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Reeves -no interest in 1/6 hearings

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 d ago

Reeves -no interest in 1/6 hearings

"It's a week off for the January 6th hearings In a taped interview with ABC correspondent Jonathan Karl representative Liz Cheney who is vice chair of the January 6th committee says the hearings will continue to show why a former president Donald Trump should not run again A man is dangerous as Donald Trump can absolutely never be anywhere near the Oval Office ever again That interview aired on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos Meanwhile on Fox News Sunday another Republican governor Tate Reeves of Mississippi says most Americans are not watching the hearings They're not worried about this trial that's being had by only one side in Washington D.C. They're focused on the issues that matter to them and their pocketbooks Reese would not commit to supporting Trump if he ran again for president I'm Shelley Adler

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How Much Power Are You Willing to Give the Government?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | 10 months ago

How Much Power Are You Willing to Give the Government?

"The governor of mississippi was on. Cnn over the weekend tate. Reeves was talking to jake tapper and made very important and profound point. If this president has the ability to mandate vaccines what powers do. We not grant this president. What does he not have the ability to and for my friends on the left. I just want to point something out of this. Should scare you as well. This is scared. Democrats just as much scares republicans because the fact is if we give unilateral authority by one individual to do anything that he wants to do whether it's a jab in the arm or anything else in this country is indeed the trouble and that's not something that i'm willing to stand by and allow him to do is he. Right is he. Or isn't he right to say biden gets the right to mandate vaccines and he's already doing it to some degree to huge degree. How far does how far does this go. How much power or are you willing to give the

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Some US Governors Slam Biden's Vaccine Order

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Some US Governors Slam Biden's Vaccine Order

"Some of the nation's governors are taking issue with president Biden's plan to force large companies to either mandate vaccines or require weekly testing Montana Republican governor Greg Jian fortes calling a new vaccination mandate unlawful and un American he's made it illegal in his state for private employers to require that workers get vaccinated Mississippi Republican governor Tate Reeves calling the plan unconstitutional and terrifying suggesting that president Biden was a tyrant the president in his speech on his new Kobe plan criticized elected officials who are working to undermine the fight against covert nineteen instead of encouraging people to get vaccinated a mascot for ordering mobile morgues for the unvaccinated dying from covert in their communities Jackie Quinn Washington

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Mississippi Sending Support, Manpower to Louisiana in Ida's Aftermath

Dave Ramsey

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Mississippi Sending Support, Manpower to Louisiana in Ida's Aftermath

"Governor Tate Reeves, telling him to send what they were giving his state post Hurricane Ida. To Louisiana made the determination. Um, earlier this morning that we could release those federal assets today because so kindly stationed here because at that point, it was very clear and very evident that we could take care of ourselves. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says the state's water systems have taken a hit 18 water system outages impacting more than 312,000 people. And 14. More water advisories impacting more than 329,000 State, also dealing with widespread power outages.

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Rinse and Repeat: Louisiana Residents Brace for Another Major Hurricane

NPR News Now

01:01 min | 11 months ago

Rinse and Repeat: Louisiana Residents Brace for Another Major Hurricane

"In the gulf region are bracing for hurricane ida which is projected to make landfall as a category four storm tomorrow afternoon on the southeastern louisiana coast. It's now a category two storm with maximum sustained winds of one hundred five miles per hour. Shalini chat lonnie from the gulf state. Newsroom reports in louisiana governor. John bel edwards says. It's time to take the storm very seriously for just the second time in the history of the hurricane. Risk reduction system in new orleans. We will fully activate that system tomorrow morning. Edwards is mobilized the entire louisiana national guard and requested resources from fema and other emergency responders and other states in neighboring mississippi governor tate reeves is also getting prepared. We know also that there is going to be the potential of search and rescue missions. We have federal teams as well as our local teams in our state. Teams that are positioned. Alabama's governor has issued a state of

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COVID-stricken Oregon deploys National Guard to hospitals

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 11 months ago

COVID-stricken Oregon deploys National Guard to hospitals

"A number of states hard hit by coded nineteen are seeking additional help for beleaguered hospital workers but they have different approaches for reducing the spread of the delta variant in Oregon where healthcare workers are being pushed to the brink by spiraling coded cases fueled by the delta variant governor Kate brown a Democrat is calling in hundreds of National Guard troops I cannot emphasize enough the seriousness of this crisis for all Oregonians especially those who might need emergency or intensive care brown has urged vaccinations and implemented an indoor mask mandate Mississippi Republican governor Tate Reeves who recently said mask wearing has nothing to do with rational science is seeking hundreds of out of state medical workers to deal with the state's spike in cases he says he won't require anyone to get vaccinated the reality is there are risks associated with taking the vaccine there are risks associated with not taking the vaccine I'm Jackie Quinn

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Mississippi Latest State to End Pay Boost for Unemployment

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Mississippi Latest State to End Pay Boost for Unemployment

"Now. Mississippi faces the end of a federal boost for unemployment benefits. Republican Governor Tate Reeves announcing May 10th of state will opt out of the supplements on June 12th. The extra $300 a week is for people losing jobs during the covert pandemic. And ERM, a cook with the Mississippi Department of Employment. Security says businesses can't recover fully because they can't find

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GOP governor: Infrastructure proposal looks more like the Green New Deal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

GOP governor: Infrastructure proposal looks more like the Green New Deal

"Biden will push through his $2 trillion infrastructure plan without Republican support. If you can't get a bipartisan deal, that's the message from energy Secretary Jennifer Grand Home the need to make sure That we have an electrified transportation system to reduce climate change is highly supported and very necessary. Republicans say they oppose several aspects of the plan, including a corporate tax rate hike to pay for it. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves $155 billion to subsidize electric vehicles. That is a political statement. It's not a a statement on trying to improve our infrastructure in America. And so it looks more like the green new deal than it looks like An infrastructure plan. Both spoke on CNN.

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GOP governors ignore Biden's latest plea on mask mandates

CNN 5 Things

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

GOP governors ignore Biden's latest plea on mask mandates

"Some states are dropping their mask mandates despite a direct plea from president biden to renew the orders. Mississippi governor tate reeves tweeted quote. No thank you. Mr president in response to mr biden's request citing declining case numbers in his state. Arkansas governor asa hutchinson is leading. The state's mask mandate expired today. Although masks will still be required in some venues

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Record number of state bills in 2021 impact transgender rights, advocacy group says

WBZ Afternoon News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Record number of state bills in 2021 impact transgender rights, advocacy group says

"Transgender legislation. That's according to human rights campaign. Details on this from a B C's Mark Rundle are human rights campaign, which tracks anti LGBT Q Legislation says with the addition of three new bills this week, 2021 has seen 82 anti transgender bills introduced into state legislatures across the country, beating last year's 79 bills. This comes a day after Mississippi's Republican governor Tate Reeves signed a bill banning transgender athletes from competing on girls or women sports teams. It's the first state to enact such a ban after a federal court blocked a similar law in Idaho last year. Marco Malard ABC

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Record number of state bills target transgender rights, advocacy group says

WBZ Afternoon News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Record number of state bills target transgender rights, advocacy group says

