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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

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02:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

"6 A man has been taken to harborview after he was shot several times at a west Seattle RV encampment off of West End over His children Marina reports You can see a real long stretch of RVs just encampment This homeless encampment has been here for well over a year maybe a couple of years now at this point And Joel says the man ran to a nearby building for help police are still searching for the shooter Governor inslee's office under increasing pressure not to release a convicted triple killer in a highly publicized case from 1980 After more than 40 years in prison 63 year old Timothy Polly has been granted release by the indeterminate sentencing review board Kelly tarp was 13 when her father Lauren dowell was tied up in the waken cooler at the barn door tavern in sea tac and fatally shot in the back of the head her mother was tortured and hung but survived She told John Carlson Pauley claims to be a changed man but has not apologized for his horrific crime It's never referred to as the robbery or the murder or to the execution and he never has ever and all these years that we've attended hearings and had to listen to him He's never referred to us as people A spokesman from the governor's office sent us an email saying they expect issue a final decision in that matter very soon First responders and healthcare workers met U.S. senator patty Murray today in Seattle over the drug addiction and mental health crisis John lobert TV reports Senator patty Murray turned to the men and women in the trenches of this crisis This pandemic has said our entire country back catastrophically in 2021 our nation saw over a 100,000 drug overdose deaths that is a record In his next budget the president is committing $52 billion to mental health and drug treatment over the next decade We respond to about four overdoses here in Seattle Every single day Seattle fire chief Harold's goggins recounts one case where treatment and follow-up saved a life They actually got him connected up to services and we didn't have any more calls That's harm reduction used to call it prevention senator Murray The stories I have heard from people are really heartbreaking fentanyl deaths in King County doubled last year Fact finding for a bigger conversation with Congress John lobert northwest news radio Well the CEO of Alaska airlines apologizing for the recent wave of flight cancellations and says they've taken steps to fix the problem for June and beyond We've made significant changes to ensure a high degree of reliability This includes hiring and training a 150 new pilots 200 additional reservation agents and 1100 new flight attendants In a video sent to employees and customers band mini kuchi concedes that they did a poor job anticipating a loss of 63 pilots before the schedules were set for April and May In his words they failed to live up to their longtime commitment to customer service and that.

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Senate Blocks Bill to Allow Cruise Ships to Restart Sailing

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Senate Blocks Bill to Allow Cruise Ships to Restart Sailing

"It was one step forward and two steps back for the cruise industry as two bills met very different fates on thursday in the us. Senate the careful. Resumption under improved safety enhancement act or the cruise act designated to essentially override the conditional sale order put in place by the cdc was derailed by senator. Patty murray the bill sponsor senator rick scott expressed disappointment reiterating his belief that the was not treating the cruise industry fairly. Meanwhile the florida senate voted to overturn a twenty twenty vote by the residents of key west to limit the size of visiting ships and the number of cruise passengers could disembark at any given time next. The bill will face a similar vote in the florida house of

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Diverse panel recommends U.S. judge candidates in Seattle, Tacoma

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Diverse panel recommends U.S. judge candidates in Seattle, Tacoma

"In in Eugene Eugene on on Monday Monday and and then then Yakima Yakima on on Tuesday. Tuesday. Washington's Democratic U. S. Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell are weighing who might serve as new judges on the understaffed federal bench in Western Washington Couples. Franklin's he reports the senators have received a list of potential candidates from a selection panel will now go over the names and make recommendations to President Biden, who will then nominate the judges. We'll have to be confirmed by the Senate. Five of the seven full time district Judge. Positions in Seattle and Tacoma are vacant. That's the highest ratio in the country. The

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Local leaders speak out to condemn anti-Asian violence, hate crimes

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Local leaders speak out to condemn anti-Asian violence, hate crimes

"Comes Bill O'Neill has more on a message to the Asian American community from Washington Senator Patty Murray Murray took to the floor of the U. S Senate to deliver that message to the victims and their families and to the Asian American and Pacific Islander community in Washington state and nation wide. My heart is with you. Not just today. But going forward. The senator says she will continue to send the message that the hate must stop. And she's calling on everyone to act. The U. S. Has seen a sharp increase in recent months of violent attacks targeting Asian

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Radio AP CBS News Special report A lot of fall out from yesterday's violence on Capitol Hill, the latest a call from Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer for Mike Pence to immediately invoke the 25th amendment. He's not alone. Steve Dorsey. Reports. Illinois congressman Adam Kinzinger is the first House Republican to call for the president's own Cabinet to remove him with powers from the 25th amendment. In a video statement posted a social media Kinzinger called President Trump unfit and unwell. His attacks on Mr Trump aren't surprising. He's been an outspoken critic denouncing the president's assertions. Democrats stole the election. Others they're calling on Congress to reconvene to begin impeachment proceedings at a House committee will now review the law enforcement response. Facebook is suspending the president's account for at least two weeks, and Shopify is pulling Trump stores from its platform, saying it does not tolerate actions that incite violence. CBS NEWS Special Report I'm coming. McCormack and I'm Erin Grillo. Some members of Washington's congressional delegations say they also support the 25th amendment to remove the president from office. They include Senator Patty Murray, representatives Rick Larson and per Mil a giant Paul, Susan Del Bene and Derek Kilmer. Congressman Kilmer on Seattle's Morning news. Donald Trump is not in a position to lead the next 14 days. And what we saw yesterday may just be the start. So with that in mind, I do believe that the vice president, the Cabinet should shouldn't vote the 25th amendment here in Seattle. Those who've taken to the streets since the killing of George Floyd had a message of their own as we hear from cover radios, Hannah Scott's local protesters back in their cars first blocking.

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

"Break during the day on Sunday. Still mostly cloudy, still shower upper forties lower fifties again tomorrow and then tomorrow night. Lots of rain into Monday morning in the couple of the Senate hearings on Come on news. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 It's been a tough year for everyone. Washington Senator Patty Murray delivered the weekly Democratic address today with a message of hope. Hello. I'm Senator Patty Murray from the Great State of Washington. Earlier this year, the first confirmed US case of covert 19 was diagnosed in my state. And since then, like for families across the camp country has been turned upside down. I know this year has been incredibly hard for so many reasons. People have fallen sick with this virus. They've lost jobs because of it. They have struggled to make ends meet. They have lost loved ones. And I know our work to address the pain of this panda having is far from over, which is why Democrats are fighting every day to get more help and make sure communities have the resources to respond to this crisis. Things seem very difficult now, but I want you to know there is a reason for hope to last week after a thorough review of a trial conducted with tens of thousands of participants. To evaluate safety and Africa see, the FDA granted its first emergency used authorization for covert 19 vaccine. Well, this is a historic scientific breakthrough. It did not happen overnight, and it was not a fluke. It happened because of decades of research by scientists here in the United States and abroad into how coronaviruses work. And how to develop safe and effective vaccines. We can all be proud of the investments our country has made in life saving medical research and of our scientists and doctors who have worked tirelessly and carefully to develop and evaluate this vaccine and who are leading us out of this crisis. Trusted. Experts like Dr Fauci have full faith in this vaccine and in the research and evaluation that brought it to us. I will be getting that saved myself assumes it's my turn and I encourage everyone to do the same. While this vaccine is good news for our country, it is far from Mission accomplished. There is so much more work to do, and even the best vaccine can only protect you. If you actually get it. And to go from vaccines on shelves to back scenes and arms were going to have to roll up our sleeves literally and figuratively, Part of the work ahead falls to Congress, the federal government and local health departments. We already know the vaccine will be free for you and your family because of lost. Congress test passed, But we will also be working to make sure state local and tribal health departments have the support and resource is To distribute the vaccine quickly, safely and equitably consistent with public health recommendations and to ensure that every community is engaged in the distribution process and has both the information and resource is necessary to get vaccinated, especially communities of color, who have too often been left behind in our health.

