23 Burst results for "State Of Affairs"

"state affairs" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:22 min | Last week

"state affairs" Discussed on KTRH

"6 10. That's about a 12 minute drive you're doing Okay on Julie Hardy and the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 Hour traffic Center from our ktrh Top Tax Defenders 24 Hour Weather center some showers this morning. Scheduling afternoon thunderstorm possible today with a high temperature right about 71. We're gonna have a fairly wet period here between now and the end of Sunday, not constant rain, so you'll be able to get some things done. But it's not gonna be real Sunny and nice. We'll get the full details with Terry Smith of the Weather Channel in nine minutes right now, 67. At your officials. Severe weather station news radio 7 40 Ktrh. It's time now for the news here, Sheriff Friar 601 on NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh is news is sponsored by Houston Siding Company The top story this hour. Texas State lawmakers are opening hearings today about the power outages. Blamed for now. 80 deaths, at least during hours are locked Our winter ice Storm. Beaumont, Democrat Joe Desh Hotel sits on the House State Affairs Committee. Yes, the proles. Nothing works when his Rosa but their issues as far as why Galveston County went out without power for almost five days and other areas on the same system never lost power. Yeah, selective. Blackouts that weren't rolling Desh Hotel said Those decisions were made by CenterPoint Encore and other providers will transmitters as expected. After a board meeting yesterday, six ERCOT board members resigned. Because of what happened. The governor promises to take action to prevent future power grid failure. Million's. We went days without heat. And or electricity. Governor Greg Abbott says he, like many Texans, is angry. During a statewide address Wednesday evening, Abbott said the Electric Reliability Council of Texas or ERCOT didn't do its job before the storm. We now know that power generators of all sources were not prepared for this severe winter weather. Today, ERCOT members will have to answer to the Texas Legislature during a hearing in Austin. Many lawmakers like the governor or placing the blame squarely at their feet. So far, six ERCOT board members have resigned. Abbott says all kinds of energy failed, so the state needs to make sure it doesn't happen again. I have made it a legislative party to mandate and to fund the winterization and stabilization.

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Fresh update on "state affairs" discussed on Rick Roberts

Rick Roberts

00:44 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "state affairs" discussed on Rick Roberts

"Absolutely, but I guess my question would have to be this Is there public debate going on? So I would say no, of course, because cancel culture. You know it is all around us. And so when the governor comes out, and he says that he is going to take on big tech, I mean, I will tell you I really, really love what he's saying. Big Tex efforts to solid conservative viewpoints is un American untech sin. And it is unacceptable and pretty soon it's going to be against the law in the state of Texas. So how do you do this? He's got Senate Bill 12, and it would prohibit social media companies, including the Big Three. Facebook, Twitter and YouTube from blocking, banning de monetizing or otherwise discriminating against the user based on their viewpoint, their location within Texas. But I guess I'm just trying to figure out how do you do that? Here's more of what they said The governor Abbott. This is from Texas Tribune. He was joined by State Senator Bryan Hughes Republican who is sponsoring the measure. New chairs the powerful Senate State Affairs Committee. He said the bill would give Texans the right to restore their accounts when they are mistreated. Ever by the way, try to get ahold of Facebook when you've been shadow band. It is like.

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"state affairs" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

"state affairs" Discussed on KNSS

"Which Utah's nationally recognized Marconi awarded radio show This is Steven Ted on 98 7 and 13 30 K. NSS. Good morning Chief Acting Judge Ted Woodward. 6 30 here on a Thursday morning 12 degrees President Biden visited the Pentagon for the first time as commander in chief Wednesday to discuss foreign policy boxes. Peter Doocy reports, the new president is laying out a new foreign policy and just before motorcade into the Pentagon, president Biden showed the kind of power he wants to use while addressing the military coup in Burma, following a lengthy meeting with military officials about what the U S can do. The president appeared. Give a shout out to the space force. But at home covert 19 concerns remain issue Number one as the White House warns parents a majority of students back to school within 100 days might just mean one day a week. The president is convening a new task force to possibly confront China and in a brief exchange with Fox News, the president didn't rule out a retroactive punishment. President is not calling China a threat but a challenge. Committee in the Kansas House of Representatives. Advancing a bill to expand to the state's recognition of other states concealed carry permits. Republican Attorney General Derek Schmidt says the bill would help Kansas maintain agreements with other states, which would help Kansans carry concealed firearms elsewhere. Bill is drawing pushback from Democrats and gun control groups. Worrying that the bill would allow people from states with looser gun laws to carry concealed weapons in Kansas. House Federal and State Affairs Committee voted to advance the bill to the full House for a vote. Ah, former administrator of the University of Kansas Medical Center, has pleaded guilty in an embezzlement case. Michael Layla's pleaded guilty to federal charges of bank fraud and filing a false tax return related to a scheme to embezzle money from the University of Kansas Medical Center..

