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CVS, Walmart and Walgreens are responsible for role in opioid crisis, jury finds

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00:30 sec | 6 months ago

CVS, Walmart and Walgreens are responsible for role in opioid crisis, jury finds

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a jury holds three pharmacy chains responsible for their role in the opioid crisis a federal jury has returned a verdict against CVS Walgreens and Walmart pharmacies saying the recklessly distributed massive amounts of pain pills fueling the opioid crisis into Ohio counties in the lawsuit lake and Trumbull county's blamed the three chain pharmacies for not cutting off the flood of pills that caused hundreds of overdose deaths and cost each of the county's about one billion dollars according to their attorney damages

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

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"People are dead after a house fire in Trumbull County. Flames broke out early Friday morning at a House and Warren Eye. Witnesses report that they heard explosions coming from the back of the house, where firefighters believe the fire began. Two other people in that house and Warren suffered minor injuries. A city of Cleveland racked up close to 200 homicides in 2020 most in any year since 1982 that year there were 195 homicides. And Cleveland's population was about 33% higher than it is now, a city councilman in Cleveland told Cleveland dot com. There should be a wake up call about how serious this problem is. Akron had a record number of homicides last year. 50 of them in 2020 and the rubber City and Akron Police spokesman says there's no conclusive reason for the increase. He says it could be related to covert 19. But he also said there has been an unusually high number of Children killed. And there were multiple homicides in Akron involving multiple victims. Ohio State. Buckeyes will play for college football's national championship after their 49 28 upset win over Clemson last night. Here's Buckeyes Coach Ryan Day. This is a statement for us as a program to win a You know, See FP game, especially after what happened last year and to play the way we did. It means a lot for our program. Ohio State takes on Alabama a week from Monday. Cleveland, Brown said this warning that a member of their coaching staff is tested positive for covert 19. They're not saying who itwas the Browns say they will consult with the NFL's medical professionals on what to do next. Cleveland Browns already are doing contact tracing because of other positive tests. The rounds already had closed their practice facility in Maria. They are holding meetings virtually Leaving Browns will be hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers at first Energy Stadium in Cleveland tomorrow afternoon. I'm Tom Moore filling your news..

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"trumbull county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"trumbull county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Exposure and spread of the Corona virus. Kaya, Hoga, Clark and Hamilton counties or all at risk of falling into that category, but instead remain in the red Zone. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. Our system is designed To something the county goes to purple. It has to continue to accelerate. He has to continue to go up. What we've seen with Clark County in Hamilton, basically is that they plateau door did not see a significant increase. And not a significant enough increase to move to the purple level. Trumbull counties and our Trumbull County and ask Tabula in northeast Ohio, now in the red is well, bringing the total to 43 counties in the red throughout the Buckeye State like this covert numbers 3590 new cases yesterday with a 19 deaths, the total confirm case count. Approaching 352,000 plus Ohioans recovering from the virus in Kentucky, another record breaking Covad reports a 700 Suzanne Duval. In his briefing Thursday, Governor Beshear reported 1821 new case is the third highest day ever. 969 people are hospitalized 234 in the I C U and 120 on a ventilator. Positivity rate isn't 6.4%. I'm sorry. To report 19 additional Kentucky ins that we've lost. I had to read a lot of entries lately. And.

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12:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting 5 pharmacy chains failed to get opioid related lawsuits tossed lawsuits filed by 2 Ohio counties against pharmacy chain CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle can continue U. S. district judge Dan Polster rejected a motion from the chains to dismiss the lawsuit ruling in Ohio law allows lake and Trumbull county's 2 filed nuisance claims the county's content of the opioid dispensing practices of the 5 chains flooded their communities with nearly 130000000 oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between 2000 and 2014 Polster is overseeing more than 2000 lawsuits filed by local governments tribal authorities and others against companies they blamed for fueling an opioid epidemic hi Mike Rossio

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12:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting 5 pharmacy chains failed to get opioid related lawsuits tossed lawsuits filed by 2 Ohio counties against pharmacy chain CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle can continue U. S. district judge Dan Polster rejected a motion from the chains to dismiss the lawsuit ruling in Ohio law allows lake and Trumbull county's 2 filed nuisance claims the county's content of the opioid dispensing practices of the 5 chains flooded their communities with nearly 130000000 oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between 2000 and 2014 Polster is overseeing more than 2000 lawsuits filed by local governments tribal authorities and others against companies they blamed for fueling an opioid epidemic hi Mike Rossio

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Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting five pharmacy chains failed to get opioid related lawsuits tossed lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties against pharmacy chain CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle can continue U. S. district judge Dan Polster rejected a motion from the chains to dismiss the lawsuit ruling in Ohio law allows lake and Trumbull county's two filed nuisance claims the county's content of the opioid dispensing practices of the five chains flooded their communities with nearly one hundred thirty million oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between two thousand and twenty fourteen Polster is overseeing more than two thousand lawsuits filed by local governments tribal authorities and others against companies they blamed for fueling an opioid epidemic hi Mike Rossio

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Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Judge rejects pharmacy chains' bid to toss opioid suits

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting five pharmacy chains failed to get opioid related lawsuits tossed lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties against pharmacy chain CVS Walgreens rite aid Walmart and giant eagle can continue U. S. district judge Dan Polster rejected a motion from the chains to dismiss the lawsuit ruling in Ohio law allows lake and Trumbull county's two filed nuisance claims the county's content of the opioid dispensing practices of the five chains flooded their communities with nearly one hundred thirty million oxy code own and hydrocodone pills between two thousand and twenty fourteen Polster is overseeing more than two thousand lawsuits filed by local governments tribal authorities and others against companies they blamed for fueling an opioid epidemic hi Mike Rossio

