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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"So 71. I got my driver's license. My fight road test. I went to Yeo eating time driving school. Uh huh. I just kept I just kept the grand and for a while and then my graduate high school in 21 2001. I got a break. I got to do what was new was 2001. I got a a Toyota Camry. And I just started driving as just came natural to me. I've been that I just nervous at first, but otherwise I'm good now. I mean, I'm driving fell 17. So I'm like, you know if you have no access, no speeding tickets? No, nothing. Never never speeding ticket. Whoa! Never never gonna stop by the police. Never got a ticket. Never got into an accident. Never. My insurance went down to my insurance went down. So that's a good thing. Now that first car that was actually bought. Did you buy entirely on your own ship in Was that a graduation gift? The clan name of my mom's car. Three grand. Damn right. But then when you got the other one Oh, my God. I know that my grandparents want that for me. Nice people have nice families. Yeah. Jordan. Thanks for your call. Yeah, Yeah. My family was nice. They were just broke. I told the man we grew up like there were days. We didn't have milk. It's like just right Kool Aid. I mean, like, literally like we we did not have money, man. Rich and Elizabeth. You're on New Jersey one on 1.5. Hey, guys, Uh, I bought my first car at 16.5. It's out in the backyard, so I got my permit. And, uh, at 17 1965 GTO. Wow. Oh, yeah, There's so worked part time jobs saved up all your own car. Yeah, Nice. I respect that. That's that's cool. Yeah. Manual breaks manual steering, Uh, stick shift. Uh, yeah. How long you keep it? I think I got it about a year I had it. And it wouldn't start. Handsome guy offered to trade me a 67 lt D straight up for and that was running like a okay, I'll take it. That l t d that I have a pretty powerful engine. Lotte had 3 90 big block in a nice, Yeah, because I was going to say sometimes they did. Sometimes they were fast. My mom's Dodge had a 3 83 in it, which they also used in Uh, Plymouth Bear. Couldn't nice of course, was still a station wagon, but but still had some get up and go. Exactly. Exactly. Rich. Thanks for your call. I wonder if you Wonderful kid like rich. When you actually worked towards something like that. You actually had the car before you even had the license. You were just like one of those guys. You were destined to be a car guy and really wanted it. I wonder if you take less chances. And if you're a better driver, because you just like actually put in a lot of like blood, sweat and tears, working to buy this yourself, and you don't want to Jack it up. You don't want to wrap it around a phone pole, baby. Yeah, I don't know. But then again, G t O s so it could go Either way, honey. Promise didn't make very cretins. No. I don't know what I was thinking. Uh, It was it was. It was a Moe Parr was a Chrysler product. Okay? Never mind. Just thinking out loud. That was a good cop, But it was a good engine. Yes, is a good engine, no matter what, All right, So we're talking about what your first car was. My son is having his first driving lesson today, and it's just making the all shades of nostalgic. What was the very first car you had? 1 802 831 a 1.53 30 time for the news. The latest New Jersey news from NJ 115 dot com a week from today, a panel of government health advisers plans to meet and try to try and come up with some sort of guidance after blood plots were reported in six women one who died Could they received a single dose? Johnson and Johnson Covert 19 vaccine. The advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, advises the CBC, which recommended pausing the J and J shots. When you looked the wrong numbers, it'll seem like a big increase, but keep in mind. Atlantic City casinos were shut down for the second half of March, 2020 That puts into context theme or than double year over year revenue taken in by the nine gambling houses, plus three horse tracks in the state last month, $359.2 million in casino and sports betting money. Atlantic City's casinos remains smoke free due to Cove in 19 and advocates say this should be a permanent move. State Senator Shirley Turner says it's been 15 years since New Jersey prohibited smoking and most workplaces but not casinos should now close that loophole and provide every person in this state and every employee with the same benefits of clean Air. The Casino Association of New Jersey says a permanent smoking ban would place a C casinos at a competitive disadvantage..

