news death. The Corona virus was not the only reason 2020 was a deadly year in Dallas. The city ended the year with 251 murders, including two killings that occurred in the final hour of 2020. Those numbers mean that the city is recorded its highest number of murders and at least 16 years. During the last nine days of 2020. It was more than one every night during that time. Period, there were at least 13 killings. But despite the city's dramatic increase in its murder tally, the Police Department's homicide unit has been very successful in solving the crimes with the clearance rate that now stands at nearly 79% Steve coming WKBW 24 7 news news, a quotes Dallas County officials as saying. The county broke the record for a single day covert 19 cases Saturday that hospitalizations remain at near record highs. 2842 cases were reported Saturday. Along with 23 deaths. 11 Republican Senators plan to oppose certification of electoral votes affirming Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election. Cameron Fairchild reports Texas Senator Ted Cruz is leading the group, which demands a 10 Day audit of votes by an electoral commission, a separate group of House conservatives also plans to challenge the results. Republican Senator Mike Brown of Indiana, says an audit would improve Americans faith in the electoral process and enhanced the legitimacy of the next president of the University of Texas as their new man to lead the Longhorns football team program has hired Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Starkey Zeon to replace Tom Herman, with whom the school parted ways with Saturday after four seasons. W B A P WEATHER Sunny to partly cloudy today with a high of 61 degrees. Right now. It's 38 degrees at the F W from the W B A P News task. I'm Ken Jeffries. Your next update at 502 24 7 coverage at WB ap dot com. Music is a bridge between the material and spiritual. My name is Harvey Lauer and I'm 82 a zoo. Blind person. You have to be aware that nobody can tell.
"senator mike brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Fifteen minutes could save you. Fifteen percent or more. is that shakespeare. It's geico shakespeare from one of his unpublished works. Be not for awakening may give the batteries for fifteen minutes. Could save you fifteen percent or more. No it's from geico. 'cause they help save people money. Well i hate to break it to you but geico got it from shakespeare. Gyco fifteen minutes could save you. Fifteen percent or more is bloomberg radio now a global news update sunday is the donald. Were congress that because the new congress will be sworn in later today the washington post says the house will meet at noon to swear in new members of the one hundred and seventeenth congress. California democrat nancy. Pelosi is seeking reelection as speaker of the house where democrats will hold a narrow majority in the republican led senate vice president. Mike pence will administer the oath of office eleven. Republican senators plan to oppose certification of electoral votes affirming. Joe biden's victory in the presidential election. Cameron fairchild explains texas senator. Ted cruz is leading the group which demands a ten day audit votes spying electoral commission a separate group of house. Conservatives also plans to challenge the results republican senator. Mike brown of indiana says an audit would improve americans faith in the electoral process and enhanced the legitimacy of the next president. I'm cameron fairchild. The office of mike pence says the vice president welcomes efforts by some lawmakers to raise objections when congress meets wednesday to sir..
"senator mike brown" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Saying The county broke the record for a single day covert 19 cases Saturday and that hospitalizations remain at near record highs. 2842 cases were reported Saturday. Along with 23 deaths. Several people were found dead inside their homes and one man was found dead at a park. As of January. 1st. There were 988 hospitalizations due to covet. Tarrant County reported 3361 More cases and 18 deaths. Denton County checked in with 610 new cases and four deaths. State officials report 563 new cases Saturday in Collin County 11. Republican senators plan to oppose certification of electoral votes affirming Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election. Cameron Fairchild reports. Texas Senator Ted Cruz is leading the group, which demands a 10 Day audit of votes by an electoral commission, a separate group of House conservatives also plans to challenge the results. Republican Senator Mike Brown of Indiana says an audit would improve Americans faith in the electoral process and enhanced the legitimacy of the next president. Meantime, a federal appeals court is rejecting a lawsuit to try to give Vice President Mike Pence the power to overturn the results of the election. The court of Appeals for the fifth Circuit said Republicans who brought the lawsuit that includes Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert did not have the legal right to sue. All three judges on the panel were appointed by Republican presidents, including one by Donald Trump. Congress meets Wednesday to certify those election results and the vice president will preside over the session. W B A P WEATHER clear overnight alot of 37 Sunny to partly cloudy Sunday with a high of 59 right now. 44 degrees at the F W from the W B A P News task..
