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"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

Think 100%: The Coolest Show

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

"I don't i mean. How did i end up there. I have no idea but what they taught me in this place that i ended up which was called oaxaca in mexico. What they taught me was that clean energy development crew replicate the inequality of the fulfill system so that began me on this journey of the climate justice expert and energy distance caller and You know and so on and so forth. So i have no idea why i. I made the choices i made. I mean other than i was falling my heart. I wanted to do good and now in this role. I'm able to talk to you. Know the folks in the movement with whom i have these deep relationships than connection other academics. Been doing this work. Because that is the work that i did and academics across disciplines because i run interdisciplinary teams. And you know. And i'm with other government servants. And so i'm able to to be in conversations with them so all along the way i was picking tool that paired me for this moment and i can only in some ways. I know you're covered though. I can only say that it was divinely. Inspired right like someone had a plant. There is a plan out there. And i was following that plan but i didn't know that that was what was in store for me so i feel very fortunate that i listened that i followed. That intuition said this what. I need to be doing not knowing what the big picture. What the how dick's what unfolds. No no no. Listen i'm from. I'm from down south as you know in so The oh folks was say you know what was meant for evil. God will turn the good and so that autos autos things that was actually used to harm us of exact same that now is our is our is our armor and weapon so You you are you are you are the epitome. So you are right where you are supposed to be That's without a doubt And it is. It is divinely. Ordered every every single good step and bass that got you will. You are so. That's that's the amazing part about that. Chalan na na most definitely mention that was very important. I wanted to make sure that. I heard it. I'll make sure come back to it. You said was indigenous members who were not only protesting fossil fuels but also clean energy Light and that i think linked to energy poverties. But you break that down. How does that happen. Sure so this place called oaxaca. Hockey is a state in mexico. It is the second poorest state in mexico and it's in the south west corner of the of the country it's next to get atarot which is an interesting fascinating for anybody who wants to go to mexico. I i encourage you to travel. They'll get it is interesting because it's It's a place where there are a lot of afro. He kinda threw like people who were Escaped enslaved people for me communities. And i have interesting stories about traveling deep into the mountains. There where i. I got off a bus like a little bitty bus that looked out and people looked at me and her like who are you. So but that's another story so the state of guerrero is interesting and then hockey is next to it. And then next to a hawk on the other side shoppers and a lot of people know about shopping at the place of social justice and moved them building But how is sandwiched between the m atlantic and pacific oceans. And there's this sort of narrow belt of land called the isthmus of toronto peck which is where the wind wind blows. Nearly constantly in it actually has some of the highest Get a wind power in the world. And that's according to map that were put together by the national renewable energy laboratory which part of the department of energy so these maps showed that walker was extraordinarily windy and in the early two thousands The the country and with with assistance from the world bank decided that they would begin to build wind projects there so the only problem is the people who lived there were indigenous and they relied on the land to support Assistance we have lice. It'd be were farmers. They were There fishermen and this is an area of extraordinary diversity. People there are from different indigenous groups. So they're not necessarily connected genealogical there you know connected to the land and in many ways and These people were essentially didn't speak spanish but they were signing contracts in spanish essentially finding away their rights to their lead and these wind Wind project developers coming in. And you know kind of swindling neighbors dividing them up And there were those who had been involved in various movements to realize that this was a similar kind of extractive form of development. That was a way to harm the people in this region so they started to organize and they saw that. There is kind of a big picture. thing that was unfolding and not this is just the beginning so again started in the two thousand and between around two thousand eight or so until we've seen two dozen two dozen wind projects go into this region I can't pull the the statistic on the number of wind turbines but we're talking about huge acid winter by the require around two hundred pounds of concrete her winter by and so now there are twenty two hundred megawatts which is extraordinary of power. That is installed in this region and oaxaca has the highest concentration of onshore wind in the in the world and so all this is happening without any consultation of indigenous people which is an international principal and also embedded in mexico's law. Most on people have people have died because they were protesting this again very benefit. Any we're going to the local population and they were living and continue to live in energy poverty. So they're living in. The shadow of this generation without any access to the power is being generated. I mean they're still kind of you. Know living with lamp. Living with you know just in a very basic way in terms of energy access and so the people that there's this development happening all around. Why are we not benefiting and also it's destroying our landscape. If you go to this place you'll just see the landscape completely dotted with with wind turbine That have really disrupted the local The local landscape folks there say we're not opposed to development but we're opposed to development like this. The way that they're doing it is is again the same model that we see with auto fuel. It's destroying the landscape. And so we gotta do we. We know we have to do this. Clean energy trends. The that's gonna save black and brown people. We know that we need to make sure that they're involved in this process that they can tell you sort of where to say these projects And they can get economic benefits. They can get lifted out of poverty. That's how we do this transition away but just it's.

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"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A bill advancing in the minnesota house would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike. Bowen report is the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers say the timing is right tell households of ended by the pandemic house file. Twelve hundred would create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into presenting roughly two to three dollars a weekly earnings. The plan would then cover twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people she's to make difficult choices juggling a young child and her job because of the pandemic mann maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's makes your bookstore survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with long term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republican site the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce clearinghouse committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the bill in the senate will get a hearing. Louis dejoy the embattled postmaster general said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and called for president. Joe biden to oust him that political testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes joys resolve may be put to the test soon as biden nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines the post pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy. An election in washington's largest city and at making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding. Worn that from eric. Taken off the center for election science is making seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and four other groups around the country seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty nineteen. He saw voters struggle with a crowded field of candidates and thinks approval. Voting would make the process easier. If there's two candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then both candidates will lose and so the net was also that if the candidates that make through tend to be favored or approved by more voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ns federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped hydropower project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by retired navajo generating station but gary wachner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river an unreliable source of water starting to build billions of dollars with the infrastructure in this lake in the system. That is clearly in severe decline. It's just range way to try to generate fritters martyr faster easier ways generous than from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting new data. She was a big drop just over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks festivus free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is network director of technical assistance if the fastest are already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting setup for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall one speculations. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred well to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restored of justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki. Akina says a white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous communities suffer food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives the community. The ability to feed itself is having access to land to grow and produce food according to recent data. Wait people own ninety. Eight percent of us farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes. Media this is by clifford four public news service.

