35 Burst results for "Steve Bullock"

Biden's Cancellation Of Permit For Keystone XL Pipeline Faces Mixed Reactions

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03:40 min | 11 months ago

Biden's Cancellation Of Permit For Keystone XL Pipeline Faces Mixed Reactions

"Now president biden isn't just focusing on the pandemic one of the first things. He did after his inauguration. Yesterday was to cancel a permit to build the keystone excel pipeline that pipeline would transported crude oil from alberta to the texas gulf coast would have entered the us in montana from their yellowstone. Public radio's kayla roche reports on the mixed reaction to the cancellation tribes and environmental groups. Here and in other states the pipeline would have crossed have been fighting the keystone excel pipeline in court for roughly a decade last year in a video by indigenous collective buffalo defense. Roughly ten for pet tribal members protested in northern montana. They lined up with their hands held up fists and repeated a lakota phrase. That's become slogan. For the movement against pipelines like the dakota access pipeline keystone excel. Johnny were drawing. Water is life. The canadian company behind keystone xl tc energy operates a pipeline which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in south dakota and twenty seventeen and in north dakota in nine thousand hundred activists and tribal members say the pipeline endangers water-quality bricks tribal land treaties and pipeline. Construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Biden's decision to revoke a presidential permit. Donald trump granted canadian developer energy in two thousand nineteen puts a heart stop to the billion dollar project. Among those celebrating was fort belknap indian community council president. Andy work a member of the onny tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy. And i'm really thankful in south dakota the rosebud sioux tribal government. Join fort belknap. In suing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud sioux president rodney bordeaux was busy coordinating cove nineteen vaccinations. When he heard biden cancelled. The permit agreed victory. Hopefully that's the end of it but will continue to fight it we're gonna watch it but pipelines supporters are seeing the collapse of ten years of work. Tc energy which declined to comment for the story. Released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancellation yesterday and said it. Suspending further activity on the pipeline county commissioners in rural northeastern montana where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to the tax revenue which the state estimated at sixty three million dollars. A year extremely disappointed mary. Armstrong a commissioner in montana's valley county where very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place in Perfectly compatible with us montana. Republicans strongly criticized by an institution. But keep an excel has also been supported by democrats here. Including former governor steve bullock and senator jon tester yesterday tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline but with conditions he had encouraged the biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision while the pipeline from alberta looks dead for now the premier of that province jason kenney yesterday pushed for consequences the canadian province of alberta invest in one point. Five billion dollars in the project in a statement. Yesterday kenny culver biden and prime minister justin trudeau to discuss the decision. However the us government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues that it is clear that the government of canada impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions to defend our country's vital economic interest canadian prime minister justin trudeau in a statement expressed. Disappointment invite is decision but acknowledged biden's choice to fulfil a promise. He made during his campaign run

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U.S. reaches new milestones for coronavirus deaths

BBC World Service

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. reaches new milestones for coronavirus deaths

"Virus vaccine US cases of the disease and deaths are hitting all time highs. NPR's Nathan Rott reports that Los Angeles County said a number of grim pandemic milestones on Thursday health officials in Los Angeles County have confirmed nearly 13,000 new coronavirus cases. Shattering the previous daily record. They also sadly reported the first death of a child from Cove in 19 in L. A county. News comes his hospitals are filling up regionally and around other parts of the country less than 8% of ICU beds in all of Southern California were still available as of Thursday afternoon. In the San Joaquin Valley less than 2%. State and local governments are implementing stayed home orders to try and slow the spread of cove in 19, and they're urging people to not travel this holiday season. Nathan Rott. NPR NEWS LOS Angeles Montana Governor Steve Bullock says his state is preparing for

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Political Campaigns See Flood Of Outside Money, Often From Unknown Donors

Marketplace

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Political Campaigns See Flood Of Outside Money, Often From Unknown Donors

"A record amount of outside money is flooding into Senate races across the country. Of course, control of the chamber is up for grabs in next week's election. As NPR's gyms are only reports much of the outside money comes from groups whose donors are mystery. Last March. A day before the filing deadline, Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced he would challenge the Republican Senate incumbents Steve Daines, and so began the epic battle of this Steve's on the airwaves. I think that Danes had his first attack at up in I would say it was less than a week. Lee Banville teaches journalism at the University of Montana, he says many millions of dollars are being spent on the race the population of its largest city. Billings, Khun fit inside a big college football stadium. So all those millions by a lot of TV and Internet ads, whether it's the radio, or, you know, gosh knows if you're watching the nightly news or jeopardy. You just It's political out after political ad do you call a man who doesn't just accept trumps corruption? But votes for it? What do you call a man like this? You call him? Delis. That ad is paid for by the never Trumper Lincoln Project, one of the most prolific spenders this year. Montana writer Dan Brooks wonders if he sledgehammers subtle negative ads turn off voters from the perspective of people that I talked about. It just makes everyone generally angry at politics. I think that like Just seeing it everywhere is alienating. Many of these groups have bland names that obscure who they really are. Ah, bill passed by the House would force them to be more transparent about their funders. It's stuck on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is desk. The idea behind the bill is that voters should know where this outside money is coming from, even if they can't get rid of it altogether. Jim's a roly NPR

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"steve bullock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"19 cases in September, New restrictions could be imposed as governor, Steve Bullock tries to onesie to Republican U. S. Senator. We'll have that story coming up later this hour. 53 degrees right now. Light rain falling in New York City. We are expecting rain through much of the day today Hire 57 degrees breezy as well. Gusts up to 32 MPH tonight rain with temperature rising a few degrees overnight up to around 60 degrees, and then tomorrow rain patchy fog to start the day. Mainly finishing before two in the afternoon, Looking at a high around 70 degrees. Support for NPR comes from W. N. Y C members. And from Americans for the arts, working with federal, state and local arts agencies to support artists and arts organizations helping to heal the nation during this pandemic more and Americans.

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"steve bullock" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Biden's ex husband has accused a potential first lady of having an affair with Joe Biden and says that Jill and Joe Light about how they met in the 19 seventies. Guy says he only getting trouble. He just wants the facts out there. The guy's name is Steven 70 72. On that he and his wife grew close to Biden in 1972. On. Then Jill became close to him to bite. That is while Stevenson was out actually are occasionally campaigning for Biden and Jill and Joe were getting busy. Yeah, Yeah, no problem I have with with stories like this and people like this. Is that? Where was he? When Biden was running with Obama, where was running for Senate for Senate? Where was he? When he ran was governor of Delaware. You know. So where was all of the this concern about his fooling around behind his back with his wife? So I just question the timing of it is just a little bit for sure. Well, look, I think the timing is understandable. The reason these books come out now is this is the highest office in the land. Oh, and so anybody who has any dirt on anybody is going to want to have a book published about now over maximize book sales, and the threshold is pretty high. You've got two other ones coming on a member of the The young man I think out of North Carolina Madison 25 Year old very now a group of women. He's a rising Republican star, and now several women have step for claiming that he tried to forcibly kissed them. Or grab them or pressured them to sit on his lap while he was in college. So this is now and then you have a a woman, claiming the Democrat governor Steve Bullock. Inappropriately grabbed her butt. On the governor's denying that disgraceful claims O. This is an election year. Father stuff, you know they they they bring out the dirt of the opposition research because they've got nothing else. They can't run on ideas that can't run an oppositional policy. They have to bring out salacious unvetted on verified stuff, just like they try to take Donald Trump down with the Russian hopes. By the way, you talk about election, your father, one of the things that's going to be a staple. I think this particular election season. Is taking a look at the number of gaffes being made by the nominee to be Joe Biden president waited on that yesterday. How many times by the way. Has he been up in a speech where he'll say the wrong state? He'll get up? It's great to be in the wonderful state of Ohio. Sir. Sir, you're in Florida. That's the bad one. You see palm trees Wonderful to be in Ohio O R. I love Being with the people from Iowa, Sir, you're in is a piece. I don't know who wrote this week. Some of Camilla's gap, sir, almost his legendary As as Joe Bynes. In fact, Michael Wright's PG County listening this morning that the president, according to the report, he heard has answered nearly 1900 questions from reporters. And hiding Biden as it exactly 36 from reporters. Think about that. This president's answered, posted 2000 questions. That's probably Mohr with factor in four years, all the press conferences On. Biden has answered 36. That's three dozen. Come on, man. You go to the doughnut store. That's a lot for a junkie junkie. By the way, it's almost time for years. You fake news, right? Confess if we need one of those you got one already revealed some 43 traffic and weather on the threes. Chuck Whitaker. Thank you for your service of the Baltimore voting Center, Interstate 68. Western part of the state remains closed out their exit 46.

