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Biden Pressured to Restore Boundaries of National Monuments in Utah
"Confirmed interior secretary Deb Holland is traveling to Utah shall meet with tribes and elected leaders, and the focus is on the future of the Bears, Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante national monuments. Former President Donald Trump dramatically slashed protections for these monuments. President Biden issued an executive order to review that move and his administration is under pressure to restore their boundaries. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. Former congresswoman from New Mexico. Deb Holland is the nation's first indigenous interior secretary. And in the four Corners region, there's a lot of anticipation among tribes about her official visit to the Bears Ears National Monument. When President Obama designated it giving it enhanced federal land protections. He cited its cultural significance. Land is rich with cliff dwellings, pictographs as well, A sacred camping and burial grounds. This is our chapel. This is our place of worship. Had Gonzalez Rogers runs the Bears ears inter tribal coalition representing five sovereign tribes. Ah, Holland alone doesn't have the authority to restore the monument's original boundaries. But he sees her visit as symbolic in FAC in the first kind of the world. I think it's less than 30 days of Secretary Holland on being in office, she has had more engagement more action than the previous 1300 days. When former president Trump downsized bears ears by 85% and cut the nearby Grand Staircase Escalante and nearly half tribe sued that court battle is on hold after President Biden's latest executive order calling for another review. Utah Republicans, including Governor Spencer Cox, are pressuring the administration to put a bill through Congress. Can we give on some issues? Can they give on some issues? Can we Can we come to a peaceful resolution of this? So we're not fighting this battle every year for 20 years, 25 years IN 1996, President Clinton designated the Grand Staircase Monument without consulting Utah leaders summer still fuming about what they saw as a loss and ranching and mining opportunities.
"spencer cox" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Spencer Cox has not said whether he'll sign the bill. If so, the measure would not take a fact until at least five other states enact similar laws. Critics call the Utah measure and intrusion of spree speech. Supporters insist that it's a way to help parents keep explicit content away from kids who increasingly have their own devices. Philippines's reimposing a nightly curfew in the capital region of Manila amid a surge of new covert 19 cases. As NPR's Julie McCarthy reports Philippine authorities fear that the number of daily infections could quadruple by mid April, The Philippines is clocking some 4 to 5000 New Corona virus infections a day, the highest number in seven months. Researchers at the University of the Philippines warned that could rise to 8000 cases a day by the end of March and up to 18 daily infections by mid April. Manila Hospitals Report I C u wards filled to Capacity, Scientists say The highly infectious variants, first identified in the UK in South Africa, are contributing to the worrying rise, but Philippine authorities say dining out And gathering in large groups are the bigger drivers and have reinstated a curfew in Manila Experts say the key is ramped up vaccinations. Julie McCarthy NPR news On Wall Street stocks closed mixed with the Dow Jones industrials falling 127 points. US. Futures are lower markets across Asia are higher. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Eric and Wendy Schmidt through the Schmidt Family Foundation, working together to create a just world where all people have access to renewable energy, clean air and water and healthy food on the Web at the Schmidt data, Warg Oh, What you believe me. Old heart. It put any answer Time now hear.
Utah legislature approves lifting mask mandate April 10
"Mask. Mandates have already been lifted in Texas and Mississippi in Utah. The mandate will be loosened will be rolling back part of the mask mandate on on April 10th. We will still have a mask mandate for schools and for large gatherings, but the broader mandate will go away on April 10th. Governor Spencer Cox, speaking
"spencer cox" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The nation. Whether you By mail or in person. Your vote determines the outcome. And then we commit to a peaceful transfer of power. It is the very foundation of our country and we ask that you stand with us about that little civility in politics. We need more of that. Only it'll never catch, unfortunately not. But in the meantime, Array for AH, Democrat Chris Peterson, his Republican opponent, Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox, running in Utah for the Office of Governor. Standby. Vaughn used. I didn't hear this until this morning, Spencer Davis. And leader of the Spencer Davis Group, who produced quite a few hits, including This one has passed away at the age of 81. Just listen to a little bit of this. Now tell you some factoids he may not have known about the Spencer Davis group. Who's their biggest hit? Did you know that he wasn't singing lead on this or any of his other records? He died of a heart attack in London and Where is it here? This is very interesting, and I didn't. I didn't know this. While the Spencer Davis group performed for decades, its biggest hits, including such frequently covered mid sixties classics is Give me some loving and I'm a man. Our song not by Davis, but by a teenage Steve Winwood. Making the group like the Dave Clark five Jake Kyles band when a several from the era named after a band member.
