35 Burst results for "States Assembly"

"states assembly" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:53 min | 3 weeks ago

"states assembly" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Ceremony to do so. This year, the election was to be held in November. This was an election for the state assembly. But by this time he was really very overwhelmed with physical disabilities, after all he was a 105 by that time. His legs were immobile, his knees were aching. He was partly deaf and partly blind. On the other hand, when the officials suggested rather gently to him that he might like to vote at home and just send his vote by post, he actually returned the form to them and said he would rather go to the polling station. Unfortunately, at the time, he became too ill, but he still insisted that he would do his duty as a citizen. And so after all his great record of voting, the record was kept even on his deathbed, more or less. And almost his last act was to cast his vote as the ballot box was brought to him. Anne Rowe, on Cheyenne Sarah negi, who died at the age of a 105. That's all for this episode of the intelligence. Let us know what you think of the show. You can get in touch at podcasts at economist dot com. Or leave us a rating. Wherever you listen, we'll see you back here tomorrow.

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"states assembly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

"states assembly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"10%. This is the 77 WABC update on politics. I'm dominate Carter, Lee zelden conceded the race to governor Kathy hochul, just hours ago today, the contest became closer than most gubernatorial contests and recent years, as Zelda and closed in on local with the voters being responsive to his tough on crime message during the campaign's Eldon said quote crime wave Cathy is driving New York right off a cliff. Also in our area the chair of the democratic congressional campaign committee, Sean Patrick maloney conceded defeat to Republican state assembly member, Mike Lawler, baloney is the first head of the democratic House campaign arm to be defeated in an election since 1980. 36 year old Lawler before his big win was a first term state assemblyman in rockland county, New York, during his congressional campaign, Lawler attacked maloney for supporting cashless bail. He also publicly said he is pro life, but is opposed to a federal ban on abortion. Republican candidates appear to have broken New York Democrats super majority in the state Senate. Republicans needed to flip just two seats in the 63 member chamber to deprive Democrats of their veto proof majority. And the Georgia Senate race with the Senate and the balance between Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock is going to a runoff. Talk to you again at midnight

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Meet Michael Lawler, a Candidate for U.S. Representative

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last month

Meet Michael Lawler, a Candidate for U.S. Representative

"Tell us about you and your district Thanks Mark So I'm currently in the state assembly I am running in New York 17 against Sean Patrick maloney The 17th district includes all of Rocklin northern Westchester all of putnam and duchess counties It's the immediate suburbs of New York City Joe Biden won the district by ten points in 2020 But this is a district where 50% of households have a police officer a firefighter a first responder or a veteran living in it It is very much a blue collar working class district and voters are focused on two issues inflation and crime And on both issues Sean Patrick maloney owns the mess that we're in He has voted 100% of the time lockstep with Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden driving inflation to a 41 year record high And he said that cashless bail was his top priority when he ran for attorney general in 2018 And since cashless bail took effect crime is up 36% in New York City and 40% of those released on non monetary bail for felony offenses have been rearrested So folks want to support us in our effort to take out the chair of the DCC and Nancy Pelosi's reign as speaker They can go to fire maloney dot com that's fire maloney dot com to help us really make history I mean the chair of the DCCC has not been defeated in over 40 years and this we will certainly be the face of the red wave on November 8th in doing that And I think voters mark in New York This is the first time in our nation's history that Democrats control everything in Washington Albany and New York City all at once And they've created a mess And I think voters all across New York are poised to not only elect me in the 17th district but elect Lee zeldin as our next governor

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Not White Supremacy, But 'Light' Supremacy

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

Not White Supremacy, But 'Light' Supremacy

"I don't know if you're familiar with the controversy in Los Angeles where several members of the city council and in fact a labor union leader. They were talking on a series of calls. I guess they were Zoom calls or some sort of conference calls. And there were all kinds of racial epithets used. Racial epithets against blacks in one case, a reference to Jews and they were talking about a state assembly member named Richard Katz, talking about how the Jews have made a deal with south Los Angeles at one point the council president Nouri Martinez was obviously Hispanic. She's now resigned, but she referred to a colleague's who was black, his son, as she compared him to a monkey. And then talking about another guy, she goes, F that guy. He's with the blacks. Now, all of this erupted several days ago. And I was kind of watching it with interest to see what kind of sense people would try to make of it. Well, here's Charles blow, the African American columnist for The New York Times, a revealing racist rant in LA. Now, here's Charles blows take on this episode. And he goes into it in some detail. He says that this is what he calls not white supremacy, but light supremacy. And his point is that you have lighter skinned people who are not white, in this case, obviously, Hispanic, but he goes, they are, they are kind of borrowing the racism of the whites. And allying with white supremacy against their darker skinned black colleagues. So according to Charles blow, he's like, at one time in the civil rights movement, we had kind of hoped that there would be an alliance of all the minorities to overthrow white supremacy. He goes, it's not really working out that way,

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Russian rockets slam into Ukrainian city near nuclear plant

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Russian rockets slam into Ukrainian city near nuclear plant

"7 Russian rockets have slammed into residential buildings and zapper a city close to Europe's biggest nuclear power plant A fire engine is stationed next to what was once an apartment block but is now a large hill of rubble an immense and haunting plum of smoke rises from the debris as apparatus governor oleksandr saruk luxon at night when people were sleeping the enemy carried out a rocket attack against residential houses to upper floors are destroyed entrances to the buildings are ruined People were under the rubble Amongst those caught in the attack was a three year old girl who was taken to hospital for treatment The strikes came just hours after Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky announced the Ukraine military has retaken three more villages in one of the region's recently annexed by Russia Speaking to leaders at the organization of American states assembly zelensky was determined that Ukraine will defeat Russia For us right now how many of our people Russia will manage to kill before it admits a defeat I'm Karen Chammas

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California lawmakers OK lawsuits against 'cyber flashers'

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

California lawmakers OK lawsuits against 'cyber flashers'

"California lawmakers vote to okay lawsuits against cyber flashers I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest California residents who receive unsolicited sexually graphic material by text email app or other electronic means could sue the sender under a bill approved by state lawmakers The bill sent to California governor Gavin Newsom targets what's known as cyber flashing The bill would allow recipients to recover at least $1500 and as much as $30,000 from centers of obscene material who are older than 18 as well as punitive damages and attorneys fees Victims could also seek court orders blocking such behavior in the future The measure passed both of the state's assembly and the Senate unanimously So far governor Newsom has declined to say whether he will sign the bill into law I'm Lisa dwyer

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"states assembly" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

