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Fresh update on "state secretary" discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:31 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "state secretary" discussed on WBZ Midday News

"There have been significant policy changes as well in the new administration president bottom lifting of freeze on Green cards issued by his predecessor that lawyers say we're blocking most legal immigration to the United States. Secretary of state and in a blink UN's first trip abroad is happening virtually today with officials in Canada and Mexico, Blinken will first meet with Mexico's secretaries of foreign affairs and economies, and then he will meet with the Canadian Prime minister Justin Trudeau and Foreign Minister Marc Garneau. Department of Homeland Security, announcing that the U. S. Canada and Mexico have agreed to keep their land borders closed at least through March. 21st. That is the one year anniversary of the initial border closures because of covert 19. Travelers who struggled to get their money back refunds for trips at a record number of complaints with the Department of Transportation last year, Tom Roberts with more on this, the department recorded almost 103,000 complaints against airlines, travel agencies and tour operators compared to just over 15,000 in 2019. Out of those complaints. Almost nine out of every 10 regarded refunds, Airlines domestic and foreign account for close to 88,000 of the complaints. The department says it's Office of aviation Consumer protection has been in touch with largest air carriers to receive complaints to make sure they followed refund requirements. Nearly one third of all of the complaints filed against United Airlines and more trouble for Boeing, The Chicago based company is being slapped with a $5.4 million fine by the FAA. Going reportedly violated the terms of a safety settlement reached in 2015. The company must also pay an additional $1 million to settle a pair of enforcement cases. FAA officials say they have told Boeing over and over to prioritize safety. Comply with regulations and now to the slopes. I'm Charlie Ross with the WBC ski report. We wrap up the ski.

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Fresh update on "state secretary" discussed on Steve Trevelise

Steve Trevelise

01:13 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "state secretary" discussed on Steve Trevelise

"Biden launched his several people got their shots. The president, saying his administration has a plan to distribute Johnson and Johnson's vaccine if it receives approval from regulators. FDA will decide on emergency use authorization. Of a vaccine based on science not to do any political pressure from me or anyone else. No outside factors. President Biden, also pointing out the U. S is the first in the country. The first country in the world to reach that vaccine. Milestone Cove in 19 hospital admissions have dropped over 70% in the last month, and the oldest Americans are leading that decline. The CDC says Americans over 85 saw the most significant fall in hospitalizations from last month at 81%. They also report every age group saw admission decreases of at least 57%. Meanwhile, Jersey colleges and universities will soon be able to apply for new grants to help them help their students during the pandemic. State Secretary of Higher Education Brian Bridges says almost $30 million in funding from the U. S Department of Ed will be available to help institutions developed system wide reforms. Paved the way for long term progress in achieving our goals. The funding will also be.

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Blinken delivers remarks on his first full day as secretary of state

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:24 sec | Last month

Blinken delivers remarks on his first full day as secretary of state

"In Secretary of state Anthony Blinken held his first briefing for a staff today at the State Department. Blinken pledging as a career State Department official says he's committed to rebuilding morale and foster a transparent environmental insists that you speak Speak up. Without fear. Or favor. And I will have your back. He takes over from former State Secretary Mike Pompeo, Members

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Connecticut confirms two UK coronavirus variant cases

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | Last month

Connecticut confirms two UK coronavirus variant cases

"Transmitted variant variant of the Corona of the virus Corona has virus now has now been detected been detected in central in Pennsylvania, central Pennsylvania, the statehouse the statehouse secretary, secretary, making the making announcement the announcement at a briefing at a today briefing today as we hear from as Ky we hear melodious from Ky Mike melodious DiNardo. Mike DiNardo. The person The infected person infected with the UK with the variant UK variant lives in lives Dauphin in Dauphin County, County, but apparently but picked apparently up the picked virus up the virus outside outside Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, says says state health state secretary health secretary Rachel Rachel Levin. Levin. It was a travel It was a travel related related case. It case. was not It was a community not a community spread, spread, the person had the person only had mild only mild symptoms. symptoms. The variant The variant has been found has been in found several in states, several states, and Levin and said Levin it was said only it a was matter only of a time matter of time before before it showed it up showed here. up here. This is really This is not really surprising. not surprising. Dr Fauci Dr has Fauci been talking has been about talking this nationally about this nationally now. now. Or Or a week or more. a week or more. We expect We expect to see the to see variant. the variant. We expect We to expect see some to see more some cases more cases off the variant off the variant in Pennsylvania in Pennsylvania and the and United the States, United States, she said. Experts she said. Experts believe the believe current the vaccines current vaccines should be effective should be effective against against this strain. this strain. Mike DiNardo. Mike DiNardo. Okay, Whatever Okay, the Whatever news radio, the news radio, that's better. Health that's better. Health

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"state secretary" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"state secretary" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"I HD to San Diego's live local breaking. It was expected to stay at home. Orders for the most populated areas of the state, including San Diego County are being extended indefinitely. A Maryland Haider Dr Mark Galley, the state secretary of health and human services, says. The state is extending the stay at home Orders for Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley. Continue in that order and tell the ICU projections are above or equal to 15%. So today, the order will remain because those projections do not show that same Joaquin Valley in Southern California have projected four weeks out. I see you capacity over 15% so they will remain under the order for the time being. There's no specific timeline for the order to be lifted, and the state's projections for ICU capacity over the next four weeks don't show any improvement. San Diego County is at 17% capacity. County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher tells Coco News. He believes San Diego has a grip on the vaccination process, which is a step in the right direction. Keep up with giving the vaccine. I think that you know there's gonna be superior cups at the beginning. The carrot is kind of playing an air traffic controller Wolf Ah lot of vaccines. Straight the hospitals. Some vaccines go straight to the military. Some go straight to CVS or something. Which President Joe Biden says the next few weeks will be the worst of the pandemic, he says. It's a travesty. We don't have more testing and says he will be more aggressive and making sure materials to distribute the vaccine already used my power under the Defense production act when I'm sworn in In order private industry to accelerate the making of the materials needed for the vaccines as well as protective gear, he says. To make sure every American who wants a vaccine can get it free of charge. He also says President Trump could make a huge difference by telling Americans to wear a mask and to urge Americans to get the vaccine when it's available. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was pleading with his colleagues to override President Trump's veto of a huge defense spending bill. He says the National Defense Authorization Act has passed every year without fanfare and reminded senators of the big majority House members received to override President Trump's veto on Monday. The Padres making more off season moves as they look to challenge the Dodgers for National League West Supremacy. One day after trading for Tampa Bay Rays ace Blake Snell, the Padres sending pictures Zach Davies and four minor leaguers to the Chicago Cubs for picture Yu Darvish and a catcher. Padres, hoping to make a run at the Dodgers and 2021 After losing a smite Clevinger for the entire season to Tommy John surgery. Darvish was the Cy Young runner up this year, Snell won the American League Cy Young and 2018. They joined a Nelson lament who was fourth, the National League Cy Young voting this year. Joshua Lipton KOGO News. We're going to use time. 203 the closing bell brought to you by First Republic Bank and the Dow Today was down 68 at 3 30,035. The latest on your weather after we check your traffic on Kogo from helpful. San Diego 100 dealers. Traffic senator. Travel Advisory for the 79 from Julian.

