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Fresh update on "state supreme court" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Is our producer and here are the top stories we're following for you this evening. Georgia democratic senator Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker are making their final pitches ahead of Tuesday's runoff election, which has the nation watching for the key results. CBS News correspondent Christian Benavidez has more from Miami. And this election is about who is competent. And who has the character to represent the people of Georgia? Incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock is defending his seat against the GOP's Herschel Walker. But I want to make sure you know you're with the right horse right now. After about a week of early voting, more than 1.8 million people cast ballots, that's about a quarter of Georgia's active voters. Democrats are hoping for more breathing room and more power when building committees if they win that 51st Senate seat. George polling stations will open at 7 in the morning on Tuesday and close at 7 p.m.. The U.S. Supreme Court is about to confront a new elections case that could dramatically alter voting in the next presidential election. This case stems from North Carolina where Republican efforts to draw congressional districts heavily in their favor were blocked by the state Supreme Court, the GOP's filed a challenge to a court drawn map, which produced 7 seats for each party. Their question for the high court Wednesday will be if the U.S. Constitution's provision that gives state legislatures the power to make rules about the times places and manner of congressional elections should cut the state court out of the process and they're seeking to increase the power of state lawmakers when it comes to federal elections. A prominent conservative lawyer Michael Ludwig calls this the single most important case on American democracy in the nation's history. Jackie Quinn, Washington. For the second time in 5 years, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a Colorado case centering around a business owner refusing to make creative works for a same sex wedding based on their religious beliefs. Reporter Olivia young. The case centers around littleton designer Laurie Smith. She wants to expand her business three O three creative to begin offering wedding websites. But says her faith prevents her from doing so for same sex marriages. Now, Colorado has a public accommodation law requiring businesses to provide services to anyone. So even though Smith has not been asked to make a wedding website for a same sex couple, she is suing the Colorado civil rights commission, saying the law violates her constitutional right to free speech. In 2018, another Colorado business owner took a similar case to the Supreme Court, Lakewood baker Jack Phillips won in the high court after refusing to make a wedding cake for a gay couple. 8 35 Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer is blasting former president Donald Trump for saying that parts of the constitution should be suspended to overturn the results of the 2020 election. Donald
Eric Holder "extremely concerned" about Supreme Court elections case
"The U.S. Supreme Court is about to confront a new elections case that could dramatically alter voting in the next presidential election. This case stems from North Carolina where Republican efforts to draw congressional districts heavily in their favor were blocked by the state Supreme Court, the GOP has filed a challenge to a court drawn map, which produced 7 seats for each party. Their question for the high court Wednesday will be if the U.S. Constitution's provision that gives state legislatures the power to make rules about the times places and manner of congressional elections should cut the state court out of the process and they're seeking to increase the power of state lawmakers when it comes to federal elections. A prominent conservative lawyer Michael Ludwig calls this the single most important case on American democracy in the nation's history. Jackie Quinn, Washington
Fresh update on "state supreme court" discussed on AP News Radio
" The U.S. Supreme Court is about to confront a new elections case that could dramatically alter voting in the next presidential election. This case stems from North Carolina where Republican efforts to draw congressional districts heavily in their favor were blocked by the state Supreme Court, the GOP has filed a challenge to a court drawn map, which produced 7 seats for each party. Their question for the high court Wednesday will be if the U.S. Constitution's provision that gives state legislatures the power to make rules about the times places and manner of congressional elections should cut the state court out of the process and they're seeking to increase the power of state lawmakers when it comes to federal elections. A prominent conservative lawyer Michael Ludwig calls this the single most important case on American democracy in the nation's history. Jackie Quinn, Washington.
Georgia high court allows Saturday voting for Senate runoff
"Georgia counties will be able to hold early voting this Saturday in the Senate runoff election between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker. It's the only possible Saturday for early voting before the runoff on December 6th. Republicans had objected, citing state law that says early in person voting is not allowed on a Saturday if the Thursday or Friday before is a holiday. Since Thanksgiving is tomorrow, the state and GOP group said that includes this Saturday. Democrats argued the ban does not apply to runoff elections. The state Supreme Court has left in place a lower court ruling allowing the voting to happen this Saturday, Sagar Meghani, Washington.
"state supreme court" Discussed on KOMO
"Until certification November 28th, so cue the Axl Rose. Taylor van syce, northwest news radio. A man was killed in Seattle as a King County metro bus left a bus zone on Mercer island near Queen, and avenue this afternoon. Police say the driver was not aware that somebody had been hid and continued to drive off the bus was eventually found and investigators are gathering surveillance evidence. A mistrial in a high profile murder case, the latest from northwest news radio's jeopardy. Darkest Allen is accused of helping Maurice Clemens flee the scene after Clemens killed four Lakewood police officers in 2009. Allen was convicted for his involvement back in 2015. But the state Supreme Court overturned that conviction due to prosecutorial misconduct, a retrial began in October, but now after more than ten days of deliberations, jurors say they are unable to reach a verdict. The judge has declared a mistrial. A hearing is now set for December 16th at which a date for a third trial will likely be set. Jeff pojo and northwest news radio, an emotional public memorial service today at climate pledge arena for 32 year old community leader Devon Pickett junior, Devon grew up in the central district. He played basketball at Seattle U overseas professionally, and then came back to the CD as a business owner, leader and mentor. The ceremony was emotional and pointed mayor Bruce herold. What it played on the same streets that Devon played on. You know, as mayor, I get calls a lot sometimes. The call will be as it was two days ago that one of
"state supreme court" Discussed on KOMO
"Radio 1000 FM 97 7 stay connected, stay informed. Good evening it is 7 O 6 I'm Kelly blier and here's what's happening. A mistrial has been declared in the case of darkest Allen, details from northwest news radios, Jeff pojo Allen is the accused getaway driver for Maurice Clemens, the man who shot and killed four Lakewood police officers in 2009. Allen was previously convicted for his alleged involvement in the massacre and sentenced to 420 years in prison. But the state Supreme Court overturned that conviction due to prosecutorial misconduct. The retrial began in October, but it now appears jurors are unable to reach a verdict. The judge has declared a mistrial. Jeff pojo in northwest news radio. Julie Anderson has conceded the pierce county auditor who was running as an independent for Secretary of State, says she trusts the results and is ready to help Steve Hobbs in any way she can. Hobbes now becomes the first Democrat elected to the position in nearly 60 years. The latest vote tally has him with more than 54,000 vote advantage. Washington Secretary of State urges patience with the continued ballot counting, though, secretary Steve Hobbs says the 21 day certification window in Washington, prioritizes accuracy in election officials are still working to verify signatures and process ballots. More than 2.4 million ballots were sent in, meaning statewide turnout was just over 51%. A man is dead after he was hit by a King County metro bus in Seattle this afternoon, the crash happened around 2 p.m. today in the westbound lanes of Mercer street near Seattle center, according to police the driver of the bus didn't know any one had been hit, and continued to drive away from a bus stop that driver is reportedly cooperating with the investigation. An emotional public memorial service today at climate pledge arena in Seattle for 30 for a 32 year old community leader Devon Pickett junior hit the sun comes
Pennsylvanians scurry to fix mail-in ballots after ruling
"There are last minute voting issues in the Keystone state Some of Pennsylvania's largest counties were among those working today to help voters fix mail in ballots that have fatal flaws like incorrect dates or missing signatures on the envelopes Elections officials in Philadelphia and Allegheny which includes Pittsburgh were responding to state Supreme Court orders in recent days that said mail in ballots may not be counted if they lack accurate handwritten dates on the outside of the envelopes ahead of a key Senate contest between Democrat John fetterman and Republican mehmet Oz more than a million mail in absentee ballots have been sent in I'm Shelley Adler
Democrats Blame Violent Attack on Republican Political Rhetoric
"A lot of strange aspects to the story. It is a bizarre story which you would expect when you've got a bizarre man this lunatic who attacked Paul Pelosi with a hammer, of course the Democrats do not miss an opportunity to let a crisis go to waste. No siree. It's Republicans fault this happened. How does it feel to be lectured by people who didn't say a word when a guy tried to assassinate every Republican he could on a baseball field or didn't say a word about rhetoric? When a guy nearly assassinated Brett Kavanaugh over his rulings on the United States Supreme Court, has that feel to be scolded and have a finger wagged in your face that it's our fault that some whack job breaks into Paul and Nancy Pelosi's home. You know, sometimes we need to accept that violent, unhinged people, do violent unhinged things, and we've sure seen a lot of that in the last few years in America, but to blame political rhetoric for violence like this is almost comical when the same people chirping and harping about political violence are utterly mute when it is a leftist.