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"On the line. And hard fought victories for the LGBTQ class community are on the line. Matthew in my home state of Washington and his husband were able to marry to adopt and fortunate to be able to form a loving family. But that might not be possible for LGBT Curia. Plus couples like them in the future. If the highest court in the land turns back the clock and refuses to see them as equal under the law, Mr President, the bottom line is that this this Supreme Court fight is now Not about politics. It is about the lives of hundreds of millions of people, and if Republicans don't believe my constituents, I invite them to ask their own. I encourage them to listen because I guarantee people across the country know what Republicans have been saying No exactly what Republicans are voting for, and they are speaking up about it. I'm here sharing their stories on the Senate floor, and Democrats brought their stories to the committee room so that Republicans have No choice but to hear them And when we vote, Republicans will have no excuse to pretend they do not know exactly what's at stake. Instead, every one of them will have a simple choice. Will you listen to the families who are speaking up the people who are saying to you in no uncertain terms that if you put this judge on the court, If you win this partisan lawsuit, it could kill me. Or will you ignore them? If Republicans truly want to reassure their constituents and want to show their listening the choice It is simple vote no on this nomination, And to those who choose to put this president and the profoundly lost Republican Party above anything else to those Republicans who are capping these brutal last fouryears off with such a staggering show of fealty and partisanship and callousness know the consequences of this vote will be felt long after this president is gone from office. Regardless of the outcome of this election. People of this country will not forget. And neither will your Democratic colleagues. Thank you, Mr President, Senator Patty Murray on the floor of the Senate. The Senate has been in session all night and continues debate today on the U. S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett. A final vote on her nomination is expected.

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Thought, you know, you're just thinking and thinking and thinking, but never doing too much process. Yeah, yeah, it's it's just although I will point out that this curve the bridge that is falling apart. That didn't quite live up to its life span. Not even half of it were supposed to get 75 years out of that. And so, but, I mean, I am not for Let's do something fast without thinking about it. Obviously, safety and speed are almost antithetical. I mean, it's hard about together. Yeah, that too. It's you know, it's it's difficult, but If they could be done, and it could be done well and done, right. And this is the option. That makes sense. It would be nice to see Seattle really kind of pulled together on similar things like this, especially for an emergency for so many people that are hurting over there. Yeah, absolutely. Thank you, Celia. Appreciate it, And I'm fired up. Can you tell like between you and Jie? How many cups of coffee None. I'm a Diet Coke guy. Oh, okay. Okay. Still ahead. We need to talk, G. What are we gonna talk about? We need to talk about the very thing that I believe all of us. All of us have a problem with Yes, we all have this one problem right now during this pendant will explain that next. We need to talk to Cairo Radio. Continuing coverage. Senator Patty Murray calls today's vote to advance Judge Amy Cockney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court a sham. Senate Judiciary Committee voted to move bearing nominations. Democratic senators refused to show up. The vote protest in the GOP's rush in to replace the late Justice Ruth said the process has been a sham..

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Sen. Patty Murray Won't Commit to Ending Filibuster, But Doesn't Rule It Out if Dems Win Back Majority

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Sen. Patty Murray Won't Commit to Ending Filibuster, But Doesn't Rule It Out if Dems Win Back Majority

"After the fight, But Washington's U. S. Senators are tipping their hands. Almost Bill O'Neill has more Senator Patty Murray isn't yet throwing our support behind, ending the Senate filibuster aura pushed and more justices to the nation's highest court. Democratic critics say the filibuster could slow a democratic agenda should the party when the White House in the weeks ahead, the Senate's third ranking Democrat on Murray tells the Seattle Times she's not ruling out major changes but is hoping Republicans will be more cooperative should her party win decisively in November. Marie says the best and most durable legislation has been crafted with support from both sides of the aisle. Meanwhile, Washington's other Democratic Senator Maria Cantwell, is also not publicly backed an end to the filibuster or expansion of the Supreme Court. Colonial

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Seattle - Sen. Patty Murray: 'I cannot support' Trump's Supreme Court nominee

News, Traffic and Weather

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Seattle - Sen. Patty Murray: 'I cannot support' Trump's Supreme Court nominee

"Democratic Senator Patty Murray, has issued a statement in reaction to the nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. She says. Make no mistake. A vote to confirm Barrett is a vote to take away people's health care and vital, writes, she says. I oppose the nomination in the strongest terms, Senator Murray says she's going to do all she can to fulfill Justice Ginsburg's last wish. Had the president elected in November. Appoint the new justice. And Washington's other senator, Democrat Maria Cantwell, is also not supporting the Cockney Barrett nomination. She says she has previously voted against Judge barrettes confirmation to the U. S Court of Appeals for the seventh Circuit because she did not believe her judicial philosophy represents a jurist who would uphold privacy and other rights guaranteed in the U. S Constitution. And Democratic House represented Pramila. Jaipal is also reacting to the nomination, she says in a statement. Any individual nominated to a lifetime appointment on the Supreme Court must believe in equal justice under law an opportunity for all That means protecting civil rights, women's rights and reproductive rights. Not only does Amy Cockney Barrett failed to meet that standard, but has spent years consistently and dangerously arguing against it from the federal bench, she says she strongly opposes her nomination.

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Democrats propose legislation to reform police force

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats propose legislation to reform police force

"Oh three steps can be taken right now to combat systemic racism within the nation's police department that's what U. S. senator Patty Murray as saying couples going take Murray made a seventeen minute speech to promote a bill written by her democratic Senate colleagues Kamilla Harris of California and Cory Booker of New Jersey their legislation would among other things reform qualified immunity qualified immunity protects police officers from liability when they commit harm while performing their duties Murray says the bill also would limit when an officer can use deadly force and required deadly force to be used only as a last resort Murray says these changes are not only necessary but long overdue and there's absolutely no reason this body should be able to take up the straightforward vital steps and pass them immediately resistance to these steps those seems inevitable the Seattle police officers guild for example opposed to twenty eighteen ballot measure to require police de escalation training to avoid deadly

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Governors disregarding White House guidelines on reopening

AP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Governors disregarding White House guidelines on reopening

"President trump says his administration is giving governors a lot of leeway when it comes to following the federal guidelines for coronavirus safety we want them to do that we rely on them we trust that that's after an AP analysis finds at least seventeen of the state's opening up haven't met any of the criteria outlined by the White House one requirement is testing to show infections are dropping and I H. director Dr Francis Collins updated the Senate health committee Thursday scientific and logistical challenges are truly daunting but I remain optimistic senator Lamar Alexander is the committee chairman we will need millions more tests than we're producing today senator Patty Murray the ranking Democrat said it has to be led by scientists at have to prioritize public health nonprofits not politics currently the U. S. is testing more than a million people a week but some experts say a million tests per day or more are

