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Judge blocks tax cut rule in American Rescue Plan

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Judge blocks tax cut rule in American Rescue Plan

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a judge blocks the tax cut rule in the American rescue plan a federal judge in Alabama has sided with thirteen states that sued to contest the provision of the American rescue plan act that prohibited states from using pandemic relief funds to offset new tax cuts U. S. district judge L. Scott Coogler ruled Monday Congress exceeded its power in putting the so called tax mandate on states the American rescue plan steered one hundred ninety five billion dollars in flexible relief funds to states that specified the funds could not be used to offset tax cuts Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall called the restrictions an unconstitutional assault on states sovereignty by the federal government justice department lawyers argued the money should be used for its intended purpose pandemic recovery hi Mike Rossio

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"steve marshall" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Into the Tuscaloosa Regional Airport earlier today, coach say, been thanking fans who came out to show their support that side crushing Ohio State 52 to 24 making plenty of history along the way. Heisman winner Devante Smith dislocated his finger and was out for the second half, but he'd already broken college football playoff records for receptions and yards. He also broke the single season receiving yards and touchdown records for the SEC for the title game. He won Offensive M v p. Here's coach Nick Saban. You're talking about the ultimate warrior in the ultimate competitors, and I'm so happy for him that he was recognized as the best player in college football because I don't think anybody's done more for their team than he has for our team Nagi Harris, adding three touchdowns of his own and quarterback Matt Jones throwing for a career high. Nagy and Devante both decided to return to Alabama for their senior year and have raised their NFL draft stock considerably. The Crimson Tide ends the seas. In 13 and oh, and gives Nick Saban a record seventh national title. I'm Leah Brandon. Second Alabama Man arrested in connection with Capitol Hill Riot William Watson of Auburn had been free on bond in a drug trafficking case when authorities say he violated an order by leaving the state and going to Washington. Watson was identified in a photo standing next to the man wearing horns. Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall says the state is formed a new alliance aimed at fighting human trafficking. Clearly the only way to stop human trafficking. To hit them head on with a united Force of professionals across our state committed to rooting them out and bringing them to justice.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Steve Marshall, our attorney general to talk about this lawsuit that's underway right now based out of Texas joining us, Steve Good morning. Give morning, Jake Seattle of the music. Yeah, it's fantastic. I'll tell you what this This looks like. It's getting some steam here. I mean, what would we see? Yesterday, Missouri and some other states have now joined Into this fight to stop the election results. Esso what's next in all of this? I think right now The question is whether not, the court is going to act very quickly and just allowing for this case to proceed. You know, this is kind of a unique action. Recently found in the Supreme Court, which is definitely not where most cases start in. One thing the court has to do is to exercise its discretion to consider the case before anything else can go forward. Texas has asked for that. Alabama and 18. Other states have filed a brief supporting the idea that the courts have considered the case. The four states that were sued have now filed their response. And so it's within the court's discretion at this point that this happened whether the case proceeds. How does this differ from anything that has been brought up before? As far as legal challenges go because the president is not had much luck in Pennsylvania and some other states, where the judges of basically said You don't have anything here, and it didn't help when William Barr came out and basically sided with those folks that are saying no to the president on legal challenges. How does this one different This is a different basis. This is based on the electric squalls of the Constitution, probably not one that people pay much attention to, But specifically, it is where the Constitution delegates specifically to the Legislature, the manner in which electors Are chosen for the Electoral College. And so the basis for the Texas case is the fact that in the four states that are sued you had non legislative actors change the rules of an election. No that that violate the Constitution, the separation of powers and so it's a very discreet, very limited legal issue, one that we think is right for consideration for the court on that's a little bit different than those claims have been brought by the campaign. They're very specific to individual counties or cities or states. With regard to allegations of fraud. Which justices are key to watching all of this. Do you think I think she's justice. Roberts is always critical element. Anytime this goes forward, you know, the fact that I'm becoming buried is there now there's now a solid 63 conservative majority of the court's Esso. At least there is a hope that it would be considered. But again, you know the one thing that people are missing a little bit because it is unique procedurally. Is the one thing the court has to do. First is decide to hear it. Then it can consider the marriage But the right now, unless and until the coroner's that order, there will be no consideration of the case. And again. That is the reason why Alabaman 18 other states joined together to argue for the court to give Texas an opportunity to present their arguments. I mean, the fact that they're 18 states involved in this I mean, that's got some teeth and some meat behind it. I would think But there was a two least raise a flag to these justices that hey, we've got 18 attorneys general on this thing here. There must be something when you anticipated decision for them. At least hear it. Today. I think it's gonna be closed soon. You know, obviously there is a very time since the matter isn't involved the potential transfer of power and so my my hope would be that the court typically conferences on Friday. That we could at least see the preliminary decision of whether the case can proceed to be made there very shortly. Is there a chance of decision will not come before Wednesday. I mean, there's a possibility, sure, because the court is on its own schedule. But I do think that regardless of the decision they make they understand that the need for urgency here and so my expectation is that you'll hear something very soon. Are you optimistic? Oh, I'm at least hopeful for the fact that the argument can be presented, uh, the court will ultimately do. The reality is they've never had to address a case of this nature. And so I think anybody that has followed this understands that. This is a unique circumstance. But again, that's what courts therefore is to resolve legal disputes, and Texas is squarely presented a case before the court of the constitutional Nature that I think merits consideration for the Supreme Court. You know if the door does get opened by these justices, and you're welcome in to present your case that that is a huge move and moving the ball forward to taking a look at what is actually going on in all of these states, where there seems to be so much smoke about, you know. Discrepancies. Mail in ballots stopping the account overnight ballots showing up dead people voting. No idea. I mean, it's just It's unbelievable the potential for fraud here and you've seen the videos. You've seen the whistle blowers come forward with all this, but it seems every time Something else comes up another judge, your core dissing and where's the proof? I mean, what has to be the proof that these people are willing to take the stand and say I saw it? That in this case that frankly the facts are not in the student really relates to the decisions made by those who aren't in the legislation to change the rules of an election. It's part of what we argued. When Judge Kalon attempted to enter an order changing rules now Obama relating to voter I d or witness requirements on absentee ballots to be able to say that that's the prerogative the Legislature not for the courts. Yeah. Amen. Well, I appreciate your effort, Steve. And good luck with this. I really hope that at least you get to get into the room and present the case to the justices, and then we'll see what happens from there. Attorney General Steve Marshall. Thanks, buddy. Have a good weekend. Thank you YouTube. All right. 6 28 Alabama's morning news, traffic and weather together. Bottom the hour news coming up in just about three minutes..

