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The New House Financial Services Committee Head Wants To Postpone Crypto Tax Measures
"For a.m. Friday, December 16th, 2022. The new House financial services committee head wants to postpone crypto tax measures. Patrick mchenry wants the treasury to postpone the infrastructure investment and jobs acts digital asset and tax collection portion. Mchenry claims the clause is poorly written and at brokers might be misinterpreted. The rule was challenged earlier this year by coin center, a blockchain advocacy organization. Crypto miners and stackers are exempt from the new law, according to senator rob Portman's tweet of a treasury letter read more
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Republican wave tested by competitive Senate race in Ohio
"The U.S. Senate race in Ohio is considered to be neck and neck between a moderate Democrat already in Congress and a Trump endorsed GOP challenger Ohio congressman Tim Ryan a Democrat no longer holds a comfortable lead over challenger J D Vance They're vying for the seat vacated by retiring senator rob Portman Democratic strategist Dale butland admits In the midterm election history tells you that the party in power in The White House always loses seats JD Vance is running on a GOP wave of national discontent with Democrats expressed by this factory retiree Dan fund The way this current administration is going I don't think the future looks good For voter Amy hunt the democratic agenda is what's needed for the future Reproductive rights is huge for us because we have two daughters and we're want to raise them in a world where they have the rights that they're entitled to I'm Jackie Quinn
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What JD Vance's Win of the GOP Nomination in Ohio Means For the US
"I mean, this is just amazing. What we saw happening out in Ohio because JD Vance, wow, he just climbed in the polls. In the last couple of weeks, interestingly, after Donald Trump endorsed him. He did win the day out there in Ohio. He now advances to the big race in November. He's running against senator rob. Well, he's running against center Tim congressman. Tim Ryan, I should say, this is for senator rob Portman's seat, rob Portman, of course, is retiring getting out of politics. And this will be an interesting one because what I love about Ohio voters is that they really are just kind of salt of the earth and they're interested in a lot of the same things that frankly I think you and I are interested in from a policy perspective. And so it will be extremely interesting to watch. I should point out that Tim Ryan, he has a history of being pretty tough on China. He is a history for standing up for the American people on the jobs front. He's very anti inflation. I mean, he's got a lot of values that are somewhat aligned with a lot of the conservative values, not all of them, for sure. Not all of them. But that's why it's going to be so interesting because he's not an AOC type. He's not a Bernie Sanders type is not Elizabeth Warren type. He kind of didn't fit in entirely perfectly to the Democrat party. So now he's running against somebody who is really the antithesis of everything that the Democrats stand for. And that'll be a very interesting barometer to see where that heads for us as a nation. Don't forget, this Vance victory is seen as a Trump victory because Trump endorsed him and it really could spell some pretty good news for Trump endorsed candidates. I think in other upcoming primaries, including what we're seeing in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Georgia, all over the country,
GOP Senators Say Biden’s Infrastructure Deal Is Back on Track
"Paul. Three. Republican senators say President Biden's infrastructure deal is back on track. There was some concern the deal could fall apart when the president linked it to a larger tax and spending bill that Republicans do not support. But the president walked back Those remarks over the weekend, Republican Senator Rob Portman says work on the bipartisan legislation can now move
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'We Have a Deal': Biden Announces Bipartisan Infrastructure Agreement
"Biden's proposal on infrastructure correspondent Clayton Neville tells us the president is applauding the bipartisan effort to strike a deal. After months of negotiations, President Biden with a bipartisan group of lawmakers behind him, had an announcement. We have a deal, Republican Senator Susan Collins applauded her colleagues on both sides of the aisle. We've agreed on the price tag the skull And how to pay for it. It was not easy to get agreement on all three, but it was so essential the Bills price tag $973 billion over five years or 1.2 trillion over eight years. President Biden admitted it wasn't the deal he wanted. None of us got what we all whether we want it. They gave more than I think. Maybe there were inclined to give in the first place, but this reminds me of the days we used to get awful lot done up in the United States. Congress, Democratic Senator Kirsten Cinema called the agreement a historic investment in infrastructure. We all Gave some to get some because what we did was put first the needs of our country. Republican Senator Rob Portman said. The investment covers more than roads and bridges, lots of other kinds of infrastructure, including broadband, including our water system and a rail system, all of which is good for the economy. This will lead to more efficiency in our economy, Higher productivity, more economic growth. This is about the long term. Specifically, the agreement includes $109 billion on roads and highways. 15 billion on electric vehicles in transit in $65 billion toward broadband. Other investments to on airports, drinking water and climate change. President Biden insisted the proposal will create jobs. This still makes key investments to put people to work all across the country building transmission lines. Upgrading the power grid. To be more and more energy efficient and resilient and extreme weather to be able to sustain system rather and the climate crisis as far as how the deal will be paid for a variety of sources, including
Far Fewer Young Migrants Are in Border Patrol Custody
"Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says that border patrol custody of young migrants has declined dramatically. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports that secretary My Orcas attributes that to changes made by the Biden administration secretary. My Orkest told the Senate Homeland Security Committee that fewer than 500 young migrants were in Border patrol custody this week, compared to nearly 6000 in late March. The challenge is not behind us. The results are dramatic. But Ohio GOP Senator Rob Portman noted the unaccompanied minors have been moved to health and human services facilities. I'm glad Customs and border protection is moved Children to HHS again. These Children have only been moved from one federal agency to another. My Yorkis conceded that there is much more work to be done. Claude agree
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Trump set to return to the spotlight with CPAC speech
"Less than six weeks after leaving office former president Donald Trump is returning to the political spotlight trump will deliver the closing speech at the conservative political action conference that's been taking place in Orlando Florida attendees like Martha may cut jade say they're ready for his comeback we want to see our president and I think our president meaning the people's president and what should they expect maybe settling some scores American conservative union chairman match lacked by the same token I think he's going to talk about this coalition that he built me to the coalition like the Republican party's ever seen before he's very popular among Republicans on ABC's this week senator rob Portman I do think that the policies are what's even more popular and that's why Republicans actually did pretty well in twenty twenty other than the presidential level I'm Ben Thomas
House passes $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill
"Massive $1.9 trillion covert relief plan, now heads to the Senate after passing in the House. ABC is Mark Malard has more covert relief bill does not include President Biden's $15 an hour wage boost and it doesn't include any Republican support. The bill passed the house along party lines, and it's likely to follow the same path in the Senate. Republican Senator Rob Portman on ABC this week, says he's hopeful for a bipartisan effort could work together on this one and then continue to work together on infrastructure and retirement security and supply chain issues with China and so on. So my hope is that they change their mind before this is over. Democrats say the Republican proposal is far too little.