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"trumbull county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"trumbull county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Go to the new map. Dr. Thomas talked Explain this, I think did a very, very good job. And what you'll see is there's good news and there's bad news and so let's start with with some good news. You'll see. Able to Callie. Butler County. The whole county. Are still red, but they're off What we call the wash list off the watch list. Um, that would lead us going towards purple. So that is that is good news and I'll go through each 11 of these counties. Also good news that Trumbull County Trouble counting. The Mahoney Valley has dropped down one notch as well. We certainly hope that People in trouble. County will continue to wear mask. Ah, but that is a new That that's the good news. Um we have bad news is is well, but what we saw, for example, in Hamilton County Hamilton, can I just talk for a moment about Hamilton County because More people were in mass. Ah, by every count, everyone I talked to her. I just got off the phone with the health commissioners from throughout the state of Ohio. You also had in Hamilton County the business and have the business community coming together. Problem Gamble, um, supplying mask their mask on campaign. So a lot of good things coming together in Hamilton County as forest people wearing masks and becoming more con isn't becoming mohr. Aware of the social distancing and so what you really have seen. Ah, is You know the level was going up. That level may now be approaching. I'm not sure it's quite there yet, but it may now be approaching a plateau. So still the high level. Spot slow on that increase down and that's why you see with, uh The Hamilton County, for example, They're not not in fact moving up and we've taken them off the watch list. Ah, a new county. Unfortunately, let's go over to Athens, Adams County. Ah Athens County. Um Situation there is rapidly accelerated. With isolated outbreaks that have resolved from a concerning community spread. Ah Athens County has more covert 19 cases in the last two weeks. And they've had over the entire time of the pandemic. Really shocking. People visiting their doctors were covered. 19 symptom have skyrocketed, gone up by 700% over the last three weeks. Local health officials reportedly stry outbreaks at local bars, all of which of temporary closed. Due to their staffs having cases So I talked to the health director today. Health director described that area right downtown has been a huge, huge problem Problem area. We'll go up to Allen County, Northwest Ohio. Large surge had a surge of 76 cases over the last two weeks. This is not just from increased testing is more and more Allen County residents are seeking care from their doctors. On from the Arbor covered 19 symptoms. Early indicators ah, that Dr Thomas talked about. Local officials have noted isolated outbreaks in a restaurant and other workplace. Allen County has reached a tipping point regarding this virus hitting majority of our indicators. Delaware County. We're seeing a surge of cases Delaware County in central Ohio. Delaware County with 174,000 residents. Has had 233 cases over the last two weeks. Just for an interesting comparison. This is Mohr than the entire country of Ireland. Population 4.9 million had over the same period of time. Over the last three weeks. We've seen the amount of people going to the doctor with Kovar. 19 symptoms in Delaware County double This is why Delaware County is true. And so many of our indicators. Local officials also Note the number of travelers who have contracted the virus they think, while in Florida and coming back from Florida, also in central Heil looking county. Licking county is in a similar situation to almost all of central Ohio Looking county, with 166,000 residents has had a surge of 159 cases or the last two weeks. Some cases have come from long term care facilities. Almost 3/4 of the cases have come from outside, outside congregate settings indicating significant community spread in the county. Local officials also note a small outbreak in a house of worship. Look who's counting. Lucas County eyes a higher populated county, obviously, but their numbers have moved into an area of concern with 393 cases over the last two weeks. The average number of cases is more than quadrupled over the last three weeks. Your visits have doubled. People seeing their doctor with symptoms have tripled. Lucas County has reached again a tipping point, local officials noted outbreak in a long term care facility. As well as at a recent funeral. Richland County. And panty is also now Red County. They've seen their daily case average double over the last few weeks. While is a smaller county, 124,000 resident ritual county has had more cases over the last two weeks, the entire than the entire nation of Jamaica. Population 2.9 million. More and more Richmond County residents are seeing their doctor and go into the for symptoms. Ah, these signs all point to Richland County, reaching a critical stage in this pandemic. Local officials note outbreaks associate with a restaurant. At a birthday party in addition to multiple long term care facilities. A silent accounting. Sheldon, Ohio. Seymour cases in the last two weeks than has over the course of the rest of the pandemic. More cases in the last two weeks that has seen over the course of the rest of the pandemic. Almost all these new cases were from Outside congregants settings not in congregate settings, indicating widespread community spread. More people are going to the doctor and being diagnosed with Corona virus,.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"trumbull county" Discussed on WTVN

"Tvn into the news booth for the big story Here is Alison Wyatt, he says. This is clearly a public health emergency as Ohio sees an increase in new Corona virus cases. Today, the governor is asking the Ohio Department of Health to issue an order requiring facemasks to now be mandatory in seven of Ohio's hard East hit counties. Last week. We talked about Franklin County, and we made a point of Franklin County. I was Ah, Red County but also that it was fast approaching the next level, which would be the highest level a level four. Montgomery County Butler, Hamilton Franklin, Here on K Hoga and Trumbull County all remain at Level three under the governor's color, coded for level County by county Corona Virus Alert system. That system means that level three C's very high exposure and spread in Franklin County, and you're asked to limit your activities as much as possible, as Ohio does attempt to reopen after Corona virus shutdowns and a rise in current Covad 19 cases in the state. Cedar Point may be opening up to health and safety restrictions bore summertime visitors. But Jet Express the water taxi says they will not be opening their Sandusky. It's Cedar Point and Kelly's Island ports all summer due to the pandemic, the company insights their inability to properly sanitized and socially distance the passengers once onboard and while waiting in the queue. Major League Baseball released their new schedule this weekend. The Cincinnati Reds air set to start the shortened 2020 season on July 24th. They'll play the Detroit Tigers at Great American Ballpark in the first game of a three game Siri's.

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Newsradio 700 WLW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"trumbull county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Report on MapReduce breaking now governor to wines daily corona virus update bringing major announcements this afternoon including the closing of Ohio schools K. through twelve children the state will have an extended spring break spring break will be of duration of three weeks and we will review it at the end of last the closing begins Tuesday runs through April third the Kentucky governor now recommending tonight that all public and private K. through twelve schools close starting Monday for two weeks there are now five people confirmed with a corona virus in Ohio the latest case in Trumbull county where a man is hospitalized in Warren these numbers are just going to continue to grow and we know that these confirm that numbers are only a small fraction of the individuals who are infected already in the state of Ohio governor also banning gatherings of one hundred people or more which applies to arenas theaters festivals and parades Major League Baseball has canceled spring training immediately and will delay the start of the season for at least two weeks the March sadness continues as the N. C. A. A. has been has called off the tournament for both men and women the Ohio primary next Tuesday is still on the phone so this is a great opportunity with early voting for people have the opportunity to go vote I'll pick a time of the day it might not be as many people for holding this election is right that we do so support for our country to move forward governor DeWine Ohio's primary next Tuesday not canceled it is still on let's check the roads now the latest traffic.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

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"Northeast Ohio school district taking action try and make the hall safer brook field schools located in Trumbull county have hired a new school resource officer who will be patrolling the halls beginning Monday the move approved by the school board members this past week the goal to get you to to keep children safe especially in the wake of more mass shootings popping up across the country the current contract is just for one year but the school district is working with the local police departments sheriff's office to extend that contract that's Kyle Cornell reporting a Ross county woman is pleading not guilty to charges of animal cruelty after her horse was discovered in a state of neglect Rebecca snows pleaded innocent her horse Charlie was removed after the animals found tied to a tree in the rain with no shelter and he was almost two hundred and fifty pounds under is proper weight in Akron a woman is now charged in the twenty twelve killing of a mother and army veteran Erica's the Franco arrested earlier this week body of Ashley Biggs was found in a cornfield in June of twenty twelve and police accused the Franco and her ex boyfriend Chad Cobb in her death they say Biggs was lowered from her job before she was murdered Shelby's chief of police speaking out after an on going investigation after a police officer was seen running over a rabid raccoon with his cruiser lance combs says he was asking the Richland County sheriff's office to look into the van and determine if the officer involved should be criminally charged officer decided to run it over instead of shoot it since he was in a residential area the animal was run over two times city of Cleveland.

