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Fresh update on "texas supreme court" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Story, Montgomery County Sheriff's Office says they will take no actions. To enforce Governor. Abbot's executive Order regarding Mass wearing the Montgomery County order prohibits law enforcement from detaining, arresting or confining to jail as a means to enforce the order. Regarding violations to the mass quarter. Deputies will only be dispatched if the complainant is unauthorized supervisory representative of a business or property. And is reporting that a person is refusing to leave the property after receiving notice to leave and a disturbance is occurring. Then they'll come out festivities expected for the fourth of July. Fox is Lucas Tomlinson told us all about it from the National Mall. The pandemic has kept some people away. There's not much sign of anybody out here and also no protesters. Perhaps earlier today, people were listening to D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser's tweet when she advised people not to gather in large crowds. But President Trump's interior secretary says there's plenty of room here on the National Mall. Now, While there's no protesters here on the mall in South Dakota when the president visited his access was blocked on his road, the president warned the protests across the country. Overthrow the American Revolution from Arkansas this afternoon, Republican Senator Tom Cotton said on Twitter quote America's great because of our history, not in spite of it. Today we celebrate that history the founding of the greatest nation in the world Happy Independence Day. The U. S. Of course, celebrating 244 years of freedom this weekend. It's news time. 103 Houston Fire Chief Zampagna requesting Houston residents not set off firecrackers and fireworks is weekend 307. Houston firefighters are in quarantine with Cove. It Kenya sounded the alarm, saying they were 98 firefighters short of full staffing. They're filling it by paying overtime, but they need communities help in preventing fires. You may have to postpone putting your name on the door at the uncles law firm. After urging from Texas law school deans and aspiring lawyers, the Texas Supreme Court cancelled the two day in person bar exam scheduled for later this month. The bar exams instead will be offered online in October July exam was expected to bring more than 1000 people in there. Testing centers across the state. Let's see. The festivities at the Nathan's hot dog Eating contest this year were pretty much predictable, Competitive eater Joey Chestnut celebrating victory and a new record after this year's annual hot dog eating contest. He 8 75 dogs in their buns. To beat his competitors by 33 hot dogs. This marks chestnuts 13th time taking home the mustard yellow belt over the past 14 years in the women's competition. Miki Sudo. Down a record 48 I have hot dogs and buns to be her own personal record. And not sure, seventh straight win. How did they do it so quickly? One of the things is they dipped thie. Food, the buns and the The hot dogs in water before they begin devouring them. That's a little trick. Apparently, that the pros know to use news, undermanned and Katie rich dotcom are next updates going to be at 1 30.
Fresh update on "texas supreme court" discussed on Cyber Talk Radio
"Fox's Christina Coleman, I see beds are in high demand in Arizona, the spiking Koven 19 illnesses in that state as hospitalizations on the rise. The intensive carrying is there are at 91% capacity hospitalizations also on the rise in Texas, California and Florida. America's listening to Fox News No, you away I local news President Trump is throwing his complete and total endorsement behind a Navy veteran. As he runs for a seat in the House, the Texas 23rd Congressional District, Trump took to Twitter to say Republican Tony Gonzalez is needed in Texas in November. Trump also outlined some of Gonzalez strong stances such as the Economy, Life and the Second Amendment. Austin Mayor Steve Adler banning gatherings of more than 10. Adler says people To avoid being around others until mid August to slow down the spread of the Corona virus. There are some exceptions, including religious services, child care and recreational sports. Social distancing is also encouraged and those looking to become a lawyer in Texas after taking the bar exam will have to await the Texas Supreme Court has announced its mark exam at the end of the month, has been rescheduled to be online in October. This move comes as the state sees an increase in Corona virus cases and in person exam is still set to take place on September 9th and 10..
Fresh update on "texas supreme court" discussed on Cyber Talk Radio
"To shoot to kill when it comes to rioters. The Texas Tribune obtained a voicemail that Steve Hosea left for the governor in June, asking if protesters start to riot to kill them. This comes his riots broke out across the country after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Hosea recently sued Abbot for his stay at home order and also asked the Texas Supreme Court to no longer allow the governor to issue executive order. In response to disasters. Those looking to become a lawyer in Texas after taking the bar exam will have to wait. The Texas Supreme Court has announced. It's more exam at the end of the month has been rescheduled to be online in October, and a Texas University is ready to teach students all about pop icon Selena. They've added a course dedicated to her life career and death 25 years ago. I'm cha, mostly Downey. From the W away I.
Fresh update on "texas supreme court" discussed on Retirement Rescue
"So three you may have to postpone putting your name on the door at your uncle's law firm after urging from Texas law school deans and aspiring lawyers that Texas Supreme Court yesterday canceled the two day in person bar exam scheduled for later this month. Bar exams will be offered online in October. The July exam was to bring in more than 1000 people into testing centers across the states and in sports Washington Redskins or considering a name change, and now a major League baseball franchise may do the same. Cleveland Indians announced in a statement late Friday. They are determining the best path forward for the team's name. In a statement, the organization said, We're committed to making a positive impact on our community and embrace our responsibility to advance social justice and equality or organization fully recognizes our team name is among.
Texas Democrats ask Supreme Court to expand mail-in voting
"Texas Democrats have appealed to the US Supreme Court to allow all Texas to vote by mail during the pandemic the Texas Democratic Party chief legal counsel to have done filed two petitions with highest court want to lift a lower court decision that blocks voting by mail for all if the Supreme Court is not enough the state media I got this case on the merits because it has critical importance in taxes as well as to other states the Texas Supreme Court has ruled against Democrats on this issue in the U. S. Supreme Court is their
Texas Democrats ask Supreme Court to expand mail-in voting
"Texas Democrats have appealed to the U. S. Supreme Court to allow all Texans to vote by mail during the pandemic the Texas Democratic Party chief legal counsel Chad Dunn filed two petitions with the highest court one to justice Alito to lift up a lower court decision that blocks voting by mail for all if the Supreme Court is not enough the state media rated should take up this case on the merits because it has critical importance in taxes as well as to other states the Texas Supreme Court has also ruled against the Democrats on the issue the U. S. Supreme Court to ease their
Dallas wants Confederate monument near downtown convention center removed
"The city of Dallas was a Confederate monument near the Kay Bailey Hutchison convention center removed immediately the Dallas landmark commission voted to remove the monument last year but a loss to put that on hold Dallas is now asking the Texas Supreme Court in state court of appeals for permission to remove the monument before planned protests Saturday there are no plans to demolish the monument just remove it from its current
"texas supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Downloaded today one oh three and seventy two degrees on top stories tonight driver accused in a fatal hit and run and Burleson is now in jail Monday night at Burleson high school student named Trey Allison was killed on impact when the car he was riding in crashed into a tree police now say that crash was caused by the impact of another car driven by a man named Eric Padilla Padilla did not stop but police tracked him down later he's now been taken to jail the driver of the car in which tray Allison was a passenger was taken to the hospital he's a recent graduate of Burleson high school and has already been released from the hospital city of Dallas is asking the Texas Supreme Court to allow it to immediately begin removing a Confederate monument they also filed an emergency motion with the court of appeals asking it to reconsider an order barring them from removing the monument city officials say they have learned of a protest that is supposed to happen this Saturday around the monuments in pioneer park they cite incidents in the last few days were quote public monuments have been defaced or toppled in the country and abroad they also say they have an expert who is ready to remove the monuments without causing its demolition or destruction Austin York news radio ten eighty KRLD Texas again hitting a record number of patients in the hospital with corona virus more than twenty five hundred new cases were reported Wednesday in Texas that's by far a single day record Dallas will not be getting any more federal aid to help recover from last October tornado had originally rejected the request by the city of Dallas for financial help to restore some of the facilities damaged by the storms on October twentieth and twenty first including an EF three tornado in north Dallas that damaged several Dallas I. S. D. facilities several Texas lawmakers from both parties joined forces and appealing that decision but FEMA has notified the.