03:23 min | 4 months ago

"states assembly" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"Hello and welcome to another edition of they call us Bruce, an unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asian America. I'm Phil you. I'm Jeff Yang. And with us, we have a very, very, very special guest. I know I say that a lot. But really, honestly, this is one of my favorite people. Well, I would say old friend except she is a very young and fresh friend relative to me. And I would say the next congressperson from New York, we have welcome here, none other than you. And we are delighted to have her finally on the show. We have obviously known her for a while, she's a friend of ours, friend of the podcast. But a first time guest on Nicole's Bruce. So welcome you. Welcome. Finally. I'm so excited to be here. I can't even believe that. I actually, I mean, no, you guys were so long. You had to run for Congress in order to be honest. To be eligible to be eligible for this amazing show. I'm so jealous of every single person that's on it. You know, I know that I know a lot of New Yorkers listen to this show, but I know a lot don't. I mean, a lot of non New Yorkers also listen to the show, so people who are not familiar with you, you are running for Congress in New York's tenth district. Yeah. You came up from the state assembly, right? I'm a current state assembly member. Yes. Actually, I should have said assemblywoman or assembly member. You and you, because you are currently serving in that role, even as you're running for Congress, yes. Yes. And you are, and that's what I know. That's mostly what I know about you, other than you are a great presence on Twitter. I always enjoy seeing your tweets, social media, I know that you are a very enthusiastic and passionate public servant. This podcast is actually for people to get to know you and know what you're all about because we want to see you as the next member of Congress. Thanks. I mean, so I'll just tell you a little bit about the district first and foremost, but the new district ten was actually redistricted. It's completely open seat. So it's amazing that even exists in some aspects, but some people hated the whole redistricting thing, obviously it started a lot of very interesting political transitions within New York. But it was a circus. It was a circus. It was an absolute circus. We have complete Titans running against one another. We have people who were for some reason deciding to run at a very different sea, you know, we have all kinds of stuff happening at once. But what did happen is that in Lower Manhattan and in Brooklyn, there became this new congressional ten and it is the first time that two chinatowns will be voting in an open election together and that's like a very big deal, I think. And 100% of my current assembly district is inside of this district, and so I just really want to continue to represent my people.

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"states assembly" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:54 min | 6 months ago

"states assembly" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Max politics this is Ben max from Gotham gazette, a publication of citizens union foundation. Thanks very much for tuning in here for this episode of the show. We're speaking here today on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022. We are in the midst of early voting for the June primaries for statewide races for state assembly races, some party positions, judicial races. There are two sets of primaries this year in the 2022 New York elections right now in the midst of those elections in August. We will be dealing with the state Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. So we've been talking about that some on the show. We'll get back to that in the coming weeks and months, but right now we are in the final days of these June primaries that include the races for governor lieutenant governor and many contested state assembly seats, the most watched races, of course, or the democratic primary for governor and the Republican primary for governor, both of them very competitive and contested. There's been some series of televised debates. We've been recapping those at Gotham gazette if you want to check out what happened if you missed it. And then the democratic primary for lieutenant governor is very interesting and competitive as well. There's no primary for lieutenant governor on the Republican side, Allison esposito will be the running mate of whoever comes through the gubernatorial primary there. And there's a bunch of interesting state assembly races, some incumbents being challenged by some insurgent progressives. There's some open seats that are competitive. We've got to run down of those that got from gazette in a racist to watch piece so you can check that out. But really, obviously, because of the immense importance and power of the position of governor, most of the eyes are on the two primaries for the major parties in the gubernatorial race. And today I'm pleased to be joined by jumani Williams back on the show here, the New York City public advocate running in the democratic primary for governor, we are here in the middle of early voting ahead of primary day on Tuesday, June 28th. Public advocate Williams, of course, is in the primary with governor Kathy hochul and congressman Tom swazi, the three way democratic primary. And public Ava Williams, I appreciate you coming back to the show to talk about the final days of the race here. Thanks so much, always a pleasure to be on. Extra special beyond as we're closing out this race. So thank you. Thanks for the time. Appreciate it. So we're here Wednesday, June 22nd, a few more days of early voting through Sunday, then you got primary day on Tuesday, no voting on the Monday as the board of elections sort of resets from the early voting sites to the regular sites. What's the state of the race from where you see it? You are obviously have been far behind in fundraising from a sitting governor, not a huge surprise there being governor of New York State usually leads to quite a windfall in the campaign coffers. Polling has showed the governor hulk with a sizable lead. But what are you seeing? How are you seeing this on the ground? What do you thinking the state of the race is right now?.

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"states assembly" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:57 min | 6 months ago

"states assembly" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"You finished your final session, of course there could be a special session before the end of the year. You might wind up back in Albany passing some bills again. But how does it feel? And broadly speaking, what are you reflecting on as you wrapped up this session? Well, in a word, it feels good. I am very much looking forward to loving retirement. But I also had a terrific year this year. We got 31 bills of mine passed the assembly. 21 of my bills passed both houses. And some have already been signed by governor hochul, the rest that we're hoping will get signed. So, you know, on the other hand, there were things that we wanted to get done that didn't get done. Most importantly, passing the New York health act, which I've been sponsoring for 30 years now. It was one more disappointing year in the fact did not come to the assembly and Senate floor and get past, but that struggle will continue. In some ways, I often say the legislature has sort of conspired to enable my addiction to the legislature every just about every year at the end of session. I feel great that we accomplish some important things. And that makes me want to come back and at the same time, I'm always disappointed if things that we didn't get done. And that makes me want to come back. So in many ways, this end of session was like many others. How did it happen this more than half a century in the assembly, you looked at a congressional run at one point, but really have been so devoted and loyal to the assembly and continuing to stay there. How did that happen for you, obviously there have been some other legislators who have had pretty long runs, but nothing, nothing like yours. How did that happen? Well, you know, in other than getting elected at a very young age, of course. Yeah, well, in 19. When I was 13, John Kennedy was running for president and like millions of other Americans. I was really impressed with him and at that tender age decided that elective office was what I wanted to do for a career. And when I got to high school a year later, I ran into a handful of other kids, one of whom is my congressman, Jerry Nadler. And we all realized that we were all interested in politics and decided we would work together to try to get each other elected. And in 1970, lo and behold, I ran for an open seat in the state assembly. And got elected and I think part of the part of what has kept me here all this time is that in 1974, after being in the minority politically with the Watergate landslide, we took a majority in the state assembly and have held it ever since, a growing majority. And serving in the majority in the assembly can, if you're really interested in public policy, can be in an extraordinarily rewarding.

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Could California be a warning sign for Democrats in the fall? Here are takeaways from the latest primaries.

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Could California be a warning sign for Democrats in the fall? Here are takeaways from the latest primaries.

