19 Burst results for "Susie Lee"

"susie lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 3 d ago

"susie lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"President elect insisted that staying home can make a world of difference. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the Supreme Court ruling against one of his covert 19 religious restrictions is political. So I think this was really just an opportunity for the court to express its philosophy and politics doesn't have any practical effect. The Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 last night that religious liberty outweighs covert 19 precautions. Court temporarily blocked new rules in Brooklyn that put strict limits on crowd sizes at houses of worship in areas with high infection rates. Ah, congresswoman is infected with covert 19 Nevada Democrats Susie Lee revealed her diagnosis yesterday after she went to Ohio on Monday to visit her mother who eventually died. Li says her covert test on Sunday was negative, but another turned up positive. Florida Senator Rick Scott is proposing changes that he says will rebuild trust in our elections. Riko Shil has details. Senator Scott is calling for national voter I d requirements similar to Florida's Scott says Florida's election system works well in his goal is to make sure what works in his state is incorporated into election systems across the country. Small business Saturday is this weekend. The annual shopping fist has followed on the heels of Black Friday since its inception in 2010. The aim is to draw shoppers out to small, locally owned brick and mortar baby. This is this year, though online shopping is encouraged. I'm Tom Roberts. Colorado Governor Jared Pulis's spending Thanksgiving in quarantine. This is after he was exposed to somebody who tested positive for the coronavirus. The governor's office says he tested negative last night, but he'll be tested again in the days to come. The news comes after polls his fellow governor to the north. Wyoming's Mark Gordon, revealed his positive test yesterday. Three women in the national spotlight are now in the running for Time magazine's person of the year. Vice President elect Kamila Harris made history this month by becoming the first woman elected VP Stacey Abrams, credited with helping to flip Georgia Blue and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer handled attacks from President Trump while being at the center of an alleged kidnapping plot. Also on the list..

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"susie lee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 3 d ago

"susie lee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Small, but I have to say the flight was pretty packed. I was a little concerned. That's WFOR TV reporter Jessica Vallejo Elsewhere, the mayor of Denver, Michael Hancock was among the many to travel. He flew to Mississippi hours after telling his own residents not to go anywhere. Overnight. He did issue an apology. After intense backlash, he says he did open up about how his family canceled its usual Thanksgiving but should have shared that his wife and daughter have been a Mississippi after his daughter took a new job. Mayor claiming it was safer for him to travel as opposed to having the two of them fly back to Denver. When it rains, it pours. And that is the case for a house Democrat from Nevada, a very tough time for representative Susie Lee this holiday. She traveled to Ohio this week after her ill mother started receiving in home hospice care. Her mother passed away last night after an illness and tonight. In an unrelated coincidence, the representative has tested positive for the virus. In a statement, she said, I am currently asymptomatic and plan to participate in remote memorial services for my mother over the weekend. Starting next week. I will continue my congressional work remotely while isolating until I know it is safe to exit isolation. Let's k L. A s reporter Denise Valle, Dad's It's 7 36 coming up at the top of the hour. CBS World News Round Up Catching up on news from around the globe every weekday morning at eight Right here on WCBS. Sadie Health is something we often take for granted, but not anymore. Hi, I'm WCBS anchor Steve Scott. During this crisis. WCBS reminds you that simple things like washing your hands.

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"susie lee" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

04:23 min | Last month

"susie lee" Discussed on RJ Politics

"I subsequently learned it doesn't cover things such as eye exams for prescription glasses routine foot care, which is so important to people suffer from diabetes or fittings for hearing AIDS shouldn't the Medicare program cover those things those things seem to be things that seniors definitely need. Absolutely I you know listen on one of the things that we are focused on at least I. AM is making sure that seniors can remain in their home as long as feasible for them and you know having these support services that are so important that really do lead to quality of life issues and could leave to debilitating. Circumstances for so many. So again I it's part of you know too often we get caught in making one decision, but not understanding the holistic aspect especially when it comes to healthcare and providing these services to me such an their preventive form of healthcare, and they're important to making sure that. Our senior population can continue to age in the. Dignity the security of their own home and now be. Institutionalized to sell. Yeah and that's a good segue LE. Let's talk about that We can talk about nursing homes in a second, but before we do that. There are a lot of people say look we need to have programs and support so that if a elder parent wants to stay in our own home or live with their family that they have the support that they need to be able to do that what do you think can be done on that front to to keep folks in their own homes or to help them stay with relatives so that they don't have to go who nursing home in the first place. I listen this was important part of the aging with Dignity Act of which I was a ritual co-sponsor pass to.