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:14 min | 2 months ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Of pricey Metro by T Mobile calm. This'll is New Jersey's first news on New Jersey one at 1.5 Time. Buddy Jersey's first news 507. Dance ARROWS computer Whether we have temperatures that are in the thirties up around 40 today, and 40 is really gonna do it for the high plenty of sunshine, but not as warm as it was yesterday, Thursday and Friday. Looking nice. New Jersey's rate of transmission remains over one this morning showing the covert outbreak continues to expand, However, the numbers have dipped slightly. The state also continues to monitor for covert variants 163 cases. Of the mutations first discovered in the UK, Brazil and New York City have been detected. Hospitalizations have also increased slightly, but remained below 2000. New Jersey has given out more than 2.5 million covert vaccinations. But state officials are still holding back on reopening Maura the economy because of ongoing concerns about these variants. Testing for variance is slow and costly. A team of researchers at Rutgers has created a new test that should speed things up dramatically. Dr. David Alan, who heads up the Rutgers Medical School Public Health Research Institute, says his team has created a simple new covert variant test that gives results in about an hour instead of four days, he points out. This will help us quickly identify possible variant hot spots and in the community where a variant is already present to give us a sense of what kind of disease we might expect to have in the weeks ahead. Having a rapid test is important information about how to conduct the test has been posted online so it could be immediately used by officials across the country and around the world. David Math found New Jersey one A 1.5 news New Jerseyans fought through one wave of coded fatigue last summer in between peaks of the actual virus now, with cases meaningful, meaningful down from their levels of beginning of 2021. Many are starting to relax again. But a Rutgers researcher says it may still be too soon to do that. Professor Katherine Oh Gagnon of a says It's all understandable, but the virus is still with us. And what's more, we've seen it start to mutate in meaningful ways. We're seeing those new variants of Corbett 19 as well. There are more infectious and potentially dangerous, more risky, and we don't wanna risk of England New wave hit the U. S and eight distinct activities going toe work, the gym, a restaurant, a house of worship. Doctor friend's place or using mass transit or gathering with those not in one's household jersey activity peaked in the summer and fall clamp down early this year and is rising again. Patrick Lavery, New Jersey one a 1.5 news. Time Buddy Jersey's first news 509 march, 9th has been designated covert 19 Heroes Day in New Jersey Governor Murphy signed legislation on her doctors, nurses, first responders all essential workers who continue to do their jobs during the pandemic. If he said. They are the ones that have allowed us to finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. Liquid teachers union claims District officials have been putting teachers in harm's way since the start of the pandemic that has been cavalier about the safety of educators. The blistering criticism comes afterward to more staffers have been hospitalized with Kobe complications. Asbury Park Press reports it is not known of the staffers were teachers or support staff. Lakewood REOPEN schools last September with full in person instruction District announced vaccination plans for staff Beginning on Monday. Schools in Montclair will finally reopened to some in class learning. April 12 after the teachers union that district settled lawsuit over safety protocols. The district and its teachers have been embroiled in a bitter fight. Since January. Montclair students have been on all remote schedule since the pandemic began for now. Only the elementary school will be reopened it only after the union signs off on safety protocols. Parents would have until June 1st to decide if they're school age. Kids should repeat their current grade due to covert inflicted learning loss. That's in a bill that is being advanced by a Senate committee if it ever makes it in the law, Senator Shirley Turner says the changes necessary given how many students have been relegated to remote learning, some of whom did they're still don't have the technology they need. So these are students who are left hopelessly behind many of them were behind before the pandemic. And this is an opportunity for these Children to catch up and have a do over a year. The Guardians can already request to have their child repeat a grade, but that decision is ultimately up to school administrators. For a few months, they'd have control over that choice after consulting with the school counselor or staff member at State House, Michael Simon's New Jersey 11.5 news. Somebody. Jersey's first news 5 12 final passage of that massive covert stimulus measure delayed briefly in Congress Tuesday. House is expected to approve it today. That could mean $1400 stimulus checks would be in the mail by the end of this month. Answers. We're gonna have a couple more spring like days before returning to normal. This weekend. We'll get an extended look at the forecast that will recap our top stories. Next Jersey News and Jersey views live here. This week at Macy's Get Great deals on fashion.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:59 min | 6 months ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Jersey. New Jersey chime time. It is for 10. It's a Thursday. We are d indeed, immensity and Doyle. I'm just a man named Bill Doyle. Well, we're going to cover number things coming up still to come. We brought this up for a little bit of the show Yesterday. We're going to go back to talking about that executive order which, if your workplace is already doing this stuff, you're not going to care. But I imagine a lot of them are not keeping workers 6 ft. Away doing health screens and temperature checks daily before you're allowed to come in, making workers wear masks, putting up plexiglass shields. And we're not talking about. We're not talking about like a grocery store, a retail store for talking like offices were talking like where it's just the co workers and nobody from the public comes in. There's going to be pretty far reaching, and it goes into effect. Ah, a week from today. So get ready for some sort of human resource is e mail in your inbox? I bet it's coming at a lot of companies, All right, also coming up. I did not realize that this was such a mission for state Senator Shirley Turner. But every year for 10 years she keeps putting out this legislation that would make daylight saving time permanent in New Jersey. And so for half the year We would be we would be on a different time from Pennsylvania said it would be stupid from New York couldn't do it by yourself from Delaware, right? I mean, but