City Of Dallas Asks Texas Supreme Court To Allow For Immediate Removal Of Confederate Monument
"City of Dallas is asking the Texas Supreme Court to allow it to immediately begin removing a Confederate monument they also filed an emergency motion with the court of appeals asking it to reconsider an order barring them from removing the monument city officials say they have learned of a protest that is supposed to happen this Saturday around the monuments in pioneer park they cite incidents in the last few days were quote public monuments have been defaced or toppled in the country and abroad they also say they have an expert who is ready to remove the monuments without causing its demolition or
"texas supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Ask the Texas Supreme Court to allow the city to immediately begin removing the Confederate monument downtown they've also filed an emergency motion with the court of appeals asking that court to reconsider an order barring the city from removing the monument city officials say they have learned of a protest that is supposed to happen this Saturday around the monuments in pioneer park health experts in North Texas are watching that rise in corona virus hospitalizations from Dallas fort worth hospital counsel Stephen love says the uptick in new cases is concerning we're certainly not saying it's a way you can we're certainly not saying that it's a trend but we're carefully watching this because we have had an increase in hospitalizations for cope with nineteen meanwhile as Dallas County reports the largest number of new cases in a single day the city's health czar is explaining where the city is in terms of response Dallas is health care access our doctor Calvin Baggett reports about sixty percent capacity of the city's ICU beds ventilators MPP St Dallas could handle a sudden spike he says it's too soon to tell of opening the states businesses and or recent protests have led to the higher numbers of cases the more we test unfortunately we're increasing our volume of test that we should expect that we're also going to get more positive cases bags as free testing for protesters will continue as long as the protest carry on he says at this point it's unclear if the region has hit its covert nineteen peak Austin York news radio ten eighty KRLD now the traffic.
City Of Dallas Asks Texas Supreme Court To Allow For Immediate Removal Of Confederate Monument
"The city of Dallas has asked the Texas Supreme Court to allow the city to begin removing its Confederate monument KRLD is Austin York has more they also filed an emergency motion with the court of appeals asking it to reconsider an order barring them from removing the monument city officials say they have learned of a protest that is supposed to happen this Saturday around the monuments in pioneer park they cite incidents in the last few days were quote public monuments have been defaced or toppled in the country and abroad they also say they have an expert who is ready to remove the monuments without causing its demolition or destruction
"texas supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Ash is available at participating restaurants a little rain chances today than during the forecast for Friday and the upcoming weekend your storms yesterday producing wind and hail much of that hail over one inch in diameter and some heavy rain in spots ninety degrees today just an isolated shower maybe a thunderstorm isolated showers thunderstorms tonight especially early sixty nine tomorrow few clouds ninety one Saturday and Sunday mostly sunny low nineties I'm meteorologist ray staging from the weather channel said attorney as official weather station is ready twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd already eighty degrees under clear blue skies ten oh one net news radio twelve hundred W. away I first up this morning though another home all week when it comes to the jobless numbers more than two million Americans filed first time claims for unemployment benefits last week the two point one million total is actually down three hundred and twenty three thousand from just the week before but it still pushes that total to over forty million since the corona virus outbreak began president trump will be returning to Cape Canaveral this weekend for the historic SpaceX launch weather force yesterday scrub mission trump did thank now send SpaceX over their hard work and leadership he says he's really looking forward to this mission and another death from covet nineteen brings the total for bear county now to seventy forty five new cases also reported on Wednesday in the county marking a total of two thousand five hundred twenty five positive covert nineteen cases for our county well if and when a vaccine for the coronavirus does become available there's a whole lot of people who are gonna say thanks but no thanks and half of all Americans say they would get a cold nineteen vaccine if one were available this according to a study from the Associated Press norc center analysts surveyed one thousand fifty six people from may fourteenth through the eighteenth and found only forty nine percent of the country but get vaccinated if it was an option thirty one percent are on the fence twenty percent completely rule out the idea saying they're uncertain about the safety of such a new vaccine the Texas Supreme Court has decided to block an effort to expand the vote.
Texas court: Virus fear alone not enough for mail balloting
"The Texas Supreme Court ruled Wednesday of lack of immunity to the corona virus does not qualify someone to cast a ballot by mail the state generally limits mail balloting only to voters who are over sixty five or have a disability the fight in Texas is just one of several court battles across the country over efforts mostly by Democrats to expand access to mail in ballots to reduce the risk of spreading the disease president trump has railed against mail balloting claiming its widespread use with lead to total election
Texas Supreme Court blocks ruling that expanded voting by mail
"News the victory for Texas officials fighting to block mail in voting during the pandemic the Texas Supreme Court ruled Wednesday of lack of immunity to the corona virus does not qualify someone to cast a ballot by mail the state generally limits mail balloting only to voters who are over sixty five or have a disability the fight in Texas is just one of several court battles across the country over efforts mostly by Democrats to expand access to mail in ballots to reduce the risk of spreading the disease president trump has railed against mail balloting claiming its widespread use with lead to total election
Texas Supreme Court blocks vote-by-mail expansion to those lacking immunity to the coronavirus
"Texas governor Greg Abbott says all the coronavirus numbers are looking good the state is testing twenty thousand people a day the positivity rate remains low the seven day positivity rate is five point two five percent that's about one third of what it was in April and proof that Texas has contain the virus there are over fifty four thousand five hundred cases of cobit nineteen in Texas with over fifteen hundred deaths in the US the death toll has surpassed one hundred thousand and less than four
"texas supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Now W. O. A. I'd local news the Texas Supreme Court is blocking an effort to expand vote by mail due to the corona virus pandemic justices unanimously ruled yesterday state law does not define lack of immunity to corona virus as a disability which justifies voting by mail the court noted that they were not taking a side a mail in ballot policy saying that that's up to the Texas legislature to make a decision on the Texas based American Airlines will start notifying passengers of crowded planes the customers will be told around twenty four hours before a flight takes off about packed planes customers will then be allowed to switch to a plane with fewer passengers Travis county sheriff's deputies are confirming the bodies of two missing canoers have been found the man and woman disappeared the moral day well in the Colorado River near highway one thirty and fall well lame the woman's body was recovered Tuesday the man's body was found yesterday morning I'm Erik sharp from the W. O. A. I. traffic center we do have some construction delays to keep an eye out for I. ten eastbound and westbound both directions between Ralph and lock in terror parkway adding in an HOV lane and a main lines she's some caution as you approach there six no four eastbound between Redland Inbal Verity exit ramp switch taking place there it's minor slowdowns as you approach I'm Zach batteries radio twelve hundred W. away I see the potential for a few scattered thunderstorms around as we head through the overnight hours one or two these could be strong and gusty a low in the upper sixties a pop up store to possible again Thursday hot and humid a high of ninety one and.