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"state affairs" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:05 min | Last month

"state affairs" Discussed on KNSS

"Proposed anti abortion amendment to the Kansas Constitution, insisting that it should go on the state's August 2022 primary ballot. That prompted criticism from abortion rights supporters that say the measures backers fear failure if the statewide vote is held in a different election. The House Federal and State Affairs Committee approved the measure. After rejecting a proposed change to put it on the ballot in the November 2022 general election. The measure now goes to the house. Your forecast is coming up, but first check of headlines from Fox News. Pushing for a delay. I'm Lisa Let Sarah Fox News Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is asking that an impeachment trial of former President Trump he put off until next month. That would allow the Senate to conduct other business like confirming President Biden's nominees over the next couple weeks, But House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy wants it to be dropped on together. Remember in a speech yesterday for those who did not vote for him, give him a chance. Well, I think the best chance he'd have right now to say Let's not do impeachment. Let's dismiss this less unite this nation, speaker Nancy Pelosi says Just because Donald Trump is no longer in the White House. That doesn't mean it's okay for president. Do whatever you want in the last months of your administration. You're going to get a get out of jail card free. Because because people think we should make nice nice if majority leader Schumer gives the okay. A Senate trial would likely begin in the middle of February. On his first full day in office. President Biden has signed several more executive orders focusing on the response to the pandemic directed the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA. Start standing up the first federally supported community vaccination centers with the goal of standing up 100 centers within the next month. President said his coronavirus plan includes a strategy, open schools and businesses safely. Ah, federal judges ruled against Social Media APP parlor and it's been to be reinstated by Amazon Web services. But the judge said she wasn't ruling against what she called The substantive underlying claims against Amazon, but said it fell short and demonstrating the need for an injunction forcing it back online. Amazon kick Parle off its Web hosting service last week in court filings that said the suspension was just a last resort to block it from harboring violent plans to disrupt the presidential transition. America is listening. The Fox News try whether in the forecast right through late day Saturday, cooler air returning Clear for this evening and as the night goes on or overnight, low it 30 abundant sunshine for Friday. The high 45 increasing clouds Friday night a low back to 30. We're stuck with the clouds on Saturday, the high 45 slight chance for rain Saturday night into Sunday. I'm taking at Asa's meteorologist Jennifer near a more. Here's what you missed. If you missed Armstrong and Cuddy's some boys big on, you know if I was a trillionaire choices about multi trillion Yes. One trillion won't do is point out. So.

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South Korea maintains Kim Jong Un health rumors are untrue

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

South Korea maintains Kim Jong Un health rumors are untrue

"The minister though did not reveal what specific intelligence led to that conclusion stressing that it had undergone a complex analysis the comments appear to be a reiteration of earning a south Korean statements that Kim Jong moon appear to be handling state affairs normally and that no unusual activities have been detected in North Korea those comments though failed to dispel rumors about Kim we should be fed by the silence of north Korea's state media about their leader's whereabouts I'm Charles the Ledesma

