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Sen. Jeff Merkley on filibuster reform

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Sen. Jeff Merkley on filibuster reform

"Much for coming on the podcast. You bet bye should be with you. So from what i understand you are in the in the senate and the democratic caucus you are. You're mr filibuster reform. You've been working on this a correct me. If i'm wrong since at least two thousand eleven and from what. I from what i've read you and then senator. Tom udall had put forth a proposal. Filibuster reform proposal and nothing happened. What was that proposal. Well in two thousand eleven we put up a rule change that would have converted as the senate to the talking filibuster restoring strengthening division of debate in the senate because after the five rule change you ended up with this silent invisible obstruction and people. Say why is it. Senate not doing anything while because somebody's about what do you mean there's no there's no one speaking on the floor and that's silent. No effort instruction Has really deeply damage. This place and i did throw myself into that discussion. When i came back to the senate essay coming back senate in two thousand nine. As as a as a senator. Because i had interned here in the seventies i record congress in the as i had seen senate working i was just stung by the deterioration of the senate. As an institution that could be made issues and so so with the

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Tlingit Artefacts Decision, ACA Concerns, and Arizona Voters Mobilized

Native America Calling

03:50 min | 9 months ago

Tlingit Artefacts Decision, ACA Concerns, and Arizona Voters Mobilized

"This is national native. News Antonio Gonzalez a collection of artifacts from the Clink Frog House clan can continue to be displayed in a Museum that's despite a legal challenge that reached Alaska's highest court as Clare Struggle with K. H. NS reports the State Supreme Court has apparently ended. A decades-old will dispute over control of the cultural treasures. When Frog House clan members disputed the sale of artifacts to a Canadian collector in the nineteen seventies an Alaska. Superior. Court judge ruled that they actually belonged to all members of clones frog. House. The court ordered them placed in the care of clan elders living in the clan's traditional lands on the Upper Lynn Canal. It added a condition, they could only be sold with the unanimous consent of all frog clan members until the safe place was found near cluck won the artifacts would sit in the state museum in Juneau. There they remained for decades. Until last year when the carvings considered masterpieces were returned to quad. But that didn't sit well with some descendants who filed a lawsuit last summer. They argued that by housing the artifacts in the tribes heritage. Center the court had given them to the whole tribe rather than the frog house. Petersburg attorney Fred Trim made case in September that the Jocic one heritage center and Clock One kept the artifacts out of the clans reach. The protests clan members of whom their one hundred and four cannot use the artifacts. Artifacts are locked up in a museum that's not under the control or even. Recently, accessible to the Prague House numbers that the State's Supreme Court justices were unmoved in decision released on October twenty. First, they wrote the lower court had been correct and only exceptional circumstances could overturn the ruling from nineteen seventy eight. The for house posts and a copy of a carped screen are displayed at the joke one heritage sun her and cluck one the center is closed for the season but group to are available by appointment. I'm Clare Trample new. Mexico US Senator Tom Udall spoke on the Senate floor. Monday calling for the protection of Healthcare for native Americans before the Senate confirmation of Judge Amy Conybeare it to the Supreme Court. You'll raise concerns about the future of the affordable care act due to upcoming challenges. Udal says a repeal would devastate Indian country. opened the doors for so many native Americans to access the care they need. Whether it's an unplanned medical emergency or routine wellness checkups and screenings. Access to quality healthcare critical for native communities face disproportionate impacts from the COVID nineteen pandemic. The federal government has a trust and treaty obligation to consult with tribes and to provide native Americans healthcare. The affordable care act permanently reauthorized the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to Ke legal authority for the Indian service and expansion of access to healthcare for native Americans. You'll was among a group of senators and opposition of Barrett's Supreme Court nomination. Racial Equity Groups are hosting a virtual event Tuesday night to mobilize voters in Arizona. A key battleground state the National Congress of American Indians is joining Hispanic Asian. American. Native Hawaiian, and other groups to host the event to discuss voting and a number of issues from Kobe nineteen to racial justice. The event will be streamed on facebook at together we vote a Z.

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Lower Brule schools to begin fall with distance learning

Native America Calling

03:55 min | 1 year ago

Lower Brule schools to begin fall with distance learning

"This is national native news Antonio Gonzales The bay. Mills. Indian community on. Wednesday was granted the right to intervene in an ongoing Michigan pipeline fight with tribes, environmental groups and community members. A judge's decision allows the tribe to take part in case, preceding, evaluating a permit application from the energy company and Bridge to the Michigan public. Service Commission according to a press release from justice, which is representing the tribe. This is the first time. A tribal nation has intervened in a preceding before the Michigan Public Service Commission, the Regulatory Agency as determining. If tunnel will be built under waterways for the relocation of a segment of the line. Five pipeline tribes are concerned about the environment water fisheries and religious and cultural sites in a statement bay. Mills Chairman Brian Newlyn said the pipeline puts treaty rights and way of life at risk line five is a six, hundred, forty, five mile pipeline which carries oil and natural gas traveling through. Michigan Wisconsin and Canada, the company maintains the pipeline is safe. The Michigan Public Service Commission. has scheduled a virtual public hearing together comments on August twenty fourth. Indian educators say they're in a tough bind in preparing for classes this fall many tribal communities continue to be under Copa Nineteen. Schools on the lower brule reservation in. South Dakota serve about three hundred K. through twelve students and are not taking any chances superintendent. Lance Witty says, distance learning has its own problems because of Internet access and many families live in crowded arrangements. Educators know the risk they face and fully reopening. Some health concerns here that are probably not as prevalent off the reservation. We'd. He says, they're starting the year with mostly distance learning, but students will be able to come in for evaluations with their teachers. In the meantime he says, they're focused on making sure students are prepared. She'll be the first time. Our students have had devices. For homes he says, they'll keep monitoring covid nineteen to help make decisions about how to. Classes. The Red Lake Tribal Council Minnesota recently established a cove in nineteen relief fund enrolled Red Lake citizens can apply for assistance chairman. Darrell CK explained the program in a video message program provides for payment in amount of one thousand dollars to each readily enrolled adult who was eighteen on or before July thirty first twenty twenty. because for the payment need to certify that they have suffered economic impacts through increased expenditures and or decreased income as a result couvert nineteen, the funds are intended to help people with rand food or other emergency cost due to the pandemic the tribe is continuing to operate under cove in nineteen emergency orders. This week, there were forty-three positive cases reported on the reservation. A second round of covid nineteen mass testing is underway. Thursday for tribal citizens, new? Mexico US senator, Tom Udall, and congresswoman deb Haaland. Or taking part in a native vote Pamela Thursday afternoon. The virtual panel discussion will focus on protecting voting rights and tribal communities. The lawmakers are expected to discuss the need to ensure native people have. To polls and address voting during covid nineteen other panelists include representatives from the native American Voters Alliance, Education Project, and let America vote. twenty-three federal tribal broadband grants have been awarded for twenty twenty. The national tribal broadband grants are intended to help communities, develop or expand high speed Internet. The funds range from forty to fifty thousand dollars for tribal communities across the country. The program is under the Interior Department's Office of Indian Energy and economic. Development I'm Antonio Gonzalez.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Corona virus Data in New Jersey is trending in the wrong direction. With governor film Murphys, saying the state is now back where it wass Ah month ago. In terms of new cases. Over the past four days, we have reported roughly 2000 new positive Corona virus, test results and New Jersey's transmission rate. Well, that's now back above one, and that means every person infected with Cove in 19 is spreading it to atleast one other person, Murphy points to massive indoor parties as a critical factor that could undo the state. Its fight against the virus. It's killed more than 15,000 New Jerseyans. We can't go backwards. We can't afford to go backwards. President Trump tweeted this morning about delaying the November presidential election. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was asked about it. Correspondent Linda Kenyon with the story. Senator Tom Udall posed the question. Will you respect the results of a certified election? You should know. I have said Repeatedly List committee will follow the rule of law. The dates of presidential elections are set in federal law and cannot be changed except by Congress. The issues follows a tweet by the president calling for an election delay that said, quoting here, 2020 will be the most inaccurate and fraudulent election in history. Linda. Kenyan Washington, Former president Barack Obama says John Lewis may have been the finest disciple of Dr Martin Luther King Jr I've come here today, because I like so many Americans. Oh,.