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"steve marshall" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Scott Harris is worried about Thanksgiving gatherings. Adding to the increasing numbers of covert 19 cases kind of Thanksgiving we have is going to go a long way to determining what December looks like, What's our holiday season gonna look like? And what kind of numbers are we gonna be seeing then? With situation is our hospital going to be in at that time? I'm Leah Brandon, and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. All right, Lee. Thanks very much. It is 706 Hope everybody's doing well this morning in this Tuesday, rolling here again closed Thanksgiving right around the corner. If you got big plans gonna be traveling love to hear from you this morning. Are you taking any more precautions or if you decided to change your plans? The news that coronaviruses up ticking. It seems like everywhere So 88891515 is our number. Attorney General Steve Marshall will join us next here in just about five minutes. Gonna be talking more about what's happening with the violation of the Memorial Preservation Act here and why he's fighting so hard for this. So an update with our attorney general Steve Marshall, once again here in just about five minutes. Also on the way we're gonna be checking in with Bill bread from male reporter dot com and Montgomery. Latest on what's happening there with Bill Marsh. Also, the gambling report is due out pretty soon. Expectations there will find out from Bill as well and also get Bill Brits thoughts on the elections in the balloting and what's happening nationally and also was happening in Georgia. Coming up as a zwelithini is one here in Alabama. There are all ton of other problems around this country. So Maura on that discussion coming up once again as well at 7 20 this morning. Well, it looks like Joe Biden. Yep. Transition officially in process now announcing some of his top Cabinet picks, including his first Latino, the first rather and Immigrant to head homeland security. It's Alejandro Mayorkas, as the homeland security secretary binds, also tapping former deputy CIA director Errol Haynes. Is the director of national intelligence. If confirmed by the Senate, which still has to happen with these cabinet positions, Haynes will be the nation's first female Deanna. So Excuse me. The transition process is under way. The president tweeting about that. Yesterday, saying No, You know he's not conceding, but he believes In the process in the best interest of what's happening with this whole transition and expectations when there's a post election move that he's going to play ball for now and open the doors for that to continue seven or eight. Now. Alabama's morning news Our attorney general Steve Marshall, three minutes stay with us. Nearly half of dermatologists say they were not adequately trained to treat skin of color gasoline is taking action to trained dermatologists and improve skin health care for people with black and brown skin. Find out more. Vasselin dot com..