Interview with Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox About The Coronavirus Situation
"All right let's go to the phone line lieutenant governor Spencer **** is on the phone Spencer **** how are you Sir I am well good morning morning lady hope you all are well so far we're fine yep doing well so let's talk coronavirus shall we let's suppose let's talk about the opening up of the the state it's a it's a calculated risk I suppose to go from orange to yellow and now I believe the only orange places laughter they Salt Lake City and magna and West Valley are they still in orange Spencer and a partition one county correct now so it's kind of a calculated risk going to the yellow phase how were how were you and the Utah department of health and the coronavirus task force monitoring all of we we have a we have a dashboard that updates every day were tied in with that with all the hospitals across the state and and we do we do watch it very closely see what to see which direction we're going Sir so there's two pieces for that one is of course directional are you moving up and up or down and into is the overall the the overall pressure that's being put on the on the system seven yeah what what is the best availability what it yeah I see you have a ability and to you you have to watch both of those you can't take either of them kind of in a in a vacuum the the good news is that our our resource availability is still extremely high as as high as any any weed out there we've got a very very good job of the not overwhelming our health care system we've been able to to bring in the supplies that we didn't have in March so that we are well well prepared if there is a spike of some sort or a surge in in case through them and hospitalization that and by the way that hospitalization is the more important piece in the case yeah right who's getting inspected and how it's impacting them it is a critical piece of this and so ads were re opening we were really also focusing and this was the update to the plan that came out last week he's a real emphasis on those that are at higher risk and how we protect them so we know that half or death in the state of calm in our long term care facilities into doing more to protect them of course anyone over the age of sixty five and then a real focus on our multicultural communities as well we we Filipino community they make up fifteen percent of the state but thirty percent of the hospitalizations that so we've got to focus more there are to protect people from up from this virus so we had a Memorial Day holiday and people feeling cooped up feeling anxious started socializing hands and socializing pretty close together in a lot of I'm sure you've seen the pictures of of people recreation at a pool I think it was in Utah county band and people at at parks and people were streaming to the canyons and hiking and and generally not observing social distancing very well can you comment comment on that and is there any way to control that sure sure I can comment and we you know that you guys said this before but the virus doesn't care how bored we are cooped up we are it is just looking for hosts to replicate and we're we're cautiously hopeful and V. experts we talked to there's so much we don't know about this virus we there there is some belief down some evidence of their innocence even Ali to what we do know that being outside is always better than being inside so if you're going to be close to people much better to be closer outside the main thing so so those are those are things we know but but we're still obviously very concerned if again especially about those in the high risk category and then people who might spread it to them a symptomatically and so we really we we just want to urge people to prevent backsliding we we really do need people to be careful to to maintain social difference wherever possible how to wear masks as matches as much as possible in public all of these things are going to allow us to have more normal in our lives than than last I mean it's the very thing said that though that we're doing that will will prevent us from having a normal fee that was that we wanted to just really strongly encourage people to to continue to be vigilant and make a note the social differences we're talking to the lieutenant governor of Utah Spencer **** so so what happens if in a week or two weeks from now went up people did get out and do a lot of socializing we start seeing some significant spikes how do you how difficult will that be to turn to turn things back down once it's at once people are out and socializing it seems like almost there be no stopping them can we do that well well certainly it's something that we're we're gonna have to watch very closely and that the whole purpose of what we built up to now is is this idea that we can be more surgical smoke we do see hot spots or outbreak we can actually go and attack those areas and and do it you know and and we can we can we have mobile testing now we we we have the ability to trace and and contact tracing with people who have been infected to work both forward and backward to figure out where they got it from and who who they have been in contact with and get those people quarantine and and certainly again the media messages are very helpful with it it's really interesting in retrospect if you go back and look at the data about social distancing and not social distancing he had less to do with government mandates and more to do with that kind of media coverage of the the virus and people making their own decision as to what we're really hopeful if that if that were protecting against those people who are the most vulnerable because we learn so much more about this disease now and who is who it impacts that the most and and that we're allowed to have but you again more normalcy while still protecting people and and and having the best of both worlds but that that that's a tricky line to navigate and and that everybody's doing the best they can right now Gina I have a question