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

"Video conferencing from their homes and offices that included Washington democratic senator Patty Murray well the twenty five billion dollars we passed for testing recently was a good start it is going to take a lot more to get this job done the senators who did attend in person wore face masks when they weren't speaking there nearly a million and a half people in Washington who filed for unemployment benefits since the corona virus outbreak began almost Charlie harder tells us why some who were initially rejected might want to file a claim again we're told around two hundred sixty five thousand people have applied and not yet received benefits but about a hundred eighty seven thousand of them are those who have filed an initial application but not a weakly claim or those who were previously rejected and have an applied since a federal package made them eligible Suzi Levine heads up the employment security department and to the phone please our team members are reaching out and calling people to resolve their cases we'll see an eight hundred number please pick it up she says more than two billion dollars in benefits have already been paid out Charlie harder komo news a company in Michael teal was the first to help Snohomish county begin to meet the demand for personal protective equipment Snohomish county emergency management says they need thousands of pieces of PP for front line workers which is why they've asked at least half a dozen local manufacturers to see if they can help Cyril Faulkner with wizard international was the first company to step up switching its operations from making picture frame maths to face shields yesterday we were able to spend enormous county department two hundred about first articles that came out he says the desire to help is definitely there but the biggest problem for them is finding the wrong materials to produce more PP and that's a challenge for manufacturers everywhere supermercado news the Seattle city council has put off discussing a proposal to tax big businesses while we're in the covert nineteen shut down councilmember Kshama someone who sponsors the tax Amazon legislation was upset that a hearing next week was canceled in the context of the destitution faced by a majority of Seattle's working people this is an absolutely irresponsible and reckless decision on the part of politicians someone says her proposal also includes two hundred million dollars in cash assistance for households affected by the shutdown so it should be considered as an emergency response to covert nineteen meanwhile major changes are coming to Seattle streets twenty miles of streets that have been closed to traffic for local access only our stay healthy streets we're going to make that permanent mayor Jenny Durkan says they're even looking at expanding the closures in the north and in Rainier valley this is the city has seen in nearly sixty percent drop in vehicle traffic due to the covert nineteen outbreak well if you don't have internet access the state is building out its free wifi network and not only is it free these new hot spots allow you to stay in your car and practice good social distancing state commerce secretary Lisa brown says you'll be able to do whatever you need to do maybe it's a lot of form maybe it's an unemployment claim maybe it's time for a job something related to what school activities the state already has more than four hundred of these hot spots set up many of them in the parking lots of public libraries Jeff Pojulu company news experts have begun setting traps and what can county for the so called murder Hornet well there are still many questions entomologist Chris Mooney with the state agriculture department says they did get a bit of a head start when some were found in British Columbia last year that point we started thinking well how would we do a survey for loss with a short here what techniques we use would be reach out to Henderson December lo and behold somebody walks out their door and finds one and that kind of pre planning even if it was very short turned out to be really really valuable well the Asian giant Hornets of raised plenty of concern Looney says there's no way of knowing when or how many might potentially be found it's now ten minutes past the hour komo news now an update from the Harley exteriors como sports desk the Seahawks twenty twenty schedule is out and that includes a couple Sunday night games an early week six bye and a tough November but it also includes three of four home games in the December stretch start planning your Sundays now Major League Baseball promises to have its proposal for the twenty twenty seasons of the players union within a week it includes a second spring training in June ideally the season would start in July but still a lot to work out including where they'll work out sports at ten forty here on komo news I'm Ryan Harris when you're living with polycythemia Vera.

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:04 min | 2 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting senators are updated on efforts to ramp up testing for the corona virus experts agree a critical element for safely re opening the nation's economy is having widespread accurate testing for coal that 19 and I H. director Dr Francis Collins updated the Senate health education labor and pensions committee Thursday scientific and logistical challenges are truly daunting but I remain optimistic senator Lamar Alexander is the committee chairman we will need millions more tests than we're producing today senator Patty Murray the ranking Democrat said it has to be led by scientists at have to prioritize public health nonprofits not politics currently the U. S. is testing more than 1000000 people a week for cold at 19 but some experts say 1000000 tests per day or more are needed Mike Rossio Washington

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US faces 'truly daunting' challenges on needed COVID tests

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

US faces 'truly daunting' challenges on needed COVID tests

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting senators are updated on efforts to ramp up testing for the corona virus experts agree a critical element for safely re opening the nation's economy is having widespread accurate testing for coal that nineteen and I H. director Dr Francis Collins updated the Senate health education labor and pensions committee Thursday scientific and logistical challenges are truly daunting but I remain optimistic senator Lamar Alexander is the committee chairman we will need millions more tests than we're producing today senator Patty Murray the ranking Democrat said it has to be led by scientists at have to prioritize public health nonprofits not politics currently the U. S. is testing more than a million people a week for cold at nineteen but some experts say a million tests per day or more are needed Mike Rossio Washington

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The White House sets a testing goal but will it be nearly enough?

Jay Talking

04:42 min | 2 years ago

The White House sets a testing goal but will it be nearly enough?

"The White House has laid out its plans for re opening the country Assistant Secretary for health admiral Brett Gerard discusses the white house's testing plan with ABC's George Stephanopoulos there is a strong consensus out there that we're gonna need lots of testing to reopen the critics are saying the White House guidelines don't go far enough you need mandates the national strategy more funding here's what senator Patty Murray had to say your plan doesn't set specific minimum goals or for a time frame identify ways to fix our broken supply chain or offer any details whatsoever on expanding lab capacity or achieving needed manufacturing capacity what's your response to senator Murray home my response is the blueprint we did was meant to outline the roles and responsibilities as well as the core objectives of a testing and rapid response program I guess senator Murray just does not understand the details of what we're doing on a state by state basis our team has contacted or working with every single state D. C. Porter Rico to define really the specifics of what that state needs according to their state re opening plan and the two percent really is sort of a minimum floor there many states that want to do four percent six percent eight percent every month we have the supply chains figured out we know what we can supply the state so we really are much more sophisticated the overall strategy is a strategy it's not a state by state plan that's what we're doing individually with states there is no it's not just senator Murray's had this kind of criticism even of one of the president's strongest allies former governor Chris Christie of New Jersey say that the White House has sort of the president has to order the use of the defense production act to fix the supply chain to make sure every state has what it needs you know I'm in the middle of this everyone he's commenting is really on the periphery of it let me tell you the ground truth the ground truth is for most circumstances the DPA is not necessary because there's maximum production all the industries are working together on the supply chain related to testing there will be a DPA action today but it's not one of the forceful DPA actions it's a hand up it's an investment in American industry that will greatly expand the testing we need some of the testing supplies so that particularly by fall when we may have coded circulating with influenza and need drastically more tests than we have now will have the supplies that we need but the DPA has been used selectively when it's necessary but in most regards regarding certainly regarding testing it's really unnecessary but they hand up you will see will be will be implemented as necessary and I guess one of the big questions is is that hand up going to be enough I know you've seen this report from the experts at Harvard he say that we're gonna need to really open the economy to get started we're going to be needed neatly testing five million people a day in June a twenty million in July and that the guidelines you've laid out can't get us anywhere near that so we don't believe those estimates are really accurate nor are they reasonable in our society what we're talking about the two percent number let's just put that in context two percent per month is almost double the per capita rate that South Korea has achieved over the last four months accumulated this is a massive amount of test in in many states we're going to be doing four percent six percent eight percent according to the state guidelines we know for a fact that we can supply the states with the full supply chain the swabs the media the testing capability to achieve those goals and remember on this particularly in the summer it's not just about task because we can look at syndromes there is no influenza circulating in the summer so when someone comes in with an influenza like illness to the iolite network that is nationwide we'll have a good idea that that person is likely covert infected and concerts to that area so tests are absolutely important or critical they will be expanded dramatically as we re open but it's not the only tool we have in the tool box I know you're also working to dramatically expand the antibody test you satisfied now with the quality of the tests that are going to be going out in the states so as we stated many times particularly the point of care in a body test could be fraught with inaccuracies and that is why the national Cancer Institute along with the FDA and the CDC are really running the full panels of these test against what we believe is a gold standard you'll be seeing some of those results were really soon on many tests are just not up to par and some seem to be performing very very well and that's very very important and it actually took a whole appendix in the blueprint we talked about yesterday about why having a very highly specific test particularly for an antibody to talk about immunity is it's really critically important so you'll be seeing those results very soon