some states have done it. Some states have done it. I don't like Arizona and part of Indiana don't subscribe today. Like right, right. That's what I'm saying So but But the thing of it is is like a place like Was is an Arizona. Nevada isn't Arizona things there isn't okay. Does it look like it's such a huge state? It seems weird for such a small state. Can we just be so interconnected? I mean, people are working in Pennsylvania or living there and working here or living here and working in New York Tech catching the train. What time's the train? Well, depends What time's on human right? It's like you could go from one place to the other and get there earlier than when you left. I mean, think about it. It would just be really weird. But she is apparently hell bent on this, and we'll talk about that later on to. In the meantime, have you ever been in this situation? This is this is just for fun. Okay, We're not condoning violence. We always have to say that what a drag damn lawyers not condoning violence. But have you have been a situation? You're on the road and either traffic is bothering you, or there's some jerk that you really Want a road rage against like, maybe you did when you were in your younger years, But you got kids now and you know you don't want to go to jail for the weekend. Things like that. Did you ever think What would be your ideal fantasy car weapon? Or gadget could be gadget. You don't have to necessarily kill anybody. Have you ever just even for five seconds? Just daydreamed? You know, it would be awesome. I know this technology doesn't even exist, but Then you just fill in the blank. Like what Gadget? What would you be? What would you love to be able to do to other drivers to other cars? Have some weird way to build a brand new off ramp when you're stuck in a traffic jam, whatever it might be, What would your fantasy gadget or fantasy weapon be? 1 800 to 83101.5? Why do you ask? There was a driver. And it should just should never come to this. And again. It's one of these stories where you don't really know why it happened. But according to NJ dot com, there was a driver that was arrested two days ago after the cops say that he intentionally crashed his car into another vehicle. Got that angry? Yes, the driver A Solomon Kim 21 of Northvale. But this happened, they said in Norwood. Was charged with two counts of aggravated assault. This is the Bergen County prosecutor's office, North jersey. Um, the Norwood police, Reese. I don't even know where the hell Norwood is to be. I was kind of wondering. Yeah, I rarely have her. I think I heard of it like one other time, but it's in Bergen County somewhere. But the North is good enough. Yeah, right is Norwood Police received a 911 call around 9 30 in the morning Tuesday, reporting a two car crash. And when cops arrived, they find the occupants of one of the cars of 46 year old Guy and 46 year old woman. Both injured not good. The pair was transported the Hackensack University Medical Center for treatment, but the severity of their injuries not disclosed. An investigation revealed that this other guy intentionally caused the crash. But And how unsatisfying is this? His motivations were not disclosed One if they break checked him. I don't know. Yeah. Maybe they cut him off. I'd write so much You want to know about this? Because isn't this the sort of thing we all thought about doing? And again, Damn lawyers were not condoning. It shouldn't do these things. You can't do these things. We know you can't but But you think about it is all I'm saying. And I mean and I'll be honest. Aren't there certain a holes? Who you can't do it, But they would deserve that he could they would, they would deserve it. And Yeah, right. So we don't know. You know that this guy started to the other car started. Was he just mentally ill, and nobody started anything that he just like, You know, I'm just going to run my car into another guard. Who the hell knows what happened? But I saw that. And I thought, Okay, we're all way too stressed out. All the traffic is getting back on the roads. At this point. Traffic jams were, you know, back in full play.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:51 min | 6 months ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"One A 1.55 23 years Now on this Thursday morning, and here comes Zeta to the Garden state, the remnants. Of this hurricane pushing into New Jersey this morning. Rain will intensify be steady and heavy throughout the day. And rain should break up a bit tonight, but one more round a soaking rain tomorrow morning. And then what is the weekend hold? Will Dan will have more on that coming up in just a couple of minutes. Zeta has caused havoc along the coast Officials made a repeated call for residents stay inside after the storm passed and not go outside in Louisiana to assess the damage. One person died in New Orleans, electrocuted in the Mississippi City of Waveland officials are expecting to see a lot of damage where the sun comes up. Louisiana's governor, John Bell, Edwards, expected tour coastal regions hardest hit. By that storm today. A sure sign of winter takes place this Sunday with clocks being turned back an hour is daylight saving time comes to an end until March. Well, you'll get back an hour. You'll also have a darker afternoon commute. Just one of the reasons why state Senator Shirley Turner Sponsoring legislation to make daylight saving time permanent in New Jersey. It's dark at five o'clock, and at that time people want to go home. They're not going to be out shopping or doing recreational kinds of activity, Turner says. If for bill were to be signed into law and change today, like saving Time would also need Congressional approval. Some quirky questions have arisen as New Jersey conducts this election largely by mail, one of the latest Can I take my ballot close? The short answer is yes, but it is not recommended. Spokesman for the secretary of state, told NJ dot com. There is no rule against using tape to see only the inner.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Aw. Smoking. I mean. Coming out you knew right away. It was a call. But then. Game. They couldn't even get in because Charles can get underneath. You know into the parking garage. The post says it Stevens told cops that he said the fire because people were having sex in those cars, and he didn't like the cars police those say there's no evidence of people actually having sex in that parking garage officials in Fayetteville North Carolina warning residents to pick a side before the Cape fear river crest, get on one side of the others. The warning today on Monday, hundreds of Fayetteville residents came out to a bridge to see how high the Cape fear river had grown egg might be like nap you pass three days. So this is the highest that has been but by Tuesday morning officials expected to crest just under sixty two feet, potentially creating devastating flooding for the roads and homes as well as businesses nearby a mandatory evacuation was put into place. Now officials warn the bridges over the river may not be passable once it hits. It's peak on Tuesday. They want people to pick which side they want to be on before. It's too late. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Fayetteville North Carolina. Hey, stay off the tracks. New York Times reports if for some reason more people are wandering onto subway tracks, and that's causing delays. There were nearly nine hundred incidents last year where someone went out onto the tracks. Or was hit by a train after standing too close to the edge of the platform this year the numbers on pace to be even higher this speculate. The reason for the increase homeless people who use the system and commuters who dropped the cell phones onto the tracks beaches at the jersey shore already smoke free the boardwalk next some down at the jersey shore say if they can't smoke on the sand. They should definitely be allowed to light up on the boardwalk. I mean, I think as long as smokers are responsible with their cigarette. Butts and stuff like that. And they're not standing down wind of people. Then I think there's nothing wrong with their state Senator Shirley Turner says she came up with the boardwalk smoking ban after walking through clouds of smoke with their kids this summer and seaside heights, New Jersey, banned smoking in restaurants and bars back in two thousand six and just this summer. Extend the law to include public beaches, no-one Laden for seven ten w award five ten her time right now time to check traffic.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"New Jersey one at one point five news starts now. Person topping our report this hour. The death toll from hurricane fines and the latest weather events has risen to thirty two. And now includes a man killed by tornado in Virginia Monday afternoon, at least three of those killed since last week for infants the body of one baby boy was discovered by police after the child's mother tried to drive through rising floodwaters by the child was pulled away by the current a former member of the pagan outlaw motorcycle gang says the late Dr Who provided painkillers to the gangs. Drug ring hired a hitman to kill his wife with help from the gangs leader at the trial of Ferdinand on Gallo, Andrew Glick, testified that I'll Gallo and Dr James Kaufman, plotted April coffins murder in two thousand twelve because they feared April would divorce or blackmail James at a five million dollars in illegal profits. It took twelve years from the time, New Jersey banned smoking in restaurants and bars to extend that prohibition to beaches and just two months later, a pushes on to include the boardwalk and other outdoor areas. Senator Shirley Turner is among the sponsors. We want to protect our citizens. Those people who are utilizing recreational facilities in our state. We walked to make sure that their health is going to protect it the Bill which is also sponsored by assemblywoman Carol Murphy would expand the smoke free Air Act two marinas race tracks sporting events, amusement parks, and burial sites. As the Trump administration anticipates a vote on supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh. A Senate committee is planning a hearing regarding a sex assault allegation against the judge California, professor Christie blazey Ford claims judge cavenaugh forcibly groped her at a party when they were both teenagers. Republicans are still hoping Kavanagh's nomination will pass the judiciary committee and the full Senate by the end of the month, the owner of the egg harbor river resort campground in egg harbor township wants to build tiny homes there eighty four year old Paul Saint James says these homes are cheap come with all the amenities and are great for young couples starting out and the elderly who are living on a fixed income search Lino maintenance to that first of all there's a warranty that covers everything for a year or two or so on. So forth. And it's affordable homes are around two hundred eight square feet and cost roughly fifty thousand dollars. Download our free app to listen live, anywhere and get instant, New Jersey news, weather and traffic from New Jersey one point five. Nominated.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"New Jersey one at one point five news starts now. It's eleven o'clock. I'm Daniela Berson. Topping our point this hour the death toll from hurricane. Florence unrelated. Weather events has risen to thirty two. And now includes a man killed by tornado in Virginia this afternoon at least three of those killed since last week. We're infants the body of one baby boy was discovered by police today after the child's mother tried to drive through rising floodwaters, but the child was pulled away by the current a former member of the pagan outlaw motorcycle gang says the late Dr Who provided painkillers to the gangs. Drug ring hired a hit man to kill his wife with help from the gangs leader at the trial of Ferdinand on Gallow this afternoon. Andrew Glick testified that Gallow and Dr James Kaufman, plotted April coffins murder in two thousand twelve because they feared April would divorce or blackmail James at a five million dollars in illegal profits. It took twelve years from the time, New Jersey banned smoking in restaurants and bars to extend their prohibition to beaches and just two months later, a pushes on to include the boardwalk and other outdoor areas. Senator Shirley Turner is among the. Sponsors we walked to protect our citizens. Those people who are utilizing recreational facilities in our state. We walked to make sure that their health is going to protect it the Bill which is also sponsored by assemblywoman Carol Murphy would expand the smoke free Air Act marinas racetrack sporting, events, amusement parks, and burial sites. Do you have one in your vehicle dash cans are becoming increasingly popular in jersey. But sometimes you need to be a bit careful about how the device is used Tracy noble of AAA mid Atlantic says if someone is involved in an accident and there's a dash Cam running. They could give the video the police to try and prove the other driver was at fault. But if the dashcam includes a way feature that also records, everyone inside the vehicle, you need to make sure that the driver was not engaged in any behavior that would have caused the crash things could go both ways. Some dash cams have built in motion detectors, and they'll send an alert to your cell phone if someone's trying to break into your car, David math bound New Jersey, one on one point five news. Are you going to need your umbrella? Tomorrow, the complete New Jersey one of one point five forecast is coming up New Jersey fast traffic in one minute. Dennis and Judi other stations.