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US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk
"September twentieth was supposed to be an important date an approval from the food and drug administration. The cdc's committee of outside experts will be ready to start. These booster's booster program. During the week of september twenty weeks ago. The white house told us that starting september twentieth today americans would likely be able to sign up for a co vaccine. Booster shots visor. Certainly thinks it's vaccine needs a booster. The drug maker itself suggested after six months it's vaccine efficacy could wayne so on friday. Fda advisors met to discuss the idea of boosters but they emerged with a surprise recommendation of their own vote did not have. The majority voted no rather than agreeing with a vaccine maker rather than agreeing with some of the top scientists and the biden administration the fda advisory panel announced. That booster shots should be available soon but only for senior citizens and other select groups some important distinctions. Here let's break it down with. Abc's aimed flaherty who covers federal agencies. And and what is the actual recommendation here like. Who's going to be able to get a booster shot and win right. So i think it's important to remember. The fda actually hasn't decided yet. This is an advisory panel that was looking at the data and they were only looking at data that related to pfizer. So this is the first vaccine that rolled out. It rolled out mostly to nursing homes and health care workers more than nine months ago and what they did was. They looked at a lot of data. That was coming out of israel to determine whether or not people need a booster thaw back. The booster do improved protection by tenfold against confirmed infection and for elderly against superior kobe. Nineteen day said. They don't think boosters for all makes sense they think seniors and people who are at high risk of severe covet those two groups they think should have to go back and get an extra booster and they also said that they support people who are at serious risk because of their job so frontline workers healthcare workers even teachers. They mentioned they think those people might wanna consider getting extra
Montana Asks Court Not to Block New Laws Targeting Abortion
"Montana house accord not to block new laws targeting abortion Montana's Republican Attorney General is asking a court not to block enforcement of several new abortion laws Planned Parenthood filed the suit in the Yellowstone District Court claiming the laws would unconstitutionally restrict access to the procedure in the state the laws are set to take effect October first they would ban abortions after twenty weeks of gestation and restrict access to abortion pills the state is represented by the alliance defending freedom a conservative Christian legal group I'm Walter Ratliff
College Football Commentator Kirk Herbstreit Discusses His Scary Introduction to Fatherhood
"About how old were you then. Save me back to the beginning here. About how old were you when you first became a dad and had to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life. Well i dated a girl through high school and college. Same girl for eight years and then she went off to chicago to start her career she had done for years. I- red-shirted and so. I had a fifth year my senior year and during my senior year i met my future wife alison That year and then we got married. When i was i was about twenty eight years old Roughly and my first kids were born in two thousand. So i was twenty nine thirty years old. Roughly right around there when they were when they were born. Incidentally they were born I talked about this in the book but but my wife was twenty weeks pregnant than we would end for our normal routine. We knew we were expecting twins and we were going in for our normal scan and when we went in they said oh my gosh you know you're funneling we've got a problem you've got we got mitch you to the hospital. So she went straight up from that. Visit straight up the hospital to up up to the twelfth floor. And she stayed there On bedrest and held on for like to see if she could she could make it Did not get out of that bed for. She held on for eight weeks. And so the Twins were born at twenty eight weeks. There are two pounds each when they were born and then they were in the nick. You for about another eight weeks until they're able to come home. And so that was my introduction to to fatherhood and You know now. They're twenty one and and doing well. But tell you when you're a first time dad and that's your introduction That was that was scary. You know they're in the nick you and you know i didn't realize that your brain when it's develops tells your heart to beat and so their brains weren't developed enough so they're the ekg wiring all on couple times with flat. Line on your thinking. They've died and you freak out until nerves to come over they'd come over and just kind of shake their leg and then the next thing they'd start breathing again but it was a traumatic experience to go
Tips on Writing a Technical Book
"Welcome to another episode of the front end. Happy are podcasts. I don't know how many of you are aware of this. But our own shirley wu has written and published a book with her friend nadi. We are all super excited for her and thought why not talk about publishing books. That's an interesting subject. That i definitely am not familiar with so in this episode. We decided not to talk with us. And shirley about their book nutty. Can you give us a brief introduction of who you are what you do. And what your favorite happy hour beverages. Sure so my name as naive aamer from the middle. I live right. Outside of amsterdam. Used to being astronomer then became a data scientist and then found out that database is even better than that Combining creative with the sort of the howard side of math and coding So then i eventually became a freelancing data visualization designer at work. I like to work on a bigger data stats have anything to do with science especially astronomy i. I seem to gravitate towards network like data sense. Just giving myself a hard time. Because they're very hard to properly visualize. Yeah so i've been freelancing for the last four years of now stop freelancing for half year because i've become student at the fabric adamy which is a worldwide kind of globally distributed chorus led by mit which you may you learn to make almost anything. In in twenty weeks that goes from Three d. printing laser cuttings Designing and creating your own electronic said working with senators programming all the back end. The i'm doing right now. I have no other life left of this quick. Because every every minute i have. There's a lot of fun. I wanna join and My favorite happy hour beverage would be generally something with malibu or current affairs or lend generally. I am the kind of person that knows so little about it that i just asked the waiter. Give me the sweetest thing. You have menu.
Economy Revs Up as Americans Increase Spending on Flights, Lodging, Dining Out
"The lead story in the wall street journal this morning was economy revs up as americans increase spending on flights lodging and dining out and effectively. What this shows is that there is huge pent up demand for the experiences that were most compromised cove nineteen pandemic the biden administration has announced that they met their distribute one hundred million vaccine doses in one hundred days goal in just fifty eight days and continue to push states to have the vaccine be available to everyone by may. This is leading to big potential growth. Economists surveyed by the wall street journal raise their average twenty twenty one economic growth forecast to five point nine five percent up from four point eight seven percent in february. This would be the fastest pace. In four decades. And as i mentioned there are some specific indicators that the chief beneficiaries are travel experiences and hospitality experiences that were lost. Airbnb and vr b. o. are currently above pre pandemic levels. Us hotel occupancy. Hit a twenty week high of forty nine percent a week ago. The article in the wall street journal also had great little segment about the mohawk mountain house. Which is a resort in my neck of the woods over here in the hudson valley. They had it worse than the two thousand seven to two thousand nine recession. But now they're getting tons of inquiries about of all things have family. Reunions
The Other Side of Grief with Angie Smith
"Can you take us back to audrey. he's pregnancy and talk a little bit about about your story. From last season it was twelve years ago. Which is really hard to believe. You're talking about that the other day but the basic stories that i was pregnant with my daughter audrey she would have been our fourth daughter in. We found out during the pregnancy. Just like a regular at our twenty week ultrasound that she had many issues that made her incompatible with life and the term that they used and we ended up carrying her for several more weeks until she was passed viability. We just want to give her a shot. You know even though we were just praying for a miracle. We did not get the miracle that we really wanted but sheila for about two and a half hours and it was absolutely one of the hardest times of my life but she still so much part of our family. I feel like so in fact all the little neighborhood girls are designing they call us the sleeve or they somehow combined oliver. The smirks for they've mind are lasting of there's adorable mansion on us to all league compound firstalec giant house and they give audrey room held me so yeah it's still i mean it's so tender now but yeah it really beautiful to see him and other people remember her include her so so. Let's talk about that. That my one of my good good friends. Just walk through this. And i was actually there with her the day that her baby died and it was just you know and it reminded me of of you because i feel like you have given so many people picture into something that is often private and often not talked about in in so just in that season. We're talking about you know being fragile in this time. And i know since then because i'm your friend i know more and more horrific suffering that you've been through since then and i want to know just what that word fragile means to you and i think even back angie to your book cover of a broken china page. That was piece that together. I mean this is really something that an image for you it in your life. Yeah i think fragile is a really good word to describe this. The last season of my life. Like i sort of almost used that term with my general life like there's always like a little bit of i think for me right now and in those situations what i'm seeing is that even when i feel like i'm doing really well then i could still kind of take turn quickly where it's like one of those things that this is the dumbest example but i was at ulta yesterday and i i mean i've been out but not like probably as much as some people have in june okay with the whole pandemic like i mean. We're my husband's best friend who's here said on. You've been training for the soon. Like i like being home like so we i go to ulta. Everything's just take down like everything just feels like. I think everyone's got masks on all of a sudden. Like i just feel like i'm always sort of teetering on being in the hall. Just feels like there's a shift that i don't feel like i ever expect it. I mean even might. I mean my dad passed away. Which is part of what you were referring to and i was in the store and i was okay and then what actually broke me was. I saw this bottle of allure perfume. Which was the first Data ever bought for me and like the cell. So it's stuff like that where you're i think. There's just a different tenderness right now. That even in the moments where feeling we're kind of holding it together. It feels like most people i know are also like but this could break at any time right. Looks really solid right now. Right in an hour yet. I get a totally different answer. So it's a good word for it. Yeah i think you're right. I think i wake up some mornings. And i'm like i don't have any bearings i i feel. I don't have time and space like recently. I kept talking about our staff meeting tomorrow. I'm talk to our meeting tomorrow. And they're like it's friday. That's four days away just like i don't even know what to say it. Looks like a senile eight five year old but i cannot. I can't play it. Put my feet in time and space very well. You know which does make it just all feel like what secure in what's in what is all it it absolutely and i feel like i mean i. What's funny is. I think everyone is forgetting the days of the week. It's just these crazy. Yeah i do all. I did it today. I mean i like i thing. Is you know. yeah no. I think that that's part of it is just it. It's what you said. There's this like sort of like were lost in space and time and everything looked so weird and you know. I'm watching my neighbors. One of my dearest friends put her kindergartner on the bus. And he's the most lake shy in will mask and she's like i've never seen this classroom. I've never talked to the teacher like in. She's like a note. she looks like right here. She seems really nice. But altman dat. I tend to have depression anxiety. And i always have in so in this season. It's been extremely difficult. And i know. I'm not the only one but it's you said it's just kinda can't get your bearings in it makes you feel so unsteady in that revealing feeling to me is like it goes to panic. It doesn't it's not absolutely you'll uneasy here like so. Yeah we what we we right. I mean navy but then it's it's it's like it's the same as suffering all the things that you've been gone through lately it's like that that's that's also a grief does right is it puts you kind of in an alternate reality and and i wanna talk. 'cause i know there are so many women listening right now i mean i just i specifically think of my dear friend cathy who is just you know it's been one year anniversary just happened and so i want you to talk to them that those that have lost a child looking back on that journey. What do you wish you could tell yourself back then. I think i would probably talk about the fact that so funny. You ask that right. I said it regarded pandemic but that there is another side to this. You're you're not going to be in this place forever. So free i would say at the time it just felt like it would never end. Yeah fell it. would never recover in. Grief is weird. I'd probably tell myself that to you that it's again like it isn't the steady like okay. I'm better now. okay. I'm it's it's unexpected
Chrissy Teigen shares heartbreaking essay about losing son Jack
"Right spend the money to transition this story. Something we did see an social media at that wish shared for a purpose to resonate and relate to people and help them feel like they're not. So alone Chrissy Teigen's post. that. She made after Losing Baby Jack at twenty weeks a couple of weeks ago yesterday she released an essay I guess I could call it that was just so tough to read I mean it's beautifully written but. It really detailed the moments leading up to. The time she had to say goodbye to her baby and she talked about how you know being put on bedrest. She thought that was going to help the baby, make it to the safer zone of twenty eight weeks. She was experiencing lots and lots of bleeding and at twenty eight weeks doctors would have given her an APP doral and she would have been induced to deliver but just twenty weeks again, she began bleeding excessively leading to an emergency hospital visit. She wrote the fluid around Jack Become very low. He was barely able to float around at some points. I swear it was solo. I could lay on my back and feel his arms and legs from outside my belly after couple nights at the hospital my doctor told me exactly what I knew was coming it was time to say goodbye he just wouldn't survive this and if it went on any longer I might not either she also addressed the people that were calling her out and took issue with her choice to share Saatchi personal emotional experience on social media and she said initially she and John Legend or uncomfortable with taking those photos of Baby Jack after they knew he had passed and They were holding him in the hospital. She's crying she confessed though I knew I needed to know of this moment forever the same way I needed to remember uh, kissing at the end of the aisle the same way I needed to remember our tears of joy after Luna and mild I absolutely knew I needed to share this story she said, she shared for people who have lived what she went through. She shared with the people who needed to see it. She wrote the thoughts of others do not matter to me. She plans to combine her late Son's ashes with the soil of a tree and their new home.