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

"Senator Patty Murray says our state received more than eleven million dollars to help with response efforts that cash is part of the nearly eight billion dollars Congress approved earlier this month it's a concept you likely use for your morning Cup of coffee the warrior family's dinner order but as couples Brian Kelberg reports there is a different kind of drive through in our area that's hoping to make a difference the idea is to safely offer tests for covert nineteen we understand that there is a significant need for increased testing to confirm or rule out which is why Dr Thomas Hey this team from UW Madison I've just opened a new drive up instead of tacos they're offering tests in a place that doesn't endanger others having patients coming into our emergency rooms or going into a doctor's office is just keep in mind this drive up likely isn't for you for two different reasons Dr Hayes as the first reason the majority of us shouldn't need to be tested yet it's very important to patients understand that until and unless a person actually exhibit symptoms that may be consistent with this cold at nineteen a list of the test is actually very inaccurate so people are you I know there are people who are concerned about their possible exposure say a family member was diagnosed or coal worker I was diagnosed and it did a lot of fear and anxiety of the community however live but we can't we should not be testing patients who are not exhibiting symptoms that are consistent with this illness the second reason this drive up testing might not be for you is that it's not yet open to the public with only two in patient health care workers and first responders the reason doctor he wanted you to know about his drive through testing to assure you that the local medical community is trying and testing every method possible to keep you safe and remember if you think you have symptoms of this coronavirus they really should contact their regular position and and get further guidance from there Brian Calvert komo news it's not a good time to ask voters to approve new taxes that is the consensus from king county officials who no longer plan to pursue a regional sales tax to fund bus service according to The Seattle Times king county councilmember Claudia bell do ti told advocates in an email the current events make a county wide August ballot measure unrealistic Seattle could still push for a city only tax packages mayor Jenny Durkan previously said she would but that would have to be pushed by March eighteenth in order to get on the November ballot Washington among the many states taking swift action to arrest the spread of the corona virus but a national survey finds our state's response is less aggressive than for others according to the personal finance website WalletHub Rhode Island has acted most aggressively to stem the covert nineteen tied to followed by Connecticut Maryland New York and Washington like those other states Washington has banned large public gatherings and close schools and restaurants what's missing well some states have activated a curfew restricting movement between eight PM and five AM it's a step Washington has not taken yet Corwin hate komo news now added to the coronavirus closure list the casino closest to Seattle the snow Kwame tribe citing the desire to protect the health and well being of the community suspending all casino operations through the end of the month takes effect at two eight AM tomorrow morning during that time the tribe says it will cover wages and benefits for its eleven hundred workers the present market also owned and operated by the tribe will remain open come on news time one ten time for sports ten forty past the hour billboards at the Harley exteriors sports desk in the run for the roses pushed back until the fall you can add the Kentucky derby to the list of major sports events canceled or postponed because of corona virus Churchill Downs famous horse race now moved to September NBA owners today hold a teleconference exploring their options for the season one possibility basketball games in the summer although that could interfere with the Olympics major league baseball's opening day potentially mid may but Toronto Blue Jays manager Charlie mon Toyo tells ESPN expect that date to be pushed back again what I got from all the baseball people talking since like June first yeah yeah yeah right now Tom Brady.