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Demonstrators at Mauna Kea say they’re leaving. Tribes included in national massive stimulus bill. First Nation leader urges for people to stay home.

Native America Calling

03:56 min | 1 year ago

Demonstrators at Mauna Kea say they’re leaving. Tribes included in national massive stimulus bill. First Nation leader urges for people to stay home.

"This is National Native News Amazon. Tonia Gonzales and Hawaii demonstrators at the base amount K. of blocking an access road to prevent construction of the thirty meter telescope are leaving camp leaders announced this week in a video message. Leader said there's no imminent threat posed by T. M. T. but pointed to threats of covert nineteen in response to the corona virus. They made the decision to pack up and come off the Mouna but pledged to return if there are attempts at construction demonstrators have been there since July and opposition of the telescope to protect the site many native Hawaiians hold sacred a spokesperson for. Tnt told the Honolulu Star advertiser. There's no immediate plans for construction. Us lawmakers hope a massive stimulus bill will soften the economic blow due to Cova Nineteen Wyoming Public Radio Savannah Mar reports on. What'S IN STORE FOR TRIBES TOUGH ECONOMIC. Times are likely ahead for many tribes including those who rely on gaming and hospitality dollars oil and gas revenue. The stimulus bill passed by the US Senate on Wednesday sets aside eight billion dollars in a Stabilization Fund for Tribes Senator. Tom Udall is vice. Chair of the Senate Committee on Indian affairs he says he was pushing for twenty billion in direct funding tribes. The first time we were able to fight and get a tribal stabilization fund of Eight Billion Dollars. We were asking for a lot more. We think the need is a lot bigger. Did they'll also include over a billion dollars to the Indian Health Service and provision for. Bi Police departments tribal colleges in federal Indian housing programs. Those housing dollars will be especially crucial for communities dealing with housing shortages. You'd also living in an overcrowded home is especially dangerous during this pandemic and the money could be used for emergency housing big infusion into housing and so one of the things. I think that's going to allow to happen. Is Communities to be able to rally around new out the the. Us House of Representatives is expected to vote on the bill on Friday for National Native News. I'm Savannah Mar. Health officials are urging people to wash hands to prevent the spread of cove nineteen but many households on Navajo land. Lack Indoor plumbing from the Frontier Desk Laurel Morales reports. Shanna Yazdi who lives in Cameron drives fifty miles for her drinking water groceries and other necessities my mother was asking like. When are we taking the trash out? We have four bags of trash and we have to drive into the city to do that doing laundry. I'm scared to go through laundry right now. We have a small laundry. Met here at a community kind of risky for us right now. So our laundry. It's just kind of getting piled up with each one. N One in two thousand nine American Indians and Alaskan natives had mortality rates that were four times the rates of all other racial and ethnic groups combined. That's according to a study by the National Institutes of Health. Their couvert nineteen may have a significant impact for national needed news and Lorrimore. Ellis inflect staff. Assembly of first nations national chief. Perry Bell Guard is urging first nations people across Canada to stay home in response to covert nineteen an address Thursday. He urged people to self isolate. Avoid large gatherings and asks for everyone's help to protect elders. He says Af en is also pressing Canada to ensure first nations are included in Cova nineteen planning first nations leaders have raised concerns about remoteness overcrowded housing and lack of access to clean drinking water. Government has pledged more than three hundred million dollars for indigenous communities but some first nations leaders have expressed that funding will not do enough to help their communities respond to Cova nineteen. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.

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Tribes in Arizona and Oklahoma report first positive cases of COVID-19, Navajo numbers rise. Native helpline continues services, concerns raised about abuse during COVID-19 orders.

Native America Calling

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Tribes in Arizona and Oklahoma report first positive cases of COVID-19, Navajo numbers rise. Native helpline continues services, concerns raised about abuse during COVID-19 orders.

"The National Native News Antonio Gonzalez the Navajo nation is reporting additional cases of covert nineteen while other tribes are reporting first cases in their communities. Now the whole nation leaders were informed Tuesday night the number of positive cases total forty nine with cases in Arizona and New Mexico. A reservation wide stay at home. Order is in place. The Hilo River Indian community in Arizona. This Week reported its first positive. Cases one is a healer river tribal citizen and the other is a member from another federally recognized Tribe Governor Steven Rayle. Lewis says they're likely to see more cases in coming days and says the tribe is taking aggressive actions to respond which includes a task force and command center the Cherokee Nation Oklahoma Tuesday announced the tribes first positive case of Cova nineteen principal. Chief Chuck hoskin junior in a video. Message TO TRIBAL CITIZENS URGES FOR VIGILANTS won't important respect. Today is no different than yesterday in no different than tomorrow. A single test result does not mean. Only one person contracted the virus. The reality is the virus is spreading all over our region. This is a serious health crisis that requires everyone's attention everyone's cooperation everyone's dedication so that we can get through this together. Cherokee nation cannot and we will not wait for other jurisdictions to decide how best to protect public health. We will remain guided by facts. Medical Science and compassion Hoskins says some precautions include shutting down hotels and casinos and conducting much tribal business from home. He also confirmed a Cherokee nation citizen in Tulsa died last week from covert nineteen strong hearts native helpline will continue to offer service amid Cova. Nineteen the phone support line. One eight four four seven native supports native. American and Alaskan native people who are experiencing abuse or have family members or friends experiencing abuse advocates are concerned about those who may be an unhealthy or abusive relationships as self isolation and social distancing takes place across the country. Laurie jump is director of strong hearts. All the new restrictions the not being able to work and you know not being able to find just the things that you need at the grocery store. is creating additional stress and that can lead to more violence. So we know that People are experiencing this And we are encouraging them to you know. Look at planning whether they are stuck at home with her abusive partner whether they are thinking about leaving You know or maybe they've already left. We know that there are increased opportunities for violence happening and so really think about that. Safety plan how they can keep themselves safe at home. Jump says during this time. Self-care is essential for emotional mental health for strong people. We've weathered a lot of difficult periods of time right over in in our history and you know just are Historical TRAUMAS THAT. We've all survived. And so I think it's really important to remember that that we do come from strong people and and we have been through so much and that we can weather this as well. Strong hearts is based in Minnesota and will continue to operate the help line and offer services daily from seven. Am to ten PM central time. Us Senator Tom Udall announced Wednesday. A bipartisan agreement of Eight Billion Dollars for tribes to ensure direct access to Cova nineteen resources for economic recovery and essential services. It's part of a national cove in nineteen emergency relief package. I'm Antonio

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Highlights from impeachment managers first day of opening arguments