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"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Application. When i come back i'll tell you when your battery goes dead everything could come to a stop. Don't take a chance on getting stranded stopped by o'reilly auto parts and get your battery tested free of charge. If your battery does need to be replaced reilly auto parts can help you find the exact superstar battery. That fits your car or truck at guaranteed low price o'reilly auto parts better parts better prices every day. Parts you typically of tires as hard working and tough but a new generation will have a sensitive side to make that sensors on the side yes continental sevice has introduced smart. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio. Netherlands marksman newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and comes the public news service newscast the twenty fifth twenty twenty one by different a bill advancing in the minnesota house would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike. Bowen reports the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house file. Twelve hundred would create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars. A weekly earnings plan would then cover twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people she's to make difficult choices juggling a young child and her job because of the pandemic mann maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before makes your bookstore survived. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with long term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republican side the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get a hearing. Louis dejoy the a battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and call for president. Joe biden to oust him that from political testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around the time. Get used to me. He said politico notes joys resolve may be put to the test soon as biden nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines the post pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy. An election in washington's largest city aimed at making elections better reflect. The will of voters is getting some new funding born that from eric. Take it off the center for election. Science is making seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one. Logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty nineteen. He saw voters struggle with the crowded field of candidates and thinks approval. Voting would make the process easier or candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then both candidates will lose and so the net was also. That is the candidates that make it through. Tend to be favored or approved by voters. Voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. Federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped hydropower project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary wachner with the group saved. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water to build billions dollars with the infrastructure in this lake in the system. That is clearly in severe decline. It's just range way to try to generate fresheners a lot smarter faster easier ways generous than from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting data. She a big drop. Just over nine percent in the number of indiana students ply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks festivus free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is network director of technical assistance. If the fastest they're already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college enrollment. This fall one speculation as many students are hold off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restored of justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt. There was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous communities suffer food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives the community. The ability to feed itself is having access to land. You know to grow produce food. According to recent data wait people. Oh ninety eight percent of us farmland though. Many black americans have deeper roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes. Media this is by clifford for public news service.

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"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Cole choices juggling a young child and her job. Because of the pandemic maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before makes your bookstore survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with long-term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get a hearing. Louis dejoy the embattled postmaster general said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and calls for president. Joe biden to oust him that from political testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes joys resolve may be put to the test soon as by nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines he posts pastors fate with that. Come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy. an election. washington's largest city aimed at making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding. Warn that from iraq taken off the center for election. Science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and for other groups around the country seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one. Logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty nineteen. He saw voter struggle with the crowded field of candidates and thanks approval. Voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and book candidates will lose and so the net was also that the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by more voters. Voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ns federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped hydropower project using water for blake powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan on sustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by retired navajo generating station but gary wachner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water. Strider billion dollars worth of infrastructure in this late in the system that is clearly in severe decline. It's strange way to try to generate electricity murdered faster easier.

"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A bill advancing in the minnesota would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike. Born reports is not the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house file. Twelve hundred create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars a weekly earnings. The plan covers twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people. She's to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child her job because of the pandemic maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's makes your mental survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the concert. Small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get hearing louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and call for president. Joe biden to oust him that from politico testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes to joys resolve may be put to the test. Soon as biden nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines he post pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy an election. Washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding born that from iraq ticket off the center for election. Science is making a seventy thousand dollar to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one logan hours ran for seattle city council and twenty nine thousand nine hundred. He saw voters struggle with crowded field of candidates and thanks approval. Voting would make the process easier. If there's two candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and book candidates will lose and so the net was that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war. Voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ennis federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped. Hydropower project using water for blake powell but conservation groups say climate change could bake that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive battery for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary walkner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin. An unreliable source of water started to build billions down with the infrastructure in this lake in the system that is clearly in severe decline range way to try to generate a lot smarter faster easier ways generous then from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting new data. She's a big drop pissed over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks fast free applications for federal student aid morally. Keller is he networks director of technical assistance if the fasces are already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall one speculations. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says the white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirected community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous community suffer. Food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives the community. The ability to feed itself is having access to land to grow and produce food. According to recent data wait people ninety eight percent of farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. This story was produced original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes media. This is mike clifford for public new service member at listener supported and always online at public news service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the hotlanta newsfeed weather center today. Mostly sunny with moderate wind. Timely of fifty five tonight mostly cloudy with light wind and occasional gusts as high as twenty miles per hour low around twenty seven thursday partly sunny with a high near forty three. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartland news feed dot com. Hey it was a that kidnapped that ball out and it is hands twice so under thirty left san diego state having trouble get it in. They got a call. Time out again are they. Are they calling foued. Are you watching this game. Cover high no. I think that they. I think they actually called a foul. Like i'm trying to figure it out without any knowledge of the volume or anything else going on here. I think they actually called a foul on n. Mounts and they did. And now san diego state shoot free throws so they never inbounded it they never even tried to inbound it. They fouled him as the guy was trying to pass it in. They followed the guy and they're at the line again and they hit the first free throw so free points you know what like this is crazy. Now they're up to sixty two sixty and just a great finish twenty seven seconds left very entrenched in this game. He hits the second free throw and now it's a.