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"New Jersey's attorney general says he is setting up an office to fight corruption and build confidence in government gray walls office of public integrity and accountability. We'll be led by a longtime federal prosecutor among the areas in office will focus on allegations of civil rights violations. Wrongful convictions sensitive matters for federal state and local officials gray wall says residents have told him they want his office to root out the corruption and misconduct that hurts faith in public institutions. One of the restaurants now undergoing renovations on the garden. State Parkway is going to house a highly requested restaurant, but not until it reopens sometime in two thousand nineteen won't be on the board Walker in its own building. But the Monmouth rest area at mile marker one hundred will finally bring a shake shack to the jersey shore, the burger restaurant chain already has five locations for north jersey and one in the south earlier this year, the company requested permits for a shake shack at the corner of route nine in east freehold road, but freehold township rejected it over fears that it wouldn't fit in such a small. Space. The Parkway location will open in may twenty nine thousand nine after a renovation project. That will also add a Burger King a Chick-fil-A and a Starbucks in yellow Bercy, New Jersey one at one point five news. New Jersey's first news five twenty four in ailing blind. And deaf dog that allegedly was abandoned by its owner along jersey road is now being cared for by an animal. Rescuer who specializes in hospice care. Bruna is a Boston terrier believed to be at least fifteen years old found September first by a good Samaritan near Peterborough airport. The dog had dislocated knee is arthritis and infected open wound on her hindquarters. The dog's owner faces an animal cruelty charges for allegedly pushing the dog out of a moving car. She denies that. Legislation's been introduced by state House Democrats seeking to set a requirement for how much in federal election security funds have to be used for new voting machines. It would set the minimum at nearly twice as much as governor Murphy's administration has been planning Senator Shirley Turner says she's heard from constituents want to ensure elections are protected from manipulation she proposes to require New Jersey us at least half of any federal election funds. It gets for new safer voting machines. I think more important for us to ensure public the voters that there will be a paper trail to show how their vote was cast saves. Get nearly ten million dollars in federal election funds. It plans to spend two and a half million dollars in the voting machines. But nearly three fourths on other priorities that would be enough money to provide for that assurance at the state house. Michael Simon's, New Jersey one zero one point five news, New Jersey, one on one point five news time, five twenty six temperatures this morning starting out in the fifties. And sixties though, it is humid entities damp. And you may encounter some fog on your early morning commute. We may see a little bit of sun today. But it is not going to last in. It'll be a while before we dry out. We'll have the latest on that. And the track of hurricane Florence coming up in four minutes on the half hour at five thirty in our remembrances of nine eleven continue on the half hour as well. We'll update business news next Dennis and Judi other stations.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Quick personal note how, many, times were, you outdoors. This past week, I turned around and, I thought, Doyle changed races you like such collard Ovation was cool, because I mix not doing anything with doing stuff stuff I did was out? Doors Tuesday we went to great adventures out in the sun all day Thursday dashboard park so I was, on, the sun there then we wouldn't play pinball for hours sons Friday. When golf with my son so you. Really out a lot went to point pleasant Yeah got on the beach so yeah that was out geez how much. Of that is burn of the top of my head I gotta remember that I don't have much hair anymore And like. Put like some sunscreen up the just wear a cap That would be easy fix and you know I thought about grabbing one on the way out and it's not that it's not that sunny today and. I, got really sunny. And my head hurts just to touch move yeah. It looks painful I'm saying, it looks like, it, would hurt anyway. So our phone. Number's one eight hundred two eight, three one zero, one point five there was in the star ledger a guest column and. It was by state Senator Shirley Turner and, state Senator Shirley Turner this is Kerr writing this in other words and I just, want to read parts of this because it's touting. This new legislation she has much of what this legislation would do it's not, even the part of it that that I wanted to talk about but. She's mentioning surcharges in here But it'll, just be self-explanatory if I read it so this. Is Shirley Turner state Senator talking here and she says I have long advocated, for we've tried to her voice I get you in trouble Well see I don't really know what she. Sounds like quite an impediment Selling the Queen of England I have not I have long advocated for. Reforms, that would mitigate the consequences of driver license suspension on the poor recently I introduced legislation to eliminate the oppressive motor vehicle surcharge, system which levies monetary sanctions that are charged each year for three. Years accumulate interest and are added to any court imposed fines and penalties now let me pause right there, and just give the, phone number because, if, you're already pick. It up she's, putting down one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five how many people feel like that they were unfairly practically victimized by this ongoing three years worth of motor, vehicle surcharges. And have you found it, to just be, way, too costly rather. Ridiculous our, phone. Number is one eight hundred, two eight three one zero one point. Five, she, goes on to say drivers who fail to pay their surcharge His face, driver, license suspension people suffering financial hardship can experience multiple suspensions during the course of their payment period and are then punished with restoration fees so in other words you get behind that, financial eight. Ball now they're taking away. Your driving privileges just because you already. Couldn't afford it. So then they're putting it, even farther out of reach or further By. Adding onto the length of the suspension more of these surcharges the restoration fees and if that. Was the problem to begin with is that you just couldn't afford it how do. They expect you to get that blood out, of the stone right a driver whose license is suspended in. Has no alternative transportation to work is, placed in a no win situation lose the job or. Break the law, to continue earning a paycheck with. No job or income the driver is unable to pay down surcharge debt or provide for even basic needs if caught driving the driver faces additional infractions longer, suspensions and more fines and surcharges that become financially unmanageable and there's a lot more than this but let me just. Skipped it ahead towards, the end she is saying and