so I live in I live in an orange lemon salt lake city and I've heard from several people that their kids who were on soccer teams are baseball teams or things like that the reside in Salt Lake City those teams have started practicing in areas where where it's been relaxed a little bit they're going to bed on a full or going out to devote to Jordan's and practicing that like well they're they're looser out there so we can have a better practice out there if you can have them arrested is there a danger in people that live in an orange area going in behaving that way in a yellow area shouldn't shouldn't we if we live in Salt Lake City are are soccer players are in Salt Lake City you have to observe those rules there you can't go somewhere else and do that yeah there there's certainly a danger in that and again that the whole purpose of having a bit more localized system is two ways to be vigilant in areas where we do have outbreaks will reduce the higher rates of of incident and that is that there's two teams he said that one of course it is a physical piece for the other one is just that the kind of mental awareness piece that we we do need to be more vigilant we do need to be more careful and so that that is concerning we have left it up to the local health department a course they're the only ones that actually have the authority anyway Q. what to enforce those that those regulations and to to be in touch with people I'm still a lot of debate right now and a lot of fine being done on on children as doctors and and their ability to spread it to others and and so we're we're learning more about about that and if it is that you couldn't get your concern as was originally thought or not hopefully you know over the next few weeks will have even better information and we'll have better information about how it's spreading in Utah we do have the the surveillance what we'll call surveillance testing it it's basically randomized testing that's going on over ten thousand Utahns and we should start getting data back on that in the next week or two and so we're really anxious to see who had it already and where it's spreading right now and that will help us make even better decisions at the local level I things are really serious down on the and down on the Navajo in data nation and that doesn't count as part of our statistics it's a separate thing what is the is be part of the reservation is in Utah are we doing something to help the them yeah I checked we were doing more than than the other states and it's been a little bit of a source of contention but I mean in a positive way for us we we were we were the first to send out mobile units I'm down there to lead to increased testing capacity and and to help to help that did that the nation we've been working very closely with president knows who used to be that the vice the vice president of the Navajo Nation and my counterpart we have a long standing relationship we've also been sending our our National Guard resources we've got a we've been sending food and resources as well I'm a huge project here in the state that we're we're really proud of the farmers of Utah there's a there's a donation people can make and that they can donate money to the farmers to buy food from the farmers were struggling and deliver that food to the Navajo Nation just last week we took truckloads of of of land which is really important to that to the nation we're sending sheep down there as well and it's been a really really positive a relationship with the Navajo Nation Spencer **** always nice to hear from you keep us safe and healthy and the best to your family babby and your kids are doing well and we'll talk to you again soon thank you thanks guys keep up the good work
"spencer cox" Discussed on X96
"See the usual gang of misfits and dope. Addicts are here. Today. Oh, I can hear myself back the button that needs to be push button. Right. When we start so. Was snow patrol. That was good. And and that's Courtney Cox is husband, Mr Cox. And I was I was surprised Carlin. Didn't know that a lot of people don't know that Courtney Cox is our Lieutenant governor sister. Spencer Cox assist. So her full name because she's married to snow patrol her. Full name is Courtney Cox patrol. Yes. Yeah. Okay. Little name snow at the road home. And I'm already I already have a gripe of beef don't have with well. So I'm not going to say who said this. But as I was. I was listening. Well. The people who. Who are the people? We are working for today. The people we are raising money for people. The people who need shelter. The people who are in need the people who are finding it who find themselves without a home who find themselves without the basic necessities of life shelter, warm clothing, a place to stay when it's cold a place to be. Just they have children they have families. Some of them are alone. Some of them have dependencies on on substances, and that's part of the problem. But but many of them. No, they they they as many of them are working people. But I heard somebody say. We're we're we're raising money for people for who've who've gotten themselves into these situations who've gotten themselves into the situation. That's a terrible way to put it who've gotten themselves into this situation. That's. Oh, they have done it to themselves stuff happen. It's it could happen. That is not it who. Say they have solved they have found themselves into this situation. Maybe some of them willfully did it, but maybe they made mistakes. Maybe they did but many people through no fault of their own find themselves in these situations. Takes a couple of unfortunate things happening at around the same time, you lose your job and someone in your family has a medical problem. Those two things happening at once. That's all it would take your car breaks down. So you can't get to work, and they need our money to fix your car. It's just so subtle things though. I hear this guy say, yeah, these people have gotten themselves into this situation. It's up to go. No, no, no, don't say