Texas court: Virus fear alone not enough for mail balloting
"A victory for Texas officials fighting to block mail in voting during the pandemic the Texas Supreme Court ruled Wednesday of lack of immunity to the corona virus does not qualify someone to cast a ballot by mail the state generally limits mail balloting only to voters who are over sixty five or have a disability the fight in Texas is just one of several court battles across the country over efforts mostly by Democrats to expand access to mailing ballots to reduce the risk of spreading the disease president trump has railed against mail balloting claiming its widespread use with lead to total election fraud Tom or or Gotti Gotti fox fox news news our our
With Moratorium Lifted, Houston Becomes Largest U.S. City Where Evictions Can Resume
"Tenants behind on their ranch can be kicked out of their homes in Texas the state has lifted its moratorium on evictions some Texas cities are taking additional steps to protect renters many of whom of lost jobs because of the pandemic Houston is not one of them it's now the largest city in the United States were evictions can resume Elizabeth drove all of Houston public media reports before cove in nineteen life was good for Houston resident ridiculous all of the heck grandma taking care of her great job just going about my everyday living doing what I do wake up in the morning and say my prayers for my coffee then coronavirus hit everything out wow yeah it is like my life do you know that he would talk to me over the phone from her apartment where she lives alone she used to make money babysitting her granddaughter and niece that ended with covert nineteen and her eight hundred dollar disability check doesn't cover her monthly rent of nine hundred dollars she said her apartment manager warned her eviction notices are on their way nobody needs to be stressed out whether they're going to have a place to live today in the homeless to March I can't think like that right now you know I can't I can't think like that I'm not only I don't want to think like that people like you it are vulnerable now that the Texas Supreme Court lifted a ban on objections this week attorneys who work with low income clients are preparing for the worst Donna Carney works for Lone Star legal aid which provides free legal representation to low income Texans Carney expects more families on the streets in the months ahead and we anticipate that there will be a tsunami of affections files I have no doubt about it we are going to see homelessness nationally there's been a patchwork of protections in place for renters other statewide moratorium's are expected to expire in the coming weeks and unemployment is through the roof James roller is with the national housing law project forty percent of households under forty thousand dollars your income loss of job in March and since it's staggering to sort of like to try to get your head around what that means in practice ruler says there's still a federal moratorium on evictions through late July but that only applies to rental properties with federally backed mortgages and that that's only a third of all properties for now moratoriums and government assistance like expanded unemployment benefits have kept invitations at bay in cities like Houston but as these protections expire experts say a wave of evictions is on its way and with corona virus spreading roller says these evictions create a public health risk displacing people from their housing and sending them out looking for additional housing or sending them into homelessness a danger for all of us in Houston so many people applied online for the city's rental assistance program that it ran out of funding in just ninety minutes rejects you it was one of the lucky few who were able to submit an application but she's still waiting for final approval if the rent money doesn't come through she expects to be forced out of her home waiting in hope that if I do that I'll be able to get into a shelter among doctors who opened the door to the thing will open to the mall she would like many Americans will be at the mercy of friends and family when looking for a place to live for NPR news I'm Elizabeth Troy fall in
Texas Lifts Moratorium On Evictions, Leaving Renters Vulnerable
"Tenants behind on their ranch can be kicked out of their homes in Texas the state has lifted its moratorium on evictions some Texas cities are taking additional steps to protect renters many of whom have lost jobs because of the pandemic Houston is not one of them it's now the largest city in the United States were evictions can resume Elizabeth drove all of Houston public media reports before cove in nineteen life was good for Houston resident ridiculous all of the hefty grandma taking care of her great job just gone about my everyday living doing what I do wake up in the morning and say my prayers for my coffee then coronavirus hit everything got why yet it's like my life do you know that he would talk to me over the phone from her apartment where she lives alone she used to make money babysitting her granddaughter and niece that ended with covered nineteen and her eight hundred dollar disability check doesn't cover her monthly rent of nine hundred dollars she says her apartment manager warned her eviction notices are on their way nobody needs to be stressed out whether they're going to have a place to live today in the homeless tomorrow I can't think like that right now you know I can't I can't think like that I'm not only I don't want to think like that people like you it are vulnerable now that the Texas Supreme Court lifted a ban on objections this week attorneys who work with low income clients are preparing for the worst Donna Carney works for Lone Star legal aid which provides free legal representation to low income Texans Carney expects more families on the streets in the months ahead and we anticipate that there will be a tsunami of affections files I have no doubt about it we are going to see homelessness nationally there's been a patchwork of protections in place for renters other statewide moratorium's are expected to expire in the coming weeks and unemployment is through the roof Janus roller is with the national housing law project forty percent of households under forty thousand dollars your income loss of job in March and since it's staggering to sort of like to try to get your head around what that means in practice ruler says there's still a federal moratorium on evictions through late July but that only applies to rental properties with federally backed mortgages and that that's only a third of all properties for now moratoriums and government assistance like expanded unemployment benefits have kept evictions at bay in cities like Houston but as these protections expire experts say a wave of evictions is on its way and with corona virus spreading roller says these evictions create a public health risk displacing people from their housing and sending them out looking for additional housing or sending them into homelessness is a danger for all of us in Houston so many people applied online for the city's rental assistance program that it ran out of funding in just ninety minutes rejects you it was one of the lucky few who were able to submit an application but she's still waiting for final approval if the rent money doesn't come through she expects to be forced out of her home I hope that if I do that I'll be able to get into a shelter among dogs who opened the door to the thing will open to the mall she would like many Americans will be at the mercy of friends and family when looking for a place to