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"state affairs" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"state affairs" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Of auto group tells CBS Austin they had a site in south Austin where the thieves got away with ten thousand dollars worth of wood that entered our job site and had some universal keys and they were able to use those keys to operate our equipment with Austin another company says it lost seventy five thousand and materials when they were hit four times in late December second amendment laws here in Texas will be under the microscope at the state capitol today I am proud to expand the rights of gun owners in the state of Texas back in twenty fifteen governor Abbott signed open carry gun legislation after a partisan debate in the state legislature Texas is only one of six states that do not allow open carry of handguns this bill is going to be a huge drain on police resources now five years later the Senate state affairs committee will discuss the impact of gun laws like this and campus Kerry ways they can further enhance Texans second amendment rights at the capitol Chris fox news radio que L. B. J. early estimates show was sixteen million dollar budget deficit for next year for the Austin public schools continental Connelly Johnson says revenue losses from charter schools are a big challenge fifteen thousand students that were losing to charters obviously affects our ability to capitalize the market and revenue she says A. I. S. D. we'll have to dip into that reserve fund in the next budget six thirty three LBJ here's Austin's on time traffic with done prior well we don't have any issues out there really in the way of a wrecker stall just heavy stuff you're right now and sap M. thirty five you're pretty heavy down from fourteen thirty one down to seventy nine you've got your usual delays in place elsewhere actually does look like a new records just popped up on southbound thirty five approaching Yeager so look out for that just part of that in usual delays building elsewhere don prior with Austin's on time traffic also the windy and cool day today with a high fifty five winds up to twenty five miles per hour tonight it will remain clear and it will be very cold tonight with a low twenty seven winds light and variable from the weather center I'm Kevin Snyder this segment brought to you by Crestview RV the great outdoors in New Orleans.

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"state affairs" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:04 min | 1 year ago

"state affairs" Discussed on AP News

"North Korea's supreme decision making body has lashed out at planned US south Korean military drills and warns that the U. S. will face the biggest threat and harsh suffering if it ignores north Korean leader Kim young ones and of your deadline to solve which nuclear talks I'm sorry I Shockley the north state affairs commission says that the drills would violate agreements between Kim and president Donald Trump on improving bilateral relations and compel North Korea to raise its war readiness the statement is north Korea's latest expression of displeasure over the military drills and slow pace of New Canaan goshi shins with Washington the talks have stalled over disagreements on disarmament steps and sanctions relieve

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North Korea issues warning over US-South Korea drills

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea issues warning over US-South Korea drills

"North Korea's supreme decision making body has lashed out at planned US south Korean military drills and warns that the U. S. will face the biggest threat and harsh suffering if it ignores north Korean leader Kim young ones and of your deadline to solve which nuclear talks I'm sorry I Shockley the north state affairs commission says that the drills would violate agreements between Kim and president Donald Trump on improving bilateral relations and compel North Korea to raise its war readiness the statement is north Korea's latest expression of displeasure over the military drills and slow pace of New Canaan goshi shins with Washington the talks have stalled over disagreements on disarmament steps and sanctions

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"state affairs" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"What happens if they don't pay that two hundred and fifty dollar fine. Can it turned into a warrant for their arrest? Yes. Absolutely. You know, we're going to enforce the law much as it is today. But the penalties are changing this would institute, no arrests no jail time and no criminal record. There is a two hundred and fifty dollar fine. If you don't show up and to address the issue a warrant will be issued for your arrest, if you refuse to pay that contempt of court, so there are mechanisms to enforce this. But the final penalty would be fine rather than jail time and a dangerous criminal records. That follows a person for life. I got a text message here. He wants you to respond to this. Text message at five one two eight three six zero five. The texter says that you're promoting people driving around town high. And I know you don't promote that whatsoever. Nobody wants anybody driving around town on drugs are on booze or anything that may slow them down. You know what I mean? Right. Absolutely. I mean, it's absurd actually to divert a meaningful conversation in that kind of way driving under the influence is illegal now and will remain illegal under this law is passed a worth in favor of responsible adults not being criminalised for this substance. But dangerous behavior would continue to be criminalized as it should be. So what happens next with house Bill, sixty three? Well, we're looking forward to continue to grow of the co author lists. I we see some bipartisan support in fact just last night, the chairman of the state affairs committee. The chairman of the corrections committee signed on to this Bill champion by Representative Joe moody, a former prosecutor himself, we're looking forward to more co author signing on as they hear from their constituents and then moving forward with a vote from the criminal jurisprudence committee to advance this legislation to the full floor of the house of representatives for debate amongst legislators and a vote moving over to the Senate, Heather thank you so much for joining us here on the Totta, Don show, really appreciate it. Thank you for the opportunity. Have a great day everyone. Thank you very much Heather fuzzy oh from Texans for responsible marijuana policy. You're listening to the best of Todd and Don on NewsRadio KLBJ. You're listening to the best of the Todd Don show. We're live at five thirty on NewsRadio LBJ. Partly sunny and chilly today, though, not as cold as yesterday, high fifty five some clouds tonight. Not nearly as.