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Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris

Democracy Now! Audio

03:21 min | 2 months ago

Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris

"California governor gavin newsom has appointed california's secretary of state. Alex padilla to replace vice president-elect kamala harris in the us senate padilla will make history as the first latin next senator to represent california state with a population. That's forty percent latin x. He was first elected to public office at twenty six years old. When he joined the los angeles city council he went on to serve two terms in the state senate followed by two terms as the state secretary of state. Alex padilla is the son of mexican immigrants and video. Posted by governor newsom to twitter. Padeas talked about how his family's background has shaped his political. Work can tell you how many pancakes my dad flip through egg scrambled. Try to provide for us sir. In many many years my mom cleaning house the same. So i i try so hard to make sure that our democracy is as inclusive in california's we built in to help a important perspective to washington. Alex padilla is a close ally of governor gavin newsom. He has not taken a public stance unpopular progressive issues. Such as medicare for all. The green new deal abolishing ice. That's immigration customs enforcement for more on his appointment. We go to los angeles where we're joined by fernando guetta. He's a professor of political science at loyola marymount university where he's also director of the center for the study of los angeles. We welcome you to democracy now. Professor get it. It's great to have you back after a number of years. Can you start off by talking about the significance of this appointment and who alex and who. Alex padilla is someone you've known for many many years. Well obviously the significant is very historic and symbolic that latinos. Now have this position. There's been tremendous amount of latino political mobilization. And you've seen latino mayors like antonio viragos lieutenant governor secretary of state mike. But the you've seen latinos be the head of the legislature speaker or as president pro. Tem of the senate. Republican the only positions that latinos having gained in modern times as the us senate which they've never held in california and governor. There wasn't latino governor back in the eighteen seventies but this is really a reflection of the historic importance of latinos also politically. You know we think about forty percent of the population and they're also a significant number of the electric. It is because a lot tino political mobilization that california is deeply blue without that innovation california would be purple and maybe even read and we're changed the whole dynamics of national politics. I remind people that for many presidential elections. Republicans won california. It wasn't until nine hundred ninety. Two democrats started winning and berry winning because of we all know the. Ross perot factor there. But after that really dependent on the latino vote and latino vote is the backbone of california being democratic which becomes the backbone of the democrats having a chance in the electoral college is so historic to historic significance but also political significance

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Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris

Tom Sullivan

00:11 sec | 2 months ago

Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris

"California governor Avenue, some announcing state secretary Alex Padilla will finish out VP elect Kamila Harris his term as US senator idea. The son of Mexican immigrants will be the state's first Latino U. S. Senator

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Biden's cabinet of firsts

KYW 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Biden's cabinet of firsts

"Jobs in the in the cabinet. Secretary of State secretary defense Attorney general and secretary of the Treasury. There's been an African American secretary of state, a few of them Republican Colin Powell, Republican Condi Rice, and now there's going to be perhaps, of black security fence. There still has not been a black It has been a black attorney general. But there has not been a black secretary to try to reason. So this is sort of making the rounds of breaking down these old barriers. Kind of big for what they call them because they're the ones who are The most quickly and the oldest cabinet jobs and the other one's in direct line of succession to the presidency. If something were to happen to the to the government, so this is a big deal. It is a big

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"state secretary" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"state secretary" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

"Miles. An hour can do real damage. It is a one of the challenges of our era is finding ways a there have been proposed inventions of giant nets to capture space junk at once as the case in two thousand seven when the chinese blew up their own satellite and created thousands of pieces of junk once they have been dispersed. They continue to create a debris. Field that endangers everything in its path and it doesn't stay close it It disperses so it is a very dangerous matter and of course air force has been space force now does the tracking of space junk above a certain size and recently justin the past month we alerted as space station to maneuver in order to avoid being hit by some recorded space junk. That was headed. It's way so we need to one of the problems of our time that we need to figure out not just being able to predict it which is our our best effort now but how can we harness this. How can we clean this up and not create more. It is the height of bad behavior to be the creator of space junk But being called bad behavior is not enough. A discipline to keep some of our international actors from creating space debris Meteors we all know in the earth's history would immediately can do to life on earth is going to be one of the tasks of the space force Not just tracking meteors but figuring out the technology to deflect them before they hit us meteors and asteroids Right now just this week. We have had action with bay. New of an asteroid where nasa team nasa is scooping up borsch of an asteroid to see to learn what we can find out about the origin of the universe origin of of These materials that are in our cosmos meteors similarly. It's one of the challenges we've seen. How much damage can be done including speculatively. The caused of disappearance and dinosaurs said we need to be able to predict those and that is something that nasa has been working on and the air force will and space for will work with them and private companies. We all saw what spacex Did with the international space station a few months ago as that going to be part of a what you do a space force to You don't have to reinvent the wheel you can work with The private sector and not be bogged down of all the rules and regulations to get get things done you see more of this cooperation with private companies flee certainly will and it's spacex has demonstrated that we can get things done much more efficiently than what we have been doing them. So spacex is now full partner and the launch business with the united states space force and air force and we will continue to see great cooperation and partnerships. As we have in the past we have worked with private providers. We're going to have more private providers in the future to the concentration of in the defense industry Has been something of some concern in the recent past. And we're going to do what we can in both the air and space force to broaden our offerings making more competitive environment for our defense industries. Madam secretary before i let you go i also have to Thank you again Back in nineteen ninety-six. When i was running for president. You headed up a chair of i efforts in arizona. You wouldn't unlike other states under your leadership. We won an upset victory. So thank you again for that. Thank you being with us. And god speed on your unique mission both at the air force and with the critical space force. Thank you. thank you steve. I cherish our friendship and And i look forward to working with you in any way. Thanks for listening to what's ahead. I'm steve forbes looking forward to next week and if you could rate review and subscribe to the show we at forbes sure appreciate it..

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"state secretary" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

