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"two main sticking points" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Workers. They're taping up boxes packed with Madonna's newly authorized Corona virus vaccine and loading them onto trucks to begin shipping them to hospitals around the country. During his vaccine is now the second alongside visors to be distributed in the United States. The FDA granted but Turner emergency use authorization Friday night Healthcare workers reacting to the first vaccines being given to frontline hospital staff doctor Holly Gang is the president of San Diego County Medical Society. I've seen some of my colleagues and social media around the country showing themselves getting the vaccines and I'm surprised by how emotional it makes me because I know they're protected. The vaccines are being distributed as hospitals and kind California are being strained by the pandemic. As of Saturday, nearly 17,400 people were in California hospitals with confirmed or suspected infections, Data reported by Johns Hopkins University show the U. S as a whole. Added nearly a quarter of a million new cases of covert 19 on Saturday alone. Meanwhile, Los Angeles is seeing the worst of the coronavirus wave hitting California. Here's more from Josie Long a member station KPCC L. A county residents have been under a stay at home order for weeks, but the number of coded 19 cases keeps growing. At a pace not seen before. Public health officials have confirmed more than 100,000 new cases. In just the last week, hospitals have run out of intensive care beds for the sickest coronavirus patients across Southern California that's required some to be treated in non ICU beds. With the number of deaths approaching 9000 in L. A county officials are in a rush to deliver the vaccine to its health care workers. The goal is for 10,000 vaccinations by the end of the year. For NPR News. I'm Josie Huang in Los Angeles. This appears to be nearing a deal on another round of relieved to the American people in the midst of the Corona virus pandemic. NPR's state Mystics reports that lawmakers clear to Robak last night by a green to language regarding the Federal Reserve's emergency lending powers. Congress has been toiling for weeks ever and as of yet introduced $900 billion plus relief plan. Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called for his colleagues on both sides of the aisle to wrap up negotiations and pass a bill. We need to conclude our talks draft legislation. And land this plane. Minority leader Chuck Schumer echoed McConnell Simmons. I agree with the Republican leader on this, we need to deliver an outcome. Delivered quickly. The deal's expected to include direct payments of $600 for qualifying Americans an additional $300 a week for unemployed workers. Money for business is struggling to pay rent and vaccine distribution funds. They've missed each NPR news and this is NPR news. The Netherlands has banned passenger flights from Britain after detecting its first case of the highly contagious variant of coronavirus that spreading fast in southern England. The Dutch government said it would join other you countries to explore ways to limit further spread of the virus of BBC's Anna Halligan. The decision by the Dutch government was made almost immediately after Boris Johnson said the rapid rise in cases in and around London was due to a mutant strain of the virus. Something in the Netherlands earlier this month revealed the same strain that have been detected in the UK Fighter travel restrictions may be put in place on trains and ferries between the two countries. Before Christmas. The Dutch government said that until there was greater clarity on the situation in the U. K The risk of the new virus strain being introduced to the Netherlands should be minimized as much as possible. Belgium is also barred air and train travel from the UK, France, Germany and Italy reported to be considering limiting flights as well That new strain of Corona viruses circulating in Britain as negotiators are still working this weekend, overcome differences holding up a post Brexit trade deal with the European Union. Two main sticking points. Are you fishing rights in British waters in the so called level playing field for fair competition? President Trump is downplaying a widespread breach of computers of government computer systems, saying on Twitter this weekend at the news media making up the making the hack seem far greater than it actually is. He also suggested China may be behind it. He posted the tweet after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Russia was pretty clearly behind the hack. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from East CMC Foundation working to improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation. Learn more at ease CMC foundation dot or g'kar and the listeners of KQED. Six minutes now.

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Congressional talks escalate on a new COVID-19 relief bill

Fresh Air

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Congressional talks escalate on a new COVID-19 relief bill

"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is inviting top congressional leaders to resume negotiations today on the next coronavirus relief package. NPR's Giles Snyder reports, Lawmakers have been discussing a pair of bipartisan measures that could help break the monthlong stalemate. The group is proposing a $748 billion coronavirus relief package that could be attached to a huge government spending bill that lawmakers are hammering out. The measure includes money for unemployment aid for small businesses and vaccine distribution. The two main sticking points are in a separate bipartisan bill. The liability protections for businesses of Republicans are seeking. And eight for state and local governments. Democratic priority. NPR's Giles Snyder reporting