"state supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Going back out on tour after unveiling a new album. It's called Queen of me, it'll come out in early February, and she'll follow that up with a tour that begins in late April, she'll start out on the West Coast before going all around the country, and even overseas. Dolly Parton is working on new music on Friday, the singer announced that while her touring days are behind her, she still plans on giving occasional special shows in the future, so fans have a chance to see her live, Parton also said she's working on a rock album prior to her upcoming induction into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which she'll join on November 5th. She said there's no better time to do it than now in hopes to get some rock legends singing along with her on the album. I'm Kris Karachi. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. During jury selection, prosecutors said some witnesses for the prosecution in the criminal tax fraud case against the Trump organization won't meet with the district attorney's office. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Prosecutor Joshua Stein glass made the statement in front of prospective jurors in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan, prompting the defense to object on the judge to dismiss the potential jurors from the courtroom for a hearing outside their presence. The defense lawyers complained that Stein glass had gone too far in telling the jury prospects that Trump employees could be reluctant witnesses. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet, Brazilian president jair Bolsonaro and former president Luis in asio Lula da Silva made their final appeals for support ahead of tomorrow's presidential runoff in Brazil. The top U.S. derivatives regulator is poised to deny a plan that could let Americans bet on politics ahead of next month's elections commodity futures trading commission staff have recommended that the agency reject a bid by the exchange Kelsey Inc to offer contracts that would let people wager $25,000 on which party will control Congress. That, according to people with knowledge of the matter. New York regulators failed to do all they could to sideline a poorly maintained stretch limousine that you'll remember Korean to down a hill and crashed in 2018, killing 20 people. That, according to a state watchdog, state inspector general Lucy Lang released a report last night echoing federal regulators who concluded in 2020 that the Department of Transportation and department of motor vehicles fell short in their oversight of the limousine, which crashed into a shallow ravine in west Albany, New York on October 6th of 2018. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg
Nevada Supreme Court allows early hand-counting of votes
"There will be early hand counting of votes in one Nevada county I'm Lisa dwyer The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that a rural Nevada county can start hand counting mail in ballots two weeks before election day But the county won't be allowed to live stream the tallying in order to make sure the voting results aren't accidentally released The state Supreme Court said that that plan was just too risky The ruling is in response to an emergency petition filed by the ACLU of Nevada which challenged nigh county's plan to start hand counting votes as early as Wednesday The hand count will take place alongside machine tabulators the court also ordered the county to require observers to certify that they will not release any information regarding the vote count process early I'm Lisa dwyer
Jack Phillips: A Legal Battle Against Religious Beliefs
"Start from the beginning here I mean you're a guy you run a business you're an American success story Like anyone else you apply your artistic endeavors to your cakes and how does this whole story start Because we've been dealing with your story for years This isn't new How did it start Yeah Well the original lawsuit started in 2012 But first let me just say that at masterpiece cake shop we serve everybody who comes into our shop regardless of any of that stuff We just don't create every message that people ask us to So back in 2012 when two men came in and asked me to create a wedding cake to celebrate their same sex wedding I tried to politely tell them I'll serve you anything else I'll do other custom work for you So do anything my store you're welcome here but I can't create that cake because of wedding cake has an inherent message And I can't express that message They stormed out of my shop filed a point with the state of Colorado state sued me In that case that case worked its way up to the United States Supreme Court where eventually won 7 to two which was really cool But at the same time we had another complaint filed by an attorney here in Colorado that asked us to create a cake celebrating gender transition And again we told this person we serve everybody we can make you other custom work but we can't design that cake because it's a message that I can't express But that person took a complaint to the Colorado civil rights commission again They sued us but eventually they dismissed it And now that person is suing us in civil court So that's why we were in the news recently because we had our day in court at the Colorado Court of Appeals So we're waiting for that decision So there's the short version of a ten year story
Remember When California Schools Worshipped Aztec Gods?
"Year, 2021, the state board of education in California. I'm really curious if you remember this. Approved a model curriculum and ethnic studies that included prayers to the Aztec gods. You do remember that? The affirmations, chance and energizers were meant to bring the class together and build unity around ethnic studies principles and values and reinvigorate the class. These include these prayers include the enlarged affirmation and Aztec prayer calling on tezcatlipoca, quetzalcoatl. She be totec and hunab coup. 20 times the names of these Aztec gods are invoked as they are asked to help such things as strength that allows us to transform and renew. So you are now allowed in California to pray to Aztec gods, but not the God of the Bible. Get it? That was, that was prohibited in 1962 by the United States Supreme Court. Any prayer to the God of the Bible who was the God of the universe. These are Aztec gods. The God of the Bible is the God of all humanity, can't get more inclusive than that.
Dick Morris: The Importance of Moore v. Harper
"It's called more versus operated states, North Carolina case. Where the Republicans have sued because the state Supreme Court to allow the congressional report from it. And the Republicans tend to think that the governors and the state courts and the state secretaries of state have no jurisdiction at all over how elections at the federal level are run in their state. State elections they do, but federal elections, they don't. And that's because the constitution article three section four is the time places in matters of holding elections for the senator of Congress shall be determined by the state legislature, not the governor. It's not the state themselves. But only by the legislatures. And the reason this is so important is that there are 5 states that are swing states where the Republican majority and the state legislature have passed perfect election reform law. No drop boxes, no excuse, absentee ballots, no same daily requiring photo ID and all that stuff. But the democratic governor is in those states of vetoing the bill. And this decision which stripped them of the veto authority and the legislature can act on its own. Those states are Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina, the key swing state. And I believe this will eliminate ballot broad. Because these states can pass airtight laws like they have in Arizona Florida and Georgia. And I think that we can be sure, but honest selection with this new decision. The court has decided to get before judges voted to hear the case, which the conservatives, which means it's probably going to pass, probably by 6 to three majority.