"Close house races in battleground states could tip the balance of power in Congress come November in the primaries or giving us a glimpse into what voters are thinking In California's newly redrawn 27th district Republican congressman Mike Garcia a former navy pilot endorsed by president Trump will have a rematch against Democrat Christie Smith a former state assembly woman he beat by less than 400 votes in a special election She thinks her positions on gun control and abortion rights while outweigh Garcia's support from conservatives and those blaming democratic policies for inflation and crime In Iowa Republican state senator Zach nunn will take on the state's loan democratic House member Cindy axton in a district redrawn to include more rural and Republican areas Montana has added a second House seat in former Trump cabinet member Ryan zinke was trailing in flathead county leading to an unexpectedly close race with surgeon Al Auschwitz a perennial candidate who characterized zinke as a moderate who spends too much time in California

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"states assembly" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"states assembly" Discussed on Native America Calling

"All lawmakers and Native American tribes gathered in support of the bill to rename the University of California, Hastings college of the law. Serena's Hastings paid for militias that brought genocide and atrocities upon the California Indian people in the Eden and round valley and brought turmoil to the Yuki Indian people. Assembly member James Ramos is the only Native American on a state assembly, and an author of AB 1936. The deadly means that Hastings used to build his wealth and help fund the law school has received little scrutiny until now. Seren as Hastings went on to become California's first Supreme Court chief justice, and attorney general. James Russ, president of the round valley tribal council, spoke in favor of the legislation to strip Hastings from the school's name. This took a 140 years for this to come to the forefront. But everything happens for a reason. And this is the forefront right now. The bill also includes restorative justice provisions for the Yuki and round valley people. I'm Christina aested reporting for national native news. With national native news, I'm surely Jihad. National native news is produced by quantic broadcast corporation with funding by the corporation for public broadcasting. Support.

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"states assembly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:41 min | 10 months ago

"states assembly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Aec dot org It's morning edition on WNYC and Michael hill A task force studying reparations is underway in California and in Boston there is a push to establish a reparations commission WNYC is ruined van Gogh Paul says supporters are reparations in New York hope to advance the issue this year In the 1700s New York had the largest slave population of any American city after Charleston The city's economic growth was inseparable from the international slave trade In the mid 1800s upper Manhattan was also home to a thriving community of black landowners The neighborhood was called Seneca village but Leah goodrich an attorney at an organization called mobilization for justice says at one point they were all forced off their land And why were they displaced for the city of New York to build Central Park That single act goodrich says had a profound impact not only on those homeowners but on their children and later descendants By depriving them of intergenerational wealth That long history of enslavement and displacement is why she's arguing for reparations along with other New Yorkers She says the fact that we now have a black mayor a black council speaker and black leaders of both the state assembly and Senate creates opportunities that have never before existed Derek Hamilton is the director of the institute for the study of race stratification and political economy at the new school And he says while it's unclear what the political viability is reparations is an issue experiencing momentum Certainly there is greater plausibility and greater actions all across the United States than there were 5 years ago At the same time it's unclear whether that momentum will be sustained in New York An effort last year to set up a commission to merely study the issue of reparations was passed in the state assembly but not the Senate And of the many recommendations made to mayor Adams by a citizen's commission known as New Yorkers for social justice reparations was nowhere to be seen A rude van Gogh Paul WNYC news It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin And I'm a Martinez Caribbean beaches museums and Spanish colonial architecture have turned cartagena into Columbia's biggest tourist attraction But the wealthy city center is surrounded by impoverished areas Recently a literary festival tried to bridge this gap and inspire a new generation of artists Reporter John Otis has more Cuban poet Alexis pienta is holding a workshop for about two dozen teenagers They arrived here by bus from an outlying town and for some of the kids it's their first time in cartagena They don't know much about poetry but are mesmerized by pimienta who invents verse on the spot Calls poetry a powerful tool to spark the imagination When kids invent rhymes or discover new words they get excited and their eyes begin to shine he says.

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Chuck Schumer and His Racist Political Ascension

The Larry Elder Show

01:49 min | 11 months ago

Chuck Schumer and His Racist Political Ascension

"Well, Jay, when we talk years ago, we talked about this article that I mentioned called race to the top that you wrote in January of 2006 for the American spectator. And you told about an incident, a political meeting that you went to with your dad. Tell us about it. Well, this was a formative and transformative moment for me. It's solidified my political engagement. I was just a fly on the wall essentially. I was 16, 17, something like that. My father got invited to this meeting. It wasn't that politically active, but he was a prominent figure. And this was in the flatbush section of Brooklyn. And they were introducing Charles Schumer to us and I think this is before he ran for Congress. He was becoming a state assembly person. So they were introducing and they were trying to sell them to us. It was not a very impressive figure. I must say it was whiny nasal didn't seem to have much confidence. And they were trying to put him forward and sell them on the basis and unfortunately all the assumptions that went into this are horrible, but they put a photo on the basis that he's going to get to blacks if you know the flapper section it tends to be a white section of single-family homes and for whatever reason over the years it evolved in that way. But there's a cluster of apartment houses on the other UK where black's resided. And frankly, they were not violent. It wasn't any kind of class is going on in the streets. There was no fear. If there was a problem, I didn't detect a problem. I lived there, but so I had a problem with it. It would have only been on a strictly racist type of basis.

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"states assembly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"states assembly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You know when I was in elementary school I used to kick my ass all over the playground I used to play kickball Nobody would choose me No They wouldn't choose me And then I would go to high school Nobody would date me except broom held in the corner there I had no Then I go to law school I got a law school Then I decided I don't want to work for a living I want to get elected to the New York state assembly So I get elected the assembly I'm a very young man at the time Still going through puberty Then I get elected to the assembly Then a congressional seat opens up and I just said you know what I'm going to run for that I'll run for the congressional seat But I only run a Democrat district as I don't want to lose So that's what he does Then he's there 12 1300 years and then he decided to be a senator I want to be a senator where I can stand up and dive in up and down and up and down Joe Biden I want to be like Joe Biden so he gets a cornrow implanted into his forehead like nobody's going to notice In there he is a little dabbled doing what the hair they took off of his back and they implanted it in his forehead He's a grotesque human being in so many ways

Mark Levin Summarizes Sen. Chuck Schumer's Life

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 11 months ago

Mark Levin Summarizes Sen. Chuck Schumer's Life

"You know when I was in elementary school I used to kick my ass all over the playground I used to play kickball Nobody would choose me No They wouldn't choose me And then I would go to high school Nobody would date me except broom held in the corner there I had no Then I go to law school I got a law school Then I decided I don't want to work for a living I want to get elected to the New York state assembly So I get elected the assembly I'm a very young man at the time Still going through puberty Then I get elected to the assembly Then a congressional seat opens up and I just said you know what I'm going to run for that I'll run for the congressional seat But I only run a Democrat district as I don't want to lose So that's what he does Then he's there 12 1300 years and then he decided to be a senator I want to be a senator where I can stand up and dive in up and down and up and down Joe Biden I want to be like Joe Biden so he gets a cornrow implanted into his forehead like nobody's going to notice In there he is a little dabbled doing what the hair they took off of his back and they implanted it in his forehead He's a grotesque human being in so many ways

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Sebastian Asks Rep. Claudia Tenney 'Are We Winning?'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Sebastian Asks Rep. Claudia Tenney 'Are We Winning?'