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"steve marshall" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The storm, everything far, Lawrence but just No scepters in salt water do not do well, but a lot of people panic. They saw the water coming their house and I started panicking, he says. That includes a lot of senior adults, Grimes says. At least 50 people were rescued and taken to shelters. I mean, teen or fell Jonathan Ghani with Alabama am warning people against driving, he says. The folks don't need to leave a shelter for a life saving emergency. They should stay put. Candy says they're doing rescues around the clock. He says The flooding likely will last a few days. Some of that flooding reported well inland. Authorities in Andalusia in Bruton, reporting roads flooded, enclosed. Hurricane Sally is causing widespread power outages across southwest Alabama. Some 280,000 customers were without electricity. And Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall, warning that price gouging is illegal. The state's price gouging law taking effect under the state of emergency declared by governor Ivy. Refines of up to $1000 per violation. Repeat violators could be barred from doing business in Alabama. I'm Jim Farrell. Your next news at seven more. Michael Berry in three minutes on Birmingham's news, traffic and weather station. Use radio 1055 Nancy Grace, breaking crime. He's nowthe staff any Georgie Skillon landing middle school get suspicious when mirrors are installed in the girls bathroom inside the stalls. Police arrest contractor Greg Maley, who's looking at the mirrors from above through an air conditioning, vent perv. Daja Tucker climbs in the drive through window and Ohio McDonald's.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Minimal damage. Orange Beach beer Tony Kennon says the city got inundated by 9 Ft of water. And two more feet or expected lots of work to restore the beach lies ahead. We'll know better wouldn't know We're going to have to have a beat Renourishment project very soon because there's gonna be some areas where there's basically no beats. And then there'll be some areas of the field back in, okay. He says they received more than 100 calls for rescue last night. Be sure to report any price couching you see due to Hurricane Sally, the state attorney general Steve Marshall, telling J. T on Alabama's morning news gouging is widespread, and it's illegal pitch you on when the governor declares a state of emergency like she has here, our price gouging laws in effect, and really, what that does this kind of said a presumption that anybody that raises either on commodity or lodging prices an increase of 25% over an average of 80 days that that is potentially actionable. Both is a fine or to potentially revoked somebody's license. Now. One major problem is home repair fraud, Marshall says. You need to be very aware ought to treat down roofs are going to be damaged. Homes need to be repaired and we have some unscrupulous individuals who are our license will come into that area and not do good work, and we need to make sure that people are aware of that as well, he says. Report all of this activity to the attorney general's office. I'm Leah Brandon. I'm Jim. Parity. You're next news at 3 30 coming up. It's Sean Hannity on Birmingham's news, traffic and weather station news radio 1055. W E R C fueled for yourself How the power has shifted at ramp our days for great deals. Visit your local Rambler or shopping. Buy online right now. During Ram Power days Get 0% a P.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We do see the flames at the forty five minutes after the fire started crews were cleaning up when one of our own is trap we're always concerned right at this time all right minor injuries both firefighters likely expected to be okay the controversial execution of an inmate in Alabama is carried out overnight Nathaniel wood sentenced to death for his role in the killings of three police officers in two thousand four Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall the fact that folks think as a result of the fact that the thing was was not the shooter which was not any thing that was alleged at trial but instead had accomplice liability which is a fundamental principle of criminal law is somehow another that's been an objection I've found very difficult to process as a prosecutor advocates argue that woods did not directly take part in the murders and should have had his execution delay it seems as if the rain would never stop heavy rain and flooding now making for dangerous driving in Georgia I have never seen this before after days of heavy rain and storms residents are dealing with the aftermath Matt Arnold put a drain in the middle of his yard to help move water quicker is the most rate I've seen for fifteen sixteen years on roads in Montgomery County cruising in place warning signs on them if you don't have to be here stale formal bullet county a school bus got stuck on a dirt road and in Wayne County emergency officials haven't closed any roads but they're focusing on areas that usually fly check on the conditions of the road but sure they're passable prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped out in the UK over nine of one of their final advances senior members of the royal family CBS's Roxana Sudbury from Buckingham Palace the server creating country is something that we will rightly proud of and it never leaves us once always serving the from April first Meghan will no longer represent the queen will still hold their titles his and her Royal Highness the won't be able to use them and the recently launched a suffix royal brand no longer contain the word Harry Meghan will give it that bachelors and Harry is one to a different kind of life we know that Meghan the world life is just not ready so you just had.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tonight then you'll would sentenced to death for his role in the murders of three police officers in two thousand four Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall the fact that folks think as a result of the fact that the thing was was not the shooter which was not any thing that was alleged at trial but instead had accomplice liability which is a fundamental principle of criminal law is somehow another that's been an objection I've found very difficult to process as a prosecutor advocates argue that woods did not directly take part in those killings and should have had his execution delayed another rainy night in Georgia seem like it would never stop raining heavy rainfall flooding making for some dangerous driving conditions there I've never seen this before after days of heavy rain and storms residents are dealing with the aftermath Matt Arnold put a drain in the middle of his yard to help move water quicker is the most rain I've seen for fifteen sixteen years on roads in Montgomery County crews even place warning signs on them if you don't have to be here stale formal bullet county a school bus got stuck on a dirt road and in Wayne County emergency officials haven't closed any roads but they're focusing on areas that usually fly check on the conditions of the road but sure they're passable state of emergency has been declared for more than one hundred counties in Georgia little bit of rain on the way for us and see where they need snow the most in ski country not going to be happening let's hit the slopes of the WBC ski report is brought to you by four ninety five jeep dot com I am Charlie Rose with the WBC scan report when you have a weekend with two sunny days that's a weekend you want to get outdoors and hit the slopes and watches that snow was still three and a half feet deep on their twenty five open trails there skiing and riding day and night and so we're crotchet mountain pats peak both near one hundred percent ragged mountain on thirty two trails it's their snow making trade nice cruisers from their high speed quad chair and six pack Waterville Bretton woods canyon trail numbers in the sixties I'm Charlie Ross for WBZ Boston news radio how long your commute will be please listen to Morrow's weather today there's a place where we can use personal world easy Boston's news radio do you think it means to be a guardian I think that being a guardian means that you love and care for them also accept someone who's always got your back the person could rely on regardless my garden was always my mother my father my guardian is.