"LGBT Q Legislation, says with the addition of three new bills this week, 2021 has seen 82 anti transgender bills introduced into state legislatures across the country. Beating last year's 79 bills. This comes a day after Mississippi's Republican governor Tate Reeves, signed a bill banning transgender athletes from competing on girls or women's sports teams. It's the first state to enact such a ban after a federal court blocked a similar law in Idaho last year. Marco Malard abc News or three. Oh, wait. We had off the Wall Street on this Friday on our to go less than that, actually tell the closing bell. Andrew. Oh Dae is at Bloomberg, and looks

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Mississippi governor signs bill targeting transgender athletes

Doug Stephan

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Mississippi governor signs bill targeting transgender athletes

"The pace of new bills targeting transgender people across the country is stepping up Human rights campaign, which tracks anti LGBT Q legislation, says with the addition of three new bills this week, 2021 has seen 82 anti transgender bills introduced into state legislatures across the country, beating last year's 79 bills. This comes a day after Mississippi's Republican governor Tate Reeves, signed a bill banning transgender athletes from competing on girls or women sports teams. It's the first state to enact such a ban after a federal court blocked a similar law in Idaho last

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South Dakota gov. to sign ban on transgender girls from female sports

Democracy Now! Audio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

South Dakota gov. to sign ban on transgender girls from female sports

"South dakota's republican governor christie. Gnomes said monday. She's excited to sign a bill. Barring transgender women and girls from competing in high school and college sports mississippi republican governor tate reeves has promised to sign similar legislation in mississippi south. Dakota's aco you chapter responded quote the danger this legislation creates is real. The potential harm to south dakota is significant and the stakes for transgender students. Are high kids are

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Mississippi governor says he'll sign bill banning transgender athletes from women's sports

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Mississippi governor says he'll sign bill banning transgender athletes from women's sports

"Crackdown. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves says he will sign a bill to ban transgender athletes from competing on girls or women sports teams in the state schools and universities. Supporters arguing that trying to do the girls because they're born male or naturally stronger, faster and bigger than

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Mississippi passes bill banning transgender student-athletes from female sports teams

The Erick Erickson Show

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Mississippi passes bill banning transgender student-athletes from female sports teams

"Mississippi legislators have passed bill that would ban transgender athletes from competing on female sports teams in schools universities. What over two dozen similar measures proposed by state lawmakers nationwide this year. The state house voted eighty one to twenty one wednesday to pass the so-called mississippi fairness act. It passed the state senate last month. Thirty four to nine the bill heads to governor tate reeves for approval.

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Biden criticizes states for lifting mask mandates

Charlie Parker

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Biden criticizes states for lifting mask mandates

"States are pushing back against President Biden, accusing them of Neanderthal thinking following their decision to reverse covert 19 safety policies, including Mask mandates from Day one after President Biden sign that 100 Day nationwide made made Data Data on on federal federal property. property. He has been been pushing people to wear wear mass. So now now as more states states ease ease their requirements, requirements, he's slamming their their decision with the the knuckle knuckle dragger dragger insult down south in Mississippi, where there is no mask mandate, Governor Tate Reeves shot back, saying he's offended. Currently, 15 states do not have a mask mandate. Alabama's requirement expires tomorrow. Texas will lift there's on March 10th. Nationwide, many major commercial chains like targets. CVS, Walgreens and Kroger will still require mass Wearing citing CDC guidelines is the White House continues to press states to follow the recommendations of the announcement by the Republican governors to end state mandates come shortly after the CDC director warned that with the new covert variants on the rise, there's the potential of the fourth surgeon cases if the public is not careful. Meantime, several

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Biden rips governors lifting mask mandates

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Biden rips governors lifting mask mandates

"As more states ease virus related restrictions the Biden administrations urging them to reconsider CDC director Richelle Wilensky says it looks like a virus fatigue is winning the exact measures we have taken to stop the pandemic are now too often being flagrantly ignored like mask wearing Texas and Mississippi have ended their mask mandates the last thing we need is the answer for thank you the president saying it's critical the nation keep following science to beat the pandemic I know you all know that I wish the heck some of our elected officials to Mississippi governor Tate Reeves tweeted in response that his residents don't need handlers Sager mag army Washington

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Biden criticizes Texas and Mississippi for lifting mask mandates

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Biden criticizes Texas and Mississippi for lifting mask mandates

"Act. President Biden reacts to governors who are lifting mask mandates. CBS is Stephen Portnoy, with details think is a big mistake. The president says masks work, and he charged the governors of Texas and Mississippi with threatening to set the country back. The last thing we need is the Neanderthal thinking that In the meantime, explain. Take off your mask. Get it, It's still matters. Mississippi's Republican governor Tate Reeves responded in a tweet saying, I guess I just think we should trust Americans, not insult them. The White House has argued. Mask wearing could prevent

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"tate reeves" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To help. Prevent the spread and to help prevent stayed home orders like those in Colorado and California, both calling out individuals who believe they're only duty is to protect themselves. It's really about the individual choices that people make. And yeah, there are Colorados that are not wearing Massa's well and they're still having gatherings. Ultimately, they're the ones that are putting themselves and their family. Greater risk. But despite that My hope and my prayer is still that they are among the lucky ones. You know, there's one of the point if you allow me governor to make with regard to what you said that I think it's important for people to understand. When you do when you don't do mitigations that you know, can prevent infection. Of yourself and those around you. It goes beyond Yourself because one could make an argument on young. I'm healthy if I get infected, the likelihood that I'm going to get a serious outcome doesn't matter. You can't think upon yourself as being in a vacuum because by getting infected your propagating the outbreak, you are part of the problem instead of being part of the solution and by propagating the outbreak. You're allowing it to continue because you're being a vehicle for the virus to hop around from person to person. Colorado has been here with a substantial spike in covert 19 cases with one in 41 residents believed to be contagious. Meanwhile, in Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves, who doesn't believe in a.