House passes Joe Biden's COVID-19 relief bill with $1,400 personal checks, legislation heads to Senate
"On the Senate to follow the house and pass a covert 19 relief Bill worth $1.9 Trillion, But no Republicans voted to pass the bill in the House. And with Senate Democrats preparing his reconciliation, a simple majority instead of the 60 vote threshold to pass it, Republican Senator Rob Portman of Ohio tells ABC this week. Koven relief has never been a partisan issue. Over the last year, we passed five bills, as you know, with overwhelming bipartisan margins. Former President Trump makes
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Republicans Propose $618 Billion Covid Relief Plan
"Joe Biden is set to meet this afternoon with a group of 10 Republican senators were proposing an alternative, less expensive covert relief plan to the $1.9 trillion plan. The president has proposed details now from Wtlv is Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The plan being offered up by 10. Senate Republicans calls for spending about $600 billion. Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman says the GOP plan would also distribute checks of $1000 instead of 1400 lower income threshold. We think they should be much more targeted $50,000 cap individuals as an example, 100,000 for a family. The president's top economic adviser, Brian D's, who also spoke on CNN's state of the union, says the White House is open to ideas that could make the plan more effective with an important caveat. The president is uncompromising when it comes to the speed that we need to act at To address this crisis on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P News
"senator rob portman" Discussed on AP News
"Has lost its way. Appearing on NBC's Meet the Press, The Illinois Republican says he wants fellow Republicans to examine how far we have come in a bad way. How backwards looking we are, how how much we peddle darkness and division, he says. The Republican Party seemed to wake up after the Deadly storming of the capital by Trump supporters. But he's been disappointed to see it fall asleep again. Republican Party has lost its moral authority in a lot of areas. Me. It doesn't mean we don't need to fight back, you know, to defend what we believe conservative principles. But when I ask people now What is a conservative principle? How many people think that conservative principles are things like, just build the wall and, you know, charged the capital and have an insurrection. Ben Thomas Washington and I'm Rita Foley. AP News Here's proposal would send some stimulus money to families with annual incomes up to $300,000. The White House indicates it's open to talking about limiting that GOP Senator Rob Portman suggests the check should go to people making no more than 50,000 year with families capped at 100,000. Portman's among 10 Republicans. The White House says the president's invited to talk more this week. 10 GOP senator said the president a letter urging him to keep negotiating amid an impasse over his $1.9 trillion plan. Which Republicans say is simply too expensive and sends money to those who don't need it. They're pitching spending roughly a third of that about 600 billion, his spokeswoman says. The president's invited the group to the White House early this week for what she calls off full exchange of views. Thank.
"senator rob portman" Discussed on WTOP
"Infectious disease expert Dr Michael Ulster home on NBC surge that is likely to occur with this new variant from England is going to happen in the next 6 to 14 weeks. And if we see that happen which my 45 years in the trenches tell us, we will. We're going to see something like we have not seen yet in this country. England, for example, is hospitalized in twice as many people as we ever hospitalized that our highest number how dare dining has reopened in Los Angeles County Ai PX TVs. Betty, You spoke with patrons enjoying their first sit down meal out in weeks, Frederick name who came in from Oakland to dine at his favorite spot, They could serve me cat food, I would eat it with Leisure because I would eat anything that actually the food is not important anymore. It's the people is the people around me. It's fantastic. It was a similar scene in the East Bay restaurants were full of diners and on the peninsula. There was a 20 minute wait for a table at great by cooks and servers were nonstop all night. President says he's willing to move forward with covert relief with her without GOP support by the administration is trying to accumulate support for its nearly $2 trillion covert relief plan. But the proposal continues to get a chilly reception from Republicans Senator Rob Portman. My hope is the president will meet with us and we'll be able to work out something they just bipartisan. Portman was one of 10 GOP senators who signed a letter asking the president to meet with them on an alternative option. The GOP proposal would reduce the overall cost to about $600 billion. Lower the direct payments sent to Americans and not include an increase in the minimum wage. Kristina Ruffini CBS News The White House, Reuters is reporting that President has invited several Republicans to the White House for a meeting in Rochester, New York, and nine year old girl was handcuffed by police and sprayed with what they call a chemical irritant. Recently released Body Cam footage shows the girl struggling with officers on Friday. The U. S is urging me and Mars military to release top officials detained in the early morning raid. This is CBS News. If you need to hire you need indeed, indeed immediately delivers quality candidates from our resume database when you upgrade your job post get started at indeed dot com slash credit. It's two No. Three. It's Sunday, the 31st.