11 Republican senators, led by Ted Cruz, push to delay certification of Biden victory
"Republican senators plan to oppose certification of electoral votes affirming Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election. Cameron Fairchild reports. Texas Senator Ted Cruz is leading the group, which demands a 10 Day audit of votes by an electoral commission, a separate group of House conservatives also plans to challenge the results. Republican Senator Mike Brown of Indiana says an audit would improve Americans faith in the electoral process and enhanced the legitimacy of the next president.
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"The United States will likely pass 350,000 covert related deaths today, Johns Hopkins University puts the U. S death toll well above 349,000 at this hour. Meanwhile, the country has surpassed 20 million cases to start the new year. Frustration is mounting over the slower than expected pace of vaccinations in many parts of the country. 11. Republican Senators plan to oppose certification of electoral votes affirming Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election. Cameron Fairchild reports Texas Senator Ted Cruz is leading the group, which demands a 10 Day audit of votes SPY An Electoral commission, a separate group of House conservatives also plans to challenge the results. Republican Senator Mike Brown of Indiana, says an audit would improve Americans faith in the electoral process and enhanced the legitimacy of the next president. A record three million early votes have been cast in Georgia run off elections that turnout figures were compiled by the University of Florida U. S elections project who say the three million plus early votes amounts of over 38% of all the registered voters in this state. Tuesday's election pits Republican U. S Senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler against Democratic challengers John Aasif and Raphael Warnock. If the Republicans lose Democrats could take control of the Senate recently opened museum in downtown Colorado Springs is getting some national attention. USA Today has named the U. S Olympic and Paralympic Museum as the country's best new attraction that opened in 2020 Theeighties $8 Million Museum opened to the public last summer. I'm that Madison Police are looking into vandalism at the San Francisco home of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Crews were seen today painting over graffiti messages scrawled on the garage door that included two K with a dollar sign after Congress failed to pass a bill to increase stimulus checks. Vandals also targeted the Louisville home of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell with spray paint. One of the men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan's governor is hoping to be freed from prison. Nicole Wilson has more Mary crossed was allegedly the ringleader behind the plot to kidnap governor Gretchen Whitmer. That's according to the documents filed by federal prosecutors in Port Croft is from Delaware and according to the news journal, their federal officials are adamantly pro testing his release. They say Croft is a violent extremist and that releasing him would be unreasonable. Croft and several others were arrested back in October after their plans were exposed. Croft is being held in a federal lockup in Philadelphia, waiting to be transported to Michigan. The cold Wilson reporting one of the NFL's fiercest rivalries takes place Sunday in Cleveland, where the Browns will take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. Joel Stern has more or Cleveland wind gets him into the post season for the first science is 2002, ending the NFL's longest postseason drought. It would also give them 11 wins the most since 1994. The Steelers, meanwhile, will rest several starters, including quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Hey, coach Mike Tomlin, Football's a game our jobs winning. We intend to do a job. We intend to prepare with that mindset and ultimately led our play lead us to that destination, The Steelers will start back up Quarterback Nation route off. He and Browns offensive in miles carry canons went ugly Altercation of the game last season. Joel Stern reporting and Basketball Hall of Famer Paul Westfall is dead. And after a battle with brain cancer, he was 70, his former team. The Phoenix Suns announced his passing Saturday He won an NBA title with the Boston Celtics.