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"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's makes your mental survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with long-term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bell also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get a hearing. Louis dejoy the embattled postmaster general said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and called for president. Joe biden to oust him that from political testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes to joys resolve may be put to the test soon as by nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines the posters fate with that. Come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy and election of washington's largest city aimed at making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding. Worn that from eric taken off the center for election science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and for other groups around the country seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty nineteen. He saw voters struggle with the crowded field of candidates and thinks approval voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar view. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then book candidates will lose and so the net was also that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is pianist. Federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped power project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that. Plan on sustainable. The project would pump water from lake. Drain it downhill to generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project but supply cities in arizona california nevada over lines previously used by retired navajo generating station but gary wachner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water trying to build billion dollars worth of infrastructure in this lake in the system. That is clearly in severe decline. It's strange way to try to generate martyr faster. Easier ways generous than from stories hydro. The permit gives developer daybreak power. The go-ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting new. Data is a big drop just over nine percent in the number of indiana students ply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks festivus free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is networks director of technical assistance. If the fast is they're already running just under ten percent behind and fast as are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college enrollment. This fall one speculation as many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transfer wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restored of justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california college last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization yuki recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous communities suffer food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives a cumulative the ability to feed itself is having access to land you know to grow and produce food. According to recent data wait people own ninety eight percent of us farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes media. This is mike clifford for public news service member at listener supported and always online at public news service dot. Org look at weather from the heartland news feed weather center today. Mostly sunny with moderate wind. Timely fifty five tonight mostly cloudy with light wind and occasional gusts as high as twenty miles but raw low around twenty seven thursday partly sunny with a high near forty three. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartland feed dot com and twenty points. Nine boards seven times for veered joe harris four of six from downtown. Fourteen points for joe claxton. Their use 'em now at power forward. The big fellow at the fresh do a ten spot with three boards. Shamet nineteen hit five threes and had nine rebounds nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine for your boy sham it. How about our voice. Shabalin who you like better. I like shabby better than shamet. I gotta tell you. that's just me though. Even though he hasn't given us our music yet after promising the music multiple times. It doesn't even matter anymore if he sends music. Mafia got like fifty. new music. beds aren't illegal as you know. I've been in copyright. 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"Why call potentially psychopathic strangers when you could ask your friends family or neighbors for help so for one makes decentralized emergency response possible and it's free visit four one one dot com or download. Sell four one one of your favorite app store where the rubber meets road. Actually i'm not even sure what that means. Radio network life at heart. Newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. The public service doing newscast the twenty fifth. Twenty twenty one. Different a bill advancing in the minnesota house would establish a statewide. Paid family leave. Program are mike. Boorda reports is not the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house filed twelve hundred create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars a weekly earnings. The plan covers twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people. She's to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child her job because of the pandemic maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's make sure my books survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get curing louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and calls for president. Joe biden to oust him that from politico testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes to joys resolve may be put to the test soon as by nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines he posts pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy and an election. Washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding. Born that from eric ticket off the center for election. Science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select candidates they support rather than just one logan hours ran for seattle city council and twenty nine thousand nine hundred. He saw voters struggle with crowded field of candidates and thinks approval. Voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that they're going to be split and book. Candidates will lose and so the net was that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war. Voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ns federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped. Hydropower project using water for blake powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive battery for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project but supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary walkner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water starting to build billions down with the infrastructure in this late in the system that is clearly in severe decline range. Way to try to generate electricity. A lot smarter faster easier ways. Kristan from storage hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting the data. She was a big drop pissed over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks fast free applications for federal student aid morally. Keller is he networks director of technical assistance if the fasces are already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall one speculations. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says the white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous community suffer food. Insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives community the ability to feed itself is having access to land to grow and produce food. According to recent data wait people ninety eight percent of us farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting ruth. Terry for yes. Media this is by clifford for public new service member a-listers.

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"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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All you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live hot heartland use fee dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the public service newscast avoid twenty fifth. Twenty twenty one. I by different a bill advancing in the minnesota house would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike. Boorda reports is not the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house filed twelve hundred what creative statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars a weekly earnings. The plan would then cover twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people. She's had to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child and her job because of the pandemic maternity leave lasted a little more than a week and then i was working harder than ever before to make sure my bookstore survived twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republican side the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get a hearing louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and calls for president. Joe biden to oust him that from political testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes joys resolve may be put to the test soon as by nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines post pastors fate with that. Come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy. An election in washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding more nat from eric. Tough the center for election science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and for other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty one. Thousand nine hundred. He saw voters struggle with the crowded field of candidates and thinks approval. Voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then both candidates will lose and so the net result that if the candidates that make through tend to be favored or approved by more voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ns federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped power project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan on sustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project but supply cities in arizona california and nevada over lines previously used by retired navajo generating station but gary walkner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin unreliable source of water starting to build billions of dollars worth of infrastructure in this lake and in the system that is clearly in severe decline. It's strange way to try to generate a lot smarter faster easier ways. Generally i am from stories. Hydro the permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go-ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups. Say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects. mark richardson. reporting. The data is a big drop just over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks fast food free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is networks director of technical assistance if the fastest. 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"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Worn that from eric ticket off the center for election science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to approves and for other groups around the country seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one. Logan bowers ran for seattle city council in two thousand nineteen. He saw voters struggle with the crowded field of candidates and things approval voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then both candidates will lose and so the net result of that if the that make it through tend to be favored or approved by voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is pianist. Federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped hydropower project using water for blink pal but conservation groups say climate change could bake that plan unsustainable. The project would wander from the lake. It downhill to a generator and send the power to massive battery storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary wachner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water starting to build billions dollars infrastructure in this lake in the system. That is clearly in severe decline. It's just range way to try to generate a lot smarter faster. Easier am from stories. Hydro the permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go-ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups. Say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better. Invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting new data. Shows a big drop just over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks festivus free applications for federal student aid morally. Keller is he networks director of technical assistance. If the fast they're already running just under ten percent behind and factors are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall. one speculation. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization ikini recalls. She felt there was quote some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown indigenous communities suffer food insecurity is because of dispossession of land one of the things. That gives accumulates. The ability to feed itself is having access to land. You know to grow and produce food. According to recent data white people oh ninety eight percent of us land though many black americans have deep roots in farming. This story was produced with original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes. Media this is by clifford for public news service member at listener supported and always online at public news service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the heartland newsbeat weather center today. Monthly sunny with moderate wind. timely fifty. Five tonight mostly cloudy with light. Wind occasional gusts as high as twenty miles per hour. Low around twenty seven thursday partly sunny with a high near forty three. That's the latest weather. Shakeout more news and weather on our website to heartland news feed dot com. Hey friends what has happened. Just a quick note before starting today's episode of finding freedom. Wanna talk to you about another great podcast. One that i listened to all the time it's called good morning liberty it's hosted by our good friends. Nate and charlie user two guys that I'll tell you what they do. 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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and graham 's the public service newscast february the twenty fifth twenty twenty one by a bill advancing in the minnesota house would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike born reports the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house file. Twelve hundred would create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars. A weekly earnings. The plan would then cover twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people she's to make difficult choices juggling a young child and her job because of the pandemic mann maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's makes your bookstore survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with long term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bell also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get a hearing. Louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and calls for president. Joe biden to oust him that from politico testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes joys resolve may be put to the test soon as bhai nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines post pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of the joy and an election. In washington's largest city aimed at making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding. Worn that from eric. Take it off the center for election. Science is making seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one. Logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty nineteen. He saw voters struggle with a crowded field of candidates and thanks approval. Voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar view. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then both candidates will lose and so the net was also that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war voters. Voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is ns federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped. Hydropower project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could bake that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary wachner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin. An unreliable source of water is trying to build billions of dollars worth the infrastructure in this lake in the system. That is clearly in severe decline. It's strange way to try to generate with years murder faster easier ways generous than from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting new data. Shows a big drop just over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks festivus free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is networks director of technical assistance if the fastest already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall. When speculation as many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred well to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization keeney recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she.