Pacifica Evening News

09:51 min | 1 year ago

Highlights from impeachment managers first day of opening arguments

"Prior to today's trial session democratic senators spoke of the results of the first two days of the trial as would be expected praising the performance of the impeachment managers from the house senators are not permitted to speak from the floor of the chamber during the trial proceedings and they're not supposed to leave their seats for any length of time except during recesses the placement of the two television cameras in the chamber doesn't really show the positions of individual senators part of the special restrictions on the media imposed for the impeachment trial but there have been persistent reports from the floor and the gallery of sizeable and lengthy absences of senators and small groups of them conversing even as the house managers hold the floor some Republican senators have been complaining about the proceedings saying they're boring with the impeachment managers repeating evidence that's already been presented both in the trial and earlier in the house impeachment inquiry hearings Hawaii's junior democratic senator Maisie Horana we've all heard that our colleagues are saying well why don't we have new evidence which by the way we spent twelve hours of thirteen hours on Tuesday of the suspension of shutting down so that's totally hypocrisy on their part for that they are getting restless most of us get restless when we are presented with information we don't want to hear right and you want to hear what the president did and if they were to absence of other just a simple question of is it okay for the president to have shaken down the president of another country a very vulnerable country who need it our support and almost four hundred million a taxpayer money so his troops can fight against Russian and aggression and he in the present use our taxpayer money to to buy that president just ask themselves that question they want to face that is so there's for me why because the truth hurts new Mexico's democratic senator Tom Udall had strong words about president trump's behavior and Davos Switzerland at the World Economic Forum during the opening days of trump's impeachment trial president trump has leadership Maria said he is all over in Davos over in Davos number one what he's doing in Davos which I find outrageous he's he's playing with the jury jury intimidation he said as they are in Davos at the camera he says don't coal balls in there so with us he said could hurt our national security I think that's a very very dangerous role did go down to say that Congress cannot handle the national security issues obviously Fulton has a lot to say in public just about what went on in the meetings but we can handle the National Security park in our secure facilities and I think we're willing to do that the other thing that I found was really upsetting in terms of president trump's behavior over in Davos was he and this is his quote honestly we have all the material and we don't he says honestly we have all the material and they don't have the material here years scolding Goldie over the fact that he has the documents he's not turn them over to Congress he's violated is that is that special relationship article one article two where Congress is supposed to be able to subpoena documents and we do offer site and here he is gloating in S. quality sitting over in Davos president trump is threatening to use national security concerns to block John Bolton's testimony if in the unlikely event the Senate voted to subpoena him as a witness if that doesn't work Republican senators reportedly have a backup plan to depose him in private and then to classify his testimony as secret on national security grounds Karen Greenberg director of the center on national security at Fordham University school of law and author of the book rogue could just as the making of the security state told KABC phase Mitch gesture at the national secrets and security the growth of the security and police powers of the executive branch and the presidency especially since the September eleventh attacks on the US are all involved in the impeachment trial and it's Ukraine affair it is so obvious that what they don't want to do is to bring forth witnesses because the witnesses will say things not because they compromise national security but because they compromise the head of state and head of state and the people in his circle and that's just not what we seen this before we've seen the term national security used to be a real quick for not just protecting the national interest but making sure it doesn't get certain people either embarrassed or in trouble with the law we've seen this in the war on terror and numerous instances and we seen elsewhere we know this this playbook and it would it's important for the country not just for this trial to say now we have a process this is a these are the rules of the process and you can try to obstruct them in any way you want but ultimately we're gonna get those witnesses we need to get them the ring of a very important point now there are some government watchdog groups have you know created these charts showing the amount of times that national security has been invoked in order to keep information from either getting to the public or at least at the very minimum to Congress and if you look at these charts there's just this explosion this exponential growth that really begins at two eight you know right around nine eleven but even even before that even in the nineties but still continuing more so and here we are kind of leads us to the moment that Donald Trump may not have created concerning this use or over use of classifying information he hasn't created this dynamic but it's led us to a point where now he is in that same vein doing which I think is pretty remarkable and even pretty dangerous and for me is like one of those really important things that may not be as talked about as much as it should be during this impeachment trial and that's doing a blanket refusal to cooperate with Congress at all in this investigation right another way of saying it is this was a logical it's a little bit amped up foreseeable consequence of what emerged from nine eleven afterwards and again was built on earlier things as you say and you'll notice that in the the statement about this trial you've seen national security claimed on both sides national security is claimed by the trump administration and his to his lawyers as we can't give out these witnesses or these documents because of national security and on the other side you have individuals Adam Schiff another saying look this is a matter of national security we need to know this and so in national security is the magic words for the whatever it is you want to claim and I think that's also something that has led to this moment in time that we've been dealing with for the past two decades as you say since nine eleven did in this trip to what we consider in late but I guess Arthur Slesinger once called the imperial presidency which other people which people are now using frequently this term exactly let me say one other thing that are sure it's lasted you said though for this lesson you said that you know it and his father that history moves American history has seemed to move in cycles and you know from being very simplistic about this from more conservative errors to more liberal errors and that the cycle was about thirty years which is just about generationally you know in a little more and the real question here is are we what we are are we in the cycle or we done with the idea of cycles in American history have we entrenched ourselves so much in a way of thinking about the presidency and particularly when it comes to it's tied to national or its claim to national security have we escaped those cycles and so on what do you think question what is your title I don't think the pendulum swinging back I think that that so much yeah because we had a democratic president a liberal president who brought in some very much more liberal minded folks into the national security state with the presidency of Obama and the truth was it proved almost impossible to change things either because of how they read the national security global security landscape or because it was just too hard to give up the powers that had accrued but I do not think as we used to think ten years ago that the pendulum is swinging back in office another reason I think this impeachment is so important because it needs to it's not just about Donald Trump it's about what's happened to the country what is allowed to be claimed in the name of national security and now we've seen it at the ultimate where it was claimed in a national security the president's powers have now become clearly about personal interest and you notice yesterday that and today both ship and now they're use national security and then right after national interest and I'm committed to personal interest sort of is the relationship with these these things that are at stake Aaron Greenberg

Could Your Next Car Say 'No' to Drunk Driving?

BrainStuff

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Could Your Next Car Say 'No' to Drunk Driving?

"In the United States alone. Thirty people die every day and drunk. Driving related crashes that equates to one person every forty eight minutes but simple technology to prevent and even possibly end drunk driving exists so why aren't carmakers required to implement it uh-huh new legislation in the United States aims to do just that to require all new cars be equipped with Alcohol Addiction Systems by two thousand twenty four the reduce impaired driving for everyone act of two thousand nineteen known as the riot act was introduced to Congress from both sides of the aisle by Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico and Rick. Scott out of Florida who co-sponsored the Senate bill and representative Debbie Dingle of Michigan in the House. Democrats and Republicans working together. The lawmakers believed the law could save seven thousand lives per year. We spoke by email with Ned. Adrian's Senator Udalls Communications Director. He said Udal saw the success. That ignition interlock. Technology had in reducing the number of alcohol related driving fatalities in New Mexico indices alcohol detection. Technology is a big part of the solution in preventing drunk drivers from. I'm getting behind the wheel. The Right Act doesn't just call for automakers to implement alcohol detection technology on their own. The bill also provides funding for research and development element of advanced alcohol detection software. The legislation will establish a pilot program fleet vehicles equipped with the software including those from federal state and private partners. That means the technology will be tested on vehicles before being mandated for consumers the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or NHTSA is also also partnering with Automobile Manufacturers to help develop detection systems that can be installed in vehicles the NHTSA will work with the private on motive coalition for traffic safety as well as directly with vehicle manufacturers suppliers and other interested parties including institutions of higher education expertise and automotive engineering to develop the technology not once the pilot program is underway results will initially be evaluated in the first twelve months and again every one hundred and eighty days the target eight for implementing the federally mandated. Technology in. All new vehicles will be no more than two years after the law is enacted as for how it will actually work. We can get some insight from current technology though that doesn't necessarily reflect the future an ignition interlock device or I I D- is essentially a breathalyzer connected to a car's ars ignition system once it's installed the car won't start until someone breathes into. Id with an alcohol. Free Breath. Drivers also can't disconnect the devices uses without damaging the vehicle. It's possible for a driver to trick these devices by having someone else provide the breath sample but the device is also demand rolling samples at regular intervals while the vehicle is in motion. Making it difficult for anyone other than the driver to comply and the statistics show that they work in May of Twenty nineteen mothers against drunk driving announced that in-car breathalyzers stop drivers who were drunk from starting their cars or three million times since two thousand six. That's that's when mad began pushing for ignition interlocks for every drunk driver mad collected. It's data from eleven ignition interlock manufacturers. The data found that. ID's stopped opt almost three hundred and forty eight thousand attempts by drivers with alcohol in their system. In two thousand eighteen alone lifesaver a provider of interlock devices and services says says on its website. That false positives are possible though a triggered by anything from mouthwash to fruit juice to pizza dough in that case a series of lockout periods are triggered before the driver can take another test anywhere from five minutes on up depending on the laws of the state if a rolling sample triggers a failure. The vehicle must be stopped as as soon as possible to pullover safely and failure on a subsequent test after a lockout period. Put the vehicle in a service mode where it must be taken to a service center to be reset that it's unclear whether the laws for federally mandated built in devices would use similar procedures. The Ride Act. Bill does state that the technology will automatically use the blood alcohol content cut off for the jurisdiction where the vehicle is being operated. However the bill does not specify whether the development team is working with existing assisting technology or what form the implementation will take? Also who would pay for all of this. Generally when drivers are required to install an aftermarket. I I D- After a Dui they pay the costs for installation monthly fees for the court mandated monitoring period and the removal fee. At the end of their sentence. These costs can easily add up to thousands of dollars which is not necessarily representative of the cost of the. ID itself since there are different suppliers of these ID's in different areas. Prices can vary and furthermore the monthly fee also includes a monitoring service that records the results of each test to report back to the court if necessary a lifesaver says their pricing is bound by the laws of the states in which they provide their services. It's unclear how. Or if the cost of these devices would be passed on consumers if they become mandated as part of car equipment though the text of Udal in Scott's proposal specifies that federal funding will help pay for the development costs the federal government has already dedicated about fifty million dollars to the project.