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10:27 min | 2 years ago

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"Reasons why. Taylor swift is still talking about Kanye west right down yes she is she's talking about him and we wonder why like come on you just got to move on from there come on she was interviewed about it and she said well about it first of all it happened ten years ago ten years ago we had a major reform and so everything that went on with that you know we do know that they recorded conversations of her you know and that was sort of a back handed I would say so she is saying that Kanye west is to face in an interview. yeah. she said she got really sick of the dynamic between him and herself and there on an all on again off again friendship at ended forget in two thousand sixteen when Kim released a recording of the call so that's what really sealed the deal it wasn't just based on what happened on that phone call and with that song was kind of a chain reaction to things she said yes so anyway it's just like yeah we get it I think everybody kinda knows if you know the story which was all over the place you know. we know that that wasn't cool for them to do that nobody should be recorded somebody else and not telling them then put you know and put putting it out there it's just a crappy thing to do and so we know that they're in the wrong for that I don't really feel like she needs to address this anymore if I was asked about it I would just say. hi I just you know I'm done I've moved on from that yeah so Jennifer Aniston does when they're like so what about you and Brad Pitt. do you think this. yeah election what do you think don't don't you think this makes Taylor looked more caddy Connie it's it's more of a net negative for tea than it is for K. that she's holding onto a land you know he's he's so so much to celebrate right now I'm not sure exactly how this whole whole thing came down maybe you're the rolling stones maybe the interviewer just kept like pounding with the question that's one thing but it doesn't sound like that she just kind of. just offered up this info and instead of just saying yeah you know that happened moving on yeah because it really just she she likes to rehash old wounds a lot well I noticed in she does use the first song so it helps or not. that's great she also goes into why she wanted the respect from him I wanted so badly the respect from him and I hate that about myself that I was like this guy who's antagonizing me I just want his approval so then we go to dinner and stuff I was so happy because he would say really nice things about my music I just felt like I was healing some childhood rejection or something from when I was nineteen. now all eyes Taylor swift was not a reject in high school she was super popular. also a myth yeah. popular just like the most popular girl. you know saying in having a guitar and she always makes it seem like it was just a nerd no he was. hello all show in high school. her parents had money you know she wasn't bullied it's just a lot of people from high school well said that's not the way it was at all. well I don't mind and I think it's. it's I. A. indicative it's smart to write about what you know is what writer say I don't I don't mind if she puts her life stories in our songs that's what song writers do yeah but then but then did to Disney moan and groan and moan and groan but the same thing for ten years I mean I do that on the show but I'm that's. but you know the man Leslie drivers but you know what I mean I I did it makes her look more caddy and then I I I don't think I don't think Connie a I don't think Connie a things as much about Taylor swift as Taylor swift thinks about Connie Hey you know I I I don't yeah she's leaving him a lot of. trying to say right no that's true but the the thing before she's talked about you know the high school rejection the wanting to be to have approval by Kanye west into you know kind of did not feel rejected by him I can I can see that is pretty relatable yeah I see that it yeah such a respected producer I mean definitely definitely at the time especially maybe now you know who knows you know depending on how you feel about him but you know you still we sought to give it up that he's yes musically talented and so too you know to to hear that I was like okay I get that I can see how that can you know right there maybe not the you know the high school wounds or whatever depending on the Monte they say but still come on. I know world world what. this isn't necessarily the biggest story of the day but guess what guess what lex what's what nine one one one there was another hot air balloon incident down all the just saw this yeah I just saw this on the tweeters in that commercial break you know how I feel about hair hot air balloon cell I don't how do you. but you were gone that's right don you were gone when we had the first breaking news about this there's a hot air balloon that cracks remember that lex last week when brother rob that's right January. round yeah. injured yeah a lot of people in that like twelve people up in there would you. blacks dawn listen download a listener there's a hot air balloon pilot was forced to make an emergency landing San Diego neighborhood yesterday city councilman mark of Kirstie captured the unscheduled stop on his cell phone if we cursing noted that this was the second incident in a year he gave the pilot credit for doing a nice job of putting it down the parking lot and just missed some houses thankfully nobody was hurt no no no one was hurt all use it still a hot air balloon landing on the coldest sack what would you do if I told you that I have done a skydive out of a hot air balloon. yeah. I have. hi Angie sat right over the side it's very peaceful. well wow that is. hi. yeah while listing is pull your parachute you know. yeah they can go pretty high wow yeah that is. more than once nope just one time I mean I was actually pretty expensive but we all kinda pooled our money together the three of us in in part of a skydiving convention thing where they did all kinds of stuff they are like you jump out with a bunch of people and you had a couch well it's an inflatable county I'll try to write on it all the way down. it's called couch surfing is the is the converse all fine and there's so many crazy things guy that restrained do. well I guess is. I have to and then you've got a guy video when you're on a raft in the sky it's fun. you worry about leaning on that inflatable you don't have to worry about so you know landing in the basket. right across the ground. may give you another headline. are you ready yeah there was a perfect way to end the big **** news stories segment here we go. two Amish men escape police after being pulled over for do you why in a buggy no are they gonna be in trouble who was in the the Islamic I'm reading this not only went on talking about if they already know that with god and the devil well let me just I'm reading the story because the I can't write can't add live this better than the writing here here we go picture this to Amish men drinking alcoholic beverages while operating a horse and buggy caring a twelve pack of Michelob ultra and outfitted with a giant stereo system aha. the Trumbull county sheriff's department in Ohio say that's exactly what they witnessed during a routine patrol in the county's Amish community the deputy came across the men while on patrol in the early morning hours is the very September fifteenth twenty ten to stop and question them about drinking and driving they leave dot of the buggy and disappeared into the woods. what. the horse pulling the buggy also took off with the Michelob ultra that's right I'm just talking about the middle of all trouble the horse did take off the. about their buggies with stereo systems and stuff wouldn't kill my device there are some of these actually be that boom box let's go and see it but isn't there so there's certain portions of the Amish community they they can't deal technology right I'm right on that yeah well if it's hot Dan John the connection and then I dread yeah I'm not either yeah they're stricter. no drinking now this strike you yeah the issues that we have Alison still in our being Michelob ultra is what I'm more concerned about it being but that's fine. there are not make you know I thought you were just joking. that is that's why I wanted to read it word for word that is in the C. N. N. K.. that is in the copy of the news stories. yeah I'm is drink beer and the hard liquor. all right now well he you why buggy. that's that's the sport so confused. the beer used to drunk drivers okay yeah maybe told you it was the biggest story of the day. forty two everybody project down and dirty masterpiece. it's taking place October twenty third to the twenty fifth of the Minneapolis college of art design he chose to become an artist and we're gonna sell our creations.