Lone Mississippi abortion clinic seeks legal path to reopen
"I Mike rossia reporting the lone Mississippi abortion clinic seeks a legal path to reopen They are defeated put your foot on their neck Although Mississippi's only abortion clinic closed its doors Wednesday on the eve of a state law taking effect that bans most abortions pro life and pro choice protesters faced off outside the facility Thursday At the same time lawyers for Jackson women's health organization asked the state Supreme Court to block the new law that was triggered by the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in late June that overturned roe V wade The attorneys for the clinic argue that in 1988 the Mississippi Supreme Court ruled the state constitution has a right to privacy that includes abortion
Post-Roe, Women Discover How Their Employer Influences Abortion Access
"Abortion providers and patients across the country have been struggling to navigate the evolving legal landscape around abortion laws and access I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Texas clinics have been turning away patients rescheduling them and now face canceling appointments again after the Texas Supreme Court blocked a lower court order late Friday that had given some confidence to resume abortions The state had left an abortion ban on the books for the past 50 years walrus was in place but a Houston judge on Tuesday reassured some clinics they could temporarily resume abortions up to 6 weeks into pregnancy Texas attorney general Ken Paxton quickly asked the state Supreme Court stocked with 9 Republican justices to temporarily put that order on hold which it did Friday night In Florida a law banning abortions after 15 weeks went into effect Friday
The Liberty Amendments & the Supreme Court
"This book helped launch along with meckel's group The article 5 movement and it was written published 9 years ago 9 years ago One of the amendments that I proposed one of the liberty amendments that I proposed In addition to establishing term limits for justice which I still believe in Included the following Section four of the proposed amendment Upon three fifths vote of the House of Representatives and the Senate Three fifths vote not three fourths three fifths Congress may override a majority opinion rendered by the Supreme Court I'll explain why I did that That's continue Section 5 The congressional override under section four is not subject to a presidential veto In shall not be the subject of litigation or review in any federal or state courts In other words Congress three fifths of both houses can simply overrule a majority Supreme Court opinion There is no judicial review there's no action by the president Section 6 upon three fifths vote of the several state legislatures The states may override a majority opinion rendered by the Supreme Court That is three fifths of the state legislatures not a governor not a state court a state Supreme Court the legislature section 7 The states override under section 6 shall not be the subject of litigation or review in any federal or state court Or oversight or interference by Congress or the president
How the Supreme Court Won the Election for Donald Trump
"Now, governor Tate raised, we got a minute left. I want to cover the gun control case. New York's law was struck down. I do not believe Mississippi is one of the 6 other states that had discretion vested in bureaucrats as to whether or not to issue a carry pyramid in the event of someone concerned about their safety. What was your reaction to that decision by the Supreme Court? It's another win for the Second Amendment is another win for the United States Constitution. And that's one of the things that when the former president was elected in 2016, he put people only United States Supreme Court as you'll recall, that was a major issue in that campaign. Decided it. And won him the election, do you agree with me on that? I think that's exactly right. And the president did exactly what he said it was going to do. And what the American people said that they wanted him to do. And that is the appointed people to the court that can read the constitution and they can give the rights back to the people. And to our, in our case and the Dallas case to allow for the elected representatives to allow democracy to work in the case of abortions and other areas. And so I thought it was a great win for and I'm hoping today that the states get another great win in the EPA case because they don't have the authority to regulate and Congress ought to do its job, not EPA, make up rules.
"state supreme court" Discussed on WGN Radio
"As the phone number I am rich valdes valdes with an S at rich valdes on all of the social media. I'm your guest host tonight Jim is off and our guest is Michael Henry. Michael Henry is a lawyer from New York. He's also a candidate for attorney general in New York and I want to set this up by tossing to a report from CBS News, listen to this. A New York State Supreme Court rules that non citizens can not vote in local elections in January, the New York City council passed a law allowing legal residents, including those with green cards to vote in municipal elections starting in 2023. A group of Republican lawmakers filed suit in Staten Island Supreme Court to block the measure which would have allowed an estimated 800,000 people to vote for mayor public advocates, city council and borough, presidents, the law did not allow non citizens to vote in state or federal elections. Okay, so this was an unconstitutional action from the beginning. It was argued in court and we're back. Our guest, Michael Henry. Welcome to the program. Good to be with you, rich. All right, my brother. So I want to get your take on this because again, you and I were both there when the city council speaker said, if you guys, in fact, pass this law, we are going to sue you. You're going to sue the pants right off of you and get this thing reversed. And guess what? There's now a pantless law that's not constitutional and it's been overturned by the Supreme Court in the state of New York. Tell us about it. Yeah, so I think that won the state party chair Nick langworthy and especially Joe borelli the minority leader on the New York City council deserve a lot of credit for taking this fight up. Look, it's clear. The New York State constitution explicitly defined the citizen and has age and residents are requirements on who's able to vote and New York State election law specifically defines citizens in state local state and local elections, even at the village or town level. So this was clear that this was a violation of the New York State constitution and the judge in Staten Island Supreme Court said basically said that if they wanted non citizens to have these rights or be able to vote, they should have expressively said selling the constitution and there was nothing that expressly said anything about non citizens being able to vote. And I think this is a big win. There was a little misinformation a lot of people were saying that this was for illegal aliens to be able to vote. That was not the case. It was for people with green cards or temporary status. But we all know how the left operates if they would have got this and would have eventually went to a legal aliens, and then it would have went to statewide. And I think this judge went with the side of the law. I mean, he made it clear. It's a plain reading of the state constitution of election law and even contradicts or has a conflict with municipal code. So it was a win for those who believe in the rule of law. And there was also a bipartisan opposition to this. So it was a very good day for the voters of the city of New York. Yeah, I tend to agree with that. I mean, I think the idea that allowing someone who's not a citizen of the United States to vote in any election is just, it's kind of atypical. Now, this was the argument that they made, though, was saying, hey, look, we're not going to let them vote for United States Senate or for Congress or for president, but this is where they live. They have to be able to vote for the school board. They have to be able to vote for mayor and for everything else that comes in between at the local level here in the city of New York. And again, like so many poison pills, they come wrapped in candy and they try to make it sound good and favorable to people and they hit you with a little bit of, well, you don't want to ostracize these people and we want to help to normalize things and they try to use an emotional appeal, but ultimately I think one has to think, you know, there are people that fought for a very long time because of the color of your skin or because of other factors like they came from another country and they had to pay and wait to become a first resident and then a citizen and to say that we're just going to bypass all of that and give this privilege of voting to me as a smack in the face for anybody who's an immigrant or anybody who's African American. Or even a woman who didn't always have the right to vote. No, I agree with you. That's the one thing, as I said, is this really devalues what legal immigrants who became who are in citizenship have done. It diminishes their accomplishment. And some of these arguments quite frankly, you had multiple bushes here, right? If someone has temporary status, that means they're able to vote on matters in the city that are going to affect the city resident like myself, let's say, for four, 8, ten years down the road, also you have to look at what kind of mess this creates, so they can only vote in a city election, but they can't vote in a state or a federal election. So now you're going to have hybrid ballots, or you're going to have specially marked ballots. I mean, the board of elections already has enough issues as it is. The whole thing was a mess. And even the one argument I also heard made that they said, well, it's like taxation without representation. Well, there's people that live in New Jersey. There's people who live in Connecticut. They come and work in New York during the day. Are they supposed to be able to vote because they're paying taxes in New York? This was just quite honestly one slap in the face to anybody who earns citizenship. Secondly, it was going to create a mess and then thirdly, these arguments look, they threw arguments against the wall. They had no respect for the rule of law and they were doing this because it was a power grab to try and get 8 to 900,000 more votes and they felt like if they were able to do this, they're going to control the mayor's office in the city government for years to come. And the long-term effects it would have on city residents allowing people that are probably not going to be here long term to vote was quite frankly just with any benefit of whatsoever. All right folks, we're on with Michael Henry, he's an attorney and a candidate for attorney general in New York State. Now, Michael Henry, so we talked about this non citizens voting. And to me it was open and shut then and it was open and shut now and thank God for that. I'm glad it didn't become a law and had to be overturned after a hundred and some odd years like the New York gun law did. But I'd like to get your reaction to
Elizabeth Warren Calls for Packing the Supreme Court