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03:50 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This population. The centers president. Mary ward says a recent community mini grant from the american heart association and blue cross. Blue shield of north carolina will allow the organization to expand its nicotine replacement therapy program for residential patients. And what we learned in serving patients that patients really were interested in receiving some type of therapy or care for nicotine addiction about one in four adults in the. Us has some form of behavioral health condition and smokes nearly forty percent of all cigarettes consumed by adults according to the centers for disease control and prevention. I'm nadia gone. Governor andrew cuomo uses third installment of the state of the state address wednesday to take on beating the challenges of climate change cuomo announced that the new york state energy research and development authority will contract for two new offshore wind projects generating twenty five hundred megawatts of clean electric power the largest wind project in the country. Joe martins has the new york offshore wind alliance calls that a quantum leap forward toward meeting the goal of nine thousand megawatts by twenty thirty five as mandated by the climate leadership and community protection. Act the governor signed in july twenty nineteen year. We are less than two years out in. The state has already contrast for almost half of that governor also announced contracts for twenty four new solar projects that will generate a total of about twenty two hundred megawatts of power. I'm andrea series reporting and finally damn but art tells us to help the next generation of farmers a west virginia community. Formed group is raising funds to acquire land for future growers in a former coal region. The west virginia agrarian commons looks to buy an eighty two acre farm in fayette county with a ninety nine year lease according to ian mcsweeney with the agrarian. Trust which is working with the mountain state group. He says the average age of farmland owners is about sixty five and the cooperative farm will lower cost to make it easier for new growers to enter agriculture production. Farmers are aging out. The cost of farm land and farming is considerable which leads thirty seven mid size farms. A day closing is just financially unsustainable for a farmer stacks next generation farmers to take over in a state with twelve million acres of farmland the commons group to preserve appalachian agrarian way of life while also transforming formerly coal dominated land. This is my clifford for public news service member analyst or supported great radio stations across the nation and a line at public news service dot. Org it is a look at your local forecast from the heartland newsfeed with us into there will be blustery conditions today with a sixty percent chance of rain. Winds will gust as much as thirty miles per hour from the southwest high temperatures in the mid forties tonight partly cloudy skies with a forty percent chance of rain low in the lower twenties. Friday it will be cold unclear. There's a slight chance of snow showers in the morning high in the mid thirties. That's the latest whittam checkouts more news whether or not website at the newsfeed dot com..

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"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Program for residential patients. And what we learned in survey and patience. Is that patients really. Were interested in receiving some type of therapy or care for nicotine addiction about one in four adults in the. Us has some form of a behavioral health condition and smokes. Nearly forty percent of all cigarettes consumed by adults according to the centers for disease control and prevention. I'm nadia ramlan. Governor andrew cuomo used his third installment of the state of the state address wednesday to take on meeting the challenges of climate change. Cuomo announced that the new york state energy research and developing notoriety will contract for two new offshore wind projects generating twenty five hundred megawatts of clean electric power the largest offshore wind project in the country. Joe martin's has the new york offshore wind alliance in calls that a quantum leap forward toward meeting the goal of nine thousand megawatts by twenty thirty five as mandated by the climate leadership and community protection. Act the governor signed in july two thousand nineteen year we are less than two years out and the state has already contrast for almost half of that together also announced contracts for twenty four new solar projects that will generate a total of about twenty two hundred megawatts of power. I'm andrea sears. Reporting and finally are dan but are tells us to help. The next generation of farmers a west virginia community formed. Group is raising funds to acquire land for future growers in a former coal region. The west virginia agrarian commons looks to buy an eighty two acre farm in fayette county with a ninety nine year lease according to ian mcsweeney with the agrarian trust which is working with the mountain state group. He says the average age of farmland owners is about sixty five and the cooperative farm will lower cost to make it easier for new growers to enter agriculture production. Justin farmers are aging out. The cost of farm land and farming is considerable which leads to thirty seven mid size farms a day closing is just financially unsustainable for a farmer stacks and next generation farmers to take over in a state which twelve million acres of farmland. The commons group wants to preserve chia's agrarian way of life while also transforming formerly called dominated land. This is my clifford for public. Do servicemember analyst. Who supported heard. I great radio stations across the nation and a line at public news service.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:58 min | 2 years ago