07:22 min | 3 months ago

"state secretary" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

"But i heard opposition from congress from people looking out for the american public In the recent past all of a sudden. I think we are seeing that. Oh yes this is an essential and we need to be supportive of it and make sure it's efficient. Nobody wants to just create new executive agencies. So there is a drive to make this efficient and make it as nimble and free of encumbrances in bureaucracy as possible and that's that's what our mission is to make it. They make it the agency that others would aspire to be we want the space force to act policies. That others are going to look over. And say yeah. We'd like to be able to do it that way too. So adopting the efficiency and Alacrity that the skunk works was known for briefly define as you see it the mission of the space force when you say space we think Fighting in space show luke skywalker and all that kind of thing. It's not Astronauts in space but Weapons can be introduced an space. How do we defend assets these satellites. We have up there. What is the specific described. The specific mission of the space force. And why we need a separate service to make sure this job gets done and not lost in a bureaucratic mock of the pentagon. Can't steve as you know. The air and space forces are the only two services that have been built since the seventeen. Hundreds the army navy and marines. They were all around and thomas. Jefferson was president. They were already in existence. The air force was created because technology has moved on and space force is being created for the very same reason. Air is the domain where aggression can take place and space similarly is a domain upon which we depend and who's defense is essential to our way of life so the mission of the space force is to protect america's national interests and those of our allies and to make sure that our way of life that is dependent upon space is not intruded by enemy behavior. So that means having in the future assets and space so to speak that Can deter aggressive actions like we saw from russia china and Recent times we need to deter malevolent behaviour. Melvin and action. We want them to behave. We are happy for the peaceful use of space to be available to everyone. We don't want control space to everyone else's detriment. We want to make it accessible to for the benevolent use by all but if there is bad action there we will not be victim. We will not have. America be held hostage to Malevolent action by others so that's somewhat evidenced by our gps system. That did not have defenses. We were blithely thinking that this was a place where free access and availability was a good idea that others would abide by that now. We know that we can't count on that so we need to be able to protect ourselves and so tell us why. The space force is part of the air force People always use the analogy of the marines and the navy but some say gee. This space for should have been separate. What's the rationale of having them. Still under the same roof so to speak. Even though there are two separate organizations now they are. There are great efficiencies that are derived from having the to work cooperative lay. The air force is providing a lot of the common services. That would be very much more expensive. If the space force were to build that for themselves there will be things that they do that they must build for themselves within the space force but the space force is not a labor intensive. it's a smarts intensive. It's a technology intensive it's capability intensive with gps. I mean exactly that entire when you think about it. It's that's a great metaphor for what the space force does forty people eight or ten on a shift sitting in colorado. Run the entire. Gps system that is free to the world and that people around the world us incessantly The gps system is operated by a team of a accrue. A staff of eight to ten people at a time sitting computer consoles in colorado and i would put forward the gps system as the system that has had a bigger impact in a shorter time on all of mankind than any other invention. In mankind's time even think of fire or the wheel or the printing press what would compete with the gps system that has been fully operational just twenty five years and is used by so many people around the world with so few people managing it. It's a remarkable Reality of our time as touches on You mentioned other countries You've been working on alliances. Were not in this alone. Walk us through. Countries like britain. And whether it so particular countries working together in the arctic or particular countries working in various aspects of space out to truly make this international effort so perhaps hostile powers would a might think twice realizing rest of the world is with us and wanting Open spaces just as we wanted to a policy of open seas. Exactly people want access to this. The ultimate high ground space so around the world many countries. We have worked with for decades. Other countries are coming to us saying we'd really like to partner with you. We are working with the usual participants countries like the united kingdom and australia new zealand. Canada are long time great friends but we're also working closely with countries like with whom we've partnered. They have saved us a lot of money by allowing us to put a payload on one of their satellites. We're working with other countries to do things cooperatively day get benefit from some of our assets. And we get benefit from some of other nations space pursuits. And we've been talking a lot about defense but one of the things we alluded to it earlier. One of the tasks you're going to have is junk in space There's a lot of so-called space garbage up there that can do a lot of harm. It's never been police before like you. People used to throw stuff out the window of their cars and junk up the countryside. Walk us through. How is that going to be international agreement. How how do we deal with this problem. As you say these things little pieces. Seventeen thousand.

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"state secretary" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:11 min | 3 months ago

"state secretary" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"America first with Sebastian Gorka? Friends 2020 election. Is a record breaking event. In so many ways. Never before have so many Americans voted in an election with over 140 million going to the polls, mailing their ballots or having them taken to polling centers by ballot harvesters. Never before has a Democrat candidate received as many votes as Joe Biden received never before, has a Republican candidate, incumbent or otherwise received so many votes. With President Donald Trump's Record breaking Voter base, outnumbering even the historic turnout for barrack Obama in 2000 and eight Most impressive wall is the comparison of the voter support for President Trump. This year and in 2016 with 10 million Americans voting for the president more than they did four years ago. Let's remember the context. Since before he even took the oath of office as commander in chief. The president has been under a relentless attack by the mainstream media. The Washington Post Just 19 minutes after he was sworn in, published the piece with this title. The campaign to impeach President Trump has begun 19 minutes after he was sworn in. There was no honeymoon for Donald Trump is president, and in the last four years he has been repeatedly accused of being a misogynist on Islamophobia, a white supremacist and even an agent of Vladimir Putin's Russia. $40 million of taxpayer money was wasted on the Mueller probe, which found no evidence off quote unquote collusion. As if that were not enough. As the co vid virus was wending its way across the globe from China to infect millions and kill hundreds of thousands. The Democrat Party speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, thought it would be a good time to impeach the president over a phone call. Transcript off which He had already publicly released. I could continue, but the point is a simple one. No president in modern times, not even Richard Milhouse Nixon has had to endure such a withering and constant barrage of calumny inimical media coverage. The congressional SUBS version off his presidency. Despite being called a racist, the traitor again and again, more Americans voted for President Trump this year than they did four years ago by millions, and that is truly remarkable. Would any other establishment politician have fared as well? You know the answer to that question. On top of that more minority Americans voted for this Republican than any other president or candidate. Since the 19 fifties. However. He has not reached the magical to 70 threshold of the Electoral College. So what does the future hold? A stroke of genius. Our founding fathers created a system whereby majority rule is not the way we run our country. There has to be an equitable relationship between the votes of rule Rural America and those that live in high concentrated populations, such as our urban centers. That is why, in addition to the Electoral college State like Hawaii has his many senators in our opera houses a state the size of Texas. In fact, most Americans I believe have no idea that when they fill in that little circle next to the name Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Donald Trump and Mike Pence. They don't realize they're not voting for the president or his challenger. They're voting for electors to the Electoral College. Which hasn't met yet, then won't meet until mid December, and they cannot vote that cannot be on electoral college vote unless the votes are certified. By the chief clerk. The state secretary in the state House is off each state. So is this just a redo of the year 2000 on the hanging chance? Not at all. Not at all. Why? Because we're not talking about one state on the counting of a few 1000 votes. We're talking about numerous states. We're talking about potentially million's off votes. Every single accusation of voter fraud must be investigated. Irrespective of who you voted, for, simply for the transparency, the probity and the integrity of our election process Otherwise One side or the other. More than 70 million people will have no faith that this election chose our president fairly. Attorney general Bond has already ordered the DOJ to investigates frauds where they see them. I have no great faith in that we have seen the chief justice of the U. S. Supreme Court in a truly by Zan Tine. A truly Machiavellian ploy managed to subvert the GOP's desire to have late ballots separated and segregated. Verified Asked to there Relevance and whether they actually are legitimate. So we have institutional problems as such, the president and his team has an uphill battle. But it is a battle that has to be joined. Has Bean joined and In which he has a chance, maybe not in the local investigations or even the federal investigations. But in the political side of this debate Because the question is very simple. States. State House is not one of which not one of which flipped to the left in that for Chad. Oh, that profit side. Democrat Wave those GOP state houses those elected officials, the state secretaries, the chief clerks prepared to publicly certify The election's in battleground states. They prepared to risk their political future. Election that clearly has been marred by dead people voting by Children voting by more than 9000. People in the Varda voting who no longer live there. Are they prepared to take that risk? Think of this. Badly. Potential scenario. What do you think happens when it is clear that there was indeed systematic voter fraud. But President Trump doesn't get the legal relief. He is owed. By Lady justice because the clock ran out on his petitions or judges simply weren't brave enough to do the right thing. How will more than 70 million Americans who voted for him? Many of them highly committed. New energized voters react if they feel they have been cheated along with the president. After that, leading Democrats like Alexander or Cassie Cortez, openly calling for the compilation off Maga lists with the names of Trump supporters who have to be punished. And we have Very dangerous ingredients. For a highly flammable America. Nevertheless, We are owed. A fair and transparent election. I'm Sebastian Gorka. This is America, first on the Salem radio network. Three hours of incredible guests. Analysis..