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Montana Counties To Conduct Primary Election By Mail

America's First News

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Montana Counties To Conduct Primary Election By Mail

"Montana, meanwhile, becoming the latest to permit all male voting in November as a way to limit the spread of Corona virus Governor Steve Bullock issuing that order on Thursday. Is increasingly unlikely that the pandemic will fully abated by November, such a traditional in person voting. Won't pose a significant risk to public health and human safety. Additionally, Our election administrators are county clerks and recorders found with 2020 June primary was successful that it was quote, streamlined, accurate. It is safest possible. Under the current pandemic. It only makes sense that we start preparing now to ensure that no Montana and will have to choose between their vote. Or their health. They didn't have two in June. And they shouldn't have to in November there force we did for the June primary. Issuing a directive today to allow counties the choice to conduct a

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Biden wins Maryland primary

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Biden wins Maryland primary

"More election results coming in from the Maryland primary and there are already returns in a very closely watched congressional race WTOP's Mitchell Miller joins us live Maryland is one of seven states Joe Biden has won this primary night and he's now less than one hundred and fifty delegates away from clinching the democratic presidential nomination incoming congressional candidates in Maryland all appear to be holding their own though the numbers are still relatively light and could a controversial congressman in Iowa be in trouble Republican Steve king who's been accused of various races statements over the years trails Republican challenger Randy Feenstra with about half of the vote counted now he's trailing forty three percent to thirty six percent also two Senate races are now set in Iowa Democrat Theresa greenfield will take on Republican senator Joni Ernst and in Montana former governor and Democrat Steve bullock will face Republican senator Steve Daines

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The Latest: Biden sweeps all 7 presidential primaries

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Biden sweeps all 7 presidential primaries

"With primary elections held Tuesday some voters have to navigate long lines because the virus restrictions and tense neighborhoods because of protests nine states and the district of Columbia held primary elections for a number of state and federal contests Democrat Joe Biden and president trump easily won their respective races might be needed to clinch eighty nine percent of the delegates at stake to officially become the party nominee before the summer convention voters in Washington DC and Pennsylvania we're dealing with large protests fewer polling stations and the worry they'd be stopped for violating curfews and in Montana which voted by mail the governor Steve bullock won a democratic Senate primary will challenge incumbent Republican senator Steve Daines in the fall I'm Jackie Quinn

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The Latest: Biden sweeps all 7 presidential primaries

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Biden sweeps all 7 presidential primaries

"With primary elections held Tuesday some voters have to navigate long lines because the virus restrictions and tense neighborhoods because of protests nine states and the district of Columbia held primary elections for a number of state and federal contests Democrat Joe Biden and president trump easily won their respective races might be needed to clinch eighty nine percent of the delegates at stake to officially become the party nominee before the summer convention voters in Washington DC and Pennsylvania we're dealing with large protests fewer polling stations and the worry they'd be stopped for violating curfews and in Montana which voted by mail the governor Steve bullock won a democratic Senate primary will challenge incumbent Republican senator Steve Daines in the fall I'm Jackie Quinn

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Theresa Greenfield wins Democratic Senate primary in Iowa

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Theresa Greenfield wins Democratic Senate primary in Iowa

"Race in Iowa Theresa greenfield has just won the democratic nomination she'll face Republican congresswoman Joni Ernst there are also reports early on now from CNN that Steve king an Iowa the long time Republican may be in trouble in that race meanwhile in Montana closely watched race in the Senate former Montana governor Steve bullock has won the democratic nomination to face incumbent Republican senator

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"steve bullock" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Steve Inskeep good morning the availability of corona virus testing depends in part on where you live we have perspectives from three states this morning we're joined by Montana public radio's Corin Cates Carney Michigan radio Serra Swick and impairs little file in Los Angeles good morning guys morning good morning corn started Montana the trump administration says tests are more available every day how's that match up with what you're seeing so in Montana governor Steve bullock was on a phone call with president trump earlier this week and said Montana is just one day away from running out of time is and what he meant by that is that the federal centers for disease control and prevention only sons about six hundred tests a date of the state and the state can't get more new batch until they've used up the old one and that really creates a small room for error in Montana because the state is trying to run a five hundred tests today here's a piece of tape from governor Steve bullock you spoke with reporters earlier this week so that if we lost one day or false and we had a huge spike in testing all of a sudden we start creating a significant backlog along the way so here in Michigan it's been mostly local leaders particularly the mayor of Detroit Mike Duggan and some county leaders have been taking the lead on securing tasks and had it setting up testing sites but really at this point the bulk of the tasks are being performed in hospitals mmhm and in California local and state leaders also taking the lead setting up testing expanding testing but California governor Gavin Newsom sounded skeptical that there would be enough of these rapid test mention by the way what has to be the solution to a national shortage here's what he said of that everything this week but I want to caution folks on this the scale ability of some of these promoted testing protocols ten minute home test forty five minutes whatever it is the scalability is not there as advertised and I say this because where practitioners of this we have the resources and we are deeply engaged with these companies so he sang in California he and other local officials are still talking to every company can find that makes tests out the scalability meaning can you do millions of tasks and then there's the question of can you process millions of tests after they're taken right right exactly that's a big issue here in California testing testing capacity has definitely grown but the latest publicly released data in California says there have been more than eighty six thousand one hundred tests as of Monday and that's just point two percent of the population of the state but the majority of those tests fifty seven thousand four hundred our backlog to people waiting sometimes twelve days for results meanwhile local and state officials are scrambling to ramp that number of tests up Sir what about Michigan so in Michigan and there were actually not releasing numbers about how many people overall have been tested we just know how many tests have been completed we're expanding capacity here pretty rapidly at this point and scaling up but we're coming from a really really low point and a late start we've tested just many fewer people than than even other states who are similarly hard head Corran if there's a limited number of daily tasks in Montana who gets them first so like you know people in other states people are still being turned away from test Montana doctors here on no that beset the following CDC priority guidelines and Montana governor Steve bullock he says he's looking forward to the roll out of that new rapid response testing but there's really no timeline for when that's gonna happen so in Michigan were really looking at for the most part so far only testing the most high risk people people who are in hospitals we're getting more to where we're testing more police and first responders to trade police in particular have been hit extremely hard by this some some of those rapid response test that you heard about our had just arrived here in Michigan and those first responders and healthcare workers will get first priority for getting those tasks okay that makes sense I guess bus drivers also can be a priority which makes perfect sense they're being asked to keep the transit systems open enough contact with lots and lots of people but what about people who are not at the front of that line for people who are not at the front of that line they are I've I've talked to some folks recently most recently it was a woman named Monique Baker McCormick she lives in the trade she's a Wayne County commissioner her daughter goes to western Michigan university out in Kalamazoo Michigan she tried to get tested at a clinic out there for covert nineteen she initially could not get tested she eventually was and she was positive for covert nineteen she got her test results thirteen days later after she had gone home to trade unfortunately a fellow student at western Michigan who is in the same position history did not turn out so well this is Monique Baker McCormick he came back home to Detroit passed it on to his parents or his his mother and they found out that he did have it and he died and that young man was a senior he was about to graduate just twenty five years old but McCormick's larger point here is that you know colleges and universities are releasing all of the students who are presumably at very high risk for for caring for a virus but they are just not getting tested at all for the most part because they're considered very low risk Coron is the disease narrowly enough spread in Montana that there still seems to be a chance to contain it with proper testing so health officials here think I know based on the available data that Montana can watch and learn from some of the struggles in these larger more populated areas and really focus on containment here but at the same time yeah they may say that you know they really need a lot more tests to do a more aggressive contact tracing where they reach out to people who've been in contact with a positive case test them and then isolate the person with the positive tests themselves and I don't that's really with the goal of stopping those transmission chains but doctors here I've talked with say there there really isn't enough testing going on right now to get a full picture of where the viruses in Montana well let's and in the nation's most populous state where you have tens of millions of people who are at risk what what is it what is that what is the critical issue there lately well nobody has any idea what the scope of the spread of the viruses these positive case numbers coming out of states cities counties they don't mean much when the scale of testing is so low how do you contain a spread that you can't measure the CDC is now saying one in four people infected may not show symptoms so health care workers say they feel like they're working blind because any person could have it and unknowingly be spreading it and that's why millions of people in the state in this country are I'd stay home orders and remain on state home orders two seemingly contradictory thoughts here one is maybe you don't need the test as an individual because your treatments might not change that much if you're sick but the big picture we just don't know the big picture because the testing isn't there later thanks so much thank you that's NPR's Leila Fadel in California Michigan radio's Sarah Swick thanks to you Sarah thank you and Montana public radio's Corin Cates Carney thanks to you thank you this is NPR news and thanks for joining us for morning edition on KCRW I'm Jonathan.