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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the public view service newscast jam the fourteenth twenty twenty one i might cluttering total of ten republicans in the. Us house broke ranks. Wednesday's vote to impeach president. Donald trump are mike. Molin reports on one st wisconsin delagation which saw no movement beyond party lines. Trump became the first. Us president to be impeached twice. The articles charged him with incitement of insurrection after he encouraged supporters to march to the capital while congress was certifying president elect joe biden's victory congresswoman. Gwen moore is a democrat from milwaukee. She said she voted. Yes on impeachment not because of partisanship but because she felt the country needs to be protected from trump's rhetoric at least seven days before end of his term. We have the fierce urgency of now seven days too long for him to be in power during the debate. Trump issued a statement calling for no violence but earlier. This week said his previous comments were appropriate. The senate impeachment trial is expected to begin until after trump as office all five house. Republicans from wisconsin voted. No including tom. Tiffany from north western. Wisconsin who said it's time for both parties to turn down the temperature meantime bills that restrict transgender youths are on the docket for montana lawmakers. This year eric take it off explains house bill. One twelve would ban transgender athletes in public schools from participating in sports consistent with their gender house. Bill one thirteen would prohibit gender affirming healthcare for minors potentially finding doctors up to fifty thousand dollars for violating the statute as j with montana. Women vote says these bills would harm young people. She says legislators should be focusing on cove in nineteen. We think it's really triclean. Unconscionable that lawmakers are considering supporting this type of legislation especially at a time like this hearings for both bills were cancelled this week and have not yet been rescheduled. According to the montana legislature website sponsor of the bill representative john fuller a republican from whitefish. Do not respond to a request for comment in an interview with montana. Free press fuller says. He opposes treatment. That could have lasting effects on young people's bodies a similar measure to the ban on trans athletes in school sports the idaho legislature last year but has been blocked by a federal court now an update from a story. We covered this week. Us supreme court reversed a pair of rulings from federal appeals courts that put death row inmate. Lisa montgomery's execution on hold. The high court also denied to last minute request to postpone. Excuse you according to wire reports. Montgomery put to death by lethal injection at federal prison at tara soon after the court's decision that happened at one thirty one this morning she was the first woman to be put to death in federal prison since nineteen fifty. Three this is pms. Smoking turns out to be prevalent among people with substance use disorders but tobacco. Prevention efforts often overlooked the population centers. President mary ward says a recent community mini grant from the american heart association and blue cross blue shield of north carolina will allow the organization to expand its nicotine replacement therapy program for residential patients. And what we learned in survey and patience is that patients really were interested in receiving some type of therapy or care for nicotine addiction about one in four adults in the. Us has some form of a behavioral health condition and smokes. Nearly forty percent of all cigarettes consumed by adults according to the centers for disease control and prevention. I'm nadia ramleh. Gone governor andrew cuomo uses third installment of the state of the state address wednesday to take on beating the challenges of climate change. Cuomo announced that the new york state energy research and development authority will contract for two new offshore wind projects generating twenty five hundred megawatts of clean electric power largest project in the country. Joe martins has the new york offshore wind alliance and calls that a quantum leap forward toward meeting the goal of nine thousand megawatts by twenty thirty five as mandated by the climate leadership and community protection. Act the governor signed in july twenty nineteen year we are less than two years out in the state as already contrast it for almost half of that the governor also announced contracts for twenty four new solar projects that will generate a total of about twenty two hundred megawatts of power. I'm andrea sears. Reporting and finally our damn but are tells us to help. The next generation of farmers virginia community formed. Group is raising funds to acquire land for future growers in a former coal region. The west virginia agrarian commons looks to buy an eighty two acre farm in fayette county with a ninety nine year lease according to espn mcsweeney with the agrarian. Trust which is working with the mountain state group. He says the average age of farmland owners is about sixty five and the cooperative farm will lower cost to make it easier for new growers to enter agriculture production. Just farmers are aging out. The cost of farm land and farming is considerable which leads to thirty seven mid size farms a day closing is just financially unsustainable for farmer stacks it next generation farmers take over in a state which twelve million acres of farmland the commons group to preserve appalachians and way of life well also transforming formerly cold dominated. Land this is my clifford for public do servicemember analyst or support her great radio stations.