that don't say that say, we're here to help people who for whatever reason have found find who have found themselves in this situation. I don't care. It doesn't matter. Why they are. They're cold and hungry themselves into this situation. And here we are the big heroes. And a lot of them are little kids. Okay. They didn't get themselves into any. Now. A lot of them are little kids. I just read something. And you know, you bring up the kids that makes things difficult for the parents too. Because if you talk about the things, I mentioned, maybe you lose your job. Maybe there's a medical problem. Maybe your car breaks down. But childcare is a huge problem. You can't find someone to watch your kids. So you can't go to it's, you know, it's a subtle thing. Judgment. It's a judgement. He was making. Judgment, and it's a subtle. It's a subtle thing. And he didn't even think about it. He was making a judgment, and and and people subtly received that and go. Yeah, I think you should go in during the just punch him in the snoring during the commercial break. I will hold his arms back and you can punch him. I know who you're talk-. Why don't you punch him? With your words. I probably ought to just go back and say, you probably don't realize what you said, that's probably what you should say. You don't realize what you said. But he comes across and people people don't even think about what you said. But it's it's a subtle thing that they take in. And they think people they get themselves situation. You're right. Don't say.
John Lennon killer Mark David Chapman shown in eerie new mug shot ahead of 10th parole attempt
"LA, successor archbishop Jose, Gomez, barred Mahoney from any public duties. Lens it is interesting that the diocese of Salt Lake would invite him in the first. Place My guess is they didn't do a lot of research yeah into Father Mahoney is or was. The Catholic diocese of Salt Lake however has, done something,
"spencer cox" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"The first line of their political victories they were enablers of donald trump has a lifelong republican i mean my first vote was in nineteen eighty corroborate i think it's a mistake to view republicans that way they are much more transactional than democrats democrats think more about how to be perceived in the history books and truthfully it's one reason that i was always more attracted to the republicans young men than the democrats i was more interested in party that just wanted to actually govern than you know eventually read about itself that's coming back with a vengeance i think i don't i don't really think mitch mcconnell you know the the leader of the republican senate i don't think he cares about the history books i think he cares about what he's getting done right now i think that's always been a difference between the parties is that the republicans are less self referential in in that sense than the democrats are did you get the sense though that something shifted slightly in the laws few days if i think in terms of the statements by leeann longserving republican strategist steve schmidt who announced he was leaving the party the lieutenant governor of utah spencer cox who wasn't leaving the party but might some fairly on ambiguous statements of discuss and in a sort of moment beyond self parody in the last hour so the news co and has resigned on principle as our in deputy finance or any or any of those significant do you think michael cohen standing on principle beneath comments but yeah i do think something changed because you know whether we're republicans or democrats we're all parents most of us are parents and you know this this was a naked attempt i think for the administration to use children as far getting chips you know it's one thing to hold the hard line on immigrants or gay rights or all the.
"spencer cox" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"I think it's a mistake to view republicans that way they're they are much more transactional than democrats democrats think more about how they're going to be preserved perceived in the history books and truthfully it's one reason that i was always more attracted to the republicans is young men than the democrats are more interested in party that just wanted to actually govern than you know eventually read about itself that's coming back with a vengeance i think i don't know i don't really think mitch mcconnell the leader of the senate republican senate i don't think he cares about the history puts i think he cares about what he's getting done right now and so i just don't think that's always been a difference between the parties is that the republicans are less self referential in in that sense than the democrats are did you get the sense though that something shifted slightly in the last few days if i think in terms of the statements by the long serving republican strategist steve schmidt who announced he was leaving the party the lieutenant governor of utah spencer cox who wasn't leaving the party but made some fairly unambiguous statements of discuss and in a sort of moment beyond self parody in the last hour so the news michael cohen has resigned on principle as rnc deputy finance chair or any of those are any of those significant do you think michael cohen standing on principle beneath comment but yeah i do think something changed because you know whether we're republicans or democrats meeting we're all parents most of us are parents and you know this this was a naked attempt i think for the administration used children as bargaining chips and yeah that was a you know it's one thing to to hold the hard line on immigrants or gay rights or all of the traditional hot button issues when you have children being clearly used as bargaining chips then i think that that press the nerve and i think that congressional republicans were less worried about their place in the history books than they are worried about their place in congress after twenty in the elections is there a sense that congressional republicans are.