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02:34 min | 3 years ago

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"Is an association of independent locally operated Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies, your station for news, traffic and weather in central Ohio. Newsradio six ten WTVN Columbus. I heart radio station giving her Mike dewine unveiling new technology this week to help you. Get through the, the big story eleven o'clock on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Allison, Wyatt, traffic, and weather every ten minutes on the ten some TempStar heating and cooling products. Moving up to speed for you right now. There's a crash on stellar at mccutchen. Also, roadwork has the six seventy east ramp to sixty two east blocked off, and there's construction closing down growth port road in between Bixby an alum creek drive traffic from TempStar and classic air. I'm Pat Butler on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. If you're doing any digging this weekend, Columbia, gas reminds you to call eight one, one by Wednesday to have your utility lines Mark, so you don't under any hidden surprises. It's free. It's easy. It's the law. I'm ABC six. First warning meteorologists Jim. All overcast, very, very muggy. And of course, on and off downpours, the Safdar noon, diminishing tonight, and then returning late tomorrow and Thursday, seventy eight today, sixty seven tonight and seventy nine tomorrow. Whether powered by the basement doctor, eighties, seventy in Lancaster, seventy at your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN the new virtual system called get in line online, less customer. Save their spot in line. Before they even leave the house Neo hi. OB MVP online check in program is being tested at a handful of B. M V offices and governor Mike dewine says it will cut down on those unbearable wait times cleanup efforts resume today where tornadoes touched down northeast Ohio over the weekend. The national weather service confirms to e f one twisters with one hundred mile per hour winds. Touchdown in Trumbull county on Sunday flooding is the greatest risk to people across the state today soon NAMI warnings are being issued after a powerful earthquake Ronald northern north western Japan. The six point eight magnitude earthquake took place off the western coast and NAMI warning for a soon NAMI as high as four feet has been predicted along the northwestern coach. Post Montgomery County says the city of Dayton is lagging in developing a plan to address water. Contamination county leaders say they've waited for almost a year for Dayton to create a testing plan. And now they want the Ohio PA to step in, but county and city leaders say, however, Dayton's water is safe,.

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02:17 min | 3 years ago

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"News Radio six ten WTVN. Allison Wyatt, the Ohio State University board of trustees voted today to take away an honor from a former doctor the full board of trustees voted unanimously to revoke the marital status of Dr Richard Strauss, a I in university history, the doctor was allowed the honor upon his retirement in nineteen ninety eight despite the fact that university had documented complaints of sexual abuse from students. ABC six is luanne Wednesday said at the trustees meeting today university president, Michael Drake, also announced the creation of a task force that will handle sexual abuse cases on college campuses here in Ohio and across the country. Twenty twenty presidential candidate honored and Ohio war hero today, honoring Trumbull county soldier who was killed during World War, Two with the purple heart congressman and democratic presidential hopeful Tim Ryan on Thursday presented the medal to the family of private first class. Joseph, Chico, specifically presenting the medal to his. Brother, John, who served in Korea after Joseph's death in nineteen forty four I'm Jack crumley and starting tonight you can pay for parking with the park, Columbus app in the arena district. The city is bringing the app to thirty two meters and three kiosks throughout the district. The city launched it in the short north back in December. WTVN sport timers bogey on nine cost in the lead heading into the weekend at the memorial tournament joins Troy Merritt, and kyong-hoon Lee at nine under after two rounds another really focusing on the result right now, which is very nice. You know I don't it's not like did not kill. Of course you care. But right now, I tried to folks and other things for me, personally more important than just the quick results. Jordan Spieth to back at eight under. There's a group of six that sits at seven hundred Tiger Woods is eight shots back of the lead to under the third round gets underway, Saturday morning in football news, five star wide receiver Julian funding committed to the buckeyes earlier today. The six to white out from Pennsylvania, is the six overall prospect in the class of twenty twenty in soccer. The Columbus Crew or back at mafia stadium for the first three match homestand crew SC battle New York City f c at seven thirty it's the final game for all star, goalies Stephan. He's off to play for Manchester City in the English Premier League. Crewe midfielder for the Rico Eguaveon will miss the rest of the season with ACL reconstruction and an NBA news..

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02:42 min | 3 years ago

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"Body near orient Thursday could be connected to another recent crime. ABC sixes, Lexus bogus. John Jenkins juniors. Considered a person of interest, South America hankins, along with Rachel Sipple were arrested Tuesday after Jenkins allegedly tried to rob a gas station. On west broad street. A police officer fired shots Jenkins as the pair fled going on chase that would end up in Arlington police from zanesville recalled to the area near old Harrisburg road. The body hasn't been positively identified yet, but Elizabeth Alvarez went missing from her home on Wednesday in a unanimous vote, Thursday committee of the Ohio State University board of trustees voted to remove the emeritus status. A former athletics physician, Dr Richard Strauss. A report of an independent investigator, Dr Strauss sexually abused. Nearly two hundred student athletes while working for various athletic teams over a twenty year period. Ohio states also facing several lawsuits as a result of the report, claiming the university new, the abuse was occurring. But didn't stop it along overdue honor for a war hero, honoring Trumbull county soldier who was killed during World War, Two with the purple heart congressman and democratic presidential hopeful Tim Ryan on Thursday presented the medal to the family of private first class. Joseph, Chico, specifically, presenting the medal to his brother, John who served in Korea after Joseph's death in nineteen forty four I'm Jack crumley state officials want to federal government's help and tallying the damage from this week's tornado outbreak. The Ohio emergency management agency FEMA to perform a preliminary damage assessment yesterday as pursue financially for victims and governments Monday superstorm, spun nineteen twisters, including one in Montgomery County that was upgraded yesterday to an e four two hundred mile an hour winds. Police in Solan releasing the body Cam footage showing aftermath of very slow speed chase last week. Cops say they pulled over Andre Frizzell for expired plates may twenty fifth. But he's slowly drove away, eventually stop and had to be pulled from the car by frustrated officers. Police say result followed all traffic laws during the pursuit, and even used his turn signal stirs with fleeing alluding. Resisting driving under suspension and expired plates. Following announced tariff some Mexican imports. Mexico's president sending his top diplomats negotiate in Washington DC, the Trump administration sanctions are response to illegal immigration from Mexico in a letter to Trump Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Oberdorf slammed, Trump's America first policy, calling it a fallacy because ultimately, quote Justice universal for turn ity will prevail, and quote the scripts national spelling bee making history by crowning, an astounding eight co champion Jacques barely told the competitors at the end of round seventeen that the judges were running out of words hard enough to challenge the remaining competitors. We're throwing the dictionary,.