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"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Program for residential patience and what we learned in survey and patience. Is that patients really. Were interested in receiving some type of therapy or care for of nicotine addiction about one in four adults in the. Us has some form of a behavioral health condition and smokes. Nearly forty percent of all cigarettes consumed by adults according to the centers for disease control and prevention. I'm audio ramlogan. Governor andrew cuomo uses third installment of the state of the state address wednesday to take on beating the challenges of climate change cuomo announced that the new york state energy research and development authority will contract for two new austral projects generating twenty five hundred megawatts of clean electric power the largest offshore wind project in the country. Joe martins had z. New york offshore wind alliance in calls that a quantum leap forward toward meeting the goal of nine thousand megawatts by twenty thirty five as mandated by the climate leadership and community protection act. The governor signed in july. Two thousand nineteen are less than two years out in the state as already contrasted for almost half of that together also announced contracts for twenty four new solar projects that will generate a total of about twenty two hundred megawatts of power. I'm andrea sears. Reporting and finally. Are dan but tells us to help. The next generation of farmers a west virginia community formed. Group is raising funds to acquire land for future growers in a former coal region. The west virginia grin commons looks to buy an eighty two acre farm in fayette county with a ninety nine year lease according to ian mcsweeney with the agrarian which is working with the mountain state group. He says the average age of farmland owners is about sixty five and the cooperative farm will lower cost to make it easier for new growers to enter agriculture. production listing. farmers are aging out. The cost of farm land and farming is considerable which leads to thirty seven. Mid size farms day closing is just financially unsustainable for farmers tax it and next generation farmers to take over in a state with twelve million acres of farmland. The commons group wants to preserve appalachian agrarian way of life while also transforming formerly cold dominated land. This is my clifford for public do servicemember analyst or supported her great radio stations across the nation and align at public new service dot. Org here's a look at your local forecast from the heartland newsfeed weather center. That will be blustery conditions today with a sixty percent chance of rain. Winds gust as much as thirty miles per hour from the southwest high temperatures in the mid forties tonight partly cloudy skies with a forty percent chance of rain low in the lower twenties friday. It will be cold uncloudy. There's a slight chance of snow showers in the morning high in the mid thirties. That's the latest whittam. Checkouts more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed dot com. I'm ready for it to. This is gonna be an interesting fight guitars. Tough guys got some power and his fist. We saw him fight last year during the summer and had a great balance guy. I'm not sure if he's unlevel. Follow holloway when he was coming off that loss after he lost his belt. He's coming back and fighting. Were like well. Is he the same guy or he was terrible. In the first fight is he done is he. You have issues as most the this guy knows young and he came back with a vengeance. He looked great. Not fight against balkan nasty the second time i thought he won against balkan housing the second time and got robbed by the judge so now knows is going to be another situation while he got robbed night on your belts. Are you still focused or you know. Ready to comeback topper is as kind of like you know you take this guy. Like i don't think well are going to be a great fight pretty between these two guys. That should be interesting to watch. So michael chandler and hooker on that to fifty seven card and i know chandler wants title shots. I just wanna see the fight. I i'm sick of hearing about. I wanna fight for a title laughter. I fight just. Let's see a good fight yet. So weird situation the way you came in for bell tours obviously when the top guys there and kinda was put into a possible title shot when he was the backup for that fight with gigi and could be. If i love those guys. I didn't make weight or had issues are tested positive so he was ready to go four title. Technically then get it because both those guys. Obviously we're ready to go and we had that fight happen on fire island and now he's gonna be in here and finally making his debut he had some guys duck and me claims in ferguson. And some of these other guys though. It finally gets a game opponent year in hooker. And he's willing guys in that division. So you know. If he gets a win that should catapulted right there with all the rankings with all these other guys especially with guys like ferguson fully. I just don't get a title shot right away. I think i'll you know has been there and has a nice run going. So you gotta get him without shot before you give it to chandler. So you see hall of famer. Pat loosen his broadcasting. John he leaves at the capital breach. Yeah he was very clinton's with a whole bunch of people that it was know different. He wasn't with these people but ninety one. 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"On impeachment not because of partisanship but because she felt the country needs to be protected from trump's rhetoric even though it's at least seven days before the end of his term. We have the fierce urgency of now. Seven days is too long for him to be in power during the debate trump issued a statement calling for no violence but this week that his previous comments were appropriate. The senate impeachment trial isn't expected to begin until after trump leaves office all five house. Republicans from wisconsin voted. No including tom. Tiffany from north western. Wisconsin who said it's time for both parties to turn down the temperature meantime two bills that restrict transgender youths are on the docket for montana. Lawmakers year eric ticket off explains house bill. One twelve would ban transgender athletes in public schools from participating in sports consistent with their gender house. Bill went thirteen prohibit affirming healthcare for minors potentially finding doctors up to fifty thousand dollars for violating the statute as jay. How with montana women vote says these bills would harm young people. She says legislators should be focusing on covid nineteen. We think it's really frankly. Unconscionable that lawmakers are considering supporting this type of legislation especially at a time like this hearings for both bills were cancelled this week and have not yet been rescheduled. According to the montana legislature website sponsor of the bill john fuller a republican from. Whitefish did not respond to a request for comment in an interview with montana. Free press fuller says. He opposes treatment that could lasting effects on young people's bodies a similar measure to the ban on trans athletes in school sports. The idaho legislature last year but has been blocked by a federal court now an update from a story. We covered this week. The us supreme court reversed a pair of rulings from federal appeals courts that have put death row inmate. Lisa montgomery's execution on hold. The high court also denied to last minute request to postpone the execution according to wire reports montgomery put to death by lethal injection at federal prison at tarot hope. Soon after the court's decision that happened at one thirty one this morning she was the first woman to be put to death in federal prison since nineteen fifty three. This is p. ms. Smoking turns out to be prevalent among people with substance use disorders but tobacco. Prevention efforts often overlooked this population centers. President mary ward says a recent community mini grant from the american heart association and blue cross blue shield of north carolina will allow the organization to expand its nicotine replacement therapy program for residential patients. And what we learned in survey and patience that patients really were interested and receiving some type of therapy or care for nicotine addiction about one in four adults in the. Us has some form of a behavioral health condition and smokes. Nearly forty percent of all cigarettes consumed by adults to the centers for disease control and prevention. I'm nadia ramlan. Governor andrew cuomo uses third installment of the state of the state address wednesday to take on meeting the challenges of climate change. Cuomo announced that the new york state energy research and development authority will contract for two new offshore wind projects generating twenty five hundred megawatts of clean electric power the largest offshore wind project in the country. Joe martins has the new york offshore wind alliance in calls that a quantum leap forward toward meeting the goal of nine thousand megawatts by twenty thirty five as mandated by the climate leadership and community protection. Act the governor signed in july twenty nineteen year we are less than two years out and the state has already contrast for almost half of that together also announced contracts for four new solar projects that will generate a total of about