With Milk Sales Up, Dairy Industry Revives Iconic Got Milk Campaign
"From, wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday August twenty seventh something strange happened over the last few months we started drinking milk again think it might have had anything to do with pandemic for the last several years. It's felt like the dairy industry been singing swan songs milk sales fell thirteen percent from twenty ten to twenty eighteen according to CNN I one dairy. Then another collapsed under the weight of competition from plant based drinks soy almond, coconut, banana, Oat flax all. Those plants were out to get poor daisy the cow the dairy industry was so freaked out that it launched a pilot lawsuits against makers of those plant based drinks trying to forbid them from using the very word milk. You can't squeeze milk out of another grain they said but for the moment, at least dairy farmers are experiencing a bit of relief with. So many of us eating more meals at home, we're guzzling the white stuff again, it's long been true that milk drinkers tend to drink milk. Not at restaurants. So lockdowns have in fact, helped the dairy business cow's milk sales rose about twelve percent over last year for the twenty weeks ending. July eighteenth CNN reported your kid and mind mindlessly grabbing a swig from the carton added up to four and a half billion dollars in sales this spring, and that has spurred the dairy industry to revive an iconic ad campaign. Remember got milk. Vast company called it one of the most famous ad campaigns in history that campaign was launched in Nineteen ninety-three, its message, whatever you do don't run out of milk over time three hundred celebrities including Britney Spears Dennis Rodman Bill Clinton, and the simpsons all appeared sporting those milk mustaches. The ads became enormously popular by the end of the campaigns run in two thousand, fourteen, ninety percent of all adults were familiar with got milk to Huffington Post Contributor Gene Delvecchio but there was one a little problem. The ads didn't actually work over that same time milk sales declined steadily soda consumption bubbled over guess what those Soda Lovers used to drink you got it delvecchio a former AD industry executive argues the got milk ads were like bringing peace shooters to a gunfight, the gunfight being Pepsi and Coke Monster Marketing Budgets while the to soda makers battled each other milk lost but the dairy industry apparently believes their campaign was effective embracing Estonia the industry's marketing arm milk. PAP has revived the got milk campaign today's ads bear little resemblance to the Owens though. Sure there's still some celebrities Olympic gold medal swimmer Katie decades, viral tiktok video showing her perfectly balanced a glass of milk on her head while swimming a lap. That's certainly a turned heads but the bulk of today's campaign features, regular folks and a ton of user generated content milk drinkers were urged to do silly things with milk and boy did they respond people open gallons of milk with their toes jumped into kiddie pools filled with milk and cereal according to the trade paper? Agra. News will this generation's got milk ads do anything to keep the cow's milk train going if the wildly popular ad campaign of your didn't work well. Be Hard pressed to say that this one is a better peashooter. The dairy industry itself is making predictions. They say they're simply celebrating the quarantine induced sales boost. What is true however is that the competition from those plant based rivals is only getting. Over the same twenty weeks that saw a twelve percent rise in dairy milk sales oat milk sales went through the roof up two, hundred, fifty percent. Of course, oat milk sales are still tiny compared to cow's milk. They totalled only one, hundred, thirty, five, million dollars, but other signs point to the continued aggressive challenge from those gentle plant based alternatives. Oatley the. Leading oat milk maker recently attracted two hundred million dollars in investment funding from blackstone and Oprah it hopes to go public next year according to Forbes, and on Monday good Karma, a maker of flax milk bought itself back from bankrupt dean. Foods investors are Thurston lapping up all of these cream alternatives and no matter how beloved the Got Milk Gad's once were. All this competition puts a whole lot of pressure on twenty twenties version of the same campaign.
Lebanon tribunal names 4 suspects in Hariri killing
"Is more than. Fifteen years since Lebanon's Prime Minister Rafic, Hariri was killed in a massive car bomb along with twenty one others. Later today an international caught near The Hague will hand down verdicts in the trial of four people accused of planning and carrying out the attack the four accused of of the Iran backed militia and political party. Hasballah. Hezbollah itself is not formally accused. Well, let's hear from the journalist and multiple twenty four regular contributor in Beirut Leyla Milana Allen Lali you're standing outside the very hotel in front of which Rafic Hariri was killed. What sense is in Beirut today that the justice will be done. There is very little sense. the families, all of the twenty one people other than because eighty who were killed as well as the nearly three hundred injured have waited as you say, over fifteen years justice taking a very long time this commission to come through with this, and the problems are a few of course many people here feel that the responsibility lies with the Syrian regime and through has through then has one. and. The five men on trial here all labeled as Hezbollah supporters because they found it very difficult to actually find evidence to show that they his bumbling members because, of course. Is So secretive I'm one of the biggest problems is that must have budgeted dean who was the main sort of ringleader debt these indictments who was accused of having set. The whole thing was known very well as the military imam to Hezbollah was killed in two thousand sixteen an attack on Damascus APP while his was helping Bashar Assad's regime with the wool there. So he was the one person who is very easy to link to Hezbollah and the only evidence they have all circumstantial evidence from these mobile phone networks. So as we expected, the indictment will come through the verdict will. Saying that before remaining men all guilty lane attempts about those who are accused of the murder of the prime minister. said a five men who stand accused have all been labeled Hezbollah supporters and that's because it's incredibly difficult to prove that they were in fact, Hezbollah members everyone in Lebanon believes that that. The majority of people believe that Kennedy was assassinated at because he was starting to pull away from supporting the Syrian regime who'd had troops stationed in Lebanon nearly thirty years all the way through the civil war and afterwards, and of course, we now know that Hezbollah very heavily H. Two zero. But this was all just sort of starting not link between Syria and Iran and Hezbollah but the main man was accused of being the ringleader. Organized the whole nation is most of that that the WHO was very well known as the head of the military wing of Hezbollah but he was killed in two, thousand sixteen and attacks Damascus Apple, which means he's no longer in the indictments and he was the only person. It was very easy to direct the link because there was evidence that he walls a top commander in. Bola. So I, the that means that it's very unlikely has itself will be named in the verdict today it will simply be. These men and then these men haven't been found the Lebanese government has been able to find. Her Bella is a big portion Lebanese government and the chief of Hezbollah nationalize long maintained that he absolutely does not see any of independence in this inquiry he says that it's funded by Israel and he says that there is no way that they will ever hand over these suspects old they will ever be found and historic has very good at hiding its top guys who've been involved in operations in. Lebanon in Syria and even Iran many think that these four worship over to Iran. So even if that comes through in the verdict is guilty as we expect, there's not really going to be any justice indeed has on Rolla said that Hezbollah isn't worried or isn't remotely concerned with today's verdicts but what will the repercussions be? The repercussions are unlikely to be much at this point, and that's for a few reasons I, Ne- as I said standing outside the. Hotel, which at the time in two, thousand and five win this thousand kilograms of TNT when pages devastating crater in the middle of the road and destroying all the buildings around loons lodge in the public consciousness here you there had been assassinations in the years off the list of this by the largest active. So many people because whoever was responsible really wasn't taking any chances and it was enormous copy. And other than the two thousand, six war with Israel, which was very different because it's a war in terms of an explosion going off in a very recognizable. Popular Ponte. out of nowhere that was the one that was remembered. Of course, until two weeks ago, two, thousand, seven, hundred and fifty tons of ammonium nitrate. In the port, just a few hundred meters down the road from this hotel. Injuring seven thousand people or more chilling up to two hundred, and still don't have a full body copy. What is still missing Susan now is far more would have. Done that assassination the other thing is that at the time, it was very shocking that people. Had Eighty was really associated with post for Lebanon. He was the symbol of course will Lebanon deeply loved by international leaders around the world as well as many Lebanese and so the idea that the Syrian regime would dad's kill him has would dare to kill him with. So shocking even though of course, assassinations were quite common but he was he was such. An important figure now firstly, since then of course, we've seen brushing Alaska wage a almost decade long bloody war against his own citizens in Syria we've seen very clearly now those strong legs between Hezbollah Syria and Iran Hezbollah work soldiers full bachelor says regime in the civil war in Syria. So nobody would be remote. You surprised now that that they all responsible. And the other issue of course is the fact that. Sad had eighty I think Kennedy some kind of stepped in his stead very much because he was the son and that's why he was given so much faith especially young age and has become such an important figure in politics here. But in the last year, we've seen a rudy seismic shift in Lebanese. Politics. People say that happens every fifteen years the lost round with two, thousand, five, thousand, and six before the civil war ended in one, thousand, nine, hundred before about. It started in nineteen, seventy five, and now of two, thousand, one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty weeks but newest protest movement Saudi the is very much seen as one of those political elites people out. So the younger generation at least don't have that same attachment to the family and time to seeing them as such an important force a good and for future movements, which is what that party is called Ford Movement in Lebanon So really this bird apartment, of course for the families. Of those killed and injured is not really going to have that much of an impact with so much else going on right now.