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Could Your Next Car Say 'No' to Drunk Driving?

BrainStuff

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Could Your Next Car Say 'No' to Drunk Driving?

"In the United States alone. Thirty people die every day and drunk. Driving related crashes that equates to one person every forty eight minutes but simple technology to prevent and even possibly end drunk driving exists so why aren't carmakers required to implement it uh-huh new legislation in the United States aims to do just that to require all new cars be equipped with Alcohol Addiction Systems by two thousand twenty four the reduce impaired driving for everyone act of two thousand nineteen known as the riot act was introduced to Congress from both sides of the aisle by Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico and Rick. Scott out of Florida who co-sponsored the Senate bill and representative Debbie Dingle of Michigan in the House. Democrats and Republicans working together. The lawmakers believed the law could save seven thousand lives per year. We spoke by email with Ned. Adrian's Senator Udalls Communications Director. He said Udal saw the success. That ignition interlock. Technology had in reducing the number of alcohol related driving fatalities in New Mexico indices alcohol detection. Technology is a big part of the solution in preventing drunk drivers from. I'm getting behind the wheel. The Right Act doesn't just call for automakers to implement alcohol detection technology on their own. The bill also provides funding for research and development element of advanced alcohol detection software. The legislation will establish a pilot program fleet vehicles equipped with the software including those from federal state and private partners. That means the technology will be tested on vehicles before being mandated for consumers the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or NHTSA is also also partnering with Automobile Manufacturers to help develop detection systems that can be installed in vehicles the NHTSA will work with the private on motive coalition for traffic safety as well as directly with vehicle manufacturers suppliers and other interested parties including institutions of higher education expertise and automotive engineering to develop the technology not once the pilot program is underway results will initially be evaluated in the first twelve months and again every one hundred and eighty days the target eight for implementing the federally mandated. Technology in. All new vehicles will be no more than two years after the law is enacted as for how it will actually work. We can get some insight from current technology though that doesn't necessarily reflect the future an ignition interlock device or I I D- is essentially a breathalyzer connected to a car's ars ignition system once it's installed the car won't start until someone breathes into. Id with an alcohol. Free Breath. Drivers also can't disconnect the devices uses without damaging the vehicle. It's possible for a driver to trick these devices by having someone else provide the breath sample but the device is also demand rolling samples at regular intervals while the vehicle is in motion. Making it difficult for anyone other than the driver to comply and the statistics show that they work in May of Twenty nineteen mothers against drunk driving announced that in-car breathalyzers stop drivers who were drunk from starting their cars or three million times since two thousand six. That's that's when mad began pushing for ignition interlocks for every drunk driver mad collected. It's data from eleven ignition interlock manufacturers. The data found that. ID's stopped opt almost three hundred and forty eight thousand attempts by drivers with alcohol in their system. In two thousand eighteen alone lifesaver a provider of interlock devices and services says says on its website. That false positives are possible though a triggered by anything from mouthwash to fruit juice to pizza dough in that case a series of lockout periods are triggered before the driver can take another test anywhere from five minutes on up depending on the laws of the state if a rolling sample triggers a failure. The vehicle must be stopped as as soon as possible to pullover safely and failure on a subsequent test after a lockout period. Put the vehicle in a service mode where it must be taken to a service center to be reset that it's unclear whether the laws for federally mandated built in devices would use similar procedures. The Ride Act. Bill does state that the technology will automatically use the blood alcohol content cut off for the jurisdiction where the vehicle is being operated. However the bill does not specify whether the development team is working with existing assisting technology or what form the implementation will take? Also who would pay for all of this. Generally when drivers are required to install an aftermarket. I I D- After a Dui they pay the costs for installation monthly fees for the court mandated monitoring period and the removal fee. At the end of their sentence. These costs can easily add up to thousands of dollars which is not necessarily representative of the cost of the. ID itself since there are different suppliers of these ID's in different areas. Prices can vary and furthermore the monthly fee also includes a monitoring service that records the results of each test to report back to the court if necessary a lifesaver says their pricing is bound by the laws of the states in which they provide their services. It's unclear how. Or if the cost of these devices would be passed on consumers if they become mandated as part of car equipment though the text of Udal in Scott's proposal specifies that federal funding will help pay for the development costs the federal government has already dedicated about fifty million dollars to the project.

Tom Udall, Nathan Ross And Lee discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

03:26 min | 2 years ago

Tom Udall, Nathan Ross And Lee discussed on Environment: NPR

"Next two more big changes. The trump administration is making these ones to the way it carries out the endangered species act that is the law credited with saving wildlife. If such as bald eagles on grizzly bears that these changes are the biggest revisions in decades and there has been swift backlash from wildlife groups and democratic lawmakers they warn it will be harder to protect species at a time when many face mounting threats n._p._r.'s nathan ross reports the trump administration has been working on these revisions to the endangered species act for a long time urged on by republican lawmakers and industry groups who think that the landmark wildlife conservation law has been applied too strictly talk although the endangered species act enjoys broad bipartisan support among american voters according to recent polling some view it as a tool for federal government overreach reach particularly in western states making the announcement earlier today karen but fail in a deputy solicitor at the interior department said the changes were made to provide vite greater transparency as well as to provide regulatory assurances and protection for both endangered species and who rely on the us federal and private land but failing worked as a property rights attorney in wyoming before coming to interior and has long been a critic of federal policies that she thinks go too far. Today's moves are being celebrated by industry groups from utilities to mining companies and are being roundly criticized. This is by wildlife organizations but discerning what's actually in the changes is a little more complicated the listening critical habitat. Let's see as a hundred forty pages ages. Jake lead the director for biodiversity. The environment policy innovation center is still trying to get through all of the revisions. There's more than three hundred pages in total. Unfortunately unfortunately the changes that are spread throughout the entire document. Lee says from what he's seen so far much of what's changing is administrative. It's bookkeeping other parts. Though he says has are more problematic. There are a number of changes that do we can then dangerous species for one. The administration is trying to weaken the level of protections texans for threatened species. That's not the same as endangered but for more than forty years. They've been protected the same way not anymore now the u._s. fish and wildlife service. I will determine how much protection to give threatened species on a case by case basis. Another change will require wildlife officials to consider occupied habitat. The replace plant or animal currently is before looking at unoccupied areas like place it may migrate to in the future that wildlife advocates say is shortsighted in an era of climate change as many as one million species are at risk of disappearing many within decades according to a recent u._n. Report habitat tattoo shrinking because of human development and climate impacts like rising seas in a press conference blasting the changes new mexico senator. Tom udall a democrat pointed did that out. Now is the time to strengthen the essay not cripple. There's a coalition and congress who agrees with me. We need to consider stopping. He needs regulations by any means including the congressional review act that may just be one of the many challenges facing the trump administration's revisions state attorneys general general and environmental groups are already promising to sue as well nathan rot n._p._r. News

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Trump Administration Guts Endangered Species Act