twenty two hundred megawatts of power. I'm andrea sears. Reporting and finally. Are dan but tells us to help. The next generation of farmers a west virginia community formed. Group is raising funds to acquire land for future growers in a former coal region. The west virginia agrarian commons looks to buy an eighty two acre farm in fayette county with a ninety nine year lease according to ian mcsweeney with the agrarian trust which is working with the mountain state group. He says the average age of farmland owners is about sixty five and the cooperative farm will lower cost to make it easier for new growers to enter agricultural production listing. Farmers are aging out. The cost of farm land and farming is considerable which leads to thirty seven mid size farms a day closing is just financially unsustainable for a farmer stacks it and next generation farmers to take over in a state which twelve million acres of farmland. The commons group wants to preserve chia's agrarian way of life while also transforming formerly called dominated land. This is my clifford for public news. Service member and listener supported. Heard i great radio stations across the nation and a line at public new services dot. Org it is a look at your local full cost. From the hottest newsfeed weather center. That will be blustery. Conditions today with a sixty percent chance who drink. Winds will gust as much as thirty miles per hour from the southwest high temperatures in the mid forties. Tonight partly cloudy skies with a forty percent chance of low in the lower twenties. Friday it will be cold uncowed. 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"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Turn down the temperature meantime two bills that restrict transgender youths are on the docket for montana lawmakers. This year eric take it off explains house. Bill one twelve would ban transgender athletes in public schools from participating in sports consistent with their gender house. Bill one thirteen would prohibit gender affirming healthcare for minors potentially finding doctors up to fifty thousand dollars for violating the statute as jay. How with montana women vote says these bills would harm young people. She says legislators should be focusing on covid nineteen we think it's really triclean. Unconscionable that lawmakers are considering supporting this type of legislation especially at a time like this hearings for both bills were cancelled this week and have not yet been rescheduled. According to the montana legislature website sponsor of the bill representative john fuller. A republican from whitefish did not respond to a request for comment in an interview with montana. Free press fuller says. He opposes his treatment that could have lasting effects on young people's bodies a similar measure to the ban on trans athletes in school sports passing idaho legislature last year but has been blocked by federal court now an update from a story. We covered this week. Us supreme court reversed a pair. Rulings from federal appeals courts that have put death row inmate. lisa montgomery's execution on hold. The high court also denied to last minute request to postpone excution according to wire reports montgomery put to death by lethal injection at federal prison at tara hope soon after the court decision that happened at one thirty one. This morning she was the first woman to be put to death in federal prison since nineteen fifty. Three this is pms. Smoking turns out to be prevalent. Among people with substance use disorders fund tobacco. Prevention efforts often overlook this population centers. President mary ward says a recent community mini grant from the american heart association and blue cross blue shield of north carolina will allow the organization to expand its nicotine replacement therapy program for residential patients. And what we learned in survey and patience is that patients really were interested in receiving some type of therapy or care for nicotine addiction about one in four adults in the. Us has some form of a behavioral health condition and smokes. Nearly forty percent of all cigarettes consumed by adults according to the centers for disease control and prevention. I'm nadia ramlogan. Governor andrew cuomo uses third installment of the state of the state address wednesday to take on beating the challenges of climate change. Cuomo announced that the new york state energy research and development authority will contract for two new offshore wind projects generating twenty five hundred megawatts of clean electric power the largest offshore wind project in the country. Joe martin's z. New york offshore wind alliance in calls that a quantum leap forward towards meeting the goal of nine thousand megawatts by twenty thirty five as mandated by the climate leadership and community protection act. The governor signed in july. Two thousand nineteen are less than two years out in the state already contrasted for almost of that together also announced contracts for twenty four new solar projects that will generate a total of about twenty two hundred megawatts of power. I'm andrea sears. Reporting and finally our damn but are tells us to help. The next generation of farmers a west virginia community formed group is raising funds to acquire land for future growers in a former coal region. The west virginia green commons looks to buy an eighty two acre farm in fayette county with a ninety nine year lease according to ian mcsweeney with the agrarian trust which is working with the mountain state group. He says the average age of farmland owners is about sixty five and the cooperative farm will lower cost to make it easier for new growers to enter agriculture. Production listing farmers are aging out. The cost of farm land and farming is considerable which leads to thirty seven mid size farms. Day closing is just financially unsustainable for farmers tax it and next generation farmers to take over in a state with twelve million acres of farmland. The commons group wants to preserve appalachian way of life while also transforming formerly called dominated land. This is my clifford for public. Do servicemember analyst or supported heard i great radio stations across the nation and a line at public news service dot. Org it is a look at your local forecast from the heartland newsfeed weather center into will be blustery conditions today with a sixty percent chance of rain. Winds will gust as much as thirty miles from the southwest high temperatures in the mid forties. Tonight partly cloudy skies with a forty percent chance of rain low in the lower twenties friday. It will be cold in collier. There's a slight chance of snow showers in the morning high in the mid thirties. That's the latest twitter. Checkouts more news weather on our website at heart and newsfeed dot com sleeping bags so adam cook former military member himself. So he's coming from that perspective. If you want to join us six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty. We're going to go back to your calls and we'll give me update on what's happening. But i remembered. I spaced out right for the the end of the last segment. And we were talking about the hypocrisy of the right and the left and how i the right wingers or against the left wing people that are having protests. 'cause it's on quote violent even though the majority of them were completely peaceful and now and then of course the right wingers at the time were pro police will now the right wing is turning against the cops and good for them but now now the right wing. Supporting protests against the cops and other. Left-wing is against the protests and for the cops and you had the same behavior coming from consistency from people. Just yeah and so then. I pointed out you're talking about how like it wasn't just this. This has been going on for for a long time so you can go back over the last two decades for instance and look at the left wing and their antiwar left. During george bush. They disappeared during barack obama. And you made the point that they didn't come back during trump. And that's where. I spaced. On what i was going to say. And then i remembered right after we ended the segment. That what i wanted to say was the antiwar left or the left in general because the left in general sort of has this sort of demeanor of. We're less against war. Even though it's there's no real evidence for it the the left wing politicians are just as warmongering as as their right wing counterparts. So because they don't get held accountable and then here's what happened during trump was even though yes he did. Drop some bombs quite a few and killed some innocent people. No doubt about it. I'm not gonna take that away from him but he actually did do remove some troops from some of the places they were stationed and he did not start any new wars and he actually went to kim jong un and had meetings with the attempt to actually try to broker some peace between south and north korea which had never happened in the history of every president since the formation of north korea so trump actually deserve some credit for doing at least a little bit of some semi antiwar things compared to his predecessors kind of antiwar things. That's the best i can say but but my point was going to be the. Left-wing criticized him for this. They did every time. Trump pulled troops out of afghanistan or syria or wherever he pulled troops out of the left wing. Was like who the terrorists are gonna take over. Oh my god.