"twenty week" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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Gigi Hadid Is Pregnant, Expecting First Child With Zayn Malik
"And congrats to supermodel Gigi Hadid and former one direction member Zayn Malick they are expecting their first child together TMZ says that Gigi is about twenty weeks
Interview With Jenny Ma About The Center for Reproductive Rights
"All right well. Today we are joined by Jenny. Ma who was a senior staff attorney with the Center for Reproductive Rights? Hi Jenny how are you doing okay? Are you for hanging in there? Thanks so much? We're really grateful to you for taking the time to speak with us. We know you're very very busy but we're very excited to hear what you are working on over there. I'm sure most of our listeners are familiar with your organization. But can you start by telling us a little bit about the center and what it does sure The Center for Reproductive Rights is a global organization so we work on domestic as well as global matters and we use the power of the law to advance reproductive rights as fundamental human rights around the world and my role as litigator is to lift in state and federal courts to ensure that unconstitutional laws. Do not go into back across the United States. That's really concise answer. It seems like you've done that before. A mission with everything going on right now. We're seeing that. It's really easy to lose track of all the different ways that you know. Governments are using corona virus as a cover to chip away at rights for example. We've seen a lot of states trying to shut down or shutting down abortion clinics saying that it's an interest of public safety. Bite that being very counterintuitive and. I know that that is something that you're currently really meshed in and we would love to. Have you walk us through? What's happening you know from before the virus have until now and all the stuff that we should be aware of. Yeah absolutely Hopefully some of your listeners have heard what's been going around Across the United States with regards to abortion. And what's been going on with? Nineteen but If I can backtrack just a little bit. The center did have this Case argued before the Supreme Court. It was called. You'd Medical Services Verses Reso- way back when which seems like a lifetime ago back in March for five years ago in March one hundred years ago a century ago. And you know coming off of that. It's really really thought that we were going to enter. In to a time where we would just watch the state legislatures in see if they would pass bans or other restrictions. That's what we do in a normal year every year state legislatures need. Sometimes they'll be proactive bills to protect reproductive rights but oftentimes as you guys have homeless in the media. There's bands being on promulgated twenty week bands sixty bands fifty week bands like the and most recently last year you saw Alabama which I like basically a total ban on. Yes so that's what we track normally and it gets to a point where those Bills Become Law. We go ahead and bring our lawsuits in court so our state team very much tracks. Those laws are litigation team goes to court and try walk those laws and that's kind of the the bread and butter of what I do. Now when Corona virus and cove in nineteen crisis began As many of your listeners are out there We began to work from home and we started to see basically that first week Several states pass Either through their governor's executive orders or through the Health Department. These notices and basically there were very differently worded. You know across the different states. But it said something like no. You're non-essential your elective or minor. Procedures would have to be postponed now. I want to emphasize that makes total sense right. Like if you have your nose job scheduled you should probably hold off right. Nope oh talks right now. Plays right exactly the hold off on that. But then we saw You know none of these orders had the word abortion in it you know. We saw some. That had actually proactive measures. that resulted from. Illinois. New Jersey Massachusetts. California Michigan The stage for a lawn saying but definitely not for pregnancy related care definitely not Okay including abortion so we saw stomach ulcers now of course you know your Spidey Sense. Kinda tingles when words like this right and And this is not us being paranoid Clearly time has shown. That's exactly what certain states did. But we started tracking Kind of the actions of different governmental actors in certain states. That are the what? I'd like to call market leaders in Abortion Resign Cambridge. So it's the typical group of folks in these states and we saw the first one out we were tracking star roles states in the south and the Midwest and we saw Ohio's governor on at Saturday after their executive order issued publicly. Go out there and say well. Of course. Abortion is nonessential or non time-sensitive. Nastase stop. Because you know you can stop a pregnancy. Yeah that's not time sensitive. We only have Bans for time sensitive bands. But it's not time sensitive isn't time sensitive F. Yeah exactly it's like you can put pregnancy on a shelf right so no that's not without delay due date just hit the bus so obviously alarmed a lot of lawyers so we got together with a lot of our litigating friends out. There are so we work a lot with planned parenthood. Aclu and the learning projects along with my organization the Center for Reproductive Rights. We decided okay. We're going to start tracking what's going on here since. Ohio clearly put us on high alert. There were certain states that we were pretty sure Would Act similarly all suits so he can imagine Texas was high up there and guess what went on there but So that's kind of what we started to see 'em then we started seeing more and more public displays by Attorney General's by governors by different health department officials saying. Yeah you know what abortion is going to be banned for this time period and we're going to say that it's nonessential we're GONNA say it's not time sensitive and you're GonNa have to halt During this time now I want to just say that you know. There's some intuitive appeal to this. I want to make it clear to you all on your listeners right yeah. Pregnancy is not static. I think that's basic principle and these states. You can save all sorts of the equipment that you need during this pandemic you know and you should just put it on hold because it's not essential and I wanted to make clear two things one. The states that are saying this are the same vendors have tried right. I wanted to be clear that it's it's not like Mary. Transparent right it's it's what's been clear and they are putting press releases out there saying they're gonNA shut down clinics and they're making their role as explicit as possible like the purpose is so clear when they're out they're just putting it out there in the public. It's it's pretty wild and then I just want to also emphasize the science right. Forget the lawyers like my job is to make arguments for our clients but science has weighed in here and immediately and I wonder what I rightly know. The American Medical Association truthfully had not weighed in on abortion for the longest time out there that this is not a time for politicians to be deciding what is time essential on what is not like those are for the doctors and provide professionals to decide rain events basic concept and the American college obstetricians gynecologists which is the leading medical group for Obgyn's explicitly said and then they came out almost immediately when they started seeing this initial trend in Ohio and Texas. And they said Look. This is not abortionist. Absolutely time-sensitive care. It is necessary if you are pregnant. Go either get. Ob Care if it's a wanted pregnancy and absolutely get your abortion if it's an unwanted pregnancy abortion is do you remember the date that that happened. When when people I started to notice this was happening it was a little bit over a month ago and I think if you kind of Google are friendly there we could not but it's around. I would say we started March march sixteenth. That gap of sixteen than really kind of picking up That week and so it's been a little bit over a month and of course I've mentioned two states Texas and Ohio but Not just them right now. We have eight states that have been explicit. And I just want to emphasize here before we if you WANNA go into detail about those states like those are the ones that are lawsuits on alright. I Call Leagues and the Litigating Groups. I mentioned were also monitor training and preparing legal. I in several states that have had these stop goes like there. Were these public. Statements knows a withdrawal and and so they're way more than eight states kind of odd about using this opportunity and down to ban abortion care. These eighths eighths Like I said are the worst offenders before we move forward. I just wanted to clarify when we talk about these states Announcing these these bands you know stops are. They're saying that it's temporary. Are they putting out? Are they saying that? I'm assuming they are for now but as the same are stay at home orders. Just keep getting extended. I'm wondering if they're saying it's just for a few weeks. Or what have you and you can wait a few weeks. Is that kind of what we're seeing so in some states. Yes right. So they're not cut copy and paste stage so in certain states. There are okay. It's going to last till the end of the month in certain states. They'll be like oh if but it'll get extended if necessary some states actually. Don't have anything. Some states actually stay until further notice which is actually even more offensive because it's so early and right But I just WanNa be clear that Abortion terrorists incredibly safe but it is more safe if you get it all right. There's no reason to delay healthcare in any capacity and for a state legislator and state officials to be saying you know what even though this is considered essential health care by the AMA and all believing health and public health officials. That are out there. Yeah you still want you to stop. We still want to wait a month or wait even longer than that because no one knows how long this is going to go right and so on the surface. This is infuriating. But it's even more so when you start to think about who specifically this is affecting The majority of people that require abortions. I don't have the statistics but I know I know that they're you know. Maybe the people that are single mothers or you already have children and they are low income and now they are without work or their now in charge of the daycare for their existing children or God. Even there's people that are sheltering in place in environments with. They aren't safe to communicate with their partner. Maybe they're sheltering with their abuser and they don't have anybody that can reach out and talk to about this stuff and and this guy's of saying that this is for public health and public. Safety is so backwards because the opposite happens yes. People might take matters into their own hands or they're going to try to go out of state to find treatment and a lot of these people are in states in states that are surrounded by other states that also have abortion bans. Or what have you? Yes so this is absolutely true. You've hit upon so many burdens that we see from our clients patients all the time in normal
The Controversy Around 'Essential' Businesses
"We're gonna return now to a question that continues to confound and even anger many people across the country as government shut down most activities in effort to contain the spread of the corona virus what is considered essential of course some jobs businesses or services are recognized as essential across the board first responders hospital in urging Kerr personal grocery store workers and pharmacies but in the absence of a national stay at home order individual states and cities have been making their own decisions and some jurisdictions have chosen to define what's essential in a way that has sparked controversy and even lawsuits Texas for example is one of a handful of states that have sought to label most abortion services as non essential meanwhile in California it's up to each county to decide whether a gun shops should be allowed to remain open and in Arizona barber shops and hair salons seem to be on the essential business list until the governor there reversed course to help us understand all this week called on three reporters were covering these stories terra Haley is a senior contributor for Forbes Thomas Peele as an investigative reporter for the bay area news group and when I got this a staff correspondent at Bloomberg government thank you all so much for joining us hi thank you thanks for having us here you're very welcome terra Haley we will start with you since you've been covering the abortion ban in Texas I understand that this ban was not originally and governor Greg Abbott's executive order so how did this come about the primary rationale has been that halting all abortions will preserve PP which stands for personal protection equipment so that includes things such as masks and gloves and face shields governor Abbott didn't specify anything about abortion in the actual order then the Attorney General Ken Paxton has a long long history of being very opposed to abortion rights and looks for opportunities to involve himself in making decisions about it so he the very next day after governor Abbott's order he passed he released a statement stating that that included abortion and it was very unclear at first which abortions that included it was assumed to be only surgical abortions so all surgical abortions in Texas were put on hold as soon as Paxton's order came out then a few days later on that following Friday the medical abortions abortions which use medication for termination of pregnancy those abortions were also halted and it wasn't really clear with the justification for those was since those don't use PP beyond gloves for an ultrasound so gonna ask you does the confusion what what it that's that's my question is what is the argument because the argument around surgical abortions as it's not a treatment of a disease and therefore these idms the scarce items like or increasingly scarce items like personal protective equipment needed to be reserved for Amer urged urgent matters but that doesn't apply to medically and medical abortion medical portion so what was the rationale it's not clear why they can justify it when the P. P. E. that would be used for abortions as much less than what would be used for prenatal care and for birth services especially if someone has a C. section so I think that's part of what they're going to be debating in the courts the question is what happens while it's working its way through the courts and at first it was allowed to proceed and then the fifth circuit of appeals reversed that so the justifications I think are still being worked out I was gonna ask about this because yesterday on this program we spoke to new York's Attorney General issued James and she is one of at think at this point it's a dozen and a half attorneys general from other states who are supporting legal challenges to the Texas border and what what's the what's the status of that challenge now what are some of the arguments of people have been making here the biggest argument is that abortion is a time frame for the procedure you cannot be pregnant indefinitely there there is a an actual time limit to when you can start to when you can no longer seeking abortion in taxes that's twenty weeks after twenty weeks you can no longer seeking abortion and obviously if you pay too long then you are going to be giving birth so it's not like you can delay it like you could a hip replacement or a thyroid surgery it is something that actually depends on time sensitive needs and in the midst of this we don't know how long the social distancing in the need for PP will both go on so to delay it indefinitely is a big concern I think Ohio has taken a different approach to take that into account Ohio it was very unclear for awhile what they were allowing what they were not and then it was finally clarified in one of the recent lawsuits where they said that surgical abortions should be delayed until they can't be delayed so basically if it's reaching a point where the woman is entering the window where she would no longer be able to have an abortion thing she is allowed to have it so that's a little bit more thoughtful in terms of the need for PP versus the time sensitive nature of an abortion okay Thomas P. all over you let's talk about California dear governor Gavin Newsom did not explicitly restrict gun stores as a non essential business but he's leaving it up to the sheriffs from each