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U.S. Supreme Court will allow execution, Alabama still delayed as death warrant expired at midnight

Paul W. Smith

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. Supreme Court will allow execution, Alabama still delayed as death warrant expired at midnight

"Deputy the clock was ticking for an Alabama killer. A death row inmate who was spared lethal injection last night as the clock ran out a divided US supreme court waited early this morning clearing. The way for the execution of forty six year old Christopher Lee price, but it came after the death warrant setting April eleventh execution date expired at midnight. A federal judge had earlier Thursday stay the killing over a legal challenge to Alabama's process. Governor Kay Ivey. And state attorney general Steve Marshall say they will have to seek new execution date from an Alabama court. Price was convicted in the nineteen Ninety-one sort and daggers slaying of pastor who was preparing Christmas gifts

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"steve marshall" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

08:03 min | 3 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on WDRC

"Nine five to seven seven emails. Go to talk at LARs Larson dot com. You know, I want to give you a statistic last night. The president was talking about some of the statistics. The backup his request to the congress. And I think he made a good case for last night to finish the border wall. And would you do me a favor when you're talking about this subject, and I'm going to do this to let's talk about finishing the wall because for a long time. Now, the media has repeated the mantra build the wall. Well, we've already built a lot of the wall. So let's talk about it as finishing America's wall. Not building Trump's wall. I think it changes the dynamic, by the way right now, the estimated number of daily illegal crossings is one thousand eight hundred and nine that's every single day almost two thousand people every single day. So I want you to imagine it this way. Let's say you live in a town that has fifty thousand residents not a big town. But not a small town either fifty thousand residents it will take just under a month for that number of people the number of people who. Populate your entire town to cross the border illegally. That's how fast this is going. If you live in a town of say five hundred thousand it'll take two hundred and fifty days in other words before Christmas this year, if you live in town of five hundred thousand that's a big town at least a middling big town. You will see as many border crossings as it would take to repopulate an entire city of five hundred thousand in two hundred and fifty days. That's how fast people are coming in. There have been sixty six thousand attempts to enter this year. Twenty nineteen America. First policy says another attempt to cross illegally happens every forty eight seconds. And that's based on numbers from the US customs and border protection. Experts have estimated that about half of illegal entry attempts succeed and half of them. Do not. That's how bad the problem is right now. Glad to have you with me and glad to take your phone. Calls and your emails at eight six six LARs that's eight six six four three nine five to seven seven emails. Go to talk at LARs Larson dot com. There's also an I've received a bunch of emails and communications on this involving a shooting at the Birmingham area mall on thanksgiving night. The police officer killed a man by the name of immense Bradford junior. And now a report has come out that says he did not commit a crime and will not be charged for his actions. Alabama's attorney general Steve Marshall made that announcement yesterday Marshall says it's his understand the FBI will also not initiate, a civil rights case against the Hoover, Alabama officer, the officer was working mall security thanksgiving night. He killed Bradford. After a shooting that left two people injured Hoover police initially identified Bradford Twenty-one as the suspect. And then said, no. But said he. Brandished a weapon only to recant that statement as well saying that Bradford was mistaken for an active shooter because he was holding a gun at the scene, which immediately heightened the sense of alert or threat to approaching police officers witnesses have said that Bradford armed with a permitted weapon was helping mall patrons when the officer shot him in the back. Now the details that I'd like to see from the reporter these. And we know that this is one of the possible outcomes. I carry a gun everyday fiber had to take that gun out of the holster, and I never have had to take it out in response to a threat. But if you take it out understand that if a police officer arrived on the scene, he's gonna want to know quickly who you are. And he's gonna want you to put that weapon down. And I've seen a number of bodycam tapes of officers who've challenged somebody holding a gun if an officer tells you to put the gun down you put the gun down. If you do not, you could be perceived correctly as a threat in this case, the police say they identified him as a threat, and as a result, they shot him it ended his life. And it was I was a mistake. The question is was it. A criminal mistake by the officers who shot him or was it a reasonable response to a threat that they saw because of what they were seeing and the way that he was reacting at this point the reports have cleared the police officer who shot. Bradford. So I know we're going to find out more about this. And that will come in the days ahead. Let's go to Mark in South Dakota. Hey, Mark, thanks for listing on W, Anna axe. Welcome to the LARs Larson show. What's on your mind? Thank you, LARs. I heard a lot of people say we need to get spending under control you need to approve the spending for the next fifteen days. Whatever I'm taking the yada. Well, that's a budget something that lasts for more than fifteen days. We haven't had a budget for what ten years now two thousand six. So it's now been thirteen years. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Had a budget. Right. But just keep kicking this can down the road. I know, and you know, who's who's making that happen is the congress has not as chosen not to pass a budget. They've chosen instead to do continuing resolutions, which I don't terrible way to buzz. I don't understand why the president, you know, he's a businessman. He knows why does he stand up and start making noise on that? The news media are hit news commentators talking about we need a budget just to continue to resolution. A we need a budget. Here's the thing. The president can talk about it all he wants. But it's ultimately up to the congress. And I don't think that this congress. They didn't do it when it was Republic Republicans in the majority in the house and the Senate, and I actually don't see any indication they're going to change their tune with the Democrats in charge of one house and the Senate the senators in charge in the Republicans in charge of the Senate. I don't think it's going to happen. And and it's foolish because I don't think any company would run sensibly if they said, we're not going to have a budget. We're going to take the last budget, and then add some money to it and just call it the new budget and and have a continuing resolution. It is a foolish way to run the government. But getting that to change Mark. I don't I don't know how we get it done. I almost every member of congress. You talked to who's Republican will tell you. We should have a real budget. And yet they were in charge Republicans are in charge of the house and Senate for two years, and they wouldn't do it. And part of the problem there is when the Republican. Were in charge. They did not have enough votes in the Senate, especially to pass anything without the Democrats cooperating. So the Democrats would say we're not going to pass a budget because you wanna put a bunch of things than budget that we don't want. I think we should blow up the filibuster. We should no longer have the filibuster get rid of it altogether. It cheats, Americans because if enough Americans elect fifty-one senators, whether they're Democrats or Republicans who had voted for something in the Senate that Bill should pass. But right now what we're telling Americans is you have to elect sixty senators to get anything passed the Senate. That means that the Democrats are free to sit back and say, we will not approve a budget, and we should go back to a regular budget order that is have the congress. Right. An entire budget blueprint for the entire country and and not pass these ridiculous continuing resolutions, there's no control and there's no certainty from year to year. Mark, thanks for the call. You've heard. Me talk.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Talk. Six fifty. AST? NBC News Radio. I'm Lisa Carter. President Trump calls immigration and urgent national crisis. It must be confronted by Republicans and Democrats we have a moral duty to create an immigration system that protects the lives in jobs of our citizens during the annual state of the union address last night. Trump said it is time to end illegal immigration and put roofless coyotes cartels drug dealers human traffickers out of business again warned about large caravans of migrants that are headed to the US border. He called it a moral issue and said the southern border is in a lawless state Trump insisted that he wants people to come into the US. But he says they must do it legally. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio. Stacey Abrams who lost a close governor's race in Georgia gave the democratic response. She said bipartisanship could crap a twenty-first-century immigration plan, but this administration chooses to cage children and tear families apart compassionate treatment at the border is not the same as open borders. President Reagan understood this President Obama understood this Americans understand this and Democrats stand ready to effectively secure our ports and borders. She's had a president should rise about politics and unite the country Virginia residents are still awaiting word on if they're governor will resign after a racist photo from his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook surfaced democratic governor route northern is facing resignation calls from both sides of the aisle. Protesters in Hoover, Alabama are outraged after an officer who shot a black man in the back and killed him was cleared a criminal charges last night activists. Join EJ Bradford's family in front of Hoover city hall. Attorney general Steve Marshall says the officer was justified in killing Bradford thanksgiving night after a shooting at a mall. Authorities later admitted Bradford was not the suspect. Protests are planned at Marshall's office as well. You're listening.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"At the overwhelming reaction receiving. President talk about security in so many different ways. A totally ignored the gun violence epidemic in our country. Trump did not broadly discuss recent mass shootings during his speech. He did reference last October's shooting at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh that left eleven people dead though, he spoke about the tragedy in the context of confronting anti-semitism. An Alabama police officer who shot and killed a man misidentified as a shooting suspect in Hoover mall last year will not be criminally charged. Alabama attorney general Steve Marshall released a twenty four page report concluding the investigation of the thanksgiving night river chase gallery a shooting in which Hoover police officer fatally shot a magic EJ Bradford junior. Marshals report finds that the unnamed officer reasonably exercised his official duties in an account in which he shot and killed Bradford. When responding to gunfire. Hoover. Police initially misidentified Bradford as the gunman but later said he was likely not the shooter country music legend and well. Documented pot fan Willie Nelson is injuries a hemp infused coffee bean as the first product in his health and wellness line. Willie's remedy that coffee is infused with hemp oil grown in Colorado and comes with a hefty thirty six dollar price, tag, Nelson and his wife plan to roll out more hemp based health and wellness products this year, it's a way to start your morning. Oh my goodness. Right. But I love I love Willie's remedy. That's a great name. Thanks, jen. Twenty three minutes after the hour on this morning. America's.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The overwhelming reaction receiving. President talk to that security in so many different ways. And he totally ignored the gun violence epidemic in our country. Trump did not broadly discuss recent mass shootings during his speech. He did reference last October's shooting at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh left eleven people dead, though, he spoke about the tragedy in the context of confronting anti-semitism. An Alabama police officer who shot and killed a man misidentified as a shooting suspect in Hoover mall last year will not be criminally charged. Alabama attorney general Steve Marshall released a twenty four page report concluding the investigation of the thanksgiving nights river chase Galleria shooting in which Hoover police officer fatally shot a magic EJ Bradford junior. Marshals report finds that the unnamed officer reasonably exercised his official duties in an account in which he shot and killed Bradford. When responding to gunfire. Hoover. Police initially misidentified Bradford as the gunman but later said he was likely not the shooter country music legend and well. Documented pot fan Willie Nelson is injuries a hemp infused coffee bean as the first product in his health and wellness line. Willie's remedy that coffee is infused with hemp oil grown in Colorado and comes with a hefty thirty six dollar price, tag, Nelson and his wife plan to roll out more hemp based health and wellness products this year, it's the way to start your morning. Oh my goodness. Right. But I love I love Willie's remedy. That's a great name. I think they nailed it. Thanks, jen. Twenty three minutes after the hour on.