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Biden's COVID plan: GOP senators ask president to negotiate
"End Senator Rob Portman is criticizing the Biden administration's coronavirus relief proposal. The Ohio Republican tells CNN state of the Union. Much of what the administration has put forward has nothing to do with providing relief to Americans in the interest of the bite administration not to do what Democrats on the hill are planning to do, which is on Tuesday. Sonos start to go down the road of a process that will jam Republicans and really jam the country. Portman is among a group of Republican senators to sign a letter to bite and requesting a meeting with Biden on covert 19 relief. Portman says senators believe more targeted direct payments are needed. He also added that the group's plan would cost less than Biden's proposal, which is just under $2
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"Against the shore, we're going to see flooding could be some substantial coastal flooding, maybe as much as 23 or even 4. Ft. Of coastal flooding. In a letter sent today, a group of Senate Republicans are calling on President Biden to meet them at the negotiating table over his coronavirus aid package. Brian Dese, the top White House economic adviser on CNN, We welcome the import to say where we may have not gotten everything right where we could be more effective. Certainly that's part of the process as we go forward. What we really need to focus on now is what do we need to get this economy back on track? So what is it that Republicans are asking for Senator Rob Portman on CNN with regard to the direct payments? We think they should be much more targeted $50,000 cap for individuals as an example. 100,000 for a family. And right now, If people get the administration's plan, you could have a family with three kids. So making almost 300,000 bucks a year getting a check. Former FDA commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb says the new Johnson and Johnson and coronavirus vaccine could still prove to be just as effective as the Fizer and Madonna ones in protecting against new variants that have been found change. A vaccine is a one dose vaccine. They have a study under way looking at two doses. So it may well be the case that if you get two doses of that change a vaccine, which may eventually be how we end up using it, it'll be just as protective as the other vaccines. He was on face the nation more from correspondent Manuel Bohorquez. There are also questions about how the vaccines will stand up to new strains. Johnson and Johnson, which is said to ask for emergency authorization of its one dose vaccine this week noted that its efficacy dropped from 72% in the U. S to 57% in South Africa, where the mutant strain is driving new cases. This is a wake up call to all of us, we will continue to see the evolution Communion. Congressman Stephen Lynch, a Democrat of Massachusetts, says he has tested positive for covert 19 the scary part. It comes after he got this second dose of the Fizer vaccine. Earlier this month. This is CBS News. If you need to hire you need indeed, indeed immediately delivers quality candidates from our resume database when you upgrade your job post.
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"I news on the hour on the half. And when it breaks, I'm Rob Newton. Life from the CAF. I 24 hour news room. A mudslide has forced to freeways too close in the cell Mar area. Mudslide has caused the closure of the Balboa Boulevard off ramp to South 14 Freeway in the south five Freeway. This is an area just off the old road. Dave Joseph will have more on that in about a minute. Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren says regulators need to step up and investigate the game stops stock price. We need a market that is transparent, that's level and that is open to individual investors. It's time for the SEC to get off their duffs and do their jobs, she says. More regulation on market manipulation is needed retail investors organized on Reddit and then drove up the price of Gamestop stock. Republicans. Lawmakers want to meet with President Biden to go over a cove in 19 relief package. Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman says the current package is not acceptable in the interests of the bite administration not to do what Democrats on the hill are planning to do which is on Tuesdays, you know, start to go down the road of a process that will jam Republicans and really jam the country. Portman is part of a group of Republican senators who signed a letter to bite him requesting a meeting. Portman says senators same or targeted direct payments are needed. He says The group's plan would cost less than Biden's proposal, which is just under $2 Trillion and a winter storm has hit Washington D C reporter Matt Matt in Sin, says Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton has asked the U. S Capitol place to open up Capitol grounds for sledding with the influx of snow. Norton wants Children to have access to the West Side of the Capitol, which she says is a prime sledding location..
"senator rob portman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"As for his appointments, in many cases, one could almost see the fine hand of Joe Biden himself. In picking people. Tony Blinken, his secretary of state, is one of his closest advisers having run the staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for Chairman Biden. And served as national security advisor to Vice President Biden, Merrick Garland beaten for the Supreme Court, or I should say, not even giving a hearing. When Barack Obama named him now gets a chance to be attorney general and will probably have the support of many Republicans in the Senate who claim that they would have voted for him if given the chance. Put him on the high court. And of course, many of his old friends are around him in the White House from White House chief of staff run plane to the first woman to be secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen. These appointments come directly from Mr Biden himself. From those that he knows best. I might add one other things on a personal note. There's a lot of sense of relaxation around the White House at 78, the oldest president in American history is not going to be traveling. He is not going to be tweeting late at night, and he is not going to take opportunities to pick any partisan fights. In other words, he isn't Donald Trump. He works a 9 to 5 routine, spends a lot of time with his family and with his two dogs, champ and major So for the most part, we have the image of calm and cool now, as legislation comes to Congress, as the administration's seriously contemplates a tax increase, and Aziz we Rook at more power. Coming in the form of regulatory majors and these executive orders. We're going to see a president with whom the honeymoon will soon be over and we'll see the traditional Fisticuffs of the right and left in Washington. Major disappointment this week in the Republican Party, where Ohio Senator Rob Portman said he will not run for re election in 2022. What's behind that, Uh, very simply Rob Portman, a George W. Bush Republican. In fact, former budget director under President Bush. 43 just did not like a lot of what he called partisan infighting in Washington, and he was ready to go back home. I might add that he also realizes that the Buckeye State Is increasingly becoming a Republican state where the May primary is tantamount to election, So he retired without fear of loss to his party. So there was speculation that representative Jim Jordan might run for his feet. What are you hearing there? Jim? Jordan has since said he is not running and I might add Rick That had he run. He would have had all the money he needed from his appearances on talk shows, and he also would have most likely had Pre primary endorsement of Donald Trump. A zit. Turns out he wants to stay in the house and a whole new cast of characters has emerged for the Senate. Jane Timken State Party chairman and also on the Trump train from the beginning. In fact, President elect Trump personally made phone calls. Who helped her get elected state chairman over an ally off former Governor John Case IQ Another Possibility, J. D. Vance, lawyer and author of the critically acclaimed bestseller Hillbilly Elegy, which tells the story of so many disenchanted Americans and why they like politicians such as Donald Trump and Steve Stieb, Ear's congressman from Columbus. As chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, a solid conservative, But like Rob Portman, Loki Guy, the point is one could have 345 Republicans. They could mix it up in a primary, and given the fact Democrats can't come up with a name candidate, they're pretty likely to keep this seat in their pocket. John we're almost three months since the November election, and New York's 22nd district still hasn't been decided. What's the latest there? For the latest. There is that affidavit, ballots were finally examined and counted in the largest county in the district, Oneida. County. There were roughly 1400 affidavit ballots and let me explain what I mean by that. That's when it is questionable whether a boat can be accepted. The voter fouls and affidavit explaining why he or she should vote and then it's considered later by elected officials..