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"The King is in a Los Angeles hospital after testing positive for covert 19, according to the Daily Beast, the 87 year old talk show host reportedly contracted the coronavirus 10 days ago. His immediate condition is not known. He was hospitalized in November for an unspecific blood flow issue. King is a two time cancer survivor who suffers from Type two diabetes and heart disease. The United States will likely pass 350,000 covert related deaths today, Johns Hopkins University puts the U. S death toll well above 349,000 at this hour. Meanwhile, the country has surpassed 20 million cases to start the new year. Frustration is mounting over the slower than expected pace of vaccinations in many parts of the country. 11. Republican Senators plan to oppose certification of electoral votes affirming Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election. Cameron Fairchild reports Texas Senator Ted Cruz is leading the group, which demands a 10 Day audit of votes SPY an electoral commission. Separate group of House conservatives also plans to challenge the results. Republican Senator Mike Brown of Indiana says an audit would improve Americans faith in the electoral process and enhanced the legitimacy of the next president. A record three million early votes have been cast in Georgia run off elections that turnout figures were compiled by the University of Florida U. S elections project. You say the three million plus early votes amounts of over 38% of all the registered voters in this state. Tuesday's election pits Republican U. S Senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler against Democratic challengers John Aasif and Raphael Warnock. If the Republicans lose Democrats could take control of the Senate recently opened Museum in downtown Colorado Springs is getting some national attention. USA Today has named the U. S Olympic and Paralympic Museum as the country's best new attraction that opened in 2020. $88 million Museum opened to the public last summer. I'm that Madison Get it, get it. Right, Doc? Radio 7 90 ABC News at 402. I'm Steve Coming. Larry King is in Cedar Sinai Medical Center after testing positive for covert 19. According to a family member's account, told ABC, the 87 year old talk show host reportedly contracted the coronavirus 10 days ago. His immediate condition is not known. He was hospitalized in November for an unspecified blood flow issue. King is a two time cancer survivor who suffers from Type two diabetes and heart disease. And L. A fire captain's death is being attributed to covet. 19 Leslie Bowl reports the Los Angeles Fire Department tweeted that Captain I. George Rowe. Kay died on New Year's Day from covert 19 complications. The 57 year old had served with E L A. F D for 22 years, he was assigned to station 97, the Laurel Canyon Mulholland Drive area. Captain Brok is survived by his wife and four Children. Ron Dominguez, a former executive vice president of Walt Disney Attractions, whose family sold 10 acres of Anaheim property to Walt Distinct that eventually became Disneyland in the 19 fifties, has died at the age of 85. Omega's died on Friday. Checking sports in college basketball is you heard here on K A B C. U S T. Down Utah's 64 to 46 K.
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"Alleged to have run over an officer's legs. Someone else is alleged to have smashed the police cruiser window. Several other officers suffered minor injuries chasing down suspects. The Boston Globe reporting that the injured officer was brought to Rhode Island Hospital. Police say his injuries did not appear to be serious. Under arrest 23 year old Cheyenne Boisvert of North Providence, 33. Year old Eduardo Rivera of Warwick and 22 Year old Kimani Mitchell of Providence. They were arraigned Friday evening aren't common WBZ Boston's news radio. The Thanksgiving holiday break. It's still taking its toll on Cape Cod. As coronavirus numbers continue to climb in the town of Sandwich. WBC's Tim Dunn has that sandwich health director David Mason is losing his patience. I sound a little annoyed at this point, it is because I am because I'm tired of having to reiterate this issue, Mason says. Because of family gatherings during Thanksgiving, paired with a continued lack of compliance with covert safety guidelines, the town continues to put a burden on the health care system is Firas social distancing. Facial coverings and keeping out of group settings of the town hasn't been following it, and that's the direction we're going in with 23 cases for 100,000 residents in the two week positivity rate of nearly 5%. The town just makes it out of the highest risk category in the States Covert map. Mason says the region can expect an even higher caseload to begin the new year from holiday gatherings in the month of December from the Cape Cod Bureau. Tim Done WBZ Boston's news radio, Nearly a dozen Republican senators now say they plan to oppose certification of electoral votes affirming President elect Joe Biden's win. Texas Senator Ted Cruz is leading the group, which demands a 10 Day audit of Votes. Spy and Electoral Commission, A separate group of House conservatives also plans to challenge the results. Republican Senator Mike Brown of Indiana says an audit would improve Americans faith in the electoral process and enhanced the legitimacy of the next president. I'm Cameron Fairchild. Meanwhile, the federal judges tossing out another lawsuit challenging election results brought forth by Republicans Matt Matt Johnson reports. It was an effort from Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert and some Arizona Republicans to try and have Vice President Mike Pence ignore electoral votes next week, the judge ruled legal action didn't have enough standing to sue. The decision comes just days before Congress meets to certify Joe Biden's win on Wednesday. Pants pushed back against the lawsuit before the ruling I'm at Madison, a record three million early votes have been cast in the Georgia run off elections. The turnout figures were compiled by the University of Florida U. S elections project. You say the three million plus early votes amount to over 38% of all the registered voters