Federal judge says all Texas voters can apply to vote by mail during pandemic
"Federal judge in San Antonio has ruled the Texans fearful of contracting coronavirus should be allowed to vote by mail Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton disagrees with the judge's decision and vows to fight it on appeal here's Paxton spokesman mark Wright lander the district court's opinion ignores the evidence and disregards well established law we will immediately seek review by the fifth circuit court of appeals and his decision U. S. district judge Fred berry road citizen should have the option to choose voting by letter carrier versus voting with the disease carriers the AG's office will go before the Texas Supreme Court today challenging election officials from five Texas counties for urging voters to submit mail in ballot
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott allowing hair salons, barbershops, tanning salons to open on Friday
"The Dallas salon owner who defied an executive order to shut down her business amid the coronavirus response has been released from jail early meanwhile hair nail in tanning salons in Texas can legally re open today let's go to Texas right now ABC news correspondent Jim Ryan joins us from Dallas Jim good morning can you tell us more about what the scene is like in Texas yeah great well people can actually get their hair cut legally again today a week ago yesterday Shelley Luther as made a mention of re opened her salon against the orders of governor Greg Abbott against the mayor of Dallas and the county judge she said that she simply couldn't afford to stay closed anymore that she needed to road nineteen employees back on the job so she opened it against the law essentially did citations were written a temporary restraining order was issued she appeared in court this week to answer that you are open and was given seven days in jail she spent forty eight hours of that in jail before the Texas Texas supreme court yesterday ordered that she'd be released today she can quickly open because salons nail salons and tanning salons are all being allowed to re open today but with some pretty stringent restrictions correct the what are those restrictions Jim well the the tanning stations in these mail stations and their stations all have to be six feet apart lowers the stylus have to have the the the six speed distance between them in the next I listen the next workstation will be wearing gloves that the the customers will be wearing masks and in the waiting area they'll have to maintain a six foot separation there as well if there's not space they'll have to simply wait outside most of the stylists are doing appointments only not taking walk up
Dallas salon owner out of jail on Texas Supreme Court’s order
"I had a Dallas one North Texas nail salon owner finally out of jail following a ruling by the Texas Supreme Court chili Luther release from they'll scaly jail few hours after a state Supreme Court justice made the ruling Thursday she was given a seven day jail sentences week after she reopened late last month but there was also fined and told her slime had to be closed until may twelfth well governor modified that executive order on Thursday saying business owners to re open early can not be jailed nor should they be fined lieutenant governor even stepped forward and paid all of her
Texas lieutenant governor pays fine for jailed salon owner
"I know Texas del salon owner is out of jail following a ruling by the Texas Supreme Court Shelley Luther was released from the Dallas County jail just a few hours after the state Supreme Court justices made their ruling yesterday governor Greg Abbott modified his executive order on Thursday as well saying that business owners who re opened early should not be
"texas supreme court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Can re open one day after the Dallas hairdresser jailed for refusing to vote to apologize for opening her shop too early was freed on orders from the Texas Supreme Court chili Luther telling fox's Hannity water two days behind bars for life it's definitely not pleasant but fortunately I I have a cell by myself it had a wreck that had other individuals and their the worst thing was that I didn't get to call anybody when I got there the whole first night arrests have been made in the murder earlier this year of a jogger in Georgia Gregory Nick Michael and his son Travis are charged with murder more than two months after the two white men appeared to be captured on cellphone video shooting a young black man all mud or berate them video sparking outrage after seeing a Georgia governor Brian Kim says it was horrific and that he went to the head of the Georgia bureau of investigation told director rentals to follow the facts to follow the truth to administer justice without respect to persons police reports his armory was shot after the two men spotted him running in their neighborhood Gregory Peck Michael maintains he thought that runner match the description of a burglar in the area chill NATO fox news of the weather mom wanted for mother's day the northeast U. S. about to get a wintry blast in spring from the polar vortex which could bring some rare may snow falls and record low temperatures to some areas of the country over the mother's day weekend but Jack Callahan this is fox news newsradio kale BJ on John.
"texas supreme court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Getting rid of it WBC's James row houses in Dorchester where the National Guard is helping pass it out the National Guard has been pretty busy here at Boston College high school unloading pallets of milk setting up cones and directing a same Emily analyst line of cars with open trunks each car gets two free gallons of milk Randy Jordan owns Jordan dairy farms in Rhode Island and is participating in the new state initiative farmers feeding families the farmer owned cooperative dairy farmers of America committed in any way that they possibly can to help get them out to the people in need folks have also been walking up to pick up milk including Carlos Rivera from Roxbury I like to think that the fact that there's like a says the risking their well beings actually help all these people are coming so it's pretty dope and they're doing this initiative is going to expand to more communities including in Worcester and Springfield in Dorchester James R. O. hasta you Beezy Boston's newsradio organizations helping people deal with opioid addiction have been severely challenged by the demands of the pandemic and they're getting some help as we hear from WBZ's Carl Stevens what happens when an epidemic smashes head on into a pandemic financial stress that's why rise Massachusetts a local nonprofit working to end the opioid epidemic announced a number of grants I make three hundred thousand dollars in grant residential treatment programs that are helping people with addiction during this time the grants were made possible in part by the Boston resiliency fund Julie Barnes president and CEO of Rize Massachusetts says these organizations had all kinds of unanticipated expenses because of the pandemic and needed help well now they're gonna get it Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio Charlie Luther the beauty salon owner jailed in Texas for contempt of court is now out of jail the Texas Supreme Court ordering her release it was just before to this afternoon when Shelly.