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"senator rob portman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A more partisan process. Republican Senator Rob Portman, just $25 million is very bold of me, and now they want to do another 25. That'd be great. But let's put the 1st 25 1st budget resolution could start as early as next week without bipartisan support. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he's willing to move ahead by using the budget reconciliation process to pass from the new administration's covert 19 priorities. As the liquid Terra. ABC NEWS Washington officials in a number of Cape Cod towns say the state's rollout of covert vaccines has made a challenging to get residents vaccinated and failed. This town manager Julian Suso says the vaccine supply is low in the state is giving little notice and how much will be available and when for what he says is now a confusing process over and sandwich officials say the town could not commit to covert vaccine clinics for its more than 2000 residents over the age of 75. Fire chief John Burke says the state supply isn't nearly enough. The amount of vaccines and we've been told by the state we're going to receive per week is 100. At that rate, he says It would take years to vaccinate the entire town, talking a year and a half two years at that drip rate of vaccines to vaccinate that subset population. Those problems stretch across the Cape. As Barnstable County says. In addition to a low vaccine supply, their help line is still being flooded by senior citizens confused and had a book an appointment. Him done WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, other promising development for one of the cove in 19 vaccine Still in development, it's Johnson and Johnson, claiming that their single shot vaccine is 66% effective at preventing the disease. 85% effective against preventing severe illness, although other vaccines from five year in modern herbal for port about a 95% success rate against disease. Dr Dan Bruce, one of the vaccines, developers tells ABC. Johnson and Johnson's vaccine has its pros, though, including convenient transportation and storage requirements, which could reach regions without equipment needed for Fizer and modernize facts. He has been developed as a single shot vaccine that does not require sub zero freezing. So we feel that those parameters will facilitate the rapid and extensive roll out of this vaccine both in our country and abroad. The company will Request emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration as early as next month. Frustration growing from million's trying to sign up online for a covert vaccine on Lee Divine that they can't in Bethesda, Maryland. Larry Fall, thought he was getting his covert vaccine today, but we had an appointment confirmed and we were told that only one a was going to be used today, and we were turned around and said, do not come back today because you're not going to get a shot. Larry spent hours on a Maryland site finding and getting his appointment only to discover a glitch confirmed him when it shouldn't like millions, he's starting again. From scratch. And you feel the ABC News Washington? Well, it seems like everyone is getting kind of worked up about getting their hands on a vaccine. WBC's Karen Regal spoke with an expert in anxiety. It's a very hard thing to hand over all your control and we don't have control right now. We have no control on making the vaccine when will get it and who's going to give it to us? All of this is a wonderful recipe for anxiety soup. Dr. Todd Marconi from Boston University suggests breaking down this huge problem Cove it death economic issues when the kids get back to school. Into small, manageable steps, remembering what you can control. Well, now I can live my life and go back to trying to deal with this pandemic. Manage things, the best that I can given the circumstances. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, and now many health experts are saying it's time to double mask, especially with several Corona virus variants circulating, But not all doctors agree with that. KCNC televisions. Jeff Todd spoke to one expert in Denver. Double masking has come because Mass don't fit. I'm sure you've tried different ones, and some of them just you know, you just feel like Oh, this is terrible Doctor May Chu has been studying personal protective equipment for years. When you double mast, you actually create more resistance and you don't want to. Use it because you can't breathe. So you have to find that comfort. But the main thing is to wear something that's comfortable that fits where you reduce the leakage. She's seen political leaders and others start doubling up in recent weeks. It says the science shows one good mask works. The center for Disease Control is currently studying the effectiveness of double masks. They have not yet released data to support whether it's better. And using a single mask. Everyone wants.
WHAS 840 AM
"senator rob portman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Is the district works to get kids back in the classroom. Paul Miles, has the latest superintendent Marty Polio, says more than 6000 elementary teachers and staff have received the first dose of the Moderna covert 19 vaccine more than 5000 will get it next week. So at this point we're on pace now. Big part of this will be Will we get the supplies of the booster and the second round that will begin February 19th on DSA. So you know, we can't roll out any Official date until we know that for sure. Louisville Health officials say more than 66,000. People in the metro area have received the vaccine about 10,000 of those are fully vaccinated. Hall Miles news radio 8 40 W. H. A s two pipe bombs found near the U. S capitol on January 6. They're believed to have been planted the night before. According to footage obtained by The Washington Post. A man in a gray hooded sweatshirt was seen carrying a bag near the capital. NBC News confirms that the FBI already has this footage and is offering a $100,000 reward for any information on the man. Two bombs were found at the RNC and DNC office buildings near the capital, which authorities believe was done to draw law enforcement away from the building. The FBI says the devices were to fully working metal bombs with kitchen timers. While Republicans are increasingly signaling that they do not intend to vote to advance President Biden's covert 19 relief agenda, they're also warning Democrats against moving forward to pass relief through other more partisan means. Republican Senator Rob Portman, just $25 million now is very bold.