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"susie lee" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

01:39 min | Last month

"susie lee" Discussed on RJ Politics

"Which had some major provisions in one of being allowing Medicare to negotiate prescription drug prices. But also applying those prices to private companies on you know when you think about insulin insulin been around for one hundred years. But we've seen a thousand percent increase in the price of insulin over the last decade and you know in so we have to do something to control. The incredible increases in prices that we're seeing. Across this country. One thing that was important piece of that act also was a two thousand. Dollar cap on expenditures for prescription drugs for Medicare recipients so Many, important pieces of that legislation bringing the cost to prescription drugs down, which is so important to so many Americans who. Are, forced to either make the tough decision to not take the full dose which has its own health ramifications or forgo it completely. So that's why this was such an important piece of legislation. Unfortunately, it's sitting on Mitch McConnell's deaths like so many pieces of legislation we passed this Congress. Bipartisan it did receive some Republican votes. One question I want to ask you congresswoman is this a? Surprise when I first learned that the Medicare program does not cover dental procedures. I subsequently learned it doesn't cover things such as eye exams for prescription glasses routine foot care, which is so important to people suffer from diabetes.

"susie lee" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

05:09 min | Last month

"susie lee" Discussed on RJ Politics

"What I believe is that the benefits that seniors get in people with disabilities was for from social security. Should not because they should stay the same increase cola but we need to obviously find sources of revenues. I am not a fan of gambling with people's income in. Really. Their security with the stock market, and so I am not a fan of privatizing social security by basically going to the stock market to support it on. You know I think that there's options. One thing we never really talked about is raising the minimum wage in the impact that that will have on social security because. So many of our lowest income Americans on are basically relying on social security. So fake in on have increase in salary in the beginning pay into it will. Obviously help. It's not going to eliminate the they imbalance, but will help it I. Think we need to look at progressive options for how we manage this but I certainly don't believe privatizing it is is the answer. Know what you're absolutely right. You are the only person in our interview series so far to. Link that issue the minimum wage to so security in in terms of people paying in at a higher rate earlier in terms of extending the program although I think you're going to get a little pushback from. Nevada, gambling industry for acquainting them with the stock market that might not that you make a phone call. After this airs. So the most recent estimates show that the social security trust funds will be exhausted by twenty thirty, five s their most recent date. It's a moving target that date but some people say those estimates are too optimistic because as we talked about earlier in the broadcast people are out of work they're not paying into the system now at minimum wage or any wage because they've lost their job in their their their they've been furloughed or laid off and they're looking for work so. What ideas do you have an we'll talk about some specifics later but to stabilize the funding for social security going forward given that you know maybe a a looming deadline for you. Know several years ago. There was a bipartisan commission that was formed to look at funding for social security and they had come up with some some options for doing that like I said I think that we need to look at on progressive options. So basically, you're most wealthy Americans sue may have other forms of retirement security retirement income may be they're not drawing as much down on social security. So I think there's options that we need to look at it and make sure that it is porting. Are Most vulnerable seniors said it's supporting the seniors who worked in put their money into the program I knowing that it would be a source of income in their senior years but there's there's several options out there. I. Think that looking at them out one by one rather than as I like to look at things comprehensively as package and so but this is gonna be something. We'll get to a critical point especially. We haven't talked about the Heroes Act in wet hits happened with the pandemic. Negotiations but the impact when you start to think the domino impact of not providing Americans with another relief package, which found the president's decision today just so disheartening, we felt like we actually pretty close to bipartisan agreement but when you think about what it's going to mean for Americans who are going to be out jobs for longer. You. Know the support that we're getting for state and local governments for Medicaid I'm just really worried in. That's why I'm going to continue to work..