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

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"News. The on alert for possibly dangerous leather tonight. There is a severe. Thunderstorm watch posted by the national weather service from north of Cincinnati to Dayton, Columbus. And Cleveland areas in it lasts until nine o'clock tonight. No violence reported at a rally after noon in Dayton by group connected to the KKK hundreds of counter protesters showed up, and there were police officers from around the state, providing security, the body of a missing. Trumbull county teenager has now been found Warren police say seventeen year old Brian Allah's body was found the holding river may twenty-first. Hey, Allah, who had last been seen in Howland township was reported missing back on may second investigation into why Alouette missing the first place continues. I'm Tom Cornell after spending most of the week at the negotiating table. Mercy health still doesn't have a deal with striking nurses union strike at the Toledo hospitals about three weeks old this week mercy health offered or. Reduced on call hours limit insurance. Deductibles and pay workers up to forty hours for any PTO used for the strike. The Salvation Army is giving away produce to the needy and Cleveland, they say they will be hosting several giveaways, this summer, and all residents need to do is bring an ID to get that food the first giveaway is going to be next Friday at the Selvi army on east ninety third street in Cleveland, dozens of greater Cincinnati restaurants, and food trucks are sharing their best dishes, this weekend taste of Cincinnati runs today, tomorrow and tonight along fifth street across the river, from Cincinnati, the Newport aquarium celebrating the birth of a baby shark.

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860AM The Answer

12:31 min | 3 years ago

"trumbull county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"But up in New York, I'm sure it's the air is always cleaning breeze. Brad Stevens columnist for the New York Times you often see him on MSNBC and network with which we both are affiliated Brett good morning. Thank you for joining me. Good morning. It's pretty grey and cloudy here to the allergy season is bad. It's bad Brett, I want to go up to thirty thousand feet before we come down to ten thousand feet and Donald Trump. Here are the events of the last two years, Brexit. The surprise election of Donald Trump, the wind by Netanyahu that was a long larger than expected Scott Morrison stunning win in Australia. And today as we talk Mody, and India is winning a huge landslide and Theresa May's about to be ousted by her party. Do you see anything, connecting Brexit? Trump Morrison and Mody as well as the fall of may. Well, I think it's it hasn't been a good seasons for technocrats. It has been a good season for what used to be the. The people who thought they were entitled to rule in voters victory was more expected. But it's worth remembering that he belongs to the PC upstart party. I mean, congress party was was the ruling party of India for so many for so many decades. So there's just a great deal of public disenchantment with that is, quote, politics. And, and some of it has been for the good and some, you know, quite as much. I think you just summarize it in the way that you usually do. It hasn't been a good season for people who think they are entitled to rule. I've put it this way election favoring candidate toured speaking out against elites and on behalf of people far removed from the power, what Michael Brown calls the classic countryside versus the capital contest. Do you agree with that? Well, I mean, it's a huge sweep that you're talking about here and reminded of Tolstoy's, great line that happy families are like the same way at all unhappy. Or are unhappy and their own ways. Yes. Lucked into come to the kind of sweeping conclusions that you're making but we do have data points. Right. And so each one of the data put I hesitate to throw air to one in there, because I don't know if I can say his are free and fair elections. But everyone else Brexit, Trump Morrison Mody those are free and fair election. Where's a country example, Brett and Canada's going to have their reckoning soon? Of a technocrat winning or an appeal to elites, I think it's mccrone and what has happened to him. Well, it's I mean, that's, that's exactly what I was gonna say Macron Merckel was reelected for a fourth time. I'll be very weekly and it's true that you could've added to your list, the election of the of the president of Mexico of left-wing populace. I didn't think. A right wing populace election of populist in, in Italy. You know, part of this. I mean obviously is, is that there's been a kind of a fatal distancing from the use of fatal distancing violates from kind of the views of, of normal people, especially when it comes to pocketbook issues. I mean Macron's troubles really began when he sought to impose a what at. On the surface seem like a slight tax on French energy consumers aghast. That was the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back for all sorts of people who've outside of the city. Don't take public transportation aren't on the metros and depend on their cars to get from here to there one way. I've thought about it, you and see if this resonates with you. And again, I'm generalizing grossly, but there are two economies in the western world. There's an economy of people who produce words you're in that Connie. I'm economy academics. Our eurocrats are lawyers. Are we come out with words, and there's an economy, people who produce? And words economy. Thanks, the United States, the first amendment largely unregulated Connie, we don't feel the heavy hand of government. Economy, people who are, you know, whatever it is whether airplanes which it's or manufacturers, you know, go down the line. We're being suffocated in a land of, of government regulation restriction, taxes, and so on. Stuff economy. Part of what's happened is the stuff economy has revolted against the words comedy bread. I not only do I agree with you. I have been saying the same thing far less eloquently than you just did for years about Silicon Valley, that they don't know what a regulated Konomi is because they are in as you say the word Konami, they produce Facebook and platforms that are unregulated protected by the first amendment. So they really don't know what it is that people who are, for example, land developers who I used to represent when I practice law have to deal with every single day. Now it brings us to this question Tom Nichols, a very smart guy. Teachers, the war college. He wrote a book the death of expertise, the campaign against established knowledge, and why it matters night, don't often agree with Tom, but I do believe there is an enormous reaction against self empowering experts that is those people who declare themselves to be experts when they're not. And they're certainly a huge blowback against bureau. Accuracy, do you think that's an international movement or just the United States? You have to distinguish between experts and experts, right? I mean, there are people as you put it self self proclaimed experts who told us very confidently. Hillary Clinton stood a whatever was eighty nine ninety two percent chance of winning the election. And so on their people, they're all sorts of people who, who claim an expertise yawn. What, what they're, they're really qualified to do. And I think there was a revolt to get that kind of expert, this, which was really just a sort of setup came out to combination of an assertion of a right to rule. Fuss degree. I do think and I do worry about another kind of death of expertise, which is sort of genuine, loathing for everything that goes by the word lead. And it comes attached with genuine of, of, of certain subjects and, and are always, I think struck. With that because there's the principal legitimacy lies with, with popularity. But there's also a principal. Excellent that goes with a sense of, of having train to dose something, whether it's engineering or medicine or whatever it might be. There is a classic distinction. I think between expertise in the hard sciences and self appointed experts in the soft sciences, or in public policy. Let me the concrete example, Brett, I'm from Warren, Ohio. It's the heart of blue collar America United Auto Workers United steel workers, etc. Suffered dramatically over forty years in the year two thousand Trumbull county Ohio voted six fifty nine percent for Albor in the year two thousand and four it voted sixty percent for John Kerry in two thousand eight and two thousand twelve President Obama got sixty one percent of the vote in Trumbull county and in two thousand sixteen Trumbull county blue collar union Trumbull county voted fifty two percent for Donald Trump. That's the second swing county in America. What do you think happened? Do you think it's enduring? Part of what happened is that the Democratic Party became increasingly alienated from and hostile to the interests of especially white working class. America analysis is hardly new to me, but I think it began with Obama's famous line in two thousand eight about clinging to guns. And we'll of course, Hillary's astonishing line about, you know, deplorable deplorable people, and so you have a Democratic Party that likes to talk about having the best interest of the working class at heart, but rarely doesn't quite frankly, if I may say my hometown now best example, xactly that we had a remarkable deal you could point to all kinds of problems with it. But to bring Amazon second headquarters to a borough of New York to, to log, queens. Queensboro it would have created an extraordinary number of jobs, and who killed it, it was killed by people like Cortez, who claim to be democratic socialist claims to have the interest of the working class chiefly in mind or you know, to some extent by our mayor Bill to Blasio. So there is this stateful disconnected. The Democratic Party has inflicted on it. So by sort of speaking in one way, but the 'having I in quite another, it's hard to see how never mind the people who worked at Amazon, all the associated businesses all the day goes all the little shops that sprung up around the headquarters. Had it come here are better off without without Amazon being present. And this, by the way in, in other in other reporting, I saw somewhere, you know, someone said, well, socialized, if, if getting socialized medicine or Medicare for all cost two billion job. Well, Soviet and I thought, well this. Author is probably not going to be one of those people who's going to be losing his job in the event. This transformation that being promised. That's a real problem. And I think if, if, if whether it's, it's, it's labor rights in, in Australia, or, or in Democrats, the United States, don't get that they're going to continue losing of losing their own astonishment and surprise last question Brett, we're out of time. Do you think the latest showdown that began in the rose garden yesterday between President Trump and the Democrats is just another chapter in a story that began in two thousand fifteen or back with Brexit or is it an entirely different book? No. I think it's the same book at this point, I think that Trump is has been fairly cleverly. Fading, Democrats, they've been they've been taking the bait. And if you've been hearing me on MSNBC urging them not to do, so the, the willingness of, of Democrats, take advice from never-trumpers like they is understandably limited. But I think if you just follow the way that the president behaves there is there is a method to this. And, and I wish they would listen to be, but, you know, we'll see Brett thank you for joining me. Always follow him at and New York Times. Brad stevens. That's at actually I got that reverse at Bret with one T Stevens N, Y T at Brett won t Stevens, ph n y t. It's always, I think what's going on. Here is is just an exposing around the globe. People are sick and tired of being told what to do. We like liberty we like freedom, but don't like to be told how to live, we don't want to be told where to do our job in the Amazon wants to go to queens and the elites of queens barred from doing so breakfast, said, that's a very bad sign for the Democratic Party. Let me give you a good sign now for our friends at the job, creators, network, freedom to work dot com. We do want to work, one of the people groups that is most seriously injured by the over-regulation of the economy are people who all occupational licenses, whether it's teaching credentials or hairdressing licenses are barber shops, or whatever it is paralegals indeed all of them. They have to pass tests to work. And if they're a military spouse in their husband gets transferred. They find themselves up against a new requirement to.