"senator rob portman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Back Avenue. The governor getting a chance to elbow bump a couple people who were rolling their sleeves up and getting the shot this while operations had to be shut down on Monday, just about nine miles away at the old Meadowlands racetrack in East Rutherford. You to supply shortages. They also closed up early down in the glass door county site at Rowing College of South Jersey. Same reason not enough supply state officials asking residents to be patient. James Forman, W. O R News and Murphy telling ABC News that New Jersey isn't getting nearly enough vaccine. We need probably two or three times the weekly dosage that we're getting right now. I'm confident we'll get there. It's not gonna be as early as we had hoped. But I'm confident we're gonna get there. And I think by the time we turn to the summer, we're in a whole different place and marry DiBlasio speaking specifically today, the wedding receptions in New York City, and he says, probably later rather than sooner. The mayor says somebody approached him asking advice on wedding planning. The mayor says With the rate coronavirus vaccinations air going he does not think planning for the spring is a good idea. I don't like the notion of us thinking about big gatherings indoors in that atmosphere. I think that things start to turn. Weaken doom or, um, or to figure out how can we facilitate the right kind of gatherings. After expressing concern about different covert strains in the infection rate, de Blasio thinks couples should shoot for the summer. That is just my common sense Advice. I'm Scott Pringle. Double The ORGS. Ohio Senator Rob Portman is not revealing which way he plans to vote in the Senate impeachment trial. Portman says former president Trump's actions are inexcusable. But he's questioning whether holding a trial for a president who is no longer in office is even constitutional. Yeah, I've said that consistently. Um But that's not the same thing is impeaching someone who's in convicting someone who was out of office. And he says his primary.
WCBM 680 AM
"senator rob portman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Two Republican values that existed traditionally in this country up until colonel the 19 sixties. If you take a look at Republican party positions on the issues Historically 19 twenties 19 thirties forties, etcetera, you'd find they were blind, large strong in the military, but on Lee as it had turned to going to war. There's a lot of isolationism of the party then and resistance to committing US troops overseas. That was all kind of washed away. And I think, actually reinstating that as a party plank. Is one of the more significant things that happened under Donald Trump. Look, it took Joe Biden less than a week to start committing U. S troops overseas. Quick, Let's um so people of Syria in or something a little bit pregnant. You either are or you're not. You're going to either Send troops to Syria or you're not. On Donald Trump brought people home. Most politicians want to send them away. By the way, we're now getting word that this Ohio Senator Rob Portman will not run for re election, citing partisan gridlock, and this would be an opportunity for somebody like Oh, I don't know Jim Jordan. To run for Senate and I would wholeheartedly and I think the President Trump would get behind Jordan as well. His campaign to get a fighter in the United States Senate for Ohio on and Jim, Germany, with 20 Republican seats up in the Senate. Next cycle and only 14 Democrat won. So it's going to be a challenge to say the least. All right, we got more your calls and comments coming up. We have some election fraud news to share with you here. We haven't forgot about that. A swell and just a side note on Larry Hogan saying he could grow the Republican Party. Hey, couldn't grow into the state of Maryland. What makes you think he could do it at the national level closer to thrive for five It was drive drive for five and he couldn't add those five seats. Three Got threat. You got three so well. That's About his level of success. We should anticipate of the national level as well. And there is an official investigation into the election results of 2020, but it may not be the one that you were thinking of. Yeah, well, stay tuned. All right, 29, Vinnie Steele and his remax community team. They do a value of job each never hear the average to our homes sold. And the best thing about Vinnie and his team is they sell your home..
The Boxer Show
The race for Rob Portman's Senate seat begins
"And Senator Rob Portman will not seek reelection in 2022, the Republican how Republican put out a statement saying that it's gotten harder and harder to break through the partisan gridlock. At this point, you know, it's interesting. He came out to say that yesterday on the well, I mean, just hours before the Democrats sent the impeachment case against former President Trump to the Senate. With the start of that historic trial, which by the way that set now for February 8th because over the weekend, Matthew McConaughey, who lately and I I can see how the rumors they're starting where Matthew, who lives in Austin. And I don't know if he's a registered Democrat or independent or Republican. But he's been very vocal in the past few months about Democrats, Republicans and, you know, come on. All right, all right. We all just got to get along here. But he had this to say over the weekend to a show in the UK just about the problems with the weight left. In the way, right? You need Liberals. What I don't think we need is the ill liberals. And what I don't think that some liberals see is that they're often being cannibalized by the ill liberals. Now, you know they're extremes on both sides that I think are unfair that I don't think of the right place to be. The extreme left in the extreme right, completely illegitimate eyes, the other side, Um, the liberal and the conservative side, which we need in certain places. They two extremes, illegitimate eyes, those those two sides or they exaggerate that that side's stance into an irrational state that that makes no sense. And that's not fair when neither side does that. Um, you know, we're not. Oh, well, the water where the water lines gonna land on this freedom of speech and what we allow and what we don't and where this canceled culture goes, where that water line lands is a very interesting place that we're engaged in right now is a society of trying to figure out because we haven't found the
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"Remember F d i. C Times, 5, 45 and time for Bryant Comb with, you know, opening in one of the top political spots in the state of Ohio. Yes, I learned yesterday that Senator Rob Portman, the Republican from Terrace Park. Is not going to be running for re election is a quitter, said that he's frustrated, among other things, with the political partisanship and the divide in Washington. And is ready to come back home live full time here in the tri state. He said He wants to take on a bigger role in the family business, the restaurant 11 in the golden lamb and concentrate on this farm that he hasn't Warren County as well. At this point, no word on who officially could be running for that spot, though already, number of Republicans have expressed interest, including Christ a congressman Brad Win strip. There are a number of people on the Democratic side who were already thinking about challenging Portman, First Senate so that could open up that primary. Even more. The race itself is two years away, It would be in 2022 so Apartments that he announced his decision now to give those Republicans who are interested in succeeding him plenty of timeto fundraise and make plans for a primary fight. The deal coming up our news six o'clock with talk Cove in cases in the US, they appear to be on the decline. Now, after the holiday spike, and the president says that there could be mass vaccinations for everyone. By spring, which is 54 days away. Mauritz six on NewsRadio. 70 oww! Thanks certainly is 5 47 and you're reading National review yesterday. That's a nice things to say about Senator Portman. Including this apartment doesn't great a lot of controversy. No one's asking him to run for president. It doesn't create excitement as a guest on cable news. Prime time he just goes to work and gets bills passed was used to be an important aspect of being a senator back in the days before the federal government became an endless syriza of giant omnibus spending bills. An executive orders. You know, the Trump presidency has not ended grassroots Republicans hunger for a splashy symbolic culture war fight, often at the expense of getting legislation passed. Republican political culture. Or a Texas senator Ted Cruz things getting into a Twitter war with Seth Rogan is good use of his time as a culture where nobody such as Rob Portman is going to find something better, more productive to do. With his life and serve in the Senate. So Nice little piece there. Rob Portman is quietly goes about getting the job done. And where I was talking about this. Your festival coming to over the Rhine and the end of February believe since eyes craft breweries The focus of a winter event will be a Washington park. Three CDC hosting the It's called Mitten Fest. Get it, It's in.