"Look at a Elizabeth Warren. The senator from Massachusetts. The Republicans have been very overt about trying to get people through the court who didn't have a published record on roe, but who they knew wink wink nod were going to be extremists on the issue of roe versus wade. And that is exactly what we have ended up with. This court has lost legitimacy. They have burned whatever legitimacy they may still have had after their gun decision after their voting decision after their union decision. They just took the last of it and set a torch to it. With the roe versus wade opinion. I believe we need to get some confidence back in our court. And that means we need more justices on the United States Supreme Court. There it is. There it is. Saying the quiet part out loud. Pack the court. We got to quickly install about 5 or 6 radical leftist Supreme Court Justices and that'll solve everything
SCOTUS Strikes Down NY Gun Law, Expanding Concealed Carry Rights
"Breaking news today, the United States Supreme Court has a landmark decision. One that will live for quite a long time. God willing, the Supreme Court strikes down New York's gun carrying restrictions. The Second Amendment applies outside of the home the court says a 6 three decision. It is the New York State rifle and pistol association V Bruin. The Supreme Court has officially struck down a New York gun control law that required people to show proper cause to get a license to carry a concealed handgun outside of the home. Marbury versus Madison was a landmark Supreme Court decision that established the principle of judicial review. The idea of judicial review is essential to a constitutional republic. An independent judiciary must be able to strike down laws and statutes that they find to violate the
Dana Goldberg on the Electoral Virus That Has Infected the GOP
"Speaking of viruses, you know, we played Chuck Schumer there at the beginning and talking about the virus. It's in fact the GOP that they don't believe in free and fair elections anymore apparently. It's happening everywhere. I could not be so I'm from New Mexico. If you're following the story, my dear friend, my childhood friend Maggie Toulouse, who is now a Secretary of State in New Mexico. Oh, wow. Yeah, she's bringing in the state Supreme Court because the GOP in New Mexico is refusing to certify the primary elections. Like you're already starting there. That's right. So I could not be more proud of her, but this is terrifying. It's going to start happening in states. And New Mexico is not red. No. It's just they happen to have a Republican enough Republican legislatures in the legislature too cause trouble. And so this is what's happening. We need to be vigilant about this. It's going to start happening in all of the states because of what he did because of all of the refusal to accept the results of the election. They're just writing this wave. It's awful. It's the big lie has infected their party. And anyone thinks they can do this
Rev. James Harden on the String of Pro-Life Pregnancy Center Attacks
"So it seems in a couple days, maybe a couple of weeks, the United States Supreme Court is going to repeal roe versus wade, which would bring abortion, which send abortion back down to the states. It's a state's rights issue. Unfortunately, as this has been rumored because it was illegally leaked, still no arrest because of the leak. We have started to see in a mass amount of violence against pro life centers, across America, firebombing, and vandalism. One of those centers is happen in New York City and the person who runs that is the guy by the name of James R Hardin, reverend James R Hardin, who's the CEO of compass care pregnancy services, and he joins us right now. James, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. It's an honor to be here with you, Charlie. Tell us about what happened to your clinic. Well, about a week ago Tuesday, police and fire rescue responded to smoke coming out of our facility at two 30 in the morning. And they arrived to find broken glass and fire excellent in our facility and on the wall was scrawled Jane was here. A signature kind of trademark for a pro abortion terrorist group called Jane's revenge. James revenge refers to an underground abortion group in Chicago in the 1960s called the janes collective. And so they're not about women's rights. They're not about choice. They're about abortion. Their motto is if abortion isn't safe, then neither are you. And their intent was to shut us down into scare us, but they didn't. We were up and running the very next day. We had to reroute patients out to our Russia facility. Put some hardship in our patients, but we're continuing to serve patients even now. We will stop and we're not
Dana Perino: Dems Have to Take a Stand or Admit Complicity
"On Fox News channel's the 5 yesterday reacting to the news of the arrest of this man from California being formally charged with the attempted murder of a United States Supreme Court Justice. There's a couple things that just happened. First of all, this group Ruth sent us. It's like the westboro baptist church, right? Right. Except for except for one thing and judge, you correct me if I'm wrong, it's illegal to protest at the home of a justice. Yes, it is. Okay, so Ruth sent us is going to go to they were at his house today. They plan to be there tonight. If I was an attorney general of the United States, I'd say to rest them all. And Biden should say, they absolutely should be prosecuted. You can not do this. They have to take a stand tonight, and if they don't take a stand tonight, they are complicit. The other thing is that the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi has been slow walking this bill that passed that Senate unanimously. To protect Supreme Court Justices, why is she doing that fast track it tonight? And if you don't, you're complicit. The third thing is that vice president Harris should come out and try to calm people down. For years, they've been saying that if roe V wade is overturned, that the police patty wagons are going to show up and arrest every woman in sight. Now they're saying that roe V wade, if it's overturned, it's going to kill women. And now you have this person who said, I will have a life's purpose. By killing somebody that they think is so evil, what if Kevin was not even good? What if you voted the other way? They don't know. They are so stupid. Right, it's absolutely absurd and I felt a little emotional about it because I know Brett Kavanaugh for a long time. One of my dearest friends when I worked in The White House. And his wife, Ashley, is lovely. And he has two daughters. Right. His daughters deserve this. Do they deserve to go to school and have to deal with the fact that somebody was going to sneak into their home? And kill them. Yeah. And if you don't do something about it tonight, you're complicit. Yes. If you don't do something about it, Schumer, your complicit.
Will a Reporter Ask Schumer About Inciting Violence Against Kavanaugh?
"Which reporter is going to ask him how it feels to have possibly motivated a man from California to track down Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's home, I wonder how Chuck Schumer feels about his vicious, angry kooky rhetoric. About what will happen if the United States Supreme Court rules in a way that is not favorable towards roe V wade and allows states to determine a woman's right to an abortion, not a federal law, do you remember what Chuck Schumer said? In 2020, after president Trump appointed conservatives to the Supreme Court and the left started freaking out that roe V wade would be struck down, let's take a little stroll together down memory lane. And they're taking away fundamental rights. I want to tell you Gorsuch. I want to tell you, Kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind. And you will pay the price. You won't know what hit you. If you go forward with these awful decisions, well, where are you today, senator Schumer, now that a man from California, an armed man charged with attempted murder, they're not playing around with this guy. They're not charging him with some kind of low level. They are charging him literally the authorities are convinced that this man was outside Brett Kavanaugh's house with the intention of killing him.
"state supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom The city has a new gun violence SAAR a team Mitchell was named to that post by the mayor earlier this week He spoke this morning at the national action network headquarters in east Harlem Mitchell has worked against violence in the city having founded Brooklyn based anti violence group man up New York won reports his appointment has also been met with some controversy as Mitchell has served time behind bars Adams has defended his pick and today Mitchell addressed concerns saying he has the past that makes him the right person for the job An employee who survived the racist mass shooting in the buffalo supermarket is seeking a court order to question the 18 year old gunman's parents under oath in anticipation of filing a lawsuit against them The filings Friday and state Supreme Court asked that Peyton gendron's parents Paul and Pamela of Conklin provide depositions by July 29th Corporate America is ratcheting up its warnings about the U.S. economy The story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Executives from Jamie Dimon and Elon Musk to Gary Friedman that had a furniture retailer RH all cautioned investors last week to be wary of an economic downturn After months of strong consumer spending and supply chain improvements some of the country's most outspoken corporate leaders have started intensifying alarms about decades high inflation and impending interest rate hikes Bloomberg's Charlie pellet there Well it's Pride Month and there's lots going on in and around the city Tomorrow check out the first official pride celebration in owl's head park with gay ridge an LGBTQIA+ community group in south Brooklyn with a picnic performances games live music and more The event runs tomorrow noon to 5 p.m. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Suzanne Palmer This is Bloomberg.
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"Sports Todd stories were following this morning on WTO piece of civilian evacuations moved forward in patches of battle scarred eastern Ukraine Saturday a day after a missile strike killed at least 52 people and wounded more than a hundred at a train station where thousands clamored to leave before an expected Russian onslaught As you heard Frank mentioned former Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins a product of the bullets school in Montgomery county is dead at the age of 24 The quarterback who had signed with Pittsburgh was hit and killed by a dump truck along a South Florida highway early Saturday Maryland lawmakers override governor Larry Hogan's veto and it lacked legislation to expand access to abortion services The General Assembly also voting to overturn Hogan's veto of a paid family leave act on Saturday Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just moments It's two 17 in Idaho that state Supreme Court temporarily blocks restrictive abortion legislation just signed into law Idaho last month became the first state to enact legislation modeled after the Texas statute banning abortions after about 6 weeks The ruling from Idaho's high court in a lawsuit brought by Planned Parenthood means the new law won't go into effect as planned on April 22nd The state Supreme Court instructed both sides to file further briefs as it considers the case last month Republican governor Brad little signed into law the measure that would have allowed people who would have been family members to sue doctors who perform abortions after cardiac activity is detected in embryos I'm Julie Walker Travis and weather on the 8s at two 18 we go to Carlos Ramirez in the WTO traffic.