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"tate reeves" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Energy energy shares moving up despite effect that crude oil is falling right now in New York trade W T I is down more than 2% to 40 20 per barrel the S and P with a gain of 1.2%. And in the NASDAQ market Right now, the composite Index is better by 6/10 of 1% 10 Year Treasury right now, with the yield of 88 basis points in the New York session. I'm Doug Prisoner. That's your Bloomberg business Flash. All right, that prisoner Thank you so much Want to get back to our guest Doctor Eolas bait are still with US clinical associate professor of medicine at N. Y U Langone Medical Center. And still with us on the phone in New York City, so I don't know. You know, it does feel like and that it's going to be a pretty dark winter. And despite what we've all seen before, and what we've learned before, it's getting more challenging. I think for individuals In terms of pandemic fatigue. People just kind of tired of either working from home and just their lives kind of being shut down on game having just a hard time dealing with it. What are you seeing from patients? Surely agree. I think there's pandemics fatigue, and I think your point about collaboration early on, uh, made a lot of sense whether it's on the vaccine front. Or whether it's on lockdown. A global lockdown front. There's a lot of talk about Lockdowns again, and it's unclear to me how beneficial this will be risk benefit a gun like and others talked back in February and early March about a national lockdown on I think a national or global like down at that time might have made sense. Now. It's um I think the balance maybe more trauma with our emotional or even financial transmitted people and it of unclear benefit. There's such community spread. And we've now learned that a lot of certainly young people harbored the virus would no symptoms, and it's unclear how cooperative people would even be with that. So I think that the concept or talk about Lockdown is questionable. We don't really have good data. How effective that's going to be at this point. We don't have a lot of old studies Tol look at and I think we have to again emphasize individual responsibility. Wash your hands where the masks to all the things that we talked about on a weekly basis. To take individual responsibility and certainly if you're in a high risk group to do that. But I agree with you the way this certainly increasing. Not everyone is like lucky had collect e. You know, you can't. You can't push it. I think people need to really Protect themselves, asbestos congee and others. Kids coming back from college now in the You know, for Thanksgiving or or for the holiday breaks should really be checked at college before they come back to either parent's or grandparent's. You know, we have to be smart about it. And I think that may work better than sort of widespread lockdowns, which may may not even be that effective anyway. But I agree with you cooperation early on, and I think if there's one lesson we should have learned Is that we need better international. Cooperation because there will be another pandemic or there will be some other global crisis and we do need to work together better. Well, you know, being competitive or or pursuing our own individual, You know, national goals We do need in some circumstances to really cooperate. And I think we missed that opportunity. Yeah, you do wonder what we could have done, right and really looking forward. I do wonder. The conversations you might be having with some of your colleagues in the medical community. But just think about, though, even though we're still dealing with the band, Emmick that how we have reduced the time span of developing a vaccine right from a decade to a year. Just think about what you could do with this kind of concentration and cooperation and coordination. In terms of other health problems that have really plagued our society. 100% correct If we can do this in under a year, which is record breaking by working together and focusing whether you're talking climate or energy or many other things that are problems that need to be addressed. I think it shows that we it shows our potential, you know, not perfected. The vaccines were not perfect. We've made great progress. You know, we're still clarifying safety and efficacy. But I think you're exactly right. I think there are many lessons to be learned, and unfortunately, we still need to try and protect our healthcare workers. They're fatigued. They're overwhelmed. Um, it's a challenge. You know, we're certainly not out of the woods until the next few months when the vaccines become more available. It's gonna be a rough few months. Exactly as you say, That's what I wanted to ask. And I didn't really want to end on a down note. But I do wonder, and I do. I am concerned about our health care community. You're there seeing it. Do you see the numbers? The trends just going in a troubling way. You know, we're just only seeing more covert cases. I think in the northeaster where we are, because it was such a bad march and April. We know that there's a 10 or 20% antibody positivity. So it does seem that this point that the biggest problems were really in the upper Midwest. No state is really free of problems, and we do have to be on guard. I think we are when kids come back from schools and so forth. We're going to see that second and possibly even third waves. But we do have to really be as prudent as congee for the next few months until I do think we will have vaccines that become more widely available, and I think people should really be open. Read about them and be open to taking them because unless we get a lot of people on board Um, ALS, that energy and effort will be for not right. And that's what I'm hearing that If you really understand the science of how these vaccines work, those that might be kind of on the fence about whether or not to take it, You'll understand it and it'll make more sense and probably feel More secure about it in general, and thank you so much. Stay safe. Have a good weekend doctor in Los Bater, clinical associate professor of medicine at N. Y U Lango Medical Center, joining us on the phone in New York City and this again on a day. Where New York's daily covered 19 cases exceeded 5000. That's the highest for the state since April. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio warning parents to get ready for city schools to halt in person classes As soon as Monday..

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"tate reeves" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Charlie harder with what he had to say. Brian Harris opening day of budget season for the Seattle City Council, and Police are already a key point on the way after ABC News from ABC News and area Although President Trump at a rally in Duluth, Minnesota, declaring victory in last night's debate last night, I did what the corrupt media has refused to Dio Hell, Joe Biden accountable for his 47 years of live 47 years of trails on 47 years of failure, mining I'm taking the president to task for his rhetoric on covert 19. It'll be God by Easter. It will go away in a ward weather. He told us Just go away like America. And that may be We injected bleach in our arms. We may be OK Democrat on a whistle stop tour through Ohio and Western Pennsylvania. The commission on Presidential Debates is taking steps to make sure that the remaining debates aren't marked by repeated interruptions like last night's Wass. Considering more structured formats to enforce the rules that are already in place. The federal money that was given to the airline industry grounded by covert 19 is expiring, and now thousands of employees will find themselves at a job was not only a threat, American Airlines is telling its employees and a letter obtained by ABC News of Congress failed act and despite pleas to lawmakers, and to the White House, there is no deal to keep tens of thousands of airline workers employed. 2 19,000 American Airlines workers are being told they are being laid off or furloughed. Other airlines were expected to follow on Thursday. Alex Stone, ABC Nair's among the other carriers, united Furloughing 13,000 employees effective midnight. So how will you celebrate Thanksgiving in a pandemic? I can tell the country What they should be doing for Thanksgiving. It depends upon where you are. If you're in the middle of a red hot area, you really need to be careful. Dr Anthony found she recommends avoiding large gatherings, no matter where you are and wearing a mask. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves, allowing a mask mandate to expire. You're listening to ABC News. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a.