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Despite Pushback, Trump Suggests Testing No Longer an Issue

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Despite Pushback, Trump Suggests Testing No Longer an Issue

"Trump says he may announce new social social distancing distancing guidelines guidelines later later today today at at a a coronavirus coronavirus briefing briefing yesterday yesterday he he downplayed downplayed the the needs needs of of some some of of the the hardest hardest hit hit states states and and claim claim the the testing testing is no longer an issue from the rose garden president trump said governors across the country were happy with the help from the federal government referencing a video conference call with them earlier in the day I think for the most part they were saying thank you for doing a great job one hundred CBS news obtained a recording of the call and while the governors do you think the president way also raised concerns Montana governor Steve bullock warned the president I delay in testing could soon overwhelm hospitals in rural areas and said his state does not have the capability to test yeah I haven't heard about casting in weeks Mr trump praised his administration over one million Americans have now been tested more than any other country but the US is lacking in the number of tests per capita and president trump lashed out when asked why you should be saying congratulations on instead of asking a really a snarky question because he also repeated his suggestion that surgical masks were being stolen by health care workers claiming a vendor told him one of your hospital ordered ten to twenty thousand masks before the virus but now all of a sudden is giving three hundred thousand and I said no matter how bad this is could that be possible is it going out the back door New York governor Andrew Cuomo addressed the allegations at or if he really believes that the then you should just call for an investigation governor Cuomo said he does not believe any equipment is being stolen as for ventilators president trump said production has ramped up so dramatically the U. S. will have enough to send to other countries in Europe though he did not provide any specific numbers or tie line

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Trump tells governors he hasn't heard about a lack of coronavirus test kits 'in weeks'

Markley and Van Camp

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Trump tells governors he hasn't heard about a lack of coronavirus test kits 'in weeks'

"President trump told the nation's governors that he has not heard about a shortage of corona virus tests in weeks a recording of the president's conference call with governors obtained by The New York Times as Montana's Steve bullock expressing frustration three as for the testing on the call president trump sounding surprised two weeks more in the world thanks no problem on Monday the president unveiled a test that has results in minutes just now being manufactured

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As Governors Plead for Tests, Trump Promises Ventilators to Europe

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

01:50 min | 1 year ago

As Governors Plead for Tests, Trump Promises Ventilators to Europe

"House from the rose garden president trump said governors across the country were happy with the help from the federal government referencing a video conference call with them earlier in the day I think for the most part they were saying thank you for doing a great job CBS news obtained a recording of the call and while the governors do you think the president way also raised concerns Montana governor Steve bullock warned the president I delay in testing could soon overwhelm hospitals in rural areas and said his state does not have the capability to test right yeah I haven't heard about testing in weeks we have more now than in the nation in the world but I haven't heard about testing the no problem reaching Mr trump praised his administration over one million Americans have now been tested more than any other country but the US is lacking in the number of tests per capita and president trump lashed out when asked why you should be saying congratulations on instead of asking a really a snarky question because he also repeated his suggestion surgical masks were being stolen by health care workers claiming a vendor told him one York hospital ordered ten to twenty thousand masks before the virus but now all of a sudden is giving three hundred thousand and I said no matter how bad this is could that be possible is it going out the back door New York governor Andrew Cuomo addressed the allegations at or if you really believe that the then you should just call for an investigation governor Cuomo said he does not believe any equipment is being stolen as for ventilators president trump said production has ramped up so dramatically the U. S. will have enough to send to other countries in Europe though he did not provide any specific numbers or

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Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has dropped out of the 2020 race, and says he won’t run for Senate

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has dropped out of the 2020 race, and says he won’t run for Senate

"Bullock Montana says governor it became Steve bullock clear is he ending wasn't his going democratic to have a shot presidential at the party's campaign nomination bullock the bullet says message it became in clear debates he in wasn't the campaign going to have a shot he at the is party's a Democrat nomination in a state the Donald bullet message Trump one in debates in twenty in the sixteen campaign not only he did is I went a Democrat in from a state state Donald Trump one get in twenty things sixteen done not not just only talking did I about went bullet got from a late state start announcing his get candidacy things in done may not Democrats just talking about have been pushing bullet him got to a give late up start the run for announcing the White his House candidacy and go in for may a seat in the Senate Democrats from Montana have been pushing him were to first give up term the Republican run for the White Steve House Daines and go is for up a for seat reelection in the Senate from bullock Montana said he had were no first interest term Republican in doing that Steve Daines and Donahue is up for reelection Washington bullock said he had no interest in doing that and Donahue Washington

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Steve Bullock ends his 2020 presidential bid

Glenn Beck

00:07 sec | 2 years ago

Steve Bullock ends his 2020 presidential bid

"Montana governor Steve bullock is ending his democratic presidential campaign he says it's clear he doesn't have a shot at his party's

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"steve bullock" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Their presidential campaigns Montana governor Steve bullock drop down this morning issuing a statement over the weekend former Pennsylvania congressman Joe SESAC ended his bid in an email to supporters there are still sixteen candidates seeking the democratic presidential nomination you're listening to NPR news from Washington president trump says in a tweet this morning that he is going to immediately restore US tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Argentina and Brazil he claims that both countries are devaluing their currencies and thus hurting American farmers China has retaliated after president trump signed legislation allowing sanctions against Hong Kong and Chinese mainland officials for human rights abuses from Hong Kong Anna Marie Evans has more China has said it will impose sanctions on some American rights organizations and stop U. S. warship visits to Hong Kong on to the home Kong human rights and democracy act was signed into law by Mr trump last Wednesday a spokeswoman for China's foreign ministry Kwan jin Yang called the act on reasonable she said the U. S. NGOs which include the national endowment for democracy Human Rights Watch and Freedom House had acted badly over the recent unrest here but she did not provide details on how they would be sanctioned the protests in the city and now into their six month China has often accused the US of foreign interference in the demonstrations for NPR news I'm Anna Marie Evans in Hong Kong renowned international conductor of merece yon since has died at the age of seventy six he led the Pittsburgh orchestra the royal concert cabal orchestra in Amsterdam and many others the Pittsburgh post Gazette reports Jansson was born in hiding in nineteen forty three in German occupied Latvia he died of a heart condition at his home in Russia I'm korva Coleman NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the artists foundation dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and the natural world learn more about our case and its partners at Argus foundation dot org and the listeners who support this NPR station good morning is four oh six a new face starts this week in the house impeachment enquiring against president trump the global climate conference begins in Madrid and the latest on Fridays terror attack in London that's all coming up for you on morning edition here on KQED and a little bit later on this morning next time on the California report for years home cooks in our state have sold food under the radar sometimes risking criminal penalties in exchange for vital income but a year after California legalized home kitchen businesses only one county is issuing permits I'm really tamale that story plus a roundup of news from around the state next time on the California report and for support comes at five fifty one this morning.

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"steve bullock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Judiciary Committee Tamera Keith NPR news the United Nations has opened its global climate conference in Madrid delegates are seeking solutions as extreme weather affects much of the world's population the BBC's Mike McGraw reports from a trend as the diplomats begin their talks a report from save the children estimates that thirty three million people in east and southern Africa I've been driven to hunger but what the term climate shocks droughts floods and the impacts of the strongest ever cyclones to hit the continent to limit these consequences in the future experts argue the world needs to set out plans for dramatic climate action during the next twelve months this meeting in Madrid is the first step on the road the BBC's Mike McGraw reporting the National Weather Service has posted winter storm warnings across much of New England the rep from Pennsylvania to southern Maine from New Hampshire public radio any row peek says that on Sunday the air traffic tracking site FlightAware dot com said more than eight thousand flights were delayed the first half of the storm has already caused some delayed and cancelled flights for thanksgiving travelers heading home forecasters say there will be a law all in the snow during the day Monday but it's expected to pick back up again Monday night and could cause many of the same problems into Tuesday some parts of the northeast may end up with more than a foot of snow totals in Hebrew peak reporting separately a winter storm is pounding the central Appalachians winter storm warnings are up for parts of Virginia West Virginia North Carolina and Kentucky some areas may receive a foot of snow travel is hazardous to Democrats have quit their presidential campaigns Montana governor Steve bullock drop down this morning issuing a statement over the weekend former Pennsylvania congressman Joe says stack ended his bid in an email to supporters there are still sixteen candidates seeking the democratic presidential nomination you're listening to NPR news from Washington this is WNYC in New York good morning I'm Richard take it seven oh four the National Weather Service is predicting snow across the region north and west of the city expected to get the most some eighty inches could fall in Sussex county governor Phil Murphy told Univision forty one that commuters shouldn't underestimate this weather system we may be wild into thinking that the morning commute in in a lot of the state is is actually okay but the the conditions are going to worsen meaningfully over the course of the day one to three inches expected here in New York City the department of education is cancelled after school programs that require transportation by yellow buses also alternate side of the street parking regulations have been suspended in anticipation of the storm minerals though are in effect authorities say one person is dead after a fire in Brooklyn early this morning the FDNY says the incident happened in east Flatbush just before four police say the man jumped from the third floor of the building was pronounced dead at the hospital seven others suffered non life threatening injuries more than one hundred firefighters responded a blockage in a city sewer near the belt parkway sent wastewater into the basements of more than eighty homes in Jamaica queens over the weekend W. N. Y. C.'s Jim o'grady reports all of Chung says.