Governor softens order over jailed Texas hair salon owner
"A hair salon owner jailed for re opening her business is now free a Dallas hair salon owner was released after spending two nights in jail for opening her salon despite a state order to keep them close Shelley Luther went to jail Tuesday after District Court judge offered her a choice apologize and shut down the salon or spend seven days behind bars there's attorney immediately appealed today the Texas Supreme Court ordered Luther released Texas governor Greg Abbott who met with president trump also changed his initial state order to protect people like Luther from jail time but some legal experts say the judge in the case was just doing his job on Friday all Texas salons will re open with
"texas supreme court" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The other good news is that alternate the Dallas long owner of what was her name Shelley Shelley Shelley Shelley it'll come to me in a minute anyway she was she was released from jail on order of the Texas Supreme Court the whole man the governor abit go after that judge it was fantastic let me finish Michael Flynn first so we have two really good legal stories today for the good in the sense that the right thing occurred but they're bad because in this sense it shows one how corrupted judge was in Dallas Texas and how corrupt the FBI is you know I don't I I have no problem being a staunch defender of law enforcement that idea I have represented state troopers I have bargained on behalf of police unions I have like I have devoted a lot of my legal career to representing tops in federal court so I don't have any I have no reservations at all about pointing out with law enforcement does something wrong and in this case James Comey the director of the FBI Peter Strzok Lisa page a bunch of other people the FBI Eric holder the former Attorney General and about US attorneys absolutely vitally violated almost every principle of American jurisprudence and they should all be sanctioned and quite frankly sued by Michael Flynn into sport Michael Flynn spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees so here's what happens in the guilty plea so you're just charged with first degree murder and let's say that you really did murder somebody but the evidence is a little weak the prosecutor comes to you thanks for your facing it with us with the first degree murder charge let's say that you're facing life imprisonment without parole if the jury convicts you that's the sentence the judge is going to give you what the jury's kicked it could give but the prosecutor because this case is kind of weak and because he doesn't really much for murder case he's busy he's got a lot of other stuff to deal with he comes to your your your defense lawyer and says look you if if he'll plead to manslaughter we recommend that manslaughter usually carries like a four year prison sentence will recommend a three year prison sentence and he'll be out in eighteen months or less probably your defense lawyer comes to you and says here's the deal good for you ask your defense lawyer for my chance a good defense lawyer will not tell you that your chances are great or bad a good defense lawyer will tell you your chances are fifty fifty because the jury you've never know the jury could just not like the way you look they could hear the evidence the way the prosecutor wants them to hear the evidence and you could find yourself facing life in prison without parole or you could you could take this deal here that's certain and you could face four years serve eighteen months you're probably get out young six months ago because you know you're innocent would you like Michael Flynn you're running out of money you can afford defense counsel you certainly don't want to face life in prison without jail so you agreed to the plea bargain so you walk up thank you you still maintain your innocence would you walk up in for the judge and the judge defense counsel the prosecutor all stand will you stand up to and the judge says I understand you would enter a plea of guilty today yes your honor I do as the prosecutor what's the deal prosecutor tells you what the deal is and then the judge looks at you and says are you pleading guilty today because you are guilty then you have to guess even though you still maintain your innocence you answer yes because that's part of the deal even though your bill even though you're not guilty and that's what Michael Flynn I heard Donna Brazile the Democrat hack today talked about hell well you know Michael Flynn still guilty of lying to the FBI no he's not he pled guilty to that even even the vice president has come out and said I don't think you mustn't be I don't think he intentionally misled me I think I think he he was confused about you all the details of stuff just like you and I are always confused about details asked me what I had for lunch among the I can't remember what I handle for lunch on Monday in effect you get enough my plea deal depended upon what I held for lunch on Monday if I don't have a credit card receipt show right lunch on Monday I don't know that I can ever remember so that's how it works not just in federal court tell what you state courts to Sir Michael Flynn has now had these charges dismissed but because he could still face the charge of perjury because he told the judge he was guilty with in fact he wasn't guilty means of the president ought to do the right thing and pardon him even though the charges have been dropped which I know seems counterintuitive but I think he is still at some risk with a hostile prosecutor that would still want to nail him to the cross them so yes Mr president pardon Michael Flynn once once the charges are actually dismissed and the judge has thrown the case out then issue the part in other good news other good legal news today what's this woman's name Shelley for I think it Shelley Luther Shelly look for you may recall she was the hair salon owner the hairdresser in Dallas Texas you know Dallas Texas with the prosecutor has said that if you if you steal you know less than seven hundred fifty dollars worth of stuff from you know a convenience store somebody's home or whatever I'm not gonna prosecute you because I don't want to waste my time on thugs of steel seven hundred fifty dollars or less I I guess some stealing is more you call the other stealing governor Abbott you gotta love governor Abbott sometime the Texas Supreme Court today the whole released from jail yeah she was in violation of state and I'm using err quote rules because governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order retroactively eliminating jail time as a consequence for violating his coronavirus stay at home restrictions good for him because nobody should be jailed for violating some edict that an unelected bureaucrat or for that matter even the governor issues governors cannot restrict your freedom of earning a living but we can't do it I know everybody thinks they can but she's proven that well if you if you're willing to go to jail most governors going back to hell I think most governors would be like oh come on well maybe with the exception of Andrew Cuomo I think well or maybe that stupid governor Michigan or maybe just to the governor lieutenant governor Newsom that governor Mexican New Mexico yeah I think about the from the a lot of governors they would like to see you spend time in jail for violating their orders so right after governor Abbott says Hey you cannot jail someone for violating my executive order the Texas Supreme Court ordered that she be released from jail governor Abbott said in a statement that throwing Texans in jail who have had their businesses shut down through no fault of their own is nonsensical and I will not allow it to happen that is why I am modifying my executive orders to ensure confinement is not a punishment for violating an order and this order is retroactive to April second supersedes local orders and if correctly applied should free Shelley Luther good for him it's about time that the governor stood up and said we simply would like for you to follow these rules you know what I've I've met governor Adam three four cations he's really a good guy and I think he recognizes that as long as we're going to have these coronavirus rules going around you just can't stop people from making a living you can't force people into welfare three million more people today applied for unemployment benefits this has got to stop I'll be right back I heart radio goes one on one with Elton John to talk about performing live going on stage with us the well I could show off and be comfortable and and you know I was always a bit timid off stage and the stage gave me an outlet and you'll find that with many performers with a baby doll says actors singers musicians they have the outlet on stage to become the person an out of state and I think that's what eventually led to my troubles with along with the drugs and the drink is that I didn't know I didn't the person who is fast becoming popular as Elton John and becoming you know the number one rock star in the world had kind of escape from the personal state and the balance was.
Dallas salon owner who reopened amid coronavirus is released from jail after ruling
"Them the Dallas salon owner who was sentenced to one week in jail after she refused to apologize for opening her business in defiance of the coronavirus restrictions has been released from jail this afternoon at the Texas Supreme Court ordered the release of Shelly
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"Versus people with multiple homes in Michigan can travel again though it's strongly discouraged economic damage is part of the reason for the lawsuit by Republicans who controlled the legislature against governor Whitmer they say the governor overstepped her authority in shutting down Michigan over the virus by refusing to collaborate with the legislature before extending her stay at home order Senate Republican leader Mike Shirkey says the state faces a huge budget deficit our next biggest job in the legislature and we have to do it in five months is figure out a way to adjust the current year's budget by about three billion dollars and spread over a short period of time he was on the Frank Beckman show the unemployment rate in Michigan stands at almost one point one million the third highest in the nation Michigan's rate as of April eighteenth was twenty one point seven percent only West Virginia at twenty one point nine percent in Vermont at twenty five point two percent were higher Texas governor Greg Abbott says he is modifying his coronavirus executive order to eliminate confinement as punishment for violating an order after a salon owner in Dallas was jailed for opening a business correspondent ed lavandera has more Kelly Luther was issued a citation by police after she refused to close down her salon she was given a a cease and desist order letter from a judge here in Dallas County she ripped that up the Texas Supreme Court stepped in and overruled a lower judge's order the nation's most populous state will move to stage two or three opening today gym group reports the governor said the lay out new rules retail stores not malls not individual retail stores inside malls but independent retail stores will open for curbside pickup only it's the same with florists bookstores toy stores music stores for golf courses will be allowed to re open as well as car dealerships but all with strict physical distancing and other modifications also the manufacturing and logistics space and a number of beaches will re open house all supposed to happen how it's all supposed to work well it'll all be announced today gym group Los Angeles every business has been killed by the virus Clorox the premier maker of bleach is seen up five hundred percent increase in demand since March and in some cases sold much more in a week than it does in a month the company added two hundred sixty three new employees to its workforce of eighty eight hundred it is supposed to pay for employees and given one thousand dollar bonuses to lower level employees construction crews will close at Long Lake Road.