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm ari Shapiro and I'm Audie Cornish the corona virus continues it's alarming spread in the U. S. it's been reported in more than twenty states with the highest number in Washington state so we reached out to senator Patty Murray she's been advocating for her hard hit constituents senator Patty Murray is the top Democrat on the Senate health committee and she represents Washington state welcome to all things considered nice to be on with you today you said you're frustrated by the way the trump administration has rolled out testing for the corona virus in practical terms what does this rollout mean for people in your state who fear that they or their loved ones might be sick with this disease I am very frustrated and angry because people are sick they go to the doctor the doctor tells them the only thing we can say to you is to go home and stay home for two weeks imagine what that feels like to somebody who has a job who has kids who's you know got all the things on their plate that every family does it may lose their paycheck may not be able to put food on the table because of that and now it's grown to businesses who are telling their employees to stay home are from Microsoft and many of our major employees and today we're hearing the university of Washington is announcing that they're not going to hold any classes live on campus R. two school districts that are being shut down and I'm talking to currents in a school district that's now been shut down for at least two weeks and they're desperately trying to figure out how to deal with kids who were on free and reduced meals how do they get them meals how do they get instructions to their students and this has a wide ranging impacts and did you raise these frustrations with the vice president when you spoke to him and what was his response I told him stop telling us things that are not real you know people are pretty good with dealing with reality they're not good with dealing with misinformation or empty promises people need to know the facts and they need to know how to take care of themselves their families their communities their businesses I am to have this we're all okay everything is going to be good go to work kind of approach is not what the reality is on the ground when a big organization like Microsoft for the university of Washington is making a decision to tell people to stay home who are they seeking guidance from is there a good chain of command here can you understand who's in charge and giving the advice of the best advice we're getting is from our public health agencies they are desperately trying to follow the guidelines that CD is put out you mean the CDC has put out yeah the CDC has put out changing guidelines remember the CDC originally said don't test anybody unless they've been traveling well that's far too late in our state because this is now community spread so people are being impacted and are sick who didn't ever traveled they may just have gone to a grocery store the US had time to prepare for this wall the virus was in China but not yet on American soil do you think it used that time effectively absolutely not R. if there's one thing I am furious about she is I've been tracking and trying to get the best information since the first case was announced in the state of Washington are we prepared for what clearly has happened in other places in the world CDC said we're going to get the test kits out they took a long time to do it when they got them out they weren't working they recall them they said no worries we'll have tests out in by the end of the week we have the vice president and the president saying there's a million a million and half out of the out there I'm talking to people on the ground in Washington state who are sick we're going to their doctor and being told we do not have to ask it's going home given that there aren't enough test kits what's your sense of how many undiagnosed cases there might be in Washington state right now I suspect there is a lot more than it than is being told to us right now if you just look at the death rate right now compared to the number of positive cases you know that there's a lot of people because so far given the number of diagnoses about ten percent of people have died and as best we can tell that the mortality rate of this disease is far lower like somewhere around two percent absolutely correct and just from the people I know who are telling me that their child is sick they're sick they're family sick but they're not being tested there just told to stay home so anecdotally I'm gonna tell you the numbers much higher so given that this could be the new reality for weeks or even months what what can you do to help the people and businesses that are so severely affected by this well I am trying to ask everyone and work on practical solutions one of them that I believe we absolutely need to do very quickly is to pass a check from a sick leave kondik prep provision that will allow any kind of emergency like this public health which requires people to be at home to be paid otherwise you're low income workers I mean a lot of people working at hotels and restaurants or a nursing facility who are lower income hourly wage workers don't have any paid sick leave they're going to have to go out and work somewhere to pay to tip to care for their family we need an emergency sick leave pay for these people so that they can stay home and take care of themselves and their families and not continue to spread the virus I know you've just introduced this but in a divided Congress do you think something like this is likely to pass quickly enough to actually help the people who need it we have to have this we know containment is the only way to deal with this virus right now and you can't just assume that everybody can stay home and in fact we know that they cannot if we want to contain this virus we need real policies that allow people to stay home and that's just one of them the the cost of the test right now is a real question if in the future we have a way to be able to care for people with this with some kind of medication or in the future with the vaccine making sure that it is not just the wealthy people who can't afford it but that everyone has access to it as other states start confirmed cases of this coronavirus further steps you would recommend they take to avoid the situation the Washington is in now what I'm seeing right now is that absolute planning that is critical that every I would recommend every school district take what are you going to do if you have to shut down for two weeks or more how can you make sure that your students I get access to learning north shore school district and in our state of Washington is making sure that laptops are available to all students free of charge they are making sure that every student has their own ability to be able to talk to their teacher get their lessons plans and get it back they are scaling this up quickly a lot of districts need to be thinking right now how do we have that plan in place so you're not giving people advice on how to avoid the situation that Washington state is in your giving people advice on how to deal with the perhaps inevitable future in which they are in that situation R. if you had told me ten days ago the situation on the ground that I'm seeing right now in Washington state was going to be real I would have said you are you sure every school district in this nation should have a plan in place should their school district have to shut down because of a public health emergency senator Patty Murray Democrat of Washington state thank you for speaking with us thank you at the outset of this presidential campaign progresses were torn between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders but eventually in states that have held primaries they picked a side and many of them chose Sanders the story of how that happened explains part of Warren's down fall in Paris that's not how it has that story in February of twenty fifteen I went up to New Hampshire to meet a group of Elizabeth Warren superfans they were trying to draft her into the twenty sixteen presidential adviser warned you said Rhonda Warren one of the groups behind the effort was democracy for America Charles chamberlain is the chair we believe that she would have been a better candidate than Hillary Clinton at the time Lauren was adored by progressives as this charismatic star on late night TV who had fought the big banks during the recession but just last week chamberlain's group endorsed Sanders over Warren the change in between that time isn't look when we were trying to get Elizabeth Warren to run back in two thousand fourteen fifteen that was before Bernie Sanders had run for president and Bernie Sanders ran in two thousand sixteen an incredible campaign and even moved the entire Democratic Party the last late last summer when Warren was holding mega rallies with seemingly never ending self felines the progressive community was not so sure what to do in September the working families party became the first major group to endorse a candidate and it chose Warren here's the group's director Maurice Mitchell at a rally in New York City Elizabeth Warren has been a personal hero to many W. P. members her critique of the financial industry helped lay the groundwork for occupy Wall Street then in October a blow to Warren congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez endorsed Sanders right now one of the best democratic presidential primary field in a generation and much of that is.

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Sen. Patty Murray touts her achievements for 2019

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Sen. Patty Murray touts her achievements for 2019

"State's senior U. S. senator touting her accomplishments for twenty nineteen which include money for education veterans and housing couples right here says more among the things democratic US senator Patty Murray is proudest to scoring two point three million dollars for housing homeless veterans as well as a commitment from the trump administration to cancel the student loans of veterans who are totally and permanently disabled Murray also worked on bills for funding education from early learning to minority serving colleges and universities as well as one to make the federal financial aid application easier to complete Murray says these things are just lip service from DC politicians actually find real grants to communities that help those communities put in place childcare or build the transportation infrastructure or put up new low income housing these are critical projects that I work for and fight on for every single day in and does make a difference for twenty twenty Murray says she'll continue to work to keep healthcare costs from rising and to help communities fighting the opioid

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

"And Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to unblock the two election security bills passed by the house I think they're kind of of the opinion that if Russia is going to help them win then there okay with that McConnell says he's always viewed Russia as a threat it's just a highly partisan bill from the same folks who spent two years popping up a conspiracy theory about president trump in Russia McConnell says the bills are too heavy handed when states are already taking steps to improve election security Brian Harris como news Washington democratic senator Patty Murray took to the Senate floor today she's calling for a vote on universal background checks for gun purchases people going about their days to school and movie theater place of worship to places where they should feel safe lose their lives to gun violence the Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell again says he's not willing to hold a vote until he knows whether the president will sign and making a law when you have divided government his challenger. we all have different points of view the president has given conflicting answers about whether he'd sign a bill on background checks do people not know how to drive in the rain como's sewer Meryl has more on the question we've probably all asked ourselves why does it seem to happen when the rain comes back it's like we or in most cases when we are involved the other driver has forgotten how to drive Joe GMO no with the driver training group says it's not that drivers are bad or that we don't know how to drive in the rain it's that we haven't changed our driving behavior.

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

"Senator Patty Murray blasted president trump's plan to spend billions of military dollars on a border wall instead as a reminder Mister president this is a wall that the majority of the people American people did not ask for and do not want and that president trump originally claimed that Mexico was going to pay for it acting customs chief mark Morgan praised Mexico for its part in the border crisis government Mexico has taken a meaningful and unprecedented steps to help curb the flow of illegal immigration tore border under the trump administration plan the Democrat Marie tells the state Senate or the U. S. Senate that is Washington stands to lose eighty nine billion dollars meant for new submarine peer at naval base kit sap this November you'll have to decide on a mission of one thousand if it passes it will repeal nineteen ninety eights initiative two hundred which got rid of many of the state's affirmative action rules among other things that emission of said race and gender can't be considered in hiring or handing out contracts but former Seattle Seattle councilmember Martha chose says I two hundred should be repealed. to include veterans who have served their country women's small businesses and seniors those who want to keep the law in place a decision should be based on merit and not race or gender you'll decide in November and that they should show up on the ballot as referendum eighty eight a volunteer firefighter was badly burned earlier this month fighting a wildfire near oaken augen come was Charlie harder was there is the firefighter's wife spoke to reporters today at Harborview him Johnson wants you to know her husband of more than twenty years as a quiet humble kind of guy the type who thinks actions are more important than words you hope that that doesn't happen and you prepare for that if it does and that you move forward you're always moving for Christian Johnson was in Iraq war vet and was volunteering as a firefighter in Okinawa again he's in rough shape burns over sixty percent of his body he's just weakling his toes now is burned Dr Sam R. Bobby held back tears it's.