All Things Considered

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Trump Administration Guts Endangered Species Act

"Next two more big changes the trump administration is making these ones to the way it carries out the Endangered Species Act that is the law credited with saving wildlife such as bald eagles and grizzly bears these changes are the biggest revisions in decades and there has been swift backlash from wildlife groups and democratic lawmakers they warn it will be harder to protect species at a time when many face mounting threats and jeers Nathan Wright reports the trump administration has been working on these revisions to the Endangered Species Act for a long time urged on by Republican lawmakers and industry groups who think that the landmark wildlife conservation law has been applied to strictly although the Endangered Species Act enjoys broad bi partisan support among American voters according to recent polling some view it as a tool for federal government over reach particularly in western states making the announcement earlier today Karen but failing deputy solicitor at the interior department said the changes were made to provide greater transparency as well as to provide regulatory assurances and protection for both endangered species and the businesses who rely on the use of federal and private land but sailing worked as a property rights attorney in Wyoming before coming to interior and has long been a critic of federal policies that she thinks go too far days moves are being celebrated by industry groups from utilities to mining companies and are being roundly criticized by wildlife organizations but discerning what's actually in the changes is a little more complicated the listing of critical habitat let's see as a hundred forty pages Jake lead the director for biodiversity at the environment policy innovation center is still trying to get through all of the revisions there's more than three hundred pages in total and unfortunately changers are spread throughout the entire document Lee says from what he's seen so far much of what's changing is administrative it's bookkeeping other parts though he says are more problematic there are a number of changes that we can then danger Susan's back for one the administration is trying to weaken the level of protections for threatened species that's not the same as in danger but for more than forty years they've been protected the same way not anymore now the US fish and Wildlife Service will determine how much protection to give threatened species on a case by case basis another change will require wildlife officials to consider occupied habitat the place a plant or animal currently is before looking at on occupied areas like a place it may migrate to in the future that wildlife advocates say is short sighted in an era of climate change as many as one million species are at risk of disappearing many within decades according to a recent UN report habitat is shrinking because of human development and climate impacts like rising seas in a press conference blasting the changes new Mexico's senator Tom Udall a Democrat pointed that out now is the time to strengthen the essay not cripple it there's a coalition in Congress who agrees with me we need to consider stopping these regulations by any means including the congressional

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Senate to vote on requiring congressional approval for military strikes

Lee Mathews

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Senate to vote on requiring congressional approval for military strikes

"A ron will be an issue at the senate today in particular how much power president trump should have ordering a military strike which nearly happened last week after a ron shutdown a u._s. drone democrats in congress born to vote miscalculation escalating to a war with iran new mexico senator tom udall says it's reminiscent of the run-up to war in iraq it's time that congress confront the administration's rejection of diplomacy utilise pushing an amendment blocking funding for military action in iran without congressional approval majority leader mitch mcconnell says it's a terrible idea at any moment let alone around escalating violent than searching for any fun of american weakness is not expected to pass but we'll put senators including several running for president on

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Dot com president trump has more meetings at the g twenty summit and when it gets to tomorrow japanese time he'll be sitting down with china's leader talking trade once again iran will be an issue at the senate today in particular how much power president trump should have ordering a military strike which nearly happened last week after iran showdown u._s. drone democrats in congress suborned miscalculation escalating to a war with iran new mexico senator tom udall says it's reminiscent of the run up to war in iraq it's time that congress confront the administration's rejection of diplomacy pushing an amendment blocking funding for military action in iran without congressional approval majority leader mitch mcconnell says it's a terrible idea at any moment let alone as a round escalating violence and searching for any fun of american weakness is not expected to pass but we'll put senators including several running for president on record on capitol hill jared halpern fox news on wall street stock futures have been rising and it's the last trading day of the month and the quarter dow up nearly seven percent in june now sports they've gone for losing seven straight to winning four zero gene cigars run won the game in the bottom of the night for the phillies beating the new york mets on n._b._c. sports philadelphia the l._a. dodgers got for the night it'd be the colorado rockies craig kimbrel gonna save in his debut with the cubs preserving chicago's win over land in a battle of division leaders the texas rangers won their fifth straight game beating the trait and tampa bay in minnesota play was like two games in one the race finally beat the twins in the eighteenth inning at the women's soccer world cup team u._s._a. will be an action again today playing france in the quarterfinals at three p._m. eastern time I'm Dave Anthony. This is Fox News. hi times is.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We were talking about them it blowback from Capitol Hill. President Trump switch gears again today suggesting he never wanted congress to vote to replace the Affordable Care Act until after the twenty twenty election. This was on Twitter. I he said he was his. His choice to push off the healthcare votes. Then he said he never expected there to be any votes at all until after twenty twenty President Trump's environmental protection administrator is defending a proposed two billion dollar cut in his agency's budget. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports democratic Senator Tom udall said administrator Andrew Wheeler is purposefully drawing down his staff as scientists and researchers retire and resign we've sit here examining budget request to cut another eighteen hundred staff, we're focusing on our core missions at the agency and protecting public health. And as the number that, we believe we can well, those those I don't think you can do that. With eighteen hundred fewer employees noted that congress has previously rejected administration efforts to reduce EPA budgets. I predicted it will do. So again on Capitol Hill or Chapman, Bloomberg radio. I on Capitol Hill today that Baker. The secretary general of the North Atlantic Brady organization. Stoltenberg became the first head of NATO to address a joint meeting of congress marking the alliance's seventieth anniversary, and he urged lawmakers to maintain unity for future generations global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter. I'm Bob moon. What percentage of global GDP is the United States half two-thirds? Guess again America is just twenty four percent, which means that seventy six percent of global GDP comes from outside of the United States Oppenheimer funds believes opportunity..

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Democratic Rep. Ben Ray Lujan will run for Senate in New Mexico