county to determine whether they should remain open could you just talk a little bit about the decision making their sure this began when the bay it but in six counties in the bay area issued the nation's first shelter in place orders in mid March and that came of course with a list of businesses that they deemed essential it could stay open grocery stores pharmacies gas stations things people really need to to survive even as they your stay home but gun stores were not mentioned no no businesses are explicitly mentioned as being ordered to close and some gun stores stayed open and there's been a well documented now national run on guns in the last month the FBI data is showing sales spiking and in Los Angeles the sheriff there our expo in a way that said very publicly he didn't want to run on gun stores he didn't want people who are not familiar with firearms buying them in a panic at this moment and he ended up flip flopping a couple of times or sandals county's top lawyer issued an opinion they deem gun shops essential the sheriff backed off the next day governor Gavin Newsom who is very active proponent of gun control was asked at a press conference about the issue any pundit he he kicked it back to the sure saying that he would leave the question of whether gun shops were central to the sheriffs in each individual county do you have a sense of why the governor's been reluctant to make a state wide decision on this no I think it's it's purely political Newsome signed fifteen gun control measures last November but I think in this instance a large part of the state his role the majority of counties in California read many of them were of course very low population but this is just something that seems like a bit of a third rail issue that the government didn't want to touch so there are multiple lawsuits going on right now challenging the gun store closures as I understand it and understand the NRA's sortie biz has started litigation to challenge the closures in those areas where they are because one of the arguments they're simply saying that the that any government action to stop a citizen from being able to buy a firearm is a violation of the second amendment so they're not arguing that guns are essential they're arguing that they are protected no matter what the circumstance yes they're arguing that local governments have no constitutional authority to stop the sale of firearms in so and let's turn to Brenda Goff now you've been reporting on Erica Arizona governor Doug Ducey's decisions one in particular to let personal hygiene services stay open
Katy Perry music video reveals she's having a baby with Orlando Bloom
"Katy Perry confirming to fans that she is pregnant yeah that is following her release of her new music video she shared the news that she and her fiance Orlando bloom are expecting their first child together in an Instagram live video after the premiere of the song never worn white she said there is a lot that's gonna be happening this summer not only will I be giving birth literally but also figuratively to something you guys have been waiting for and she said I'm so glad I don't have to suck it in anymore area around a big purse because that's apparently what she's been doing who let me be blunt that's going to be a really unattractive bait he actually was in another country when he got her pregnant he was on a paddle board and yeah but I have a son happens to get that okay Katy Perry and bloom have been in a relationship since twenty sixteen they got engaged in February of twenty nineteen and fans have been speculating since she released a teaser for the new music video earlier on Wednesday because she seen cradling a baby bump while wearing a long white gown so she's having a baby this summer I mean she's probably liked about twenty weeks along you know how long other I do because I I love couples that you know maybe have a little bit of strife in the and then the work it out like adults and they come back together you know they work through their crap and they come back together and I think it actually makes the bond stronger and that's what these two of don and I and I and I actually love them as a couple I know I need to this will be the second marriage for both of them you know remember she was married to Russell brand briefly and then he was married to Miranda Kerr and they have a child together she has gone on to Mary how did you see that Snapchat founder I think that too yes yes Evan Spiegel yeah yeah he is very poor right to make ends meet Hey T. C. P. seating shells and cheese
Carole Joffe: Author of "Obstacle Course: The Everyday Struggle to Get an Abortion in America"
"I'm Jim Taylor. Skinner in this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with professor reproductive. Rights Advocate Carol. Joffe about her new book. Obstacle course the everyday struggle to get an abortion in America. We opened our conversation by discussing. How legislation has failed to protect access to abortion because it overlooks the everyday obstacles. That make it nearly impossible from any women to obtain an abortion legislatively. I confess to being very cynical. I seriously I don't think that even I mean. Look the country's deeply deeply divided about abortion those who are pro choice. See these restrictions as inhibiting often in a very cruel way women's ability to get an abortion. Those who are against abortion say. Yeah that's the point. We we are putting these things in precisely so we don't believe in abortion so therefore These restrictions are good because they make it harder to get an abortion. They they make it easier to close down clinics so all is to say that. I'm I mean in terms of the legislative process I don't think that anything we say in our book will sway. Those who who are opposed to abortion could put an antiabortion restrictions. What my co author David Cone and I are hoping is that those who are pro-choice but do not do abortion work or study or advocacy twenty four seven like many of the People. We discuss in our book. will come to understand how onerous restrictions are and hopefully will will move to remove those legislators out of office so who who are doing this as people who are pro choice when. I look for someone to vote into office right just to put. It simply feels like this people when they speak to us and you know. They're saying vote for me when they talk about abortion they talk about Roe v Wade and it doesn't spread from there they don't really talk about all of the little restrictions that have gone into place which makes exercising your right to an abortion nearly impossible for a lot of women. I mean legislatively one of the things that you point out in the book is that you know Central v Wade past have been about what to- hundred restrictions by now probably probably more like thirteen hundred? Yeah I feel like none of our politicians are really focusing on those. Are you know they have a blind spot? They're only looking at Roe v Wade. We have the protective weighed. Yes no if certainly make sense and and You know what I would say in response to that is of course. It's important to protect Roe. V Wade and there's a lot to be very nervous about at this very moment about row but what researching and writing this book show to me. Is that many women already live in post real world. In other words if roe is overturned what presumably will happen is it will be turned back to the states. That means they'll be a lot of traveling from what we now. Call hostile states to quote haven states. But that's already happening. I mean one thing that really surprised me and I've studied abortion more than thirty five years. one thing. That really surprised me was just extent of the travel of efforts at took to just get to a clinic for so many women. The really important thing about your book when I was reading it. You outline the stories of a lot of women. I think the first person you highlight is a fifteen year old teenager right and her parents were kind of in and out of the picture. And when you think about the fact that in some states you have to have parental consent right and you think about the thousands of dollars at it takes to get an abortion and this particular person ended up in one of those e call fake clinic. What do they call them? A clinic crisis pregnancy center. You just talk us through that scenario of what that might have been like for her fifteen year old teenager while she was a extrordinary. We did not interview her personally. We we found her story she had written it up So I can't speak to her personally but she. She had extraordinary. Extraordinarily determination was like for her to go to the center. She lives in the state where she had to make a separate trip to the clinic. Twenty four hours before the abortion. She got to the clinic. She realized something was wrong. It was a fake clinic. These crisis pregnancy centers and there's thousands of them there. There are more crisis. Pregnancy centers in the United States. Now than there are abortion providing facilities and in a number of states. They get they get public funding. You know one of the most of the many things in this world to be enraged about one of the most enraging things is for example in the state of Texas. Money is taken away from family planning centres not even abortion. I mean you may be sure does not give money to abortion clinics but to family planning programs contraceptive programs and gives them to these religiously sponsored crisis pregnancy centers that outright. Lie To women they either tell them they're ultrasound is so far along that Can't pass get an abortion? Or sometimes they tell them they're ultrasound shows actually earlier stage in pregnancy than they actually are so these women won't rush and by the time they get to a clinic They'll be too late. Another feature of them is that they have been very aggressive about buying property. Is nearest possible to legitimate abortion facilities and it's often very very confusing to patients. I mean this this case that we talked about in the book we call her Collier. It's very common especially for example in in a case that we do discuss the park crisis. Pregnancy center had a parking lot right next to a clinic. People from the fake clinic would stand outside would wave women in who of course stopped that they were being waived into the real clinic. So yeah this is one of many many problems that women face when they try to get an abortion. When I read this story I I. It was just incredible to me. I was so angry. And just the Paul the links go to to to to lie to women and you know into teenagers who are going through something. That's really really hard. So and in that case with Talia this clinic you can remind me or tell me if I'm correct or not. This clinic was right next door very close to it and it looked very much like the real clinic and the name was very similar. That's right and when you go into these places they're they're you know they're wearing lab coats and make you think that their doctors that's right and just it's just unfathomable to me the link to go through none of the I think you hit the right word on the head. It's unfathomable that these fake clinics Goto but it also Jennifer I would also say it's unfathomable the lengths women not just teenagers but women in general have to go through to get their abortions and they do. Yeah they do right. That gets to one of my next questions do we do. We have any data on. The percentage is the percentage of cases where obstacles collectively were. They've been successful right in a woman knocking abortion we done. That's a great question. We don't have good data on specifically women who were dissuaded or allied to at a crisis pregnancy center. My colleagues here at UCSF in the answer program have come up with a estimate that about four thousand women a year Who Show up at clinics are turned away because they arrived too late in in just station. Your listeners should understand that all abortion facilities are not uniform some go only through the first trimester of pregnancy some go to eighteen weeks Some states a number of states have banned abortions after twenty weeks there's only three or four clinics and the United States that will perform abortions after twenty four weeks and that's usually for Fetal anomalies or the woman herself is is very ill. I mean those are not the only people who get abortions there. But that's the bulk of the cases so It's a very cruel vicious cycle Europe. Poor woman you find out you're pregnant you try you look around you. Try to find a clinic. You make an appointment you try to find someone who will drive you there. You try to arrange childcare for your children. Sixty percent of abortion patients are our parents You arrange to take time off from work so all you have to put all these things into place. What we found out is simply getting a getting a reliable ride to a clinic if you don't have your own car or even if you do some clinics a use sedation which means you are not able to drive yourself home afterwards. Anyway but the time you get all these pieces in place and you show up to the clinic you may be past that clinics limit
"twenty week" Discussed on 710 WOR
"A lot of people all day yeah because I don't have mine on the plan the snow tires without cars now at the tires or tires and there's no snow tires cars no though all right so my my old Acura I always have to put on new tires didn't do it right so I that's amazing though a thousand right also Flutie flakes coming back but was that means you don't know what that means I those words of me and they know me Doug Flutie I say that you don't know who that is now wow I'm just a sports guy maybe one okay kind of a **** do you know transcending figure in sports Mets giants jets football okay the play play for the bills it's in your team okay yeah Buffalo Bills the San Diego Chargers button when compatriots played for the New Jersey generals that Donald Trump on that team as a matter of fact I never heard of them but I USFL the spring has the full long story anyway so Flutie what what made him a legend is the fact that he is basically my high so as not to zero quarterback yeah quarter of quarterbacks tall quarterback yeah because you had over these really tall lime in the right when they put their hands up they could be over seven feet so usually need a quarterback that six four six five six six that that's that's nice of you have Flutie maybe five nine so trouble call him little Doug Flutie many many Flutie well it was on a team so we didn't insult them I see is paying a lot of money I see right so Flutie when's the Heisman Trophy that goes to the best college football player despite being this little little guy he's five ten who's that Flutie that's not big for quarterback okay it and I guarantee you he's not five no because you said your height all right that's true well he's listed as my high I see I I don't believe that he is and he he looks like Michael J. fox basically really yeah so who's the right I got a guy that you're like that's the court about right so he was so legendary vertically when he went to buffalo later in his career that they invented the serial form really yeah called the Flutie flicks okay all right and they even got his own box I'm showing it to you right now that that yeah like what like total corn flakes somewhere that are like special K. okay right so they only made a very finite amount of these Flutie flakes and in nineteen ninety eight right usually when you Sir really throughout the boxes of people smart enough to keep up and now the collector's items you're kidding how much of the old for I mean I had one god I wish I know what I did with that my kids maybe that that's not good thank god you're alive in twenty years old something happened where I think my wife said I'd throw this out this is old anyway the expiration date was like we can't eat this what's that choose a the expiration dates and we can't exactly so anyway Flutie is actually behind bringing this back because a proceeds from the sales will benefit the Doug Flutie junior foundation for autism has a all system that's really sad and I said he has a a way to make money for autism yeah absolutely it's great yeah through the serial and he's still is on TV he does games for NBC sports for another name games he does so yeah this is after twenty week absence they were sold in nineteen ninety nine sold two point three I'm sorry about I I got this wrong before glory two point three million boxes were sold wow right but then once he left buffalo than they stop making them so these only sold ninety eight ninety nine and they went to San Diego this okay we're done please bring it back for to raise money for autism so we should all buy some and then keep them because they'll be worth something in ten years from now and that's exactly right Cooper very good point Hey speaking of money by the way Cooper.