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"state affairs" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on KOMO

"By land rover jaguar of seattle sites are editor assisted by eric heintz i'm tom hutler following these stories secretary of state mike pompeo says he was involved in discussions late wednesday and early today leading to president trump's decision to pull out of a plan summit with north korean leader kim jong hoon but he would not exactly say which if any other countries were given a heads up on the decision including south korea north korea carried out what it says is the demolition of its nuclear test site in the presence of foreign journalists the demolition happened at the site deep in the mountains of the country's sparsely populated northeast to closing was previously announced by leader kim jong on komo news time nine sixteen as we told you mike pompeo began an appearance before the senate foreign relations committee by reading a letter from the president to north korean leader kim jong un the president asked that i i begin this area today by reading a letter that the state department recently transmitted to chairman kim and north korea letters to chairman kim jong chairman of the state affairs commissioner the democratic people's republic of korea and it reads as follows mr chairman we greatly appreciate your time patients and effort with respect to our recent negotiations and discussions relative to a summit long sought by both parties which was scheduled to take place on june twelfth in singapore we're informed that the meeting was requested by north korea but that is totally irrelevant i was very much looking forward to being there with you sadly based on the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement i feel it is appropriate at this time to have this long planned meeting or inappropriate excuse me i feel it is inappropriate at this time to have this long planned meeting therefore please let us lower serve to represent that the singapore summit for the good of both parties but to the detriment of the world will not take place you talk about your nuclear capabilities but ours are so massive and powerful that i pray to god they will never have to.

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Direct hotline set up for North, South Korea presidents

01:16 min | 3 years ago

Direct hotline set up for North, South Korea presidents

"This morning south korea announced that they have successfully established a new telephone hotline connecting president moon gene with north korea's leader kim jong un this is at least a major symbolic step ahead of a historic summit between these two nations week from today cam is going to cross into south korea for a meeting with president moon this comes at a time when south korea's leader says the north might even be willing to denuclearize let's bring in npr's elise hugh who is in seoul good morning lease the morning let me just ask you about this this hotline i if i mean i'm usually in california hosting this show and rachel and i have this red line in each of the studios in two different cities where we can just pick it up and immediately talked to each other that we're talking about two leaders who could just be connected at any moment when they want to assuming they're both they're right because you don't have to dial numbers since it is a direct connection to pyongyang from seoul and vice versa so the hotline connects the south korean presidential blue house and north korea's state affairs commission which is headed by kim jong un there's already been a test call a few hours ago it lasted for about four minutes between bureaucrats on both sides and ahead of next friday's big summit the two leaders are expected to use that line to do a prep call let's talk about this and we have we have this line.

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"state affairs" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"From one city to an adjacent city or a city to an adjacent county sometimes literally from one side of the street to the other guthrie said the bill does allow local governments to make changes for unique circumstances light snow loads wind and geologic and seismic characteristics idaho state constitutional officers will get pay raises over the next four years under a bill just approved in the senate state affairs committee representative john vander wada of nampa who sponsored house bill six seventy in the house ways and means committee spelled out the bottom line for his senate colleagues except the governor's salary at one hundred thirty eight thousand three hundred and to set the attorney general's salary at one hundred and thirty four lieutenant governor salary at thirty five percent of the governor's salary the constitutional officers at eighty five percent of the governor's salary it would be an overall increase of sixty seven thousand dollars per year if it clears the full senate and governor honor signs it into law it'll go into effect immediately the us army corps of engineers and the bureau of reclamation or increasing flows through town from approximately two hundred forty two seventeen hundred fifty cubic feet per second starting tomorrow the flow the boise river through town will be increased five hundred cubic feet per second each day over the next three days starting wednesday and ending friday the increase in flows is due to the courage snowpack in the basin as well as good reservoir carryover from last season the release will happen to reduce risk of flooding later on in the spring which can happen with rapidly melting snow and seasonal precip currently the boise reservoirs are at about eighty two percent of capacity rick worthington six seventy katya why and in.