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860AM The Answer

12:35 min | 3 years ago

"trumbull county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Studio inside of the beltway voice a little strange because of allergies down here in DC. But up in New York, I'm sure it's the air is always cleaning breeze, Brad Stevens columnist for the New York Times you often see him on MSNBC and network with which we both are affiliated Brett, good morning. Thank you for joining me. Morning. It's pretty great cloudy here to the allergy season is bad. It's bad Brett, I wanna go up to thirty thousand feet before we come down to ten thousand feet and Donald Trump. Here are the events of the last two years, Brexit. The surprise election of Donald Trump, the win by Netanyahu that was longer larger than expected, Scott Morrison stunning win in Australia. And today as we talk Mody, and India is winning a huge landslide and Theresa May's about to be ousted by her party. Do you see anything, connecting Brexit? Trump Morrison and Mody as well as the fall of may. Well, I think it's it hasn't been a good season for technocrats. It has been a good season. For what used to be the, the people who thought they were entitled to rule in victory was more expected. But it's worth remembering that he belongs to the PC, upstart party, congress party was was the ruling party of India for so many for so many decades. So there's there's just a great deal of public disenchantment with politics, and, and some of it has been for the good and some not quite as much. I think you just summarize it in the way that you usually do. It hasn't been a good season for people who think they are in titled to rule, I've put it this way election favoring candidate tour, speaking out against elites. And on behalf of people far removed from the power or what Michael Brown calls the classic countryside versus the capital contest with that. Well, you know, you I mean it's a huge sweep that you're talking about here and reminded of Tolstoy's, great line that happy families are like the same way at all unhappy or are unhappy in in, in their own ways. Yes. To come to the kind of sweeping conclusion that you're making. But would you have data points? Right. And so each one of the data put I hesitate to throw air to one in there, because I don't know if I can say his are free and fair elections. But everyone else Brexit, Trump Morrison Mody those are free and fair election. Where's the country example Brett and Canada's going to have their reckoning soon of a technocrat winning or an appeal to elites? I think it's mccrone and what has happened to him. Well, it's. Macron Merckel was reelected for a fourth time, I'll be a very weakly and it's true that you could've added to your list the election of the of the president of Mexico of left wing populace, I didn't think. A right wing populist, the election of populist in, in Italy. You know, part of this. I mean obviously is, is that there's been a kind of fatal distancing from the use of, of fatal distancing violates from kind of the views of, of normal people, especially when it comes to pocketbook issues. I mean Macron's troubles really began when he sought to impose a at on the surface. Tax on French energy consumers a gas tax. That was the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back for all sorts of people who live outside of the city. Don't take public transportation aren't on the metros and depend on their cars to get from here to there one way. I've thought about it, you and see if this resonates with you. And again, I'm generalizing grossly, but. Economies in the western world. There's an economy of people who produce words, you're in that Konami economy. Academics. Our eurocrats are lawyers. Are we come out with words, and there, there's an economy of people who produce? And words economy, thanks, at least in the United States, the first. Largely unregulated Connie we don't feel the heavy hand of government. Economy, people who are, you know, whatever it is whether airplanes which it's or manufacturers, you know, go down the line. We're being suffocated in a land of, of government regulation restriction, taxes, and so on. Konami part of what's happened is economy has revolted against the words, a comedy bread. I not only do I agree with you. I have been saying the same thing far less eloquently than you just did for years about Silicon Valley, that they don't know what a regulated conomy is because they are in as you say the word economy, they produce Facebook and platforms that are on regulating protected by the first amendment. So they really don't know what it is that people who are, for example, land developers who I used to represent when I practice law have to deal with every single day. Now it brings us to this question. Tom Nichols, a very smart guy to the war college. He wrote a book the death of expertise, the campaign against established knowledge and why it matters. Now, I don't often agree with Tom, but I do believe there is a in the norm ass- reaction against self empowering experts that is those people who declare themselves to be experts when they're not. And they're certainly a huge blowback against bureau. Accuracy, do you think that's an international movement or just the United States? Distinguish between experts and experts, right? I mean, there are people as you put it self self proclaimed experts who told us very confidently. Hillary Clinton stood a whatever was eighty nine ninety two percent chance of winning the election. And so on their people, they're all sorts of people who, who claim an expertise yawn. What, what they're, they're really qualified to do. And I think there was a revolt to get that kind of expertise, which was really just a sort of setup came out to combination of an assertion of a right to rule degree. I do think and I do worry about another kind of death of expertise, which is sort of genuine, loathing for everything that goes by the word lead. And it comes attached with genuine of, of, of certain subjects and, and democracies are always, I think struck. With that because there's the principal legitimacy lies with, with popularity. But there's also a principal. Excellent that goes with a sense of, of, of having train to dose something, whether it's engineering or medicine or, or whatever it might be. There is a classic distinction between expertise in the hard sciences and self appointed experts in the soft sciences, or in public