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"SS I'm Dan o'neill white rain thunder it's breezy fifty nine tonight slow forty eight former trump administration official will no longer face criminal proceedings fox news has confirmed that the justice department is dropping the criminal case against Michael Flynn president trump's first national security adviser the move came on the same day the lead prosecutor in the case Brandon van crack alerted the court that he was withdrawing from the ongoing prosecution of Flynn fangraphs has been under scrutiny because of recently revealed exculpatory evidence showing the F. B. I. discuss their objectives including getting Flynn to lie in order to prosecute him Flynn's guilty plea for lying to the FBI was one of the signature cases brought by special counsel Robert Muller in Washington John decker fox news Wichita mayor Brandon Whipple says economic deals for the city put in place before the pandemic need to be evaluated differently now as mayor I need to make sure that we are reviewing our economic development plan that was created before co bad and making sure that's relevant to today everything has changed right so we can't be looking at what was the playbook before Kobe came in because things are different now the mayor says he has long term goals to diversify Wichita's economy the Texas Supreme Court today order that a Dallas hair salon owner who was jailed for opening in violation of the state's coronavirus rules be freed Philly Luther was sentenced to seven days in jail Tuesday and was also ordered to pay five hundred dollars for each of the seven days the salon was open loser with her first message to supporters and media following her release.
Salon owner who illegally reopened is out of jail on Texas Supreme Court’s order
"That in Dallas the salon owner jailed for violating coronavirus safeties restrictions has been released from jail as showing Luther walked out of the Dallas County jail there wasn't there's been close to forty eight hours behind bars after violating a judge's restraining order to close alone alone the Texas Supreme Court ordered her released today overwhelmed Luther thanks the crown I just want to thank all of you just barely met and now you're almost
"texas supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Public has access to health and wellness supplies that can help mitigate any potential spread we will work to combat any attempt to exploit public health and safety for monetary gain the governor does have the ability to expand the attorney general's powers to prosecute these cases any suspected cases should be filed through the AG's consumer protection division at the capitol Chris fox news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. here's something to think about in the state of Texas issue in Italy style lockdown amid a corona virus outbreak under an order issued Friday by the Texas Supreme Court thirty one District Court judges statewide are empowered to enforce quarantine orders should the need arise right now there are no state ordered coronavirus quarantines in Texas but if it comes up an appointed judge will be in a position to issue a quarantine enforcement order at any time well south Korean officials say North Korea launched a number of rockets yesterday it lists at least three projectiles were fired towards the sea of Japan this comes after last week's launch of what military officials believe we're too short range ballistic missiles as denuclearization talks have broken down between North Korea and the US the north has repeatedly fired missiles democratic primary voters will go to the polls tomorrow in six states for the first time since super Tuesday tomorrow we hear from several states spread out across the country the west coast weighs in as Washington votes the state with eighty nine delegates Missouri has a contest they have sixty eight delegates the big prize tomorrow though is Michigan with one hundred and twenty five delegates North Dakota Mississippi and Idaho all hold elections as well in Michigan a poll done in mid February had Bernie Sanders ahead but then another poll just before super Tuesday put Joe Biden in the lead pulling out of Washington state's been limited but at last check in mid February Sanders was ahead and in Missouri a single poll done after super Tuesday put find in in the lead some members of the bear county Republican Party are calling for a recount after voting machine problems on super Tuesday the county's new twelve million dollar election system released results late and failed to consolidate votes correctly during the March third primary county elections administrator Jackie Kallen assured the public that night that the results of those slow were accurate GOP chair Cynthia Brann is calling for an investigation by an outside agency well the spurs lost in overtime last night to the Cleveland Cavaliers one thirty two to one twenty nine Tamara to Rosen led the spurs with twenty five points and Rudy gay added nineteen including a last second shot to force the extra period the spurs will return home to the AT&T center tomorrow to take on the Dallas mavs him catch the action right here on spurs radio twelve hundred W. away I beginning at six thirty W. away I news time five oh six time to check on your money in the world of business with the Bloomberg this is a Bloomberg money minute forcing remarkable losses in global stocks US stock futures and oil this.
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"A battle over parental rights is the Texas Supreme Court Thursday on Houston's morning news back to top Erman guest hosting for Rush Limbaugh but he I beat network nothing shabby folks appreciated team may be rush all of you it's an absolute honor and always will be to fill in for rush as show continues from many decades into the future I just want to correct something someone said on Twitter that someone said it's a hilarious how afraid you are of the left no knowing what you're doing and your plans and the intentions of the people who run the laughter not the mainstream Democrats they don't know knowing what the organizers are doing there's no fear why would I fear that yes the knowledge of what's going on in order to fight back against ABS in anything in terms of fear I want to get to rushes take on the truck under Obama trying to sue credit for the condo to get to that couple other things where do you think the biggest achievement gaps are racially in terms of school performance what cities do you think display the biggest gaps in performance between African Americans white people Asian people because a leftist in Minnesota decided to look into it and then some Seattle lights were pretty shocked about the answer will get into that's also rush's comments on the economy from yesterday which are spot on one official for quick Tony from Dayton Ohio we just we're just having conversation about police officers and the hatred that the left is developing for cops legitimate I'm not kidding legitimate efforts to ban the police forces to end policing it will be for real in cities like Seattle Portland San disco Tony Dayton Ohio you're on Rush Limbaugh program high twenty welcome X. quick question so you were mentioning that there's actually somewhere on the west coast where they're actually thinking of making a a police officer contact the local either the those share for their quality politician before they react to a currency yes my question is I'm sure you know about the mass shooting that happened in Dayton Ohio not too long ago course our local police react to that in matter of seconds I can't imagine what would happen if if somebody had to make a phone call to say Hey how much supposed to act react this lunatic running around is killing people right well I mean if you just level this up I just look at what the police are being told to do just just just play this out with me because they don't seems bizarre in cities like New York in cities like Los Angeles you have cops who were on the stand down notice in terms of people dealing Sentinel and math you have cops who are prevented from going into homeless camps literally where they have a suspicion or someone in there with warrants we had a rapist hiding in the in the camps to obamacare hiding in the homeless camps well known to be there but the civilian authorities won't let the cops going there you have a rule my friend I have a friend is police officer told me that his city actually removes any and all links to ice so that they can't even click a link if a cop once you get a do it in an illegal alien deported they they have to call the customer service number for ice that you would have to call so take it down now to the level of tactics you now have people saying that a copy of the people have never been in that circumstance saying here's the rules on when a cop should draw gun or shouldn't and they're not law enforcement officers they've never done that so it makes logical sense to them that it what we just solve the problem and at the cops just call us before they make an infield decision it's it's bizarre and yet you're exactly right twenty what what happens what what happened in that case if they had to call the authorities what would happen to I I mean they they got really recognize well the way they should have a literally was matter of it was less than fifteen seconds but went on a diskette that just I I thought mange for somebody even think that someone should have to make a phone call to react but that was only when I wanted to make no I think it's a great points on appreciate you calling rush shell thank you very much just one of the point in this I really want to get back to the debates and the economy and these achievement gaps because it's important we are I was gonna say lock and load this probably