Richard Eeds

11:20 min | 2 years ago

Democratic Rep. Ben Ray Lujan will run for Senate in New Mexico

"To have joining us now is congressman from the third congressional district of New Mexico. Ben Ray Luhan, congressman good afternoon. How are you today? I'm doing well, Richard. It's always an honor to be with you. All right announcing today, you are going to run for the United States Senate. Do I have that? Correct. You have that Richard. We heard about a week ago up and Senator udall who again incredible public servant Timon, Jill you'd all. In the work. They do day in and day out always been an advocate for people on leading consumer protections that he was the attorney general for the state of New Mexico, and he announced he would not be running to the US Senate seat. You're sitting down with family and friends and supporters and all the encouragement over the last week. I am announcing today even though it's April Fool's day. This is no, April Fools joke. Down things today that I am running for the US Senate seat in Mexico, and we appreciate the outpouring support. And we look forward to launching this campaign officially over the next few weeks as we travel the state to hear directly from people directly constituents across Mexico. But we wanted to make that announcement today congressman, well, we're we're very happy. Once Senator udall announced he would not seek reelection. What's it gonna retire? Kind of a neat distinction would not seek reelection in twenty twenty. Of course, lots of speculation you were top of the list. But then a lot of people kind of bouncing back and forth. Well, his position in the house. Fourth fourth in line succession assistant leader just has to wait. He'll be speaker very soon. How much did this way into the decision? And how did you go about making the decision congressman? Absolutely, richard. Well, especially over the last two years. I worked side by side with people all across Mexico and all across America to win back. The majority in the US house of representatives for Democrats restoring checks and balances and making commitments to the American people along the way. To lower prescription drug prices, slow the pasta healthcare to pass h r one to restore ethics in our government. Make sure that we were energy influence of all types secret dark money in our campaigns at any gerrymandering, restoring the Voting Rights Act, and I will also elected by my colleagues to serve as speaker of the house in this election cycle, which is a great responsibility and one that we will continue to do. But after all the restrictions that many of us have had watching Mitch McConnell continue to stand in the way of progress. Refusing to take up HR one recently announced that it was Mitch McConnell Senate Republicans to repeal the Affordable Care Act. And then we saw the Trump administration doubled down on that Mitch McConnell refused to take up legislation that we passed out of the house to address gun violence. The first that we've done in twenty five years it clear that we have to do something about Mitch McConnell, obstruction fixed the Senate and. That's why I'm running to make sure that we're able to flip the Senate, and we can't do that. Unless we hold you Mexico blue, and I feel Richard based in the work that I've been doing my upbringing in Mexico born and raised on a small farm. I still call home. I'm the strongest candidate to be able to keep the seat in blue, and you Mexico and working or the trusted supporters across Mexico. So that was a big part of the decision how we came to it. And I'll tell you my mom had some special influence over this, Richard. I call that I made and she was very encouraging on she talked about my father was a little emotional. But my mom said, Dan Rae. This is something that the family support you in doing, and if you have support from people across the Mexico, let's do this. And so we're announcing today that we're announcing that I'm running for the US Senate here, New Mexico. Congressman Henry Liu Honda gets announcing as he just mentioned the running for the United States Senate seat currently held by Senator Tom udall. Oh, have you formed your campaign team? Have you started bringing people on for the campaign? Yes, you're so this last week we reached out to incredible of supporters and the team that we're assembling. We're still building it. But we're coming out of the gate with one of the strongest teams in the country, and they are made up of Mexican people that have helped us win seats in New Mexico. And so I know that the team that we've assembled as one that very competent, and that has already delivered victories art of the team that helped elect Senator Tom udall, Senator hanger, so teetotal small myself Senator Bingaman on you know, people that have just been a big part of New Mexico success over the years. So I'm really proud of the team that we've assembled as far congressman you're gonna move from a safe district race to statewide race. Can you give us a little bit of the idea of the direction of the campaign and a little bit of the direction of fundraising? So the campaigns that I've always run Richard had been grassroots feels. They've always been powered by people, and I've prided myself on being inclusive and making sure that we get more people involved during my tenure in the house of representatives. We've put together training to encourage more people to get involved in our state party and our state politics on we've been an advocate for voting rights. Same day voter registration making it easier for people to vote not harder for people to vote because when more people are involved where stronger because of it. So that's the kind of campaign will put together in all thirty three counties will work to catch a voters everywhere. Encourage them to stay involved and be involved fundraising perspective, look at the d triple fee, we help transform the way we raise money, we'd raise a lot of resources online. And that's something that we're counting on grassroots supporters property Mexico to help us out. And then, you know, people traditionally supported my election here in New Mexico. Wilkins you to reach out to them as well. But I'll tell you the more people that get involved the stronger will do what people were able to earn their support that the stronger of a candidate on. I will be as well congressman, then let me ask you this because you mentioned dark money nature are one and ethics considerations. Even people up in northern New Mexico people who do support you. We're concerned about you taking money from private prisons. And also, you know, the thought of fossil fuel money as well. How would you answer them? How would you? How would you? What would you tell them in with their concerns about big money? Yes. So with the money, we return that we do not take that money anymore from private prisons as well there, Richard. So we clearly constituents in that space. I'm very proud of my record when it comes to the climate crisis. And how it's impacting negatively not just in New Mexico, but across America, I was appointed to the select committee on climate crisis by speaker Pelosi. You know, this as well as my listener or listeners and my supporters as well, Richard during my time on the public regulation commission. Not only did we stand up to health insurance companies who were discriminated against a constituents, but we actually stood up in the face of developing more renewable energy, and you'd Mexico developing strong, energy efficiency standards, a strong net. Metering a program that encourage more people to develop top solar on their homes as well. Even though there was pushed into utility companies at during my time in congress. I'm the carrier a cherry, and I'm the author of the national renewable electricity standard legislation. We've continued to stand in the face of a where we need to reduce pollution as well. And we've been working in that endeavor every way. So I have a strong scorecard can all Sierra Club in the league. Conservation voters. I'm proud to receive their endorsement in. Election, including when I was running for the first time back in two thousand eight and continue to hold and earn their support. So that environmental scorecard matters to me very much. It's who I am. And it's how I was raised on that small farm that I still call home, right? Congressman is our guest. He's announcing today he will run for the United States Senate seat currently held by

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To officially ignore it in his chamber, refusing to even bring it to a vote still democratic Senator Tom udall said he's planning to unroll his version of the package Wednesday, and we'll seek democratic and Republican cosponsors. Even if it somehow to pass the Senate, President, Donald Trump in Detroit and business and conservative interests have mobilized against it. In mass democrat candidates running for president in two thousand twenty or differentiating themselves to their potential voters in various ways. Senator Elizabeth Warren talks about the need to more greatly regulate big tech. So smaller companies would be able to compete with them level. The playing field a little bit for small businesses. An. Manures and start what we've got to do is take those platforms. You know, how you whether on Amazon or do a search on Google and break them off from the additional businesses that they're running and those traditional businesses whether getting the comparative advantage on their information because of the information they get from their platforms. Warren, valid on CNN Friday to break up Amazon dot com Inc. Alphabet inc. Schuylkill and Facebook if he liked it US president to promote competition in the tech sector the nation. Springs ahead the Sunday as daylight saving. Time begins substates considering staying on one time all year long, Texas, Michigan Louisiana in Connecticut. Among them for USA radio news. I'm Rick, Vincent. The bible says the whatsoever man's so at that Chile also reap. St. Financial issues where we align reality with truth conservative talk radio, you can count on financial issues that you need to know. Economy, a witne defense energy policy based on the sharing of scarcity. If we look at government, the common sense that we all use in our daily lives. Now, here's your host, Dan. Good morning. Welcome back to financial issues. Let me put my microphone. Good.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"So go to FOX nation dot com today and sign up now for FOX nation opinion done right now because this is so much parking and noisy. Yelling. Our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not gonna cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be silent coup controlled my voice. Nobody fronts news channel real news. Real honest opinion. Foreigner jersey high school students you're under arrest charged with hacking their schools computer system in Jersey City. The district says they changed their grades and possibly the graves of at least ten of their friends. The suspects were all boys ranging in age from fifteen to seventeen police say each of the students is facing several charges including accessing disclosing data. Authorities are also looking into a similar great cheese against the did. They say they may have been involved in during last school year. Teachers were told to change their passwords into no longer use computers that the students had access to reporting from Jersey City Louis Fox News Democrats once again, taking President Trump to task for declaring a national emergency in order to secure funding for a border wall. Mexico Senator Tom udall, delivering his party's weekly media address. I can tell you all that the president's rhetoric about our border isn't based in reality. There is no national security emergency at the border. We have the lowest number of undocking. Immigrants living in our country. And over a decade, the president declared an emergency after congress refused to give him the money. He was requesting for the wall.

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Udall leads Senate effort to reverse Trump's emergency declaration

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Udall leads Senate effort to reverse Trump's emergency declaration

"Litzinger. New mexico. Senator Tom udall delivers the democratic weekly address. He focused much of his comments on President Trump's declaration of a national emergency to build a wall along the southern border with Mexico Udal says the president's move is not rooted in fact earlier this week the house passed this resolution with bipartisan support next it is the senate's turn to vote. I encourage members of both parties Republicans and Democrats to join us to stand up for the separation of powers Udal is urging the Senate to join the house in passing a resolution that would terminate mister Trump's