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Steve Bullock ends his 2020 presidential bid

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Steve Bullock ends his 2020 presidential bid

"To Democrats have quit their presidential campaigns Montana governor Steve bullock drop down this morning issuing a statement over the weekend former Pennsylvania congressman Joe says stack ended his bid in an email to supporters there are still sixteen candidates seeking the democratic presidential

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All eyes on Iowa — and Buttigieg

The Forecast with Harry Enten

06:18 min | 2 years ago

All eyes on Iowa — and Buttigieg

"First and foremost though the Iowa caucuses is about one hundred days out so for today's forecast we're gonNA focus their Harry how are the Democratic candidates ranking in that wonderful state of a wonderful Hawkeye state I do believe not the buckeyes state is some people sometimes call it why though high because it says I there's is there's Look here here's the key thing in Iowa that is so important and basically what you have is that bombarding and Warren at this particular time our hugged together in the low twenty s and this has been fairly consistent since August and what's important here about Iowa that really separates it out nationally is that Buddha judge can make the argument is in third place in Iowa he's somewhere in the low to mid teens right with Bernie Sanders and of course Iowa votes I so a Buddha judge could potentially win there and he may very well could because essentially at this point I would only say that Biden warned combined have somewhere between a fifty five and sixty percents of which leaves forty to forty five percent chance that one of those two won't win that could change the entire dynamic of the field you've spent so much time an Iowa John Please regale us with your stories from the trail may I was stories I prefer to New Hampshire first of all this is he's got a real eye opener reporters do because they're nicer in Iowa and the events are more spread out geographically in that means that I think that each voter actually gets more direct contact with the candidate So I think that the voters in Iowa have such a a a a serious decision process they go through when picking the candidates Biden and Warren bunched up though I mean I don't see that last thing all the way through well I I guess that's the real question right I mean it's been pretty steady since August but you know as Biden Warren have sort of gone after each other you know perhaps or at least Biden's gone after Warren more kind of stays in her own sorta lane there there's going to be this craving for this third alternative right aura fourth alternative and essentially you know if you were to look what is this most like a you know Steve Kornacki my dear friend that MS has said it remains and some of the two thousand four race right where you essentially Dean and Gephardt sort of up there and then you had carrying it where it's kind of a little bit back and then eventually people got the second a top two and then the third and fourth place people ended up finishing in first and second and so I'm not sure can last but at this point you know if you want the argument that worn is rising nationally which we could get to we will that's not the case in Iowa it's really not she has been steady around twenty on twenty two twenty three percent of the vote since the middle of August and Joe Biden who has either fallen or not nationally has been steady in Woah at about the same amount without an organization in without minority voters that's the key difference right that's the key difference between Iowa which probably allows Buddha judge to come in and capitalize on the state of Iowa people to judge is going nowhere with non white voters non white voters are very small percentage he hasn't gone anywhere yet correct white voters but of course momentum comes out of Iowa at least some momentum will then when you hit New Hampshire that's right that's the question is can Buddha judge sort of take I will use it as a launching pad then go on to New Hampshire and it may be that problem we had with non white voters goes audio semi-ghost Goodbye C. L. later what is it about Buddha judge in Iowa is it is it is it is it ground game he hasn't he opened maybe the most if not tied with I don't Know Elizabeth Warren and opening the most offices and he's got Bolos money so he's spending an organization they're he has got a mid Western appeal now I don't know as much about Indiana as some people here donald but it does begin with I and so does Iowa but he's we're all the same it is the mattingly I think closer than some other states that people are just S. so then you know what strikes me as as you did what I think was the most important early interview with people judge in introducing him I think in many ways to the country three even before the town meeting they got so much that people to actually running for the middle of the country he was positioning himself to be the mid Western reds trump's state yeah can't it so that's why I think that he may be connecting in Iowa and I would just argue you know there have been candidates before who have done better in the Mid West than they've done say nationwide you know you can think about Paul Simon Aviator Dick Gephardt eighty a Bob Dole look inside in one thousand nine hundred eighty or even ninety six although we actually did slightly worse in ninety six but the point is is there is this potential sort of home region effect that we also see I'm sure right where the candidates from next door Massachusetts and Vermont tend to do better I think there's an argument to me made that the candidates next door I tend to do better in part perhaps because they sort of speak Iowa can I just say one of the thing though you talked about two thousand four Democratic race I think the one thing people are just be worried about is that it's not to that doesn't sixteen Republican version were Marco Rubio does really well compared to what people thought he finishing third there's no moral victory I think any more has has slipped like Steve Bullock's like if everyone finishes in the top five then they definitely have a chance coming by air the day of the Iowa caucus place fourth and fifth and to ride ticket to ride my

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"steve bullock" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

15:12 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"One dot com or find us on Facebook Twitter or wherever you listen to podcasts and you can also hear is by asking Alexis deflated program conversations on yeah stay tuned for our interview with presidential candidates Montana governor Steve bullock on conversations on first we can say with Montana governor Steve bullock who is currently running for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination prior to his election in two thousand and twelve governor bullock served as Montana's Attorney General where he launched efforts to combat citizens United previously ran a law firm in Montana after having practiced law in Washington DC governor bullock also taught as an adjunct professor at the George Washington University School of law he recently completed his tenure as chair of the national governors association he earned his BA in politics and economics from Claremont McKenna college in his law degree with honors from Columbia Law School New York governor bullock walking conversations on healthcare it's great to be with you all for sure yeah and first of all congratulations on your candidacy you're part of a significant group of Democrats who are battling for the twenty twenty presidential nomination and you're you're a Democrat in Montana a state that went heavily for president trump and yet you won by a sizeable margin talk to our listeners about your ability to bring voters from different backgrounds together what makes you uniquely qualified as a presidential candidate in what are some of the motivating forces behind your decision to run sure yeah Asian appreciate that I was the only actually Democrat in the country to get reelected interstate twenty sixteen were Donald Trump what he did Montana by twenty points twenty five to thirty percent of my voters voted for trump it's more marketing chistes win the election yeah my legislature in my six years right in here is gone from the times about two thirds of public and about sixty percent now but somehow we've been able to get some of the politics out of there actually get progress of the meeting things like healthcare or the need for education a kicking dark money our election so some of the unique qualifications and bring to a big field is if we can't win back some of the places that we lost in twenty sixteen we're not gonna win this race I mean I listen to people I'm sure you find the I will win California Massachusetts for mom but we have to make sure that whoever is in our company can also win place like in Montana I wore Michigan Wisconsin does come I think far too often why she sees kind of place where I can become substitute I don't have the luxury and just keeping the screeches right I'd have to see my constituents each and every day and they expect me to deliver and that's deliver everything from the services they expect out of government but also deserve forward movement so they get you bring some things gold geographically generationally in being able to the sort of place you need to make sure that we can win yeah twenty twenty we're gonna win this race governor bill like you said that you have some very good reasons for entering somewhat late into this political fray and certainly earlier this year we know you're very focused on the Medicaid expansion in your state maybe you could talk with us a bit about what must have been a bit of an Odyssey the most important thing is you are successful those tens of thousands of people got coverage so the question is is there a play book that comes out of this for how to work across party lines thank you we're gonna take you did there aren't actually yeah I signed my last bill on Monday and I now on the Tuesday there after so on the one hand you know you can go back Bill Clinton didn't get in until October the year or but we actually first got Medicaid expansion past year and twenty fifty and we're gonna re authorized by ballot initiative in twenty eighteen but tobacco companies actually spent twenty six million dollars killing that re authorization SO two months after that is when our legislature started I had to make sure to get that route because there are a hundred thousand Montana so the vast majority who are working right the rely on that healthcare and but I think the model even we got through twenty fifty time where obamacare or the formal care act was when viewed as favorably is that what it is even today how we got it through is by noon number one of which is not making it all about the battle state house by going to rural community and I'll never forget I was in this one it short of Montana where hardly should seventeen Hon where during the town meeting where the hospital administrator said you know forty three percent of people walk through those hospital doors it's or a county commissioner noted that he'd been born in that hospital they lost that hospital they'd lose that town so instead of making it about any sort of politics what about the importance of health care in twenty nine she also did a big study and figured out that fifty seven percent of the businesses in this state having one or more employees on Medicaid so it's not just state program for you know those that aren't that wealthier not working it's also taking care of lawyers that unfortunately are unable or unwilling to hate employees not all year and what we've seen in Montana with a hundred thousand folks covered thirty thousand more gun and mental health three ounces this is used to store we actually put on made a state website shows county by county this sort of preventative treatments people are getting along way because we know that you know one way or another we're all gonna take care folks who don't have health well let's pull the thread a little on the on the health care conversation certainly we hear a number of candidates calling for Medicare for all and they're all there is to have more sort of a moderate but progressive approach opting to strengthen the affordable Care Act and I'm wondering how you would describe your plan I think that we all hopefully greed that healthcare should be affordable accessible for all in by the affordable Care Act which I think was actually the greatest advance in healthcare its Medicaid Medicare reverse past Medicare's example you we've been continued building onto a long way we still about twenty five million folks that are covered now if we can expand Medicaid the rest states cover about half well what I would do is actually build on the portable care act let's not start what I would do is a public option first of all an option where individuals could actually buy health insurance from the government instead of just the private market a second which it is just a shame rose actually verison like cosco good to go she prescription drug prices but it's still legal the federal level it was a drop in the influence of money system I think we get in surprise medical billing and out of network charges legislation federal now I don't think that the best policy for the best political solution if we actually want to win this election is to tell but a hundred eighty million people that they have sponsored health care we're gonna take all that away indeed there will be no more hi good market in this I don't think that's the best policies once people dig into what that might look like you know often the great majority folks say that's not direction we have made great strides we still have a lot further to go but I don't think she's journal down start over at least from my perspective the best way to go well governor you've had I think the incredible opportunity and given the incredible service as chair of the national governors association and I would imagine a chance to you know work shoulder to shoulder with other leaders about some of the unique challenges that are faced by the rural states and our country particularly around healthcare delivering healthcare in rural regions share with our listeners the solutions that you've advocated for around improving healthcare access in the rural states and what would you continue to advocate for as president and are there some bold new initiatives that you think rural America needs relative to health care you got married and we have about twenty percent of the rural hospitals right now risking closing in this country if you lose a world possible that towns go viability that community is it's so much greater risk so I think we have to do everything ensuring there are ways that we are providers to insuring the way that there's financial bill Miller St like mine in Montana we actually have to residency programs yeah one as a primary care restaurants we just started one in psychiatry as well we know yeah any individual there's a residency program in the community or region or area there's so much more apt to stay we double psychiatry and some other things the root program called project echo words essentially building case teams in doing work online he started bridge some of these world apps or the large geographic gaps specially there is where is often mental health providers that are that much more challenge I think we also have to look at me Burstyn rates for rural communities because at times they should be higher there urban areas just because you can't lose that connection in rural areas are really does get out places we don't loan forgiveness program specifically dedicated for practitioners when it comes to the rural areas and the biggest nothing most important is the viability of Medicaid making sure that you have Medicaid expansion because where you have so many folks don't have coverage and you don't have a a reimbursement rate through Medicaid expansion that much harder for those smaller communities in those rural hospitals stay open sending those are just kind of the base level you don't even in some ways transcends beyond just health care to make sure that you're doing everything solid internet connectivity to creating job opportunities within the community foundations or are smaller to your four year colleges is nobody should have to lead the right place it either there ray place there place a lot right or the place a rocker sure well we're speaking say with Montana governor Steve bullock contender for the democratic nomination in the twenty twenty presidential campaign partners terms governing service Montana's Attorney General and was instrumental in the citizens United case governor I think it's fair to say you had a Clarion voice on this about the the sort of the iron clad grip the big money has on lawmakers you point specifically to the national rifle association which just a few weeks ago was seen to manage to influence the president to back away from his pledge to promote universal background checks for gun buyers after a devastating of back to back mass shootings your pro second amendment and you say we must address the nation's gun violence epidemic as a public health issue no wonder if you could just talk to our listeners a little bit about where you come from on this issue yeah and if you read mark and where you start out with sort of the corrupting influence of money in our system that really has been the fight of not only the mind can years public ox but I think it's a challenge of our time you go anywhere from gun safety to climb to why can't we negotiate prescription drug runners and so much of it is I think because in this post citizens United world Washington DC send once and to many states are basically it's written by the donor so we have to dress dress eighty else is you know yeah I am a gun owner I Hans forty percent of households in this country there's a fire but also the father of also someone that it's tired of lowering flags is the governor tired of my children having the were active shooter trills and if we could ever look at the public health issue not as a political issue we could make substantial progress yeah when I was growing up the national rifle association's gun safe hunting in it was a shooting or station now stuff more in the medical records stay she uses of artists are going to be thirty million reasons why Donald Trump is doing exactly what he's doing that's a thirty million Bucks the day span on his election I remember back right after the park which all of the nation's governors were in the White House of her now she got riso Sheesh at that time president trump and said we should look at universal background checks within a week you reversed after he spoke the NRA I lowered the flag seven times you did the same thing right after okay now so date health issue would look at it is saying there are steps that we can take like universal background checks best majority minority members and Republican state a public health issue would say save store she was a red flag C. W. movement where you know there's concerns that have been raised and look even the state of Indiana past red flag is our numbers increase level well I'm confident when I when did I can give some background but I don't think we should wait John of course need to be calling on folks as well in DC to make some meaningful change because I think we're all just tired of worrying about the older kids and safety of our communities well governor I think one of the areas where you've really let is making this connection between some of these major social problems that are facing us and recognizing that they have a huge tie to public health and two areas that you've really lead on were the areas of protecting the environment.