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"tate reeves" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"General has had enough. Of the governor, making it up as he goes along. 93 W II Be CIA Rob Kendall, Rob Kendall show brought to you by garage doors of Indianapolis happy Sunday. Thanks for spending it with us. And, yes, Curtis Hill. To paraphrase a line from movie Animal House that's decided someone has to put their foot down. And that foot is me. Yes, course. Curtis Hil. Ah, Long time political adversary of the governor of the state of Indiana, and probably at this point, in large part, blames Eric Holcomb for his defeat at the Republican convention this year or for the nomination run for re election. Man. It may be to the benefit of every single citizen because in recent weeks he has come out and very publicly denounced the governor first coming out, saying that the governor does not have the authority to issue criminal penalties. Executive order relates to related to his mask mandate and, of course, the governor very quickly, then pulled that from the ask mandate, and now he has told the governor Stop doing everything by executive order. Hey. In a letter written to the governor on Friday, he said that the Republican form of government does not quote governed by executive decree and went on to say, quote we governed by a legislation, enforcement and adjudication. Carried out by separately elected and appointed officials. The Indiana Constitution so divides government functions to prevent concentration of power and facilitate public debate. Amen. Spot on Look, I've heard it from many people over the past six months into growth, Fiver style most the past 5.5 6 months saying or Robbie, you're being very mean to the governor. Focus on the policy and not the person I have to know you can't He can't because the policy is the person we've begged. We being conservatives we who the people who believe in the rule of law. We the people believe in the Indiana Constitution, who actually read these documents and believe in a that laws matter have begged the governor to separate himself from the policy. We've said from day one. Call a special session. Get the legislative input. The people who represent the people let them have their voice. Separate yourself from the policy, Mr Governor. And then, if they come down with with issues are with laws or decrees or whatever that we don't like. Then at least everybody had a voice. At least the process played itself out. Eric Holcomb. Governor of the state of Indiana. For a reason or reasons I don't yet understand. Has wanted it all to be on his shoulders. So when someone wants it all to be on their shoulders when they don't want to give anyone else the credit or in this case, the blame Then you get all the blame. So the one million people who have been put out of work due to Corona virus mandate's not Corona virus, but Corona virus mandates by the state of Indiana. By the way, That's where we're at now. Basically, one million people have have lost their jobs. That's all. Eric Holcomb. That's all on Eric Holcomb. One million people losing their jobs, all on the governor of the state of Indiana because he wanted to wear the power pants. He made it very clear He didn't want any help. So it's all on you, buddy, the countless businesses who have but been put out of business never to reopen. All one. Eric Holcomb. We beg you to get input from other people. You didn't want it and rightfully the attorney general and look of sure, there is a political element to this. We would all be naive to think that theater knee general on his way out doesn't have a score to to settle. Who cares? He's white. He's absolutely right. I want Teo. Read another part of this letter that he sent to herd to Eric Holcomb. Curtis Hill, the attorney general, because this is the part that really nails it and if the goal by Eric Holcomb was to get compliance him taking it all every single bit of it on his own shoulders. It is really summed up in this candidly rights Curtis Hill, while Hoosiers first mostly obeyed the governor's emergency orders, as those orders have endured, overreach, mutated or proven. Impracticable. Many citizens have begun to lose respect for them. A men absolutely right. And if the goal was to get compliance if the goal was to get people to do things a certain way to make us all safer and slow the spread of Corona virus The governor being Johnny Tough guy, the governor wanting all the responsibility all the power pants and not input from anyone. Has made it less effective. So he has failed as Eric Holcomb has done throughout so much of his time as governor. A complete and total failure. Now. The latest overreach by Eric Holcomb relates to school funding. And this is something I told you was gonna happen months ago, No least favorite part of show tale writer was. But are you aware of this that in the school funding formula that virtual schools, students who attend virtual schools are funded differently than those who attend in person. Yeah. The school funding formula as voted on by the Legislature. Known as law both people, those students who attend virtual school Are funded at 15% less than people who attend in person. And if you think about it that makes complete and total sense because to educate someone in person, they're going to get a better education. But that costs more to do. There's a brick and mortar cost. There's an in person costs, etcetera, etcetera. Most of us would go well done well. As we start the 2020 school year, many school corporations across the Hoosier State of said We're not going back in person, much of it because teachers have been completely ridiculous and over the top about having to go back and do their jobs to which they are paid. You know, the whole thing we talked about already, my will hopefully has a grown ass adults already had a will written. I'm preparing my death, but Oh, stop! But School corporations gave it in many cases and said, We'll do virtual learning, even though we know that's not best for the student. So Rodrick Bray pro TEM of the Senate, the big boss, in other words, with Senate came out, said, OK, that's fine. Any school that goes back virtual your right to do that You're getting 15% less per student because Well, that's the law. That's the way the laws written, and that makes sense and that was just fine with me. Then Eric Holcomb came back and sinful. It's an election year, guys. It's a It's an election year and well, there's a lot of teachers that are upset because if we follow the law, they get 15% less. We can't have that. Little problem for Cole come, though he doesn't want to call a special session to fix the issue because he knows if he calls a special session, tow fix the school funding formula. Well, then he opened a Pandora's box that he loses all his powers everywhere else. So teachers are angry. They're going to lose 15% per kid funding. Holcomb can't call a special session. What's what's a guy to do? Well, I'll tell you what. That little weasel Eric Holcomb came up with You one of a group called the State Board of Education. Ethan, you wear those folks. Yeah, they said education policy in the state of Indiana. Will it just so happens that many, many, many people in the state Board of Education? Well, they're appointed by the governor, So those people wanted to get reappointed. You know what the governor did? He went to those people, and he said, cash darn it..

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"tate reeves" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on KQED Radio

"San Francisco, North Highlands, and the time is 4 30 It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. And I'm Ari Shapiro, coming up the first artist ever to have a top 40 album in every decade since the 19 sixties. Bob Dylan isn't away a world unto himself, and he's managed to make an album that seems to reference his whole career, his new album, rough and rowdy Ways. After these headlines Life from NPR News in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone, presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden today laced into President Trump for bungling national leadership at a time when the nation and the world are battling the deadly and still undefeated Corona virus. Can't continue half mast. And half rejecting science. We can't continue half with a plan and half just hoping for the best hiding spoken Wilmington, Delaware. His remarks come is the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony thought, she reported, newly reported Covad. 19 infections are running it around 40,000 day in the U. S. Mississippi has become the last state in the union to remove the Confederate battle flag image from its state flag. Governor Tate Reeves and Mississippi Republican made the change today. Energized by the national debate over police brutality and civil rights. Mississippi's legislators last weekend overwhelmingly voted to change their flag, special pandemic environmental enforcement allowances. They're due to end at the end of August. NPR's Rebecca Hirscher reports. The policy began in March and originally had no end date. It says that factories, refineries, farms and other facilities that release pollution do not need to tell the federal government if they feel the pandemic interferes with their environmental compliance. NPR found that hundreds of facilities vast state environmental authorities for permission to postpone or skip pollution testing since the pandemic began. In a letter to Congress, the head of enforcement of the Susan Bodeen defended the agency's controversial policy, saying it has not weakened environmental protections inedible end on August 31st because states are lifting some pandemic related restrictions. Rebecca Hirscher. NPR NEWS, The Dow closed up 217 closing a 25,812. The NASDAQ Up 1 84 This is NPR Lie from Kick You Edie News. I mean, Achim today marks a change at the top for P Jeannie Bill Johnson is stepping down as CEO of the San Francisco based utility as it prepares to emerge from bankruptcy protection. Cupid's Lily Jamali reports teaching, and he announced this spring that June 30th would be Johnson's last day of the helm. He came in months after the company filed for bankruptcy due to a wildfire liabilities and saw that process through PGD is set to emerge from Chapter 11 within days. Johnson also oversaw the company's first foray into widespread power shutoff switch were aimed at reducing fire risk the utilities. Critics say.