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Sixty the road that connected Chicago to L A was decommissioned as a US highway in nineteen eighty-five use of route sixty six dropped significantly. After highways were built as part of the interstate system that made it tougher a lot of businesses that were on the old road there because they're traffic Wendell to almost nothing in some cases, Ron wore Nick is the editor for route sixty six news dot com and says the new Bill would amend the national trails system act, basically, it'd be go under the purview of the National Park Service. And that would lead to Moore's signs along the route. He says the designation could help revitalize cities that sit along the historic corridor. The fact that are considering a national historic trail would obviously be a big boost to many businesses along the road, the US house of representatives passed a similar Bill to the one presented to the Senate in June. If the Senate passes this there's going to have to be a reconciliation between the. The house Bill and the Senate Bill. It's my understanding that there's virtually no difference between a Bill session be improbable. The main thing is they are facing a December thirty first deadline to get this done before the congressional session. And if they don't get it done, they'll just they're going to have to start over Senator Tom udall of New Mexico, and Jim in hope of Oklahoma or behind the Bill and say the designation safeguards route sixty six says, a cultural landmark, I'm Clayton Neville. Coming up on America this week used their jersey number not facial recognition for this basketball team after these messages. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. This is Belinda Collins live on the scene of a recent hailstorm here to describe the events of.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The road that connected Chicago to L A was decommissioned as a US highway in nineteen eighty-five. Use of around sixty six dropped significantly after highways were built as part of the interstate system that made it tougher a lot of businesses that were on the old road der because they're traffic dwindled almost nothing in some cases, run warning is the editor for route sixty six news dot com and says the new Bill would amend the national trails system act, basically, it'd be go under the purview of the National Park Service. And that would lead to Moore's signs along the route. He says the designation could help revitalize cities that sit along the historic corridor. The fact that are considering a national historic trail would obviously be a big boost to many businesses along the road, the US house of representatives passed a similar Bill to the one presented to the Senate in June. If the Senate passes this or it's going to have to be a reconciliation between. The house Bill and the Senate Bill. It's my understanding that there's virtually no difference between a Bill session improbable. The main thing is they are facing a December thirty first deadline. Get this done before the congressional session. And and if they don't get it done, they'll just they're going to have to start over Senator Tom udall of New Mexico, and Jim in hope of Oklahoma or behind the Bill and say the designation safeguards route sixty six says, a cultural landmark, I'm Clayton Neville. Coming up on America this week used their jersey number not facial recognition for this basketball team after these messages. technology truths. Brought to you by Tyco. You.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Use as economic rights are civil rights executive director of the ACLU of northern California said without affordable housing, it's impossible to achieve the AC. L us mission of being a guardian of Justice. Fairness equality and freedom that southern California head of the ACLU said prop ten we'll give local communities the power to stop corporate landlords and Wall Street speculators from driving up rents and making life unaffordable for working families, the San Diego and imperial counties. ACLU chapter is also endorsing prop ten. The Trump administration has rolled back and Obama era rule meant to curb climate changing pollution caused by huge volumes of natural gas that escapes after being drilled from US lands. The move today by the interior department replaces a two thousand sixteen rule adopted under President Barack Obama that forced energy companies to capture methane a key contributor to climate. Change comes a week after the US Environmental Protection Agency proposed weakening a similar rule aimed at reducing emissions from public and private lands methane. The main component of natural gas is frequently wasted through leaks or intentional releases during oil and gas drilling Senator Tom udall of New Mexico, criticized the rollback giveaway to companies that pollute the Obama rule had been tied up with lawsuits since its adoption four minutes left to go. Oh here on the evening news.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"This is cnn breaking news we're following breaking news the white house now defending startling tweet fight president trump who called for an end to do process for people caught crossing the border illegally we'll talk about that much more with senator tom udall of the foreign relations committee ben our correspondent specialists and analysts bay all standing by first let's go straight to our chief white house correspondent jim mukasay he's in west columbia south carolina right now jim the president's hard line on immigration appears to be getting hardly that's where he will president trump will be campaigning here in south carolina later on this evening it is go secret he is going to hammer the issue immigration white up until the midterm elections coming up this fall and even with families being separated with their children at the board of the president believes this issue is a winner for the republican party as his age tried to drown out questions from reporters president trump pushed back on any notion that he regrets signing an executive order that was supposed to halt child separations at the border the executive order was great it was something that i felt we had to do we want children staying together the law has been this law for a long period of time with the president double down on this hardline stance to clear he wants to set up a system that sends migrants back to their home countries no matter their circumstances we want a system where when people come in illegally they have to go out and nice simple system that works we want strong voters and we want no prime strong borders we want no crime the democrats want open borders and they don't care about crime and care about our military describing migrants as invaders the president said he wants to deny due process rights to bordercrossers tweeting we cannot allow all of these people to invade our country when somebody comes in we must immediately with no judges or court cases bring them back from where they came tough talk was echoed by attorney general jeff sessions who didn't close the door on the possibility that more children could be separated from their migrant parents.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lot going on today i don't know if you people have noticed checking in at number five sick days date mike pompeo got furious today when asked the president donald trump has any conflicts of interest this is while pompeii was up on capitol hill the senate foreign relations committee meeting airing and he had to read a letter you read the letter from the president to kim jong un dear chairman king gosh it's so nice it it was a weird letter it was a he was he was both very diplomatic but it was a harry that we couldn't have this meeting but you're reckless and horrifying rhetoric makes me want to puke and we will wave you off the planet earth as though you were a nest advance very nice jane let me know if you'd like to talk it's kind of like that right it's just something flip you off the planet like i flipped that mccrone guys dandruff enclosed one commemorative coin but then things got a little bit this a little chippy at the senate today when senator tom udall of new mexico decide is democrat decided to ask pompeo about well how do we trust the president if he won't release his tax returns or financial statements how can you assure the american people that american foreign policy is free of his personal conflicts of interest i i find i find that question bizarre i knew you you don't want to answer it then senator it is bizarre i think that's indicative of my answer senator i i've been incredibly involved in this administration's foreign policy now for some sixteen months and i have seen literally no evidence of what you are.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Okay does he doing in our last green news report you had a story on how global warming is making storms worse and what are you know today we have terrible storms on the east coast yes a large and very dangerous storm system caused severe damage in the northeast this week including generating three tornados in new york state where governor andrew cuomo declared a state of emergency the storms recordsetting high winds caused the deaths of at least five people knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of people triggered flash floods and forced the closure of some regional rail lines it's another reminder to be sure that you and your family are prepared for these increasing intense extreme weather events in politics trump environmental protection agency administrator scott pruitt got a grilling from democrats in a wednesday senate appropriations committee hearing grilled pruitt democratic senator tom udall of new mexico excoriated pruitt over the twelve separate probes and investigations into his spending and ethics scandals twelve official federal investigations of this guy yes the inspector general of the epa said that he will now investigate pruitt's use of secret private email addresses that bypassed public records laws but it may have to wait until he gets a bigger budget he was using secret email addresses right a private server yes lock him up here's senator tom udall at that hearing administrative pruitt it's hard to know where to begin this morning every day there seems to be a new scandal in you at dead center i'm tempted to say your scandals are a mere sideshow distracting us from the long lasting devastation your leadership is making on human health and the environment tempted to say he just said it also in that hearing administrator pruitt claimed that the controversies were mostly overblown but he did admit that as i look back on this decision i would not make the same decisions again.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Negotiate a new agreement if trump withdrawals which he obviously did by the way there's a lot of people say well trump just pulled out it's got no plan what he's gonna watches and again i'm not defending what he's doing because i think this is way too complicated for for most of us to to understand but i don't think donald trump is doing this and saying well we're never going to talk to them again i think he's just exerting enough pressure to bring them to their knees this is very similar tactic at least tactically do what he's doing north korea he made a lot of brash statements about north korea and then lower the boom and north korea suffered very badly i don't know whether the economically or iran is probably in better shape the north korea but we'll see if all of these sanctions come down on them and all of a sudden people start rising up against their government because they don't have any money might be a very wise thing to do but if you're in what you believe to be a bad deal get the heck out of the deal and make a new one i mean if one thing donald trump is known for is making his dealmaking now whether you like the way he makes deals or don't like the way he makes deals at least he is trying to make the point that this is not a good deal for the united states now again a lot of people coming down on the on the other side and their the typical suspects mexico senator tom udall he says his decision to withdrawal is a dangerous mistake they will do grave damage to our global standing and our efforts to stop a nuclear iran so you think president trump went into this with with all the advisers that he has and.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The us out of the iran nuclear agreement new national security adviser john bolton a fierce critic of the agreement stood near the president during the announcement america will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail we will not allow american cities to be threatened with destruction the president was foreshadowing future of iran being able to build intercontinental ballistic missiles as part of its known short range missile programs that do indeed threaten israel and saudi arabia the treasury department is readying new sanctions only wrong how tehran will react is up in the air with hardliners in the regime likely to try to create a diplomatic gap between the us and allies bob costantini the white house not surprisingly there are differing reactions among new mexico politicians to the president's decision republican congressman steve pearce supports the move releasing a statement saying the iran deal was dangerous from the begin winning enacted against the interest of national security democratic senator tom udall on the other hand does the president's decision is a dangerous mistake that will do grave damage to our global standing prosecutors in at least two jurisdictions are investigating the assault allegations that led to the resignation of new york attorney general eric schneiderman new york city mayor bill de blasio says the accusations are troubling i was horrified page after page it got worse and worse and worse and it was horrifying and it was disgusting and it was unacceptable in every way a public story detailed for women's allegations that neiderman violently assaulted them the case of a missing rio rancho woman found dead last weekend is now being investigated as a murder don sandoval who was fortysix went missing under suspicious circumstances last month her body turned up saturday when sandoval county sheriff's deputies state police in rio rancho police were sent to a remote part of the county eighty nine degrees in albuquerque the news sponsored by abc seamless i'm larry mullen branka ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That could be embarrassing and they're not doing their oversight the big problem here is that congress is supposed to do oversight of the executive branch and that means regardless of party you step up to the plate you do your job they aren't doing their jobs in the circumstance now senator under the constitution actually mr pruitt could be removed by congress if he were found guilty of a crime how possible is that or is that just the on the pale politically right now well i think the more likely course will be that the republicans will visit with the trump white house and say this guy's been around too long he's hurting us you've got to get rid of him we know there have already been a lot of those discussions i know that privately talking to republicans in the white house right now there have been discussions about pruitt leaving they haven't reached the point that we think they should but i think it's building and i think this has a snowball effect as soon as we compile a somewhat complete list more issues come out i just can't believe he's still there to tell you the truth how did this happen how did a man like scott pruitt become head of the environmental protection agency how did we get there well it all flows from president trump he clearly was indicating that many of the regulations that are in place many of the laws that are in place he was going to do everything he could to stand on the industry side and that's why they thought up this term the deep state and they said well we're going to destroy the deep state and we're going to do everything we can to make sure that businesses now in charge of the agenda which i think is a is a very unfortunate to place to be especially for american citizens who look to this agency when it was set up by partisan signed into law by president nixon there was this huge expectation that the environmental protection agency would do the good work protecting the american people and really we have the president and an administrator who aren't interested in that senator tom udall of new mexico has served in the united states senate since two thousand and eight senator udall thanks so much for taking the time with us today.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The business end of the first official state visit the trump presidency the president and the leader of france emmanuel macron did not seem to agree on what happens with iran's nuclear deal plus bob costantini reports north korea made a potential face to face came up in the discussions east room news conference with his president trump trump did make clear when he expects from kim jong un's regime before he meets with the north korean dictator i wanna see de nuclearization of north korea a lot of concessions have already been made we have made no concessions the north may want to keep what it already has developed a possible serious sticking point as well the iran nuclear deal macron is trying to save from a us withdrawal he said through an interpreter i do not know what to present trumpworld this phone as hayes responsibility new american leader has a couple of weeks to decide whether to take the us out of the deal should have never ever been made these expressed openness to some changes bob costantini the white house the president has suggested to dr ronnie jackson his nominee to be the next secretary of veterans affairs that it may not be worth it for his nomination to continue capitol hill correspondent manu raju explains how allegations of drunkenness and on the job and over prescribing prescription drugs against dr jackson came about stemming from to whistleblowers who have come and told this information to the senate veteran's affairs committee and the these whistleblowers include at least one person who is current associate doctor jackson's and another person who was a former associate of dr jackson on capitol hill democratic senator tom udall says the white house doctor ronnie jackson nomination in doubt recipients of the.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Administration's preferred phrase of the indo pacific region is also complaining about those steel tariffs to the trump administration has slapped on japan and trump himself made clear those tariffs while supposedly imposed for national security reasons or really just bargaining chip that he would be willing to drop if he could get a trade deal with japan scott there's been so much news lately about the investigation by special counsel robert muller did that come up at the news conference with president trump today the president was asked about that and whether he has decided it's just too politically risky to fire the special counsel or his justice department boss rod rosenstein trump didn't really answer that question directly instead he offered his usual defense that there was no collusion between his campaign and russia that the probe is a hoax he once again insisted no one's been tougher on russia than he has although he did not explain the administration's apparent backtracking in recent days on another round of russia's sanctions as npr's scott horsely speaking with us from west palm beach florida thank you scott good to be with you are president trump says mike pompeo would be one of the best secretaries of state but pompeo's nomination is hitting speed bumps in the senate he does not appear to have the votes in the foreign relations committee troubling sign even though republican leaders say they'll still let the full senate vote on pompeo let's hear now from one of those senators who oppose pompeo's confirmation new mexico senator tom udall he's a democrat on the senate foreign relations committee and he joins us from the capital thank you for being with us.