"Welcome back to one on one with none other than congresswoman Claudia tenney. Claudia. Let me blow your trumpet politely. When you came in into the studio earlier today, you know, we get politicians in the studio. You know, the good guys and good girls come in here. And the remarkable thing about them, especially in your cases, you come in, I say, would you like a coffee would like anything last? And then I got out of the studio to get you a bottle of water. And I'm looking everywhere in the green room. Where's her retinue? Where's her entourage? Is a member of Congress. Where are the Strata? Where are the PR people? And there's nobody. So this just reinforces for me why you're the best example of what we need in America, not career politicians, like Nancy like charcot who have been around for decades, but people who see themselves as Americans representing their fellow Americans, I'm going to ask you the question I asked all of the good guys and gals. Are we winning? Is that side? Is it burgeoning? Is it growing? You know, the freedom caucus the people who don't want to say this way. I went to the members dining room to have lunch with a couple of supreme caucus people. And I asked them, is it as bad on the inside as I think it is from the outside? And one of them said, you know, the trouble is even in the GOP, 30, 40% of us, they just want the job. They want the chairmanship with the chauffeur driven limo and they want the office with the fireplace. You do not represent that to me. So who's winning? Who's in the driving seat? What's the power relationship between The Old Guard and the citizen politicians like you? You know, it's a tough crowd. I'll tell you it's a funny story. Look at I had to fight against the establishment in both parties just to get elected to the state assembly. I had to defeat the county chairman. Wow. And so they were all working against me. And they always have. I never got endorsed by our local party. The Republican Party, running for office ever until after I was elected to Congress. So you won without any endorsement. No, I had to run a primary had to put my own team together, so I know what it's like to be, you know, I'm also a lawyer or a business owner. I know what it's like to, but I'm trying to do, I'm trying to stand for our country and stand for our small business community and what we need to do. I don't see myself as part of a group or other than I want to represent my constituents. I'll tell you funny stories. When I first got into the state assembly, I remember this old time assembly member who had here I am coming from the private sector. I don't know what pensions are. I don't know any of this stuff. And you know, I'm all worried. I could care less if I, you know, use a folding chair and have a folding table. I mean, it doesn't really matter any of that stuff. And so this one person came up and said, oh, I can't believe, you know, we were minority members, Republicans, and the Democrats were in the majority, and they said, did you see the Democrats got all new mahogany deaths to new computers? And we should have mahogany desk. I'm like, no, you shouldn't have a haggy desk. We don't need that stuff. We need to govern. We need to understand the taxpayers. And I love the Jeffersonian idea. I mean, we are not supposed to be doing these jobs forever, which is why one of my first bills when I got into the assembly was, let's take all the politicians who are elected and appointed off of the pension system and put them in a 401k case to system because if you're going to serve and you want to you shouldn't have to leave and not be able to at least contribute to your own retirement, because I was really these non contributory pensions and then and of course that was not met with much approval. An old friend of mine, Mike Fitzpatrick, Fitzpatrick and the assembly. He was part of it, too. You know, what are we doing? How are we in a position where we're benefiting from something we're

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"states assembly" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"states assembly" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Girls can hands down, legitimately beat the guys at and do And so it's empowering on so many levels for our young women and young girls. Um, but it's an amazing thing to do, and I could not believe it. But New York State Assembly some of the people in New York State Assembly Are literally trying to ban them. They're trying to stop this disempowered girls and take away guns and to mystify them to make you afraid of them. And so they can be more, um, mishandled, mismanaged and people can freak out. That's what I think about when I see what happened in Plano, West today. Plano West High Senior Senior high should be planted West Senior high One of the area's largest high schools were placed on lockdown this morning after a photo apparently showing a student with a rifle circulated on social media, says the Dallas Morning News. Two out of context. Photos posted on social media led to a lockdown for one of the area's largest high schools Friday morning. Police were called the Plano West after the photos, apparently showing a student holding a rifle in the school's hallways began to circulate on Friday. Lee Harvey Oswald type beat one caption read. So this what we doing now? So by the way, instead of Speaking, grammatically correct and learning proper grammar. You are learning that to be afraid of guns. And fear. What looked nefarious. However, the Dallas morning News says was a picture of somebody participating in Thursday, the day before. J. R O T C practice. According.

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"states assembly" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"states assembly" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"County Am 11 70 San Diego, The answer wanted me to be under committed. Alright, folks, Welcome to sdo RC Dirt Radio FM 96 1 am 11 70 The answer. So Hey, talk about the bugs. Oh, yeah. Kelly and Justin termite and Pest control. Justin just came out and did my house out in East County sprayed for all sorts of bugs, and they all run like crazy out the front door. Did you see him all scampering? I got the little backpacks on and they got the kids in hand and you're screaming. It's I hate mosquitoes and fleas and termites all the rest. I don't really care a jail. Come get him. Yep. Kelly and Justin termite and Pest control. They're here for any of your pest control needs, Uh, Whether you have ants, earwigs spiders. Just give him a call. Have him come on out. They handle your termites as well. Um, anything that you need Excellent spiders eat mosquitoes. And I don't hate spiders. We'll give him a call to get a quote. They'll make your bugs walk 6194417378. Kelly and Justin Termite and Pest control. They bring me a citronella candle to scare away those mosquitoes. No, they'll make those bugs run. They just want to walk. Yeah. All right. So we were about to save the world from most from road taxes and mileage taxes. So let's move on a little bit. Uh, A B 15 12 was amended. Very Odd amendment to the bill. So this is the bill that would have the state sell part of an off road park called Carnegie Carnegie's located between San Francisco and Modesto. The small off road park, mainly used by motorcycles and 20. Odd years ago, the state bought about three square miles to the west of it. And one of the neighbors is a smart guy. He's a lawyer, and he knows how to work the system, and he's been trying to get the state to sell this property and his last since 2017. There's been a bill for it each year. And this year the bills getting closer than it ever got. The bill. Just so there was two bills this year, there was a Senate State Senate bill and a state assembly bill. The state Senate bill kind of went away. It got pulled by the author. And the Assembly bill has been moving forward, so they made a minor amendment where they just moved to words back and forth. And what they also did during the amendment as they added Glacier as the co author of this bill. He wasn't an author before because his bill got that because he told us he was the one that he pulled his bill so that this bill could move better. So now the two proponents of this in the legislature, the two biggest proponents are both on this bill. It's gonna be So it has to go back to the the Assembly for concurrence, which means when they make an amendment, they got to go back and make sure everybody thinks it's okay. This is just absolutely devastating. The fact that they want to sell the property for the amount that it was purchased for 20 years ago. After all, the 23 22 it everything that we've done to upgrade the property. How much has property values gone up in 23 years? Audrey, the house 250%. I want to say something like that. My house is worth. I don't know a third of what it's worth now, 23 years ago so well, that that's an insult, but we just don't want to get sold. We wanted to stay in off road park. So we're now we're our lobby group is gonna Lobby the governor asking him. Please don't sign this bill, and we'll be talking to California State parks, who also don't want this bill to get signed. If you are in an off road club right now, we need you to contact us. We need as many letters of support that we can get. Uh we have specific verb Ege that we can do, Um, denying this at Bill and and stopping this bill. So I shouldn't say in support. It would be. We're trying to stop. We're trying to stop this bill, but bad piece of legislation. But if you supported by the we need your your club to step up, sending its logo sending it that that you're in agreeance with us to stop this bill and send it to info at sdrc dot org. Yes. Yeah, We've got pretty mad at this full of clubs already out there that are that have sent their letters to, uh San Diego out bags here. Del Sole, um I need the San Diego four wheelers. There's a few other ones that we need to step up and add in because the most support that we can get over to the to this, Um, governor, because this is going to the governor to sign now, Um, we and and he has vetoed this one in the past. Two years ago, I made it to 2019 2019. It made it to his office and he vetoed it. We made enough of a of a stink back then. So we need to raise raise up again and show our numbers need to show him and and We'll see how that goes. So let's move on to what's going on in the national forests because this is infuriating. Yes, a lot of people. We only have a few minutes left to talk about it and California has 18 national forests. Last Tuesday, the Forest, California Forest supervisor signed a letter saying that all the forests are closed. To everybody and everything until September, 17th Every fourth. If you look across exceptions, if you own proper, you know there's certain exceptions, but for the most part, if you want to recreate on Labor Day weekend, so let's go to the forest. You can't How do you think you go near the parks? And they shut down all the parks to the parks, the ones in to Tahoe Basin, and, um oh, my God. That and the ones up north near the Northern California's to those state parks have been shut down. But like Yosemite just did it a big announcement. You know, Yosemite. If you want to come for Labor Day, you can go to Yosemite. There's a couple of other ones that made announcements that were like They were still open. You can come over here, but there'll be no open. We've got Yeah, no open. Hopefully not dangers out of control right now, um, unfortunately. But it's frustrating because you know, here in San Diego, Cleveland Corral Canyon Corral. Kenyans closed. That's one. That's a big one for Labor Day weekend to go out to that a lot of different Clubs, usually the campgrounds their full. You can't find a spot and you know San Bernardino National Forest is a tough one because people in the greater Los Angeles area nine million something people, that's the place they can go, and they can drive around and have a real forest experience. There's Angeles National fourth, but that doesn't really have a lot of routes in it. It's not known for being a place to go be with nature. No San Bernardino San Bernadino Gorgeous. I was there a week ago and three weeks Ago. Oh, my God. I'm in love with the place. I want to go live there to move there. I do. You ought to at least spent a few months at a time. Why did you get a winter? Home there, but your home I want a summer home. 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New York Lawmakers to Publish Report on Cuomo's Conduct