Montana governor declares "winter storm emergency" over snowfall

Sports Talk with Ron Cameron

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Montana governor declares "winter storm emergency" over snowfall

"Montana governor Steve bullock declared an emergency Sunday for areas hit hard by early season snowstorm the storm is bringing heavy wet snow and high winds and closed roads down trees and caused scattered power outages when a storm warnings were posted for parts of western Montana northern Idaho and northeast Washington snow also was forecast for areas in Wyoming Utah Oregon Nevada and California. on these stories at town hall dot

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"steve bullock" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

"We must as a country by hi those weapons. Take them off the streets altogether. There are millions of them. The narrative of for responsible gun owners that the federal government's moment's gonna come in and take away all of your guns. I think that feeds sec democratic division former congressman better aurore calling for a mandatory by back back of assault weapons which are some forms of semiautomatic weapon in the wake of the paso terrorist attack other democrats such as montana governor steve bullock skeptical. Let's discuss us so i am old enough to remember when democrats really were afraid of talking about any sort of gun control of basically between alborz loss and hillary clinton running for president. There was a sixteen years of democrats really kind of tiptoeing around until after the sandy hook shooting. Has there been a real change here. Absolutely the politics on this has really changed now you you have ninety percent of the american people who support background checks if you're a republican running for congress if you're a republican running twenty twenty you are in some troubled waters if you're not supporting background checks. I think that what's going to happen here. Is the house hopefully will. They moved forward legislation here and you're we're having an important conversation in our party right now. About how exactly g you reduce gun violence which i think the republican party is even having what do you think about it seems to me that there is broad consensus to expand background checks. Possibly include things like people who are repeated domestic violent offenders to look at red flag laws. Oh so that we can get the guns out of the hands of the mentally ill and also look at things like social media postings <hes> possibly expulsions from school and so there seems to be a lot of people all interested in that kind of policy so why are we going and talking about buybacks impure out bands. There's so much opportunity right here in the middle. That's what i find confusing. You talk about a buyback. It's going to be difficult to administer. Track is going to be expensive when there's so much more we could be doing. I'm background checks red flag laws us but also educating the public and how to lock up the guns you have and keep them safe and out of the hands of children who too often die from accidental death and mayor gillam i mean the man is a republican and s._e. Cop also conservative. You hear a them. Republican women moms talking about an opening of the mind in terms of some forms of expanding background checks and things like that is some people in your party going too far at risk alienating people like amanda n._f._c. and i'm talking not in terms of two thousand twenty but in terms of just give you hand sure sure well i saw i think there is a reckoning that is happening right now. In this country guns on the left and on the right just yesterday. I think it was yesterday. Moms demand action led thousands of people in cities all across america suburban moms urban moms and dads and others against this issue you. The truth is is something has to give the stranglehold that the n._r._a. Seems to have over congress over washington d._c. And my opinion is is in saying how can we put the priorities of one interest group above the safety. The security of the american people are kids are all going back to school this week or next. After labor day my wife and i are both terrified of the fact that for the last five years we've put an surrounded our kids with as much love and care share as we possibly could and now they're gonna show up and have to learn what it means to respond to an active shooter drill in school so something has to happen here and we will have to eventually in my opinion get around to the conversation of what we do with weapons of war that are still out there on our streets so your fellow pennsylvania republican pat toomey senator pat toomey. <hes> tried to push for an expansion of background checks with another strong n._r._a. Supporter joe mansion. He didn't get very far. Does the republican party need to give a little bit on this look. I think the republican party is going to focus on what the problem is. The problem is not the gun..

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2020 candidates speak at Soapbox at the Iowa State Fair

NPR News Now

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

2020 candidates speak at Soapbox at the Iowa State Fair

"Democratic presidential candidates will speak at the iowa iowa state fair today n._p._r. Scott detro- reports from des moines former vice president joe biden and montana governor steve bullock kicked off the fairgrounds campaigning thursday day today five more candidates. They're twenty minutes on the stage organized by the des moines register former housing and urban development secretary julio castro enter yang marianne and williamson former congressman john delaney and congresswoman tulsi gabbard in addition to the time on the soapbox candidates often spend time at the fair meeting voters riding rides and eating all sorts of fried food among the menu items this year deep fried cheddar bacon cheese on a stick gabbard is a vegetarian but she's not the only candidate who will have a harder time finding fair food to eat this weekend vegan and new jersey senator corey booker will be campaigning there scott detro-

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"steve bullock" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on 790 KABC