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And when George what I do it, you'll have noticed and we'll do it publicly. The White House says President Trump will absolutely encourage Americans to take the vaccines and will receive one himself as soon as his medical team determines its best. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is joining a new wave of congressional Republicans. Acknowledging President elect Joe Biden's victory in last month's election. MPR's Claudia Grisales reports. McConnell's remarks come a day after the Electoral college officially affirmed the outcome of the race. McConnell congratulated bite and after re capping gains by President Trump and his administration over the last four years, the Electoral college Has spoken. So today I want to congratulate President elect Joe Biden. The president elect is no stranger to the Senate. He's devoted himself to public service for many years. McConnell also congratulated. Vice President elect Kamila Harrison said Americans can take pride in the first female vice president. He urged that the current administration and its term on a bipartisan note. Adding that he looks forward to finishing out the last 36 days. Quote strong with President Trump Clotting CHRYSALIS NPR NEWS Washington House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is inviting top congressional leaders to resume negotiations today on the next coronavirus relief package. NPR's Giles Snyder reports, lawmakers have been discussing a pair of bipartisan measures that could help break the monthlong stalemate. The group is proposing a $748 billion coronavirus relief package that could be attached to a huge government spending bill that lawmakers air hammering out. The measure includes money for unemployment aid for small businesses and vaccine distribution. The two main sticking points or in a separate bipartisan bill the liability protections for businesses that Republicans are seeking an aide for state and local governments Democratic priority. NPR's Giles Snyder reporting. Sponsored trading higher on Wall Street at the sour, the Dow Jones industrial Average is up 341 points. The NASDAQ composite up 106 This is NPR news in Washington Live from KQED News on Paul Land core. Oakland is facing what officials call an unprecedented budget crisis. City could be short $62 million. When the fiscal year ends next summer. Some lawmakers are blaming Oakland's police department. KQED Sarah Hussaini has more Mayor Libby Schaaf has said that Oakland is facing many of the same financial problems as its constituents due to Cove it and will be forced to cut services without significant federal aid. The council president, Rebecca Kaplan notes. The OPD has exceeded its budget by $32 million over the past year, the majority on overtime, and she says the city has failed to implement tracking measures passed in June. The overspending is more than the dollar gap caused by the covert related economic losses. The City Council is expected to revisit the budget in January. I'm Sarah Hussaini..

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on KCRW

"Life from NPR News in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston, the nation's top infectious disease expert, says now that a vaccine for the Corona virus has been authorized for emergency use in the United States, President elect Joe Biden should get it. Speaking on ABC, Dr Anthony Fauci said Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris should get the shots sooner rather than later. This is a person who very soon will be the president of the United States. Vice President elect Kamila Harris will very soon be the vice president of the United States. For security reasons. I really feel strongly that we should get them vaccinated as soon as we possibly can fight in, responded before traveling to Georgia today. I wanted to make sure we do apply the numbers and when George George. You'll have noticed on we'll do it publicly. The White House says President Trump will absolutely encourage Americans to take the vaccines and will receive one himself as soon as his medical team determines its best. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is joining a new wave of congressional Republicans. Acknowledging President elect Joe Biden's victory in last month's election. MPR's Claudia Grisales reports. McConnell's remarks come a day after the Electoral college officially affirmed the outcome of the race. McConnell congratulated bite and after re capping gains by President Trump and his administration over the last four years, the Electoral college Has spoken. So today I want to congratulate President elect Joe Biden. The president elect is no stranger to the Senate. He's devoted himself to public service for many years. McConnell also congratulated. Vice President elect Kamila Harrison said Americans can take pride in the first female vice president. He urged that the current administration and its term on a bipartisan note. Adding that he looks forward to finishing out the last 36 days. Quote strong with President Trump clouding the solace. NPR NEWS Washington House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is inviting top congressional leaders to resume negotiations today on the next coronavirus relief package. NPR's Giles Snyder reports, Lawmakers have been discussing a pair of bipartisan measures that could help break the monthlong stalemate. The group is proposing a $748 billion coronavirus relief package that could be attached to a huge government spending bill that lawmakers are hammering out. The measure includes money for unemployment aid for small businesses and vaccine distribution. The two main sticking points are in a separate bipartisan bill the liability protections for businesses that Republicans are seeking. And eight for state and local governments. Democratic priority. NPR's Giles Snyder reporting stocks are trading higher on Wall Street at the sour, The Dow Jones industrial Average is up 341 points. The NASDAQ composite up 106 This is NPR news.

