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 Federal court declines to lift stay on vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Federal court declines to lift stay on vaccine mandate

"A federal appeals court is keeping in place it's halt to the by did ministrations vaccine mandate for businesses with one hundred or more workers the fifth circuit court of appeals in New Orleans rejected the government's arguments for lifting the emergency state the court imposed last week lawyers for the labor and justice department argued stopping the vaccine mandate from taking the fact that large companies will prolong the pandemic and caused dozens even hundreds of lives every day but judge Kurt Engelhardt wrote from economic uncertainty to workplace strife the mere specter of the mandate has contributed to untold economic upheaval and that this day is firmly in the public interest at least twenty seven states have filed legal challenges after

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on Axios Today

Axios Today

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on Axios Today

"The obstacles to black latinas had to overcome when they chose to start their own businesses in the overwhelmingly white marijuana industry in two thousand eighteen. Almost seven hundred thousand people in the us were charged for possession of marijuana. Black people were almost four times more likely to be arrested for possession than white people despite the fact that both groups use marijuana at similar rates for a long time because of the so-called war on drugs of the eighties and nineties. These disparities were the primary story of marijuana people of color in the us. But now that story is. Changing as marijuana is legalized in more states. Across the us and growing into a multibillion dollar industry black entrepreneurs are trying to reclaim the plant that crushed their communities for so long black entrepreneurs like gmo modern. I saw this as an opportunity to say if i watch people my community get arrested for this. Why can't i help people my community enter from the legal quote unquote right governmental legal standpoint of this and seeing where we can seek those opportunities. Jia runs her own. Pr firm gb m. communications and public relation services for marijuana businesses. She started her company in two thousand twelve after working goldman sachs for fifteen years three years after starting her company into the marijuana industry. This was in twenty fifteen. Twenty seven states in dc had either legalized medical marijuana or decriminalized marijuana possession but it was instill is illegal at the federal level. So entering that space meant carrying the stigma of working in what many still considered to be an illegal business. My gut never said. Stop what my gut said is back. Be prepare. that you're gonna get a lot of flack keep coughing

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The Hard Truth of the Marijuana Industry

Axios Today

01:49 min | 1 year ago

The Hard Truth of the Marijuana Industry

"Two thousand eighteen. Almost seven hundred thousand people in the us were charged for possession of marijuana. Black people were almost four times more likely to be arrested for possession than white people despite the fact that both groups use marijuana at similar rates for a long time because of the so-called war on drugs of the eighties and nineties. These disparities were the primary story of marijuana people of color in the us. But now that story is. Changing as marijuana is legalized in more states. Across the us and growing into a multibillion dollar industry black entrepreneurs are trying to reclaim the plant that crushed their communities for so long black entrepreneurs like gmo modern. I saw this as an opportunity to say if i watch people my community get arrested for this. Why can't i help people my community enter from the legal quote unquote right governmental legal standpoint of this and seeing where we can seek those opportunities. Jia runs her own. Pr firm gb m. communications and public relation services for marijuana businesses. She started her company in two thousand twelve after working goldman sachs for fifteen years three years after starting her company into the marijuana industry. This was in twenty fifteen. Twenty seven states in dc had either legalized medical marijuana or decriminalized marijuana possession but it was instill is illegal at the federal level. So entering that space meant carrying the stigma of working in what many still considered to be an illegal business. My gut never said. Stop what my gut said is back. Be prepare. that you're gonna get a lot of flack keep coughing

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"That can fix them because they can get that proprietary chip from nintendo. Install it themselves andy. There's a race component here to tell us about that. Yeah one of the biggest powers behind this was that The ftc released incredibly good report. Last month. Fifty pages long that really every single argument that manufacturers were making against right to repair legislation because right now twenty seven states have been putting forward right to repair legislation and so one of the common arguments is oh well. We'll make the devices less secure that they said. No that's not true it will be impossible to implement. That's not true but they also went into a. What's the effect on consumers about these These proprietary parts proprietary software and they went into all the basic stuff which is again being People have to throw away a phone after two years that could have possibly lasted three or four but it also did a lot more analysis and realized that people of color both individual consumers and small businesses like repair shops were being disproportionately affected by this problem which added a new dimension to How urgently a law like this is needed. So do we know how this breaks down. Is this a key. Could this possibly be some bipartisan legislation. Or is congress very much divided about this. No this is. This is like in twenty seven states have introduced this legislation. Money of the mar. Republican led state legislatures. Many of them are democrats. lead lead state legislatures. There's a lot of bipartisan support. On this not all of the antitrust and repair Legislation's being put forward is Overwhelmingly what say of with ds and rs and all the legislators names our whoever believe this one is co sponsored by a democrat republican so as much as anything can have widespread support across to parties and twenty twenty one. The united states. I think this one has the transit doing now apple and every john deere and all these manufacturers they're going to fight really really hard against this they Arizona tried to pass a similar law last year and again an immense amount of lobbying money was dumped into that state and the and the resolution failed so It's gonna be a fight but this is a fight that we can finally win so nocco one of the things. I thought we both had to fear in the digital realm was identity theft and now comes online slander before we talk about how it can be addressed talking about the scope of. It's happening. yeah it's it's it's really really horrible because Online slander is now being sort of monetize. Now there are. There are a whole bunch of websites. And i have to credit the new york times they. They produce to immensely good articles about this in the past few months about how. Let's say that I let's say that we were in the lunch room. And you took the last burrito really wanted that burrito. And i've been sort of nursing a grudge against you ever since he didn't mean it to their friday. I'm supposed to get karnavas. That's all. I want freedom on friday. That's everything i have nothing. But that's fine but but imagine someone. Who's that deranged the side. Hey wait a minute. There's this website called like rate my rate my journalists dot com. I was gonna to write this really really scathing thing about..

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on Deep Background with Noah Feldman

Deep Background with Noah Feldman

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on Deep Background with Noah Feldman

"Years ago because they they're part of the system that hasn't hasn't delivered for people. Where do you think they're just a strong important. As ever as some days. I tend to think and that these institutions are justa alternative routes as it were trying to get things done when the states don't have an interest so i do i think states are less powerful than they were for sure. Look the united. Nations was designed for a world of sixty states. And it's got two hundred states and it doesn't work the european union for all of its flaws works because it's got twenty seven states and so part of this when we talk about. Global governance is too much too much bureaucracy sir. Victims of its own success. I do think. Governments have less power. But i also think we'll never address our problems unless we strengthen governmental power in lots of ways certainly around corporations. You're never going to get global taxes unless you have governments who really come together and enforce it. I also think if you really look at at at scale governments have a scale that that nothing else can reach. But i government itself has to be reorganized right. You've got these huge hierarchies. They cannot operate in this world of connection and disconnection very well but they are essential and as broken as i think. American democracy is. I'd still rather put my faith in the american government that the any foundation or corporation. What i would say though is coming back to power. Where do i see real hope in this idea of impact hubs. It's more the mayors and the governors. And when i think about mayors that's something any american can think. Oh well wait a minute. I work in the mayor's office if you want to represent the population of the united states if you bring together the staffs of mayors across the country it is far more representatives than the washington bureaucracy. So there is a way air of redressing the power balance. You're still going to have elites but it's not. This is not the davos elite. It is more people coming together around specific issues with lots again. Think about mayors. I think you can redress the power balance by opening opening up these networks sort of sources of power that are more accessible to regular citizens than the kind of calcification of the global elite. Which is what. I think we see. Now i'm very happy that you're able to end with that modestly optimistic picture and i just want to express gratitude for your your brilliance urinalysis. Your generosity with your with your time today really for the whole body of your work we need people like you who are in the inside and then are also capable of explaining it to us and then critiquing.

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"Costs per mile instead of miles per gallon. When you're traveling you're always looking at your next. Destination is and the information you get from. There is how many miles away it is. You don't get how many gallons it's gonna take to get there so you have to do all this math to figure out what it's gonna cost to get there if you just know your miles per gallon but if you track your usage i use a little app called fuel i think what it does is as you continue to use it. Starts giving you a really accurate cost per mile you're driving. And then we use that cost per mile to guesstimate. Our fuel costs as we're going places. Little insider tips rally. You aspiring are veers out. There absolutely stint. He mentioned that you've been to. I think he's had twenty seven states. I'm sure you've seen a lot of crazy drivers all around. Have you noticed any particular types of drivers in different areas at like us a stereotype. You have you seen that certain areas. I'm certain types of drivers. There are the difference primarily. I've noticed is in your rural rural versus your your city. Drivers doesn't seem to matter. If you're in san diego or la or dallas texas or orlando florida or seattle or utah. If you're in one of the big cities. People drive completely differently in cities than they do and pretty much everywhere else in the country. And i would describe the differences being aggressive driving versus what you call like the classic defensive driving where a pretty much everywhere else in the country outside big cities. If you're sitting at a stop light or a stop sign and there is a car. That's way off down the road. They'll like wait for that car to go even if there's plenty of space for you to in front of them but if you're in a big city they're gonna take every ev- every advantage to to go as quickly as possible so i see that all the time and then. The other thing that i've noticed is it seems to me that the overwhelming majority of drivers who are not in rv's or semi trucks do not understand how long it takes for a semi truck or an rv to stop a lot of times. I've got enough space between me and the car in front of me when we're driving to to break if something happens and we need to stop suddenly because i've got thirty thousand pounds of stuff the house and car and everything inside of it so i have to have a couple length of my rv safely and you'll have people all the time that like..

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Is the U.S. in for Another Big COVID Surge?

NBC Nightly News

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Is the U.S. in for Another Big COVID Surge?