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"susie lee" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

03:13 min | Last month

"susie lee" Discussed on RJ Politics

"The vaccine because their more susceptible to the corona virus so I imagine they're very curious about the procedures, the safety would you tell People Wanna ask? Well. Listen I like everyone else when when is see this pandemic come to an end in first and foremost You know there's this project called project warp speed which was. Funded through the cares act I'm basically getting additional funding into vaccine development reports have been out lately that this process of approving it has become highly politicized in. I. Worry that it will have an impact on the reputation of our public health are CDC IN FDA have had Unblemished Reputations in terms of supporting the safety of Americans, and so I'm just worried at that's becoming politicized. But aback scenes in the works we don't know when they're going to be an announcement but the bottom line is even with the vaccine is this GonNa be a vaccine like when you get for mumps where you're one hundred percent protected from getting it or is it know where you from other flu shots were you have a fifty percent reduction in a chance of getting it or that the? Symptoms just aren't as severe, and so we don't there's a lot of uncertainty around this vaccine and obviously were in a hurry to get it developed. But most importantly, we would be so far along in this pandemic in terms of beating Ed if people from the very beginning inconsistently have cracked the CDC guidelines of wearing mass social, distancing, washing your hands we'd First of all people think that wearing your mask is really to protect you it's actually to protect other people you're you have a greater. Probability of reducing the spread. By wearing masks rather if you're wearing it and someone else is not in their their infected, you have a lower chance of getting it. So this is really about a collective effort and it's wearing these masks to protect all of us so that we all can get on our feet. We all want our children to go back to school. We all need our businesses to open up. In so I just implore everyone in I know many people who are listening today have practice at but to continue to do that in the meantime, you know all push to make sure we have transparency and clarity around the back seen development But I, like many people in rooting for success. I hope that it is done in a scientific manner in we can trust the safety Abed in more importantly that people actually do it that Jake it take advantage of it when it is available absolutely that is that is good advice. Talk about the affordable care act. This has been controversial since it passed passed without a signal rebublican. Vogue Republicans have tried literally scores of times to to repeal that act I..

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"susie lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:10 min | 4 months ago

"susie lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of course. So let's get right back down to business here and go to our friend on the left coast could lead the Patriot. I'm gonna have you finish it out. And Khalid. The Patriot has left the building. He waited a long time He did, but I know he's in the cross fire is out there in California. I mean having to deal with Comrade Newsome. Having to deal with Kevin's and Karen's coming into his gas station and having to deal with all the lunacy But friends tomorrow we had promised you were going to a very, very busy show once again. A couple of housekeeping things. They're not gonna have time to go to other people on on on the phone. So here's what we'll do Want to make sure that you tune into news match TV tomorrow I'm gonna be on Spicer and company. You can check your local listings on your cable guide to check that out. I will be on tomorrow. Really enjoy being a frequent guest. There was Sean Spicer. Great Show Newsmax TV. You've heard me talk about it. Tomorrow I will be on there. Make sure you mark it on your calendar. The Steve Sanders show dot com website again. I want to make sure you're aware Of that website because we have our social media are digital platform, our podcast or archives? Ah lot of media stories. News stories. It's a great place to go shirt with your friends, The Steve Sanchez show dot com Now we're going to also be setting up a town hall. Sometime in September. We're working on that now we're gonna have we're going to dedicate one hour of the show. And we're gonna have Jim Marchant were inviting big Dan Rodham er Andi. I would be willing to invite Susie Lee and Steve Horse furred. If they're willing to come on and have some type of debate. I doubt it because they're afraid of the show, but that's okay. But we're going to definitely do this. Invite some of the people in the Republican Party conservative movement in Nevada so that you can have a clear choice. And, you know, the only choice is to turn the state red. I mean, we need to You just You just need to. I mean, my God, I don't think we can go through much more of this. I mean, just imagine you, you heard for yourself and some of you probably even saw the cliffs. Of the committee and how Jerry Nadler behaved how the Democrats behaved towards the attorney general. I mean, if it was Loretta Lynch sitting in that seat, and the Republicans were in charge of the committee, and they did to her what they did to him today, there would be an outrage. But this is you get used to it. I'm telling you, this is why November is do or die. I mean, just really is Get used to it. November is do or die, because if we somehow ushered in a Biden presidency, God help us all. Biden would not be the president. I mean, he'd be a president for just a small season, the VP would be the president. And the level of socialism that is going to come to us is going to be like nothing we've ever seen. I'm telling you, it's just going to be outrageous. All right. The sponsors this half hour, the young law group you've heard me speak about Shane Jasmine Young and 19 2001 of the top 100 women in business. One.