"senator rob portman" Discussed on WTVN
"Teeth that Jim Gilbert says the vehicle then exploded after the flames reached around 50 rounds of ammunition inside. Ohio's Republican senator says he's ready to head back home from Washington D. C for good. In a statement this morning, Senator Rob Portman says he's frustrated with how partisan things have become in Washington, and he's not planning on running for re election next year. Senator Portman has commuted from his Cincinnati area home to Washington to serve in various branches of federal government for the last 30 years. Portman says he's making the announcement now so other Ohio Republicans have enough time to get ready. It's a race that will likely attract the number of candidates. I'm Jack Crumley. Today's report from the Ohio Department of Health shows more than 4334 new cases of the virus around the state. But the department also says that over 724,000 people in the state have recovered from the virus. It could be carrying natural antibodies to it. The state, meanwhile, is also said to begin, though vaccinating those 75 years old and older this week. So far, at least, 626,000 Ohioans have received the first dose of the vaccine so far, and the state's vaccination efforts But the governor in addition to encouraging the continued use of face masks and physical distancing It's also extending Ohio's curfew through the end of the month that 10 b M. To 5 A.m. curfew will last through January. 30th. There's also growing concern about the rising rates of food in securities amidst the pandemic as job losses continue around the nation. The tremendous unprecedented need right now, food and security in levels we haven't seen since the Great Depression. I'm Alison Wiant e got and he didn't very fast. Tessa is in recovery from an addiction to Description opioids. I was pregnant twice, and I had used prescription opioids both times. I knew that this was something I had to stop for the sake of our Children. And for myself, I'm more fulfilled. Today I ever have been and I know there's more to come. If you or someone you know is struggling. There is hope recovery is possible. Visit CDC dot gov slash Rx Awareness He's here. He's here now Broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick.
GOP Sen. Rob Portman announces he will not run again in 2022
"Rob Portman, saying today he's not going to seek a third term in 2022. C Span's Capitol Hill producer Craig Kaplan Tweeting Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman today joins fellow GOP senators Richard Burr of North Carolina and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania. In announcing he won't seek reelection and 2020 to win. 20 Republican Senate seats are up for election, Senator Portman held a news
"senator rob portman" Discussed on WTVN
"Officers. Safely approached the vehicle suspect inside. Was in possession of a long barreled shotgun, Franklin County Sheriff's office teeth that Jim Gilbert says the vehicle then exploded after the flames reached around 50 rounds of ammunition inside. Ohio's Republican senator says he's ready to head back home from Washington D. C for good. In a statement this morning, Senator Rob Portman says he's frustrated with how partisan things have become in Washington, and he's not planning on running for re election next year. Senator Portman has commuted from his Cincinnati area home to Washington to serve in various branches of federal government for the last 30 years. Portman says he's making the announcement now so other Ohio Republicans have enough time to get ready. It's a race that will likely attract the number of candidates. I'm Jack Crumley. Today's report from the Ohio Department of Health shows more than 4334 new cases of the virus around the state. But the department also says that over 724,000 people in the state have recovered from the virus. It could be carrying natural antibodies to it. The state, meanwhile, is also said to begin, though vaccinating those 75 years old and older this week. So far, at least, 626,000 Ohioans have received the first dose of the vaccine so far, and the state's vaccination efforts But the governor in addition to encouraging the continued use of face masks and physical distancing It's also extending Ohio's curfew through the end of the month that 10 b M. To 5 A.m. curfew will last through January. 30th. There's also growing concern about the rising rates of food in securities amidst the pandemic as job losses continue around the nation..