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

New York Lawmakers to Publish Report on Cuomo's Conduct

"Lawmakers say they're planning to issue a final report on their impeachment investigation into governor andrew cuomo npr's hansie lo-long reports new york state. Lawmakers recently decided to suspend their investigation after cuomo resigns from office next week democratic governor andrew cuomo had been under growing pressure to step down after an independent report by the new york state attorney general concluded cuomo had sexually harassed at least eleven women. Cuomo has denied any wrongdoing days. After he announced plans resigned on august twenty fourth new york state assembly speaker. Carl hasty democrat said lawmakers will be suspending their investigation. Because new york's constitution does not allow the legislature to impeach and remove an elected official. Who's no longer in office. And a statement hasty says lawmakers will not interfere with investigations by local law enforcement into criminal allegations against cuomo on. Npr

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New York Assembly to Suspend Cuomo Impeachment Investigation

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

New York Assembly to Suspend Cuomo Impeachment Investigation

"The New York State Assembly will suspend its impeachment investigation into governor Andrew Cuomo once he steps down speaker Carl Heastie said in a statement that the assembly Judiciary Committee had heard from its lawyers that it can impeach and remove an elected official no longer in office Andrew Cuomo who wanted a fourteen day transition period announced his resignation this past Tuesday over sexual harassment allegations which he has denied some members of the Judiciary Committee said they wanted the group to at least release a report of their findings to the public it wasn't immediately known if that will happen I'm surely after

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Canada Reopens Borders to Fully Vaccinated Americans

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Canada Reopens Borders to Fully Vaccinated Americans

"The country provided they've been fully vaccinated against Covid 19. Ban on non essential travel across the U. S Canadian border was eased at midnight, but the US has yet to lift its limits on Canadian travellers. Today in New York State Assembly committee meets to Talk about how

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Majority of New York State Assembly Support Beginning Process to Impeach Cuomo

First Morning News

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Majority of New York State Assembly Support Beginning Process to Impeach Cuomo

"Andrew Cuomo does not resign, State Assembly members are moving to impeach him. Assembly Speaker Carl Hasty says Cuomo can no longer remain in office following the state attorney general report accusing him of sexual harassment. They go across New York four separate district attorneys now launching criminal probes into governor Andrew Cuomo after a scathing state investigation found he's sexually harassed 11 women and turned his office into a cauldron of fear and abuse. Not a single prominent New York Democrat, is defending the embattled governor. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi agrees. So does President Biden. Cuomo himself has not been seen or heard from since releasing a recorded statement more than 24 hours ago, and as correspondent aerial Reshef Mayor de Blasio again calling on the governor to resign. Here's more on that from W won't want to. Scott Brancaccio says Cuomo needs to end the agony that he's putting New York State through and end the pain of the women. He hurt. The mayor not impressed with Cuomo's explanation, following the attorney general's report, accusing the governor of sexually harassing women stop with this attempt to say culturally, Somehow he's allowed to do what he did. No, it's not acceptable. He needs to resign. Let's get this over with because the entire state has spoken now the mayor notes. He thinks he will work well with Lieutenant governor Kathy Huckle, who would take over Should Cuomo step down or be impeached. I'm

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Will Andrew Cuomo Survive the Sexual Harassment Investigation?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Will Andrew Cuomo Survive the Sexual Harassment Investigation?

"So any mccarthy. Welcome to the hugh hewitt show pleasure to have you here. Let's talk some cuomo. I how are you doing this morning. I'm doing great markham. Delighted to hear willie nelson but not stone. So exactly right. it's a well. Listen you've got to call them now on cuomo. And you describe the attrition. James report as a thorough going disaster for cuomo. Will he survive. I don't think so mark. And i you know. I'm really surprised if i had said that Six months ago. I think i would've Had to check myself in for analysis but Just like you feel you have to bring a little texas to To the nation. I think i need to bring a little new york to the nation because we're used to looking at everything through the prism of republican democrat politics and the dynamic in new york is very different. The you know. The republican party as an institution is negligible here and the politics are all this divide between the woke left and what passes for the democratic establishment and the woke left wants cuomo out. They've wanted him out for a long time. And that dynamic is very interesting in the way politics gets reported because the media is when we're looking at national issues. The media's one hundred percent that seems with the democrats when it's the woke left versus the establishment democrats. It's very different And they're very divided so cuomo doesn't have it. It looks to me like the you know. The president saw the limb out from behind him yesterday. And the interesting weathervane. Here is carl casey. Who was the head of the new york state assembly a cuomo ally and has been protecting him on all this impeachment stuff. They've had this meandering investigation for months. He did a one eighty yesterday in basically said cuomo was unfit. Needs to go seems to be if that's where he's coming from. That's bad bad. News for cuomo.