"But the Democrats racing up for the less on immigration Elizabeth Warren repeated her nonsense about decriminalizing border crossings which of course would only incentivize people to cross the border illegally between points of entry instead of waiting to be processed at a point of entry at which point you're going to be presumably detained and then family separations take place instead you try to cross at a at a non port of entry and then just enter the country legally anyway for amnesty you wanna you wanna encourage people to cross that Rio Grande legally in significantly more dangerous conditions than they would get a port of entry do exactly what Elizabeth Warren is talking about right here so the problem is that right now the criminalization statute is what gives Donald Trump the ability to take children away from their parents it's what gives him the ability to walk up people at our borders that is she's just she's terrible and and then Bernie said that this is really funny Bernie Sanders is actually harsh on the more than words to this would be an area where you'd expect Warren and Sanders to go out one another a little bit but it never happens warning Xander's formed a weird team up instead of actually going out one another which is kind of fascinating frankly so Bernie Sanders was asked about the fact that soft water policies create incentives for people to cross and get benefits especially since both Warren I believe and certainly Sanders and talked about getting free medical care for illegal immigrants Sanders as owner we're gonna be tough on the border which is kind of interesting Tanner Sanders you want to provide undocumented immigrants free healthcare and free college why won't this drive even more people to come to the U. S. illegally she will have a jeweled border protection but the main point I want to make is that what trump is doing for his racism and xenophobia is demonizing a group of people and as president I will and that the meditation he said that is inviting the question he says will have strong border protections and just sort of ignores it kind of kind of interesting Steve bullock a Montanans jumps any just dies you guys have no idea you're talking about like you don't you do not know what the hell you are talking about and of course is exactly correct I think this is part of the discussion that shows how often these debates are detached from people's lives we got a hundred thousand people showing up at the border right now if we decriminalize entry if we get health care to everyone will have multiples of that don't take my word that was the old president Obama's homeland security secretary that said that of course that's exactly right but that's not where the heart and soul of the Democratic Party is right now the heart is really with the heart and soul are with me leaves and but the the political corollary of that is that it's really with Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and that leads to this weird situation where everybody on stage last night who's proposing anything that was that was reasonable was basically booed off the stage and treated as an apostate it was incredible to take it take an example the green new deal Sir John Delaney makes a proposal on global warming and climate change that is actually fairly bipartisan there some Republicans who support this I'm still considering whether it's worthwhile or not whether it be effective or not a John Delaney says listen here's what we should do we should put a price on carbon and then we should have what's called the carbon dividend there few Republicans on board with this as I say I'm not on board with this yet the carbon dividend is basically the idea they're gonna tax carbon and they're gonna redistribute the money from the use of carbon two other projects inside the United States the reason I'm not on board of that is because I'm not sure that China and India are gonna sign off on anything similarly in then you have a serious collective action problem in which are harming our economy specifically so that we can not actually lower global warming if that's something we're worried about in any case here is John Delaney making a pitch that is actually somewhat reasonable and then we'll hear Elizabeth warms completely unreasonable **** my plan which gets is the net zero white twenty fifty which we absolutely have to do for our kids and our grandkids will get us there I put a price on carbon take all the money give it back to the American people the dividend that was introduced by me on a bipartisan basis is the only significant bipartisan climate bill in the Congress I'm going to increase it okay so that is again John Delaney being somewhat reasonable then gets Elizabeth warning she says I'm just gonna dump money on it and take a dump truck full of money and poured on global warming so I propose putting two trillion dollars in so we do the research we then say anyone in the world to music so long as you build it right here in America that will produce about one point two million manufacturing jobs right here in Michigan right here in Ohio right in the in absolute your nonsense rock about try this with his green jobs initiative under van Jones it was a complete fail she said we're just gonna dump money on this problem and it's going to solve itself but again it's all about yelling and screaming and enthusiasm is not act basically the Democratic Party is now making a choice whether they want to be the party of jazz or that they want to be the party of rock sell original jazz actually took skill it actually took skill it was all about the ability to know different harmonies and and to work with sophisticated harmonies and improvised right that was original jazz then you got to rock and rock is not about skill rock is that enthusiasm it's about the level of enthusiasm that you have well the Democratic Party is choosing between skill policies that work policy that we should be considered and just rank in the Z. as in and you can see ed Rankin does yes miss winning that's why Bernie Sanders is still pulling up around twenty percent right now although this did lead to the funniest exchange of the evening in which time Ryan got your attended at the old man screaming at the clouds it and and also let him the bottom line is.

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"steve bullock" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Nine things in forty nine states that's great last night I think in Montana it was their own governor whose or go Steve bullock is his name so there you go so anyway Merion please don't go away please somehow work your way on to the stage for the next round of debates because I I got a little crush on in our minds on the day's gates is in the studio with me on that represented the crime stoppers was organization going to see you good to see you bill I don't often admit that but you know when these you see somebody in there just so intriguing you're like who are you what is happening here yeah and it's like okay she's like the crystals lady she's she's the one where when you're on vacation and says come in for a palm reading one only try that not somebody did that one time to me somewhere I think was a party where they had palm readers and yet that come on they always tell her when the same thing or even a little long you've you've had a great thing it's happening it's looming it's right here on this line right here really great things of transition coming for you no kidding there's a transition for me I gotta get up tomorrow morning and go to work I'm at a party right now and tomorrow I will be at work that's a transition right your sister you can get that one wrong will be fifty dollars please yeah exactly well when they're at the party somebody else pay for them so yeah omega in everybody lives a long healthy life and then and that's just not true some people the studio you know they're there they get sick or whatever and some happens in there they don't make anyway I just like Marianne's fine I wish I could talk like that on the radio or least have a meditation moment everyday mmhm only a canister very good programming sorry about that no we don't you go far away and the revolution continues some rights sister I just like to say thank you the way she does our David here on behalf of crime stoppers he has details of a real crime a tragedy and if someone knows some information they could pass along the lawn for some maybe you overheard something or saw something and you're like wait a minute that puts two and two together and you can pass along information without knowing the full context of it it's still it's worth while to make the efforts to contact crime stoppers you could be paid for your informations about affecting you remain anonymous Dave thank you Terry on Tuesday June fifth two thousand eighteen at approximately seven forty one AM police responded to a shooting in the seventeen hundred block whipper will road in southern Jefferson County and upon arrival they located a male subject at the end of a gravel road with a gunshot wound the victim died as a result of the wounds sustained the victim's vehicle was later found and discovered burned on lamb born Boulevard not far away in crime stoppers is offering a one thousand dollar cash reward for information leading to the rest of the person or persons responsible for this.

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"steve bullock" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The ground first before we use a nuclear weapon she didn't exactly say it like that here she is on her no first use nuclear policy Dr those lines and this one I wouldn't do thank you governor center one response we trust around by saying you know we might be the first ones to use a nuclear weapon the entire world at right in the middle of this at a time when Donald Trump is pulling out of our nuclear negotiations expanding the opportunities for nuclear proliferation around the world has pulled out of the deal in a one and one is working on a nuclear weapon closer and closer to nuclear war we have to have it now it is one the entire world can live with we need to make that clear we will I agree with Steve bullock but by the seller like we need to get back to nuclear proliferation what would you have felt depressed for a liberation when using the same time when you actually have when you have others for live free I don't want to turn around say well Detroit has to be gone before we would ever use that when so many crazy folks are getting closer to have a nuclear weapon I don't want them to think I can strike this country and I will hi in we is United States America wouldn't do a thing I balik it was a little short on caffeine last night but as he was talking there he made the right point which is we're really gonna let Detroit get destroyed first before we use a nuclear weapon forty knots and that's always with one's position that would be announced policy of the United States the announced one we should declare it out right that we will never use a nuclear weapon first that's obviously the implied threat of mutually assured destruction you fire on us we fire on you but this idea that we would have announced policy how would that make us safer which is of course the goal here and it's almost like telegraphing where we're going to send troops we're just letting you know ahead of time if you want to nuke us don't worry we're not going to pre emptively do this is it's a defensive strategy to say we always have that option open if this is what's called the take your best shot policy you just lead with your chin you keep your arms by your side and say punch me as hard as you can and if I survive it then I'll fight back well can I tell you one thing if Elizabeth Warren is president I'm very glad that living in DC I will die instantly if a new cat sass I'm in I'm in the nukes then we just I instantly so I'm thankful for that yeah one of the nice things Elizabeth Warren's done for you this morning thank you Beverly seven fifty on WMAL you've got all kinds of us all I get the job done hustle and get the kids out the door hustle if you've got us all we've got your back university of Maryland University College a respected State University with ninety plus programs and specializations in more than seventy years experience.