"Hit a new milestone. In the race the vaccinate the country more than four million people were vaccinated yesterday. That's a new record. More than one hundred million americans are now vaccinated but there are concerns of a possible new surge. Take a look at this map. More than two dozen states are seeing increases in cases tonight. We're going to take a step back and put all of this into context. Just how bad is this. Search sam. Brock breaks it down for us this weekend easter celebrations. Come with cautionary words. Please be careful downstairs. Health experts warning of a fourth wave. But how would this version stack up to pass surges. I out cases which are rising nationally but miles from the winter. Search at peaked at over three hundred thousand one right now. The weekly averages sixty four thousand infections a day. It's about an eight percent bump from a week ago. This is about where the peak of the summer wave was last summer so there are a lot of infections happening right now but it's nothing like the horrible search that we saw over. The holiday was still a lot of infections. More than a thousand americans. Dying every day We are not out of the woods. There appears to be a strong geographic components of the twenty seven states on the rise. The vast majority are in the midwest. Northeast especially michigan and new england on the flipside states in the south are dropping many without mask mandates including texas. Florida is one of the few exceptions up around fourteen percent but not the explosion of cases expected with spring break in the nation's largest count of new variants health experts say warm weather keeping people outdoors combined with lower rates of testing might explain the southern trends

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

An American Conversation Podcast

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

"What was held in stevens interesting. I mean the the the people that hire would say. Hey this person doesn't want you and that's her reasons and her reasons are good enough for us. We're getting somebody else. It just like with the next patient just playing. It was uncomfortable at not comfortable with this person. Sticking their hands. China von shouldn't be an issue if he has a penis or not american talk about more issues relating to save spaces like the doctor's office. There are a lot of issues going on day around sports. We can talk about sports issue. A big one. There are about twenty seven states. That have either already passed or are considering laws that would maintain sex-specific sports teams at different levels of education. So some of them talk about elementary schools. High schools others extend the protection all ages. There's a lot of variation the generally speaking the principle is that the laws would tech specific sports in the educational arena and they're being challenged in fort. It's interesting because i remember in eighth grade in new york city. I won the athletic award. And i beat every girl running but when i competed with the guys there were about ten guys in front of me. I beat some guys but not those ten guys in front of me and all this is bringing that up. How would i have felt at the time if i had to compete with boy. Who said i feel like a girl. And there's a there's a case right now in federal court in the state of connecticut where the state of connecticut allows boys to compete in girls. Track and several girls have had to run against him. A damn sorry. There are two boys who been competing in girls track in connecticut and they've beaten a lot of the girls and there are four girls to have. In my opinion very bravely stood up and sued their state. Athletic association plane about that state office is high school level. Yes and so Boys that are saying that the girls are they attempting to processes girls. Are they just a japanese girl and but do they dress it or they are they are. They've i mean my my issue here. And i think jeff actually has the same sort of issue that if my child who is in highschool who does sort of Go between the genders. If she decides that she wants to run track with the boys. I kind of feel like she should be allowed to and but i understand how if my son were decide. He's a girl and he wants to run with the girls. I would like him to also. But i wouldn't like him to be able to take away in trophies and stuff that these other girls should beginning but i hear the exclusion of these few people that don't have that were born correctly or born with what they wanted or warring with what they felt they need it. I'm just trying to beat the devil's advocate. I a year. What you're saying fully don't want some guy sticking his hands in my chinese. He's a chip. I don't wanna be Lasette night hang on jeff. I don't wanna be in domestic violence group and have that one fucking die in there telling me you know narcissistic crap. I don't want that. I want to be away from the men. When i'm doing these thing but to be the devil's advocate you get into high school. You get into middle school and these kids are confused and they are not comfortable with being with what they are. I'm not comfortable having penis. I'm not comfortable having to the giant. I'm not comfortable having boobs. And they do go through a few years of. but that's a different issue. I mean i completely agree with you. Cara i. It's you know by the transgender definition. I would be considered a boy growing up. I was aggressive. I was athletic. I was outspoken opinionated. But i wasn't a boy. And i was confused because i was called the dyke and i was called. You know big mouth and lesbian and all that i was just rose with a vagina. I was rose as a girl. All teenagers go through that. Transitioning them is ridiculous. I mean it's. I've never heard of this. This is driving me crazy hair on mike banging my head. I called to loan. And i'm like have you heard of this. She goes. what the hell are you talking about. I'm like this is driving me crazy. Because i remember being called male words and thinking. I'm just rose. I'm a check who's rose and a punch you in the face. That doesn't make me a guy kind of thing but under that terminology other transgender ideology. I would be a man. I would have a brain or i don't. It's just confusing. It doesn't make sense to me. It's not science. It's it's crazy making. I don't want to. I mean i grew up in greenwich village and chelsea new york city. I grew up with everybody but this doesn't make sense to me. I'm like i worked in new york city with domestic violence and Rate survivors through mount sinai hospital. I couldn't imagine putting a six foot three man in a dress with a beard in a room. I mean this is crazy making to can i can. I just responded maybe take it in a slightly different direction and see where it goes now. Sorry that was a manly response. Sorry you might quiz in in response would be. What do you mean when you say. I'm not transphobic. i have friends. I'm glad you said i have one black friend. I'm not a racist. I i've had. I've had this conversation with rose many times sarah. So i'm glad you asked didn't even i'm into transition from not transphobic to gay. How do we how do how does how does your brain go there. I went to a high school. That was it's called city. S school high school. Is anybody else here from new york city. Besides oh have you heard of esco. High school on clarkson and seven. It's an alternative. School guys would come in wearing dresses. Makeup I've never heard of the word transphobic or i've heard of transsexual. I've never met a transsexual growing up but many lesbian friends gay.

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Are Markets Complacent on COVID-19?

CNBC's Fast Money

02:39 min | 1 year ago

Are Markets Complacent on COVID-19?

"This is spring break in south florida. People packing the streets things getting so out of hand. Miami beach declaring a state of emergency enforcing curfews and restrictions to limit the partying and crowds. All this as cova cases are back on the rise in more than half of the country. Twenty seven states reporting a jump in new case counts new jersey causing any further reopenings and over in europe. Germany and england extending their lockdowns poland parts of france other european countries are introducing new measures to curb the outbreak. So the question tonight is the market ignoring covid risks. Taking its eye off the ball. Just plano getting too bullish guy. What do you say obviously hailed the we everything through the prism of the market right. So i it's important. Make it clear that we don't want to see anybody getting sick. We understand what's happened over the last few. I think it's important to say that people can slice and dice. These are comments however they want with that said in a perverse way. I think this actually might be bullish for the market. Why because maybe it will slow down the move in bond yields maybe people will reinforce your belief that the fed is going to be there regardless and by the way we've been through this before in the markets learn how to deal with it so of all the things that i'm concerned about in the market and they're many this isn't at the top of my list and it clearly isn't it. The market's either being that the vix closed below nineteen today for the first time in probably thirteen months. Yeah timmy brought up the vix beam below twenty earlier on a call today. Why just extraordinary so a year ago. And we're going to do all these look backs and we're gonna have a great segment on what you'd want to invest in a year later but you know the vix was seventy five a year ago today and guys bringing up great points about fear. His is inspired unprecedent policy response and so the fear of removing unprecedented policy responses. What had the market's having anxiety. What gives me anxiety is that you get to a place where the the the year of mulligans that we had which was then on twenty twenty and twenty twenty. One earnings is something that you're going to have to address by the time we get to mid year and i think we will have to unless you slow down the pace so everything guide caveated this. We care about the world's health a lot more that we care about the stock market. I do think you have a case here where the market is is going to be fine with bond yields coming down. Because there's there's more fear of less opening. And i think unfortunately that's just the market. We're in but again i. I am not worried about the environment if anything i do see seven percent. Gdp growth and a labor market. That's four and a half percent. Those are the feds numbers by the end of this year. That's going to be very very strong backdrop to me for stocks. Let's just hope. It's not too

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Despite its claims. President biden is no moderating political force. Who do you think setting the agenda. It's not president biden. It's democrats in the house. And senate joe biden is simply along for the ride. He's the ideal political front man for this gender with his talk of unity and his anti-trump persona but he's not shaping legislation he's basically signing on to what ever the progressive left tells him he needs to support for now. At least there's also not much of an opposition with few exceptions. The media are marching in lockstep supportive. Whatever the democrats want. It's christmas for the democrats. The substance the cove. Bill was barely covered in the mainstream media opposition to hr one this is the federal takeover of state. Election law is literally reported as a revival of jim crow racism. Business communities also been co-opted as it often is at the beginning of a democratic presidency. Industries are trying to protect their specific iron rice bowls but one price is their accommodation with the larger progressive agenda small businesses. Needless to say particularly those who have been so hard hit financially throughout the covid nineteen shutdowns. They oppose the fifteen dollar minimum wage but bigger businesses. They know mind saddling. Their smaller competitors with higher costs. Big oil also doesn't mind selling out. Independent trackers on so-called climate change. No i'm not denier. But we need to keep it in perspective and despite their sizable minorities. Let's call it for what it is. Republicans pretty much divided mess. They're staying united on the covert vote but they had no consistent strategy they really had no effective messaging. How sweet week. The most radical pro union labor bill since the nineteen thirty five wagner at. You wouldn't know it from the gop response pretty much been crickets. That bill would erase right to work. Laws in twenty seven states but gop pretty mum on this issue of this is giving democrats growing confidence that they can drive the most radical left progressive agenda into law despite the fact that we have historically narrow majorities or they do they'll pass huge tax increases on a party line vote. They also hope to peel off enough. Gop senators to raise the minimum wage. Perhaps to eleven or twelve dollars an hour and for that two trillion dollars in green energy and public works spending. Don't be surprised if they succeed. Now republicans counting democrat. Joe manchin have to admit that. I'm among.