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"susie lee" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:11 min | 5 months ago

"susie lee" Discussed on AP News

"Highlighting how Washington insiders were both author and beneficiary of one of the biggest federally programs in U. S. history newly released government data shows several lawmakers have ties to companies that got forgivable coronavirus loans among businesses receiving money from the $659000000000 paycheck protection program was a California hotel partially owned by the husband of democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi as well as a shipping business started by transportation secretary Elaine Chao's family she's married to Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell money also flowed to a farming business owned by the family of Republican representative Vicky Hartzler and a casino company led by the husband of democratic representative Susie Lee there's no evidence any of them receive special treatment I'm Julie Walker

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Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefits

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefits

"Highlighting how Washington insiders were both author and beneficiary of one of the biggest federally programs in U. S. history newly released government data shows several lawmakers have ties to companies that got forgivable coronavirus loans among businesses receiving money from the six hundred and fifty nine billion dollar paycheck protection program was a California hotel partially owned by the husband of democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi as well as a shipping business started by transportation secretary Elaine Chao's family she's married to Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell money also flowed to a farming business owned by the family of Republican representative Vicky Hartzler and a casino company led by the husband of democratic representative Susie Lee there's no evidence any of them receive special treatment I'm Julie Walker

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"susie lee" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"susie lee" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Discovery is being hailed as a breakthrough beyond the promising results the findings are notable because dexamethasone is already widely available and for that matter and expensive Kevin Corke fox news chairman Jerome Powell telling a congressional committee hearing yesterday a full economic recovery won't happen until Americans are convinced the corona virus is no longer a threat several members of Congress reportedly access to payroll protection loans under the legislation the past several weeks ago politico reports how bipartisan group of lawmakers took out loans under the payroll protection program designed by Congress to keep small companies flow during the pandemic Republican house members Roger Williams of Texas and Vicky Hartzler of Missouri as well as Democrat Susie Lee of Nevada and Debbie what carousel pal of Florida all who own or have ties to businesses that got loans through the federal program each say they got their lone properly however congressional aides are saying more lawmakers got help through the program but that information is being withheld by the treasury department in Washington chill NATO fox news would Gucci eras avoided a lethal injection in Texas last night the Supreme Court holding his execution to consider whether the state's refusal to have a spiritual adviser in the death chamber violates his religious rights but Jack Callahan this is fox news investment real estate a tender complimentary educational workshop visit money talk radio dot com I'm doctor Sonya angel director of the California department of public health and state public health officer in the fight against Kobe nineteen free confidential testing is key to protecting yourself and the health of those around you why if you test positive you have access to medical treatment regardless of.

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"susie lee" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