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"steve bullock" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The this could be the last stand top five takeaways from the Democrat debate the parts to present calling out corruption and graft in Baltimore call to get the most unsafe city three and a living hell again without formal trash collectors their overtime scandal now coming into play former police unit called the commission Ryan plan untenable meanwhile not enough cops to answer nine one one calls here in Baltimore the rest of the fifteen year old in connection with the brutal beating of a civilian police employee of aka hailing the great people of Baltimore tropical by a Virginia delegate at the four hundred that oversee of Jamestown also boycotted by the Virginia black caucus the question being asked why all the angry young male shooters we have the answer we've had it for years I will take a look at immigration fines being doled out to illegals taking surgery in churches a judge's does most of the of the lawsuit versus the trump team California's got require the president to release his tax returns to get on the ballot and there's a deep state news here this morning and the amazing Kreskin go join us a little bit later on this morning and I predict he will be here right around the twenty or so hi top story here today them debate pot did on the the fake news network last idea of the ten they were part two is tonight of board too well it's confusing balsamic Bernie Elizabeth Warren allow one above your order Amy clover jar the progressive squaring off against of course John Delaney former conjured a Maryland John Hickenlooper of Colorado to run a Pennsylvania and Steve bullock the more centrist moderate center left people of course then there's the new age not and Williamson wall so where's rod Serling when you need him the other day that the there's some I mean she was good she recorded herself pretty well last night but it just there everyone's wall show series of indigo okay next so there was the big take away last night the moderate centrist leftist Democrats were trying to warn their progressive social as far left wing you better pull all this stuff back otherwise we're going to hand the election to Donald Trump and of course none of these people have a shot okay and but but this is where in their sleep you go you'll be tonight with Camelot years Maryland's congressman the John Delaney and again the target last night healthcare for all immigration but mostly this health care Medicare for all of nonsense for a mobile civic Bernie we can create a universal healthcare system to give everyone a basic healthcare for free and I have a proposal to do it but we don't have to go around to be the party of some traction and telling half the country was private health insurance health insurance is a legal my dad do you need electricity love that health care he got from the I. B. W. he would never want someone to take that away the party of some traction just remember that phrase I like that one there's Colorado's John Hickenlooper warning is fellow Democrats and progressives I say the policies of this notion that you're gonna take private insurance away from a hundred and eighty million Americans who many of them don't want to give a name do I get rid of it and some don't many don't or you're gonna the green new deal make sure that every American is guaranteed a government job they want that is a disaster them at the ballot box you might well fed ex election to Donald Trump fed ex election to Donald Trump it was a server that came out yesterday that it was his green new deal will cost every American household seventy to seventy five thousand dollars this is it it's crazy sponsoring is Tim Ryan right now in this discussion already tonight we've talked about taking private health insurance away from union members in the industrial Midwest we've talked about decriminalizing the border and we've talked about giving free health care to undocumented workers when so many Americans are struggling to pay for their healthcare I quite frankly don't think that that is a an agenda that we can move forward on and when we got to talk about the working class issues the people to take a shower after work who haven't had a raise in thirty years I am a dis a condominium in Ohio for Tim Ryan these are working class why was he was the only candidate last night on stage not to put his hand over his heart the again the beginning of the of the right then there's Montana's a Steve balik also are going the same themes that then the day I'm not going to support a plan the rips away quality health care from individuals this is an example of wish list economics you for me just Republicans wanted to repeal and replace now many Democrats do as well we can get there with the public option so if I could turn into a mazing it's kind of sad to watch the death of the traditional Democratic Party there just a handful of people left and that they were desperately trying to appeal to the of yours and to their fellow colleagues on stage last night but right now they're all rock bottom in the polls in about virtually no shot of winning or this is the problem that's facing the Democrat party now as you do you have a few so called moderate liberals verses these way out left us and that has been going on for awhile I don't see any and the uniting of the two I I think it's going to go on like this I think the liberals the extreme liberals probably have the upper hand and are probably saying yeah you know you you go ahead you you you you moderate liberals and you one person others out there who are not showing up anymore than one two or three percent of the poles of right now the little the the left leaning candidates for the Democratic Party I think you have the upper hand and I think even though some of these guys like John Delaney makes some sense it's just not going to happen for them yeah and that's not where there but some other of voters are that's not with a party is and then of course the president made a prediction yesterday before heading to Jamestown.

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Jay Inslee, Congressman Eric Swalwell And Detroit discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Jay Inslee, Congressman Eric Swalwell And Detroit discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Is set for the next democratic presidential debate in Washington governor Jay Inslee is among the twenty candidates who qualified the pool is basically the same as the previous debates with one exception Montana governor Steve bullock replaces congressman Eric Swalwell who dropped out of the race the debates will take place over two nights July thirtieth and thirty first in Detroit and CNN is holding a drawing today to determine which ten candidates will appear on

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"steve bullock" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Of the candidates swale. Well, Montana governor, Steve Bullock, Representative. Tim Ryan is from Ohio Lisbeth, Warren. If you don't know she's for master not paying attention, south bend, Indiana. Mayor Pete Buddha. Judge has got a preference of this last name. All right. Acknowledged that people might legitimately want to own handguns for self defense, which the supreme court has recognized as the core. Lawful purpose protected by the second amendment, ladies and gentlemen. The core, lawful purpose. For owning firearms by the second amendment, a pair, I don't believe it's for self defense. It doesn't say that it said, well, regulated militia, blah, blah, blah, the right to keep in bear arms shall not be infringed. These are people who just got finished shooting, their government center of mass. It's for the necessary of. Free State and back then the word state did not mean you biz bureaucratic overlord clearly meant like the nation of Massachusetts nation state or nation state over Jinya could not be overtaken by a behemoth government because the, the anti tyranny. Ability was with all of the men over eighteen years of age all had guns the whole idea, and they were trained in them, and they understood that you kill tyrants, because tyrants kill you. But they used to teach gun safety in school in highschool, there used to be courses on how to use and not long ago. Yeah. But they can't do that anymore. So they don't have the common sense gun safety, can I just don't think it's popular people are scared of them. And it's interesting that they're scared of them, but they are. Well there's roam around him. They're scared of him in these heavily influence population areas, like weld county Colorado, where I was for a couple of years. The literally fifteen years ago, everybody there had gun racks in their pickup trucks, all the kids, and they had guns, enable go out, you know, pheasant hunting or whatever, you know after school or go coyotes or whatever before school. And so these guys were telling me that, like, you know, people that graduated high school in like, you know, two thousand to two thousand three two thousand four like, yeah, we house on a shooting team, and so, like, you know, rural middle America, and I'm sure all New England a lot of northern New England guns were part of where they've been part of the culture. It was a school thing not that long ago there tools. I'm not saying that. I think that first off, you probably safer if you know gun safety. That's a that's thing that people should simply now but a lot of people lot of these, these folks in these big cities and stuff like that the, the voting sorts. They're, they're scared of weapons. They're insecure. Nate Nate feel any. I mean they're, they're they lack confidence. This is all comes back to lack confidence. Right. All these anti-gun people all these pro government people that I come across to either psychopaths I wanna rule people then usually they're not anti-gun because they want to have their gun, so they can, you know, rule you but definitely the anti-government pro-gun people, it's confidence thing. I mean right from being young. I mean being, you know, cradle to grave, you know, just government, you know, fed and took care of and everything's got to be the government is just they've never had fail on her own never had a try. Anything never had to like be responsible do stuff as a kid, for example, or create anything. So therefore, I their confidence is like never really materialized. What I don't understand, is that guns, the great equalizer. They the old saying is that God made man and same cult made them equal, and what they mean by that is that now twelve year old girl can protect herself against Mike Tyson, right? That not to say my Tyson's necessarily going to do anything to twelve year old girls. I'm just putting them up there as somebody who's very good at, you know meeting out violence, if you needed to, and why wouldn't the weakest among us be more pro gun? I don't understand it. I mean I just. I'm not clear on that. Yeah. It's, it's tough. And I. I. Somebody else talking to a pork fest is said that we were talking about guns and said something like I might mess it up a little bit. But I you know, generally a victim of rape becomes pro gun because his life, the only way they can defend themself. And she was like some kind of like counselor thing I lady, and another campfire talk at forecast. You know, is you meet great people all kinds of interesting things. But victims of rape become pro got it actually had brought that up and someone has as well a good way to, you know, to convert someone into a libertarian as good old-fashioned IRS audit..

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"steve bullock" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"And the humidity and in the rain, some of them waited for as long as forty hours to get in here tonight. Boxes Kristen Fisher on Wall Street. The Dow posing up three hundred fifty three points, the NASDAQ gaining one hundred eight and the s&p five hundred adding twenty eight. This is Fox News. The Miller minute with Dennis Miller. Want to talk about Steve Bullock. Seth Moulton and Wayne missile. You're probably asking who they are, which oddly enough is exactly why they are, who they are to me. They're the real winners with regards to the democratic debate in Miami at the end of the month. This is because they're the only candidates for the democratic debate who did not qualify to participate in a debate, the debate will be a tight tonight affair with a nod at all unwieldy twenty candidates barely getting a word in edgewise, while Biden and Bernie yell at one another about who's got more, socialism crit think of it as an epic competition called game of woke. At least it keeps twenty Democrats occupied off the street where they could do real harm. Luckily for Bullock, molten and Masami. They don't have to pretend. They don't have to pretend to take the debate seriously. They don't have to pretend the other candidates consequential and most of all, they don't have to pretend that they actually think that they could one day be leader of the free world, and that is the minute. Dennis miller. This story is called the ugly truth about timeshare. If. If you think you've done your family favor by buying a timeshare, you name my health. Hello. I'm Chuck McDowell CEO and founder of Wesley financial group ten years ago, I started helping folks cancel their timeshare contracts. And in the process, started what's now called the Tom shirt cancellation industry. Tom shares the only thing that you can buy that you can't tell me how much it's going to cost, or when it's going in when you by timeshare, you.

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"steve bullock" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on WTVN

"Montana governor Steve Bullock, the only major candidates who did not qualify Richard Cantu. ABC news. ABC six first warning meteorologists Jim Goodall showers, persist, windy and cold forty eight in the morning. The sun will come out Friday, a nice day. Seventy four eighty one with increasing clouds, Saturday, looks like numerous storms for Father's Day, eighty three. I'm ABC six first warning meteorologists, Jim. Get all on your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. I gotta be me. I want to. Dream. I got the. This is coast to coast AM with George Nuri six weeks to go live show in Fort Lauderdale Miami. I'm really looking forward to it. It is Saturday July twenty seventh come on down to Florida. Let's have a great weekend. It's going to be at the Miramar cultural center.