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on The Politics Guys

The Politics Guys

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on The Politics Guys

"Okay so this week. The house of representatives passed the equality act. Which would amend the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four to provide protections for lgbtq folks in employment education housing and other areas and the vote was largely along party lines so there worth three republicans join with all of the house democratic majority in supporting this legislation now opponents of the bill argued that it's an attack on traditional christian values and that it would violate the privacy rights of biological females pose threats and bathrooms and locker rooms and threaten the integrity of women's sports now public opinion polling is pretty broadly supportive of greater lgbtq protections in fact one recent poll over eighty percent saying that civil rights protections should be extended in employment accommodations and housing and it present just under half of all states have some laws providing protections for lgbtq people but they vary considerably and this measure would basically extend a uniform level of basic protections across the country including to the twenty seven states where people can be legally denied housing because of their sexual orientation or gender identity so j what do you think about this legislation. I think devils in the details right. I few people would Say that we should discriminate against Folks because of their Again we start to wander into the weird semantics because initially when when this sort of was was kicked around the idea was it was to predict Gay lesbian people in employment right that you can follow a fire. Someone for their sexual orientation Since then the transgender movement has has added a new wrinkle into it. And we've we had the bostock decision that said while sacks is something broader than than than your your biological sex so i i guess i'm i'm on the one hand. I am pleased to see if we're going to do these. Sort of changes That they're done legislatively right as opposed to write bostock through the courts because look you can agree or disagree but everybody votes you get to see how they vote and you know. There's there's accountability and there's there's there's democracy and their self rule there that said i. I'm concerned about the implications that stem from it and like you. Just mentioned women's sports Bathrooms locker room type accommodations. And i'm i'm again. I'm i'm all for doing this. Legislatively as opposed to judicially But but i think there's going to be a lot of unintended consequences Going forward on this Particularly in the women's sports areas. I what i'm saying. I guess you could have ended much narrower bill to say listen. We want to protect people from being fired for their Their gender identity and define that sort of narrowly. And i wanna say. I agree with you in the sense on that because You know there's there's an old saying do you. Do you want change or do you want an issue. And i think your argument would be that will. Democrats are liberals. Want an issue that they can run on as opposed to actual change. And i'll say that. I we can get to this the minute but your unintended consequences issue aside if it meant the difference between nationwide protections in housing and employment for lgbtq folks or nothing..

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on GNC Week In Review

GNC Week In Review

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on GNC Week In Review

"I announced the data cap in small percentage of our customers way debunked that on our show right i five live a couple months back right whereas the ball punky that small percentage of customers has grown so was it eight and a half percent or something like that yes that's not a small percentage of customers less than one percent that's a small percentage and more than one percent is to terabytes and that's basically comcast basically you know they have this little boilerplate smoke blowing smoke your but other now comcast. I announced that it would implement. Data cap in northeast. Us in northeast gives me in. The united states in november customers went over to date allotment comcast planet towards them ten dollars for every additional fifty gig. They went over to one point. Two terabyte limit up to maximum one hundred dollars per billing cycle too to quote ease customers. Incident new capcom castaway any overage fees genuine pep worrying and throw in a yearly credit. People can use if they went over to limit any point after the first few months of two thousand twenty one so this delay if you live in connecticut delaware massachusetts maryland maine new hampshire new jersey woohoo north carolina new york pennsylvania vermont which and colombia. However if you live in the other twenty seven states and makes comcast thirty nine state imprint. You in those states have has had caps in two thousand sixteen and lastly comcast in didn't say when in twenty twenty two it will plant in plans to implement the the cap in the northeast january first right soon as possible. Sounds like it's further away than it really is because have heavy worries almost over. I don't know how it went by quick. And also for those who live in the northeast. I wonder where fills that. Because i want to talk with so much snow. Oh i can't stand it okay. So i guess i shouldn't tell you that my windows are open. No because closed right now because there because the wind is kicking up. And i could hear it on the microphone. But i'm here to get better night. Closed right now for the show good. They've been open all day. Good good well you. In warm sunny pinellas county can s. I'm here on purpose right. This was not an accident right. Yeah because.

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Why Nursing Homes' COVID-19 Legal Shields May Interfere With Other Cases

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Why Nursing Homes' COVID-19 Legal Shields May Interfere With Other Cases

"You listen to podcasts. In twenty seven states nursing homes have gotten special legal protections during the covid nineteen pandemic that means in most cases families can't sue if someone they love got sick or died at one the nursing home say they're doing the best they can and they need those legal shields but that also may stop people whose injuries have nothing to do with covid from seeking justice in the courts. Noel talked with. Npr's jaffe been looking into this. Why were these laws passed in the first place. You remember that. The corona virus outbreak started as far as most people were aware in a nursing home and currently long term care facilities account for more than a third of all deaths from covid nineteen nursing homes were caught scrambling for personal protective equipment. They were shifting recommendations of how contagious disease was and the industry made a case that they shouldn't be held responsible for dealing with this moving target. Are there any lawsuits pending against nursing homes relating to covid or did these immunity laws. Basically finish them off. While there is one in durham north carolina. It's questioned whether it's related to covid. Possibly it's the first of its kind involves the death of a woman named palestine house. Her daughter lisa set her. Mother's death had nothing to do with corona virus. Her mother had a pressure ulcer or bedsores there commonly known she'd had it since december of twenty eighteen and it just got worse. It became infected. Lisa how said she begged traber and rehabilitation center. Send her mother to the emergency room but they assured us that they could handle it. Lisa house and her three sisters had their doubts and their experience traber and rehabilitation center. Didn't seem to be able to handle much on a scale of one to five stars. The federal government gives traber and just one it also gets below average ratings on the ratio of nurses to residence. The government has find traber. Almost one hundred ninety thousand dollars in the past three years. We were there a lot and we found ourselves having to bathe her just general things they were supposed to do. We'd come in several times when she hadn't been fed her just sitting there. The house sisters hadn't had a lot of luck with nursing homes. In general trae burn was the third one they tried. It was close to where they live so the sisters could visit often but it hardly mattered. One families were locked out of nursing homes in march. Everything got harder and took longer. Palestine house needed specialists in wound care and iv antibiotics. Lisa house had her mother's power of attorney again. She begged trae burn rehabilitation to send her mother to the emergency room where they could find the specialists. She needed again. She was turned down their excuses. Were well the hospitals not taking new patients because of covert and she would be safer she stayed here and the facility is equipped to take care of your mother and none of those things turned out to be true. Palestine house died a train rehabilitation center on april fourteenth. Twenty twenty one month later. North carolina passed a sweeping liability shield for long term care facilities. The nursing homes with rare exceptions were immune from lawsuits. The measure was made retroactive to march tenth. Lisa house and her sisters decided to suit rayburn. Anyway elizabeth todd is their attorney. Palestine house did not have to die in that way or at that time and for the legislature to say that the nursing homes need protection in the middle of a pandemic not the nursing. Home patients is outrageous and it's unjust north carolina's immunity law lasts until the pandemic is over. Todd is especially worried that the law gives the free past nursing homes with low staffing trayvon and so literally the nursing homes can take their own understaffing their chronic understaffing and use it as a shield to prevent any liability at all during the covid pandemic through their attorneys train. Rehabilitation center declined comment but for many in the long term care industry. These immunity measures are welcome. Relief says dave voelpel. Ceo of the zona healthcare association. Arizona governor doug ducey was among the first to sign an executive order granting nursing homes and assisted living facilities legal immunity and for that we apart him. Because that just takes a little bit of pressure off. Though paul says it allows facilities to focus on what's most important we need to worry about. Keeping covert out of the building that sometimes that cuts into the bottom line says bubble take for instance one hundred bed building and they really have fifty rooms two beds per room that to keep infection from spreading those double rooms may have to be converted to private rooms. So revenue is cut in half. It really takes its toll on the business side of the ledger. Long term care facilities face a crisis if existential proportions says mark reagan the attorney for the california association of health facilities that's because liability insurance are excluding things covert when they renew policies which would mean that any claims made regarding covert infection would be subject to exclusion and no insurance coverage congressional. Republicans wanted a national immunity law but dropped as part of the deal for the latest coronavirus. Relief package reagan. Still has hopes what we're merely asking for is stats caregivers. And their employers. Don't get punished for doing the best that they could. Under the circumstances. I imagine that the family of palestine house doesn't in fact the nursing home was doing the best it could for their mother. Well right there attorney. Elizabeth todd points out that one of north carolina's immunity criteria is that facility must be acting in good faith and she doesn't see how can argue that they did that. So where does