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Jennifer Kushinka is here with more of America's First News corden in his state of the union speech last night. President Trump implored lawmakers to break decades of political stalemate and heal old wounds just weeks after the longest government shutdown in history. He also called for an end to ridiculous partisan investigations. If there is going to be peace and legislation there cannot be war and investigation. It just doesn't work that way. Trump spoke for nearly an hour and a half with frequent interruptions of applause from Republican members who broke into chance of USA at several points. The house chamber was marked by dozens of democratic women wearing white the color historically associated with a suffer jet movement. House speaker Nancy Pelosi pan, the address saying it would take days to fact, check all the misrepresentations that Trump made she says we'll talking about perceived threats to the safety of Americans. He left one big thing out the overwhelming reactions, Stephen. Talk about security in so many different ways totally ignored the gun violence epidemic in our country. Trump did not broadly discuss recent mass shootings during his speech. He did reference last October's shooting at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh left eleven people dead, though, he spoke about the tragedy in the context of confronting anti-semitism. An Alabama police officer who shot and killed a man misidentified as a shooting suspect in a Hoover mall. Last year will not be criminally charged. Alabama attorney general Steve Marshall released a twenty four page report concluding the investigation of the thanksgiving nights river chase Galleria shooting in which a Hoover police officer fatally shot a Mantech EJ Bradford junior. Marshals report finds that the unnamed officer reasonably exercised his official duties in an account in which he shot and killed Bradford. When responding to gunfire. Hoover. Police initially misidentified Bradford as the gunman but later said he was likely not the shooter country music legend and well. Documented pot fan Willie Nelson is injuries a hemp infused coffee bean as the first product in his health and wellness line. Willie's remedy that coffee is infused with hemp oil grown in Colorado and comes with a hefty thirty six dollar price, tag, Nelson and his wife plan to roll out more hemp based health and wellness products this year, it's a way to start your morning. Oh my goodness. Right. But I love I love Willie's remedy. That's a great name. Thanks, jen. Twenty three minutes after the hour on.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A political axe to grind one way or the other and who are in the border security business majority leader, Mitch McConnell is expressing optimism. The panel can reach an agreement. No any deal would need to win the president support. President Trump has. Raised his doubts about the conference committee success, but says one way or another a border wall will be built on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News. The Alabama police officer who shot and killed the wrong man following a mall shooting in December will not face charges. Alabama's attorney general Steve Marshall ruling the officer acted reasonably under the circumstances that Vance father calling it a cover up a Chinese student is headed to an American prison after taking photos of a US military installation. A lawyer for twenty year olds Xiao Qian Lee says he's just a student tourists from China who wandered onto the key west naval air station in Florida. Prosecutors say he was taking photos of sensitive areas of the military base after walking around defense into a well marked restricted zone. They say he only had photos of the station on his cellphone and camera. And none of the familiar tourist destinations in the key west area, this student wound up pleading guilty to taking those photos and a judge has sentenced him to one year in prison chill NATO. Oh, fuck snooze. British woman has been sentenced to six months in prison in Indonesia for slapping immigration officer on the island of Bali after missing her flight due to an expired visa video show. The woman cursing and hitting the officer Bali international airport in throwing a lengthy tantrum. After being asked to pay a fine of four thousand dollars for overstaying her visa says.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Six ninety is. Katie SM, AM El Paso. Urged congress to avoid ridiculous partisan investigations during a state of the union speech. The president touted the progress. He says the nation has made during his tenure and said the only thing that can stop the economic miracle underway or foolish wars or the many probes of his organizations. He said if there's going to be peace and legislation there cannot be wore and investigation for the first time in US history. And African American woman gave the opposing parties response to a state of the union address Democrats Stacey Abrams election for governor of Georgia was marred by allegations of voter suppression, voter suppression is real for making it harder to register and stay on the rolls to moving and closing polling places to rejecting lawful ballots. We can no longer ignore these threats to democracy during her response. She called for an end to that saying it's time for voters to pick their politicians and not politicians pick their voters. She called the recent partial government shutdown stunt and said it was. Disgrace. She called on President Trump to speak the truth. She said the system is rigged to hard working people because wages are not keeping pace with inflation. She said it's awful that first grade students are practicing active shooter drills Abrams calls on all Americans to tackle climate change expand healthcare and intelligently secure ports in the border. The Democrats said most Americans understand that caging children and tearing families apart is wrong. There are demonstrations taking place in Hoover, Alabama after that state's attorney general decided not to pursue charges against police officer who shot and killed a black man Steve Marshall said the officer was justified in killing EJ Bradford on thanksgiving night following a mall shooting. Bradford was killed by a uniform Hoover police officer at the Galleria mall when he was mistaken for being responsible for a report of shots fired at the mall the suspect in the shooting. Aaron Brown was later found and taken into custody in Fulton County, Georgia the officer has not been identified. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. Your.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on AP News