this. I did not know she says New Jersey is among only four states in. The nation with a surcharge system more what that's what surely turn States don't know what a cash cow that is apparently they don't they don't believe their constituents to death. Wow that is surprising that's what state Senator Shirley Turner is saying is that New Jersey is. Among only four states in the nation with a surcharge system it does not act. As a deterrent to bad driving but rather, perpetuates poverty and provide steady revenue for the state and then. She talks about her Bill the Senate, Bill fifteen she says my Bill gradually eliminates the surcharge. Program and requires, that no new bonds be issued. Against surcharge, revenues we can ease the burden of driver license suspensions on the poor by allowing for restricted use driver licenses And that's what a, lot of this show is about where unless it's something like. A drunk driving incredibly dangerous if it's just for an accumulation. Of points, or not paying surcharges that you get a restricted use driver's license where you could get to work. Get to a medical appointment or get your kid to daycare just necessities not going to the pinball museum Not going to those places And And she, says she's pointing out that more than. Thirty eight states offer restricted use. Licenses so most of the country does, that but not. Here so it's the surcharge business though that I really wanted to talk. About I can't remember I can't remember paying this I, don't know that, I didn't I don't know that I. Did all I know is I. Never lost my license from an accumulation, of points I. Lost my license not even into one year of being a licensed driver. In New Jersey So I. Was still seventeen at a. Full license seventeen and that's obviously. Way back when and it was mandatory court appearance because I was doing twenty five over sixty and a thirty. Five and the judge, just yanked my license like right then and there he ordered it suspended In my head at seventeen I'm thinking can you do that well I'm just a. Kid I'm going to. Shut up Yeah but I don't remember now I remember paying restoration fee I don't, remember if I was paying surcharges or not but, the point of all? This is if you? Have ever been charged these surcharges from motor vehicle connection? In New Jersey how much was it what was it over and do you think that Shirley Turner has a point do you think. That surcharges are kind of out of control and one thing she's pointing out and I didn't know about this either she says originally that this came about in the. Eighties and that the surcharge. System was supposed to be that money was supposed to fund at risk drivers auto insurance and instead it's all shifted they repay bonds. Now that finance special needs housing projects and. Has nothing, to do, with driving whatsoever while nothing to do with driving she says a purpose totally unrelated to driving. She says, once again the state? Is, balancing the budget on. The backs of the poor I don't know They diverted the money away from. Its intended use A politician jersey just reading about the. Nine one one system today and all the money they got did not go to nine one. One systems such a common. Refrain, in New Jersey? They spent it on something yeah isn't that nuts so, we want to know when it comes to? Surcharges how have. You been hit up with them Linda from. Pennsylvania. You're. On New Jersey one on one point five hi we used to live in jersey. And we moved out to Pennsylvania seventeen years ago and at that time we had to decide I. Couldn't afford to keep my license over one ticket I got for not having insurance because I missed an insurance that we couldn't afford and then got a ticket because I, didn't have my today and they're paid all, that but then got the, surcharge fighting which Dan if you can't afford that you get suspended and they. Add more fines on an accumulate year after year and my husband was working and I was. Home with kids. So we didn't do my license. We just. Citizen I haven't driven, in fifteen years no kidding all because of surcharges Yeah and when I moved to Pennsylvania to transfer your license. You got the Brady work they couldn't believe there was such a thing called the surcharge they. Never heard of. It here they double penalizing someone. When they. Have something go wrong Well you know you're, right. It's like you're you're. Paying. A fine for the thing that guy the points to, begin with and now you're. Paying another fine and the next year another and the next. Year another they don't a fine. They call it a surcharge Linda thanks for your call Yeah and well there you go because again this guest column by Shirley Turner saying that New Jersey is among. Only, four states in, the nation that has a surcharge. System, so she's in Pennsylvania. Doesn't, have the, right next. Door so who's, been who spend I don't wanna say victimize because then it sounds like that sounds kind of whiny butt who has been hit up for surcharges for motor vehicles one, eight hundred two eight. Three one zero one point, five, here's New Jersey faster Traffic is still pretty busy onto India but showing signs, of getting better coming into route eighty there was. A crash on eighty west by twenty seven that's gone then. More delays on.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"To adult court but there's been no decision it's been nearly two months since 16yearold scott cloak he pulled out a semiautomatic assault rifle during a new year's eve party and shot his parents his sister and a family friend at pointblank range fortytwo year old stephen colloby his forty four year old wife linda their eighteen year old daughter brittany and seventy year old mary scholz died as three others escaped the home unharmed and adult murder conviction carries more series penalties including longer jail sentences and less chances for parole a county judge has ordered prosecutors not to release any more information but that could change if the cases move to adult court than yellow bersin new jersey one of one point five news thirty jersey first news five twenty four a north jersey movie theater had to hold a showing of black panther after a woman yelled a racial slur upsetting the rest of the audience sparta police say the woman was extremely intoxicated and was not yelling at anyone in particular the woman who was not charged but has been banned from the theater the rest of the audience was given vouchers to return to another time to see the film like panther broke box office records when it opened this weekend with two hundred thirty five million dollars in ticket sales many urban enterprise zones in new jersey allowing businesses to charge half the normal sales tax are set to soon expire but plans are in the works to try and keep them going state senator shirley turner says her measure to extend eu easy for the next ten years is important because it would provide her company to low only immune and hire those people who live in those communities andrew music of the jersey.