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"states assembly" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"states assembly" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"You know andrew managed mario cuomo's campaign so this is someone they've known each other for very long time. Andrew cuomo was Was a surrogate for biden's campaign during the two thousand sixteen campaign stuck with them. The whole time you excuse me the twenty twenty campaign stuck with them the whole time. He's when it kind of looked dire after iowa new hampshire and south and nevada. So they are they are accurately describes actual friends not just political acquaintances actual friends so for biden to do that. He had reserved judgmental investigation. Obviously that's a blow for for cuomo but but to your second point. I think what People don't always realize ralph northam. The governor of virginia is a good example of this. It's harder to get a politician out of office than you might think unless they willingly go so when we're thinking back you know just think of eliot spitzer the governor of new york who It was by the way. Also the nearest torney general who then ran for governor. Just as a to my previous point. he resigned Most of the time politicians resigned under pressure. If you don't resign under pressure if you're willing to say i'm here. I don't care basically at this point. Every democrat every prominent democrat in the democratic party. Both in new york and nationally has called on cuomo resign. I'll know that. Both of the the state senator kirsten gillibrand and chuck schumer called on him to resign months ago. When when this first came out as did most of the people in the house delegation from new york You can stick it out longer than a lot of people. Think ruffalo north. I'm stuck out the whole time right. I mean he's he is. His popularity. Numbers have improved now the danger to cuomo the only real danger to call if he's not going to resign is impeachment and the state assembly has already already. They're peach. New york works a lot like the national impeachment which thanks donald trump world. We're familiar with. It happened twice It works similarly the state assembly right now. The justice the judiciary committee in the state assembly is doing investigation when that investigation concludes which we don't know when that will be when that investigation includes the decision will be made on whether to proceed to impeachment In the state assembly. If that happens you need a simple majority vote in the state assembly. Then it goes to the state senate for a trial again. It's a lot like now. And if there's a trial all the state senators are members of the jury as are the seven members of the state's court of appeals which is its highest court if a majority convict two gives two thirds majority convicted there. He's out valkyrie. Only route of pomona not of cuomo being removed from office. That video statement. He ain't resigning. I just not gonna happen if he didn't do it yesterday. He's gonna do two weeks from now so when people say well it'll go to supreme court of the state of new york. What chris said is accurate. The court of appeals is higher than the supreme court in the state of new york and there are far fewer states senators than there are state assemblyman much like fewer senators than people in the house of representatives so it will be a smaller pool of people who are making this decision and it leads to. I guess the most reasonable question now. Which is what is his support. If it's if there's no support among politicians is their support among the people there was a time when he was a very popular. I wrote pieces. You can find them from early. Twenty twani no she really twenty one everything blurs for me in the last sixty when i think back on time it it feels like i get. It always wrong early. Twenty twenty one january february when he was doing those daily corona virus briefings in new york. New york was seen as remember. New york obviously was the hardest hit in the early days of the coveted pandemic and when new york was coming back in terms of low case. Rates in quibble. Was doing these detailed Powerpoint presentations every single day. The the the networks were carrying them live. his approval. rating nationally was through the roof. People were talking about joe biden naming him as vp or him stepping in to run against you by this. You know i in the early early before the election I wrote pieces saying andrew. Cuomo you know. If he wants to run for president he he would be a front runner His poll numbers in new york. Were extremely high They have come. They had come down to earth anyway although he was still. You know fifty five sixty percent approval. His numbers are not bad There was a sienna Poll that came out late. June where his favorable rating among democrats is you know in the seventies Overall it's a sort of mid fifty s the question. Now tony is and there's obviously no polling since this happened yesterday. The question is how much does the coverage of this in the report. The investigation report itself. Change that Politicians are a reactive species In some ways it's the nature of the beast. They are dependent on voters for their jobs and they react to what voters say thinking do in and voters change their minds. Politicians usually change their minds. democrats Have the majority in the state assembly and the new york state senate which is not always been the case you think of. New york is a really democratic state but a lot of republican governors lada majorities in bolt. So so how democrats decide. I think we are going to see an impeachment proceeding against andrew. Cuomo i guess at this point i would be surprised if we didn't the and i think the majority in the house. Ah again just like nationally. The house is the easier hurdle right. The house is the one you can get over because it's a simple majority. The tenant and those seven court of appeals justices. A two-thirds majority is hard. I mean i. It's why getting impeached and convicted doesn't happen all that often. In fact you know it's happened. Wants to a governor of new york. And i think komo's the fifty six governor of new york. It's happened once and it was one hundred plus years ago. So i think that that's the big question that's the route. That's the only way he's leaving. he is not. he's not overnight. Not going to happen chris. Thank you so much for doing this. And and explaining it to me and through me explaining it to anybody. Who's paying attention. Thank you it to you given the number of angry texts i sent about the nets. T. nightly bothering you. It's not a bother i. I concur with virtually everything..

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"states assembly" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"states assembly" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"From new york. This is democracy now. These interviews and pieces of evidence reveal deeply disturbing yet clear pitcher governor cuomo sexually harass current and former state employees violation of both federal and state laws new york governor andrew cuomo sexually harassed at least eleven women touching and kissing them without consent. This according to a damning investigation by new york attorney. General letitia james cuomo defended himself against the allegations with a video message. His longtime ally president biden and the entire democrat. Congressional delegation of new york are now calling on him to resign and the new york state assembly plans to draft articles of impeachment. We'll speak with state. Senator julia salazar and so mika director of the new york working families party. Then we go to minnesota. Where at least twenty water protectors were brutally arrested as resistance to the end bridge line. Three pipeline continues affair with young people and all people who are fighting for this moral fighting. There's nothing more powerful training a lot. more of. its needs to act. We'll speak with.

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Cuomo Questions Neutrality of AG Investigators

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo Questions Neutrality of AG Investigators

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo questions the neutrality of the lawyers hired to investigate allegations of sexual harassment the women have alleged the governor inappropriately kissed or touched them or made inappropriate sexual remarks as for the investigators I have concerns as to the independence of the reviewers almost as this is happening in a political system tracks trump on the punt ideology and I am eager for the truth to come out and when that happens new Yorkers will be shocked at what they have heard about this versus what they know about it separately another team of lawyers working for the state assembly is investigating whether there are grounds to impeach Cuomo I met Donahue

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"states assembly" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"states assembly" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Market will be watching closely today as Fed chairman Jerome Powell heads Capitol Hill to testify before a congressional panel say the economy's growth as the nation emerges from the pandemic has notably fueled inflation in recent months, but he believes it will prove temporary. Powell attributed to several factors, including higher gas prices and rapid increases in Three in March, Central Bank officials said no rate hike was expected until after 2023 might cross Washington shooting in the Denver suburb of Arvada has left a police officer and a bystander dead along with the suspected government. It happened as the officer answered a call of a suspicious incident near the city's library. Republican legislation that would penalize locality is trying to defund the police goes to a vote later today in the Wisconsin State Assembly. The bill already cleared the state Senate if it gets through the Assembly Governor Tony Evers expected to veto that legislation. Following yesterday's powerful rally on Wall Street this morning stock futures pointing to a lower open right now Dow futures are down about 19 points, while NASDAQ futures are off 23 S and P futures, five points lower. More on these stories, a town hall dot com Pounds and pounds of for our hair balls have hairballs.