04:40 min | 6 months ago

"susie lee" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Good morning great to have you with us the final election results of yesterday's our primary from the state of and it will be coming in and around June sixteenth yes that's the final date where absentee ballots postmarked by yesterday will be accepted so where are we in all we use we go to the polls we vote and we like that and then by that night late or early the next day you have an idea of what the results were well now with all this mail and stuff and people waiting in lines of for that sometimes for up to seven hours I was watching last night people storyline well I was watching the tube and you know so the new system as are created by the governor not working too well but we do have some preliminary figures for you and I thought you'd want to know we're looking specifically at the congressional districts three and four three and four all right the third was the two Republicans vying for every each against each other for the nomination Dan rata Meyer and Dan Schwartz couple dans and it turns out that Ron Meyer it has so far at least received forty three point five percent of the vote and the formative and treasurer Dan Schwartz in second place with thirty two point six percent so they were burned fine to be able to go against Susie Lee and she is in a district that favored Donald Trump actually in the twenty sixteen election by a narrow margin so I mean it's not a foregone conclusion have been necessarily win that seat Dan Schwartz spent more than seven hundred thousand dollars nearly five and eighty thousand of his own money right out of my or spent five hundred forty thousand also loose of about a hundred eighty three thousand dollars so the two of them went after each other like wild cats I mean just tearing each other apart and it is something that they could have been mortally damaged each other politically speaking it when they go against Susie Lee I don't know what the outcome is going to be I'm just trying to give you a little bit of an idea of what did go on in the fourth district you had to Jim Marge Schott it leading in that field he had Ole let's see thirty three of and a half percent of the votes and he was ahead of the next person which is St Peter's small businessman and US Air Force veteran who had twenty six and a half percent of the vote and in third place was the forms to U. S. Nevada and Lisa song she was in third with about thirteen percent of the vote so it this point if things hold as they are it'll be on Dan rata Meyer verses Susie Lee in the third and Jamar chante verses Horsford in the in the fourth in horse for his got his own issues going on with the issue about having an affair with someone during a couple times during his during his marriage lover of Republicans as an acceptable for Democrats it's a badge of honor let's just be honest I mean you know you can even deny it and then come out looking great the good bill Clinton now things worked out for him well in the fourth district dina Titus held a large lead of course it's a big huge Democrat district the first that's the first district and that the entire certainly gets the democratic nomination looks like she'll be running against choice Bentley's she beat Betley in the year twenty eighteen general election and the Bentley is now leading the leading Republican in the fourth with some twenty seven fifty two the first district in the fourth it's the first district that's all almost all Democrats choice Bentley has about thirty eight percent of the vote roughly among Republicans but she'll be going inside us we'll see what will happen I'm not too optimistic about that one anyway there you go Rodham R. and Marchand touching third in the fourth when agents Susie Lee and Steven Horsford respectfully spectrum all right a lot more going on this morning a George Grover Norquist joining us in just a little bit so don't go too far we do have the rush morning minute coming up next hello to.

"susie lee" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"susie lee" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Span offered to show video statements by any other members who submitted them we've received thirty three videos all by Democrats so far over the next fifteen minutes you'll hear from Oklahoma congresswoman Kendra horn Washington's Derek Kilmer Emanuel cleaver of Missouri Joe Morelle from New York no that is Susie Lee and Raul Ruiz from California hi this is congresswoman Kendra horn from Oklahoma state district it's Friday March twenty seventh and I am excited that the house of representatives just passed the bipartisan cares act off the house floor this is the third package bipartisan package that Congress has passed in as many weeks to help our communities our first responders or health care providers or individuals businesses families with dealing with this cove in nineteen crisis I'm coming to you from here in Oklahoma City because I'm in the last day of a fourteen day quarantine after being exposed to the Kobe nineteen virus and though I'm here in Oklahoma I have been fighting to ensure that the package we passed with bipartisan and it got relief to the places that it was most needed and includes critical oversight to ensure that we're getting the money the relief this support where it needs to be as quickly and efficiently as possible though this bill is not perfect it is a bipartisan effort that does just that it.

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"susie lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:49 min | 10 months ago