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"steve bullock" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Steve Bullock is a second term governor from Montana. Governor governors and presidents senators don't governor of a red state quite so he won even as Trump won in his state. I'm telling you is that dark horse, obviously continues to flower every day before the days over the maybe Twenty-three running the Democrats. I'd never know miniseries. Watching all those debates when they when they get up there. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. Coming up after the bottom of the hour provided the visit port meeting in Dallas. American astronaut legend icon. General Tom Stafford just Google Thomas p Stafford guys got a museum named crimen Weatherford Oklahoma where I'm going to be this weekend for the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo tin. And it's it's quite a life story in the guy is in his late eighties. Among other things he to Germany missions and Apollo polygon and that which was fifty years ago like this weekend. Launch date was may tenth. But it was a dress rehearsal for the manned moon landing. The first with Neil Armstrong, and Buzz Aldrin. Mike Collins about stairs. If you will in the command module back in July, sixty nine. Dacia these we're doing big launches as a nation, Saturn five rockets three hundred sixty three liquid fuel projectiles built by the lowest bidder doing that. Every two months. Yeah. You know, what's interesting about a lot of these guys too many of them because they were in the space program. Their friends were going off and fighting naval aviators, for example, in the jungles of yet nam and a lot of these guys including many of the moon walkers who have been honored to be able to know personally over the years. In moments where they kind of reflect they say, you know. Yeah, we did get to go to the moon. But but my buddy was down there getting shot at overhead Noyer, whatever really amazing to just see how the they deferred to kind of like the gully by just went to the moon. Really? That's kind of a big thing too. And they'll also point out the men and women the four hundred thousand plus Americans, many of them here in southern California that got to where they're going got got us there those manned landings and. Did it with what John Kennedy said, and they also really have great respect for John F Kennedy. I do to the way he had the space program. We're going to do it by the end of the decade, and do it successfully. Right. One of my favorite lions from his big speech at Rice University. Was we're going to do it. He's talking about American exceptionalism. We're gonna do it with things that haven't been invented yet. I mean, how cool is that? It wasn't like we're going to do. We have a fifty eight panel study that we did do a lot of studying then than there were government subsidies and incentives and so forth. But now, of course, the talk this week NASA said provided politicians don't screw up budgets as politicians. Do do it again in the next few years. Go back to the moon because the work is just beginning. There we visited six times in terms of actual landings and didn't exactly exhaust everything. Right. Didn't we? You've talked to the guys as I do the astronauts walked on the moon. That's four remaining still with us out of the twelve and they'll joke this when people say, oh, let's go back to the moon. There's there's there's minding there's all kinds of other science, and they'll say, yeah, we were there. We we covered every into the place. They'll just laugh about it. Because it was a start on a good start has been fifty years of. I. So all of that history matters. Unfortunately, your kids and grandkids went remember, maybe you have not been taught this, which is why we have a chance we'll talk about it. We get a chance to talk to some Tom Stafford who you're gonna love, and he is truly an American hero. He'll try after the bottom of the hour here on AM seven sixty talk and breaking news to find out about the event, we're doing this weekend, which is also down on Stanford museum dot org. And it's for the three proud to be part of it. You heard from Tom who was to called lovingly mumbles because you go Oklahoma bar come up.

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"steve bullock" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Talk about the selection of John Durham to examine the origins of the Russia probe. NPR news headlines coming right up as we approached three thirty we expect breezy conditions for the bay today. A chance of rain in the morning, then rain in the afternoon is upper fifties. Co side to the upper sixties inland, and we may remain wet for at least the next day or so. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. A Bill passed by state lawmakers in Alabama banning most abortions is being called one of the most restrictive in the nation. It prohibits abortion, except when the life of the woman is at risk exceptions for rape, incest were rejected. NPR's Debbie Elliott says the Bill subjects health professionals to possible prison census that makes it a felony for doctors to perform one and they could face up to ninety nine years in prison. If they're convicted women, however would not be held criminally liable for having an abortion backers expect Alabama's Republican governor Kay Ivey to sign the Bill legal challenges are likely. A state Senator is the winner of North Carolina's Republican primary in the ninth. Congressional district. Rusty Jacobs with member station W UNC says a redo of last November's election was ordered because of absentee ballot tampering by a campaign operative of the previous GOP can. The democrat in the twenty teen race, Dan McCreadie is running again. There's also a libertarian and green party candidate on the valid the Republican in the new race will be state Senator dead Bishop Bishop handily won Tuesday's GOP primary. He's also known as sponsor of North Carolina's so-called bathroom Bill. The now repealed legislation required transgender people to use public restrooms corresponding to the sex on their birth certificate. This is NPR news from Washington. Federal investigators say to sightseeing planes that collided in mid air over Alaska this week. We're descending into catch. A can at the time the National Transportation Safety board says the planes were at about thirty three hundred feet when they hit killing six people New Jersey Senator Corey Booker says he supports stricter regulation of social media companies such as Facebook NPR, Scott detro- says Booker is one of more than twenty Democrats seeking the White House. Next year Booker was one of the very first politicians to make social media a big part of his brand and governing style. But now he says Facebook, Twitter and other platforms have done a lot of harm to including giving voice racism, not just white nationalism. I'm worried about privacy issues. I'm worried about Russian attacks in an interview with the NPR politics podcast Booker said he'd pushed for more oversight from Federal Trade commissions. But also, the department of Justice, I think that this problem we've had with corporate consolidation that we need to start. Antitrust law. Seriously. I do think it's the FTC as well Booker has a long relationship with Silicon Valley, including a landmark hundred million dollar donation. Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg gave to Newark public schools. When Booker was mayor, Scott tro, NPR news, Washington, Montana. Governor Steve Bullock is the latest democrat to announce a run for the White House in twenty twenty. He unveiled his campaign yesterday. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington on the next fresh air part two of our interview with Howard Stern. And we listen back to my interview with Dr day, she died Monday at the age of ninety seven. She had such a beautiful voice. Join us. Remember? You're the. Whom they mind. Come and hear that fresh air program this afternoon at one and again this evening at seven public radio eighty eight point five FM in the bay area eighty nine point three FM.

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"steve bullock" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"steve bullock" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I'm Steve Bullock. And I'm running for president bollocks the governor Montana, we need to defeat Donald Trump in twenty twenty and defeat the corrupt system. The let's campaign money drown out, the people's voice or congressman. Anthony Weiner jailed him in a sex scandal. Just free minutes ago. It's good to be out hope to get back to my family and. Make up for some time. He was convicted of sex thing with a fifteen year old girl. This is Fox News. PC mobile news on the level on the go. The home of any Annapolis colts employees shot more than seventy times nothing on radar. Just thirty nine degrees in downtown indie. But it will warm up later. I'm Sean Herrick. Here's what's trending at seven to police say eight people did that Sunday night on crest Mawr court on the city's northwest side. Nobody was inside the home. And no one was hurt when it happened. But it's still terrified neighbors like Worley and some of the bullets hit his home at one that went through and blew out drywall on the inside of my garage and police are trying to track down those eight men responsible. He feels vindicated. That's what Indiana attorney general Curtis hill told ninety three WICBC's hammer and Nigel yesterday about four women who accused him of groping them last year at a party from our standpoint, something came out of it in the sense of a review the prosecuting attorney that cleared me. And so we're moving forward. I think people understand it for what it was hills. Also been criticized for giving his staff members pay raises because. Many in the legal community feel he gave those raises to those who backed him up on those accusations. But he said those races in effect long before he was the attorney general. He says many on his staff were woefully underpaid hill also says the state is suing twenty generic drug makers, accusing them of price-fixing America Berman all that six states. Joined the lawsuit filed in federal court in Connecticut. The suit accuses twenty companies and fifteen executives of rigging bids and divvying up territory to drive up prices on more than one hundred generic drugs. It's a follow up to forty six eight suit filed three years ago and still pending Eric Berman Ninety-three WIBC, but will a man shot. This morning is now in serious condition. I m PD says he was riding his bike near Washington park on the northeast side when he was shot twice in the leg. He's in a hospital now and police are searching for suspects anxiety for Hoosier farmers about what kind of crop. They'll see in the fall. A new report says just six percent of the crop is planted. When normally at this. Time half of the corn. Crop is planted. All the rain has been delaying. The planting work that farmers can do several storylines surrounding this year's Indy. Five hundred but guaranteeing starting spots for regular IndyCar drivers has been a big topic of discussion. Kurt darling explains. Team owners such as Bobby Ray hall, Roger Penske, Chip Ganassi and Michael Andretti. All agree that regular series drivers. Should automatically be given a spot in the Indy. Five hundred I s president Doug Bowles is of the group that disagrees sitting on how much of a percentage. My vote counts. I'm probably gonna vote that we leave. It the way it is right now one off drivers and series. Regulars have the same chance of making or not making it to the starting grid on race day..

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