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"tate reeves" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This time in Afghanistan and Republicans and Democrats want answers in a New York times report Russia offered to paint televangelists ins to kill US soldiers times reported the president in national security council discussed the Russian bounties in late March devised options to respond and officials are still waiting for the president to choose a response some Democrats are calling for hearings fox's rejected house speaker Nancy Pelosi told ABC's this week I don't know what the Russians have on the president politically personally financially or whatever it is what he wants to ignore the president tweeted late last night he didn't know that intelligence told him and it didn't find the report credible therefore wasn't reported to him back then he added maybe another fabricated Russia hoax Russia meanwhile calls it all lies in Afghanistan today a cattle market hit by rocket fire killing at least twenty three civilians California's order bars to close in seven counties and other states closing places of pausing re openings with a record surge in new coronavirus cases in many states including Texas where vice president pence Winston younger Americans have I have been congregating in ways that may have disregarded the guidance that we gave on the federal level changes coming to Mississippi the flag is flown there four hundred twenty six years will get a makeover fox's Evan brown is this live Dave cigna since eighteen ninety four Mississippi state flag used to Confederate icon as its canton that now both houses of the state legislature vote bipartisan late to change the flag in Mississippi Republican governor Tate Reeves says he will sign it there were demonstrators outside the state capitol in Jackson as the lawmakers voted this weekend waving the flag insisting the Confederate image stood for heritage it's the last flag in the union to feature it Mississippi voters will be able to pick a new design for the flag this November Dave America is listening to fox news we W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go the traffic back up you'll want to avoid partly cloudy seventy three degrees in downtown Indy today's high eighty nine I'm John Herrick here's what's trending at eight OO to a semi causing problems on I. sixty nine this morning Matt bear yeah John semi crash southbound is sixty nine after state road thirty eight exit to nineteen in Pendleton Madison County has all travel lanes blocked with only the left shoulder open for traffic there is a back up here and we'll talk about re rounds coming up in just a second from the W. I. B. C. traffic center W. IDC traffic a teenager shot and killed this morning at the downtown canal I am PT says they were called that area around two o'clock and I think the shooting may have happened as the result of a fight we want people to enjoy themselves however there some type of conflict we've got to collaborative we come together as a community and learn how to solve current globalization activated before without picking up a hand gun heard something hi MPD officer William young says two people were also shot along north Somerset Avenue just two blocks north of sixteenth street and west of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway a child was also seriously wounded in that one someone was also shot along thirty eighth street near high school road the other near thirty fourth and Denny and total six people were shot between Sunday night and early this morning coronavirus must be controlled now says one of the country's leading experts ninety three W. Y. B. C.'s Chris Davis reports on a change in strategy Indiana is still on track for phase five of the state's re opening planned on July fourth but health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar says they're looking at doing something different in addition to the traditional contact tracing what we're doing now is we've got a test entire communities began as a czar on meet the press Sunday find all positive cases because this is a very different virus with this space symptomatic spreading you've been hearing about the surge what many people who are testing positive have no symptoms Indiana is able to test almost anyone who needs a test Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile he lives in Indiana three more coronavirus deaths reported Sunday by the state department of health more than twenty four hundred Hoosiers have died from the virus and out of about four hundred seventy thousand Hoosiers who have been tested about nine and a half percent have tested positive peaceful protests happening in the two biggest cities in Indiana on Sunday ninety three W. Y. B. C.'s Kerr.

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"tate reeves" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Continues on this twenty ninth day of the day by tweeting approvingly of a video showing one of his supporters chanting white power he later deleted that tweet the White House the president hadn't heard the statement on the video Republican senator Tim Scott telling us C. N. N. it was indefensible what's your reaction to the president retweeting that well there's then there's no question they should not retweeted this just take it down does it offend you though I mean it offends me and I'm white well listen it if you if you watch the entire video you can't play it because it was a profanity laced the entire thing was offensive certainly the comment about the white power was offensive there's no question I mean we could play politics with our we can't I'm not going to Vegas indefensible we should take it down that that's what that's what I think the video appearing to have been taken at the villages of Florida retirement community it shows the dueling demonstrators between trump supporters and opponents president trump tweeting thank you to the great people of the villages Mississippi lawmakers have voted to cheers and applause to remove the Confederate battle emblem from their state flag the house and Senate taking historic vote Sunday retiring the flag that was adopted in eighteen ninety four the last state flag that included a Confederate symbol that many condemned as racist Republican governor Tate Reeves said he'll sign it the change coming amid widespread protests over racial injustice Mississippi as a thirty eight percent black population the commission would design a new flag that cannot include the Confederate symbol but must have the words in god we trust voters will be asked to approve the new design November third vice president Mike pence won't say black lives matter and the vice president telling CBS he won't say black lives matter because of the politics one thing protesters would like to hear these leaders say black lives matter you won't say that why.

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"tate reeves" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:41 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on AP News

"At least one governor says the corona virus pandemic is taking a toll on mental health along with physical health Mississippi governor Tate Reeves says there is fear there is pain and there is anxiety in this country his health department is reporting calls to the national suicide prevention lifeline from Mississippi have increased 20 percent since the start of the pandemic officials say mental health challenges can arise when there are changes in eating or sleeping patterns losing a job and anxiety about health or the health of loved ones they say the problems can be intensified by increased alcohol or drug use which is common during this type of national disaster I'm Jackie Quinn

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"tate reeves" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"L. dot com this is news ninety six point five W. V. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now from ABC news I'm Brian Clark re openings at state levels have been a stop and start process more than a dozen states lifted or eased their covert nineteen restrictions on Friday Mississippi governor Tate Reeves had plans to announce even more but he paused we are not out of the woods yet things can change quickly we have to stay flexible today I was prepared to announce further re openings that was the plan but he said the state saw its largest single day increase in both cases and deaths so that plan was put on hold the process of trying to treat the corona virus continues the FDA granted rim depths of your emergency use authorization to treat patients Gilead's donating about one point five million vials of the drug to the federal government it'll be distributed to patients who need it meanwhile the search for a vaccine continues details on that from ABC's Steve osunsami there are currently eight possible vaccines in human trials and two of them are here stateside Anthony Campisi as a volunteer at one of them at the university of Pennsylvania it feels really gratifying to be able to move the science forward unless there are concerns that even if the vaccine is ready by December it may take longer to make the vials and other products needed to share the medicine the nation's top infectious disease doctor says that work needs to start now that is doctor Anthony Fauci the house Appropriations Committee wants to hear from them at a hearing next week but being blocked by the White House which says the doctors busy dealing with a pandemic I used a police helicopter crashed into an apartment complex overnight both officers in critical condition but police chief art Acevedo says they managed to avoid striking any nearby homes and that nobody on the ground was hurt just America without America but we need more miracles now we are officers to cover the NTSB and the FAA are in route to the scene you're listening to ABC news go ahead Carl I'm listening told thirty two staff salmonella E. coli influenza it's not that kind of dirty do you realize you just took me to the toilet and kept waiting in between tweets no wonder one in six phones contain fecal matter whatever your hands touch I touch I am covered in filth it's enough to make both of us sick please can you get me a phone cell phones phone soap safely kills ninety nine point ninety nine percent of all those germs with clinically proven UV light it won't damage my screen like liquids or chemicals sued because you're all of god that's so sweet karafun still kills hundreds of germs and bacteria including the cold flu virus is trusted and used by healthcare professionals everywhere keeping your phone plan is more important than ever and with demand for phones open an all time high go to phone soap dot com and use code news.

"tate reeves" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on 600 WREC

"News there was believe me there was on the news over the Easter weekend and to some of that had to do with the bad weather out there home music I thought I hit the call button I did not the water went down the wrong pipe I think all right let's talk about at the weather over the weekend there were some there are some terrible terrible storms that we're hitting the mid south Helena west Helena got slammed yesterday as they lost mute mergers to communication some buildings were damaged over the weekend last late yesterday afternoon into the evening hours also in Mississippi deadly storms pushed through the southern part of that down here in the mid south we got some heavy rain a little bit localized flooding but as we look at elsewhere in the state governor Tate Reeves declared a state of emergency for the state the water is quickly gone away in some parts of north Mississippi however looking elsewhere in the state the deadly storms in parts of southern Mississippi as we saw this coming yesterday Reid couple lines of storms would bowing to them so damaging winds maybe some tornadoes in the southern part of Mississippi but some terrible terrible storms hitting yesterday ma'am because everybody stayed in most of yesterday for Easter Sunday because of the rain that was a that was a rough day for some I know staying inside a lot of folks love to go to church on Sunday but many holding the virtual services online we can catch them on the.