"susie lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A strong like totally different story right you know it's some it's unreal but done this article in the New York Post was amazing because we get about a hundred by his daughter Ashley it's been a doctor Klein cream done for it they have a start up they have a thing called start about this investment comes consultancy based in New York City started out it started regarding on a because of the affordable Care Act what is the debate is one brother Frank Biden got a lot of he picked up about five about fifty million dollars from an organization called OPI CEO pay for some real estate deals and Donna Costa Rica now when you look at this you look at the way these family members then is Valerie Biden Owens look at his family how much money they've all made off of Joe yeah you constantly hear about trapping his children it's it's really amazing the kettle black bad bad bad bad complete look actually if you get into all the pages one of fifteen years you do your your like if if you are a very honest person which is black it's very rare these politics holidays if you're decent I mean like if they if they are not too many of them out there let me tell you that but one thing is for sure you're doing favors to your relatives and family is then then all like it don't feel bad about it goes like now I have the power I can put a sign these things to my relatives the lead but I'll I'll let I just do them a favor so I think that the environment has been in politics for four years yeah by the and all like if it's not if it's not surprising yeah it is someone things like you know there is a sale my major to to to be attracted attracted to power and money but it's it takes a lot of this is going to stay away from those things and you know concentrate on things that good for the country or for death people or whatever your or you're defending understaffed so that that's the story but we will we will soon see what happens here but that you know what will be November before you know it and and the next thing you know will be electing a new Congress and the White House in a few senators and we'll see if this these how this altercation work I appreciate your call and look for talking again able yes it was great talking to you my pleasure the name is packaged salad this this Steve Sanchez show the phone number seven oh two two five seven five three nine six you know there are four topics in Iowa that could concern islands foreign policy about fourteen percent I think that's very important forty one percent health care twenty one percent climbing change in net income inequality about seventy percent well we're gonna talk about that next hour beginning next the American dream being alive and well and hopefully we'll have more caucus information but the question of how I post you listeners do you believe that the impeachment hearings have been more impacting against Joe Biden than it has been the president I'm starting to believe it is I don't think the people looking at these impeachment hearings with the same zest that people thought they were going to I think the Democrats are gonna end up paying the price down deep especially when it comes to the Congress I think they're gonna lose the Congress back to the Republicans but the Republicans will hold the the majority in the Senate and the fame if trump gets reelected we will have what I would call a try factor in those three positions together can get things done and you know the key here a lot of Americans that I talk to are sick and tired of partisan politics they want to see these elected officials do their job here in Nevada we have two congressional seats up for grabs wish for but the two that are up for grabs will be seeing three and four hi this is mark I'm a look pike take their she wins but could we have a change in Nevada could could we win in three could we win for now we have a lot of candidates in for maybe more than we should be that as it may if we can put together strong enough candidate for it is very vulnerable soul could Susie Lee especially when you consider the health care problems we had a plan in the vada we had good quality health plan it was better than was being offered for realtors been association there are two Congress woman and her two state senators to Bosch are two Horsford anti this as well as sincerely along with the two senators wacky Jacky.

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"susie lee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"susie lee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Impeachment The Washington Post says house Democrats brace for some defections among moderates on impeachment of the president there there's going to be anywhere from six to more even to come here we're hearing reports of twelve if an impact happens you got to put it into a context here here's a contact someone to put it into his what Jerry Nadler said about eleven months out from an election for president I'd states less than eleven months now take a listen we cannot rely on election to solve our problems with the president threatens the very integrity of that election so I'm trying to think what is he talking about the Russian collusion narrative of that whole election appearance thing proved to be zero zero nothing nothing I I think that they keep getting confused with all of this and that's not even part of the people I mean no it's not I mean if they really thought that this that that was the problem here that they for the pizza was that that the national security of our election process the integrity of our election we were in in the articles in peace for they call the present a threat to our national security I mean that that is just so absurd that's under the the abuse of power section the generic abuse of power which is the Wall Street journal says you could stuff anything you wanted to add to that kind of phrase of yeah but to now say that the very integrity of that election except for that's what the molar investigation was about and I'm sorry but just because you run for president as Joe Biden is doing now because you're or a former high level official I who so was involve us of this corrupt activity this pass you're not you're not immune from instigation you're not immune from the U. S. which has the treaty with Ukraine say to look into it I mean I'm sorry you put it like that folks but it's just the truth you're not above the law because you're running for president you think you think the president's not above the law Joe Biden is not above the law he's not about the watch because he declares I'm running for president states either as a son so here's representative Susie lead sent first to fail from the GOP leaning Nevada districts as I'm still thinking it over this is a very great decision I'm hearing all sides of it it's mixed it's very mixed Terry well I think she's what she does well to think it over and actually to vote on the basis of the facts and there are no facts in support of this whole impeachment effort and I think she should also do well to listen to Jerry Nadler's former statements suggesting that you shouldn't impeach the president unless there's a bipartisan complete consensus and the evidence is overwhelming as opposed to listening to the news now Jerry Nadler the new Jerry Nadler is often confuse buddies rarely in doubt but his statement that the president is a threat to all of our elections makes no sense are there is no evidence that the president is a threat to our election well I think he Nadler is confused I think you could argue based on past history and the I. G.'s report that the F. B. R. in collusion with the DNC perhaps they were a threat to our elections but not president trump you know it's interesting to me then there was I can't remember which congressman said yesterday but one of the congressmen last night said it's not up to our constituents to vote on impeachment it's up to us I don't know we have I'm sure we know that but it was lost we like probably ten o'clock at night but I thought that was a rather ironic statement considering their elected by their constituents to represent their constituents that their own personal agenda well under gonna have to face them again eleven months I mean look you reference is the lien moment ago she's one of the thirty one J. that's gonna have to go to a district that put Donald Trump in the White House supported Donald Trump and then explain her vote on impeachment Jordan mentioned that language about national security here's the other ironic thing people like Susie Lee they're gonna have to go to the floor and vote on impeachment and in the same week.