Prepping for Baby #5
"Today. We're GONNA BE TALKING ABOUT BABIES. Those of you who listen to last week's episode or have been reading my blog know about our exciting news so yeah we'll be talking about that and how things have changed changed over the past five years of the past thirteen years in the case since my oldest was born and different gear recommendations that people have sent in so thank you all for doing those out. We're going to be doing more episodes about advice. Various people have for the baby stages and such. I just can't believe there's a thirteen year age. Spread that is amazing. Matt is going to be you're. GonNa have a built in babysitter right and maybe at least for the older kids. I'm definitely comfortable. Leaving Jasper with the older children home town in newborns are complicated well. We'll we'll see how that all works out. I'm so excited for you. I mean you guys I sort of had this like inkling and I can't even remember why anymore and then when she told me it was like so I just I just I'm so excited for this and oddly enough some of not just lower but like I feel like a lot of my very close those relatives and acquaintances are all having babies at the same time so we are very excited to do this episode and talk to Laura. More about everything this US expecting although although she of all the people I know having babies. They're all having their first and you're having number five question for you. Is You feel like you're inducted into some kind of like special five because I do feel like you know two to three a three to four okay four to five to me. That's like that's like the Line Yeah I. I don't know I mean I always joke that. Zero to one is the big change everything. Oh I totally agree more from the outside of helping okay. Yes as whether you have a truly early big family yeah I duNno big families. Are I kind of in my mind. Put Four to five as the same bucket and so then then the six plus is where it starts getting interesting. DRE this inevitable. One more than you have always seems seems big big deal but six six dots crazy only crazy people do that now. We we did the reveal for the kids this Halawani about reveal yes so I had bought shirts for all the kids that the older two boys had wants big brother again Alex Scott one that said newest big Bro and risk got a big sister shirt and then I had a little onesie that said little brother and we all sat down we'd gotten back from our California vacation and we were sitting around the table. Call the family meeting hit everyone on route the shirts and a Jasper looked at it in two seconds like you're having another baby like Yay yeah because he put the pieces together like already put the pieces together. I think he mentioned that he had talked about with Sam at some point that they were speculating about it because I mean he's not an idiot. He's twelve. He's in. I am not Flat Tummy Right. You're listening for twenty weeks when we told them subtle. It's at twenty weeks pregnant with your fifth kid. It's it's not entirely so I would say. It wasn't totally out there. I don't take a lot of people were guessing that it was was the case. Probably imagine a lot of what you choose to wear putting wearing flowing hide it but if you were wearing a form fitting tank top. It was probably being evidence so they were very excited. I mean the big heads. Were just like jumping up and down like oh my goodness. This is so excited. Alex was a little bit more wary but I think it's more that was just overwhelmingly no context for what this even means rights but he arrested him. This isn't their first Rodeo zone their first radio edit over the next day. You're too. Alex definitely was getting into the idea and the funny thing I mean. They're all coming up to me wanting to feel the valley. Feel the baby kick like they're talking adding to the baby because this is the thing I've been so aware of with four other children is I mean he's my baby but right. He's their sibling and there's more of them and they're welcoming him into this tribe of theirs which by the way I'm not a member of that tribe I bet tribe is the thing and so they have their own interactions I'd just really a reminder that fits baby comes into you a whole community that is already there and that's kind of fun to welcome to Josh use the phrase we were thinking about number three and we were thinking about the a significant spacing between two and three which is nothing like five but still he said Oh. This is going to be a family baby and I like that idea like you're totally having a family baby baby. Everyone has one and so the kids talk to him there. They've been calling him a a name which I don't know if that will be his name but it's going to be hard to not not named him that if they keep calling ads really not some of the names. Alex suggested Alex suggested Kylo Ren for instance the baby will not be Kylo blue. Wren remember that one of my good friends in high school they were a family of sex I think and then they were having a baby girl and he was. He named his baby sister. They picked a rather unusual name. Her name is Roxanne to like getting some Cyrano Diversion Berge at the time so academically inspired but it was pete's are thought it was so cool that like he got to pick the name and yes so maybe maybe that will happen in your family yeah now. They're they're all into it so very very fun. That is so hard for kids to wait. Wait another four months but they
"twenty week" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Again on the Israeli election deadlock will be joined by Johnny Daniels in the next segment a broadcast but I want to continue on just briefly with what's happening in New Zealand because we have a special opportunity to act here to protect human life and see see how still joining us see see let's just explain to people once again that pretty quickly than the Lhasa segment abroad the first half hour. what is happening in New Zealand right now yeah New Zealand has proposed abortion legislation bill that would basically decriminalize abortion in New Zealand I'm currently abortions only allowed up to twenty weeks and in very limited circumstances where the mother's life or health is in danger in case of serious fetal abnormalities or if the pregnancy is really a result of incest so that's a very limited up to twenty weeks and then not allowed at all after twenty weeks unless basically the life of the mother is at risk right now this bill would totally get rid of all of that so up until the time of birth you can have abortion on demand with really no regulations they they try to put in the kind of mental health and well built being of the mother which we know again that means nothing because every doctor can say oh well it was really for her well being so up to the time of birth New Zealand is trying to now make legal abortion that would mean that New Zealand would join Canada China the Netherlands North Korea Singapore Vietnam and unfortunately our country the United States as a group of seven countries you don't to be part of that would make it the eighth country that allows abortion after twenty weeks that's it there's only eight countries in the that would be only eight countries the world currently only seven we're one of them in the U. S. but you can do something about this New Zealand it allows for public comments to come from outside in New Zealand so they encourage comments it from the international community so stand tell people how they can take action because we've set up a seal J. dot org so that they can let their voice be heard all the way New Zealand. yeah look as troubled as we are about the fact that New Zealand would consider this kind of legislation journey do have to give them credit that they're willing to receive input and we by all means want to give them that input they're receiving comments via an online portal so we had the ACL J. have have set up in one blog A. A. K. one landing spot where our members can go they can add their name to our comment that will be filing will be filing on the merits of the law in a more technical nature but we've also given some recommended tax for our listeners our members to submit their own comments during they need to hear from people all across the world that are opposed to this this is New Zealand should not join this infamous list the seven that at that don't have restrictions on late term abortions are just very systematic Lee go to AC L. J. dot org pull up the blog about this issue and take to action points you can use the tax there click on the link then file your own comments and at the bottom of that blog you can add your name to the comments that we will be filing Jordan just two quick numbers to give you almost twenty thousand people have already signed our comment that will be finally that's outstanding and get this a hundred and eighty four people from New Zealand have signed our petition that we want said of the United States saying that they do not want their government to institute this law I hope those numbers can be something like a hundred thousand by the end of the day and hopefully into the thousands inside New Zealand good a sealed it out or pull up this blog and take both of those actions under just quickly you know this could you wrote about it grassroots activism it starts in the outbox but this is where it finishes we're gonna give them the opportunity to engage in that way that's right I mean the these members of of new Zealand's parliament need to know from the world the to know from their own people that that people are opposed to this you were working in the United States on what New Zealand basically has now which is the twenty week abortion ban and having to fight those out in court it's very difficult but New Zealand currently has that and no no one is saying they they have to change.
"twenty week" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"On pregnancies between fourteen and twenty weeks nor for situations involving the race or sex of the pre born or a potential down syndrome diagnosis state attorneys had argued that the courts have allowed limits on abortion space on the chest Daschle age of the pre born infant the judge whoever sided with the ACLU and Planned Parenthood attorneys for the state can appeal the judge's ruling George runs on a reporting Purdue pharma is involved in talks to possibly settle thousands of lawsuits more than two thousand state local and tribal governments are suing produ pharma and the opioid crisis that has killed more than four hundred thousand people in the U. S. since two thousand the government to search the company aggressively sold oxycontin as a drug with a low chance of addiction despite knowing just how addictive it can be I'm typical wire farmers putting out a number of twelve billion Alabama's Republican Party is calling on the state's congressional delegation to support expelling Minnesota Democrat Yvonne Omar from Congress the resolution condemns Omar for what it calls her disturbing record of using anti semitic language it also condemns Omar support for the boycott Israel movement or Mars come under criticism from members of both parties for suggesting that those who support Israel have dual loyalty the resolution calls on the state's congressional delegation to begin the expulsion process under article one section five of the US constitution which gives Congress the authority to determine the qualifications of its members Capitol Hill correspondent Wally odds police in Dayton Ohio say a suspect in the stabbing stole a police S. U. V. and crashed into a van carrying children killing two of them this is townhall dot com are you a stock or options trader looking.
"twenty week" Discussed on KCRW
"His next it's seven o'clock good morning a US trade war with China destructive fires in the Amazon disagreements over confronting Iran all of it was on the agenda as world leaders met for the G. seven summit in France on morning edition from NPR news at the summit president trump sends more mixed signals to China I know will change and I'm David green will hear this hour from an economist who now has major regrets about how he helped to shape China's modern economy also watching for a court decision in Oklahoma in the nation's first major opioid trial and we'll learn about fire lookouts men and women perched on mountain tops to spot wildfires what would be lost if technology replace them it is Monday August twenty six James harden turns thirty today how old is the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman disgrace movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has pleaded not guilty to two new charges of predatory sexual assault in New York prosecutors are filing the claim based on allegations from sopranos actors Annabella shura she claims that winds dean sexually assaulted her in the nineteen nineties he already faces five counts of sexual assault against two other women president trump says that Chinese officials have contacted US trade officials and asked to resume negotiations he made the announcement today at the G. seven summit in France drum cited comments from China's top trade negotiator the Chinese official said today that he is open to home construction and cooperation with the U. S. and beers Emily Fang reports this comes after both countries announced more terrorists on each other's Gooden's Leo how is China's lead negotiator and he said at a tech conference today that he is quote resolutely opposed to the latest escalation in a trade war with US he's referring to new tariffs announced on both sides over the weekend the US and China are supposed to meet for their thirteenth round of talks in September but a day is not yet confirmed tenderly Feng reporting officials in Hong Kong are denouncing the violence that erupted during this weekend's pro democracy protests and piers Anthony kun says some police officers were assaulted after peaceful marches wrapped up young demonstrators threw bricks and gasoline bombs and wielding clubs against police in several districts of Kowloon and the new territories in one instance police retreated under a hail of blows from protesters clubs until they do their service revolvers and fired a warning shot the first gunshot so far in the unrest demonstrators fled at the sight of the weapons which were only used to clear away barricades there were injuries on both sides police arrested more than two dozen protesters Anthony kun NPR news soul a restrictive new abortion law is set to take effect in Missouri this week reproductive rights groups are asking a federal judge to block the law during a hearing set for this afternoon as in Pierre serum Kaman reports it's one of several early abortion bans passed by state legislatures earlier this year federal judges already have blocked a handful of other state laws that ban abortion as soon as cardiac activity can be detected anti abortion rights activists are hoping that the Supreme Court eventually will get a chance to consider and uphold new restrictions on abortion miseries law is written with an eye toward banning the procedure as early as the courts will allow it if an eight week ban is thrown out the law includes a cascading series of fourteen eighteen and twenty week abortion bans that could take effect instead Planned Parenthood and the American civil liberties union challenged the law in federal court in July if a judge does not intervene Missouri's law would take effect on Wednesday Sarah macam an NPR news on Wall Street the Dow is up one hundred eighty three points at twenty five thousand eight hundred twelve you're listening to NPR at seven oh four I'm sherry Glaser with KCRW debuts crowds descended on Pershing square this weekend FOR D. T. L. A. proud the three day event celebrates the LGBTQ community the lives and works in downtown Los Angeles there were vendor booths a DJ stage anti gay history monument but the weekend also became one of protest after bar nearby forcibly removed trans gender women and what's now being investigated as a possible hate crime.