"spencer cox" Discussed on X96
"Seven seven six zero two nine six nine six so last night lieutenant governor spencer cox just saw that here's what he tweeted last night says can't sleep tonight i know i shouldn't tweet but i'm angry and sad hate what we've become my wife wants to go and hold babies and read the lonely scared sad kids i want to punch someone political tribalism is stupid it sucks and it's dangerous and we are all part of the problem then this morning he said and he sold that tweet got re tweeted like three thousand times it's gone national i've i've seen national reports on what he said about it and he says wow i woke up to a lot of people feeling pain and anger love you all i know my party owns this yes police can stop this now yes congress must work together governor herbert tonight we're doing everything we can and i did see that i don't know if you had that coming up in the news there's a governor a bunch of governors sending letters to congress we must lift the hands that hang down reunite and mend broken hearts i love our lieutenant governor because he did he did a whole tweet rant well he didn't say we own it so eight seven seven six zero two nine six nine six you can talk about something nice if you're a happy story silly story question plane yeah take our minds off of this we.
"spencer cox" Discussed on X96
"Yeah she looks great okay whatever lexi that's bad now it's stretched the other way kind of i think oh that's better that works thanks dylan he has an excellent six dot com slash life she does in fact have a killer bikini bought i was gonna talk about my reaction to that and and what it meant to me and how i felt in the storing in my wines no i apparently unable to make an entertaining segment about brooke shields killer bikini this from the next room who is brooke shields they want to know who it doesn't really matter says she's a celebrity it doesn't matter she looks great for fifty two or four whatever she has a nearly one hundred sixty thousand signatures have been gathered from across utah it appears medical marijuana will be on the november ballot for voters to decide the utah patients coalition which has been running the campaign to get the issue before voters told fox thirteen monday it has one hundred and twenty thousand of the signatures verified by county clerks the lieutenant governor's office said monday it has validated one hundred seventeen thousand of those how is that possible that the lieutenant governor office has done that invalidated those i know from following him on twitter that spencer cox is eating peanut butter bacon and saracho hamburgers on top of camelback mountain zona right now right this minute he's on vacation it isn't going to be on the november ballot said dj chance with utah patients coalition medical marijuana in some form the medical marijuana ballot initiative would be significantly more expansive than than what the utah state legislature has wanted treating a bigger list of patients rather than those who are already on death's doorstep it is expansive expansive nature has concerned lawmakers who have preferred to take incremental steps to use cannabis as a medical treatment but you know i i understand the legislature they are very conservative and i understand what they're saying is we we think this is probably what's going to happen in the future we just kind of scared and we wanna go slow and make sure that it's control any k i understand i get that they were shown they were shown reefer madness when they were young.
"spencer cox" Discussed on X96
"I was just curious as to what it was um the house of the these 80s important to note that attorneys for the utah state legislature when they first proposed this piece of legislation uh i believe as i recall cut recall reading they said well it'll be deemed unconstitutional it won't it'll just because you're ky ko it free indian pd that then it's now kinds of specific things exactly sex of the baby for eu can't make it this one specific but the legislature said and i think there was someone in the la i re i think i read this correctly remember this correctly as well said okay maybe it will be found unconstitutional but it's important that we try translation it's not our money or translation they can go back to their constituents and say i would i i spent all your money to try something that i knew would fail and so here i am you're welcome a good person in the utah state legislature lieutenant governor spencer kach a a conversation is finally starting to happen about suicide in utah according to spencer cox is part of the suicide prevention taskforce and recently started talking to his own children about suicide i went home and went right down and had a conversation with my kids and justice morning i had another conversation with my kids said pox he recently posted an article on social media where he conveyed his own struggle as a middle school student with suicidal what's he also tweeted about it on sunday he said middle school happened the first week these strapping young boys grad be in the hall stuffed me in the garbage can i'm sure it was fun for them i mean i had glasses about you know about that time really thick ones they were big round and thicken i was a little nerdy kinda kid and i started feeling may be it would be better if i wasn't hearing o um it's important for him to talk about that for everybody but to tell his kids he was feeling that way i don't know a lot of parents share that with their kids that's helpful i'm guessing that's way did sports weather traffic uh let's see sports brought to you by lucky is auto credit were seventy seven in a job get your car to locations salt lake city and often for program details are to apply online visit lackey's auto credit.