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"susie lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"susie lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"No description is available of the vehicle that hit the man the White House has released a memo summarizing president trump's controversial phone call with Ukraine's leader in July the White House has released a memo summarizing president trump's controversial phone call with Ukraine's leader in July the summary shows the president repeatedly prodded his Ukrainian counterpart to work with personal lawyer Rudy guiliani and Attorney General William Barr to investigate political rival Joe Biden the president was talking about unsubstantiated allegations that blighted tried to interfere with the Ukrainian prosecutors probe of son hunter saying quote it sounds horrible to me the president's been insisting for days he did nothing wrong on the call it was a perfect all the intelligence community's watchdog believe the call could be a campaign finance violations the president's seeking political help the justice department says it found no violation soccer make Donnie Washington Nevada's lone Republican in Washington says he doesn't support the start of an impeachment inquiry against president trump is criticizing his democratic counterparts for calling for such a move because of the president's actions toward Ukraine hours after Democrats Susie Lee and Stephen Horsford said they'd support starting impeachment U. S. representative mark am today said the Democrats were making the president's actions and issue before Congress was able to investigate all price growth has slowed nationally and in Las Vegas but southern Nevada still outpaces most big cities when it comes to price growth home prices in the Las Vegas area increased four point seven percent year over year in July compared with a three point two percent national growth that gives Las Vegas the second fastest price growth Phoenix was number one according to the S. and P. CoreLogic case Shiller index California is wrapping up an effort to combat invasive a swamp road they are called nutria may have webbed feet white whiskers shaggy fur and orange Buck teeth John McCain with California fish and wildlife as they thought they got rid of them in the nineteen seventies this year were returning and we found that there are still a few Nutri here and they multiply McCain's colleague Greg Kurstin says nutrients eight the equivalent of about a fourth of their weight each day once they become very widespread and and an extremely high numbers they will create major damage on to levy stand and vegetation how do they get rid of nutrients most of our trapping efforts as with live traps and we're using base one farmer in central California describe new tree is as ugly looking things find it.

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Washington plunges into Trump impeachment probe

Laura Ingraham

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Washington plunges into Trump impeachment probe

"Nevada's lone Republican in Washington says he doesn't support the start of an impeachment inquiry against president trump is criticizing his democratic counterparts for calling for such a move because of the president's actions toward Ukraine hours after Democrats Susie Lee and Stephen Horsford said they'd support starting impeachment U. S. representative mark am today said the Democrats were making the president's actions and issue before Congress was able to