"twenty week" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"To be just the Afghanistan's presidential candidates have large their campaigns and a top priority among them is women's rights female voters are now among the most important voices in the elections and presidential candidates are working to win women's votes the two presidential candidate front runners have vowed to protect and advance women's rights and promised to include women and all the peace talks with the Taliban presidential candidate Ashcraft Gonyea promise that if he is reelected he will quote establish a women's council which will have similar authorities to the National Security Council and quote he also promised to work harder on women's empowerment through domestic resources instead of through foreign charity the front runners have demonstrated an allegiance to advancing women's rights in the past and many Afghan the women feel confident in the progress being made in their country new reforms in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia promised to expand women's simple and employment rates women over the age of twenty one will be permitted to travel alone and file for birth certificates marriage and divorce independence for men equal employment regulations will also be put in place making it illegal for employers to discriminate on the basis of gender disability and race Saudi Arabia's first woman ambassador princess remote been to Bandar called these reforms historic by enacting quote equal engagement of women and men in our society it is a holistic approach to gender equality that will unquestionably create real change for Saudi women and quote over the last few years Saudi Arabia's laws have expanded to allow women the right to vote and run for local political office as well as Dr and watch live sporting events the country's male guardianship laws however continue to remain in effect in Japan more and more women are choosing not to marry every year instead they're focusing on the careers and freedom rather than being tied down to domestic life seventy percent of women in the country are employed a record high single hood offers these women's independence and financial stability wives the mothers bear the brunt of child care housework and caring for aging relatives this impedes their ability to focus on jobs and earning wages which affects the whole family it's not just women who are choosing the single life men are also not marrying seeing the role of bread winner as a burden and wages have plateaued since the nineteen nineties and men fear they won't be able to financially support a family with their earnings job security in Japan has also declined forcing twenty percent of men into unstable contract positions with no room for advancement some working men say they want to pitch in more with domestic duties but report that Japan's high pressure work culture expects them to devote the more majority of their time to their jobs politicians have become increasingly concerned with this trend in the face of the country's population decline last year the number of babies born with the lowest on record since eighteen ninety nine local governments are now campaigning for match making single people attempting to raise fertility rates they're also pushes her form business cultures to allow men more time to devote to their families New Zealand has introduced a bill drink decriminalizing abortions nationwide giving women the legal and medical right to terminate a pregnancy up to twenty weeks this bill was pushed by prime minister Justin Arden whose campaign agenda was based on feminist ideals until now it has been almost impossible for New Zealand women to obtain safe and legal abortions the country's crime act in place since nineteen sixty requires two doctors to certify that a pregnancy would endanger a woman's life if carried to term this act has mainly affected women who don't live near larger cities where there are more doctors willing to sign off on abortions other women have lied to their doctors about their physical and mental health in order to get medical consent for the procedure critics of this latest abortion rights bill say the twenty week limit on pregnancy termination is not enough calling it quote a missed opportunity to put all women front and center of the process she all she.
"twenty week" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"For an eighteen game regular season and since the the NFL Players Association is worried about the health of the players Gordon the salaries they put in the option to where you have a sixteen game limit on players per year so you have to find a different player for each position after sixteen games of the regular season so let's say your quarterback is I don't know James went to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers if he plays sixteen games he can not play the final two regular season games you have a sixteen game limits for each player on the what do they do okay okay here's here's what now here's my prediction here's my prediction whatever teams play the Browns you're not going to see the premier quarterback whenever the team comes to take you might not see the best players play or just an idea like the XFL they're trying to make a gimmicky again is it is an ideal was proposed the owners meetings that are going others plows governors that offends me yeah the guy the guy the NFL governor that will that won't happen it's not I've seen the NFL really do whatever they want in the end that's the secret of his success you don't have the baseball people going no it see he had to keep the tradition you will but the NFL changes the rules and guess what everyone likes the changes well designed you're just to piggy back on your MLB com and I will tell you that the designated hitter is a bastardization of baseball and all ended right there well I'll tell you that if they're even looking at this crazy idea this must really mean that they are desperate to get to an eighteen game season because the NFLPA the only reason why that game thing is even an option so it's gonna be an eighteen game regular season eventually it's all about the money they'll eliminate preseason games and make them regular see well they have that's what what what was that zip there will be no more preseason game they'll maybe have to but they will eventually eliminate games and add more to the right of its eighteen games how many weeks when they go to a nineteen weaker twenty week will be too bye I think that is the other natural solution is to add in another by the only way that you can convince the NFLPA in these players.
"twenty week" Discussed on Curiosity Daily
"Get out of gas tank and although are buddies may not be sports cars you're still gonna wanna buckle up because of human equivalent of miles per gallon in here okay so you burn more calories when you're working out then you do when you're sitting here desk well there's a thing called you're basal metabolic rate and that's basically how fast you're body uses energy when you're at rest it varies from person to person depending on their weight sex and other characteristics you used more energy as you become more active in the ratio between you're active metabolic rate and you're basal metabolic rate is known as you're metabolic skip the closer to one that number is the closer you are to you're resting rate the higher the number the more energy you're using humans generally max out at a metabolic scope of five but some species can get as high as seven further study i'm talking about those published last month in the journal science researchers wanted to study the human bodies maximum sustained metabolic scope in other words the point where the bodies rate of energy use overtime outweighed its ability to absorb food and turn it in energy to do that they studied six runners participating in an event called race across the usa a twenty week race from las angeles california to washington dc spanning more than three thousand miles or nearly five thousand kilometers the researchers had the runners drink w labeled labeled water which is h two o that's been replaced by harmless but rare isotopes of hydrogen and oxygen specifically do teary i'm an auction eighteen as he isotopes came out in a runner sweat you're in and breath the researchers could measure how much carbon dioxide they produce an and therefore how many calories they were burning the team made these measurements before the race began then again during the first week and again during the final week and they found other runners metabolic scope went from one point eight before the race to three point eight after a week of running but by week twenty it has leveled off to two point eight due to the runners bodies simply using less energy some of that was due to the runners just losing weight in running fewer miles per day is a race war on but the remaining six hundred or so calories per day couldn't be explained by any obvious factors it seems their bodies were adjusting to ensure they could cover the long road ahead since they would've petered out around ten weeks if they'd kept their initial energy usage but they didn't the big surprising the study happened when researchers compared these challenging athletic events to more every day challenge pregnancy while pregnant humans don't experience that initial spike in metabolic scope it turns out their bodies burn energy at about the same rate as an ultra endurance athlete late in their event the take away from this study is that pregnancy isn't that different from an ultra marathon sofer you're next baby shower you might wanna bring some gatorade so when are you gonna do the race across the usa just not and ultra marathon i'm good with twenty six point two miles yeah that's good enough for you that's the one i that's the one i'm comfortable at just twenty six point two miles twenty six point two not three thousand no okay i guess we all have limits listen up vegetarians a better veggie burger is here just in time for grilling season here in the usa meat substitutes are booming due in part to new crop of plant based foods that are scientifically designed to taste better this is good rumble vegetarians andy if you're friend of a vegetarian and you go over the place any grilled food i mean hey i'm a big carnivora but i do love a plant based burger right everybody wins so let's talk plant based foods one of those is called v impossible burger which you confined in hundreds of eateries including white castle chris davis is the director of research and development at impossible foods and according to him a cow is just eight technology could transform the proteins sugars and fats implants into do a format we enjoy eating from that point of view impossible researchers built a database of all the features of beef and looked at available plant based proteins determined which would work best then they figured out the exact ingredient that makes meat tastes like meat in iron rich molecule called team after that all they do is engineer used to mimic a plant based team stores along with the flavor profile of beef to generate some flavor chemistry as davis put it of course there's also the fat which provides this is the end the taste end they simulated that using coconut oil another plant based burger confined in the meat section of grocery stores is called beyond burger and that's made primarily with pete protein canola ants coconut oils and even contains beet juice to approximate the bloody mess of beef although that red juice and you're mean isn't blood which we've talked about on this show before these burgers are just the tip of animal product alternative iceberg perfect day is taking the genetic information encoded in the genome of a cow inserting into yeast and creating milk aims to be identical cow's milk in terms of protein composition ants taste end a nonprofit called the new harvest is working on something called cellular agriculture which is the process of using a cell culture to make food products like meat eggs fish as milk in the labs it impossible they're also working on feeding plant based chicken and fish end even be allusive bacon but davis has other impossible dreams his end goal is to make a great sashimi and once he achieved that he claims so really feel like he knows what he's doing bone apetite united states is in shooting off fireworks to celebrate the fourth of july since seventeen seventy seven but the fireworks it'll be used to celebrate today's fourth of july are a lot more advanced than those at george washington's backyard barbecue it's not just about new colors and bigger explosions it's also that modern firework shows are composed like symphonies so let's talk about the technology of fireworks dreamy italian renaissance the pirate technicians realized they could get additional colors from fireworks by adding ingredients like charcoal and steal today they could conjure virtually any color imaginable by packing the gun powder in various metal salts copper for blue barium green and strong timber read besides color there's also size sound in shape which are controlled strolled by the design of the shell cramming a lot of gunpowder into a small container creates a huge bang well a whistle is created by slow burning chemicals pushing a steady stream of gas through a narrow to her crackling sound the firework is full of lead oxide which pops and fizzles isn't vaporizes and the air the shape of the explosion depends on me arrangement of explosive studs the spark into the actual points of light new ingredients and shell designs may have opened up a world of colors and shapes but digital innovations are really make modern fireworks displays possible programs such as finale fireworks may creating a show a lot like composing a piece of music you choose the soundtrack and backdrop offensively drag and drop different types of fireworks to create the show which can then be exported to a computerized fireworks firing system the result incredible shapes in the sky they couldn't be drawn without the precision digital system that's how we finally got the smiley face shaped explosions the.
"twenty week" Discussed on KTOK
"These briefs spin ups brief weeks pinups can cause wins at the grounds to be sixty seventy eighty miles per hour. So technically at the bottom part of the tornado scale looks like they're going to replace the tornado warning with a severe thunderstorm warnings. This continues drifting, south with the possibility of more activities again, yes, the twenty week if it redeveloped, however fifty sixty seventy mph winds. Warning for southwestern Kifah county in central Oklahoma point stern. Comedian county in central Oklahoma until free. Fifteen PM central daylight time. Forty three PM central time a severe. Thunderstorm was located six miles northeast of jury twenty five miles an hour. This form had previously produced small. Expected hazards include sixty miles an hour wind. Gusts severe weather has been reported by the public. Following expected damage to roofs siding, entries location. Include. Interstate forty between mile markers. One hundred seven one hundred eight. Possible tornado tornadoes can develop quickly from severe thunderstorms. Tornado go into the basement or small central room in structure for your. Interior room on the lowest floor building. They can't be damaging. Suctions. Maybe eighty mile an hour wind. Just watch out for that. So we're going to. Several fix. So. Wear this afternoon back you Mark report right there here. What just happened is an actual weather service, did allow the tornado warning to expire was up until two forty five. They allowed that to expire, and we're gonna do here's have Mark this kind of hang out in this general area, because what they did they added a severe thunderstorm warning, which is the second with what's called a tornado possible tag. Okay. So that means that this thunderstorm could at a moment's notice, become torn attic, once again, as we said we've already had a history. In fact, our news desk is cutting video right now we're gonna bring to just a second hunting video of these tornadoes. Okay. So we have physical evidence here of them, basically hitting the ground a little bit earlier. So that just a second. Let's come back to max three. We'll check in with Mark here, and this is the second he's very close to this area. There are other thunderstorms out there and they're all in the same environment. So again, we could have more spin ups happened just like this. And if you look at things as a whole, there's a boundary right here. Okay. So look at just south of I forty see how the rain clouds are going basically from southwest northeast of no. It's the opposite directions. Their spin. There's huge huge area broad spin over all of central Oklahoma. And you see how things are kind of sharing together. They sear-, right? And that right along that boundary is exactly where you can get these tornados to spin up quickly in the absence of an actual Supercell thunderstorms. Okay. So here's that whole line along the boundary again. No more twenty two warning that expire two minutes ago. But we're staying with this for just a little bit longer here as markets a little bit closer so thunderstorms right over Carty Kelly, Matt, and approaching the El Reno area, they're moving from north to south here for about ten to fifteen miles per hour. You look at velocity on these, and it's very hard to even see on radar because these tornadoes when they form these little lands tornadoes are so tiny that they kind of duck under the radar from time to time they're always weak sixty seventy maybe eighty mph winds in a very localized very small spot. There brief they do not last long, but as Marcus talking about here he's seen as many as eight happened at one time, if you remember three years. After the El Reno tornado may, I may thirty first of twenty sixteen thirteen to twenty sixteen. We had three of them all at the same time, very close to where the bigger El Reno tornado happened back in two thousand thirteen. So we had three Lance about twenty three years later, if you remember that. So this is a very similar situation to what happened then as we had one or possibly to these lands tornadoes here, just not too long ago. So again, there's a severe thunderstorm warning with the possibility of more activity. Here's the deal guys. These are actually increasing in intensity so likely going to be severe warned before too long. We're looking at in addition to maybe one or two moorland spouts possibility of large hail high gusty straight line winds and you're in the clear, but greenfield anywhere near I forty and just north of it. You're going to be under the gun right here. And then you're got three and cedar valley. Cassian more these same type of thunderstorms, you can even see this zoomed in view where the spin is. It's basically the located right near four corners that spin on show here a picture just coming into us from the newsroom. There you go. This was not too long. Ago. This is what prompted the tornado warning this is near oak. Archie, right here, and very similar to what happened may thirty first two thousand sixteen three years after the big tornado we had three of these similar. Here's two of them. You can see how small they are. And they're more than halfway to the ground and a lot of times. You don't get that conversation. You swirling dust to get wins that make it to the ground. A lot of times you do get that here..