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Native Students Finally Win the Right to Wear Tribal Regalia at Graduation Ceremonies

Native America Calling

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Native Students Finally Win the Right to Wear Tribal Regalia at Graduation Ceremonies

"A measure to ensure native american students can wear spiritual or cultural items to high school. Graduation was approved thursday by the california state assembly. The measure passed with a vote of sixty four to zero introduced by assembly member. James romo's romo says. School officials continue to object when students where eagle feathers sashes with native design or beaded medallions to graduation. The proposal requires the establishment of a task force. Together public comment develop recommendations and submit a report to the legislature in twenty twenty three. The measure will now be sent to the

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A Conversation with Shilpy Chatterjee of Sakhi.org

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

02:18 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation with Shilpy Chatterjee of Sakhi.org

"Are so excited to welcome chevy chatterjee of sakhi dot org. She'll be chatterjee received a degree and legal studies at the university of delhi and started her career as a farmer in tribal rights. Activists advocate shelby has worked extensively with survivors of gender based violence and worked as a domestic violence program advocate at the police precinct in queens new york city which gave her the unique opportunity to work closely with law enforcement in a current position as anti-violence program manager at sucky dot org she'll be continues to work with survivors of gender based violence. She'll be was awarded. The two thousand nineteen advocate of new york city award and received a citation from the new york state assembly for her work on behalf of survivors of domestic violence. Show be welcome to the show. Hi sonya thank you for having me. We are very excited to have you. And i did want to start out with a question. Pertaining to the fact that stocky dot org is one of oldest organization of its kind. And i want to know. How did you get involved. And what motivates you on a day to day basis in this incredibly critical wolf So i had been working with survivors of gender based violence in students and nine. And i knew that sake. The leader in the field and i was working directly with sake. What's the key was one of the critical partners so when time so presented i joined sucky team and it was three years ago and since then it has been one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life and it is so because it is an amazing team be. It is an amazing team of some really committed people and we bring in our stories and understanding of gender based violence so this whole journey of growing very very important to me and says i get to do that at five here gift to expedience at. Its second that. I value my time here. So

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"states assembly" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"states assembly" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Some developed WTMJ Palin Wi Doc sometimes saver traffic Sunny 63 today and chilly 41 lakeside so they could even see some patchy frost inland. It's 45 degrees in Milwaukee, seven o'clock from the WTMJ breaking news center, a handful bipartisan police reform bills heading to the state assembly after passing through the Senate. There is a significant proportion of Wisconsinites that feel that policing in this state should undergo some amount of change. And now Up to the State Assembly and then Governor Evers to determine if these changes occur, including having some use of force policies online. More data on use of force incidents recorded share personal files during the hiring process of officers and more as far as the use of chokeholds, Wisconsin Professional Police Association executive director Jim Palmer tells TMJ four news. We have long supported the prohibition on the use of chokeholds, with the exception that officers shouldn't be penalized for using him if they have to save their lives. Seven WELLS WTMJ News the state Legislature passing laws that make it more Difficult to vote Absentee in Wisconsin to address alleged issues in last year's presidential election. Republicans say they want to restore confidence in elections. The bills all but certain to be vetoed by Governor Evers with the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline and gas shortages. Many Americans in the South East facing sticker shock at the pump if they can't even find petroleum, ABC s Andrew Dember gas stations and at least seven states are reporting shortages from Florida to Virginia, and supply issues appear to be creeping north, according to Bloomberg Distributors. Say they're now getting gas on a ration basis in Linden, New Jersey, where the 5500 mile critical pipeline ends. Cyber attack five days ago forced its operator colonial pipeline to shut down the pipeline, causing shortages and sending prices climbing. The colonial pipeline expected to restart most of its operation. By the end of the week, the FDA approving the Cupid 19 Fizer Vaccine for Kids 12 to 15 this week. One Wisconsin medical expert says it's a step in the right direction. Medical College of Wisconsin President and CEO Dr John Raymond says the next phase in the process begins today. Control also has an advisory committee will make a recommendation to the CDC director, Dr Raymond expects a quick approval of the emergency use authorization. Then the final step will be each state's Department of Health Services would need that Macon approval. But I do anticipate that will be able to put shots in arms of 12 to 15 year olds later this week or early next week, and Wisconsin Melissa Barkley WTMJ news fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza, now in its third day. Thea's Railly Air Force.

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Rob Bonta Will Investigate Deadly Police Shootings as Attorney General

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Rob Bonta Will Investigate Deadly Police Shootings as Attorney General

"General nominee Rob Bonta says he's committed to investigating deadly police shootings of civilians. Under law, he wrote as a state legislator. Bonta currently represents Oakland in the State Assembly. He was nominated to be California's A G last week, Bonta said the attorney general can doom or toe lesson police violence, including reviewing any deadly shootings of civilians by law enforcement. We need to have justice we need to have On independent and thorough investigations of these officer involved shootings s O that Justice is done. The law giving the attorney general investigatory power was co authored by bond to law enforcement groups opposed the change, arguing the attorney general is not equipped to take on such investigations. Brian what?

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New York legalizes recreational marijuana, expunges former pot convictions

The Breakfast Club

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

New York legalizes recreational marijuana, expunges former pot convictions

"Since we're in new york. Let's talk about new york. They have legalized recreational marijuana and also expunged former Marijuana convictions this all happened last night. In new york state assembly voted one hundred forty nine to pass marijuana legalization bill and cuomo has previously said that he was signed this bill into law once it reaches his desk and he reiterated that last night as well. Yeah any any State that's decriminalizing marijuana legalize marijuana. You have to let your non-violent drug offenders out of jail and you have to expunge records of people who have those type of charges on them you have to

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"states assembly" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"states assembly" Discussed on KCRW