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"Than three decades after his death pop artist Andy Warhol is everywhere In museum exhibitions Christie's auction house new plays upcoming movies and the Netflix documentary series the Andy Warhol diaries Andy Warhol's greatest work of art is Andy world Genius Art music film Fashion He broke every row of he made you look at things in a completely different way but that's what R is And now the Supreme Court will decide whether Warhol's series of images of rock icon prints made people look at a photograph of the musician in a completely different way Were those paintings a transformative work of art or were they an appropriation of the photograph by Lynn goldsmith joining these intellectual property litigator Terrence Ross a partnered cat and rosenman Warhol's painting of prince was done back in 1984 The lawsuit was just brought in 2019 Tell us about the history of this You know what happened Jim this all arises out of a photograph that Lynn goldsmith took a prince in 1981 that sort of clock prints in a very interesting light and received a lot of recognition at the time A few years later 1984 goldsmith's agent licenses that photograph to Vanity Fair specifically so Vanity Fair and create some secondary artwork for an article they're doing about prints They did not disclose that Andy Warhol was the artist they'd hired to do that but arguably that use was licensed However here's what's happens Andy Warhol then continuing to use the phone graph created 15 other works that were not used in Vanity Fair The apparently were sold and then he passed away three years later the early months in 1987 Link goldsmith contends that the first time she learned of these 15 other works that Andy Warhol had created admittedly based on the photograph from 1981 that she had taken a she says first time he learned that was 2016 And so she calls up by this point Andy or Hong died So is rice are in the Andy Warhol foundation for the visual art So she calls up that Warhol foundation and says hey what's going on here This strikes me as copyright infringement And the foundation rather than negotiating files a lawsuit against her in New York seeking a declaration of that mister Warhol's use back in 1984 her photograph was a fair use and that brings us to where we are today So is it the concept of fair use that's the key issue here The court case was brought in New York federal court and the judge who handled that United States this corporates other district New York made a ruling pre trial that the use minister Warhol made of the photograph was protected by the fair use statute which is section one O 7 of the United States copyright act Miss goldsmith appealed that finding to the second circuit which handles peels out of a southern district New York And the second circuit disagreed with the judgment of the district court and held that it was not a fair use and reversed the foundation has now gone to the United States Supreme Court while it's known as a red assert CRA seeking permission to appeal this decision from the second circuit and just within the last week The United States Supreme Court rant at that research and will hear the appeal sometime next fall Can you simply explain what fair use is Or is it impossible to simply explain it That's true I'll do my best Fair use is a statutory defense against copyright infringement It's actually in the copyright act it provides that a secondary use of a copyright work may be fair if the court considers four factors that are non exclusive factors but their four factors and makes a judgment that the use is appropriate on the statute of four factors are the purpose and character of the use specifically whether it's a commercial use or nonprofit educational use That's a very important factor Second factor is the nature of the copyright at work this is a copyright at work a biography of the famous leader So that's all factual and would get less protection than a wholly fictional work The third factor is the amount of potentiality that was used by the second work So you're using a 100% of the work That's bad for their use defense You're just taking a small tiny clip from out of the movie perhaps That's a better argument that fair use to apply And then the fourth factor is the effect of the secondary use upon the potential market or value of the copyright at work Those are the four factors did not exclusive courts often look at other factors but the purpose here that Congress had in mind and has existed the common law long before the 1976 copyright act was enacted The concept here is that we have to have a safety valve for certain types of uses that society favors wants to encourage but might under overly strict interpretation of copyright infringement And so we have the safety file that allows courts in individual instances to say Now this is a sort of thing we want people to be doing So we're going to allow it under this fair use doctor Because keep in mind the tradeoff that our country gives authors and creators with a copyright is that you get certain limited rights for a limited period of time in order to benefit society as a whole and encourage creation But unlike a patent that copyright is not a monopoly And so that's really what fair use is about Coming up why did the court take this case This is Bloomberg Facebook has invested $13 billion in teams and technology to enhance safety over the last 5 years Over the last few months they've taken down 1.7 billion fake accounts Learn more about their ongoing work at about FB dot com slash safety Even in the time when almost nothing is easy one thing has been effortless And now our most important stories of the morning Accessing the.
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"The type of guy that will go into a situation like that without hesitation And the least we could do is come here and show our respect for that kind of bravery and selfless service Pierce county sheriff's deputy Don colada A warning from UW law students the trauma of racism can be a barrier when it comes to assessing unbiased legal assistance Corben hake explains Lawyers and other legal professionals need to understand bipoc clients often come to them already traumatized by racism Trauma affects the access to justice and the quality of justice UW law student Kenneth Nelson points to a study submitted to the state Supreme Court in which participants describe the barriers they have faced Every person participating in these engagement sessions felt that individuals of color are not treated fairly or equitably in the criminal justice system Many participants spoke specifically about how bias and stereotypes criminalized bipoc individuals Nelson and other students proposed training in what they call trauma informed lawyering in which lawyers develop an awareness of trauma and the various levels of racism that may impact their clients their colleagues and even themselves Corwin hake northwest news radio Time now to head over to the Beacon plumbing sports desk the Cinderella story continues for the Saint Peter's peacocks the small New Jersey school tonight beat basketball powerhouse perdue Kansas beat Providence North Carolina UCLA Iowa state Miami just now getting started In cactus Lee and cactus league baseball tonight in Arizona the Mariners are up on the White Sox one nothing in the second inning and Bill Schwartz tells us about a veteran reliever who could help Seattle's talented bullpen The strength of the Mariners 2001 ball club was a young relief court now Seattle ads 39 year old Sergio Romo a man with plenty of stickers on the baseball suitcase playing for his 8th big league club Romo elated to get a phone call from Seattle for a couple of reasons You know West Coast And on a team that has a legitimate shot to win you know that's expecting.