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 Dana Loesch: NRA spokeswoman new face of gun rights movement

Idaho's First Morning News

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Dana Loesch: NRA spokeswoman new face of gun rights movement

"Was arrested on suspicion of rape and sexual exploitation of child charges the idaho presstribune reports police received information in february that jaylen notts had allegedly had sexual contact and exchange sexually explicit images as well the victim police adjoured victim safety later found knots march 1st ball responding to an unrelated incident involving a fight it house on north roosevelt street not spin charged with one felony count of rape to felony counts of sexual exploitation the child he was booked in the ada county jail court appearance set for march 16th the nra spokeswoman dana lash says the reactions in the media and the anti gum left in the wake of the parkland florida school shootings have been kneejerk as predictable now she was on nature yesterday she says passing more gun control laws won't do thing to prevent the next school shooting would people who are responsible for people say the are doing their job buying over ran a great for him of hotter number for the prosecutors who came that under puerto vallarta sheriff actually have the authority to go in individual can then under ordered fatchett which would have rendered him upper hit after an prevented all in fact unfortunately what happened to the tragedy of our in the coral springs police department ran towards the sound of gunfire and if irish hair for and work the camera does also pointed to these sutherland spring shooting where the shooter had been convicted of domestic violence while in the air force but the person or persons responsible for letting the fbi no did not do their job low said the answer is treating the mentally ill not taking the way of uh rights from innocent people meanwhile the north idaho woman planned to testify to the house state affairs committee yesterday in favor of the house version of your groun but was told that hearing was cancelled lien anderson of sandpoint wanted to tell a committee how house bill four fortyfour would have kept her husband out of jail after he shot and killed a man who came into their home on thanksgiving night of.

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"state affairs" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Kboi news time is three thirty this year's flu vaccine is doing all borst job of protecting people against the bug that's causing most of this season's illnesses idaho's had its fair share flew deaths this year now the nation's top health officials are still urging people to get flu shots telling you there's still time and shook it is with the cdc and says the flu season may have done its worst already though i know it's been a scary flu season and a heartbreaking one for far too many americans although we can't predict how much longer this season will last we could be looking at several more weeks of intense activity and we will probably continue to here very sad stories about children and adults critically ill or dine now and the rights side the cdc says flew activities down significantly for the second consecutive week but activity could likely continue for several more weeks rick worthington six seventy kboi and much of idaho the only road to get the town or to get away from a forest fire cuts across federal land for representative priscilla giddings of white bird that's a problem she sponsoring house bill six thirty seven to limit the circumstances under which roads across federal land can be closed this man who lives and minds in the clearwater national force says it's a matter of life and death at times wilderness do a lot of people lived in cities but to a lot of us the mayan and do the things that some of us do its own summertime and pliers season so please consider liquids and it's important two republican public safety idaho attorney general lawrence wahsington's office issued an opinion citing potential problems with the bill so the house state affairs committee voter to advance the bill to the amending order that means changes will be made their before goes to the house floor for debate boise state's three seniors chandler hutchison chrissy can felder and lexus williams scored fifty.

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This deadly flu season has peaked, but a late bump could loom

The Savage Nation

02:03 min | 3 years ago

This deadly flu season has peaked, but a late bump could loom

"Kboi news time is three thirty this year's flu vaccine is doing all borst job of protecting people against the bug that's causing most of this season's illnesses idaho's had its fair share flew deaths this year now the nation's top health officials are still urging people to get flu shots telling you there's still time and shook it is with the cdc and says the flu season may have done its worst already though i know it's been a scary flu season and a heartbreaking one for far too many americans although we can't predict how much longer this season will last we could be looking at several more weeks of intense activity and we will probably continue to here very sad stories about children and adults critically ill or dine now and the rights side the cdc says flew activities down significantly for the second consecutive week but activity could likely continue for several more weeks rick worthington six seventy kboi and much of idaho the only road to get the town or to get away from a forest fire cuts across federal land for representative priscilla giddings of white bird that's a problem she sponsoring house bill six thirty seven to limit the circumstances under which roads across federal land can be closed this man who lives and minds in the clearwater national force says it's a matter of life and death at times wilderness do a lot of people lived in cities but to a lot of us the mayan and do the things that some of us do its own summertime and pliers season so please consider liquids and it's important two republican public safety idaho attorney general lawrence wahsington's office issued an opinion citing potential problems with the bill so the house state affairs committee voter to advance the bill to the amending order that means changes will be made their before goes to the house floor for debate boise state's three seniors chandler hutchison chrissy can felder and lexus williams scored fifty.