"twenty week" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Without. Yeah. So he said, jaylo. Come true. Ago and he is just I mean, I'm sorry, I know this is kind of creepy, but he's pretty hot at twenty two I'm like forgot. How hot rod was my gosh. Man. No, he has been, and hopefully he is still not a dirty dog. I even thought. Even when I knew he was a dirty dog Luxa. Oh, yeah. We knew stories. I know he was he's gross. When I knew he was gross. Still thought he was hot, you know. Yeah. No, no, no, no. But he's really cute and this will put it on my Twitter account for you guys to enjoy because he has such a sly little look. And I'm sure if you look like that, and you're, you're a baseball player and you're at the top of your game. I mean, I'd probably be doing a lot of bad things too. Just saying, okay, Dolly Parton revealed something that's pretty adorable. In so Dolly Parton. She admits that she sleeps in her makeup in doesn't wash your face until the morning. It's not because she's lazy. She says she's just in preparation for anything that could happen in the night, you never know if you're going to wreck the tour bus, you never know if you're going to be somewhere in a hotel, and there's going to be a fire. So I leave my makeup on a night and clean my face in the morning. Because she doesn't want to be seen in public without makeup. Yes. She doesn't want to be out on the street. Well, the hotels, burning down or something, and she has no makeup on ready to go. Don't, don't you have a version of this? Don't you always have clean? What was it bridges? You always have clean underwear right matching matching death all the time when I'm driving. Yeah. And just daily, I've gotta have a matching set in case, you know, God forbid, I'm doing the sign of the cross is a good Catholic right now. There's a car accident and the firemen have to cut off my pants. Oh, right. Because it did happen to my friend Gina. She rector scooter. Her cute little scooter, and they had to cut her pants off on the side of the road. Oh, was she guess what? She wasn't wearing any underwear. Oh, there you go. Your asses out. I've got my granny panties and bra it on. But, you know, I do have that fear if there's a fire in the night, I better have a Brown or if there's some type of disaster being from tornado country, we have tornadoes, all the time could be running outsider whisked away, and you're in the yard and you don't have a Brown and destroyed. Jiggle jiggle, even even if you. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I thought she was going to say something like you might die in the middle of the night. And she wants to look good. Yeah. Sure. That's another part of the two. I'm sure all right. Quick story here. Okay. So Nickelodeon is turning baby shark into an animated series for. Two point eight billion views on YouTube, but also has a twenty week streak on the billboard hot, one hundred baby shark. So, yeah, I mean, it's smart of them already.
"twenty week" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Seven seven eight ten five four three seven here. Now is another another story success story involving three year old Schuyler from Letham. They didn't tell me right away. Awesome plan for thanksgiving. The Wednesday before thanksgiving my twenty week ultrasound. She reveals a boy or girl and that her heart. Sky. Called me and left me voice found saying we don't. So we can mention of. I just you know, what? I said we're going to have a feed like been. They wanted them done already perfectly sport to continue on second opinion. Where we needed to. They gave us many other options. The doctor in confirmed what everyone else said. Okay. Let's talk to geneticists.
"twenty week" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Don't take them anywhere. Don't let him touch anything. Don't let them look at anything. You can't keep your puppy in. This little porcelain box for the first months of his life because you're gonna pay the price. We see all the time. Some folks want to do our boarding training program. And they bring us the puppy too late. They bring it it's eighteen weeks nineteen weeks twenty weeks and by then we can already see that. Some of these puppies are already terrified of the world around them. And it's because they never set foot outside the apartment Br outside the house for the first month of their lives. Now, it is true that your puppy could risk getting sick. That is absolutely true that that is not a myth. There's. Parvo distemper. There's some terrible diseases out there. But there are things that you can do to help prevent that working closely with your veterinarian, and there are things that you can do to adequately. Socialize her puppy without putting it necessarily at risk. Dr archaic Anderson, a wonderful, wonderful veterinarian. He was diplomat of the American college of veterinary, preventive medicine, diplomat of American college of veterinary behaviorist, we lost him way too soon. He passed away several years ago. He was a dear colleague of mine. He wrote an open letter to veterinarians explaining the importance of puppy kindergarten and getting puppies properly socialized. He wrote experience an epidemiologic. Oh my gosh. It was hard to say data support the relative safety and lack of transmission of disease in these puppy socialization classes over the past ten years in many parts of the United States. In fact, the risk of a dog dying because of infection with distemper or parvo disease is far less than the much higher risk of a dog. Dying euthanasia because of a behavior problem. Many. Veterinarians are now offering new puppy owners, puppy socialization classes in their hospitals or nearby training facilities in conjunction with trainers and behaviorists because they want socialization training to be very important parts of a wellness plan for every puppy. We need to recognize that this special sensitive period for learning is the best opportunity. We have to influence behavior for dogs and the most important, and the longest lasting part of a total wellness plan. That is a quote from Dr archaic Anderson veterinarian in an open letter to his colleagues explaining the dangers of keeping these puppies secluded and preventing them from getting all the foundation core socialization that they needed. So what can you do? You certainly want to be safe. You don't want to expose your puppy to areas that infected dogs may have gone. So I don't encourage you to take very young puppy out for walk in your neighborhood. If you do carry the puppy carry the. Puppy. If you do have a very large puppy that, you need to put on the ground, and you want to take it out wipe their fate regularly when they come back home use baby wipes hypoallergenic baby wipes. Make sure that if you do take your puppy to a friend's house that they are dog existing dog is fully vaccinated, and there has not been any history of disease that can be contagious in their backyard. You don't want to yard. Yeah. You don't want parvo. Certainly that stuff is terrible to get rid of once. It's been infected into a yard. You wanna be safe about it? You can also bring the puppy parties to your house. Great excuse for entertaining said of taking your puppy places, bring the places to your puppy. You definitely need to do this. Because if you don't that puppy could develop some severe problems later, so the one I sure far away to ruin puppy is to just keep it inside until its hat all at shot. I promise you you will regret doing that number to wait to set boundaries. When it's older. Oh, that's a good one. A lot of people. The puppies were so cute, and they're so fluffy in literal the furniture. They let it jump all over them. And it let it just two things up because it's so adorable. Lookie eight shoe. All look, let's take pictures and put them on Facebook and Instagram, and then that gets at the first couple of weeks, and the first several pairs of shoes and people decide, you know, I don't want the puppy on the furniture after all he's getting to be heavy, and it's interrupting me while watching TV so today, I'm just gonna side no puppies on the furniture. And today I.
Flu season has peaked, but activity remains high
"Flu season keeps going correspondent Kristen Holmes as the latest according to the centers for disease control this flu season is now tied as the longest in the last five years at twenty weeks for comparison the last five averaged six. Eighteen weeks since last October the CDC estimates. There have been hundreds of thousands of flu hospitalizations. And at least thirty four point nine million flu
Federal judge ends North Carolina ban on abortions after 20 weeks
"White. A federal court has struck down North Carolina's ban on abortion after twenty weeks. The decision came down this morning from a district court in Greensboro, W exi- says it struck down state law that prohibits abortions after twenty weeks of pregnancy unless there's a medical emergency the ACO you the center for reproductive rights and Planned Parenthood had
"twenty week" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And teenagers in its custody. HHS recently closed a massive tent camp for unaccompanied teens in tornado Texas. Joel rose NPR news commercial satellite imagery, suggests that North Korea has completed rebuilding a rocket launch facility. It was partially dismantled last summer after President Trump and North Korea's leader held their first summit after their second summit collapsed last week in Vietnam images showed work at the side had spent up the site may now be operation on South Korea media report that may be work near a missile factory as well. It's NPR. A new space capsule owned by SpaceX has departed the international space station and is on its way back to earth. It's supposed to splash down in the Atlantic Ocean in a few hours just off Florida's coast. The capsule is a test to see if it can take astronauts into space Georgia is one of several stays moving toward restricting abortion. Georgia public broadcasting's. Stephen Fowler reports. Lawmakers in the Georgia house passed a Bill outlawing abortion when a fetal heartbeat is detected at about six weeks of pregnancy. When some women do not know they're pregnant current Georgia law allows abortions up to twenty weeks debate on the Bill started with some Democrats standing and turning their backs to the Republican sponsor and holding coat hangers symbolizing, unsafe home abortions, Republican governor Brian Kemp vowed on the campaign trail to pass the toughest abortion laws in the country and told reporters late Thursday night. This Bill does just that is a husband and father of three teenage daughters. Value life, and I proudly support this legislation which protects the right of the unborn at the heartbeat. The Republican controlled state Senate has until April second to pass the Bill and send it to Kemp's desk for NPR news. I'm Stephen Fowler. In atlanta. They're still danger in Colorado after avalanches in the central part of the state buried some vehicles on a highway. Colorado officials.