"spencer cox" Discussed on X96
"See ah these were on now governor herbert's twitter feed admits it's lieutenant governor spencer cox measuring for new curtains i fully and governor her resume the picture being a good sport but if you really look at him he's going contain incredible and a lot of pain he has really hurts the hurry and take this picture and they're they're spencer cox at the governor's desk look at this cool mocking i'm incredible pain be shaped bill of course gravitate toward the beehive dare he high shape little box brave gary ralfe gary i got something for the pain but i'm not interested in having dr feel good out there say i kapasa you know here's a your do for the day of the oilfield vetter play a lot of you know dealing research and his sale louis search that's all i'm saying it's going to be it's going to become enough little research so brave gerry anyway i know we wish him well lab jerry herbert he's a he's a nice guy though governor harbour boat boasted about you tawes successes at his annual state of the state address on wednesday he also acknowledged that there need to be some things adjusted in the speech that lasted for about twenty minutes probably would have been about forty minutes but you know the kidneystones herbert can cover dearly everything from education to tax reform through the future planning of utah he noted the state is currently in exceptional condition it's in very good shape economically and said the that the nation will look to utah as an example of success for the future yeah up to women and children he did say he wants to start working hard on reversing utah's suicide problem which is a a very strong public health issue i he also said that wants to update the local tax code and he would like utah to be in salt lake to be.
"spencer cox" Discussed on X96
"He will never back i i don't think this is the sort of person who would be a recidivist how did he start over after that's what i donor here where do you what's your lifelike after that i mean there are totally worth it my truck was better totally worth it you stand by for years and years years glen kanlaon's sister the guy he mowed down told the she's hurled ward that mr powell's righteous words paled in comparison to the impulse he showed all matt deadly night it's been thirty years since any family member of montainous looked into glands eyes it's been a long time she requested that he never be parole just never be for rolled uh he has apologized for his actions and he said he is a change person so uh let's see now uh spencer cox bill why are lieutenant governor spencer cox yet i he saw the tweet from route radio from hell where you're eating and interviewing the governor and spencer cox as i would have asked for a bite if i'd been there yeah he noted yeah i will always you wouldn't have had to have a bike we'd have given you a hole and i offered governor herbert hand pie and he said he he just by sign off today by the way i offered clifford governor herbert and by then again he may not i mean he politely declined it i don't think it's i think he he was being honesty he oh he has already it already eaten uh let's see what a what else do we have here what are the guts of the that's all foil and it's just a it's a weird picture that was posted it's a palestinian man and he's throwing rocks because of the jerusalem president trump mouthing the embassy here and he's throwing rocks at israeli security forces were and he's dressed as santa claus it's real there's so much done pat i always it's so many layers it's very good uh let's see cardinal bernard law has died said there he was horrible he was eighty six years old uh he was he was a.
"spencer cox" Discussed on X96
"It's a lot of fingers or throw again it's not because we're playing roles here at this is how we are and if who we are happens to be more political right now and maybe it is mit maybe a bit because its top of my because there's something new every day to talk that's this show is topical the show we are talking about what everybody is talking about and what everybody's talking about right now happens to be politics island care for it franklin when when the olympics were here in town you know we people were tired of us talking about olympics it was top eggs topical and i do i wish we didn't have as much politics to talk about a yeah i i don't like i wish things settled the heroes who needed now but that's what every day it's another watergate every day the only reason that i like it being a lotta politics observer we'd have to hear about gene soccer stories on i just now we only get a couple of them but if i'm telling if there were no lunatics and would be soccer its authors oc and again here someone calling all babies a you guys are spend more political and you've ever been listened this administration and know that this administration is going to go down in history all right we are living through historical times the trump administration is going to be unlike any scandalridden administration ever experience those of you who supported are on the wrong side of his yes i guarantee mtu in ten years from now one it's looked back upon people you'll go i can't believe any of that happen well yeah your living in it right now and i can't believe it's happening now are still again they're so honest republicans out their insurance course spencer cox now we'll disagree on certain thing area he never supported donald trump yogi he never came out and supported donald trump and and i.