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"senator rob portman" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Senior member of the Senate Democratic Conference, will preside over the trial Lady on Monday confirmed he would wheel the gavel and promised to administer impartial justice Lady, said the statement. The president pro temporary has historically presided over Senate impeachment trials for non presidents. When presiding over impeachment trial, the president Pro TEM Parade takes an additional special oath to do impartial justice according to the Constitution and its laws. A spokesperson for Leahy says Majority leader Chuck Schumer and minority leader Mitch McConnell will make the decision as to who will preside over the trial Ready Bennett in Washington. Republican Senator Rob Portman says he won't run for reelection. Capitol Hill correspondent Bob Agnew report Portman sites growing political partisanship for his decision to step away from the Senate. In a statement, he says quote members of both parties were being pushed further to the right and further to the left. And that means too few people who were actively looking to find common ground. Portman will finish out the remaining two years of his term, but says he's making the announcement now to give candidates seeking to replace him time to plan their 2022 campaigns. But Magna reporting President Biden has signed an executive order to boost government buying from US manufacturers. Comes as talks with Congress over $1.9 trillion stimulus package that he's because we've been told over and over how important it is to eat a balanced diet and that the nutrients and fresh fruits and veggies are essential to good health. Fine, but for me knowing that and eating as if I knew it are two different things. I'm a meat and potatoes guy and always have been So I was thrilled to find out the balance of nature capsules concentrate 31 different fruits and vegetables with no extracts or fillers. And with all those fighter nutrients we need to be in top form. Balance of nature is well named to touch all the bases. What I do is to take a few of the fruit. Very capsules, the red ones in the morning and the green Magic capsules later in the day, my body and brain never had it so good. With nutrition, well balanced as nature intended. No wonder that these days aren't feeling so splendid. Order now called Balance of nature and 1 802 4687 51 used my.
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"Rain showers for Tuesday warmer tomorrow 44 weather powered by the basement doctor 30 to have your severe weather station news radio 16 w T. V N. Into the news boots for the big story Here is Alison Wyeth. Columbus Police are investigating an attempted abduction and sexual assault downtown. The victim was able to escape from her assailant on Saturday evening near Columbus Commons veteran Ohio Senator Rob Portman announced today he will not be seeking reelection in 2022, he noted he has been in Congress far longer than he intended. Meanwhile, Ohio Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan is taking a serious look at running for Portman seat Ryan tweeted. He's overwhelmed by the number of supporters who are urging him to run. Moderna says it's vaccine is effective against a strain of the virus found in the UK and South Africa that is believed to be more transmissible. Meanwhile, Fizer also says research is showing that their vaccine is also effective against both the South African and U K strains. Some in person. Classes resumed at the Ohio State University Today. The university began to spring semester on all remote learning on January 11th to allow students time to quarantine before they headed back to class in person. Students began returning to the residence halls last week and were tested for Corona virus. Once they returned this semester, both on campus and off campus students will be tested for the virus each week. The world's largest cinema chain is going to keep the movie reels rolling. AMC theaters announced it is raised $917 million in new equity and debt capital. The company explained that the funding should help it. Quote make it through this dark coronavirus impacted winter. Your ABC six first Warning. Weather Winter remix, Changing to rain showers overnight. Tonight is temperatures hover in the mid 30 Some Alison Wiant our next news update at six o'clock, the Mark Blazer show is back. Next. I wish him practically every day. Just want to thank you for your.
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"senator rob portman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hager Paul, the nation's top infectious disease expert, says he worries about governments holding off on second Corona virus vaccine doses in an effort to try to speed immunizations. Dr Anthony Fauci says. You don't get full efficacy until you get that second dose. He also says he worries about politicization of the pandemic when public health issues become politically charged. Like wearing a mask or not becomes a political statement. It is. You cannot imagine how destructive that is to any unified public health. Message, Dr Fauci spoke remotely to a World Economic Forum panel. He also says new variants of covered 19 threatened the efficacy of existing shots, he says vaccine makers need to look into tweaking them. Just learned. Republican Senator Rob Portman of Ohio is planning to make his current term his last. He says he will not seek reelection when his term ends next year. In a statement, he says political polarization has become worse in the U. S. The announcement comes the same day the Senate receives the House impeachment article against former President Donald Trump. Afternoon. President Biden signs an executive order to boost federal purchases of products made in America by American plan would require federal agencies to acquire more goods and services from U. S companies and workers. Agency spend almost $600 billion through these contracts. It would make it harder for federal officials to get a waiver to buy products from overseas and creates a new position in the Office of Management and Budget to oversee the changes. Biden's order also directs a federal panel to tighten standards defining what an American made product is in Washington, I maybe Morris Bloomberg Radio Bill News on Erin on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries..
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"senator rob portman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"News, traffic and Weather news Radio 700 w L GELATI Cincinnati All eyes now on the Senate with the 8 30 report done, Rick, you Chino Breaking now. History was made yesterday in the house with a simple majority vote. Donald Trump became the first president to ever be impeached twice the house charging him with inciting an insurrection. But with only six days until his term ends a trial in the Senate very likely. Not to begin until after President elect Joe Biden takes office. This second House impeachment hearing of Donald Trump's administration has ended the way the first one did. The eyes are 2 32. The nays are 1 97 resolution is adopted with the vote to impeach came a week to the day after a trump rally in Washington was followed by a deadly assault on the U. S Capitol, where Congress was meeting to certify the results of the 2020 election. After his second impeachment, the president issued a video last night. All of us can choose by our actions to rise above the rancor. It's really notable how the president is trying to distance himself from the violent crowd who were wearing Maga hats who were waving trump flags as they stormed the capital, BBC's Karen Travers. So in the president's retelling of what happened, it's almost like this was a Fake Maga crowd that was causing this violence and doing those assaults on law enforcement officers with continuing coverage. The second impeachment of President Trump Jim Ryan ABC News The last time the president was impeached. Ohio Senator Rob Portman came out in his defense this time, a bit of a different story. In a statement, Portman says he does believe that President Trump bears some responsibility for the uprising at the Capitol last week. And that he will do his duty as a juror and listen to the cases presented by both sides. If and when there is a Senate trial, now the latest traffic.