in the state. Tuesday's election pits Republican U. S Senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler against Democratic challengers John Ausaf and Raphael Warnock. If the Republicans lose Democrats take control of the Senate. Vandals have struck the homes of the House speaker and the Senate majority leader over this holiday weekend. The AP is Ben Thomas has that Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is home and Louisville, Kentucky was spray painted early Saturday with messages including, Where's My Money, and Mitch kills the poor, an apparent reference to Congress's failure to approve an increase in the amount of money being sent to individuals to help cope with the Corona virus pandemic. Senate Republicans blocked efforts to boost the payment from $600 to 2000 and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is home in San Francisco. Someone spray painted graffiti and left a pig's head and fake blood on New Year's Day. Police in both cities they're investigating. I'm Ben Thomas. Big. The execution date for the on Lee Woman currently on federal death row is reinstated. Lisa Montgomery's execution has been delayed for reasons including her lawyers contracting covert 19 while visiting their client. More recently, it was because of federal judge ruled that the Justice Department had unlawfully rescheduled Montgomery's execution for January 12th while a stay of execution order was in place, However, a federal appeals court has cleared the way for Montgomery to be put to death for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, in 20 or four, removing the baby and trying to pass it off his throne, the three judge, federal appeals panel has concluded. At the Lower court judge was wrong when he vacated Montgomery's execution. Jennifer Keiper CBS News about 20. People are missing at sea after the 29 Ft Cabin Cruiser they were on never arrived at its Florida destination. The U. S. Coast Guard says it has suspended its search for the boat. That was three days overdue to arrive in Florida. After leaving the Bahamas officials say the Coast Guard another search for more than 17,000 Square miles for about 84 hours before suspending the search around noon yesterday. Officials have not released information about who was on that boat. It left the Bahamas on Monday and was supposed to arrive in Lake Worth, Florida on Tuesday. Comcast says it will raise Internet fees for clients who use a lot of data WBZ TV S Bill Shields explains working from home remote learning. They used to be foreign concepts, but not during covered. Nowadays, more more people are home and using the Internet and now one provider, Comcast has decided to raise the cost of using the Internet. If You're using it a ton. Comcast says A very small percentage of our customers go over 1.2 terabytes because 1.2 terabytes. There's a massive amount of data that enables consumers to video conference for 3500 hours. But Comcast says this is only going to affect a very small percentage of his customers less than 5%. And they're putting off the fee increases for several months. Make WBZ NewsRadio part of your.
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"Issue before you can. I have done that in my time on the seventh circuit, But Barrett stood her ground Barrett leveled with the senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee. I just can't just wake up one day and say I have an agenda. I like guns. I hate guns. I like abortion. I hate abortion and walk in like a royal queen and imposed their will on the world, she said. They have to wait for cases and controversies, which they interpret. Barrett was also grilled on Obama care, since the high court is deciding a case on it soon and would not Commit to recusing herself from hearing the case of confirmed when asked by Senate Democrats, But eventually the questioning was over. The moment came, it was time to vote the ayes or 52. The nays or 48. The vote Kelly, mostly along party lines to confirm bear it to the Supreme Court. Your senators Mike Brown and Todd Young, both voting to confirm Senator Susan Collins of Maine, the only Republican to join every Democrat in voting. No. Barrett was sworn in by Justice Clarence Thomas soon after the votes that privileged to be asked to serve my country in this office, she's an alumna of Notre Dame, Notre Dame president Father John Jenkins, calling her confirmation a momentous achievement. Barrett joins Chief Justice John Roberts says. One of two Hoosiers to currently sit on the high court from RBG Toe. A CB for hindsight, 2020. I'm Donny Burgess and curtains. Shyla. Maybe you can talk about this for a minute, one of the consequences. Of father John Jenkins going to that big to do at the White House where President Trump introduced Amy Cockney Barrett as the nominee? Well, yeah, if you remember he went to the to the To the Rose Garden, and he was not wearing a mask. Where's along with many other people there, And, of course, that had some pretty far fetching ramifications for the students back at Notre Dame. We were basically on him on his case about not wearing a mask, and he ended up getting coronavirus. Yep, I want to talk to another consequence of this lot of people were saying Amy Cockney Barrett should recuse herself when it comes time for election challenges. And as the election challenges have come to the Supreme Court, if you will notice, there has been no dissent as far as the Supreme Court throwing those election challenges out. So it looks like a least according to Ah, to this particular subject matter, Amy Cockney. Barrett has proven herself a person of her word. As far as You know not to. Not being partial to the president who nominated her for the position. I'm personally just very interested to see how Amy Kuney Barrett's positioning on the Supreme Court affect issues that are pertinent to both sides of the political spectrum, because, as you said, it appears that she has remained true to her word. But I remember speaking to Dr Laura Wilson you nd on. She said that her placement would more than likely result in a clash of ideologies. Regardless s O. I'm just very intrigued to see where that goes from here coming up, But my luck Yes, Indiana's fortune..