"spencer cox" Discussed on KKAT
"The kurban and hit people that were camping there and then there were actual game gunshot murders die and this was not a safe area to lockin in and the county in the city were stalling they were you know well we're closing that we're closing a shelter in two thousand nineteen so that's the plan it just was too far in advance and it's tough and i and so i applaud the speaker for furs realizing this is a state issue diving into a the gusto the he's famous for and to his credit that he's been a leader because the city sally senior jackie describe skis now on board yeah he brought the players only county mayor bend mccans is them board the governor's office is excited about the lieutenant governor spencer cogs we mentioned earlier segment is kinda his playing personnel for rio grande grant but to me a huge amount of credit goes to greg hughes for for really driving the issue on this because i don't think the nobody else to stepping up right right now he rented a an office a secret location office in the gateway and that was right across the street from an on the homeless area the shelter area and he watched for a few days and he called on key players and then he finally got everyone together in a room and i remember them saying about that you know the meeting that governor herbert hosted they said that they had never been in that kind of an meeting where things were actually accomplish sal it you know it was it was effective got the bright players on board governor herbert appointed spencer cox to lead it out and greg hughes know helped.
"spencer cox" Discussed on KKAT
"The county in the city were stalling they were you know well we're closing that were closing the shelter in two thousand nineteen so that's the plan it just was too far in advance and it's tough and i and so i applaud the speaker for furs realizing this is a state issue diving into the gusto the he's famous for and to his credit he's been a leader because the city is senior jackie describe skis down board yeah he brought the players only county mayor bend mccans is down board the governor's office is excited about the lieutenant governor spencer cogs we mentioned earlier segment is k his point personnel for rio grande grant but to me a a huge amount of credit goes to greg hughes for for really driving the issue on this because i don't think though nobody else to stepping up right right now he ran a at an office a secret location office in the gateway and that was right across the street from at from the homeless area the shelter area and he watched for a few days and he called in key players and then he finally got everyone together in a room and i remember them saying about that you know the meeting that governor herbert hosted they said that they had never been in kind of a meeting where things were actually accomplish sal it you know it was it was effective got the right players on board governor herbert appointed spencer cox to lead it out and greg hughes now helped with the resources and said this is what we can give and this is what we should do we just received word from our producer that due to the ongoing demands of operation rio grande things are popping up every day of course speaker accuses not able to join us this morning on unread me radio but we'll we'll catch him in another time of course he was when the founding fathers of this long with howard stevenson so we know he won't be far from red me radio listeners and fans now the book the operation will again it is not an easy one weekend oneanddone sorta thing it is ongoing it is a tough slog and we're seeing that even this morning when things are popping out that the.
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"But our first ones already on the forestry jump right michelle we should kirsten rapidly she is the new chiefofstaff two tenant governor spencer cox high kirsten hello and welcome to red meat radio son clear tell us a little bit about your background there are so that the quantum i had or fairy within our when appointed as governor nikki require but i have better healthcare at out now i currently her owner hevert kakatrina faith or are bad the tighter are covered can promote not fair but hooper said about a little bit better press secretary a height now will help her off the governorgeneral governor away nearly a media strategy communication strategy carry on then over piped right up it was like it work with are you can eat over coordinating our liam mimicking well look at a lot of fun at the great route busy rocked a long day but when very rwandan with the long days will continue lieutenant governor cogs this is no slouch and he's all over the state i'll over you'll have fun keeping up with him dan okay now you're you're right you have been on the hill six years or so you're you're known as a consummate professional communications champ by some speculation some speculation that that lieutenant governor cogs is really starting to europe is the candidacy for governor and 2020 and one of his key moves is bringing on communications pearl like you is as chief of staff what do you say to that when people throw that asia you know i can appreciate that i thought going around an honest i have even really compared at llanelli really smart sat near kipre on board whatever it added excited pray opera quality and rotunda governor i'm sorry father the article that about rebelling attack you cannot hung out your arnold hour now you jerry to acquiring weather whether or not it and are not or his family and here when he gets back when i'm sure herat will now but i am excited will help them by got natural advocated barrack peril now with its twitter and other but anything i can do to help congress party they'll hand.