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Wave of Washington lawmakers call for impeachment proceedings against Trump

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Wave of Washington lawmakers call for impeachment proceedings against Trump

"All of Washington democratic house members are calling for impeachment inquiry into president trump today represent is Kim Schreier Susan dell Benny Derek Kilmer and Denny heck all call for an inquiry today Washington senator Patty Murray also released a statement saying she do agrees with our fellow lawmakers that impeachment proceeding should begin she says it has become clear that the house should begin proceedings to determine whether the president's actions necessitate

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"But if you choose to follow the time change, you must adhere to the dates that are said. So I guess if what is it Zona? That's of confusing, Arizona and Hawaii, they, they don't ever adjust daylight savings time. So why if Alabama Florida what went you do what they do? Barely. They wanna they wanna do year round daylight savings time. We'll just do the do the flip side of the coin. And you won't have to change the clock twice a year, right? Sounds like an easy ah resolution to me anyway, the department transportation still says that it saves energy. That I don't know. Critics. Say this might have done some good in a bygone era. But today in this in this modern era doesn't really have any benefits, so. In congress, Marco Rubio, and Vernon Buchanan introduced the sunshine Protection Act. To recognize daylight savings time all year for the entire year. They've also now got to get dishes. Senator Patty Murray of Washington to the list of the bill's sponsors. So you've got some support on the Republican Democratic side. Also, President Trump back this spring said he's fine with doing away with the times, which is. Permanently observing daylight savings time, right? In the state of Washington. The governor, they're signed into law Bill to have congress authorized, the states observance of year round Pacific daylight time. Lot of people say, in this, it was good back in the day. But it's kind of an archaic thing now to continue. Switching the clock. Oh, got several others. We've got Tennessee. A new law at Tennessee calls for year round observances of daylight savings time that was signed by the governor there, Arkansas resolution was approved calls for the state that state permanently observe daylight savings time in amended. Illinois bill. I guess it's not passed yet, but it would make daylight savings time permanent. She goes the trend the list of states goes on and on look at Oregon on the list, even California. Where they voted unanimously to do away with the time. Switch. It's about time, right? The one thing you do here, every time you change the clock is, there's people that I get the more crashes. And more heart attacks on the Monday after the time change. I don't know doesn't make sense to me. Why, but as far as the crash has go. I understand that. Because you've got people who've been leaving during the time of day and all of a sudden, they're driving the times in our difference. You've got like sun, glare, and things like that people being blinded don't have their don't have glasses. Especially in the first few days after the time change. So that kind of makes sense I get back to the calls here smiley. What's happening? Night your NHRA weekend. Joanna. Yeah. Good luck eighty one Carlo for sale in my driveway, and white people bought it. I had a big weekend about. You wouldn't believe. So what made you decide to or opt to depart with your money Carlo? We inherited it. At six automatic. No extra now L later and figured it, you know, make a racer out of it. Sure. Dr guy bought it for that. Immoral drop in. Deal with knowledge and my wife wanted pictures of it and sound twitchy, his by that car. We had a million people. Okay. First thing you'll be eight. And then no air has to stop to it, but my mother and all of new and my mother-in-law pay it at all by one on the Lateri. Is that right? On dollars on. You're in. Back in the day, that a lot of money, wouldn't it be nice to pay off a car with five G today? To get you off the pardon. That's you're right. Yeah. Well, I know making our. Just amazing to me..

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

"Load of the building. And then no shave off some of that peak demand in the summer when it's really producing a lot solar at peak time is key. Because that's when the rates are highest. So it'll cut an estimated ten thousand dollars a year off the ports power Bill and pay. For itself in about twenty years. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Budget writers, the democratic led Washington house and Senate say they have reached a tentative agreement on a new two years state budget. However, they won't release details until Saturday the Trump administration's plan to restrict funding to abortion clinic says hit a roadblock in the courts. A federal judge in Oregon has issued an injunction against the title ten gag rule, which prohibits federally funded clinics from discussing abortion with patients democratic Senator Patty Murray says the rule would prevent tens of thousands of women from getting the care they need. There are eighty thousand people who get their care through titled ten providers here in Washington state about four out of five of those get that care at Planned Parenthood. Proponents of the rule say it's simply clarifies that titled ten money was meant for family planning services, not to subsidize abortion clinics in his ruling, the Oregon judge called the Trump administration's plan, quote ham fisted approach to public. Policy, and quote, Microsoft is announcing a new partnership to help uncover miscarriages of Justice. As komo's Brian Calvert tells us, the Redmond company will do it with a little help from Hollywood. The new platform is called trial watch, and it was developed with help from actor George Clooney, specifically, his nonprofit Clooney foundation. A lot of the governments now are using trials and courts to create end to to commit crimes soft has helped develop an app as a courtroom watchdog Clooney tells Britain's TV able to send monitors in who we have an app that they can the can keep track of and we can eventually create a list, and basically a Justice index of the countries that are handling their court cases in the most fair way. The app uses is your cloud, technology and artificial intelligence tools. Microsoft president Brad Smith says this new technology will promote fairness in trials by making the world a witness to what happens inside. Courtrooms. Brian calvert. Komo news ever said wait longer to get their licenses issued or renewed today after the State Department of licensing system went down for several hours. Christine Anthony is with the deal L. Driver and vehicle services are now fully operational. And we think everyone for their patients as we figure. This problem out g says, the problem appeared to be with the state's connection to a national database which had to be rebooted. Komo news time is eleven forty right tonight.

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

"Closer. Look meet Adriana 'cause Orla. Are you? It's difficult to talk about this. But I rather tell my story because I know there are many women who aren't here that do that. And I want to be heard the woman from our state was in the other Washington earlier sharing what harassed workers all over the country go through she knows because it happened to her and I've worked in restaurants in factory, and I was cleaning offices, and each one of these jobs, I have received treatment everything from wage theft to physical violence and sexual harassment. It seems unbelievable in twenty nineteen Adriana. Couldn't even believe it was happening. I thought that these things happen in the United States. We found that millions of workers are not protected under our civil rights laws. Senator Patty Murray has launched legislation to do something about this on a national scale. The be heard act will take strong new steps. It will establish new clear standards to strengthen prevention in workplaces nationwide. It will empower workers to come forward by providing new resources and support Murray says it will protect people like Jennifer Glover, a former national security officers stationed in Nevada. I was propositioned by my supposedly brothers. I was proposition by management. I was turned down for Lieutenant position as well as being accepted into an SAT group. She would eventually be fired the whole time. My supervisor's knew that this was happening. And they did nothing. In most cases, my supervisors were some of the ones that were harassing me. You should be treated fairly respectfully and with big nitty. This should be true. No matter your gender or race, your religion or sexual orientation or age. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Traffic.