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Trump administration removes gray wolves from federal Endangered Species Act protection

WBBM Morning News

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Trump administration removes gray wolves from federal Endangered Species Act protection

"Critics say there's a political motivation and no science behind the Trump administration moved to strip Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in the early part of the 20th century. Grey Wolf had essentially become a ghost throughout the United States. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt says. That's not true anymore. The action will now allow hunts in Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

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As more California counties can ease restrictions, others move backward

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:25 min | 5 months ago

As more California counties can ease restrictions, others move backward

"Tears in California's Corona virus re opening framework with two moving to Maura. Restrictive levels. For the first time. A CVS is Doug Sovereign has the latest on the state's battle against the pandemic. Corona virus is getting worse into him a county which is moving back to the widespread purple tear. And Shasta, which is going back to the red tear, signifying substantial levels of infection. The first time counties have regressed under the color coded system, but state Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr Mark Galley. Announced that eight counties are moving down a tear, allowing Mohr reopening, including mayor said county dropping from purple to red. He also said so far counties that have allowed schools to begin reopening in person. Are not seeing associated spikes and virus spread. We have not seen a connection between increased transmission and school reopening or in person learning. We're asking that question constantly. We're looking at the information to see if there is a connection, and so far we have not found one doctor. Galley says That's encouraging, as is the drop in daily cases statewide and the falling positivity rate. He warns, as he often does that we're not out of the woods, though, by any measure and there could still be a spike this fall is 21 other states are already experiencing. He also said the state is deep into its preparations to validate any covert vaccine that the feds approved. Anticipating that one could be available once California gives its own stamp of approval by winter. Doug

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Why contact tracing is critical

News, Traffic and Weather

02:07 min | 5 months ago

Why contact tracing is critical

"Public health officials say the growing White House outbreak underscores why contact tracing is so critical Almost Michelle Esteban is digging into our state is doing in that area and spoke with Colonel Kevin McMahon of the National Guard in charge of contact tracing in our state. I talked to the Department of Health when it comes to that contact tracing They say that they have work to do. They're not where they want to be. And it is a massive mission. You have to remember. We've got over 89,000 cases since the pandemic began, and we really should talk about what is contact tracing. Since the onset of the pandemic. Our state Department of Health has led an effort to contact every person has positive in our state with a goal to do that, for 90% of the cases within 24 hours of test results. We're not their recent example. Just last month of department health reach 49% of those cases within 24 hours, and then two weeks later up to 65%. They do expect improvement, and that really is just a fraction of the tracing that's done in our state. The bulk of all the contact tracing is actually done by local health departments. And right now the state still working on how to track that data. From all of the county health department. Contact Tracing can happen when someone test positive that triggers the process. State team members the National Guard, They'll call you the request contact information for all your close contacts. That is someone who was within 6 FT. For 15 minutes or more of you to let them know that they may have been exposed and they should get tested. They're encouraged to stay home or watch for symptoms for 14 days. I'll just remind you that this is all voluntary. The information is private Washington National Guard alone says since May, it has made 16,480 calls. That's just a small sample of those contacted. But it is telling, says the commander who is overseeing the state's part of the mission tells me that there's a need and we've got to continue to press hard in this. We've got to continue to mitigate the overall impact to covet. S so that we can ensure that our state and especially its citizens are healthy and are able to return to their lives. It is why the state secretary of health urging all Washingtonians to answer or call back right away if they are contacted by public health,

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Mike Pompeo cuts visits to South Korea and Mongolia from his Asia trip.

Bloomberg Best

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Mike Pompeo cuts visits to South Korea and Mongolia from his Asia trip.

"Covert diagnosis has forced state Secretary Mike Pompeo to shorten his trip to Asia. Pompei or visit Tokyo from the fourth of October to the six here we meeting the foreign ministers of four of the region's biggest democracies. Pompeii's earlier itinerary also included trips to Mongolia and a South Korea.

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"state secretary" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:42 min | 5 months ago

"state secretary" Discussed on KNSS

"Mind out of the name is available for registration because sometimes it is not And from there, register the LC with the state secretary of state. The depends on what state you're in your There's some things you have to actually report with this Kansas or whatever secretary of state were working in her office, right? He had and this is what I'm saying A blast for Kansas only There's different requirements and different stays as to what needs to be provided upfront. For example, in Kansas, you don't have to tell the state how many people own the corporation, the Elsie at the beginning. That comes from the annual reports. But so there's certain things you we have a lot more freedom off Lettin entity and filing for it in Kansas, they do another state's okay. So then after you've Maybe prepared. You've decided what kind of structure you're gonna have What the name is going to be And you filed with the state? What? What's the next step? Their urine businessman, you go out, start collected money and doing doing all the things you need to be doing Well now, not quite if if it's just a soul proprietor, acting lesson l C or mean. On identifies and jealousy. Then would I recommend to people is to first get a tax I d number so you create a separate identity for the company. And open. A separate checking account seems seems simple stuff. But this is all practical. Ah, ideas for creating your business. Sure. Now, If you have a partnership, then then things changed a little bit and A dead point you had to determine. The partnership interest you have to determine who will be the managing partner and responsible for the taxes. And as always, you need do you really need this was calling operating agreement number agreement is basically contract between the owners of this the unitholders shareholders. To act in certain ways and to buy away certain Ah, stipulations in the contract, And in that operating agreement, you can actually even spell out how have how handles the death of a partner or how, if partner wants to get out of the operating agreement can get very specific on all the parameters that how the business is going to get absolutely as those it doesn't violate. Any low. You could pretty much put anything in the kitchen sink at attention when we have two partners involved in the in the ownership of the company. And one is 49. The onus 51. We want to create some some air off fairness. Should one of them want to leave the company and so we put something. We we put some buy sell agreements in the contract for an LLC O'Brien agreement. So that if that were to happen, then they know what steps will have to follow. And it doesn't become a cord fi later on, well, all good things to to walk through and Vet out their own individual situation. Ah, maybe they're retiring. And they want to start up a business either on the side or maybe just contracting and some of the things that maybe they They have a lot of experience in. They can always come down and meet with you one on one. Or you have any questions at 3163610553 item in law firm there, folks will stay.