bad first that we get ready for the debates and I just just one other point I want it will take a call from Mike you're a quick they're gonna be focused in the debate all I would tell you something real quick out of interaction a police officer west coast city told me about he came upon a a dad and a son a homeless guy had stolen this the sun's bicycle right in front of them literally said I'm taking this and walked away and that's a that's my son's bike and the guy turned around said don't come near me I'll kill you and they have they had it on video so happens that my friend was driving by in uniform in the mark Kerr gets pulled over by the citizen says here's the video here's what happened and my body says where is he he says he's in that moral so my buddy goes to knock on the motor home door any calls it in and he's told he's told by the leadership that the ACLU considers that motor home home you can't knock and art but my buddy said I got probable cause they didn't want to do it they did not want to enter the home they did not want to knock you have video so he goes back to the goes back to the the people whose by crystallises Hey listen we talked and it goes like this he says what do you hear someone calling for help in the RV and the dad says no I don't I guess in my body says listen to me real close do you hear someone calling for help in the R. V. and the guy goes all yeah that guy calling for help they gave my body the excuse to go into the RV just to get the bike back he got he got so close to be written up for that that's what cops are doing it this is here's the thing my wife says about the left my wife is perfectly right there's no ceiling and there's no floor there's always more they want they want your conscience you want your money they want your commute now they want your safety in the form of big they can't go far enough in restraining cops Mike in Charlotte South Carolina you're on the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling and I might hello John how are you doing great Mike procedure call was going on you're now you're not making a point earlier about the children not being held accountable for their actions if you look at the new yesterday unfortunately you have two young thirteen year olds who were arrested in Waterville California for setting a library on fire and they killed two firefighters yesterday one died the other one is still missing in still looking for his body at this point your company that one is that the people you're not telling me but the liberals are telling us that these children should not be punished they should not be put away for those crimes it just took two firefighters who dedicated their lives to the community thank you America you feel it's good they're running against you yeah Liz Warren who's coming out and saying that the green no deals not enough we need a blue new deal she's running against your intelligence I'm sorry the green new deal the most sweeping redistribution of cash ever under the guise of helping the department that's not enough that's a good healthy oceans they forgot the oceans and not so the running against you you have Bloomberg running against you and your freedom to do what he does you have Pete mayor Pete running against your pocketbook saying I will open up Medicaid to all illegal aliens and we took a call earlier from eight hundred percent disabled vets he's a month from he can get in to see the new movie a because he's moved for a month and beats what's open option this to the restaurants we come back I want you to Russia's take on on on a bomber trying to take credit for the trump economy it's about the ways the conservatism actually helps lots to get to is taught her man filling in for Rush Limbaugh on.
"texas supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"And that's the top story at ten. Oh, three. I'm Mitch gar. Thank you very much for joining us. The Texas supreme court has dismissed a claim by employees with the city of Denton brought against the city, then a ruling that could affect municipalities across the state of Texas KRLD's be Phillips's checking on this and joins us live with very latest LP. Mitch the high court said Denton citywide policy manual is not the same thing as a legal contract. And in making that finding the court cleared the way for the city to force utility department employees to be on call without pay the utility department employees who brought this said under the city's policy manual. They were forced to spend every third week on call. Meaning if there was a problem, they would only have to respond. They would only have thirty minutes to respond. Well, the employers are not paid overtime or anything for just being on call if they are actually. Used for working. Of course, they are paid. The distinction here is whether there is a contract between the employees in the cities, or whether it's just a policy the court ruled a policy is not the same as a written contract it upholds the city's contention that if employers don't like it, they don't have to work for the city this has been dismissed, and it's a ruling that could apply to all cities statewide reporting live LP Phillips, News Radio ten eighty KRLD. All right L, and the Texas house is laying out its plan for education funding, and Alan sky has the latest in an update from plano. He joins us now live, Alan. Yeah. The chairman of the Texas house public education committee. He's been meeting with superintendents in Collin county today. He's laid out the house's version of the public education Bill that would reduce Robin Hood recapture by thirty eight percent increase overall funding by nine billion dollars. Dan, hubert. He says many districts across the state have been calling Robin Hood unfair in the state is taking action. That's what we've been hearing from parents and people that live in the communities expect tax relief. But they want the money that they have staying within their communities, and he calls the reduction in Robin Hood, a good first step. He says he's met with superintendents who've been critical of the legislature and says many of them are jumping on board with this plan to this is a little bit different from the the the senate's plans to the house Texas house and Senate they're going to be coming together to to rectify their plans to come up with with one solid plan. Hubert. He says he hopes to get a final Bill passed by April live in plano, Allen sky, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD, man. Another major story had happened in New Zealand. Police across North Texas are stepping up patrols near mosques this after a deadly shooting at two mosques in New Zealand KRLD is Kristen Wisel has the latest plano police say they do plan to increase their presence around some local mosques out of an abundance of caution. However, they say there's nothing to indicate that any similar attack would happen here. Other Islamic centers in North Texas say they're left horrified and grieving after the shootings which left dozens dead and more injured the Richardson based Islamic association of North Texas says, regardless of faith, all peace loving people should stand together today against hate and violence that organization says they will make any needed arrangements to keep their worshippers safe. Kristen Wisel NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Secretary of homeland security is saying that this point there are no credible threats in the United States. But at least forty nine people are dead and another four dozen wounded in an attack on two mosques in Christ's church. New zealand. We'll have the very latest on that story coming. Up at ten twenty a special report from CBS, traffic.
"texas supreme court" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Would please raise your right hand, which you're doing you saw me swear that you will support and defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies. Foreign and domestic. That you will bear true, faith and allegiance to the same. That you take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion. And that you well and faithfully discharge their duties office, which you're about to enter so help you God. Madam speaker? So maybe that's what as your panic. Nancy Pelosi for two more years is speaker. Don't worry about it. We've been here before we've done that before it's great to have divided government. Once you've got provided. You've got the Senate give me the Senate and judges. All right. I saw the new makeup of the Senate Judiciary committee. We have on. They're not only a former Justice of the Texas supreme court, John Cornyn. We have on their Mike Lee Ted Cruz and now Josh Holly, those are three people who clerk for supreme court courts, Mike Lee clerk for Sam Alito. Ted Cruz clerked for Justice Rehnquist, Josh Holly clerk, chief Justice Roberts. So to quirks, the two chief justices and Mike Lee clerked for Justice Alito, those are three and we got Ben Sasse as well. PHD in history. I mean, it's great, and they added Marsha Blackburn and Joni Ernst yesterday. So the Republicans finally have women on the judiciary committee now Lindsey Graham, we'll sit way gavel men and get going. They can make up for the time that was lost because Jeff flake. Through a hissy fit and screwed is state. Maybe you're panic because you thought that Mitt Romney was going to be fighting with Donald Trump every day. I said that yesterday everybody overreacted that up at here's what Mitt Romney said yesterday cut number five. Working with the Republicans and Democrats working with the president members of the house and the Senate we'll have some differences, and I expect that each Senator east Representative will express their views as they think best. But I'm I'm not worried about what other people think about what I have to say..