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"All hell broke loose at the state of the union address. Yesterday is President Trump and the Democrats fought a battle of competing symbolic visitors that quickly descended into chaos the Malay began when the president began speaking about border security and Democrats leaped to their feet and began hurling Honduran children at the podium Trump immediately fought back by introducing the bodies of people who've been killed by Mexican drug cartels. And we're now seated beside the first lady in the balcony, the Democrats in a frenzy responded by introducing a psychotic doctor to perform a late term abortion on an audience member and then launched into a pink hat protests. When the president introduced roic firemen who saved the baby's life, Washington, Senator Patty Murray roasted denounce the baby rescue shouting, quote is this the sort of America, we wanna live in where Mexican gang members or put in prison while babies are allowed to run free when dedicated doctors working slave to destroy the life of a child only to have all their efforts reversed at the last minute. We are not progressing toward the country. Democrats are trying to create unquote hysteria continued to spread throughout the house change. Over when Trump declared. He was sure there were great people on both sides of World War Two while Nancy Pelosi stood up and sang five courses of the red flag before she forgot who she was an accidental locked herself in her oversized purse. Bernie Sanders, meanwhile, became furious when he found out that Harry Reid use the distraction to confirm sixteen more conservative judges in a statement released by the ghost of Julius Rosenberg Sanders said quote, we never saw such shameful goings on during the good old days in Moscow where every man who was shot in the back of the head by the secret police received free healthcare other than that. It was the usual boring state of the union address trigger warning. I'm Andrew klavan. And this is the Andrew klavan show. Humpty dumpty. All the same. Z thompson. Zip zippy's, so wonderful..

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Question you ask going for and I'm clicking all these stories, and none of them sank clearly. No, the don't. So it's just got to be controlled just a jerk or he's just a jerk. Right or he's just a jerk. He even though what do exist. Nobody, you know, some some kid, you know, smoking dope in college. And you know, my parents they did ask. Hope I wanted to exist at the time. You didn't have ears pointing developed so I guess he didn't hear it. I mean, this this is like welcome to twenty nineteen. Yeah. There's. Anti-nato list? Shut. So so so I'm suing them for giving me life. Again. What do you want you dead? And just go away. Do it man. I don't understand this in part of part of historic talked about children should ask their parents why they had them. Right. So it's just them asking why you had them. And what point in my why my here, and in the end in the end that it's that it's it's control from the government. So you're going to have to prove. Before you have children. Why you needed them? Why you want them what you're going to do with them? What the outcome will be or you can't have them. And then if you have people are going to be sneaking around in the back alleys to have babies just to have their own kid. Don't tell anybody. Right. I mean, that's China. The to the two kid rule, right? Have more than two kids. We have a nice day. This one kid rule. I don't know. That's in China now too. Quote, my life has been amazing. Right. But I don't see why I should put another life through the rigamarole of school and finding a career especially when they didn't ask to exist and just don't have kids. That's a solution. Sar you were born sucks for you. If you don't want to perpetuate that evil crime on someone else and don't procreate while we say that it's legal, and I don't know that's illegal in the elbow. Probably you know, may go against whatever religion, you were forced to believe in as a child since you weren't asked to, you know, consent to being born you can people dick their own lives all the time. So you don't necessarily have to be on the planet. And and and you made a great point that perhaps the pairs just move the whole family to to Virginia. And then they can decide you know, what we decided we didn't want you better. Get here day. Not sure how long are you gonna have that governor their backup your plan right at look they tried to on the Senate floor yesterday evening. Ben Sasse out of the Brassica called for unanimous consent on his born alive abortion survivors Protection Act, okay, which provides protections for any infants born alive after attempted abortion procedures. That's a no brainer that passed easily. Right. Well, you think so if you would think so but democratic Senator Patty Murray of Washington objected to the Bill for core, she preventing it from receiving unanimous consent. And there you haven't Murray Clinton the legislation is unnecessary because they are already legal prohibitions on infanticide. Murray was the only democratic Senator to come to the Senate floor of this evening and left immediately after objecting. So she just showed up she was the one chosen show strong. Yeah. Well, the paper strongest thank you. Yeah. And you know, what there's also gun laws. I'd like to point out the Democrats. So we don't need. No one's no. We do to enforce them. Right. And earlier today earlier yesterday Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell who I love. Hear more from him getting his support for For asses. SAS legislation and headed that he'd be willing to bring it to the floor for a roll-call vote. That's so nice of you match. I hope that none of my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. Invent any reasons to block this request later today. Uh-huh. That would make quite a disturbing statement. And it's too late sass..

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"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"senator patty murray" Discussed on KOMO

"And how you can avoid it. We check traffic every ten minutes on the fours. A Lakewood man was killed in an officer involved shooting. Overnight police were called just after three AM about a man with a knife in an apartment complex off of eighty eighth street court southwest. When officers arrived the man with the knife, charged at them. He was shot in died at the scene. Initial investigation shows the forty three year old man who was killed had been the person talking with dispatchers. And there was no intruder three police officers involved in the shooting had been placed on paid administrative leave while the investigation continues Vancouver. Police say a woman is in critical condition after being stabbed by her dealt sun. The sun identified as twenty eight year old Brian tombs called authorities Friday. Evening to report that he had stabbed his mother Sonia. Officers found her unconscious in the home of stab wounds to her face and neck. She says she remains police say she remains in critical condition at a hospital with life threatening injuries and Tacoma police are investigating a deadly shooting at a nightclub early this morning. They received multiple reports of shots fired around three thirty this morning along south Yakima avenue. Officers found one man shot and killed at the scene. Secondhand suffered a gunshot wound and was transported to the hospital. And Senator Patty Murray is in town calling for an end to the government shutdown. She says she's open to the debate on the wall. But if we allow a president any time to hold the paychecks hostage of individuals over whatever policy we will be in this this kind of shut down forever. Every time we have.

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Absences among U.S. airport screeners jump as shutdown drags on

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00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Absences among U.S. airport screeners jump as shutdown drags on

"Other drugs, Miami International Airport is closing terminal this weekend to do the partial government shutdown because security screeners have because security screeners have been calling in sick at twice the normal rate. There's no indication that will happen at seatac. But frustration is mounting with workers not getting paid. He was Senator Patty Murray went to the airport yesterday as FAA workers

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Sen. Patty Murray: How Senate handles Kavanaugh accusation a 'test' for GOP

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00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Sen. Patty Murray: How Senate handles Kavanaugh accusation a 'test' for GOP

"Senator Patty Murray cautions Senate Republicans to be careful in their handling of Dr Ford's testimony Thursday concerning sexual assault allegations against supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. She was on meet the press today. Look, if someone says, my car got stolen, you don't presume they're line. But if someone says I was sexually abused people today sometimes presume that they're making it upset there. Whatever that it should be a presumption of innocent. And then have a fair process to go through to determine the truth. Senator Murray says Thursday's testimony is very reminiscent of the needed hill. Clarence Thomas hearings in nineteen Ninety-one. She says one big difference is the current metoo movement. She says even back in nineteen Ninety-one during the testimony between Anita hill and Clarence Thomas and FBI investigation was conducted before those

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Brett Kavanaugh - Christine Blasey Ford Senate hearing set for Monday