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"Creator program has kicked off the participants or working together for the next twenty weeks. I'm eight twenty three thousand dollars from my podcast in two thousand eighteen says a podcast producer. He gives us plenty of tips. Learnt along the way, you'll find that linked from the show notes and from our newsletter the exclusive trial for fortunately within the BBC. Sounds app appears to have ended our podcast pages have had a tweak. We now list pod, chaser, creators and show. Spot lines for the podcast chart information that we list from chart oval. So, you know, whether a podcast is growing or falling and addition of sharable podcast. That's just come out features Edison research is Tom Webster. He's known by many as the host of infinite. Dial and a great public speaker is interviewed in a show entitled inside the world of data driven marketing, and you can sign up for the infinite dial twenty nineteen webcast reveal for free. It's on much the sixth. Dan, Le Fevre writes, an article asking is discover ability an issue in podcasting. And he answers it by saying, yes, he s it is Spotify bought Gimblett an anchor last week. Steven Goldstein says this is the first full vertical integration in podcasting and M G Ziegler who is general partner at the company, formerly known as Google ventures is apparently known as GV these days. Anyway, he writes about the anchor deal as well GV invested in anchor and siegler also personally invested in Gimblett come over here with your money, and gee, siegler and a programming note last week, quite mentally exhausting. What we've the Gimblett Anki fine news and a set of big news stories breaking in another business world that I inhabit and some travel. My Email inbox is a swamp of unread urgent Email as a result. I'll tackle it tomorrow. And that's the latest from our
"twenty week" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"I've learned it's always easy to convince people that have already given you some money to give you more than. People that have given yet nothing to give you anything. Now what I'm saying? That's why so much focus is on him right now. Because he's at least touching on stuff that we couldn't get we say this. I don't I don't get the people though, I'm trying to draw this distinction between the people who just hate Trump. And so therefore anything and everything he said last night was just total bunk. It was total. It was just terrible and the people who maybe don't like Trump, but we're able to draw distinction between the yes, maybe what he said was actually good. But the people clapping for don't believe a word. He says, and I'm not even sure that he does. Despite the fact that things were good. I'm trying to draw distinction between that and the people. So that the latter of what I said, the people who are actually able to draw some distinctions and the people who know better even know better who are just trashing the entire thing was the last time late term abortion was mentioned in a presidential state of the union address in the way that it was. Was the last time that we spent a bunch of time honoring a Jew, a survivor of the holocaust. When was the last time that we actually had direct Remar? Okay. Go back to the abortion thing are. It's so rare I would say at least in my lifetime that this type of issue has been lobbied on national stage, and in a national debate in the way that I would like it to be I don't think at twenty week abortion that that thing is you know, that's not the legislation. I would like are these people saying that it's of no value whatsoever. Because that's what I'm hearing. Sometimes when they're just completely people who I think, no better completely trashing the speech. Even though they may have some reasons to be justified. I think it's still some value. Maybe not very much maybe not enough value to have some real world consequence. But at least there's some value there. It's not like that was just completely worthless away. Listen to the I saw people Trump when the twenty twenty he could have done this last night in those Saint people would have said, yes, we'll tell you Trump to have their baby. Yeah. Exactly. We'll tell you this though, if he stays I do believe he will win the Tony Tony. He he embarked on the path that would end in that result. If he can remain on it, not even perfectly, but at least consistently Lynn Gert. I was actually impressed with how he opened honoring vets insincere advocacy for prison reform when you dress the women in white. It was awesome. I was proud when he stayed in America would never be socialist, his stand against abortion and illegal immigration were great. The state of union was a pleasant surprise. I didn't vote for him and often avoid watching them. But I was cheering and hopeful for the USA. Okay. I will I will buy that. Because there's a clear sincerity there. And it's it's clearly doing what Seve's said must happen. Somebody who's regularly turned off by him said. Yes. Yes. Yeah. My uncle Steve I will buy that. I was. Yeah. Here's what he said last night after the speech heard worst kind of inspiring patriotism, unless you're bent on political separation. I think that's a fairly selective. I think in argument could be made that divorce is preferable to where this is headed. I I don't I don't again, I don't blame people that come to that conclusion. Either daily besides being ninety minutes of my life. I'll never get back. Trump could have just told the networks to replay last year speech. It was basically the same one nothing, but rhetorical offerings to his base about abortion as wall and Israel along with repeating his promise to advance vodkas, big government, feminists, socialist agenda. So he's got that going for him..
"twenty week" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"But right now as voluntary each donation dictate the first I dictate land share of the rematch and I'm saying team. That's if I'd be or should be you giving me a rematch, and he said, no. Well, all I can say is sounds like exactly what. While during his team complained about about do, you know, the a side dictating terms for the rematch as well. And this is just crazy. Why can no one just get a single fight? Like what I mean? I get it. I get it. He has belts. They have to have a rematch. But why can't you just get a straight rematch clause? Why does it have to be? Reset terms break this down as as the business side. You know, typically too sane is when you beat the ACLU become a side, they're trying to ensure that if you beat the ace side, you have to beat them twice to truly become the a side by you know, this is a new game is smart. I'm not gonna knock them. I think it's very intelligent. When you think this is my client. What is the most way that I can maximize win or loss, you know, at this point. So on the flip side, you know, as a fighter is frustrating because you feel that if I beat you I'm beat you. That's it. And there's been times we're fighters have had rematches a still had the smaller amount just like Rochman Louis, but there was other times like when sugary Leonard Roberto Duran fought when Durant beat Leonard he was the Eisai Leonard was the beast. I wanna came to tone amount of money. So this is a new contact it that we haven't seen often where a win lose. I'm. Still good. You gotta beat me twice sucker. That's how they're playing it. And it's just business. There's that's insane. Berle I you know to dictate the second fight if you loss is ridiculous. But more audio think we know information about Percy's and office, Nick six. What is coming across from? You is that you'll know about what's being. Offals rubbish for women from September. For gesture from Tim from then they knew we had to wait after the while fewer fighters few while those fighting refusing to fight him. They knew we wanted to they made the first approach. I generally are the fourteen generous something s rope. She called make that magnitude twelve weeks snows. It makes no sense. You know, I one twenty week joke. Now, I get his little backup story the he wants twenty week drug testing, but come on how many super fights have we not seen announced at and this end, even a Superfund. This is a rematch so twelve weeks notice he saying that that's not enough time. And then later he's going to say he got fifty fifty on the back. And so he got everything he wanted. And he still didn't take the fight. I'm saying to the joke. This green box in Rogan gesture is not like the be Senator that for the fight. Yes. One of my rules. Every have I pay my own money divide up. The running joke testing. I don't have to pay just to get just in. I want him to be in the same program. I want to train properly as oh, you can't be a way in device training to give me two weeks to get ready for and then you in on the pay me. And then you want you want to land share of the re- much so much you pay me the front accented attendance life. I beat you. You want the lion share under much? What's the point? What is in the Senate? Imagine say to you. I'm gonna give you five pound the fife. You beat me. I'm defy generate. Hundred million. I'm going to give you two million five me. It's nonsense fighting as another women Sochi. I like that. He keeps putting it out there on Eddie. He keeps Hinault keeping it real. And and adding some sort of light to the to the situation a different perspective because I like to call it a double standard. He sounds exactly like Dion say wilder. So I'm interested to see how the public receives this. Now, let me.
"twenty week" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"We talked about the New York law. We've talked about what they're looking at Rhode Island, Vermont seven states. We now also know if you're just joining us a cases at the supreme court right now out of Louisiana honest application for a stay the Louisiana law. Put restrictions in place regarding medical licensing and procedures and access to hospitals for those that were performing abortions that the fifth circuit said, those were constitutional. That was good. They the doctors that challenge that the doctor abortion providers as they call themselves have now filed with Justice Alito at the supreme court. He is asked for the state to respond. They will let stable we Louisiana tomorrow is I think the due date for that brief then it might well, go to the entire supreme court for a quick review where they either issue a stay or do not and then take possibly take the case up all eyes on Gorsuch, and Brad Kavanagh, obviously, those are two big ones because chief Justice Roberts. Justice Alito Justice Thomas, very similar case. Not identical similar case held that the law. In fact, what's constitutional although majority the court struck down, but we have a different supreme court right now. So that's probably the lead guy would say that's the lead abortion case in the country as admitted there's no doubt. Just kinda got up there. There's no doubt about it is in the composition of the court. Now, the prior decision was a five three decision because Justice Scalia was no longer. Remember the court has now typically we hope imbalance of the right decision. We hope it's five four we hope Justice Kavanag and Justice Roberts. Hold firm. I have confidence in Gorsuch, Alito and Thomas. All right, there you go. Omar Hamada is also with us. Dr motto is a board certified OBGYN also board certified sports medicine, former special forces medical officers, well as a lot of experience, and this has been on a lot of broadcast lightly. Let's go ahead and grab a call right out of the base here. I do want to know we talked about these countries that allow this time with that in the break. Yup. And also about Europe there are here the countries that allow abortion after twenty weeks, there's only seven only seven countries in the world that allow abortion after twenty weeks. China North Korea the Netherlands Singapore, Vietnam, the United States and Canada, not necessarily. If the US and Canada want to be a part of countries. This is this. Well, let's set it up. If those listen less than we doctor, you said that you looked at other laws and other countries on liberals, we consider Europe, they only allow abortions in general from what I understand up to twelve maybe fourteen weeks. Yeah. So now, we've got the statistic. Yeah. So we know that only the only country in Europe that allows it after twenty weeks of the Netherlands Canada allows it after twenty weeks China. Of course, they've got a lot of abortion issues there with forced abortion North Korea their valuation of life is I'm sure that they would there's no protection even for children outside the womb. They're singapore. The United States is included in this group as well as Vietnam that's a pretty that is a really small countries. I'm not a group of countries you'd want to be in line with onion rights. Members of country. This also leading the charge on euthanasia issues like that. These are the is not surprised that the one European country on that list. What does it tell you as a doctor that we are more morally bankrupt in the United States, and we're on a dangerous slope because it's not gonna stop there because we're also advancing Ethan Asia physician assisted suicide and soon enough. I mean who knows where it's gonna stop. I mean, you look at the end we deal with all these we have offices throughout Europe, and you deal with we look at all these issues, we think about any. I mean, all these progress we say, they'd so progressively, these countries are so progressive, and then when you look at this, and you say we're in the same list with North Korea and China now that's something to really be proud of. So so the governor Cuomo governor Cuomo, I would say one thing's for sure he's claims to be a Catholic the dogma does not live deeply within him. Does. That's for sure go ahead at some point. They're going to mandate the physicians provide these services for licensure or so I understand I was part of a group at folks on the family, and we are being told that even in Canada. Mandating that you agreed that we can that you do physician assisted suicide otherwise you don't get licensed. I we're taking your calls at eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten we got a lot more ahead on this.
"twenty week" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Just like, hey, I was a founder and now I'm an investor. I've been on both sides of the table both sides of the table person on the team as an advisor, maybe. So former FAA person is now an adviser they have a half point of equity make sense. That's a couple elements that were currently actually cuting Phil that'll be enough fall squarely in what you just described the instructor one is an area, we can focus more on. Yeah. At this point. You don't need to make a profit off of each one of these. If you over. Overpaid to get some killer instructors, and you pitched us as an elite product high end product, then I think it's gonna make it even safer you're saying we're not trying to take southwest passengers. We're going after CEO's venture capitalist high net worth individuals who genuinely can afford to buy this plane who genuinely want a career as a charter person they've expressed this interest. So when you get people to sign up, you could ask them is your primary interests commuting or learning or both, right? If they say, the primary interest is in commuting then you don't let them book, we have a charter service. We can redirect them to that. If you do just that. Then you have this massive. Cover you say to the FAA look on the form, you have three choices. A I'm looking for charter service be I'm looking to learn see I'm looking for a charter service that allows me to learn at the same time B and C. We think are fantastic. Hey, we redirect them charter. And we tell them they sit in the backseat they can sleep, and they don't have to do this. We we've conceptualize we'll have customers that will have to fire. Yeah. Because they won't wanna learn. Absolutely. And then you do is you have the instructors rate the student. How much did they pay attention? The you tell the FAA look if they say, they paid full attention partial attention. You know, we're not we're not attentive. We if they full attention. We do them again if half attention, we let them know they need to pay full attention on the next one. And if they didn't pay attention, we tell them that this isn't the right service them, and we we direct them in the future. Correct. Yes. Good. Love your ex. I'm excited about your business. I wanna know when you get. To ten or twenty of these week where you at now six seven perfect like I said when you get to ten to twenty week, then it becomes real. Let's keep talking might be something that would fit into the accelerator. Excellent. All right. We'll be right back. If you're like me, you are obsessed with productivity software in your startup. We pay for a ton of software every month to make our team members biotic and some of the software is amazing. You know, the names. Well, here's a name that you may. Or may not know that helps us pick the right software kind of like the yelp of enterprise offers. Capterra it C A P T E R A, and I want you to go right now to capterra dot com slash twist. And do what we did. If you go to capterra dot com slash twist. You can see what we did. We went there..