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"Prevent a mass shooting like the one in sutherland springs now signs may be gone but the church policy has not changed open and concealed carry weapons are still prohibited inside church but that reminder is now going on a weekly bulletin instead of the signs posted at the church tony price goes to saint patrick's cathedral and says it might not be that easy to enforce a visitor somebody could maybe not read the bulletin before the service and be carrying them terry time still still peres one of the people who says taking down the scientists good idea he hopes it might discourage anybody tendrils shooter into thinking someone inside the church might still be carrying it'll fantasy football convention is going to be in fort worth next week for its two thousand eighteen gathering current former dallas cowboys on the celebrity list including zeke elliott dez bryant michael irvin convention comes as the organization affiliated with tony romo is now asking the texas supreme court to review a decision made in a lower court supporting the nfl's gambling policies the court fight began when the fantasy football group cancelled its two thousand fifteen convention you might remember that the fantasy league now says it wants the court to clear up what it calls ambiguity in the nfl gambling policy for the texas rangers they were able to hang on for a win and it was a big night for manager jeff bannister texas seven nothing early in detroit part of that was due to a monstrous joey gallo blast online and there's a high drive deep right field that is history cassiano didn't even move in that one clears the seats in straightaway right up onto the concourse i don't think i've ever seen a ball hit here one zero five three the fan the regions then held on for a seven five win over the tigers gallo described his homer this is able to kind of get the borough to it and this things that i've been working on paid off the starting to stay inside the ball a little bit ronald boos von also homered in jeff bannister became the fastest two three hundred wins as a region manager david rural newsradio ten eighty krld here about this the postal service us postal service is going to have to pay millions of dollars for a well a boo boo a mistake on a stamp they released one of those forever stamps with the wrong lady liberty on it a federal judge says the postal service those sculptor robert davidson three point five million dollars for using an image of the las vegas replica of the statue instead of the original sculpture by the time the postal service notice the mix up almost three billion stance had already been printed davidson brought a copyright infringement lawsuit against the government in twenty thirteen that is cbs's elaine key hano it's seven forty five traffic and weather together on the eighth or coming up about seven hours and fortyfive minutes ago the trade war officially began with the tariffs on both sides of us and china we'll talk with david johnson about that and more coming up us radio ten eighty krld is with the radio dot com app download it today and listen to us anytime anywhere hey you.
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"H update this morning's top stories sheriff seven fifty three now on newsradio seven forty ktar h two kidnapping suspects they've been arrested after trading gunfire with a family of one of their hostages this happened in northeast houston a third suspect got away texas supreme court justice don willett reportedly on a list of possible candidates to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy out with the old and in with old hillary clinton joe biden bernie sanders topping opole of the leading democratic presidential candidates for twenty twenty well no ideas over there more on these stories right now at ktar h dot com and coming up here at the top of the hour i live in missouri city your forecast is at the top of the hour seven forty ktar h biggest store in the last twenty four is obviously i think the retirement of anthony kennedy and the president getting to pick another supreme court justice which as i said the program this morning i think it was the number would certainly was the number one reason for me to vote for trump was to make sure that we're doing a good job of picking another supreme court justice course the democrats are going to fight this one tooth and nail but at a rally in north dakota last night here's what the president said about picking another supreme court justice and what his priorities are i remember this so we have to come up we have to pick a great one we have to pick one that's going to be there for forty years forty five years we need into elect we need so many things to go you know there's so many elements go into the making of a great justice of the supreme court you gotta hit every one of them heidi will vote no he pick we make for the supreme court you will be told to do so justice kennedy's retirement makes the issue of senate control one of the vital issues of our time the most important thing we can do democrats want judges who will rewrite the constitution anyway they want to do it and take away your second amendment erase your borders throw the jailhouse stores and destroy your freedoms we must elect more republicans we have to do that right right now it looks like we have a shortlist of at least twenty five possibilities for the next supreme court justice nominee this is the one he put out originally so the democrats had plenty of time to look over that list build up whatever amunition they're going to bring well we'll get you up date tomorrow morning seabright nearly five am with more houston's morning news so let's hear your idea for the new ad okay visualize this we start off with the camera zooming in on the houston pattern cutters logo as fades away we get an aerial shot showing three industrial buildings.
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"Your pain clear from inside out because everything you love is taken away come home there's your husband in you say appear but no tilton while the hearings went on the judge kept the children in protective custody away from their parents until dna tests were completed to make sure that all the children were given to a family member however in late april the court decided that the way of see ranch was an unfit environment for children and the f l d s kids who had been taken away were registered in the texas childcare system and place with temporary foster families it was a very stressful time for the children and families at the f l d s especially when it was revealed that the woman who had claimed to be 16yearold sarah was really a 33yearold colorado woman named rosete us swinton by may 2nd two thousand eight the case was crumbling the state of texas dropped its arrest warrant for dale barlow and the texas third quarter of appeals concluded that there had not been enough evidence of immediate danger to justify the removal of the f l d s children texas child protective services then stepped in to petition the a court not to overturn its decision to remove the miners from the uae at sea rach the agency came forward with photographs of worn jeff's kissing his 12yearold bride the texas supreme court ruled that the evidence submitted by the cps was not concrete enough the ordered that the children be returned to their families and by june 2nd the f l d s miners were being sent back to their homes but the raid wasn't a complete failure for law enforcement in their search should they discovered a 20minute audiotape that documented warren sexual assault of his twelve year old bride thanks to this and the evidence brought forth by the texas cps the state now had caused to open another investigation into warren and five other f l d s leaders on the suspicion of sexual assault and bigamy shortly after the raid in two thousand eight warne was brought to trial for the crimes he committed in arizona if convicted of the sex charges he would have had time added to his tend to life sentence.
"texas supreme court" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Since i still finally remember eating my lunch on a bench outside the texas state capital nearly every day i'm looking at the beautiful flowers that are planted there here's a bit of a legal trivia the texas court of criminal appeals is one of only two high courts that exclusively here's criminal cases in texas the texas supreme court here's only civil that is noncriminal cases while the court of criminal appeals is at the same level as the texas supreme court here's only criminal cases this explains why hernandez appeal directly from the cca to the us supreme court and did not go to the texas supreme court uh and then it follows with a plug for an episode idea and then cares this thanks for all you care thank you so much cara i am so glad that uh that we got see meal because i was actually curious about why the case had gone from the texas court of criminal appeals which just by its name suggests that it is that appeals court that would probably b michael a rung below a supreme court uh why had gone directly from that to the us supreme court so i was very glad to learn that reason which is one of those like details that i did not look up at the time because it was not completely pertinent or you're talking about so thank you so much carother riding in also feel free to ride in just to say hello we love those emails do yes indeed if you would like to write to us about this or any other podcast were history podcasthow stuff workscom.