"Patriots all my boys, they don't want to be. The FBI says in a court filing. That basin Jano shouted into bullhorn is other protestors clashed with police authorities say she entered the building twice and can be seen close to someone who broke a window of the historic building during the riot. According to Politico communication snag between the U. S. Justice Department and the U. S marshals is responsible for the delay in transferring be seen, ya know to D C In Washington U. S. District Judge Carl Nichols says he will hold a virtual hearing on detention and bail issues next week. A state lawmaker is introduced a resolution to punish members of Congress who went along with former President Trump's bogus claims of election fraud. If the bills approved 147 federal lawmakers would be barred from stepping foot on the floor of the state Assembly, KCRW's Matt Gillam explains. Hours after the deadly January 6 insurrection, 147 Republican lawmakers defied the will of voters and voted against certifying election results from Arizona and Pennsylvania. Assembly member. Mark Levin, a Democrat from Marin County, thinks there should be consequences. His measure would ban those lawmakers permanently from the floor of the state Assembly. Levine says the actions of those who voted against the election results are consistent with democracy and go against their oath to protect the constitution. Levin calls his permanent ban a modest action, but state Republicans call it a distraction and to do nothing resolution. If it passed. Lawmakers, including representatives Joo Burn, lt of Big Bear Lake Douglas Mulpha from the Chico area, and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who all previously served in the assembly would be among those banned from the floor of the chamber. Typically, former Assembly members are allowed free access to the floor. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations and from Fidelity Wealth management, providing perspective on a client's entire financial picture, Investment, minimum supply, Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC and from progressive insurance with the name your price tool, offering a range of coverage and price options to choose from Now that's progressive. War progressive dot com or at 1 800 progressive. Yeah, you're.

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"states assembly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"states assembly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Some State Assembly members have a plan to help speed up the reopening of major theme parks. Democrats sharing quirk Silva and Republicans Suzette Martinez valid areas have announced plans to co sponsor a bill that would allow all amusement parks regardless of size to reopen safely within the same tier California issued separate re opening guidelines for small and large theme parks and Governor Newsome's blueprint for a safer economy. Disneyland. And Universal Studios Hollywood are in the most restrictive tear, which has left them shuttered for nearly a year. The executive director of the California Attractions and Parks Association, praised the proposed legislation. Layla Mohammed Ko Phi News researchers in the UK are testing to see if it's possible to mix and match different versions of the cove in 19 vaccine. ABC is, Dr Ellen says Scientists will use one version of the vaccine for the first dose and a different one. For the second one. This is promising, then this could really change. The face of vaccine shortages. Researchers say the first study will use doses from the vaccines developed by Fizer and Astra Zeneca. Our fight against this fires isn't over. The governor of Wisconsin has issued a new emergency order reinstating a statewide mask mandate. He did it. Less than an hour after the state's Republican majority Legislature repealed a previous order to require face coverings in public. Governor Tony ever says the virus is not going away wearing a mask is the most basic thing we can do to keep each other safe. The Legislature keeps playing politics and we don't keep wearing masks. We're going to Seymour preventable deaths, and it's going to take even longer to get our state and our economy back on track. He says. He's going to keep listening to the science. The news is brought to you by SON Locks. A federal judge has ordered that a man from the capital riots known as the Q and on shaman Given an organic diet in jail. Lawyers for the guy say he hasn't eaten in more than a week because there are no healthy options, The defense said. Chance Lee regards nonorganic food as an object intrusion onto his body that would cause serious illness. The D. C Department of Corrections declined to provide an organic diet, saying chance Lee failed to identify a faith when he entered custody. Erica. Turkey says the judge ordered an organic diet instead of releasing the man from jail, which his lawyers had pushed for. The man is accused of participating in the attack of the capital while wearing face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns. And speaking of food. Pasadena is hosting a free fair foodie fest at the Rose Bowl, Deep fried Oreos and John Get this crispy cream donut cheeseburgers. Are among the offerings which you have that a Krispy Kreme. Disgusting. I thought for sure you would know they're separate. Oh, you don't mix anything with a cheeseburger. Okay? She's burger stands by itself. And the crispy cream doughnut stands by. Okay, Well, I thought I was doing you a favor telling you about that. It's good to know. All right, but it's don't bring that in. If you're less adventurous, you can jab down on turkey legs, barbecue ribs, curly fries and funnel cakes is this This is a Pasadena, The Rose Bowl. The drive thru event will be held every weekend this month, starting tomorrow. Who? All right,.

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"states assembly" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"states assembly" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Of the state don't have a mandate locally issued. So that mean that would have none. This does not mean that a business couldn't on its own require the wearing of masks and so on. The assembly must still pass it. But as I said before, There's nothing to prevent Iverson continuing to issue these orders, even if the Legislature blacks that making simply issue a new order after that. At some point, the state Supreme Court And just this hide under the table Haggard or they're going to have to decide. If Tony Evers has these orders. The constitutional authority to essentially function is a dictator by telling private citizens. What they can and can't do in public without the approval of the Legislature. So to recap. The State Assembly today. Restored. The strength in the bill. Restricting Evers is covert 19 authority. Putting back in all the things that Taken up by the Senate couple of weeks ago. Said. It now has to decide if they're going to show some backbone this time or if they're gonna Not accept the assembly changes and got it right back. This is like, Imagine a Thanksgiving turkey, where you put in the stuff again and take it right back out. The reassembly is trying to put the stuffing in the Senate stake of the stuffing out because Tony Evers doesn't like to eat stuffing, aren't I? A great analogy maker? That's the one in this case, it seems to be. The assembly is big, more responsive than the Senate on the other, the Senate finally, after the begging of many conservatives. Voted to repeal Evers, his emergency order exercising their authority. Act when the governor issues an executive order order if the assembly must now also agree to repeal that order. Again For those who think that that would be the end of it. There's nothing under the law that could stop Tony Iverson keep issuing these orders unless the Supreme Court says the orders are unconstitutional. And that is the great power the exact executive has. And you saw that Barack Obama governed by executive order. Trump learned from that and issued a ton of executive orders himself and Joe Biden this week repealed Damn near everything Donald Trump did by executive order. It's not the proper way to govern. It's not proper when the Democrats used it. It's not proper when the Republicans use it, but the Republicans should news that tool if the Democrats are going to use it. In this instance, the Legislature which is essentially done nothing to stop Tony over some ramps, running rampant over all of our rights and allowing Disgraceful closing of the public schools for no legitimate reason. At the same time that almost everything else in our society is up and running. Schools remain closed because in some districts teachers don't want to teach. We've got I'm told it's like 80% of the district's in Wisconsin might be more. I think it's 60% of the students and 80% of the districts are open five day in person instruction if they can all do it. It is disgraceful that Racine, Milwaukee, Madison, Tosa, Shorewood and a handful of others continue to appease their disgracefully unprofessional teachers. You don't want to teach it would rather sit at home. Despite the terrible damage. They're done to their being done to their Children, and it is disgraceful that Evers and the Democrats side With these horrible teachers and their laziness and cowardice. And do not side with the Children and taxpayers who are being harmed, particularly when so many other communities and somebody private schools and demonstrating You could operate these schools perfectly safely, particularly given the fact that kids are unlikely to get the virus in fact. The likeliest way A teacher is going to get the virus in the school is from another teacher. Not from the kids themselves. So hope you're able to keep all of that straight and follow all of it as a reward for listening, But this is going to give you the six o'clock hour word in the cold, hard cash contest. The word for this hour is win..

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