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"The world Bremerton's praying football coach goes before the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court I'm Jeff posal of the latest on the way That's just one of the northwest stories we have coming up after ABC News it's 6 o'clock From ABC News I'm Daria albinger President Biden confirming Russia has used a hypersonic missile in Ukraine Consequential weapon But with the same warhead on it as any other launch missile it doesn't make that much difference except it's almost impossible to stop it There's a reason they're using it The president says Putin has his back against the wall and he may resort to using even more dangerous tools The most red pro Kremlin newspaper for a while appearing to report almost 10,000 Russian soldiers killed in this war and that's far higher than any official Russian figure so far and then mysteriously shortly afterwards those numbers disappeared from their website with the paper claiming that they've been hacked and in a further crackdown on free speech a Russian court outlawing Facebook and Instagram claiming that those organizations are extremist ABC and panel and Kyiv a powerful line of storms is moving across Texas at least one tornado was confirmed near jacksboro Jack county emergency management coordinator Frank ever We've got a lot of damage a lot of houses that are destroyed and we're still trying to press the full value of what's happening A reported tornado in Round Rock damaged homes and businesses and caused some injuries The Senate Judiciary Committee is preparing for the second day of confirmation hearings for an historic Supreme Court nominee Judge Kathy Brown Jackson delivered her opening remarks today As her two daughters looked on Jackson acknowledging the challenges of being a working mother Girls I know it has not been easy as I've tried to navigate the challenges of juggling my career and motherhood This is her fourth Senate confirmation hearing ABC's congressional correspondent Rachel Scott Former president Trump's personal assistant at The White House Nick Luna answer questions today for the house January 6th committee You're listening to ABC News Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station Northwest news radio Good evening northwest news time now 6 O two downtown Seattle with clouds and occasionally some scattered drizzle where at 50° I'm ELISA jaffe with Rick van sys and here's what's happening The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear a case of religious discrimination out of Seattle 7 years ago the union gospel mission declined to hire Matthew Woods as a staff attorney the organization said its code of conduct prohibits homosexual activity Woods who is bisexual suit The trial court held that the union gospel mission was exempt from anti discrimination laws but the state Supreme Court overturned that ruling Even though the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to take the case justices Alito and Thomas said they'll soon have to deal with the issues the case brings up Bremerton's praying coach will get his day in court next month The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Kennedy V Bremerton on April 25th Coach Joe Kennedy was fired for refusing to stop organizing prayers at high school football games The district said as a coach and teacher he is an agent of the state and can not be imposing his faith on students But Kennedy argued that he should be able to practice his faith whenever and however he wants A ruling isn't expected until several months after the case is heard Jeff pojo in northwest news radio The COVID pandemic is definitely not over according to public health officials Ryan Harris says their message now is that we've learned how to live safely with the virus We've learned about the tools that can help prevent virus spread like masks distancing and hand washing and even the unconventional like my 84 year old dad insisting my mom microwave the morning paper but the big push continues to be for COVID vaccines since the experts say they've been proven safe and effective I ask Naomi Wilson with pierce county health if they're worried COVID booster rates will be as low as flu shot rates which are usually below 50% and she says she's optimistic And hopefully this fall that they're coming in and getting their flu shot maybe also getting their pneumococcal vaccine and getting their COVID booster all at the same time is somewhat of a routine And since all of these things have become part of our routine Wilson says we've also learned the flexibility we need in case a new variant kicks us backward a few steps Ryan Harris northwest news radio And coming up after traffic and weather new flood mapping comes with new threats in the south sound I'm John libertini where and why It's 6 O four let's get to Marina rockinger for an update on traffic on the floors from the juvenile group traffic center Couple more things going on in Seattle right now so I did mention before a closure of 23rd avenue northbound between aloha and east ward street those north down lanes are blocked We also have a closure of 9th avenue northbound between Seneca and university and that's because of some road construction going on In Federal Way the right lane is blocked southbound I 5 at two 72nd so that's stop and go traffic from two 60th in gig harbor westbound highway 16 at pioneer way will watch it The shoulder is blocked but that's why you're seeing slow traffic from 36th and we still have the closure of highway 5 32 in stanwood between 64th and 36th due to a head on collision so there are detours in place Next northwest traffic at 6 14 Here's a look at our weather from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center in como four Shannon O'Donnell Bye.
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"Voter and every voter is to what they want our Commonwealth to do And they can't do that if we don't give them a fair man Republican state representative Seth grove who sponsored the map argues Democrats never offered a map because they wanted the state Supreme Court to decide No other member introduced a map in the entire legislative branch This is it Voter groups have sued over the deadlock leaving the state Supreme Court's 5 Democrat and two Republican justices to make the final call Those voter groups along with lawmakers political parties and statistical experts offered the court 13 maps Carol kunig home who leads a redistricting advocacy group that helped draw one of those maps says she doesn't care if their map is chosen What we want is a map that if voters swing left the delegation should swing left and if voters swing right the delegation should swing right Lawyer Ben geffen says he already knows districts have to look a certain way off the bat They have to have the same number of people for instance and they can't split towns or counties up too much Yeah if you don't satisfy those legal criteria you don't even get to be in a beauty pageant And once you're in the beauty pageant I think there are a lot of different ways that the court could score it How well the map allows non white voters and prisoners to have a say are among them geffen says Chen says candidates and voters are stuck in the lurch How does a candidate run for an office that they don't know where the boundaries for are They don't know where the campaign they don't know who their voters are but geffen says Pennsylvania's justices have proven they're up to the task They drew the state's current map in 2018 The court moved swiftly the court issued a decision that gave Pennsylvania what is by all metrics a very fair and competitive map I don't know why we should expect a different outcome this time around Pennsylvania's primary election schedule is on hold right now and it'll stay that way until the court issues a final.
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"Week if the state Supreme Court will hear claims of alleged voter fraud the group Washington election integrity coalition united filed a complaints with the court repeating many of Lauren culps unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud In this case they alleged tens of thousands of non citizens are registered to vote However we see you as not asserting that non citizens are actually voting but they do know that they've been registered and that ballots are being cast at least on their behalf But the evidence provided by attorney Virginia sjogren didn't seem to convince court commissioner Michael Johnston You know hey I watched this YouTube video where this person says that this person did this or did that or they said this over here You know it's here saying double hearsay And I don't see any actual direct evidence of any of those Johnston will decide next week whether the case has enough merit to be heard by the justices Former chief justice of the Washington state Supreme Court married the Hearst has died A Magna cum laude graduate of Gonzaga law school fair Hearst was the youngest ever president of the Washington state bar association When she joined the high court in 2003 it created the court's first female majority She served there for 17 years retiring in 2020 Fairhurst had been fighting colon cancer for more than a decade and continued to serve even while undergoing chemotherapy She died peacefully on the evening of December 28th former chief justice Mary fairhurst was 64 years old Jeff Pedro come on news go on his time 7 ten and from the Beacon plumbing sports desk while tonight the kraken and the Philadelphia flyers here in Seattle just getting underway and it's the Alamo bowl down in San Antonio Texas Right now it's in the second quarter Oklahoma leads Oregon 9 to three Comos Bill Swartz says there was no Apple cup on the hardwood and Pullman this evening The Washington Washington state men's basketball game was to have been played tonight in Pullman But now on hold like so many sports events because of COVID-19 cases this time in the cougars program The clubs will look to make up that game later in the season The National Hockey League following others and CDC cutting COVID-19 isolation time to 5 days under certain conditions where it's allowed by local laws 5 and ten Seattle Seahawks open as a touchdown favorite in their last home game Sunday against Detroit Seattle does get will distally Brian monae and DJ Reed off the COVID reserve but running back Adrian Peterson goes to injured reserve with a bad back Pete Carroll is glad the team brought in the future Hall of Famer AP to lead by example and he's still influences people strongly with his presence and all that And so it's been a shame that he just got going and had a big game and then we're trying to keep moving and he just didn't make it back from that game Kyle Seeger hanging up his baseball bat and glove He played all 11 years in the majors for the Seattle Mariners seger announced today via his wife's Twitter account that he's retiring Sports at ten and 40 after the hour Bill Schwartz come on news One of the most important things for veterans is to be heard and VA is listening appeals modernization is changing the way VA decision disagreements are processed for the better Veterans.
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"Top local stories from the coma 24/7 new center A 15 year old boy is under arrest after admitting to bringing a pistol and ammunition to meadow ville high school in linwood The investigators say the boy showed the weapon to a number of students one who one of whom told their parents who then called police The gun enamel had been recovered The team says he stole the gun from a relative safe several months ago Governor Jay inslee $62 billion supplemental budget proposal includes spending hundreds of millions of dollars in one time state revenue surplus Como Ryan Harris says it also proposes spending federal COVID relief money Inslee's plan calls for nearly a $1 billion in transportation spending both to keep major work going and to help further cut carbon emissions It puts $900 million in the hands of school districts which will have flexibility in using that money to help students recover from the pandemic disruption Plus more money to help with their mental health issues The governor says it does not account for a possible state Supreme Court strike down of the capital gains tax It has put the burden of additional services or the need to support those Those who can most afford it and it writes just a little bit the gross inequity of our tax system that has been unfair to working people So I am fully supportive of it Republicans call it irresponsible spending of billions they say should be used to cut taxes at a time of inflation But inslee says we're in a crisis now and tax cuts with one time money could hurt the state in the future Ryan Harris come on is the Seattle fighter fire department is expanding its successful health one program more from como's Jeff postula Long before there were efforts to defund the police and assign different agencies to certain emergency responses Seattle fire was using health one otherwise known as the mobile integrated health response unit The idea is to respond to those in need of medical mental health substance abuse or other social assistance chief Herald skagen So far this year helped one and held two they've responded to close to 1800 responses Now the department is adding a third such unit known as health three It will be based in south Seattle where many of the calls for social health are coming from Jeff Pedro come on news It appears they recall election of Seattle city council member samas has been mathematically decided The latest numbers from King County elections show no votes outnumber those in favor of the recall by more than 300 with less than 150 challenge ballots left to be counted The results are expected to be certified tomorrow Governor inslee is likely just days away from announcing a delay in the controversial new wall cares payroll deduction That's what a state senator is saying como's corwin hake has more The 0.58% payroll deduction is designed to pay for long-term care the Washington state investment board spent a portion of their Thursday morning meeting discussing how best to invest the millions of dollars soon to roll in But board member Mark mullet also a state senator revealed he believes the governor will temporarily halt the program before deductions begin in January to delay.