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"tate reeves" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on AP News

"Some residents are paddling canoes kayaks and fishing boats down the streets as they check on their homes Iran is Sanders is wondering if it's time to run from her home telling W. J. TV 12 news in Jackson I'm really worried you know and it's a lot to lose because as a those people down there are no data lost a lot of stuff in the houses you know the National Weather Service is Nicholas banners says some areas are going to get more range does look to be about an inch to 2 inches possible in the next 3 days governor Tate Reeves says it'll be days before parts of his state or out of the woods as he puts it and flood waters start to recede I read a fall late

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"tate reeves" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Evacuation orders in that neighborhood some people are still in the process of evacuating but many have already left about a foot to two feet of water it's not something you want to take any chances with we actually spoke to some people who were who came back to their homes to check on it real quick and that is fine but there are gates up in the community and if your home is on the other side of those gates it is against the law to cross them because that is for your safety the water is too deep and most likely your vehicle will not be able to handle it governor Tate Reeves to cleared a state of emergency yesterday searchers have recovered the bodies of two Colorado man who died in a weekend avalanche in Colorado the Colorado Avalanche information center says three men were riding snow bikes late Saturday afternoon when they were caught in the slide about ten miles north of the veil one man was able to dig himself out and call for help the state's health connector is continuing its trend of rising enrollment you're after year enrollment in the Massachusetts health connector has hit a record high during the health insurance exchange open enrollment period that ran from November first two January twenty third three hundred and twelve thousand people signed up and now have access to affordable healthcare ninety one percent of last year's members came back in return for coverage in twenty twenty on top of that there were fifty seven thousand new sign ups and just over a hundred thousand signed up for dental coverage through the state health connector in total about ninety seven percent of Massachusetts residents have some form of health insurance coverage cherry small WBZ.

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"tate reeves" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Experiencing one of the worst floods the town has ever seen Mississippi governor Tate Reeves has declared a state of emergency in is issuing mandatory evacuations the Pearl River is expected to rise to thirty eight feet by tomorrow for months governors dissing president trump by endorsing bill weld for president Republican Phil Scott said he thinks a lot of the former Massachusetts governor in his platform Scott signal last year that he had concerns about trump's rhetoric and conduct in office and that he might endorse someone else remind Republicans will be voting on March third the NBA all star game MVP award will now be called the Kobe Bryant MVP award commissioner Adam silver announced the name change at the all star weekend it's going on right now Brian made the all star game eighteen times during his career the mutual NBC news radio the late Kobe Bryant will headline the finalists for the twenty twenty Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame class Bryant will be enshrined into the hall of fame without a vote in the wake of a recent helicopter tragedy that took his life along with his daughter G. ana and seven others also up for enshrinement or Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett they are joined this finalist by W. NBA all star to Micah Catchings Kim Mulkey barber Stevens Eddie Sutton and Rudy Tomjanovich the class will be announced during the NC double a final four in Atlanta and Chicago miles bridges scored twenty points in route to an MVP performance team USA top team world one fifty one one thirty one in the rising stars challenge the first event of all star weekend in the NBA Eric Pascal led team USA with twenty three points Zion Williamson finished with fourteen look at Dunchurch finished with sixteen points for team world that's sports on September all the best podcast always free this is just one of over twenty five thousand podcast available on I heart radio ads let's get back to text out why did the midi protocols become a standard well remember the Dave Smith created the first protocol in nineteen eighty three and at that time computers and related equipment had a limited ability to handle data transfers so this was an era before broadband in high speed data transfer cables the many protocols allow musicians create detailed instructions on how performance should be played and send it in manageable chunks of data either to a computer or to other musical instruments it was an elegant solution for a particularly tricky problem the Atari S. T. which debuted in February nineteen eighty five featured a built in midi port and supported midi sequencer software bringing the ability to record music into the home studio this was a huge shift from the norm where you'd have to rely upon a professional recording space to lay down tracks now with the right midi controllers and an Atari S. T. you can create your own musical masterpiece and other computers followed suit and plenty of sound card manufacturer's includes support for many connections in addition many allowed people to record on multiple channels and then because the data was all digital you can mess with it after you recorded it so you could not only tweak instructions to play back at a different page or a different tempo you can also copy and paste sections making a short drum track repeat the entire length of a piece of music for example or you can grab a section of music and shifted to a different place along the overall peace you can mix up a track you could match it with other many tracks and come up with all sorts of interesting effects using a software based synthesizer also known as a soft scent you can create virtual instruments these software packages tend to have massive options in them allowing you to replicate the sound of specific instruments just by selecting a few options using such a synthesizer you could choose to play back a guitar riff on a synthesizer nineteen fifty four fender Stratocaster or in nineteen fifty eight Gibson ES three thirty five or even Cordova C. three M. classical guitar or let's say you want the keyboard part played on a classic mode synthesizer complete with all the faders and knobs a good soft scent package will contain emulators for hundreds of different instruments complete with all the options they came with plus they frequently will offer up additional features that can be applied to the sound beyond what the instruments would support natively the midi standard has had several revisions since its introduction they tend to be backwards compatible with earlier versions but not necessarily interoperable with each other think of them as branching pathways for example Roland created Rowlands general standard or Roland G. asked to add an additional instruments and features not supported by the original midi protocol Yamaha did something similar with the Yamaha's extended general midi or X. G. both were come had a ball with the first generation of midi protocols but they were not compatible with each other and so there was a bit of splintering in what was meant to be a universal standard other refinements to the standard allow for things such as tying midi files to show controls like lighting or motion controls you can create a sequence of lighting cues tightly coupled with sound cues this way automating the entire sequence these sort of features are useful in everything from theatrical presentations to crazy parties I imagine never get invited crazy parties but I've been to a lot of musicals other specifications allowed users to incorporate downloadable sounds into midi sequences or use alternate tunings for synthesized instruments normally these refinements were the result of collaborative efforts among various synthesizer manufacturers so the many standard is continuing to evolve today people are still working on adding in features and by people I mean mostly very as companies that are injured interested parties in continuing the many protocol so again in seeing people that are typically competitors get together to create a standard that works across multiple pieces of hardware and that benefits the end user the most it has really changed the world of music production back in the old days you had to try and get big enough so that some studio will take a chance on you and allow you time inside a actual recording studio to lay down some tracks or you would have to pay an exorbitant amount of money in order to do so now with a look small relatively small investment up front you can make a recording studio of your own and lay down all sorts of tracks now you are limited in what your track is ultimately going to sound like based upon the type of playback equipment you can afford the better the equipment the better your your midi file will sound when it's played back otherwise if you're playing it back on something that's fairly primitive it's gonna sound like it came out of a cheap imitation instrument not really well synthesized instruments now does the effect you're going for it's not a big deal like if you want to have sort of a retro kind of kitschy simulated sound that's not that's not a big problem but if you want something that sounds like Hey that's something that's a real cello then you want to shell out the big Bucks yeah I can actually still take out fake stringed instruments on even high profile types of of soundtracks and scores in movies in particular I'm looking at you pirates of the carribean and your synthesized string sections I hear it but it's really really good much better than it used to be so the midi format has been incredible because again it was such an elegant solution creating instructions on how to recreate a performance rather than recording an existing performance and then being able to tweak that performance in any way you want so that you can make it better than the original play through was or at least different it's really interesting to me so I want to thank Jesse for the suggestion I really appreciate it we're gonna be doing a lot of episodes based off listener suggestions over the next few weeks and we're gonna do some more about music in the next couple of episodes think of it as a mini music arc of text of episodes because I kind of wanted to group together the medically linked topics so we'll talk more about music in the next episode but that's all for midi for today if you have suggestions for future episodes maybe you want to get your suggestion and like Jesse did send me an email the address for the show is tax stuff at howstuffworks dot com where you can drop me a line on Facebook or Twitter the handle of both of those is tax stuff H. 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"tate reeves" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Not conceding that race Mississippi voters meanwhile extend the G. O. P.'s twenty year old on the governorship there by electing Tate Reeves over Democrat Jim hood and those are the headlines WGN sports Ohio state is number one the first college football playoff rankings were released last night the Buckeyes are on top ahead of fellow on Beaton's Alice you Alabama Penn state and number five Clemson and two pac twelve teams are lurking nearby number seven Oregon number eight Utah the Lakers beat the bulls one eighteen one twelve despite a strong first half of the bulls who led by nineteen but the Lakers outscored them thirty eight nineteen in the fourth quarter the bulls are two and six the Blackhawks ended their road trip with a loss but a milestone for one Black Hawk a late our Xfinity X. five Blackhawks reply on demand is sponsored by expended a get the speed coverage in control you need with expanded the ex five ox control off the draw came with a great point fifty three floor this is ninety nine one fifty four don't it's three two not enough though an empty net goal made the final score forwarded to San Jose the hawks are hold against Vancouver tomorrow Evander Kane and the sharks who scored a short handed goal last night to make it to nothing is being sued by a Las Vegas casino for failing to pay back a half million dollars in gambling markers given to him in April when he was on a road trip to play the Vegas golden knights college basketball last night loyal of the Paul Miller are you I see all in the win.