Lance McAlister

00:45 sec | 4 years ago

Brett Kavanaugh - Christine Blasey Ford Senate hearing set for Monday

"A Senate hearing to examine sexual assault allegations against supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh is set for Monday Kavanagh's accuser has been invited together with him to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee democratic lawmakers. Say they do not want history to repeat itself in nineteen ninety one Anita hill was grilled by all men Senate Judiciary committee about her allegations against the nominee for the supreme court who was later confirmed democratic Senator Patty Murray of Washington says she does not want Senate to repeat history committee members need to have the facts. That's why they're asking for an F B I background investigation. And I believe that that would produce a much better. Hearing Murray says Republicans are trying to rush a confirmation for supreme court Justice nominee, Brad

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Coast Guard crews search for man missing from cruise ship

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:42 min | 4 years ago

Coast Guard crews search for man missing from cruise ship

"Crews searching for a passenger missing from a cruise ship near cape flattery around the mouth of the straight of wanda few coast guard petty officer norcross so they got a distress distress call from the ship just after four am today after the band's wife's that her husband was not in their cabin receive a report of a seventy three year old male in the country from the cruise ship mariner man the captain of the seventies mariner confirmed by security video the man jumped from balcony on the eighth deck at four fifteen this morning president trump's domination of brett cabin offer supreme court justice draws praise and condemnation from elected representatives in our state komo's corwin hake with a little reaction from both sides is expected reaction from our state's congressional delegation is divided along party lines democratic senator patty murray is concerned justice cavanaugh would permit the supreme court to roll back she calls settled law on abortion rights this is not a time for anyone to sit back and watch for the supreme court in the future of our nation hangs in the balance we just need a few republicans in this republican majority senate to stand up to president trump and stand with democrats and the people in the country in rejecting this nominee but republican congress member cathy mcmorris rogers of spokane says in a statement she applauds and supports the nomination adding she trusts cavenaugh will fully uphold the constitution we cherish yakama congressman dan newhouse says in a statement the nomination shows the high importance of interpreting the constitution as the founders intended corwin hake komo news time ten oh four and coming up king county again pushing for more affordable housing in the area around the future northgate light rail station i'm bill o'neil full police investigations online may have to wait i'm.

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Afghanistan, Senator and Roe discussed on Gary and Larry

Gary and Larry

01:57 min | 4 years ago

Afghanistan, Senator and Roe discussed on Gary and Larry

"To memphis an iheartradio station mixed signals i'm choking euro fox news secretary of state mike pompeo's in tokyo after leading us delegation for talks and north korea calling the discussions productive but north korea describes him as regrettable secretary of state before leaving pyongyang addressed reporters on the tarmac there he said the us in north korea made progress on central issues the secretary then got on his plane arrived in tokyo and then north korea's foreign ministry released that statement on what it calls the regrettable attitude and demands from the united states negotiators the statement though also included a message from kim jong un's office saying the chairman and president trump establish trust in singapore last month and that he expects that will continue as negotiations progress five red johnson in tokyo president trump is terming downing's final list before he announces his nominee to the us supreme court monday night four remaining names are believed to be brad kavanagh amy coney barrett thomas hardiman and raymond catholic democrats using their weekly address urge the public to oppose any of the nominees you are already thinking about what this could mean for our future for voting rights for environment for workers for lgbtq equality you know just as well as i do that in particular ah trump nominee could get protections for people with preexisting conditions and take away constitutional protections for women's reproductive rights under roe v wade washington state democratic senator patty murray the pentagon says the us servicemember was killed two others were wounded during an apparent insider attack in southern afghanistan the wounded service members are still being treated and are in stable condition and barrel has weakened back to a tropical storm as it moves through the caribbean the storms located about six hundred fifty miles from the lesser antilles fox.

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Fractious EU summit concludes with agreement on migration

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02:52 min | 4 years ago

Fractious EU summit concludes with agreement on migration

"Of customers without cable internet and phone service comcast was criticized on social media for the outage and then criticized again when it's twitter account directed customers to an internal website that was also down that's your money now i'm bruce vale komo news european union leaders say they've set aside major differences over how best to handle migrant arrivals these are your world headlines from abc news european council president donald tusk says this is in fact the easiest part of the test compares to throw at us on the goals let me start implementing bickering over who should take responsibility for the tens of thousands rescued from the mediterranean has undermined e you unity meanwhile the un's migration agency is snubbed the trump administration's candidates elite it it's only the second time that it won't be run by an american since nineteen fifty one yemen's warring parties have confirmed their willingness to restart negotiations after a two year hiatus and pope francis has accepted the resignation of melbourne's archbishop who said he preferred jail the telling thirties about any sex abuse of children that might have been revealed to him in confession i'm tom rivers at the abc news foreign desk in london the practice of us border patrol agents boarding buses to question passengers would become more limited under a bill cosponsored by one of our states us senators komo's corwin hake explains everybody gets asked the same questions are easy question spokane earlier this year kra e news shot footage of a us customs and border protection agent aboard a greyhound bus of what country are you citizen and where are you going to the practice of questioning travelers on interstate buses is routine and legal borders hey nice house north of here within one hundred miles of the border can have that conversation here us citizen thanks so much we're done not all travelers are done so quickly last summer a mexican citizen filed a legal complaint after border agents singled him out for questioning aboard a greyhound bus in spokane he says he was detained in spokane for several hours now senator patty murray from our state is introducing legislation to limit these bus interogations under her measure such questioning would be restricted to within twenty five miles of a us border corwin hake komo news komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours gilbert clearing up some of the problems here in the puget sound area in berea now southbound i fi i should say state route five oh nine south one hundred twenty eight earlier collision to no longer appears to be a problem and alesi thurston county northbound five to college way exit one eight b that's now out of the way as well and traffic is easing up southbound on i five from the porta tacoma road to the tacoma dome your next.

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Compromise immigration bill fails in House

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:55 min | 4 years ago

Compromise immigration bill fails in House

"The best talent the society for human resource management says over the last twelve months thirty four percent of the organizations reported that the increase their benefits to employees up from thirty two percent the previous year sixty six percent of workers identified sizable benefits and perks packages as the number one determining factor when they consider job offers eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news put in justice anthony kennedy has announced his retirement setting the stage for a monumental battle over the nation's constitutional direction his departure hands president trump the chance to cement the supreme court's conservative course for years to come he's a man that i've known for a long time and a man that i've respected for a long time he's been a great justice announcement is already stoking passions in both political parties senator patty murray of washington says it's only fair that a replacement vote come after the midterm elections i hope that senator mcconnell follows his own advice that in indecision this large of this much magnitude that touches so many people that he allows the voters to way our senate majority leader mitch mcconnell immediately promised to confirm trump's nominee whoever that may be before the democrats can potentially recapture the chamber in november the house has overwhelmingly rejected an immigration bill intended as a compromise between in different wings of the gop hobbling the party's efforts to address the issue ahead of the midterm elections republican congressman carlos correa of florida says an action is not an option despite the setback we will continue working with republicans with democrats with anyone who is sincerely interested in solving this problem the bill failed three hundred one to one twentyone with all democrats in one hundred twelve republicans opposing it the wide margin of defeat highlights how divided the gop and brought her house are on immigration president trump is expected to name former fox news.

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