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Parties around WSU’s Greek Row linked to ‘substantial increase’ in COVID-19 cases

Tom and Curley

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Parties around WSU’s Greek Row linked to ‘substantial increase’ in COVID-19 cases

"Keeping a close eye on college campuses where there's been enough tickin cases dozens of Washington State University have become infected. We think much like what is happening in other parts of our outbreak. These infections are occurring from people. Are you in there? It's of a social life. State Secretary of Health Jon Weisman says back to

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UAE establish diplomatic relations with Israel

All Things Considered

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

UAE establish diplomatic relations with Israel

"Emirates has agreed to establish diplomatic relations with Israel. Now that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rather agreed to stop the planned annexation of occupied land. Palestinians want for a future state. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is an enormous historic step forward. It's the first time in 2.5 decades. So Egypt Jordan now the United EM repair of Emirates, says, recognize Israel Way hope This provides a good foundation for building out on the vision for peace that the president has laid out. Netanyahu calls it a new era in relations with the U. S. A. Since the

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Microsoft, TikTok officials in White House talks to prevent total ban

Squawk Pod

01:55 min | 7 months ago

Microsoft, TikTok officials in White House talks to prevent total ban

"Tiktok is a short form video social media platform, extremely popular with Gen, Z. and millennials during the global pandemic the APP outpaced instagram in of download eating the two billion mark back in April. If you know any teens or adults lockdown and board, you're probably familiar with the platform. Tick Tock has over two hundred, million users us but it's owned by Chinese company Bite Dance, which is where most of the political drama begins United States Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo has consistently voiced concerns about the APPS ties to the Chinese government back in July he lumped Tiktok in with wall way in terms of national security. We are now evaluating each instance where we believe that US citizens data that they have on their phones or in their system or in their healthcare records. We want to make sure that the Chinese Communist Party doesn't have a way to easily access that president trump this weekend suggested banning the APP in the US. We're looking at Tick Tock we may be banning talk. We may be doing some other things that are a couple of options. And Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has confirmed that the department's Committee on foreign. In. The US is reviewing tiktok citing. National. Security concerns, he spoke to ABC over the weekend. I do chair Syfy, which is the committee on Foreign Investment on the United States I've said publicly that it's under review I will say publicly that the entire committee agrees that Tiktok cannot stay in the current format exit risks sending back information on a hundred million Americans. Amid, Washington's focus on national security Microsoft announced that it made by tick tock or at least part of it. Over the weekend the tech giant confirmed that it's in talks to acquire the tick Tock Business in Iraq Canada, Australia, and New Zealand and then it's working with the government deal.

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Face masks now required in 'common spaces' in Washington state

News, Traffic and Weather

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Face masks now required in 'common spaces' in Washington state

"In cases in the Corona virus in our state has prompted Governor Jay Inslee to put tighter restrictions on our state's reopening plans. And starting today, and expanded mask mandate is in effect, requiring everyone to wear a face covering it all common areas, including hallways and elevators. John. We summon our state secretary of health and pretty much any time you're outside of your house, where you are likely to come in contact with some folks that we really want people masking up. The science is showing that that that's something we need to do next week. Further restrictions on restaurants, bars and Jim's goes into a fact they'll put stricter limits on the number of people. Who could be indoors at one time. Weddings and funerals will also see new restrictions. Ceremonies of up to 30 people will be allowed, but no receptions.

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Michelle Lujan Grisham on U.S. covid-19 response

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

05:06 min | 7 months ago

Michelle Lujan Grisham on U.S. covid-19 response

"Jonathan, Kaye part, and this is Cape Up. My guest has been her states. Secretary of Health sees represented her State in Congress today. She is said to be on Joe. Biden's vice presidential shortlist in chose it. She would be the first lat next American on a presidential ticket. She is New Mexico Governor Michelle Luhan Grisham. Hear what she has to say about that and her states response to Corona virus in this special case up live episode right now. Governor Welcome! You know I'm delighted to be on your show. Nice to meet you spend a little time with you Jonathan. Likewise. Thank you very much for being here now. I mentioned that you were the health secretary. You are a member of Congress because they gave you incredible insight, I think and how to deal with the corona virus early on you declared a statewide health emergency on March eleventh when there were only four cases in your state. What did you see that pushed? The pushed you to move so quickly. Well two things that you know that this virus is moving, and so it comes with travelers we've got commuters were movie Hijab I was still dealing with folks who were trapped on a cruise and California and I've dealt with the pandemic before and the. You Start and the more aggressively you start, the better control and management efforts you have in. This is the problem because you can't see the pandemic everyone I think falsely assumes it won't come here. The it'll be easy, and we'll wait until we see what's happening because I think for too many leaders. It's easier to explain you have to move immediately. Otherwise it rages out of control and we're seeing that all across the country now. What we follow up, you said you've been through a pandemic before. which are you talking Ebola or something else? Blue so we had two issues. We had a flu epidemic I said pandemic epidemic in two, thousand, seven, two, thousand eight, and then in two, thousand and five. We had a flu vaccine shortage so when you are in a state where you've got higher. Per Capita. Issues related to chronic issues for children and adults, and that you have a higher death rate then from influenza we'd have a third of the capacity of healthcare providers and hospitalizations I literally had to join with illiinois to. Import flu vaccine from Canada Rich. You really couldn't do then and we found A. Soft, can I say loophole and brought it in and I protected Mexica residents then we took. Out of flu vaccine, so I took all the mercury out of it to further protect new Mexicans. I wouldn't buy anything that had. Mirasol in it, and then when the epidemic was coming in the same thing, he didn't have sufficient investments in public health, so getting to people getting them vaccinated partnering with limited. A. Private Provider Group was really challenging so probably answering this too long Jonathan but in December I knew this was coming. I asked my teams to start planning in early January, so we began to have round tables and start looking about where we was secure. And testing supplies. That's really interesting. You started focusing this on in December. And then moving with your staff in January, so you anticipated what could happen, but didn't you anticipate the inaction from the federal government in terms of having a national strategy? No in my wildest dreams I would not be spending my known specific time finding supplies testing supplies, and the right manufacturers, trying to figure out which instruments right the FDA was going to authorize in an emergency use environment, then test for the for the virus, so not every instrument was available. Not every then re agent is available every testing because they're not all. They weren't at the time universal, getting swabs and then chasing. And, then, in my wildest dreams I wouldn't be dealing with the federal government who would literally then take the things that you secured and redistributes them for the country while you want it to be a country focus. Because it wasn't it meant that you were fighting? Frankly with other governors and FEMA to get the adequate supplies into your state, and now we're seeing it occur again because there was without any federal strategies, still now that you have these outbreaks, governors are in the same situation chasing down supplies and P P and trying to adequately cover their first responders is the most outrageous environment I've ever worked on worked in in my entire career.