"tate reeves" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Democratic Attorney General indie Bashir is claiming victory over the incumbent Bevin Bevin hasn't conceded yet but the sheer made a victory speech last night where he repeatedly think teachers who supported him a lot and he sounded a lot like a Democrat in a conservative state and tonight I think we show this country there in Kentucky we can disagree with each other while still respecting one another this is a close close race we are not conceding this raised by any stretch and that second with David of course was Republican governor Matt Bevin who went on to say that there's been quote more than a few irregularities in the election but didn't give specifics now if this year's lead holds this would be a big loss for him in the state that again trump won by close to thirty points but Bevin has been very unpopular he's known for his clashes with teachers unions which is why teachers had supported be sure so much but we should at its not totally unusual especially in a year without a big Republican at the top of the national ticket for a Democrat to win in Kentucky like this in fact this year's own father also Democrat was the governor just before bed and we should say there was a a governor's race in Mississippi as well right yeah and there was good news there for Republicans in Mississippi is of course a deeply red state the previous governor had been a Republican but was term limited out and Republican lieutenant governor Tate Reeves has won that one keeping that state in the Republican column okay let's move to where you are you're in Richmond Virginia where Democrats it sounds like are are celebrating what seems like a significant victory yeah I was at the democratic watch party here in Richmond last night there was a lot of excitement about taking over the state house here at which is been a goal for a long time they're portraying this as a big win for Democrats nationally to heading into twenty twenty David you know Virginia's off year elections tend to get a lot of attention just because they're kind of the only game in town or one of the few games in town and that was especially true this year because just two years ago Democrats made some big gains in the state house didn't quite take that chamber over this year the entire legislature was up for election so flipping Virginia was a big goal for Democrats nationally there's been a lot of investment in these races and a lot of celebration after last night and it comes at the end of what I'm sure you remember was a tough year for Virginia Democrats remember at the black face scandal involving governor Ralph nor them's medical school yearbook and just a cascading series of scandals from the executive branch there so that prompted a lot of concern among Democrats about what that might mean for the selection but they pulled out a big victory and meanwhile the Republican house speaker Kurt **** who narrowly held on to his seat but will not be speaker anymore released a statement congratulating Democrats calling on members to treat each other with respect I mean the big question is there anything we can read from these elections yesterday that would tell us something about twenty twenty I mean overall this is really good news for Democrats of course but you can only read so much from off year elections when turnout is lower you know it's a state by state kind of you have to look at each state individually and of course there's a long way to go between now and election day twenty twenty a long way to go but it's gonna come quickly and here Sam from Richmond Virginia Sir thanks yeah thank you the US Supreme Court today hears a case that could reshape one of the country's most significant environmental laws it centers on a dispute over waste water and coral reefs Hawaii public radio's Ryen Finnerty reports on now we the local government has been injecting treated waste water underground for decades it was viewed as safer and cheaper than discharging waste water into the ocean which would require a permit under the clean water act that's because the nineteen seventy to act regulates the discharge of pollutants into surface waters like oceans lakes and rivers but it does not cover pollution of groundwater but in two thousand six the Hawaii department of land and natural resources found that coral reefs off the coast of West now we were dying at a rapid rate community member suspected injection wells at the local waste water treatment plant were to blame Hannah Bernard is a marine biologist and director of the Hawaii wildlife fund the lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court case we started organizing meetings and sharing information and talking about it and then we gotten patches are EPA the environmental protection agency eventually commissioned a study to find out if there was a physical link between the injection wells and the ocean university of Hawaii geologist Craig gland used colored dye to track where waste water from the injection wells was going he says the results were conclusive I'm debatable evidence that the waste water was reaching from those walls who the coastline Hannah Bernard and other environmentalists sued saying that since the discharge was reaching the ocean the county was violating the clean water act they won twice in federal court but in a similar case from Kentucky a different appeals court disagreed the trump administration is backing now we county in this case a reversal from the obamacare EPA it's part of a broader effort to limit federal water protections in favor of state control David Hank in an attorney representing the Maui plaintiff says the trump administration stance on ground water pollution is a departure from long standing policy really every administration since the enactment of the clean water act versus the trump administration environmentalists say discharging pollution into groundwater is exploiting a loophole and not what Congress originally intended but if the Supreme Court rules in favor of Maui county that loophole could become law for NPR news I'm Brian Finnerty in Honolulu across the country overdose deaths annals of crimes related to methamphetamine are on the rise in Colorado fatal math overdoses have surpassed heroin right now there aren't any drugs approved to help people get off of math but is Colorado public radio's Andrea Dukakis reports some practitioners say there is hope a few years ago methamphetamine became the only thing in the world Melinda McDowell cared about make dalet use drugs like coke for years she'd smoke crack but no math until one night in twenty seventeen when her mother died suddenly of a stroke that night I went over to a neighbor's house and he had crystal meth I was hooked from the first hit that was the biggest hi I had ever experienced then that big high got more and more elusive McDowell smokes more she went from two hundred and forty pounds to a hundred and ten social services took her children away she tried several times to stop but couldn't Miguel started having hallucinations I used to think that there was this black web that was like covering my body kind of like a veil or a treat and I would sit in the mirror and look at it and that would take a nice and try to slice it off then one day Melinda McDowell found herself lying on her bathroom floor figuring she die or killer self she remembered she heard about a woman named Nancy bast a certified addiction counselor and physician's assistant bast had recently opened a recovery center in steamboat springs Colorado close to where McDowell live I called Nancy on her phone and I beg your help me she thought she had group coming out of rising out of her fingers and she was scratching herself and and she was like I don't know what to do the call came at a good time best had just returned from a convention where she'd heard about several studies and the latest research indicates that the same medication that we use for alcohol use disorder naltrexone can help to stop the craving and methamphetamine now tracks own is also used to reduce the cravings for opioids best had McDowell come into the office and started on the drug within like three or four hours I knew something was happening because it'd been like forty eight hours since I'd smoke anything and the withdrawal started going away the Sheik start going away the headaches I wasn't panicking I could feel some relief and that evening I took my second hill and I knew that something was different a few cautionary notes here studies indicate naltrexone will only help some people with methamphetamine addiction and it isn't federally approved for use with math in fact no drug is yet that means healthcare professionals have to prescribe it off label which makes it harder to get insurance to pay for but with math abuse growing scientists have stepped up their testing of several drugs already on the market to see if they or some combination of them are effective with methamphetamine other researchers are trying to develop new drugs my name is Linda to us again and my main research project as trying to discover a novel therapeutic for meth amphetamine use disorders too often is that the university of Kentucky in Lexington methamphetamine releases dopamine in dopamine as the chemical in your brain that makes you feel have a happy and rewarding a fact and what we're trying to do is make a new chemical that will block methamphetamines a fact once again it's been testing the chemical with rodents trained to push a lever to get an IV infusion of methamphetamine once the animals are given the chemicals they start pressing the lever they don't seem to be interested in doing that anymore when our novel compound has been administered Boston says more research is needed back in steamboat springs Melissa make Dallas as getting off math has been arduous even with the medicine which she still takes and she continues to have fears the methamphetamine will lure her back yeah there's always a fear I'm an addict I mean I'm always going to be an addict for the rest of my life even so make del credits the methods for helping her stay sober now for more than a year for NPR news I'm Andrea Dukakis in Denver this is NPR news coming up on morning edition deadly protests in Iraq continue even after the country's prime minister agreed to step down that's in the next segment in the next half hour additional transcripts of testimony is in the house impeachment inquiry highlight the role of the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and his interactions with state department officials more of morning edition for a Wednesday is just ahead my name is Michael state good morning nineteen minutes after three is the time and support for KQED comes from the corporation for public broadcasting and Netflix presenting Martin Scorsese's the Irishman Robert De Niro Al Pacino and Joe Pesci star in the.