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WCTC

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on WCTC

"And this was something that was started years ago by senator shirley turner whose from mercer county about a decade ago she wanted this she's worry that too many schools are shortening recess or skipping it to focus on test preparation and she says it hurts kids who need time to exercise and play think about for kids that are going to a public school and they live in a very city environment or an urban environment where you don't really have a lot of room to run around and play you go to the school yard and you have a recess and you could play in on the grass on the playground is basketball courts a baseball fields this is an opportunity to get out and stretch legs a little bit 'cause maybe live somewhere we you don't have access to recreational facilities like this and this is why i think that this was something that she was so insistent on now under this proposal recess should be held outside if feasible i used to like when we had recess inside the gym we get the play basketball in the big and the bigger court with that was sworn in the gymnasium that was always school but you wanted to be outside of course we can get out in kinda run around and stretch the legs and a student should not be denied recess unless they violated their schools code of conduct if possible a school should avoid denying student recess more than twice a week i didn't fall in that category at all i'll get to our traffic and weather update in a moment but two playground incidents that stand out for me what i found myself in some some deep trouble with the school one time i don't know what possessed me to do this i was outside by the ah in between our school buildings that was like a recess period and i don't know why but i found on the ground it was a um a little packet of like must third or ketchup for something or or mayonnaise i don't know what possess meet adjust place it on the ground and stomped on it.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"To provide a daily recess period of at least twenty minutes for students from kindergarten through fifth grade now i'm surprised that this even asked to be the debate i mean how i felt like they all had recess to begin with i recess when i went to school how could you not have recess in schools state senator shirley turner is a cosponsor of the bill introduced the first in two thousand nine as she was alarmed when she read about the increase in childhood obesity high blood pressure diabetes and heart disease you know what i'm very very lucky the the town i living skull roosevelt most of my son the school was up the block they could even walk through trail to get there if they want to uh but is about 8 kids right within a block of my sons of our house and like today you know every day five o'clock i gotta opened the window and i got a break up the football game that's going on at the side of my house so that my son's gang committed up there just like when i was a kid only i never played a realm my parents house i got as far away as possible from home just make sure your home by 5 o'clock in what i tell people there so he was so lucky i wish i had that in marijuana ask you one eight hundred two eight three one a point 15 first off how do you feel about a mandatory twenty minute recess period for all new jersey schools i gave a believe this would have to be debated now free old borough school superintendent rocco to magic says he has no problem with the resist being requirements free old already as fifteen minutes of recess or any five minutes would be a big deal but his concern is that recess time cannot count towards the one hundred fifty minutes of health and physical education requirements all however they do it i think as you make it happen but do you think.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Wrong position new jersey judges could be getting some pretty big raises starting at five percent this year and next under a bill up for a vote in the senate committee today it would also boost the pay for cabinet officials county constitutional officers and others judges would get eight thousand dollar raises this year next year and in 2020 than their one hundred eighty nine thousand dollars salaries would increase by the rate of inflation starting and 2021 senate presence st sweeney says judges have seen a major reduction wages because the contributions toward pensions and health benefits were tripled since their last raises we want to be a to make sure we maintain a certain level of quality when it comes to judges to their mike giardi says there are plenty of people interested in becoming judges the current salaries partially because they can earn his six bigger pension after ten years on the bench you should see the wine of attorneys that are waiting to meet me at my office to become judges at the state house michael simon's new jersey one a one point five new sammadi jersey's first news forty 541 a measure being considered for a third time now by state lawmakers would require public school districts to provided daily recess period of at least twenty minutes for students from k through the fifth grade senator shirley turner first introduced a bill in two thousand nine she says she was alarmed when she read about the increase in childhood obesity and all of this so seeing the illnesses that come along with childhood obesity high blood pressure diabetes heart she says if kids don't get recess at school they won't get it at home especially in urban areas where parents were afraid something is going to happen like a shooting war drug abuse betsy ginsburg with a garden say coalition of school supports the bill but has concerns we know that in some of our member districts was smaller buildings jim's.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Aides say president trump plans to use tomorrow's state of the union address who announce america's back billpoint to the economic benefits of his tax overhaul while pressing for additional funding for the military and an agreement on immigration new jersey congressman lbo series is skipping the president's state of the union a cuban emigrants series has many of his constituents are offended by the president's rhetoric over the past year there have been a number of problems at the trentin waterworks that includes contamination issues and a lack of timely notifications when there is a problem there are several mercer county towns that are served by the utility all demanding the situation be fixed state senator shirley turner says she's introducing legislation to force trenton waterworks to behave in a more responsible manner no for not having clean water because people are i think they're very alarmed about the fact that they don't know what's coming out of their faucet assemblyman dan benson says it appears the people running trenton waterworks don't really know what they're doing what we need to have their conquered from the first though we need to make sure that there's a stronger oversight david matthau new jersey a one point five news time jersey's first news five forty the eagles have arrived in minnesota large crowds gathering of failure borjas you the birds off to the big game for the patriots are expected to arrive later today walter at the camel says the eagles will win the super bowl young campbell at the cape may zoo didn't hesitate when presented to jersey's from the opposing teams immediately started to chew on the eagles jersey saved travel east brings you want these fearless forecast for the super bowl see who his pooch picked at nj one one five dot com in our free mobile app as.