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"And none of us wants to hear this but this could get even worse than more. Contagious uk variant. We've been talking about. It's now at least fourteen states. And the cdc warned today it will become dominant here by march. Richard angle got rare access. How these variants are being tracked as they spread around the world. Kobe is ravaging brazil hospitals running out of oxygen deaths rising because of new covid mutations today the uk already struggling with its own highly contagious variant band. Nearly all travel from south america. I went to the. Uk's main sequencing lab near cambridge leading the world in hunting for variants robots here select covid. Positive tests gathered nationwide. The virus is fed into machines that reveal. Its genetic code and if the code has changed with a mutation dr. naomi park manages operations. How often when you run these sequences do you find anomalies pollution. But i guess very come out which become more alarming or americans looking for various mutations closely enough saying no he's not nearly sufficient vehicle to be the real time surveillance and monitoring of these various so americans might not know the the real kind of variants that they're facing now it might be danube realize they see the effects and i certainly too late. The variants identified so far do not appear to be more deadly but since they are more transmissible overwhelming hospitals and causing more deaths richard engel. nbc news cambridge with all that president elect joe biden laid out his blueprint for scaling up the vaccine effort with more on that. Here's nbc's jeff bennett tonight. President-elect joe biden unveiling his action plan to pick up the pace of cova. Vaccinations this is the time to set big goals to pursue them with courage and conviction because the health of the nation is literally at stake. His plan encourages states to allow more people to get vaccinated including those aged sixty five and older and frontline workers boosts vaccine supply by releasing the majority of available doses sets up federally funded. Mass vaccination sites sends mobile units to hard to reach parts the country and calls for closer coordination with state governments. Have my word. We'll manage the hell out of this operation to for it. The president-elect is calling on congress to pass his nearly two trillion dollar corona virus relief plan which includes direct aid for struggling american families and businesses biden tonight announcing he'll issue an executive order requiring everyone to wear masks in places where he has the authority to mandate it. The president-elect is also urging patients warning american. the out of the pandemic won't be easy or fast. Lester jeff bennett tonight. Thank you just five days. Before the inauguration a massive show of forcing washington is getting even bigger with twenty five thousand national guard troops. Now here's tom. Castillo across washington security is growing tighter by the hour restricted zones razor-wire topping perimeter fencing the national guard increasing troop levels to twenty five thousand weapons at the ready as dozens of state capitals also beef up security amid intelligence that right-wing extremists are threatening. More attacks. there's a great deal of a very concerning chatter. And it's what you don't know that. We are preparing for today. Disturbing details in charging documents against jacob chesley part of the mob that attacked the capital. The prosecutor in arizona said there's evidence that the intent of the capital rioters was to capture assassinate elected officials in the united states government. The doj has since struck that phrase chancellor's attorney says he was following trump's directions and will seek a presidential pardon despite guns explosives and zip ties. The in dc says there is no direct evidence yet of kill or capture teams today. The washington post reports attackers. Were within seconds of reaching vice president pence before secret service agents hit him in a nearby office capital police and the fbi toll nbc news. They are investigating what the republican members of congress. Aided the mon aided and abetted the crime may have to be actions. Taken beyond the congress and In terms of prosecution for that also tonight the dc police officers who fought for their lives last week are speaking out problems for. Daniel hodges crushed in the doorway there in my mascot. Still mike whitney sprayed with everything i was able. I think that was able to get out of officer. Mike known scream to the crowd. He had children guys. Were trying to grab my gun. And they were chanting like killing with his own gun. Also tonight the secret service and the parks service are closing the national mall the first time ever for an inauguration. Dc's mayor is encouraging people to stay home and watch it all on tv lester. Those accounts office simply awful. Tom thank you. The number of arrests in last week's attack is growing quickly. The fbi now seeking tips with billboards around the country nbc's. Pete williams joins us pete. What's the latest lesser federal prosecutors. Say they're focusing now on the most violent offenders they've opened about three hundred investigations with the rest so far in about a third of them. Some of those arrested are cooperating. Generating more leads. The fbi says it has received an astonishing one hundred forty thousand photos and videos to help identify rioters people or even sending in tips about their own friends and family members as for whether the rioters had leaders prosecutors say it may take months to find that out. Lester alright pete williams tonight thanks in sixty seconds moving vans at the white house and appending impeachment trial. A presidential transition like no other way to the document we. I had a light a candle. I'm chuck rosenberg on my podcast. The oath i talk with people who served with integrity and honor men and women who liked the way this week former. Fbi assistant director. Frank figliuzzi if you're all about harsh rigorous aggressive rules enforcement. You're not going to last very long as an organization because people will hate you for it. Your system won't have credibility they won't report conduct and they won't cooperate with the core values you're trying to maintain so with any disciplinary system with any attempt in your family. Your team your community. Your company to enforce compliance enforce regulations and values. You'd better have compassion along with consequences. Join me for season for the oath and msnbc podcast search for the oath wherever you're listening right now and subscribe new episodes every wednesday day. Hi everyone steve kornacki here. You may remember hosted an nbc news. Podcast called article two inside impeachment. It followed the developments of president. Donald trump's first impeachment last winter the article. Two podcast is back with a special episode bringing you the latest on the second impeachment of donald trump. I'm joined by. Nbc news capitol. Hill correspondent leeann caldwell who was in the capital on the day of the riots to break down the house vote and what a senate trial could look like. Search for article two inside impeachment wherever. You're listening right now to subscribe for free tonight as the president faces a second impeachment trial. We're learning how he'll make his white house exit. Here's peter alexander tonight. President trump the final hours moving trucks outside the west wing but no sign of the president. The vice president pence. Nbc news has confirmed called vice. President-elect kamla harrison thursday belatedly congratulating her and offering assistance with next week's inauguration that unlike the president pence will attend the conversation described as cordial and pleasant at the capitol. Nancy pelosi sidestepping questions about when she'll send that article of impeachment to the senate for trial to be prosecuted by nine house. Democrats so urgent with the matter. They're now working on to taking this to trial and monday. You'll be the first to know. Democrats would need seventeen senate republican votes to convict. President trump an uphill. Climb at least one republican alaska's lisa murkowski at trump critic not indicating how she'll vote but suggesting she's open to convicting the president. I believe that this president has committed an impeachable offense now harris. The incoming vice presidents addressing concerns the trial. That could start as early as curation day will overshadow their agenda. We know how to multitask. There's a reason that word existed in the english language. That's what's gonna be required. We've just learned that. President trump expected to leave the white house hours. Before the inauguration with discussions underway for a ceremonial send-off arriving in florida before biden is sworn in last year alexander. At the white house tonight. Thanks up next a rescue mission by a quick thinking restaurant manager. Police say an eleven year. Old boy is out of harm's way tonight. Thanks to a clever restaurant manager. San brock has the warning. Signs may not have been glaring. Were visible enough. We have some customers years. We've shuki one off the kids. These weeks a loss of bruises on his arm orlando restaurant manager. Flaviano convey value syncing distress from an eleven year. Old boy with his family secretly flashing him this note. Do you need help. What happened when you showed him that sign. He knocked me yes he needs help in he. May this sign with his hands. Timothy wilson the second. The boy stepfather is behind bars. Tonight facing three counts of aggravated child abuse. Police say the boy told investigators his stepfather hit him with a wooden broom tied straps around his ankles and neck and was hung upside down from a door. Even just seeing the pictures. It's absolutely appalling that that this happened to a child. Police told nbc news. Wilson denied the charges though they say the boy's mother kristen swan admitted to knowing about the abuse she's charged with two counts of child neglect the boy in his half sister now in protective custody as the touch and perseverance of another mother. I was ready to grab him and why he lives may have changed. The trajectory of this boy's life san brock. nbc news. good for her up. Next how one. Man's inspiring america with two critical missions.

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Cheyenne River Youth Project distributes food boxes

Native America Calling

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Cheyenne River Youth Project distributes food boxes

"The national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. During the pandemic more and more doctors visits are going virtual and some people are avoiding clinics emma gibson reports that within the navajo nation. Women's healthcare is adapting as much as possible with infrastructure and as nature will allow when the pandemic i took hold in the navajo nation. People avoided the doctor because they were afraid of being exposed to the disease. Now after a short respite case numbers are surging again. Jennifer white hair is a women's health doctor practicing into the city. She's also a citizen of the nation. I think a lot of us have been surprised. We think of it as we're not seeing patients as often we would see more bad outcomes and we haven't really seen that dr white hair says she doesn't know why this is but guesses. More people are self treating unlike city doctors off tribal lands. She can't rely on the internet for a telehealth appointment. She's depending on phone calls. Patients monitoring their own blood pressure in some in person visits. We do recognize that there is going to be some minimal us. But we can't modify pregnancy during the pandemic she says she's proud of her community and their willingness to wear masks to protect others just outside the nation in flagstaff. Arizona masks have become highly politicized for national native news. I'm gibson a south dakota teacher says while the stay has helped we've in curriculum about american indian history more can be done. Mike mohan reports a report last year from the national congress of american indians noted. Twenty seven states don't even mention native americans and their k. Through twelve curriculum but a majority of states surveyed said. They're trying to improve their lessons. Leslie crow who teaches on the rosebud. Indian reservation sees positive movement and south dakota but she worries. Many students aren't getting the whole story. All students need to understand that way. You know non natives can also appreciate our culture and would also be more empathetic to our culture in the way of life that we've that was taken from us grow says. She attended public schools and didn't learn much about our people's history until she transitioned to a tribal school. The state department of education didn't respond to a request for comment before deadline. But in twenty. Seven south dakota passed a law that required the development of content on the history behind the region's chimes crow. Who also is a member of the south dakota education association as part of the difficulty is getting enough staff to carry out the lesson plans and ways that students can absorb the information she thinks. If administrators encouraged more teachers to embrace the curriculum their students might have greater appreciation for the contributions or native americans. Air comes a lot of good things that are people known have like our way of life is really truly sacred and there's a lot of all these good things that really help. Our people survive. One example of teachers taking the initiative is in rapid city where a handful of educators have each been assigned roles to fully integrate the curriculum across the district. That was mike mohan reporting the cheyenne river sioux tribe enacted a shelter in place. Order monday for the community of eagle butte. south dakota due to rising cova nineteen cases. The cheyenne river. Youth project helps sir families before the order was in place with three curbside distributions last week which included fresh produce home-cooked meals and turkey. Boxes produce dinners were also given out earlier in the fall. The cheyenne river youth project is a grassroots organization dedicated to helping young people on the reservation. The shelter in place order is expected to last through the middle of next week. I'm antonio gonzalez.