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"state affairs" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Is brought to you by cap it credit union the idaho legislature has not one but two bills regarding the castle doctrine also known as the stand your ground one is senate bill 13th thirteen if cleared the state senate affairs committee you're the senate state affairs committee yesterday on a 72 vote now senator todd lack eve napa told the committee his version was based on long established case law currently defensive your habitation your property or your person as provided for an existing code this does add that your place of business or employment and and occupied vehicle is also included in those places that you have the right to defend yourself or others cept rose quiz told the committee said it bill 13th teens reliance on their reasonable person tests can and has been used against people defending their homes as was the case in the state versus iverson in 2014 the prosecutor completely ignored his right to stand his ground and the judge and prosecutor both claimed that while the defendant had no duty to retreat a reasonable person would have run away and therefore standard groundless thrown out now the other stand your bill uh strat standard ground bill how spill four forty four is in the house state affairs committee said it bill 13th thirteen is now headed to the full senate for debate will have an update for you here on six seventy kboi later on that meanwhile idaho doesn't score very well when it comes to de wise said several studies of actually put the gem state in the ten worst states for drunk driving arrests two bills in the legislature are attempting to do something about that house spills five fifty one and five 53 both require dui offenders to install ignition interlock devices on their cars so says matthew condie with aaa idaho eight fifty one has a mandatory component if you are convicted whether it be the first time or a repeat offence you would have that ignition airlock device installed for a period of one year again just trying to get that device in as many vehicles as possible the other bill house spill five fifty three is of voluntary diversion program for firsttime offenders in which the drunk driving charge can be removed from the drivers record after they complete the program condie says interlock devices are like breathalysers next to the cars ignition jay howell six seventy kboi well road crews has certainly been busy over.

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"state affairs" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Free post shave balm at checkout with code fourteen fourteen that's harrys com code one four one four to get your free trial set kboi news starts now kboi news time 603 on j howell the idaho legislature has not one but two bills regarding the castle doctrine also known as staging ground laws one is senate bill for thirteen thirteen which cleared the senate state affairs committee on a seven to to vote today senator todd laiki of nampa told the committee vis version was based on long established case law currently defence of your habit tastes in your property or your person is provided for an existing code this does add that your place of business or employment and and akg occupied vehicle is also included in those places that you have the right to defend yourself or others but set throws was told the committee senate bill 13th thirteen's reliance on the reasonable person standard can and has been used against people defending their homes as was the case in the 2014 state versus iverson case prosecutor completely ignored his right to stand his ground and the judge and prosecutor both claimed that while the defendant had no duty to retreat a reasonable person would have run away and therefore standard round was thrown out the other stand your ground bill watt which is how bill four forty four is in the house state affairs committee senate bill thirteen thirteen is headed to the full senate for debate on the kboi market watch closing numbers on wall street big day for the dow up 399 big also for the nasdaq it was up eighty four the sp 500 was.

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"state affairs" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The much anticipated issue of repealing the state's sales tax on groceries it's back on the front burner at the idaho legislature this week the house revenue and taxation committee voted to print a bill by dalton gardens representative veto barbieri which among other things would do away with the grocery tax one of the bones of contention revolved around the use of the snap or food stamp definition of what our groceries representative robert anders of nampa said that could lead to confusion i can go get a taken bake pizza one store that would then not be taxed and if i order a pizza from pizza hut next door it is taxed a going walmart and i buy a sandwich at the delhi it's taxed if i go by sandwich meat and bread it's not taxed representative ron native rex byrd countered that other states use the snap definition and there's no confusion in those states the committee voted to send the bill to print but not unanimously jay how will six seventy kboi and the idaho state affairs committee has voted along party lines they'll send a controversial abortion bill to the full senate for debate senate bill twelve fortythree would require the idaho department of health and welfare to make additional information available to women who were seeking a chemical abortion 24 hours before they are allowed to take the first of two drugs in that procedure that according to senator lorry dent hardtalk meridian nationwide chemical abortions account for approximately onethird of all abortions of the one thousand two hundred eighty nine abortions reported in idaho in two thousand sixteen by 100 an eighty one which is approximately forty five percent were chemical abortions or talk says the bill would add information about where women can go to learn about possibly reversing the chemical abortion procedure after they take the first of those two drugs as she says that many women change their mind after they take the first rug they don't realize though the once they've taken the first drug they still have options available for reversing that procedure meanwhile idaho may become the next state to.