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"W TOP newsroom Maryland governor Larry Hogan just vetoed a congressional redistricting map passed by the General Assembly He accuses democratic lawmakers in the state of gerrymandering the map to keep Maryland a stronghold for the left Hogan is also calling on the Biden administration to add Maryland to an existing lawsuit against Texas over its maps This is not the end of the process This is just the beginning The courts will be the final arbiter not the partisan legislature These maps can not and will not stand But Maryland Senate president Bill Ferguson a Democrat says the maps are more fair and balanced than previous maps for the state Democrats do have the numbers in both the House and the Senate to override the governor's veto Meantime in Virginia the state Supreme Court is out with a redistricting map showing new boundaries for congressional districts in the Commonwealth and it could affect the fortunes of a couple of members The plan isn't final In fact Virginia's high court will seek public comment next week but as written they would have a significant impact on a competitive House seat That's the seat in the 7th congressional district located in the western Richmond suburbs under the new map that district would be shifted to include Prince William and Stafford counties much safer territory for Democrats The seat is held by democratic congresswoman Abigail spanberger and while congressional candidates aren't required to live in the district they represent the new map would put spam burgers district nearly 50 miles from where she currently lives Nikki and Ellie doubled your TOP news We're coming out of what was one of Virginia's driest Novembers on record and the dry weather is expected to continue through this month When looking at the monthly climate summary released by the national oceanic and atmospheric administration last month was Virginia's 9th dries November since they began keeping track in 1895 Charlottesville and rona both saw a total rainfall of just under one inch for the month The next week looks to remain on the dry side Red pew is a meteorologist with Noah's climate and prediction center But as we head towards the week before Christmas it could turn to be a weather pattern but currently we're expecting above normal temperatures Melissa WTP news Gasoline prices recently hit their highest levels in almost a decade it's expensive because the price of crude oil has nearly doubled in recent weeks Will it get worse before it gets better There's energy market expert Michael lyric We're saying we could see a $100 120 $150 barrel of crude in 2022 or 2023 before things begin to get lowly better for the industry If that's the case that's potential doubling of the price from where we are now O'Leary says we've probably seen the peak for gas prices this year Up next in money news Jeff D.C.'s biggest movie theater screen opens I've definitely two 53 Hi I'm Patrick Bengal's owner and new lacombe design New look is changing the way homeowners get a new roof Why Because they always snakes You call a few roofers some call you back but most don't You get a few estimates and some will make sense but most won't Then you pick someone to do a great job cross your fingers and you just hope but guess what Nope And new look we're different First of all scheduling an estimate is easy We offer same day onsite or virtual appointments and we have TPT Total price transparency We give you line by line easy to understand pricing And it's all backed by a 13 point project management process So you know exactly what's happening It's out with the old way and in with the new look way Right now say 50% on all of your materials.
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"Still a pretty chilly start here despite some of the warmer temperatures that we will be seeing later on today, right now, we're at 34 degrees in Boston. It is 5 26 on WBZ. News radio and now a check on New England business here as the unemployment picture in Massachusetts may have eased a bit last week, with first time claims down significantly, but looks can be deceiving. Wall Street credit rating firm Fitch Saying the recent drop in the unemployment rate to 6.7% does not tell the whole story about workers jobs, the company, saying the number of people who have given up looking for work are not counted in that new number and suggests that they should be. If so, Massachusetts would have the highest unemployment rate in the nation and a big debate right now on in Portland, Maine, over how much to pay minimum wage workers. The fight comes from the Rate of pay during declarations of state of emergency's like a pandemic and a case that is likely headed to the state Supreme Court, a Superior Court judge, saying a ruling will come soon. Timing is everything. A new laws increasingly hazard pay right, but confusion among businesses coming from a lack of clarity about whether hazard pay was to kick in in December or December of this year. Well, happy Friday. Bundle up cold weekend ahead of us as we look towards the weekends. Well, it is Friday morning your top stories at 5 30 years President Joe Biden announcing Maura executive actions surrounding Cove in 19 Governor Baker taking a step to ease restrictions beginning next week. It's off stores of 5, 30 or next, Johnny. You're over 65. Now winning you downsizing. I am worried about finding affordable housing with the pandemic and cost of assisted living. I really don't want to move to Florida and I.
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"We got to talk vaccines now because we are in dire circumstances in both New York And as I put my hands across the Hudson River in New Jersey, and both governors want to blame Trump Will trump is in the president. He is citizen trump in Mar a Lago, but let's start with New Jersey first. As we just spoke with Dr Steve out of Otto tried to make the case for the election. Of governor Murphy, who is a proud graduate of goldmine. Sacks, where they rip you off, and boy is he ripped off the citizens of new church and hopefully you won't be schmucks and parts is and reelect him. But New Jersey has a reduced amount of vaccines. So instead of blaming the federal government, let's follow the ticket tape. They got their paperwork in late. Their health care's are her name escapes me did not get the paperwork in time to receive doses of fighter and modernity that were available and remember, you've got to get two doses. So they were in the back of the line to begin with. Did you see the pictures on Main Street in Paterson the other day, it could have been replicated up to Hill down the Hill Paterson, New Jersey Hundreds of people were lined up. To get this vaccine and they were told. No, no, no. No vaccine. No vaccine available. They were told in English and Spanish and every other foreign language, no vaccine. You know what the New Jersey State Supreme Court wants to do? They want to release 1000 1000 prisoners from the county jails because they say, we don't have enough vaccines. That's right. They're vaccinating person is and inmates, so we want to cut them loose and turn them back into the streets because we don't have enough vaccines. Well, prisoners get vaccinated before senior citizens. We're gonna get to that momentarily. Then you have these senior citizens calling up 65. Plus, they have nobody to talk to their being introduced to Mr Click and they're asking. Why is it so hard for me? It's 65. To get an appointment to even get a vaccine in New Jersey. They get no answers. They get introduced to either a message pre recorded message that probably is made in the bowels of New Delhi or in Manila in the Philippines by somebody you can tell English, she says. Second language. And they told Don't worry about it. Wait, wait, wait. Yet smokers smokers two million smokers in New Jersey are in that first here they can get their vaccines, but senior citizens have to wait. There are a million senior citizens in New Jersey who qualified for the vaccine. They go online. Many of them don't know how to go online and somebody helped them and they can't get any information. They can't get into a queue. They can't get an appointment. And who does Murphy, who calls everyone knucklehead blame. He blames the outgoing Trump administration, so I know all of you in New Jersey are going through this mission. Gosh. You please explain to me why it is If you're a smoker, there are two million smokers in New Jersey. And I'm not just talking cigars, cigarettes, tiparillo spot blunts. Why is it that a smoker is qualified to get this vaccine and not somebody who's 65? Plus and why is it that they've determined that prisoners should be prioritized? My name is 1 808 4 Ray W A. B C. That's 1 808 489222. Oh my God. It's like a disaster in New Jersey. It's only nine million people in New Jersey. It's like the size of Israel. Look at Israel. Israel is inoculating everyone, they'll be the first nation in the world to actually have every citizen inoculated. Whether they happen to be Jewish, Christian or Arabic. They even inoculating now terrorists, terrorists who have done harm to issue you, who are housed in Israeli prisons because they made a deal with Faison. That each and every one of this citizens can be tracked. So that they can see the proficiency of the vaccine because it's a national health care system like they have in the UK That's disastrous. But Israel it seems to be working now. Are you going to give credit to be beyond that? You would think, but they don't because they're up for another snap election soon in which they won't be be on the outside. Looking in on number is 1 808 4 rate W A. B C That's 1 808 489222. And then into evil eyes. Cuomo can climb of the second son of money, you'll fuck shot protocol marking Come over first. He's screaming. He's hollering. We're running out of vaccines. We're running out of vaccines and then his shadow the Italian stallion who has been castrated. You know what kind of a horse's castrated Well, that's building blocks you. He's screaming. We're running out of exceeds. We're running out of that cheese. Remember when Cuomo back in April was screaming, We're ready, ventilated ventilated. She has so many ventilators. He ended up giving away the other states. The real key to count down the wash woman. Hey. He's warning us that it's just a matter of time until a more deadly strain of Corona virus hits us in New York. You know, he reminds me of chicken little the sky is falling, The sky is falling. And he wants to sue Joe Biden job. I just just got inaugurated. He supported Joe Biden to his credit. He was one of the original supporters of Joe Biden. He never hesitated. He never Vaz elated. He is a strong show back. Hey, what's this? He wants to sue the guy. His first day in office. Anyway, Let's go to the phones. 1 808 4 rate W A. B C. It's Phil calling from New Jersey your turn to be heard he had w A B C. Phil. Hey, Curtis. Uh, you obviously New Jersey and New York are really way off the ball..