policy. Let me give you a concrete example Brett. I'm from Warren, Ohio. It's, it's the heart of blue collar America. United Auto Workers. United Steelworkers, etc. Suffered dramatically over forty years in the year two thousand Trumbull county Ohio voted six fifty nine percent for Al Gore in the year two thousand and four it voted sixty percent for John Kerry in two thousand eight two thousand twelve President Obama got sixty one percent of the vote in Trumbull county and in two thousand sixteen Trumbull county blue collar union Trumbull county voted fifty two percent for Donald Trump. That's the second swing county in America. What do you think happened? Do you think it's enduring? Part of what happened is that the Democratic Party became increasingly alienated from and hostile to the interests of especially white working class. America analysis is hardly new to me, but I think if again with Obama's famous line in two thousand eight clinging to guns. And we'll of course, Hillary's astonishing line about, you know, deplorable deplorable people. And so you have a Democratic Party that likes to talk about having the best interest of working class at heart, but rarely doesn't quite frankly. Stay my hometown. Best example of exactly that we had a remarkable deal. I mean you could point to all kinds of problems with it, but to bring Amazon second headquarters to a borough of, of New York to, to log queens, Queensboro would have created an extraordinary number of jobs, and who killed it, it was killed by people like, of course, has who claim to be democratic socialist claims to have the interests of the working class chiefly in mind or, you know, to some extent by our mayor. So there is this fatal disconnected. The Democratic Party has inflicted on it by sort of speaking in one way. But behaving in quite another. It's hard to see how never mind, the people who worked at Amazon, all the associated all day goes all the little shops that sprung up around the headquarters. Had it come here are better off, without without Amazon, being present by the way in, in other reporting, I saw somewhere, you know, someone said, well, socialize social getting socialized medicine or Medicare for all cost two million jobs. Well, so Piette, and I thought, well, this author is probably not going to be one of those people who's going to be losing his job in the event. Yes. This transformation that, that being promised. That's a real problem. And I think if, if whether it's, it's, it's in, in Australia, or, or in Democrats, the United States, don't get that they're going to continue losing losing their own astonishment surprise. Last question Brett we're out of time. Do you think the latest showdown that began in the rose garden yesterday between President Trump and Democrats is just another chapter in a story that began in two thousand fifteen or back with Brexit or is it an entirely different book? No, I think it's the same. Look at this point. I think that Trump is has been fairly cleverly. Fading democrats. They've been they've been taking the bait. And if you've been hearing me on MSNBC urging them not to do, so the, the willingness of, of Democrats to take advice from never-trumpers like they is understandably limited. But I think if you just follow the way, the president, behaves there is there is a method to this, and, and I wish they would listen to me, but, you know, we'll see Brett thank you for joining me. Always follow him at and New York Times. Brad stevens. That's at actually I got that reverse at Bret with one T Stevens N, Y T at Brett won t Stevens, ph n y t. It's always, I think what's going on. Here is is just an exposing around the globe. People are sick and tired of being told what to do. We like liberty we like freedom. We don't like to be told how to live. We don't want to be told where to do our job, and the Amazon wants to go to queens and the elites of queens barred from doing so breakfast, said, that's a very bad sign for the Democratic Party. Let me give you a good sign now for our friends at the job, creators, network, freedom to work dot com. We do want to work, one of the people groups that is most seriously injured by the over-regulation of the economy are people who all occupational licenses, whether it's teaching credentials or hairdressing licenses are barber shops, or whatever it is paralegals indeed all of them. They have to pass tests to work. And if they're a military spouse in their husband gets transferred. They find themselves up against the new requirement to.

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860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"trumbull county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Reading the upcoming cover story of the New York Times Sunday magazine, which is about Lordstown which made it about my hometown, Warren, Ohio because Lordstown is adjacent to warrant. It was built just outside the city lines, and I have never not been aware of Lordstown. The Lordstown plan. I read from the article it's been a pillar of the regional Connie's was built in nineteen sixty six I was born in fifty six so a ten year old boy, I watched it go up GM constructed then state of the art facility included twenty-six robot welders in the middle of a cornfield. It shows the site a distribution possibilities. Half the population. United States live within six hundred miles of it. Lordstown quickly became an important addition to the heavily industrialized Mahoning valley, which includes Mahoning county and Trumbull county trouble where Lordstown as which after Pittsburgh was the second largest steel manufacturing city. Young town specifically began down Warren generally in the United States after decades of industrial job losses. The valley's faded become a national political issue. Donald Trump's twenty sixteen presidential campaign relied heavily on the promise of restoring the jobs. A message that helped him win Ohio. Michigan Wisconsin, Pennsylvania significant to his victory was flipping Trumbull county Youngstown Warren Lordstown, he flipped them. And I'd like to tell people I'm out on the on the road that. Albor George Bush by fifty nine to forty one points there in the year two thousand John Kerry beat Bush there by appoint more sixty forty and President Obama won twice. There was sixty one percent of the vote and dump Trump won fifty two percent of the vote. He flipped the UAW people in the valley. Take a Mets pride in their automaking..