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"state affairs" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on KELO

"Fair and balanced hello news time is eleven o3 from the kelocom news center i'm nick hill super bowls is overall crime rate last year ticked down slightly but drugs continued to be a major problem police chief matt burn says it both drug investigations in meth arrests were at record highs he says it's gotta be all community hands on deck to fight this drug epidemic mark you just can't simply by with law enforcement resources you just can't rest your way out of an addiction problem despite the drug stain burn says that overall sioux falls still remains a very safe place mark rousseau kelocom news the government operations and audit committee would receive subpoena powers under a bill passed out of the senate state affairs committee senator deb peters chair of the goic said as they weren't able to enforce their actions we could issue this pena and the person we were requesting to come testify could tell us to go pound sand and that was not the the result that we wanted and we had no mechanism to get into the court system in order to enforce our subpoena the bill gotta do pass recommendation in it now moves to the senate floor representative christie gnome was visiting her neighbors farm recently discussing the importance of the farm bill everybody eats not everybody farms we cannot let another country grow our food for us or else them may control us that's why we have a farm bill it's important we have a safety net that provides at some support for farmers and ranchers who take such a risk to pearl destinations lewis the video segment was featured as part of the house agricultural committee's program and illustrates the importance of.

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"state affairs" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"The evening he calls it quote good legislative leadership democratic leaders in the south dakota legislature addressed reporters thursday as the fifth week of the busy legislative session called it a day early due to snowy travel conditions senator try heiner hired of mission says the senate state affairs committee considered a bill sponsored by senate majority leader billy sutton which would restore campaign finance limits put in place ace by i am 22 senator bill there were no opponents in the straight forward those those same limits that was passed by the voters in i in you know water tiled and all other ramifications in any part of that like i said there was no opponent there weren't even eight questions asked made motion the view pass it was seconded called for the vote and completely fail to utilize centers in myself heiner called it frustrating the on if you're going to vote against something that the voters and just fast at least you can do is ask questions and it just shows that this this level of arrogance that that is happening right here and i will i don't think that's fair to the voters all skull of song in all those things are still happening i'm surprised that even with all of the dealings with i am 22 that we had last year that there is the number of initiated measure campaignfinance out petition circulator bills coming this year house minority leader spencer holly of broking says h eleven 96 came before the house floor wednesday the bill would require petition circulator is to include a wide range of identifying traits on their affidavit including things like library card utility bills and phone number pre faxes now i understand with the rafter the intent is is right now against the law for somebody honesty surgery petitions good if you're not resident in i agree with that we don't want that to happen but this is such an owner snow on what it does to our every citizen south groom truly has a concern any one circulating a petition holly says he was flabbergasted that the bill was passed by a house republican legislative leaders say lawmakers have log long hours at the state capital this week house majority leader representativity qualify platt says legislators are pushing hard to get bills through committee i think yesterday tuesday there's meetings in last night over and we're.