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"susie lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"susie lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The new one oh one five FM seven twenty AM KGW way good morning I'm John Schaefer one person is dead following a crash involving a car and a motorcycle Tuesday night in the ever goes a valley that crash happened on the ninety five north of state route one sixty shortly after nine thirty last night state police had to shut down the roadway for a while during the investigation the partisan lines have been drawn with house speaker Nancy Pelosi's announcement of a formal impeachment inquiry hello see says the president needs to be held accountable for betraying the country no one is above the law top house Republican Kevin McCarthy says Democrats keep trying to re vote twenty sixteen this election is over and that hello see does not speak for the full house but Democrats do have the majority and closely shifted course under pressure from freshman and veterans alike to speed up investigations of the president if the house approves articles of impeachment the Senate would hold just the third ever trial on removing a president from office in the past two centuries that acquitted Andrew Johnson a hand to Bill Clinton Sager back on the Washington Nevada's lone Republican in Washington says he doesn't support the start of that impeachment inquiry against president trump he's criticizing his democratic counterparts for calling for such a move because of the president's actions toward Ukraine hours after Democrats and Susie Lee and Stephen Horsford said they'd support starting impeachment US representative mark am today said the Democrats were making the president's actions an issue before Congress was able to investigate price growth has slowed nationally and in Las Vegas but southern Nevada still outpaces most big cities when it comes to price growth home prices in the Las Vegas area increased four point seven percent year over.

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"susie lee" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"susie lee" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Seven million date two thirty on live Warner California state bar exam is typically one of the toughest in the nation but that might change it might be a little easier this time around that's because a few of the questions for the bar exam on July thirtieth were accidentally sent to some law school deans while there's no evidence those deans distributed the questions to law school students it's possible that might have happened so to be fair the state bar of California email the leaks questions to everyone who plans to take the test Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news mayor Carcetti has confirmed a large data breach which has impacted twenty thousand people his office says the breach was discovered last Thursday it involves information about twenty five hundred LAPD officers it also involves data on over seventeen thousand police officer applicants the mayor's office says it is adding more cyber security and a fund raiser is on the books for a mother of four killed in last week's deadly crime spree investigators say a man started his rampage by shooting and killing his father and brother Thursday and then murdered his ex girlfriend Susie Lee be at a gas station nearby the man then killed someone on a bus before getting arrested levy leaves behind for kids at a fundraiser will be held at the Q. as cantina and grill this Wednesday in Burbank and a portion of the proceeds will go to our children a go fund me account has also been set up for Levi's children and has raised around fifteen thousand Bucks chasing catatonia K. A. B. C. near the epilepsy foundation announced today the creation of a chapter in Orange County to serve of the more than thirty thousand people in the region who are affected by the serious brain disorder the epilepsy epilepsy foundation Orange County executive director is Shannon Abdul Wahhab a mother.

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"susie lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"susie lee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I can't hear you you have a caller thank you we have a caller is it will Rogers Gary welcome Gary deal back to sell show thanks thanks for calling go ahead he walked through an organized political party because he was a Democrat say that again we'll road your breaking up Gary hold the phone closer Bob will Rogers says he doesn't belong to an organized political party the Democrats right you're familiar with some of his quotes are yes good morning and good to hear your voice the that's about it there we call it the not again you're breaking up Gary to talk into the phone sorry I did not go to our coaches next time when I get the battery charge all right well you keep going on what your program is on and I wish all the luck in the world thanks for calling thank you bye bye Gary is a good guy sometimes he just has a bad cell phone I think are getting on to back to us this other local items last week two weeks ago I guess maybe Dan Schwartz R. is offering to get into the race our former Republican state treasurer self made man worth many millions of dollars a lot of work overseas in China I think he made some of his money there I don't know how too much about his business background but he's a conservative fiscal conservative and he's going to jump into the race against democratic congresswoman Susie Lee and I think he could be self funded and I think he has a real good chance Mrs Weasley are congresswoman will not have a town hall other than in her office with her supporters she will not go out into the general public in in in the CD three I've gone to office on two occasions and asked her staff members when she will be having town halls on one occasion she states that she had one last night I said where she said here in the office I saw her where was it publicized on the news in the newspaper we sent out emails I said who do you.

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