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Virtual Doctors, Teaching Native History, and Cheyenne River Youth Project

Native America Calling

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Virtual Doctors, Teaching Native History, and Cheyenne River Youth Project

"The national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. During the pandemic more and more doctors visits are going virtual and some people are avoiding clinics emma gibson reports that within the navajo nation. Women's healthcare is adapting as much as possible with infrastructure and as nature will allow when the pandemic i took hold in the navajo nation. People avoided the doctor because they were afraid of being exposed to the disease. Now after a short respite case numbers are surging again. Jennifer white hair is a women's health doctor practicing into the city. She's also a citizen of the nation. I think a lot of us have been surprised. We think of it as we're not seeing patients as often we would see more bad outcomes and we haven't really seen that dr white hair says she doesn't know why this is but guesses. More people are self treating unlike city doctors off tribal lands. She can't rely on the internet for a telehealth appointment. She's depending on phone calls. Patients monitoring their own blood pressure in some in person visits. We do recognize that there is going to be some minimal us. But we can't modify pregnancy during the pandemic she says she's proud of her community and their willingness to wear masks to protect others just outside the nation in flagstaff. Arizona masks have become highly politicized for national native news. I'm gibson a south dakota teacher says while the stay has helped we've in curriculum about american indian history more can be done. Mike mohan reports a report last year from the national congress of american indians noted. Twenty seven states don't even mention native americans and their k. Through twelve curriculum but a majority of states surveyed said. They're trying to improve their lessons. Leslie crow who teaches on the rosebud. Indian reservation sees positive movement and south dakota but she worries. Many students aren't getting the whole story. All students need to understand that way. You know non natives can also appreciate our culture and would also be more empathetic to our culture in the way of life that we've that was taken from us grow says. She attended public schools and didn't learn much about our people's history until she transitioned to a tribal school. The state department of education didn't respond to a request for comment before deadline. But in twenty. Seven south dakota passed a law that required the development of content on the history behind the region's chimes crow. Who also is a member of the south dakota education association as part of the difficulty is getting enough staff to carry out the lesson plans and ways that students can absorb the information she thinks. If administrators encouraged more teachers to embrace the curriculum their students might have greater appreciation for the contributions or native americans. Air comes a lot of good things that are people known have like our way of life is really truly sacred and there's a lot of all these good things that really help. Our people survive. One example of teachers taking the initiative is in rapid city where a handful of educators have each been assigned roles to fully integrate the curriculum across the district. That was mike mohan reporting the cheyenne river sioux tribe enacted a shelter in place. Order monday for the community of eagle butte. south dakota due to rising cova nineteen cases. The cheyenne river. Youth project helps sir families before the order was in place with three curbside distributions last week which included fresh produce home-cooked meals and turkey. Boxes produce dinners were also given out earlier in the fall. The cheyenne river youth project is a grassroots organization dedicated to helping young people on the reservation. The shelter in place order is expected to last through the middle of next week. I'm antonio

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Officials warn not to open unsolicited packages of seeds labeled from China

The Adam Carolla Show

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Officials warn not to open unsolicited packages of seeds labeled from China

"Agricultural officials in twenty seven states are issuing warnings about these suspicious packages from China containing seeds that are urging people to plant them people across the country of reported receiving these unsolicited packages from. From China inside is a little small packet of seeds, which states agricultural departments say could be an invasive plant species which may destroy native plants and crops. It's unclear exactly who is sending the seeds, but officials say anyone who receives a package should notify state authorities immediately, and we'll find out if this is a big hoax or not, but it is. It is making the news rounds.

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"First what is on your mind me we're gonna be talking with Dr John Huber about the me in that that show you Jonathan Goldberg this name right mainstream mental health dot org is where you can find doctor here is gonna talk about psychopaths narcissists try to watch out for in your next relationship in the news new developments related to the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey abstain the alleged madam associated with him is apparently hiding in a series of safe houses Chile Maxwell's being protected because she supposedly has churches many thought on some of the world's most powerful people some reports say abstains partner in crime is an Israeli intelligent asset currently hiding in safe houses around Israel the trump administration is cracking down on vaping especially vaping among young people as new numbers show its impact as of December twenty seventh two thousand five hundred sixty one hospitalization cases lung injury that's associated with the use of the cigarettes or vaping products deaths reported from all fifty states DC and soon US territories fifty five deaths confirmed in twenty seven states now federal officials are announcing a ban on most flavored E. cigarette pods that teams like to use when I mention menthol in tobacco flavors still allowed president trump addressed this and more as he arrived for new year's eve festivities at Mar a Lago.

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Congress locks Trump oversight into $2.2 trillion package

Dr. Daliah

08:08 min | 2 years ago

Congress locks Trump oversight into $2.2 trillion package

"Two million dollar package that is supposed to jolt or I think how Donald Trump said kick and academy struggling kind of like I think you know to the economy because the coronavirus a pandemic there were days of marathon negotiations rumors of people trying to stick a new deal stuff into the package and upset that a slush fund will help big companies and there might not be oversight of the slush funds so there was back and forth and White House legislative affairs director Gary Gilliland said right before one AM ladies and gentlemen we are dot after leaving Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office following negotiations that have gone around the clock they have a deal some kind of forming as agreements in Florence and at last we have a deal after days of intense discussions as soon as we have bipartisan agreement on a historically package it will likely what what else package the details were not released no I it the we do not have the full details of any pieces without give you the Majority Leader described it as a wartime level of investment for our nation and he said the Senate would move to pass it later in the day on Wednesday which thank the Senate will then reconvene at No the exact time has not yet been set for the vote what should be going on at the full details about the release of the last twenty four hours the elements of the proposal of committed her focus CNN two hundred fifty billion dollars has been set aside for direct payments to individuals and families three hundred fifty billion in small business loans the two hundred fifty billion dollars in unemployment insurance benefits that's a given then five hundred billion in loans for distressed companies the stimulus bill also has a provision that would block president Donald Trump and his family as well as other top government officials and members of Congress from getting loans or investments from treasury programs in the stimulus according to minority leader Chuck Schumer the baggage of the past Congress would be the most significant legislative action okay you will see a headlines saying trump doesn't get money from the stimulus package okay I don't like the idea of discriminated against one particular person but if they are saying members of Congress do not get to draw on the S. that's understandable and that's fair it's just that all the headlines to make them look like they cut off trump specifically yeah that's out media does but but I agree if Chuck Schumer if Feinstein of pelo see Tromp of McConnell you know you don't have issues and they need to draw on that money I get how Congress has to kind of recused themselves from this now on the flip side S. these leaders in Congress until have employees and have corporations that employ others you know I don't see how you can punish those employees so I'd like to see a little bit more of the details I get that you can't be in Congress and let's just say to get this will get money yourself and bail out your own company but on the flip side if Donald Trump does own multiple properties and he has to lay off and fire all of them because you know his business has to close when somebody else is doesn't that you know way to me is a big concern because the workers now speaking of workers another article CNN says of the federal government is going to give jobless workers an extra six hundred dollars a week on top of their state benefits for four months as part of the two trillion stimulus deal they said it as unemployment insurance on steroids going to Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer but most importantly the federal government will pay your salary your full salary for now four months so for months we're gonna talk about that while the extra money in the deal would fully replace the lost wages of some higher paid workers it would significantly add to everyone's regular state benefits which range anywhere from two hundred to five fifty a week depending on the state this is a massive boost unemployment insurance is projected to cost twenty fifty billion which is part of that stimulus package more than three million we believe our file for first time jobless benefits last week as governors around the country shut down most nonessential businesses okay sell they say V. has chance lawmakers want to added the thirteen weeks of extended benefits which would be fully covered by the federal government currently state unemployment checks last up to between twelve weeks and twenty eight weeks depending on the state most states provide up to half a year of benefits the new deal calls for new pandemic unemployment assistance program which will provide jobless benefits to different contractors gig economy workers and the self employed you typically don't qualify for such assistance that I agree with you these benefits would mirror what's available in individual states they would also assist those who have had their hours reduced by providing incentives to states to adopt work sharing programs which allow employers to cut workers hours but not lay them off those workers are then eligible for some unemployment benefits some twenty seven states plus the district of Columbia already have work sharing laws so let's say you don't get hired back full time rather than what I like about this is rather than you being stock what's okay I either mon unemployment or or or you know I started with only part time this allows you get some adult now here's some things we have to think about from an economy standpoint okay so we are hoping that after whatever shut down like I live in a better shut down supposed to and I believe April twentieth no April eighteen seventy to eighty six six okay I think in my neck of the woods April sixteenth so we're open a little bit after Easter we're back on the road and everything's back up and going the problem is we're gonna be a huge reluctance of the community to go back out there now I saw an old people people running around and laughing you know hanging out and socializing maybe keep it a little bit social distance numbers also people with masks but for the most part it was quite and so we have a couple businesses and we told everybody we want to hire them all back as soon as we can but what if it's slow and so I like the idea of for most workers the whole you know may have an employer that is a little hesitant on re staffing for our type of businesses we own a couple super cuts we are going to want to make sure we have all hands on deck because we are expecting a bunch of people want to get their cotton veered stranded if you don't get a wax and things like that there's going to be people dying to get that stuff done so we want to make sure we staffed appropriately but you have other employers that are like we've just lost three months of money your income or however much income we're not going to hire everybody back or really gonna hire part time and so that's a concern the other concern that we have is during the recession the Obama years there was a reluctance to for people to go back to work and if unemployment was there an unemployment works why not and so the longer people are out of work there might be a small percentage of people that want to remain out of work so one thing that was smart about this is there seems to be a sunset they'll extend that extra money for four months and I am hoping by the end of the summer the economy starts to get back to normal but again we are looking at a possible new then I you know flus going to start coming out new cough and cold season

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"America's first news continues on this twentieth day of March thirty four minutes past the hour U. S. governors at telling the president states are in dire need of federal help of the expanded measures to contain the corona virus Louisiana governor John bel Edwards said a surgeon filling hospital beds could push the state passed capacity to deliver healthcare in seven to ten days governors asking the White House for additional oversight of the National Guard to general Joseph Lengyel said the National Guard has its own a corona virus a problem thus far six members of the National Guard have tested positive for code nineteen we have force help force health protection measures in place and will continue to keep our National Guard members informed as the situation develops well circumstances will continue to evolve here the facts as they stand all fifty four states territories and the district of Columbia have declared a state of emergency governors in twenty seven states have activated parts of their National Guard across those twenty seven states at this time two thousand and fifteen National Guard members have been brought on state active duty to assist the response I'm expecting tens of thousands to be used inside the states as as this grows you know and and I think that the states have the capacity or planning to to do those kinds of things just as I had my you know I've been with having calls with the edges generals in every state but I think that in this could quickly blossom in the next couple of weeks as governors instance states determine their needs and ways to use the third national guards we do have medical technicians and medical capabilities in medical battalions and you know medical technicians and the like and if the governors want immobilize them and use them as to in a in a in a sense they can do that and you know the issue with the medical issues as we've talked about many times is is if you were to activate the reserve component medical forces and bring them on duty in the military they're taking them out of the civilian system because that kind of a zero sum game here with medical technicians and medical personnel meanwhile cars lining up outside of a Houston hospital as the nation's fourth largest city began drive through testing but like many officials warned they don't have enough test kits or protective gear to meet demand Houston mayor Sylvester Turner and representative Sheila Jackson Lee there's not enough testing available right now to meet demand good news is that here they're starting out and then as the county in the city.