"tate reeves" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on KOMO

"The Mexican side of the U. S. Mexico border there are few details other than that the suspect had been holding hostages Democrats showed surprising strength in key state elections as the returns from yesterday's voting came in last night Kentucky's race for governor has the incumbent Republican Matt Bevin trailing democratic challenger Andy Bashir with many organizations and Bashir himself saying Bashir has one Republicans did when several other statewide offices in Kentucky in Virginia for the first time in a generation Democrats won both houses of the legislature Republicans in Mississippi sent another Republican to its governorship electing Tate Reeves over Democrat Jim hood San Francisco mayor London breed claimed victory last night in city elections there while voters seem to be extinguishing a bid to overturn a city band on E. cigarette sales in voters in Tucson Arizona rejected an initiative to make it Arizona's only sanctuary city Asian stock markets were mixed today after investors were rattled by a possible snag in the U. S. Chinese trade truce following reports Beijing wants Washington to lift punitive tariffs European markets were mixed or slightly lower in early trading U. S. stock futures generally flat overnight seventeen past now on first light as Robert workmen joins us looking studios and got books under his arm what is this the start of college basketball I'm guessing Trenton over to the closet right after this you know maybe we can stop by the library later they're going to school last night though seventeen games with ranked teams in action including the top four schools in New York City number one through number four number one plate number two and it was Kentucky number two coming out on top over the first rank Michigan state Spartans sixty nine to sixty two and in the early game it was number four against number three and there the lower rank team also won number two four do clip number three Kansas sixty eight to sixty six the thread Louisville last Miami eighty seven seventy four number six Florida flip north Florida seventy four to fifty nine Kerry Blackshear the graduate transfer from Virginia Tech at twenty point number seven Maryland handled only cross ninety five seventy one number again zagg out Alabama state ninety five sixty four core his part had a career high twenty eight points and ten Frank Villanova March past army ninety seven fifty for Jeremiah Robinson oral had twenty four points and thirteen rebounds and March madness is just what four months away over in the NBA on Tuesday the Lakers like the bulls won eighteen to one twelve lebron James with his third straight triple double thirty points ten rebounds and eleven assists Rogers my teammates to make shots I just try to put the ball on final target dominate been doing that defensively you know it's on a rebound as much as I can even on plain position you know triple double means absolutely nothing to me if it's not on the land the lady has won six in a row Celtic stop the Cavaliers one nineteen one thirteen Gordon Hayward scored a career best thirty nine points he was seventeen of twenty shooting all three of us misses from three point range he was sixteen for sixteen from two point the Hornets got by the Pacers one twenty two one twenty in overtime demande Graham had a game high thirty five points including Charlotte's last seven points in O. T. walks every the spurs one oh eight one hundred tray young twenty nine points and thirteen assists he had fourteen points in the fourth quarter getting two free throws and four well trays that his name is the thunder thought the magic one oh two ninety four she guilders Alexander with a game high twenty.

"tate reeves" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tate reeves" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ford for lieutenant governor Tate Reeves and taking aim at the impeachment process yeah and the Democrats have been engaged in a corrupt partnership trying to impose their will and just for American democracy Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren on Friday proposed twenty trillion dollars in federal spending over the next decade to provide healthcare to every American without raising taxes on the middle class and one Tom's on this stage and doesn't understand that we're already in a fight is not the person who is going to win that fight many of the democratic candidates for president speaking Friday evening at the liberty and justice celebration into more in Iowa and president trump explaining why he's changing his permanent residents from New York to Florida a beefy Andy field with the details three years president from said he loves me York now he's leaving they are properly I pay millions of faxes versions of millions of dollars in New York the president now making is permanent residence at the Mar a Lago Florida resort for tax and voting purposes new York's governor saying quote it's not like Mr trump paid taxes here anyway he's all yours Florida Andy field ABC news Washington at forward Texas congressman Beto o'rourke has ended his democratic presidential bid after failing to recapture the enthusiasm of his twenty eighteen Senate bid the Maria fire burning after starting outside Los Angeles Thursday night here's mentor county assistant fire chief John McNeil warning about possible power outages we continue to have challenges with this fire the challenges are are what we're facing is a difficult areas to access the far as grown over nine thousand acres in over ten.