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"state affairs" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on WCTC

"The end of the day i had nearly a quarter million engagements i had a nearly 1500 lakes i had about three hundred twenty three hundred thirty read tweets and um over fifty comments which for me is an enormous amount ireland very popular twitter so for me that was beyond going viral but just to see the numbers all day long my phone was going ahead of turn the sound off my phone so it didn't drag me crazy during work the clean calls the queen's well acquainted shawls the charles call i was getting i'd tweet back from both sides of the pond and people telling me how it may or may not play out you know it was fun for him to attend something like that i think you would say that it's gotta be about him now you have to be about him yeah right there was an article the next day um we are they they quoted print harriet thing that he would not be invited rule and i i think that might be the it wouldn't be it's like an unofficial officials the affair in these fifth in line for the crown so it's not like the future king of england is getting mary's yeah it's not like charles and diana when not what happened door when uh william and kate right you wouldn't charles and diana married it was a state affair um when william and kate we it was a state affair um win charles and his second wife married it was not really estate affair um so this is going to be asking to be a quiet little ceremory with maybe a few hundred thousand people right with a few hundred thousand people and worldwide viewership but not stayed well i guess they can get away with with not asking him because it's you know he's he's royalty he's not in line for the crown unless a whole lot of crazy things happened right exactly and every time um you know his brother has another baby he gets bumped down yeah yup and queen elizabeth is what ninety two now santa like that and the probe prince philip it is up there to the to the top evaporates well but i believe prince phillip got bumped down so that carol this burn could move up okay i i'm wondering if prince charles's gonna ask you know kind of advocate typified forty nine and he's already you.

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"state affairs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Other news organizations bird rushed bloomberg best stories of the day powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries around the world i'm jim also and i'm ed baxter on this edition of bloomberg breasts for monday october second former treasury secretary jack loo talks about the proposed tax reform plan the can affair they say that you do to six billion dollars in tax cuts and have them pay for themselves is just that it's fair to say and oracle ceo mark byrd discuss is one of the biggest announcements in the company's history it's called the autonomous database so it's not a highly automated database it's truly autonomy on the state affairs all this more coming up in the next door bloomberg invest first let's get you caught up on the hours top business stories in the markets i'm brian curtis in hong kong asian stocks are surging this morning the hong kong market in particular in the past few days we've seen china lower the bank reserve requirement ratio we sheen strong chinese pmis and also a bullish tone four a global equities the banks are trading significantly higher icbc up four point seven percent bank of china now with gains of almost four percent the offshore yuan has fallen to a sevenweek low weighed down by a rising greenback the cnh is now trading at about six point six eight five zero against the dollar in that is so weaker by about two tenths of one percent in other news goldman sachs is exploring how it could help clients trade bitcoin and other digital currencies that's according to a person briefed on the plan rainer michael prices an executive director at taurus wealth advisors he was asked if banks are generally threatened by bitcoin now book most low debated openly optical debate coal brock train bitcoin put luca wrote bank we're reluctant bank but i think look the market but very volatile but the be it bit karn it dropped it very quickly recovered all the club who through private the marketed victory very positive about bitcoin a blocked an effort by bigger pay we update markets every 15 minutes here on bloomberg radio the bloomberg dollars spot index is near its strongest level in a couple of months right now the.

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"state affairs" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"state affairs" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Be done on the floor where people have to vote for because cargill eight is an activist that worked closely with the pew charitable trusts the boot carnell had their head there says not to allow them to be involved in radar criminal law bill unbelievable when we anyway we love it that's what bill angry about i'd probably you know i don't like the name but there were people that have a lot of complicity of the bad law well we appreciate the insight like i said you were there you fight the good fight you're one of the few in the senate than voted no on this which is unbelievable to me i i think the state affairs committee had the most substantive hearing third everything else with kind of a cut deal uh they were they were john cargill was edging me to get that out of there then he on it moved they do all the machinations voted i wish we would have kept it for longer uh but he was completely the might carcass that i was holding onto was built by which a failing carrying the tried to put put factual information on the table make everybody got to testify that had not but in the prophet well you can definitely sleep with a clear conscience because there is no question made other mistakes but that when a well i just wish i would've i wish i would've even harder on it but other of the early throw yourself in front of so many train no that's a true statement hey bill anyway i'll make for them for allowed me in my ray it i love it sailed i ever saw and i love it thank you so much for the call you know i have to tell you when you hear from people in the fight like that in listen it's weird to me this bell you look across the spectrum you had republicans and democrats voting for foreign and against it in that audio clip you had to democrats obviously on different sides of this this is a bad bill when they take a crime like schutte doing a driveby let me get to that one example doing a driveby you shoot a gun at somebody's house now woods classified as a nonviolent offense just let that sink in for just a.

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