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'I'm spending all my money to get rid of Trump': Michael Bloomberg

1A

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

'I'm spending all my money to get rid of Trump': Michael Bloomberg

"Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg is launching a new ad campaign calling for the Senate to remove president trump from office the ad will run in twenty seven states including several jurisdictions with vulnerable Republican senators and a handful that will hold March third primaries he's already spent more than two hundred million dollars of his own money on his campaign Bloomberg is skipping early voting states and focusing his efforts on contests in delegate rich states with primaries after super

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Justices to consider faithless electors, ahead of 2020 vote

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Justices to consider faithless electors, ahead of 2020 vote

"I might cross your reporting the Supreme Court will consider a case on electors in the electoral college ahead of the twenty twenty vote the Supreme Court will hear arguments in April on the issue of whether states can require presidential electors to support the popular vote winner in their state under the constitution the country elects the president in directly with voters choosing people who actually cast an electoral college ballot for president twenty seven states including Washington and Colorado require presidential electors to vote for the popular vote winner in their state but in twenty sixteen three electors in Washington and one in Colorado refused to vote for Hillary Clinton who won those states hoping electors in states won by Donald Trump would vote for someone else and deny him the presidency

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How much will Michael Bloomberg spend to defeat Trump?

Post Reports

07:04 min | 2 years ago

How much will Michael Bloomberg spend to defeat Trump?

"Former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg's only been in this race for a couple of months but he is coming out big in the last few weeks. Michael Shear is a national political reporter for the Post Mayor. Michael Bloomberg and Tom Steyer are outspending. The Field Bloomberg has more money than God. He's opening his Wallet Wallet in Nationwide Advertising and the former mayor is spending more in this race than any of his Democratic rivals is absolutely true that he is spending more money than anyone. Anyone else probably anyone in history has ever spent at this point but that almost understates. What distinguishes Bloomberg's campaign from every other presidential campaign every other political campaign in in any of our lifetimes is a campaign that has no financial boundaries? I'm spending all my money to get rid of down. It's not that he is spending more. It's that there are no limits on what he will spend. You want me to spend more or less and the story which is hard idea to get your head around but usually don't have people were fifty four billion dollars running for president so Bloomberg can depart with a billion and not notice it could depart with two billion and not notice. It's pretty hard after two billion to even spend spend more money on a political race and what that means is right now. He's doing everything at once and he's trying to do it better than everyone else that means he has basically built for what looks like a long shot primary campaign a fully formed general election campaign. The sort of thing you would see if you'd walked into Hillary Clinton's Brooklyn Offices in October worth twenty sixteen. He has it now in January for primary campaign in March and he's built it basically in two months from scratch so exactly. How much money is he spending spending? And what is that. Look like in terms of his strategy on how he could possibly win so so far Bloomberg is laid down two hundred million dollars. Probably more her in television and radio and digital spending He has offices in twenty seven states right now. He employs more than eight hundred people people on his campaign. He has rented out an entire floor of a building previously occupied by the New York Times. Actually in Times Square in Manhattan it is clearly clearly the biggest campaign I think on either side right now and he's doing it. After entering the race about two months ago he is also oh spending enormous amounts of money and plans to spend much more on general election strategy to defeat Donald trump and that includes a data operation that he's building building because his advisers think he can actually build basically a better data consulting firm than exists right now on the democratic side that includes a pre large policy shop in which he's basically re purposed Bloomberg philanthropies and the opinion section of Bloomberg News Division to produce ideas for the Democratic Party and includes WHO's a lot of money he is offering to give to other state and local Democratic Party organizations. We don't really know the extent of that. But for instance. He gave five million dollars to stacey. Abrams voter voter protection initiative. He's pledged millions more for voter registration around the country. He gave nearly a million dollars to the Democratic National Committee when he got in but at the same time even though he has all this money. And it's spending all this money he's still starting so much later than so many other candidates so for these early states. Like Iowa New Hampshire Hampshire. What does it look like? They're how is he going to catch up. He's not going to catch up in our New Hampshire. He's decided that he's not going to compete in the first four primary contests. That's a shift. From what strategy. He was a year ago when he was thinking of initially getting in but he didn't get in in time and and their benefits to that for him. There's not gonNA be any disappointment in terms of his showing in the Iowa caucus because he's not competing the our caucus he's not advertising Iowa except for what shows up on national. TV that goes there the downside though is he's not going to plant the flag either and he's sort of thrown up to chance the fate of his campaign to whether or not the Democratic Party decides to get behind someone In those early states because he has no control rollover this release dates so for him it basically just like do or die on Super Tuesday that will be his day. No Day will matter more in the Democratic primary calendar March third third. And that's because you know something like a forty percent of the delegates including fourteen states including very large states like Texas and California will will be awarded on that day the beginning of his day. We'll be Super Tuesday but I think doer di happens before that I think do or die is whether Joe Biden does really well in the first four contests of Joe Biden comes out of Iowa. Winning does well in New Hampshire wins. Nevada Win South Carolina which polls suggest he can do he will have solidified the moderate lame that that Michael Bloomberg Berg is trying to get an and I think there won't be much chance for him to have much of an impact in the election. I think still run on Super Tuesday but but the but the space he would would've occupied will be taken but he's willing to make that bet he's okay with that and there is a very good chance probably greater than half chance that doesn't happen and that either the Democratic Party splits among those first four contests leading to some chaos walking into Super Tuesday or Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Elizabeth Warren and some of the more progressive cancer doing very well and the moderate side of the party is being to freak out by the time Super Tuesday a rolls around and and then Mike Bloomberg can step pendants. I got this I got not only the campaign I got the message and I got the money and I'll and I'll carry you through but it's not like he's a candidate without any baggage rate. There are plenty of reasons. Why a lot of voters a lot of democratic voters might be very resistant to the idea of voting for him? There are much more of that is likely to come out in the in the coming months. Let's start with democratic. Primary voters have not been really happy about income inequality generally and and the increasing role of billionaires. There's in politics and explicitly buying his way through the race is sort of a bad luck. Yeah he's he's the poster child for that his defenses. I'm doing it for you. I'm on your side so I'm like the friendly billionaire but he's still the billionaire buying politics. There's a lot of complexities to what it would mean to have someone who has run and still owns one of the largest largest private companies in America as president the same sort of complexities. You have with President Trump. He's going to have to work through that. There's a long history of employee lawsuits at his company Bloomberg some of them dealing with sexual harassment there are nondisclosure agreements that he has said he is not willing to release the other parties from at this point. That's probably going to be an issue. There are policy positions. He's taken in the past. That have offended. Big parts of the Democratic electorate including his longtime support for stop and frisk policing in New York since renounce that but for you know more than a decade he was sort of the lead champion of that policy. So there are lots of bumps Salaam the road ahead if everything goes right for him. The thing that distinguishes him is that he doesn't seem to mind. I mean the idea of risk for him is is calculated related differently than it would be for other candidates and that includes not just risk to his reputation but also risk

How much will Michael Bloomberg spend to defeat Trump?

Post Reports

07:04 min | 2 years ago

How much will Michael Bloomberg spend to defeat Trump?