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Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:55 min | 3 years ago

"trumbull county" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Real get rational yet. Rick the Rick under show. Welcome back to the reconquer show. Now, if you listen to this program, you hear the word Lordstown come up quite a bit y'all know from Youngstown, Ohio Ono union guy. And you all know that I've been pretty disgusted by what happened in my hometown. With the closing of the Lord's town plant, one of the people who I have watched fighting mightily, and that's the only way I know how to put it because I've been watching with this guy has been doing. I'm talking about David Greene. Who is the president of UAW local one one one two he the union leader who looks after the people who were working in the three shifts at the Lordstown plant who are working no longer, David one. Thank you for coming in today. Thanks for having me. Rick. It's my pleasure. I, you know, we'll talk a little bit later about the attack that President Trump decided to go against you with. I don't know. I thought you did the right thing by basically not taking the bait. But I wanna start with something that happened yesterday. The president coming down pretty hard on the international association of fighter fighters firefighters because they chose to endorse. Joe Biden, the president making the point that, you know, what union leadership is always for the Democrats, but union membership or that's a very different story. I am curious from your perspective. Is that true? Do you see a split in union leadership around the country, and you know, who they may support traditionally Democrats and the membership. Are they going another way? Traditionally democrats. Yeah. But our local union we have endorsed Republicans in the past. And and you know, our biggest thing is looking at how people vote if they voted in support of working and labor working folks labor issues, then we will support. Right. So it doesn't really matter. What is next to your name? We did have a lot of members. I think flip over the last presidential election voted for Donald Trump. Whether they didn't like Hillary, or you know, he came to Youngstown and talked about, you know, all these jobs or coming back. Don't sell your house that everything's gonna be great and huge wonderful. We haven't seen that. So I I'm real curious to see in twenty twenty. I think the flip is going to go the other way. Well, that that leads to the next question. I was going to raise absolutely true. We all know that Donald Trump showed up in Youngstown showed up Lordstown if I'm not mistaken. And made that pitch. We've all heard of where he said don't sell your house's don't lead the area. Things are going to be beautiful. And of course, things did not turn out to be beautiful at all. Now. The the numbers show that both Trumbull county and Mahoney county did go for Trump in the last election. I think in Mahoning county the first time they had gone Republican in God knows how many years, and as you talk to your friends, your union members is this the censure getting that maybe they feel that they were taking in a bit and Mike go a different direction in two thousand twenty. Yeah. I think that that's some people are definitely going to be switching years for other people. It's hard to talk about, you know, it's I don't know if it's your personal preference or guy part of it's like an ego thing. Right. So got your guy. You standby mill matter what. But when they walk into the voting booth, I think people do something dramatically different interesting. Let's talk a little bit about Lordstown is the factory still operating. Or is it now are all three shifts gone. All three ships are gone. As of March eighth Fisher last day. The last shift there were people in there for about three to four weeks building, you know, service parts goods doors fenders for people who purchase cars, they get an accident. You know, GM union Lordstown made replacement parts for their vehicle. War. We're done doing that now and just cleaning clean and a lot of stuff out cleaning out the plant is that people are going in cleaning out now. So yeah. Like out there working right now. And and I'm on a four truck, and we're taking stuff outside scrapping on things that are leftover. That's just kinda sad. Well, you know, it's interesting David people relate to you. They hear your name around the country as the union leader. But I don't think they realize that you work Lordstown and you're losing your job to. Yeah. Yeah. I work in the actually in the plant. You know, part of the the agreement is when there's unless than five hundred people I'm on a job. So I'm on a job most days, and, you know, down into done when you know, probably in the next month or so I'm gonna be laid off. And I guess my hope is that I don't have to transfer that I can wait this thing out. So we get some future product allocated here. Let's talk about that. What are the what what's the prognosis? Is this looking like. The GM might come around to put something else in there. I think they I really do believe that some product is gonna come into the plant. I don't know ski a truck or an electric car or something in between. But it doesn't appear to me that they are closing it up to sell it. And I know that they have had some offers, and and none of that has been viable. So that leads me to believe that they do plan to do something there. But they're holding all that very close to their chest. If you just joining us, we're speaking with David Greene who is the president of U A W local one one one two in Lordstown, Ohio Lordstown, of course, the factory that General Motors has shutdown. Just disappointing to say the least. But kinda made a liar out of the president who would showed up Lordstown to say don't sell your house's. Don't leave town things. They're going to be great here and son of a gun away. They go David how how is it going? I know how difficult things are in that part of the country. So I assume that you're seeing. A lot of the members of your union looking for other work now. Now, the steel industry is affecting gone from that area. Now, we got one of the biggest employers GM Lordstown going from the area, maybe hopefully staying out where people going to find jobs. Well, right now, we've got our WGM workers quite a few of them are transferring. So they're looking at going to other locations, we've got quite a few people getting pushed to Wentz Ville, and you know, Michigan spring hill, Tennessee, bowling green. We've got people who are transferring all over the country right now. Now, we also represent folks from lead sanitation and Magnus seeding Jamestown industries. These people have nowhere to go. So they're trying to eat or look for a job or go back to school through THE are a program. We're trying to get them retrain. So they can get back back into school. Get some new. Certificates to either be a welder. Whatever is they're interested in doing interesting. I want to get into with you the future for the American union movement. But I think I want to say that for our next segment. So so let me ask you this when these people transfer, and at least they still have jobs, but what happens to their homes. It's not the easiest time to try and sell a home in that area. What happens? How does it? Do. They lose a fortune. What happens to them? Yeah. I mean, it's a difficult situation. Do they get any help from GM if they transfer you get a thirty thousand dollars you can receive over three year periods. So they give you a little, you know, five six grand after year, you get a little more money after another year get a little more money to help that transition period out. But it's it's difficult, you know, packing up, especially if you had roots here for some people, it's great they're going back home. They were from somewhere else. But for the people from this community yet difficult can care an ailing parents or kids special needs, and all these things it's difficult to just like pack up and go people are doing it. I think they recognize that it is a good job. They do like take a lot of pride. What they do built in cars fixing cars working on machinery, it's kind of a dying art. And in our our members really do enjoy, you know, building things with their hands. It's it's quite quite amazing. All right. Well, let's. Take a break here when we come back David greens going to stay with us. And I wanna talk a lot more about the future of the private labor union movement in the United States. We can to be sure. But is there a future for an stay with us more with David green? When we continue here on the Rick under show one rational.

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