"A prime time audience API saga megani has more excerpts released by the White House. The president says the agenda he'll lay out is not Republican or democrat. It is the agenda of the American people and the parties can work together. But it's likely to rig hollow to Democrats amid two years of bitter partisanship, he'll say tonight. No issue better illustrates, the divide between America's working and political classes, then the legal immigration accusing wealthy. Politicians pushing four open borders with another government shutdown deadline approaching the president could choose to go around congress by declaring a national emergency to build his border wall. He's not expected to do that tonight in part because he knows some Republicans are against it. And he does not want to be booed in the house chamber. Saga megani? Washington. After Trump speaks Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams will deliver her party's response. While she narrowly lost her bid last year to become the country's first black female governor. She instead will be the first black woman to deliver a state of the union response and excerpts of her speech aprons, so say all Americans should have economic opportunity and voting access. She'll also call the recent partial government shutdown a stunt engineered by the president of the United States that defied every Tenet of fairness and abandoned not just our people, but our values Alabama attorney general Steve Marshall says a Hoover police officer will not face charges for killing twenty one year old Mantech EJ Bradford junior who he reportedly mistook for a gunman in a mall shooting. Marshall's decision has sparked a protest outside the Birmingham suburbs. City more news right after this space, some regions.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on AP News

"And the prime time audience AB saga megani has more excerpts released by the White House. The president says the agenda he'll lay out is not Republican or democrat. It is the agenda of the American people and the parties can work together. But it's likely to ring hollow to Democrats amid two years of bitter partisanship, he'll say tonight. No issue better. Illustrates the divide between America's working and political classes, then illegal immigration, accusing wealthy politicians of pushing for open borders with another government shutdown deadline approaching the president could choose to go around congress by declaring a national emergency to build his border wall. He's not expected to do that tonight in part because he knows some Republicans are against it. And he does not want to be booed in the house chamber saga megani? Wa-? Washington after Trump speaks Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams will deliver her party's response. While she narrowly lost her bid last year to become the country's first black female governor. She instead will be the first black woman to deliver a state of the union response and excerpts of her speech. Aprons we'll say all Americans should have economic opportunity and voting access. She'll also call the recent partial government shutdown a stunt engineered by the president of the United States that defied every tentative of fairness and abandoned not just our people, but our values Alabama attorney general Steve Marshall says a Hoover police officer will not face charges for killing twenty one year old a magic J Bradford junior who reportedly mistook for a gunman in a mall shooting Marshall's decision sparked protests outside the Birmingham suburbs. City. AP digital news back in a moment space, some regions are vast and empty other areas. We call closets. Fortunately, Kevin from the container store has answers. Right. Kevin. What gives you the power over space? I'd say alpha, customizable, closets with free design and ALPHA's adjustable shelving. And drawers, I can create space in any size closet. Kevin master.

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"steve marshall" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"steve marshall" Discussed on AP News