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U.S. considers banning TikTok and other apps, Pompeo says

Sean Hannity

00:15 sec | 8 months ago

U.S. considers banning TikTok and other apps, Pompeo says

"Talk could be banned by the United States, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News yesterday. National security and privacy concerns of the reason why the social media app could be. Van Pompeo said Tic TAC should only be downloaded if users want the Chinese Communist Party to get a hold of the

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Boston - Scathing Report Details Mismanagement During Holyoke Soldiers' Home Outbreak

Jay Talking

01:10 min | 8 months ago

Boston - Scathing Report Details Mismanagement During Holyoke Soldiers' Home Outbreak

"Report report Religous Religous Stone, Stone, the the Holyoke Holyoke Soldier's Soldier's home, home, where where dozens dozens of of veterans veterans died died from from Corona Corona virus. virus. Here's Here's W. W. B B C's C's Karen Karen Regal. Calling the conditions in Holyoke shameful. Governor Baker said his administration failed to oversee the Holyoke soldiers home. Seeing the Department of Veterans Services did not supervise Superintendent Bennett Walsh. The report says Walsh was very unqualified in part Youto a fateful decision in late March to combine two units of veterans on Lee, some of whom were known to be covert positive into a single consolidated unit. Under deplorable conditions. The state secretary of veteran services has resigned. But Baker says he has complete faith and the secretary of health and human Services, as with the board of trustees that actually hired Bennett Walsh. Those seven people are appointed by Baker. At the Statehouse. Karen Regal W. B. Z Boston's NewsRadio attorney general, Maura Healey is investigating, saying it will determine whether the missteps and errors warrant legal action. Healy says the report provides AH, heart wrenching account of what went wrong in response to the Corona virus outbreak at the Holyoke soldiers home. A federal investigation is also underway.

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Metro Atlanta's Fulton and Dekalb counties' election processes were 'unacceptable', Secretary of State says

Sean Hannity

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Metro Atlanta's Fulton and Dekalb counties' election processes were 'unacceptable', Secretary of State says

"Being being short quick short and and quick and and and fast and and and fast but does has but not does been has not so been across so parts of across Georgia parts on of this Georgia primary on this day primary twenty twenty day twenty a top twenty the expected a top the expected pandemic pandemic related glitches related glitches polling pay polling up place pay problems up place today problems so severe today so that there's severe already that an there's investigation already an investigation of what has gone of haywire what has gone this is haywire Chris Campos this is Chris statement Campos from the secretary statement from of the state's secretary office of blames state's office poor blames planning poor limited planning training limited in a failure training in of a leadership failure of at leadership the county level at the county level Brad Robbins Brad Berger Robbins called the situation Berger called the situation in Fulton in the in cabin Fulton particular in the cabin particular unacceptable unacceptable and has offices and opened has offices an investigation opened an

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Germany confronts Russian ambassador over cyberattack

Morning Edition

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Germany confronts Russian ambassador over cyberattack

"Germany has called in the Russian ambassador to officially condemn a twenty fifteen cyber attack on Germany's federal parliament and fears rob Schmitz reports from Berlin Germany's state secretary of the federal foreign office Miguel Berger told Russian ambassador to Germany Sir again and check if that he strongly condemned the hacker attack he also told the chair of the E. U. is candy is a cyber sanctions regime against those responsible for the attack Berlin has struggled with increasingly bold activities by Russian spies on German soil NPR's rob Schmitz

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"state secretary" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"state secretary" Discussed on KOMO

"Developed that will be defensible and attainable and achievable for the larger counties that may happen the secretary of health telling me the governor will announce next week metrics for segments of larger counties to re open Marc rich common state officials say Whitman county in eastern Washington has been approved to take a faster path to re opening businesses including restaurants and governor Jay Inslee's coronavirus recovery plan Washington state secretary of health John Huisman approve the county's application Friday making it the ninth county in the state to be approved to move into phase two of the four phase reopening process counties applying for a quicker re opening must have low populations and no new cases of covert nineteen in the last three weeks among other stipulations there's some promising signs that the social distancing measures we've taken here in Washington are working to slow the spread of covert nineteen goals Cole Miller has some perspective on the numbers two deaths Friday and no deaths on Thursday social distancing at the park a few more people wearing masks it's a look at Seattle in late spring a sign of the times at some sites we've been waiting for in king county covert nineteen deaths appear to be slowing but at the same time I know we sacrificed a lot to be here and we should not waste the sacrifices statewide those deaths are slowing as well though governor Jay Inslee urging caution and that we don't get comfortable if you do think of this as being a past problem that has been solved this thing's going to come roaring back down.

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"state secretary" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"state secretary" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Think secretary gates made the point yesterday. Iraqis. Probably wouldn't let us bring in hundreds of thousands or nobody envisioned hundreds of thousands. And you know, it tens of thousands of people back into Iraq. A lot of reasons. And so I think we have to come up with a strategy that works within a political framework that's been established. So the point is he feels that. Isis could have been contained had there. Been a stay behind force. Obama was advised to leave a stay behind force heated not. Is he being hammered by the media was a hammered by the media now, they cheered. Was there a story about how he was at odds with his with his secretary of state secretary of defense now. Because they thought the war should not have been fought in the first place. So they didn't give a damn about. What happened when when you pull people out? Pull everybody out and now little by little Obama's back. Five thousand. Which is about the number of that the Bush administration envisioned would be appropriate. Stay behind force. And then blamed it on. Bush. Did he pulled out all the troops? Now. Let's get back to Obama and his. National security team. He had four secretaries of defense more than Clinton more than Reagan. And Leon Panetta was his second secretary of defense. And he complained about what he called Obama's poor leadership one that I'm using his words, quote avoids the battle complains and misses opportunities close quote regarding Iraq Leon Panetta said Obama, quote kind of lost his way close quote when he pulled out all the troops over his objection. About the red line in Syria. Panetta said the fact that he didn't live up to it hurt America's credibility. Quote, the power of the United States rests on its word said Panetta and clear signals are important both to deter adventurism and reassure allies that we could be counted on close quote the very same criticism. You're hearing about Donald Trump that are that our allies can't trust us. Don't don't we're going to do. This is the same thing. We'll set about Obama by his former secretary of defense where were you media? Susan said this about relief factor. I have suffered with pain up and down my leg for thirty years. And it comes from working out. How was desperate and I needed to find something that would help that pain. When I heard about the quickstart programme ordered.