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"senator rob portman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Cincinnati impeached again with the eight o'clock before no Bryant Combs breaking now now. It's up to the Senate for a second time President Trump spent impeached It means he will face trial the Senate on charges of inciting an insurrection President Trump saying largely silent as he became the only president to ever be impeached twice A B C's Karen Travers is in Washington. Sources tell ABC the president Trump wants the impeachment proceedings on television and grew angry as some Republicans place blame on him for the violent insurrection of the capital. No House Republican voted to impeach the president in 2019 this time 10 GOP lawmakers voted to impeach the president released a video message after the vote, but he made no mention of it. He did condemn the violence of the capital, but did not take responsibility for any role he may have played in inciting his supporters. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington The next question is, when will the trial be held in the Senate? Likely not until at least January, 20th inauguration day when the Democrats take control of the Senate, current majority leader, Mitch McConnell. Has said he thinks what the president did to incite the writers is impeachable. What won't say if he'll vote to convict 20,000 National Guard troops headed to Washington by this weekend, Sherry Preston ABC News This time President Trump was impeached by the House, Ohio Senator Rob Portman said he didn't Think the president faced it in peace of both but defense before the trial started apartment, said he would vote not guilty. This time, though he's not saying that Terrace Park Republican released a statement last night, saying he does believe the president bear some responsibility for the uprising of the capital and says If there's a trial, he'll do his duty as a juror to listen. The case is presented by both sons. Now latest traffic and weather together from the UC Help transfixed center that you see health weight loss center offers solutions from life changing weight loss visit you see help dot com slash weight loss to take the next step eastbound to 75 crews are working with an end injury accident at 7 47. The left three lanes are blocked. That only leaves one to get by, and traffic is jammed from before Witten extra half hour minimum to get through that stretch those Iraqis found on the Reagan highway. You're Witten that traffic backing close to Hamilton Avenue and East bound 74 an accident at the 75 ramps and leads to heavier traffic between.
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Senator Rob Portman: 'I look forward to seeing who President Trump plans to nominate' for Supreme Court
"On Saturday night, Ohio Senator Rob Portman released a statement saying he's looking forward to seeing you, President Trump plans to nominate down thoroughly assessing his or her qualifications for this important role. This comes after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Berg is statement observed that in more than two dozen vacancies on the U S Supreme Court during a presidential election year over U S history, the sitting president made a nomination every time
Portman;s Statement on Supreme Court Vacancy
"Ohio Senator Rob Portman on Saturday night released a statement that said he looks forward to seeing who President Trump plans to nominee Eight and thoroughly assessing his or her qualifications for the important role of replacing you've a Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. His statement observed that in the more than two dozen vacancies of the U. S Supreme Court during a presidential election year over U S history, the sitting president made a nomination every time Mary Jane Trap, a justice on the Ohio Court of Appeals told three news in Cleveland. The Ginsburg seemed indestructible. It was disbelieve because we always thought that Justice Ginsburg was super woman. She had battled cancer so many different cancers and surgeries. Ginsberg died Friday at the age of 87 after a multi year battle with cancer,
Report: Oligarchs skirt US sanctions through shady art sales
"You said it. Reports as Russian oligarchs are using art auctions to get around. US Sanctions report comes after two years of study by the Senate Homeland Security Committee is permanent subcommittee on investigations. It's those Russian oligarchs had been using shell corporations and poor accountability between our houses to wheel and deal and high value art subcommittee chairman Senator Rob Portman says. A bipartisan report quote demonstrates a Russian oligarchs have used the secrecy of the art industry to evade US sanctions, a tool employed by both Democrat and Republican administrations to pressure foreign governments against bad behavior. But Wagner
Senate Republicans consider short-term extension of unemployment as extra $600 in benefits nears end
"The Trump Administration and Senate Republicans are apparently mulling over a short term extension of unemployment insurance, while a broader packages negotiated. The scope of the extension is unclear, but Senator Rob Portman tells Bloomberg it's important to do something before the $600 a week extension expires next week. You have a cliff there, and I think most of us agree there needs to be something in its place. The Republican plan is expected to be roughly $1 trillion. That compares with a $3.5 trillion package already approved by House Democrats. There are on Ly a few weeks left before Congress leaves on a scheduled
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Jake Tapper points out Rush Limbaugh's failed marriages following Buttigieg comments
"Donald Trump is actually backing P. puja John this so he made an appearance on the Geraldo Rivera podcast and he was asked about the comments of Rush Limbaugh here's what Donald Trump the president the United States had to say about rush Limbaugh's comments on the fact that people to judge happens to be a homosexual what Americans vote for a gay man to be president I think so I think there would be some that wouldn't didn't you know I wouldn't be among that group to be honest with you but I think that yes I think that it doesn't seem to be hurting Pete mood at age as you say he has you would call him it doesn't seem to be hurting him very much and but it would certainly be a group you know this better than I did it be a group that probably wouldn't but you know you are you and I would not be in that group yeah then why are you giving the medal of freedom to to to to Rush Limbaugh you've dealt you dealt and by the way I hear a few people that have literally zero credibility but I'm gonna read off what they said about the Rush Limbaugh comments because when people like senator Lamar Alexander and Lindsey Graham are speaking out against the ball you know what's wrong Lindsey Graham said it's a miscalculation as to where the country is that I think the country is not going to disqualify somebody because of their sexual orientation when asked if Limbaugh should retain the the medal of freedom Graham said well my god free speech still exists this has nothing to do with free speech if somebody one on the sidewalk and was screaming out the N. word and Donald Trump gave him the medal of freedom award would that be Lindsey Graham's answer while you're allowed to have freedom of speech the question wasn't about freedom of speech it was about is this the right guy to receive the award so of course Lindsey Graham dodges dodges the question what a shocker Republican senator rob Portman sort of Limbaugh he may disagree as I do with their policy positions but the question is what their qualifications are not other