"Former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg's only been in this race for a couple of months but he is coming out big in the last few weeks. Michael Shear is a national political reporter for the Post Mayor. Michael Bloomberg and Tom Steyer are outspending. The Field Bloomberg has more money than God. He's opening his Wallet Wallet in Nationwide Advertising and the former mayor is spending more in this race than any of his Democratic rivals is absolutely true that he is spending more money than anyone. Anyone else probably anyone in history has ever spent at this point but that almost understates. What distinguishes Bloomberg's campaign from every other presidential campaign every other political campaign in in any of our lifetimes is a campaign that has no financial boundaries? I'm spending all my money to get rid of down. It's not that he is spending more. It's that there are no limits on what he will spend. You want me to spend more or less and the story which is hard idea to get your head around but usually don't have people were fifty four billion dollars running for president so Bloomberg can depart with a billion and not notice it could depart with two billion and not notice. It's pretty hard after two billion to even spend spend more money on a political race and what that means is right now. He's doing everything at once and he's trying to do it better than everyone else that means he has basically built for what looks like a long shot primary campaign a fully formed general election campaign. The sort of thing you would see if you'd walked into Hillary Clinton's Brooklyn Offices in October worth twenty sixteen. He has it now in January for primary campaign in March and he's built it basically in two months from scratch so exactly. How much money is he spending spending? And what is that. Look like in terms of his strategy on how he could possibly win so so far Bloomberg is laid down two hundred million dollars. Probably more her in television and radio and digital spending He has offices in twenty seven states right now. He employs more than eight hundred people people on his campaign. He has rented out an entire floor of a building previously occupied by the New York Times. Actually in Times Square in Manhattan it is clearly clearly the biggest campaign I think on either side right now and he's doing it. After entering the race about two months ago he is also oh spending enormous amounts of money and plans to spend much more on general election strategy to defeat Donald trump and that includes a data operation that he's building building because his advisers think he can actually build basically a better data consulting firm than exists right now on the democratic side that includes a pre large policy shop in which he's basically re purposed Bloomberg philanthropies and the opinion section of Bloomberg News Division to produce ideas for the Democratic Party and includes WHO's a lot of money he is offering to give to other state and local Democratic Party organizations. We don't really know the extent of that. But for instance. He gave five million dollars to stacey. Abrams voter voter protection initiative. He's pledged millions more for voter registration around the country. He gave nearly a million dollars to the Democratic National Committee when he got in but at the same time even though he has all this money. And it's spending all this money he's still starting so much later than so many other candidates so for these early states. Like Iowa New Hampshire Hampshire. What does it look like? They're how is he going to catch up. He's not going to catch up in our New Hampshire. He's decided that he's not going to compete in the first four primary contests. That's a shift. From what strategy. He was a year ago when he was thinking of initially getting in but he didn't get in in time and and their benefits to that for him. There's not gonNA be any disappointment in terms of his showing in the Iowa caucus because he's not competing the our caucus he's not advertising Iowa except for what shows up on national. TV that goes there the downside though is he's not going to plant the flag either and he's sort of thrown up to chance the fate of his campaign to whether or not the Democratic Party decides to get behind someone In those early states because he has no control rollover this release dates so for him it basically just like do or die on Super Tuesday that will be his day. No Day will matter more in the Democratic primary calendar March third third. And that's because you know something like a forty percent of the delegates including fourteen states including very large states like Texas and California will will be awarded on that day the beginning of his day. We'll be Super Tuesday but I think doer di happens before that I think do or die is whether Joe Biden does really well in the first four contests of Joe Biden comes out of Iowa. Winning does well in New Hampshire wins. Nevada Win South Carolina which polls suggest he can do he will have solidified the moderate lame that that Michael Bloomberg Berg is trying to get an and I think there won't be much chance for him to have much of an impact in the election. I think still run on Super Tuesday but but the but the space he would would've occupied will be taken but he's willing to make that bet he's okay with that and there is a very good chance probably greater than half chance that doesn't happen and that either the Democratic Party splits among those first four contests leading to some chaos walking into Super Tuesday or Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Elizabeth Warren and some of the more progressive cancer doing very well and the moderate side of the party is being to freak out by the time Super Tuesday a rolls around and and then Mike Bloomberg can step pendants. I got this I got not only the campaign I got the message and I got the money and I'll and I'll carry you through but it's not like he's a candidate without any baggage rate. There are plenty of reasons. Why a lot of voters a lot of democratic voters might be very resistant to the idea of voting for him? There are much more of that is likely to come out in the in the coming months. Let's start with democratic. Primary voters have not been really happy about income inequality generally and and the increasing role of billionaires. There's in politics and explicitly buying his way through the race is sort of a bad luck. Yeah he's he's the poster child for that his defenses. I'm doing it for you. I'm on your side so I'm like the friendly billionaire but he's still the billionaire buying politics. There's a lot of complexities to what it would mean to have someone who has run and still owns one of the largest largest private companies in America as president the same sort of complexities. You have with President Trump. He's going to have to work through that. There's a long history of employee lawsuits at his company Bloomberg some of them dealing with sexual harassment there are nondisclosure agreements that he has said he is not willing to release the other parties from at this point. That's probably going to be an issue. There are policy positions. He's taken in the past. That have offended. Big parts of the Democratic electorate including his longtime support for stop and frisk policing in New York since renounce that but for you know more than a decade he was sort of the lead champion of that policy. So there are lots of bumps Salaam the road ahead if everything goes right for him. The thing that distinguishes him is that he doesn't seem to mind. I mean the idea of risk for him is is calculated related differently than it would be for other candidates and that includes not just risk to his reputation but also risk

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Texas teen, 15, becomes youngest vaping-related fatality in US

Sean Hannity

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Texas teen, 15, becomes youngest vaping-related fatality in US

"On a fifteen year old in Dallas is being confirmed as the youngest reported vaping related deaths in the U. S. Ellis county officials announced the death in a press release is ahead of the start of the new year noting death can come after even short term use of E. cigarettes or vaping products the CDC reports fifty seven deaths link developing across twenty seven states and Washington DC with more than twenty six hundred people

Vitamin E now a focus of the investigation into some vaping illnesses

Woody and Company

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Vitamin E now a focus of the investigation into some vaping illnesses

"All right so vaping related long of you see in this man this is crazy all the stuff is going on I do have to say Josh you did call it man you we were talking about yesterday officials confirming in Indiana that the Indiana's first death for my vaping related respiratory illnesses happened the national toll now is it three the other two or in Illinois and in Oregon and it was an adult they can actually give any other details because of you know help us stuff but at this point it was an adult and it was I think they're saying it was a male in Indiana but so there are a total of how about this four hundred thirty two cases either confirmed or under investigation in twenty seven states with regard to severe respiratory illnesses it's not what do you have you seen how thick the smoke is a you can be driving on the freeway and you can tell somebody vaping because it's like a semi trucks smokestack coming out of the car I ended so thickly it has gone up but I'm telling you and it has to be so bad on your lungs I don't know what point well made him think it was a good thing is the vita many member we were talking and and they're they're saying vitamin E. is the focus of the investigation into the into some of these illnesses and that's something that they the THC the if you're smoking marijuana through if your vaping that Josh was saying you actually they use some sort of an oil so in in essence they're smoking in not just the teacher but the oil but the vitamin

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Misguided Affordable Clean Energy rule is on the wrong side of history

Fresh Air

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Misguided Affordable Clean Energy rule is on the wrong side of history

"And the democratic presidential debates there were quite a few mentions about climate change each candidate seemed to have at least some thoughts about addressing climate change but last week the trump administration rollback the clean power plan and obama era proposal to address climate change by setting limits on emissions on power plants now the trump e._p._a. has replaced that with a new plan called the affordable clean energy rule here to fill in on that story is mayor find staff writer for vox welcome back to science friday so what are the key differences between these two plants well well the obama era plan focused on all huge suite of techniques that you could use to curb greenhouse gas emissions from power plants that included installing things like co two scrubbers or even trading carbon credits with other states or in the region to help lower greenhouse gas emissions the trump plan focuses on one technique and that's what they call heat rate improvement which is basically a fancy way of saying they want to improve the fuel efficiency of coal fired power plants not do away with them but improve their fuel efficiency right and that creates sort of a paradoxical situation because if you have a car that gets better gas mileage you might drive it more well some researchers looked at the affordable clean energy rule and they found that it would actually lead to more greenhouse gas emissions because as you improve the efficiency of these power plants you make it more cost effective to run them in some instances it would increase the output of some plants by twenty eight percent if not more seems to be a little bit of circular logic because that plane was put out by the which this current administration says the agency doesn't have the authority to do well the e._p._a. is required by law by supreme court decision actually to regulate greenhouse gas emissions the question is what it can mandate or what it can tell the states to do now the trump administration has argued that the whole suite of techniques at the obama administration imposed on states that was beyond what the e._p._a. is legally allowed to do when the obama plan came out twenty seven states suit to block the role and the supreme court stepped into issue a temporary stay to allow the lawsuits to go ahead the trump administration is now saying their new rule actually comports with the law