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"state secretary" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"state secretary" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"And so here we have this gruesome spectacle and my God. What's your dad obviously ran US foreign policy. Your dad who's one of the foremost thinkers in American foreign policy? I mean, what? What would he be saying right now, how humiliating would he be what this administration's doom? He would be staggered. You know, it's one thing when the most powerful country in the world has no leverage over its adversaries. We've talked for months that how the Russians and Chinese continue to benefit from America's moral impotence, what it is, but Saudi Arabia was supposed to be our ally this despite the fact that the number fifteen keeps coming between American presidents and their so called friends. I, it was the fifteen Saudi citizens who murdered three thousand Americans on September. Eleventh. Now, the fifteen members of the Saudi death squad that reportedly brutally tortured and murdered a Washington Post columnist and Virginia resident. Your exactly right for genu- resident that Donald Trump says, shouldn't be afforded American protection. We're sitting here looking at this and we're wondering what our response is going to be. We are not surprised at the president's pathetic response, but the knotted States Secretary of state seemed to conspire with Saudis to keep facts from congress from the American people and the civilized world about this assassination and that is beneath contempt to further compromise the White House. The Saudis seemed to bribe Trump with one hundred million dollars to assist in US efforts in Syria, that blood money will not distract from the Saudi fifteen's deadly deeds. From Trump's claims during the campaign that he personally profited from Saudis to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars or from America's morally drift foreign policy in the age of Trump and at a time when quislings meekly March in. In lockstep behind him morally disabled president. I don't know how you do it. It's appalling is appalling and Willie. I, we, I hadn't even thought about the fifteen Saudis that actually killed over three thousand Americans on September. Eleventh. Now we have fifteen. Saudis is a great parallel that meek made there. You just you just wonder how long can the United States turn a blind eye to this country when they put people in charge the gruesome things that they do, and we have an American president that sits there and actually seems to be conspiring with them. Well, it's one thing to stand by an ally. It's something else completely to sit there and be obsequious to give the benefit of the doubt when now so many of the facts point toward what all the media reporting saying, Richard and what the Turkish government is saying, which is that Jamal Shoji was murdered. So now we're gonna come to a point where the United States Intel agencies, say, Mr President, we've gathered all this information is clear to us not only that could showed you. Was murdered, but that NBS was behind it and giving this wind up from the president and the defense of the crown prints. What will he do then what will he say? Then? Clearly he was murdered. It's not one hundred percent. Sure. We'll ever be able to say that the crown prince's behind it might be ninety nine percent sure, but we may not have the specific fingerprints on it and that could based on everything. We've just talked about the Joe. We're talking about that could give the president some excuse. If he wants to say it's still not clear like this is the Tammy Wynette foreign policy. They're going to stand by their man. My hunches almost nothing will will shake that. What's so inconsistent near point of view as though they're talking about this great ally and the issue is, well, this is a great ally that started a war in Yemen. That's essentially the Vietnam of the modern Middle East, had the pressure against gutter divided the our world to not the prime minister of Lebanon never had any positive influence on the Palestinians as best. We. Could see now committed on murder. So it's not clear what return where particular getting on investment ditching. Meek, it was talking about and Joe, we're talking about me because dad Dr Brzezinski I'm thinking about this. What this used to be in some ways reminiscent of is what happened with Iran in the nineteen seventies there. We had an ally. Headed by this figure the shop and this ally was increasingly going off the rails, and the Clinton administration had was struggling with that..

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"state secretary" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"state secretary" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"By lunchtime on August twenty eighth two thousand sixteen literally that same day within hours of that politico piece being published researcher at an American computer security firm called up the election officials in that guy state to let officials now just as a courtesy, that in case they weren't aware their entire election system was completely open to the public and available without any hacking at all to any interested person who wanted to look at it or mess with it. This is a state where all of the voting is on one type of electronic voting machine with no paper record created at any point in the process and all of those election systems. Excuse me, all of those elections machines, the whole system is all run out of a centralized election server and what this computer security firm was calling to let them know on the day that that state secretary of state was like, this is ridiculous. We don't need your help on the day. He said that this computer security firm calls to say, hey, basically it's a little weird that you're the one secretary of state in the whole country who saying, no, I refuse any federal help. I don't need it and it's ridiculous to think we'd ever be vulnerable. Any hacking in my state when his state literally had left its voting software and the voter registration information for millions of Oaters in that state wide open and available for anybody to take it on publicly facing computers. And if you didn't feel like just stealing the information, you could always leave it there and change it, mess with it a little right that make for a fun election. Day that big for fun vote tabulating. Just a remarkable piece of that moment in modern American history that we have all lived through. Now, this is the one St. where the secretary of state says he doesn't need no stinking help from they'll federalize right in his state appears to be possibly the worst protected state in the whole country in terms of its voting system. Just a few weeks later, not long after that this guy talks to political and says, I don't need me help. We're fine. Computer security researchers like dude system has publicly facing. I can access all of it few weeks later. The elections happened, the Clinton campaign had actually thought they might win in that state. They didn't win. And in fact, they lost by more than they had thought possible in that state, they lost by more than five points, but Trump wins the election overall Trump get sworn in January and in February about a month after Trump's inauguration February twenty seventeen another computer security firm takes another poke at that one state's election systems online, and it turns out in that one St.. Nothing's any better..

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"state secretary" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"state secretary" Discussed on KSRO

"More on the federal indictments of a dozen russian military intelligence officers accused of meddling in the two thousand sixteen us election abc's terry moran in london there's no question that president trump resents those indictments because that whole investigation which identity to get in the way of what is a primary foreign policy objective of this president and that is an opening to the kremlin to vladimir putin and a lot of people are concerned that he's shifting american policy more towards moscow and away from these more traditional allies there are no signs russia's targeting this november's midterm elections for cyber attacks with the scale and scope it used in two thousand sixteen says homeland security secretary christian nielsen she spoken in philadelphia conference of state secretaries of state from across the us update on the hospital recovery of the boys in soccer coach rescued from the cave in thailand from abc's adrian banker whose air and chiang rai the twelve boys and their coach in the hospital as we hear from them for the first time since being rescued now very fi fourteenyearold dual the only one who speaks in english grateful to those who saved them the team still wearing masks but in good spirits drying writing letters one holds up the victory sign their coach gives away oil prices are rising benchmark crude is it seventy one dollars a barrel brent crude seventy five and change this is abc news i'm captain obvious.

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"state secretary" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"state secretary" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Granddaughter of a scottish pilot who flew in both world wars emigrated united states sustained his pilot skills as barnstorming united states air force academy started accepting female applicants when heather wilson was a junior in high school she applied she was accepted and she graduated as vice wing commander is a distinguished graduate and as a rhodes scholar as an air force officer she experienced firsthand the value of alliances serving in the united kingdom and defense planner at nato she served on the national security council staff as a director for european defense policy and arms control after she left the air force either wilson was appointed as new mexico's secretary of children youth and family then she was elected congress or she served for over a decade and was an active member of the house intelligence committee and how i'm services committee before returning to the air force in our current capacity she served as president of the south dakota school of mines and technology in rapid city what a compelling life story of public service air force officer rhode scholar military planner white house staffer state secretary congresswoman university president and now secretary of the air force before i turn the floor over to secretary wilson let me just note that her marks be followed by conversation with christine warmoth director of the adrian arts center of resilience here the council and those of you know christine that she served in numerous high positions in the white house and pentagon most recently as undersecretary of defense for policy we're live tweeting this event from scott crops center account at a sea scout craft and we're using the hashtag hashtag ac defense it's my pleasure to turn the floor over to the honorable heather wilson secretary of the air force thank you very much and.

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"state secretary" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"state secretary" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"Thirty eight forecast what if they are forecast guys guys work things out loud election they hack our forecast but to this actual this is an actual worry is that as i said before that the places the firsthand sources where media like us get our state by state county by county elections results d chess officials are very worried that hackers would tamper with those systems that show the results so it's actually not a crazy thing they wouldn't have to our website they would just have to two factor authentication police on the model okay got it i'm only marginally involved with this but for the forecast and for for bunch of projects we do we deal with state secretary of state state election commission websites and data the ripple effect and let's just say those websites are not you know cutting edge you know it's it's there's a range desert rain that's that's the other thing is that some states are given funding for this some states are facing budget cuts right so a lot of times elections bore election boards are hamstrung just by what they've been given and these are bureaucrats who are working hard with what they have and i will say that it's you know these people i mean i think some of them are not happy i wrote this piece but it's also they face very real daytoday challenges of making this stuff happen and they basically only get flack you know so no it's a rock and a hard place situation for them and and i would just emphasize again to me it's like there's a lot the country has to do to kind of secure it's it's voting system but but as.