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"Foreign and domestic At this moment in history, I can think of nothing more patriotic. And renewing our faith and the charters of freedom that our founding fathers crafted for our republic. Starting with the fundamental American principle in our declaration of independence that governments derive their just powers from the consent of the government. The people have spoken in this election and our only job here today. Is to do what they ask. It is not to argue Election security. That's not the place for what we are doing today. Constitution specifically reserves to the people the right to meet in the respective states and vote for the president and vice president. As a result, individual states oversee and implement the election process, not the federal government. Guard against fraud or irregularities in the voting process. The states are required to have robust election security measures. Likewise, state legislatures have the opportunity to examine evidence of voter fraud. Before they certified their electoral college votes and our courts. From district courts to the United States, Supreme Court adjudicate legal challenges and election disputes. All of those things happened after the 2020 election. Statehouses in courts across the country, took allegations of voter fraud seriously and follow the constitutional process to hear challenges to this year's elections. No state found evidence of any why'd spread voter fraud and neither did any court asked to review the state's findings in Arizona. Republican governor, Doug Ducey. Democratic Secretary of state Katie Hobbs, Republican Attorney General Mark Byrne of Itch and State Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Rubin. L all certified the results of the election on November 30th. And we know we have heard Arizona's have been voting by mail for almost 30 years, and Governor Ducey. Has expressed confidence in the states process numerous times in November, he said. We do elections well here in Arizona. The system is strong, and that's why I have bragged on it so much. He further stated. We have some of the strongest election laws in the country laws that prioritize accountability and clearly lay out our procedures for conducting Canvassing and even contesting the results. And they're right. Arizona has one of the most transparent election processes in the country with built in accountability, starting with eternal auditing. We have heard unfounded allegations that voting machines in Arizona and elsewhere somehow changed vote tallies or somehow improperly rejected.
"state supreme court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Hey, thanks So much for being here Historic day in the United States of America. Whether you are in favor of this or not, It is a historic day. First of all, what's happened in Georgia? It looks as if both Senate seats with the Democrats, which means the Democrats control the House, the Senate And until we find out what today the presidency Joe Biden being the president elect Unless when the vote count begins, which is supposed to happen in about 11 minutes from right now we will. We will have a protest. So let's walk you through what's going to happen? Here's how it's going to work. We will carry this life for you here and Katia are news and let you hear from the prominent newsmakers and the speeches as they happen. But you will have the electoral votes begin to happen. And they will do the states in order alphabetically, beginning with Alabama and then going to Alaska and then from Alaska. They will go to Arizona. And then if one senator and one house member object Then what they do is they will then go to their individual chambers. The Republicans will go to the house. The senators will be in the Senate. And then what will happen from there is a debate period where they will begin to debate the validity of the objection. And there will be speeches that will be made and they will be people that will be speaking, which we will let you hear. They have a Two hour time limit for debate. Now I'll be honest, I don't know if they must come to a conclusion in that two hours. Where if the debate ends after that two hours, but that's what will happen. They are. It is very unlikely in the minds of the political experts that a lot is going to change. You have got the majority in the house being the Democrats, the chances of Democrats crossing over and saying that there was some illegality here seems to be I mean, absolutely very slim. But on the other side on the Senate side, even though the Republicans today have a majority in the United States Senate, it doesn't look like they have enough because there are some Republicans that say they are not going to support The challenges so there would have to be some compelling evidence brought forward But today is the day for that to happen. We continue to hear that there is evidence of wrongdoing by the way on a technicality of procedural move. There was a final challenge here in the state of Arizona that was brought by a woman. That was shot down in a lower court because she was not a registered voter at the time that she filed the paperwork to challenge the elections in Arizona, meaning she didn't have standing because she wasn't a registered voter at the time. So they took it to the state Supreme Court. The state Supreme Court before judge panel of the state Supreme Court agreed with the lower court saying not whether or not there were vote. There was voter fraud, but that this particular person didn't have standing to bring the case. So that's where the rub has been with this. Is there evidence that just hasn't been heard, or is there no evidence? I will tell you. I've I've said from the beginning of this that there has to be evidence. You can know what you know You can feel what you feel. But every police officer, every investigator will tell you that the biggest frustration and their job is there's a difference between what you know and what you can prove. And if you don't have evidence, there is no proof. There is no way they're going to change a vote in this country. If there isn't evidence and the American people I believe there are so many Americans out there that believe that this vote has been stolen that this election has been compromised. That it deserves A look. And I think that they should get that look today, but if I were someone that believes that the president or I'm on the president's side of this, you had better bring hard evidence. The idea that it doesn't make any sense. There's no way that Joe Biden got 80 million votes. That's a feeling It doesn't make sense to me. Well, it doesn't make sense to me either, but that's not proof of anything. And there is a difference and we have to as adults we have to realize that Saying that it doesn't make sense that we gain seats in the House of Representatives in places where President Trump lost, But Republicans that were along shot one racist again isn't proof of anything. It gives people a lot of suspicion. Is there a reason for a real investigation? Should there be a panel of people that look at these election or look at these challenges to find out? If there's anything real? They're absolutely make sure the American people know what's going on. I agree with all of that. Four years ago, they challenged the elections. I've said this how many times the same challenges happened four years ago. They went even further. Four years ago, they tried to compromise the Electoral college by forcing electoral vote of the electors to change their vote. In some places. They tried that trick. And that didn't work They challenged just like it's being challenged now, and they lost. They tried a number of different ways. They tried through impeachment over the next three plus years to try to get rid of President Trump and nullify this election. Elections have consequences, and when the people speak, that's the most powerful voice. We should listen to. If there's proof of compromise, then bring the proof. Let the American people see it and make sure that this was done fairly. If it isn't proven, then we have a decision to make in this country and I'm moving on. Um, this is not about Donald Trump. It's not about liking him. It's not about disliking him. It's about the American people in the country have always been bigger than elections in our government President's last for four or eight years. That's it. And their time in office is to serve the American people. And I don't believe the American people are served best by spending four more years of investigations and four more years of trying to nullify an election. They have their chance. Now. I hope they bring proof. I would like to see President Trump stay in office. That's my personal feeling. But if there is no proof of that If there isn't proof. If there isn't something you can prove. Then we're gonna have to live with the results. And then move forward and in two years make big changes when we go to the polls in two years. The entire house of Representatives will be up for grabs. And so will one third of the United States Senate. Big changes can happen. Will we do that? That's the that's the biggest question. Will the American people move forward? I will say as a registered Republican. Will.