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"Ball before he chose recently he's already said now he's going to run for me a wolves soft intent still he could opt to run for governor if he decides to lieutenant governor spencer cox had 11 percent others included the businessman josh raw me no sort of liberal me nine percent and three percent each for house speaker greg use and businessman spence eccles two percent for greg miller former ceo the lure each miller group jazz gary herbert of the current governor who served since two thousand nine has said he does not plan to seek election a c i was gonna ask you i've used i didn't hear that no he's heat so he was a he stepped in to be governor win huntsman laughed and then i think he's woman to yeah is it too i think he's one to got election so wasser that's enough why don't people know and are angry that jason cheif its didn't finish out his term and left does minus of oh well in a voice in the congress let they won't even think about that and level forum forgot let let me let me say this now to be i you know i was being all depressed about that but this is a pole is this is two years of loses 2020 and this is a pole and people are just picking him because they recognize the name that's it and to quote governor herbert must all be republicans via yeah no build the you say that's just it that's how people vote where people that will just vote in 2020 because they recognize see this is without a campaign this year one this is without a campaign now now c i was standing outraged like you are sounding outraged earlier to be funny about it this is without a campaign this was without somebody like spencer cox roaming against him who were abed mc adams saying remember what happened remember what he did remember remember remember spencer kach say he's the one who supported trump not me uh remember remember remember so this is very so preliminary well and and steffi points out just as well since cheif its can't look his daughters in the eyes after supporting trump he's got to find a way to get out of the house threaten that's exactly it and and you know it's again this is.
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"Go down in history all right we are living through his store michael times the trump administration is willing to be unlike any scandalridden administration you've ever experienced those of you who supported now on the wrong side considering yes i guarantee mtu in ten years from now one and slipped back upon people who go i can't believe any that happen well yeah you're living in it right now and i can't believe it's happening now so that you know there are still the nc again they're so honest republicans out their insurance course spencer cox now we'll disagree on certain things here but he never supported donald trump he never came out and supported donald trump and and i applaud him for that because he knows that he's a moral wished way you see and and the smart thing for us to do would be to shut up about and there are other radio shows who have taken their their we can yeltin's suggestions and you won't hear a mentioned exactly i've talked to several morning shows who said we just don't do politics anymore and i'm like how how do you not not it's like the biggest thing happening in the nation light his moral we're real people and talk about what real people are i just got a message from the front office those again i've told you guys stop talking about this so friday morning part song damp dr arnn holding it in your molding the farc saw all saw the whole thing it is you know when when nazis are referred to as good people i don't you know they're good people on both sides i don't you know the nazis in those other guys i don't there you go sure on question of thank you i i'm thrilled with the traffic so dr gez it's not bad except for let's see we at this from a friend of the program via text california avenue to the 215 entrance the train tracks crossing warnings are stuck down no train lots of vaca.
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"On twitter and said that tenors problem as he doesn't have premature pattern balding like spencer cox does that helps he says to to be a young man running for higher office in utah so anyway so that's kind of fund that we've had spencer cox win so we still have john dougal on the phone and welcome back auditor do though let lo let's record i'd like to congratulate adam i tried to give her make it more have you ever i got a picture he literally texted a picture moments after buds you have to call in yet get many have called us your shells and so i had called and we got out hall yet to call it on the forty nine hundred lined by insider citing disqualify as well you can only when one a year i think everyone and every six months so john we talked in the first hour with you extensively about the our schools now initiative let's transition to some other big news this week what tell us what is the mountain accord and what happened this week what change this week with that so odd thing the mapping accord were raided back in 2013 big group of cairo and the pike caught like heyday handy got what i felt like out a utah and upa coming together to form that if you will study group looking at things like our water environmental issues recreation opportunity and transportation systems the typically dealing with uh the kenyan baron fired a but like our arm bae then what to who were they added our from private ever other folks like that uh uh some are i got really in april may timeframe going through july i can became aware of the mouth and a quarter and so we require them start disclosing their financial operation on the financial current rp website the state after that we were asked a question about whether we thought they were subject to be open and public moving back and while we got an audit of am wicket from our perspective there public body subject to optima echo was nice to see uh we could go yesterday are judge ruled out a lawsuit that you were probably the body and yet they are subject muster would like to.