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"state secretary" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"state secretary" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"That's the number one question i get it is a secretary of state do you know in illinois the secretary of state is actually not not in charge of owning so i'm always sort of curious what it is well and it's different in every state so here in the state of alabama the secretary of state's office this is how i explain it to people the secretary of state's office manages all the files for the state you're a really really large filing cabinet for the state so you know legislative executive papers and digital papers i you know bills documents that all runs through the office also when you apply for a business license that comes through office well if you are running for public office and you need to file your committee and campaign you filed that with the state secretary of state's office we maintain it make sure elections or run smoothly and fairly we also what most people understand the secretary of state to do is yes we do manage all of the results of our election system and said that is what most people understand the current secretary of state to do but beyond that it is it's just a really large filing cabinet for the state of alabama and some fun stuff secretary of state eight is the the the official notary for the state of alabama when the governor signed stuff i jus apply that great feel of alabama and notarize document when the governor signed it so the current secretary of state alabama is republican and he is in office since twenty fifteen so he's in his first term now.

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"state secretary" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"state secretary" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

"All right at mnuchin steve mnuchin so currently united states secretary treasury yes his wife louise lynton which we should also talk about yes it has been in some softcore porn movies you can see them on the internet to school her name i steve was you know funding movies give us tell us a little bit more about him is he is stupid as he looks ice he is definitely a stupid as he looks um if not stupid her he and here i over i think it's definitely been are so he always seemed like he wasn't that some are and you know people who knew him at goldman sachs and knew him in the head turn worlds think it's absolutely terrifying that he uh is in this role he is like the least qualified person to ever be treasury secretary and he's also dislike like i don't know if we say this anymore but he's just like a show and he always has been a rather story i don't office from businessweek or wherever it was like he drove a porsche or a porsche or a ferrari when he was an underground at yale and dyke that's just i feel like a metaphor for like who he's sylla's um and i really feel like over the last six eight months he has become such a just you know he's he's got i don't think out of any one in a position his level noone else has more publicly put their head up trump's ass than him lay he he defended him with charlottesville he i think he put out a press release the other day just talking about how great trump's speech in ohio ones like it.

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"state secretary" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"state secretary" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"County this follows the approval of a local option sales tax in dallas county during the november election our top national story the big republican tax bill is headed back to the house after passage by the senate net vote came after midnight the iser fifty one the nays are forty eight the house already passed the final bill but it's coming back because the senate had to fix a couple of procedural snags house majority whip steve scalise what a great christmas present this is going to be to the american people alabama democrat terri sue will respond did it's more like the grinch stole christmas the bill slashes corporate tax rates and republicans say tax cuts will benefit all income classes democrats insisted is aimed at boosting the wealthiest americans and corporations in washington i'm terry more almost every member of i was congressional delegation supports the tax reform bill republican congressmen steve king telling who radio simon conway he's happy about this tax reform vote is any vote he's had in congress he said the tax reform bill may pave the way for stronger attempts to curb spending and balance the budget yet the army young started and get it running fellow we've got from revenue dream coming in the van enemy here to balance the budget in fact it will be possible fed of impossible i was loan democrat dave lopes sack voted against that he said the bill hurts too many working dan leaves and focuses on slashing taxes for wealthy americans a mexican tour bus carrying a group of cruiseship passengers on a mayan ruins excursion flipped over on a narrow highway tuesday king tomor ruse state secretary of tourism mirasol vanagas says more than a dozen people were injured mateen injured in arguing look at in hospital of millions of bannon and other centres void a stain now and at this time six of them are into luna and seven of them are in a hospital in check them out well according to the prosecutor's office there at least twelve people died in that crash including one child in a mexican tour guy the group contain passengers from two royal caribbean cruise ships the celebrity equinoxes and the serenade of the seas based in miami aaa is expecting a record number of americans travelling this holiday season more than one hundred and kevin million americans will travel at least fifty miles or more between saturday december 23rd.

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"state secretary" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"state secretary" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Country did like seven years in a row now i read and he got involved the night added who knows what he got involved with these did things he should have okay so right now if you're paying for looking is a senator look this situation i mean the the ruling more situation is so much top of mine particularly for people on the conservative side of things the do you think i mean you may think he should be disqualified to be a us senator for his positions on issues or his record as a chief justice of the state of alabama or whatever but do you think that these charges against him should disqualify him from serving the us had of people are talking about expelling him even if he also speech become afrikaners wants to get him in there and under the rules set at once you've been sworn in once your credentials from from the state secretary of state have been accepted you are you're nina aboard to investigation to they have to have here is that is the tricky part are they gonna have ten months a hearing before the expel them the senate can do what will do but i'll tell you what they don't want to do they don't want him to be the jona in the whale they believe that if they keep him then he responsible for him politically in their own elections that's the way look at it yeah well i'm not running for reelection as a republican senator but i think they have never seen so many people come out publicly against trump's interests and jump himself has been hiding in the weeds on this thing he has not said where he stance first choice that i haven't been watching television that i've been busy with world events and i'll think about it i hit this is a rare time we got up at six thirty in the morning and tweeted because he doesn't want to do that hate okay you want me to make a judgment i think the guy has to explain you can't just as when he asked explain his behavior as a young as a thirty year old guy who kept going back to this and johnston shopping mall looking for high school girls you will explain why we return with chris matthews his new book bobby kennedy a raging spirit is a terrific read and refreshing in.

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"state secretary" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"state secretary" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Donald trump has been sentenced to death for insulting ms agreement where i take these things somewhat seriously because it creates a context in which it makes it much harder among other things to say tomorrow there was an incident involving american b1 bombers or the a you got three carrier task forces in the pacific and just say there was some kind of an incident between us and north korean forces the idea that these two governments against this backdrop could manager an incident so it didn't escalate into a crisis that you'd have to be an optimist to think that so i do yeah i do take these things seriously within that is where was secretary tillerson you talked about this hour ago three ducks it again it's so important is this president so dominant the cabinet officers to shrink when you're on these trips several secretaries of state in the past i know didn't like traveling with the president because the secretary of state who's normally only senior official when you travel with the president you reduced to being staff second the president is the the voice of the united states secretary tillerson has played a secondary role here and on my own view is made the mistake of this fixation with restructuring and downsizing the state department at a moment that i i would think the diplomat demands on the united states argue just the opposite who's your colleague shinhan o'neill say the state department in some uh uh donna watch or we blind while the senior career person at the state department now is a gentleman named tom shannon who's the under secretary and his background is in latin america so what i don't know is how much are mr tillerson or anyone was listening to ambassador shanna be actually knows about the issue 10second now that we have a would go go biz will again in a second but i just want to do the other countries on the trip all in west question uh naturally for donald trump the trip was the greatest presidential trip ever made according to his tweets but from a distance when you look at what he did in each country uh what did the us get out of it for little and i think the biggest the when historians write about this trump the lead paragraph is going to be that the united states once again marginalized itself on what is the most important the dynamic in.

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