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The time of the shooting in the investigation continues there are no charges as of this morning president trump's first date of the union address will be the biggest test yet of his ability to not just deliver a stately speech but then stay on track as the white house rolls out policies to build on it the state of the union as a big set piece for any president chance to showcase the accomplishments of the past year while setting the tone for the next trump dogged by low poll numbers and the persistent russia probe the speech tomorrow carries particular importance new jersey congressman algyo series says he will not be attending trump's speech a spokesman for series as many of his constituents are offended by the president's rhetoric and behavior after a series of contamination problems and miscommunication issues there is growing concern about a utility and mercer county that provides water to hunt of thousands of people in several different town date senator shirley turner isn't reduced two bills to crackdown on trenton waterworks and forced the utility to clean up its act so people know about contamination problems in a timely manner water should not be purple or any other color it should be clean clear water assemblyman dan benson is one of several lawmakers planning to meet with the dep to figure out what the problem is it trentin water works and how to solve it it appears to be either a lack of there were a lack of experience calls to the utility seeking comment were not answered david math down new jersey bought a one point five news time what he jersey's first news 509 rutgers is placed an economics professor on leave after questions were raised about his background university has learned some do a curry was convicted of sexual assault seven years ago oh i was teaching at farley dickinson university the incident did involve a student a new jersey mom says school officials in chatham trying to convert her seventh grader to islam she is suing the school claiming her son was traumatized by a video he was forced to watch that proclaims islam as the one true faith and the koran as the perfect guide for humanity video was part of the.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"It is a monday morning of the great garden state hannity it'll be another warm wanted today temperatures are going to be in the 80s near 90 away from the water only 70s at the beaches but still some very dangerous recurrence jailbreak it all out for you coming up here in one minute good morning everyone i'm eric scott welcomed to monday it is the 25th day of september very towns did banned swimming this weekend due to dangerous serfin no lifeguards but it didn't stop people from going into the water released two drownings one long branch one in sucide park near belmar big signs warned people the beaches were closed a swimming but at least thirty five had to be rescued the ocean county sheriff confirms rescues on i harvey cedars in point plan as things stand now the high school class of 2021 in new jersey kids that are freshman now we'll have to pass the park test in order to be able to graduate many educators and lawmakers still believe it's unacceptable asking that something be done about owning to state senator shirley turner the vicechair of the education committee students take exams work on projects and get great all year long so it doesn't make sense to force them to take one more big tasks that many believe a seriously flawed in order to graduate she says of a significant number of high school seniors flunked the park test a major disaster it would be a calamity what are we going to do with those young people turner is sponsoring legislation disc graf park but so far the head of the education committee won't post the bill and refuses to discuss it david math found new jersey on a one point five news new jersey wanna 15 news time five thirty one dan's back within stood whether a dry forecast coming up as we continue this summer a streak of weather today looks pretty hot once again high temperatures 85 to ninety degrees with plenty of sunshine that there will be some extra clouds right along the coast and that along with the sea breeze we'll keep the jersey shore cooler will top out in the '70s at the beaches in addition hurricane maria about six hundred miles southsoutheast new jersey that's kicking up the surf high risk of recurrence them very rough surf continues it's going to peak.

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"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"senator shirley turner" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The coolum on the jersey shore eighty seven in atlantic city not a record yesterday in addition to the warm weather we still have the tropics to worry about hurricane maria now about six hundred miles southsoutheast new jersey no weather concerns the storm is expected to just provide a glancing blow the carolinas before making a sharp turn out to see however surf concerns continue a high risk of recurrence and very rough surf today meanwhile weather the wise it'll feel like summer once again mostly sunny most size 85 90 degrees no along the coast will see some extra clouds and cooler attempts today probably only 70s at the beaches a few clouds tonight maybe some patchy fog low sixty five to seventy they'll be very warm tomorrow despite clouds taking over the sky highs inland tomorrow mid '80s mid70s along the coast by that link crossed to 66 cape may seventy ml laurel is sixty six time body jersey's first news five owed to as dan mentioned it was beach weather this weekend but the surf very rough most towns bam swimming due to the dangerous serve at a lack of lifeguards but at least two people drowned after not heating those warnings one in seaside park another anlong grand jim belmar the mayor says there were dozens of water rescues as people went into the surf despite signs telling them not to you remember all of the controversy surrounding the park test it didn't go away in fact the kids who are freshmen in high school this year we'll have to pass the park when they're seniors in order to graduate but many lawmakers still believe this is disaster in the making and things have to change date senator shirley turner the vice chair of the senate education committee says having the park requirement for our high school kids doesn't make sense i don't think one cash ship determine one each graduate they are taking cracker every day they're in school they are taken care and their pain evaluate it regularly she sponsoring a bill to do away with the park tests graduated requirement but the head of the senate education committee refuses to post a bill as spokeswoman says unfortunately she's not available for comment david math new jersey at one point five news i body jersey's first news 503 traffic in the news.

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