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:59 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"No. Is very fragile. And this was a study done in twenty seven states. Tens of thousands of people are involved is extremely well documented. It's written up in great detail in my book ventures and checker Levin and tell people how to collect the hair box shifted to in two weeks. You get the results back and tell you how the Termine the results, and you know, I interpret the results and this also tell you if you're in die, suddenly heart attack. You're playing sports. We'll also tell you those kinds of things, and of course, one thousand seven hundred autopsies kids have one one project six weeks time one thousand seven hundred types kids, George were deficient in another new, and they doubted the sudden heart desks DC in athletes. And so I think this here Nelson should be implemented like in August. For the school year. It should be done. Certainly before anybody training sport. I think all police officer should have this test. I think all people who join the military should have this test and teachers have tests and so on anybody getting a gun license or permits should get this test. And we will solve a lot of problems. How easy is doc to increase the deficiency and make it normal? Well, I like people to supplement for for two months. And then do another here now says. And it'll pick it up very quickly. You know, where you're at in the beauty of this here. Nelson's tests will also tell you if you're low is because your mouth absorbing ours because you are just not getting access to nutrient and so Mel absorption the big problem you can supplement with the nutrition. But if you're of your mouth absorbing it comes out the other end of the toilet. And you know, there's an old adage yards people say, you are what you eat been around you that. That's absolutely not true. You're not what you eat your chips Zorba so absorbed, Sion efficiency is extremely important. And so this test out, we noise you cost it costs about one hundred bucks. What are these? Lifesaving we won't have any more school shootings. We can pick up. Policemen gonna do aggressive things we can pick up military people who are going to die. Suddenly during boot camp, we can pick up people who are gonna die training through sports and the different nutrients in the ones that divisions even one who is going to be shooter. And so it's very well documented in twenty seven states were were involved in the survey tens of thousands of people, and it's extremely well done. Very very accurate. So there's no doubt the results are unimpeachable. Now. That's amazing. And of course, you know, I'm going to ask you what the name of that nutrient is well, do you wanna know? Yes. Okay. It's called lithium. Oh, we've all heard of lithium. As a matter of fact, it's it is a supplement. It's for mood, isn't it? Well lithium, of course, is one of our minerals. And so Jen the young Jimmy products. I think we have about eight products that have the live him in it. And ours are the plant mental very very absorbable. And it's it varies in the location other words crucial medals of all kinds, including him. You're not occur in uniform blank around the quest zero day current veins like chocolate chocolate ice cream. And so on one block in the city. You can have a lithium in that area. So the garden the back they made giving some lithium in the parrot sued in there and then on the other side of the street. He looked on the same carrots. And there's no lithium not required by plants plants suck it up since oil. So the only way guaranteed everybody's going to get up to Hawaii domestic violence and suicide and being mass school shooter. And that sort of thing you have to supplement, and of course, the way to determined whether you're absorbing or not absorbing what? Your levels. Are there's no blood tests. There's no EKG or something like that. We'll tell other than a here. No, doc, Joel Wolok from critical health, news dot com. And again, the number to call are people there who will give you advice. One eight five five nine four nine radio one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four. Are you saying though, that if you tested ten people who are all deficient in lithium, all of those ten people would be prone to these kinds of acts as correct? And of course, another nutrients have contributed to the degree of that behavior. In other words, there's some people who are like with road rage. Never get yelling and waving their hands of people screaming Adams, so or, but if their little more deficient is there, you know, say just five percent more division goes into. This guy's gonna go home and get it. Is gonna come back and shoot you or chase your something like that? I run your with his car. Yeah. And so it's a matter of degrees all things as a matter of degrees. And again, this is a very well documented in this study. And all the details all the details are in this book, rare earth cures, and as we can he lemonade the things in America in the world. I just hear Allison supplementation. That's dramatic. I mean, you ought to get to know, what are you doing? Besides this program to get the word out about this. Well, I'm lecturing all over the place, again, sometimes it's twenty three hundred people sometimes one hundred people I do my regular radio show, two hours money everyday money to fight him on twelve hundred and twenty stations now. It for you. I ran into a ran into a fellow here. I'm saying it was right now docking into a fellow who is very close to marketing a simple blood test kit. That detects cancer. It could be revolutionary to see it. Yeah. It was soon as he gets it out. He wants to get it to market first. And then blitz it. He's probably gonna go crazy. The fact that he even said this tonight on the air. But I mean that would be dramatic wouldn't it a blood test to determine if you have cancer, not not if you're not if you're prone for cancer? But if you actually have it. Oh, absolutely anytime. You can have simple. I d any condition whether it's diabetes cancer or try to Alzheimer's disease are aggressive dangerous behavior to your neighbors your community. That's extremely useful. We've only got doc wallet for an hour and a half. So what we're going to do? After the break. We'll start taking phone calls with you. So he can give you some advice these aren't cures, but their advice and the next hour. We'll take calls as well. Tom will take your text and tweets in case, you have a question or so I've got a slew of emails come in all day long. When people realized doc Wallach was on the show, and again, his website critical health, news dot com, you can see videos.

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on WDRC

"Larson. Welcome back to LARs Larson show pleasure to be with you on a first amendment Friday night tonight live from the Reagan Presidential library down here to attend attended dinner tonight of the national right to work legal foundation. And I've been getting my share phone calls about unions. Just you all understand. I've had some bad experiences with unions throughout my life. I didn't ask for him. They were forced on me. I'd get a job at show up. They'd say you're going to be joining the union, and I'd say what if I don't want to what if I want to make a choice about whether or not I joined the union, and they say, no, you don't have that choice. You have to join or you will be fired. And that is the rule in twenty three states twenty-seven states have right to work where if you go to work in a union shop, and you say I'd like to join the union or I don't want to join the union twenty-seven states. The majority of American states represent actually reflect your right to make that choice and the case of. Made while I'm not thrilled. With unions. The case I've always made for the unions being forced to work for your membership. Is that if you're in a state where they say you have to join you don't have any choice that union does not have to work very hard for you at all on the other hand, if the union has to work for you to join because you're in a right to work state, and it's up to you to decide whether you want to or not then they're gonna come to you. And they're going to say, we're going to do all kinds of things for you. Look at all the wonderful things we do for you. In other words, they have to sell you on the idea the same way any other group, and I use the NRA because it's handy. But there are meme there are groups that I'm a member of. And if I find some day that I say, this really isn't doing much for me right now, I'm paying these guys a certain amount of money every year, they send me a lot of advertising, but it really doesn't do something for me. I quit my membership in that group if the group wants to keep me as a member. They have to convince me that what they're doing. For me is worth the dollars that I pay to them that's a healthy relationship. Most of us have those kind of relationships with all kinds of people.

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"More and more states are requiring financial education in K to twelve classrooms, particularly in highschool twenty seven states, Michael require that personal finance topics be taught in a high school course like economics that students must take to graduate five of those states mandate, a one half, year course, or its equivalent exclusively dedicated to the subject big challenge that these states are having is they can't find teachers that teach it. Yeah. I mean, I'm not surprised by this. I I don't know about you. But financial literacy was not something that was covered in my high school curriculum that this is pretty new that twenty seven states are actually requiring it, and that means that half, the states are not requiring it at all I think this type of education could really go a pretty long way to help prevent for instance, the student loan crisis that we have going on right now. Yep. Yep. It's it was something. I did receive education on this in high school. My twelfth grade math teacher every Friday, we would do personal finance for a whole year. It was very helpful. Yeah. Learned you know, how to save what a savings account was how checkbook the only the only education around personal finance that I ever received in ice will was how to balance checkbook, which frankly this day and age with how few checks get written is pretty relevant pretty pretty pretty relevant today. You know, budgeting understanding how debt works. These are really the important topics in this day and age to for people to understand I find that high school seniors have no real understanding of what it means practically to take out, for instance, fifty thousand dollars in student loans. Right, right. But you're right. They're having tough time finding teachers they sure are having a sound plan for retirement is one thing executing is something else. If you don't plan properly, your money might not last as long as you do Barry Armstrong here from the Armstrong advisory group, and we've got a new guy out this month to help you protect yourself and your income against that worst case scenario, it's called five steps to help you not outlive your money, and you'll find core strategies that are critical to managing your wealth..

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Our executive producer is Kristen Hager on Friday. We talked about the. That was being floated the illegal aliens because you know, once they pass he can hold on for twenty days. It's called the floors amendment for twenty days, you can hold them. And then you got release and you release them somewhere in the United States. Obviously, you're not deporting them because they're waiting. They're hearing more on that coming up later on. So what to do with what happens is, you know, they're caught on the border, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California. And that's where they pretty much congregate, and it's placing a strain. So the president at a meeting Mercedes slap confirmed this over the weekend. The idea was floated why not take these illegal aliens and put them in sanctuary cities because they're one of their the Democrats have said, yeah, we'll take. We'll take all comers. Here's what the president said on Friday after the Washington compost reported this this meeting, we are looking at the possibility strongly looking at to be honest with you. California. The governor wants to have a lot of people coming in refugees coming in a lot of sanctuary cities. So we'll give them to the sanctuary cities. Maybe to take care of if that's the way they want it because we can only hold them under the curdle off at twenty days Flora's amend that. I was speaking about and the presence had look this should not be a controversial proposal. Because after all Democrats said, you know, we want you they're gonna they're gonna greet them with, you know, ticker tape parades. California certainly is always go. We want more people, and they want more people this anxious cities. Well, we'll give them more people. We can give them a lot. We can give them an unlimited supply. And let's see if they're so happy. They say we have open arms are always saying they have opened. Let's see if they have open arms. The alternative is to change the laws that we can do it very very quickly very easily. So unlimited supply. That's I mean, it's funny. But it's not funny at the same time. It's yeah. Because it's a it could be all told over a million people. And you know, what here in in Maryland, which we have there are twenty seven states, exclusive of California, which is state. They're twenty seven states with sanctuary jurisdictions, and or cities and counties, and we are one of them here in Maryland, Baltimore, Montgomery County. Prince George's county, Tacoma park just to name a few. And so that means these illegals, including MS thirteen gang bangers will be heading our way, I understand what the president's doing. But I'm not crazy about it. Because we live in an area where sanctuary cities and illegals are welcomed with open arms. So the mayor of Oakland. Now, remember, this is the mayor last year that tipped off illegals to pending ice radio. Remember that Libby chef of Oakland, California. Nya and she's out there. Criticizing the president -rageous.

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Heroin, Asia And Eighteen Month discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Heroin, Asia And Eighteen Month discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"There's a new warning about an herbal supplement that alters people's mood. It's now being linked to scores of overdose deaths over an eighteen month period the centers for disease control and prevention says crate him was a cause in Ninety-one overdose deaths in twenty seven states most who died and also taken heroin and other drugs. Crate him was the only substance detected in seven of the deaths. Crate him comes from a plant native to southeast Asia. It

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"twenty seven states" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven states" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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US Judge: Housing funds for Puerto Ricans who fled Hurricane Maria must end

Fresh Air

00:57 sec | 4 years ago

US Judge: Housing funds for Puerto Ricans who fled Hurricane Maria must end

"A federal judge is rejecting a request to extend housing, assistance for Puerto Ricans displaced by hurricane Maria NPR's Greg Allen reports FEMA subsidies for Puerto Ricans living in temporary housing will now end in two weeks. More than one thousand Puerto Ricans on the island and in twenty seven states. Are still receiving Housing. Assistance from FEMA the aid program has been extended. Four times since it was I put in place after hurricane Maria in a ruling in Worcester. Massachusetts US district judge Thomas Hillman denied a request. By attorneys representing displaced Puerto Ricans for a further eight extension the judge to the program would. Continue until September thirteenth to give evacuees time to make other housing arrangements judge home and said FEMA has. Provided all these systems required by law it's possible some Puerto Ricans may be left homeless however the judge, writes the court can order that defendants to do that which inter humanitarian and carrying world should be done it can only order the defendants to do. That which law requires

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