"The prime time audience AB saga megani has more excerpts released by the White House. The president says the agenda he'll lay out is not Republican or democrat. It is the agenda of the American people and the parties can work together. But it's likely to ring hollow to Democrats amid two years of bitter partisanship, he'll say tonight. No issue better illustrates, the divide between America's working and political classes, then the legal immigration, accusing wealthy politicians of pushing for open borders with another government shutdown deadline approaching the president could choose to go around congress by declaring a national emergency to build his border wall. He's not expected to do that tonight in part because he knows some Republicans are against it. And he does not want to be booed in the house chamber. Saga megani? Washington. After Trump speaks Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams will deliver her party's response. While she narrowly lost her bid last year to become the country's first black female governor. She instead will be the first black woman to deliver a state of the union response and excerpts of her speech. Aprons we'll say all Americans should have economic opportunity and voting access. She'll also call the recent partial government shutdown a stunt engineered by the president of the United States that defied every tentative fairness and abandoned not just our people, but our values Alabama attorney general Steve Marshall says a Hoover police officer will not face charges for killing twenty one year old Atlantic EJ Bradford junior who he reportedly mistook for a gunman in a mall shooting Marshall's decision sparked protests outside the Birmingham suburbs. City hall with demonstrators burning to US flags protest leader Carlos chevette junior. Saying this flag won't mean. Nothing to me until black lives matter. This is AP radio news. The jury the New York federal profile of Joaquin El Chapo Guzm. Ends at second day of deliberations with no verdict. Members of the panel sent the judge notes indicating interest in Gu's Mons alleged attempts at diversifying his drug operation. Parts of the west deal with a rare snowfall. There is snow on the ground in Seattle and Portland Oregon in San Francisco the first noticeable snowfall in eight years. There was a coating on mount Diablo the road to get to the top was closed, which was bad news for young Emma Vasquez. No, man, but butter mom told Keijo TV, she likes the view, just fine. So beautiful. I've never seen it covered in snow. It's amazing. It's absolutely breathtaking at Yosemite, national, park, rain and snow closed. All roads toppled trees and triggered a rockslide space. Some regions.

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What does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's stunning upset mean for Democrats?

Chip Franklin

02:04 min | 3 years ago

What does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's stunning upset mean for Democrats?

"Kadjio eighteen the station now on amazon alexa opened the cagey oh eight ten skill good evening i'm nikki medoro a twenty eight year old liberal activists has thrown a spotlight on the surge of energy on the party's laughed there's after alexandria akasa cortez knocked off the number four house democrat in the new york city primary is being called a redefining a moment for the democratic party search for a new identity in the age of trump her stunning victory in the primary offers a new window into the tug of war for the direction of the party alabama attorney general steve marshall opened up to reporters today about his wife's a weekend suicide corresponding clayton neville says the state's top lawyer spoke about the daily struggles of people suffering from mental health issues the attorney general was joined by his daughter and other family members when he spoke for nearly twenty minutes about the lifelong battles his wife bridget dealt with he spoke about half truths that have come out since her death and the guilty fields for forcing her into the public spotlight marshall said he hopes people can learn from his family story our hope today to share story also give strength to those families who have been doing what we have endured marshall said he'll remember his wife is beautiful and gentle person i'm clayton neville a guatemalan woman seeking asylum is suing for the release of her eightyearold daughter who she says sustained injuries and elm after being forcibly separated crossing the us mexico border illegally the aclu of massachusetts filed the suit today to immediately reunite and djelic are rebecca gonzales garcia with her daughter federal officials did not immediately comment the lawsuit comes after president trump last week ended his administration's practice of separating families detained at the border and a boy who lost part of his pelvis and leg after a tree fell on his ten during a camping trip in two thousand twelve will be awarded forty seven and a half million dollars san mateo county and its contractor davey tree will pay thirty million dollars to settle the case brought by zachary row pg's contractor western environmental consultants will pay seventeen and a half million dollars.

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Trump's opioid plan includes pushing death penalty for drug dealers

WYDE

01:09 min | 4 years ago

Trump's opioid plan includes pushing death penalty for drug dealers

"Streets the jefferson county commission the sheriff's office the county attorney and others filed a lawsuit today against twentyseven opioid manufacturers the latest suit joins the one file by attorney general steve marshall in february the suit claims drug makers knew the drugs were highly addictive and that they were prescribed much longer than necessary leading to addiction the county is seeking a portion of the drug companies profits to reimburse the county for jail sheriff's office and other costs related to the opioid crisis during his remarks at the friends of ireland lunch president trump welcome to the irish prime minister to washington saying saint patrick's day is a time for the us to honor and build on the lasting bonds between the two countries the president praised the prime minister for his country's tax system they got those taxes solo you're a tough went to compete with with the taxes brought to you by attorney alexander shinohara a man for the people for more alabama stories to yellowhammer news dot com i'm jay holland have you ever made the wrong higher for your organization do you have.

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Saraland girl, 14, missing; police seek public's help

WYDE

01:22 min | 4 years ago

Saraland girl, 14, missing; police seek public's help

"This is elizabeth kramer with the yellowhammer news radio network alabama attorney general steve marshall of republican leads the race of campaign contributions raised in the month of february in his efforts to win a full term as attorney general marshall raised two hundred nineteen thousand dollars this past month coming in second his republican former attorney general troy king with one hundred and eight thousand dollars and republican former us attorney alice martin claims third with thirty six thousand dollars in contributions the primary election for secretary of state is set for june 5th police are seeking information about the case of the missing sarah lind girl fourteen year old kaely presley has been missing since friday last seen at rambos skate land on sara land boulevard presley is described as a white female with light brown to blonde hair with blue eyes she is five foot two inches tall and weighs about one hundred pounds she was last seen wearing blue jeans and a black shirt sarah land police ask any one with information on pressley's whereabouts to call the department at two five one six seven five five three three one the aniston army depot seeks applicants for their march 31st job fair the depot welcomes anyone interested to common apply for.

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