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"twenty two hundred megawatt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Rummler. Gone governor andrew cuomo uses third installment of the state of the state address wednesday to take on meeting the challenges of climate change. Cuomo announced at the new york state energy research and development authority will contract for two new offshore wind projects generating twenty five hundred megawatts of clean electric power the largest offshore wind project in the country. Joe martin's has the new york for wind alliance calls that a quantum leap forward toward meeting the goal of nine thousand megawatts by twenty thirty five as mandated by the climate leadership and community protection. Act the governor signed in july twenty nineteen here we are less than two years out in the state as already contract for almost half of that together also announced contracts for twenty four new solar projects that will generate a total of about twenty two hundred megawatts of power. I'm andrea sears. Reporting and finally are damn but argh tells us to help. The next generation of farmers a west virginia community formed group is raising funds to acquire land for future growers in a former coal region. The west virginia agrarian commons looks to buy an eighty two acre farm in fayette county with a ninety nine year lease according to end mcsweeney with the agrarian. Trust which is working with the mountain state group. He says the average age of farmland owners is about sixty five and the cooperative farm will lower cost to make it easier for new growers to enter agriculture production. Just thing farmers are aging out. The cost of farm land and farming is considerable which leads to thirty seven mid sized farms a day closing is just financially unsustainable for a farmer. Stacks that next generation farmers to take over in a state where twelve million acres of farmland. The commons group wants to preserve appalachian agrarian way of life while also transforming formerly called dominated. Land. this is my clifford for public. news service. Servicemember and listener supported her. I great radio stations across the nation and online at public new service dot. Org it is a look at your local forecast from the heartland newsfeed with us into that will be blustery conditions today with a sixty percent chance of rain. Winds will gust as much as thirty miles per hour from the southwest high temperatures in the mid forties tonight partly cloudy skies with a forty percent chance of rain rain low in the lower twenties. Friday it will be colder and cloudier. There's a slight chance of snow showers in the morning. High in the mid thirty s. That's the latest checkouts more news and weather on our website at http newsfeed dot com online. You at least if you're on somebody else's platform you have to pay whatever there rules are and i realize some people don't like that but it is universally. I mean. there's no way even if you have your own website set like we do. We still have to obey our web host terms of service and even if we host our own web host we still have to obey the terms. The services of isp. Well i can tell you that. I don't know what those terms of service our intention of obeying. I will move around until i can find a place where i am unmolested and i will say what i want to say in the meantime with you man but i get what you're saying is that they have these terms of service because they're corporations which means that they exist at the behest politicians right. These aren't just people who are running a business. They've decided they need to incorporate their business. Which is this sort of magical legal end quote unquote legal fiction idea. That lawyers came up with to protect people from liability. Well on the other side of that. Is those people then become even more obedient to the state. Why because they asked for a benefit when you ask the state to do something for you which is to say protect you from liability then on the other hand that you gotta do. What the state says. And so that's why all these corporations have terms of service that say well as you're using our product or service you have to use it in a lawful manner. You have to follow every stupid rule. These politicians come up with. They've got that and their terms of service that way. If you break the the so called laws which are just words on paper written by strangers and enforced by violent men and women but if you break those those laws then. The corporation has the excuse. Obviously they're going to leave hands off until it's you know all eyes are on them like we found out with this This host the hosting company in montreal. That took down the tree of liberty. Website the big lucite right. You know we found out that they they did that only after they were found out to have been host so they made the made news headlines and then they're like oh that's on our service okay. We'll take it down so obviously they didn't either didn't know or didn't care. I didn't know. Probably i imagine there isn't a whole lot of screening processes that go into what is being put up. And what isn't yeah. I suspect you're right about that. I mean especially with the large. These are yeah so This is what's happening out there and you need to know about it. The question is what is going to happen. What are the options. What are the alternatives. You know obviously you don't want to be on amazon because they've taken down there known for taking down politically unpopular sites. But are there any places that are not likely to target politically unpopular sites. Now look. I don't support cloudflare to some sort of web hosting. I don't think they do. I think they just protect you from Denial of service attacks and they do serve some cdn content so like they might serve your images out or something like that. But i don't know if they do straight up web hosting. I guess the question would be who is hosting the pirate bay. That is a good question because they're probably the one to go with right and of course they've had they've been followed around the internet for for a decade and have had to jump through different Web hosts in different. Url's they've changed url's doesn't plus time. I don't even use their url anymore. I just pull out their dark net site because it has never ever ever gone down really their main website. The pirate bay dot se or the martin bay dot org whatever it is right now it. There's a ten percent chance of it working. When i want it to so just a habit now of going to them on the dark net. Now how do you find the darkness. Site is the hidden mickey. Or what's the method for. I have it saved dark dot fail. I'm sure they do say bill in a document so it doesn't change because a lot of these online like dark net market sites. They're constantly changing their url. Right because you always have to go and find out. somebody's marseils. Yeah all right. So they're not getting the the pirate bay not that i am aware of interesting. If you wanna comment here. Our number six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty so are there any web hosts out there that actually do allow people to say what they want. I don't support violence. But that doesn't mean that i. I'm obligated to stop someone from saying whatever violent things they want to say yeah. I don't support violence either. I do support free speech. And you've been if someone is advocating violence. Those are just words and those don't hurt anyone. You're say they may inspire someone to actually orchestrate that violence but the person who orchestrated the violence is response is responsible and the person who is saying so like if you threaten somebody. That's generally considered a criminal act. It shouldn't be if the person believes that they're in well. That person's level of fear should not be what determines whether or not it's a threat. Okay my intent to act upon. It is what should make that determination. So let's boil this down to the absurd. Sure to try to make the point. We do that. Well we do that right okay. I see what you're saying as a free speech advocate. I would never take away. Someone's right to make these statements. However if i'm standing in the same room as you and i say this is just for entertainment purposes here aria. I'm going to kill you.

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