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Here are some of the threats made against EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt

Scott Stiegler

02:17 min | 3 years ago

Here are some of the threats made against EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt

"News station i'm larry molin break attorney general jeff sessions was in las cruces today to discuss border issues sessions spoke with sheriffs from departments near the border and called the situation at the border a crisis great nation cannot allow this lawless disgrace continue sheriff in israel know it's happening you know the nation deserves back sessions visit comes amid the deployment of national guard troops from texas new mexico and arizona to the border to help with immigration enforcement i'm clayton neville new mexico senator tom udall and other democrats are calling for the resignation of epa chief scott pruitt at a news conference today udall said pruitt has been responsible for ethical lapses and questionable spending i believe it's time for his imperial tenure in i will be introducing a sense of the senate resolution that he should resign or be removed for the good of the american people udal says pruitt has misused taxpayer dollars and let polluters off the hook house speaker paul ryan says after this year is over he's done with politics and they won't run for another term speaking on cnn ryan put aside speculation that he might run for president in the future i'm not going to run for president you know that's not my plan i'm not going to do that i really want to spend time doing the things that i just discussed doing i'm always going to advocate for the causes behalf but right now the last thing i'm thinking about is running for something the albuquerque bio park zoo has lost one of its male elephants but it's only a change in location samson a nineteen year old asian elephant is now at the oregon zoo in portland recognized worldwide for its asian elephant program the albuquerque bio bio park still has one asian elephant bull albert who samson's half brother samson was born in may of nineteen ninety eight and ontario canada and moved to the bio park zoo in two thousand and three eighty two degrees in albuquerque our next news update at five i'm larry mullen brinker ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b will take a few more calls on millennials and why they live in new mexico and why they don't and why new mexico is such a bad place for millennials to live at least according to a wallet hub survey back in one minute finding a good.

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"senator tom udall" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"senator tom udall" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"He went to jared ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio time five eleven president trump yesterday fire checks are your state rex tillerson replacing him with cia director mike pompeo mexico senator tom udall says he respects pompeo service but is not confront can confronted comforted rather that trump says the two share a similar thought process you voted against pompeo's nomination to head the cia because he defended torture spying programs and other tactics violate human rights you don't also says he has concerned about geeta hospital to replace pompeii with the cia he's as hassel who's been deputy director will have to answer for overseeing torture programs that are now banned los alamos national laboratories turning seventy five it all began in nineteen forty three as part of the top secret manhattan project to develop the first atomic bomb during world war two as a mcclanahan director of the los alamos historical society says the lamp has been more than an economic engine for new mexico it's an international community with so many finalists from all over the world that have come in it's a community that cares very deeply about the nation and has since its inception mcclanahan says manhattan project brought about the first merger of big government and big science and without that agencies like nasa would likely never have been possible spending by the regional coalition of atlanta communities will be scrutinized by state auditor wayne johnson that follows reports at the coalition's executive director use public money for alcohol and baseball tickets during a trip to washington the coalition is a group of municipality surrounding los alamos national lab the joe johnson says there are enough concerns.

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