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR News Lawmakers air Still at Odds over fresh coronavirus relief A bipartisan group of lawmakers has proposed to Bill's the first offers new unemployment benefits to Americans. The second bill has items lawmakers have disagreed over for months. NPR's Giles Snyder reports on the first bill. The group is proposing a $748 billion coronavirus relief package that could be attached to a huge government spending bill that lawmakers are hammering out. The measure includes money for unemployment aid for small businesses and vaccine distribution. The two main sticking points are in a separate bipartisan bill the liability protections for businesses that Republicans are seeking. And eight for state and local governments. Democratic priority. NPR's Giles Snyder, voter Turnout in the 2020 presidential election was the highest in more than a century. Still about 80 million Americans chose not to vote. That's according to a new survey from NPR, the Medill School of Journalism and Ipsos. NPR's Domenico Montanaro reports. The survey of 1100 nonvoters found their disengaged, disaffected and don't believe politics can make a difference in their lives. They're more likely to be Latino. They're younger than voters overall, make less money and have lower levels of education. They had lots of reasons for not voting, including not being registered to vote. Not being interested in politics and feeling like their vote would not make a difference. One reason they did not cite as a major reason, though difficulty in voting three quarters said they think it's at least somewhat easy to vote. Medical Montanaro. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR news and 604. I'm Cherry Glaser With KCRW News. Ah, handful down many million to go. Several nurses at Kaiser Permanente, a Los Angeles medical center in East Hollywood, were among the first Californians to receive the Corona virus vaccine yesterday, more than 33,000 doses shipped arrived in four parts of the state, including L, A. And San Diego. Here's governor, Gavin Newsom, speaking outside Kaiser permanent tape. This was one.

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NPR NEWS Lawmakers Air Still With odds over fresh coronavirus relief A bipartisan group of lawmakers has proposed to Bill's the first offers new unemployment benefits to Americans. The second bill has items Lawmakers have disagreed over for months. NPR's child, Snyder reports on the first bill. The group is proposing a $748 billion coronavirus relief package that could be attached to a huge government spending bill that lawmakers are hammering out. The measure includes money for unemployment aid for small businesses and vaccine distribution. The two main sticking points are in a separate bipartisan bill. The liability protections for businesses and Republicans are seeking. And a first aid to local government Democratic priority. MPR's Giles Snyder, voter Turnout in the 2020 presidential election was the highest in more than a century. Still about 80 million Americans chose not to vote. That's according to a new survey from NPR, the Medill School of Journalism and Ipsos. NPR's Domenico Montanaro reports. The survey of 1100 nonvoters found their disengaged, disaffected and don't believe politics can make a difference in their lives. They're more likely to be Latino. They're younger than voters overall, make less money and have lower levels of education. They had lots of reasons for not voting, including not being registered to vote. Not being interested in politics and feeling like their vote would not make a difference. One reason they did not cite as a major reason, though difficulty in voting three quarters said they think it's at least somewhat easy to vote. Medical Montanaro. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian What Marin County Public Health Officer, Dr Matt Willis says about 90% of front line. I see you and emergency department doctors there say they're interested in getting the Visor Cove it vaccine. His department conducted an informal poll. Also of about 300, health care workers, mainly hospital and skilled nursing facility. Staff and 84% of them said they would get vaccinated. You know, we do think that this is going to be a game changer for us, especially in our skilled nursing facilities. Right now In Bryant County, there are 12 outbreaks happening in long term care facilities. Fizer vaccine is expected to arrive in Marin County on Wednesday. People who booked vacations in popular winter destinations like Lake Tahoe through Airbnb before the state restrictions on non essential travel are now struggling to get refunds. KQED is Chloe Veltman has more Likely resident Valerie McDermott hoped to give her two young kids their first experience of snow this week. But when she heard about the new statewide ban on leisure trips and tried to get a refund on the Lake Tahoe accommodation booking she made back in October, the host dim erred on she says Airbnb was no help. There actually is either grew the entire amount of many appeared to the discussion of the host or violate the order blatantly and put people's lives at risk. The spokesman for Airbnb said the company is providing refunds for stays booked. Before March 14th 2020, But reservations made after that day to subject to regular cancelation policies. State and county plans for enforcing the travel restrictions remain unclear. I'm Chloe Veltman KQED news and I'm Brian wife.

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on KQED Radio

"My from NPR News on Corvo Coleman. President elect Joe Biden is calling for unity after the electoral College officially declared his victory in the presidential election. In a speech Monday night, Biden said that neither the pandemic norm and abuse of power can extinguish American democracy. He also rebuked President Trump for trying to subvert the national election. Biden is visiting Atlanta today to campaign for the two Democrats and Georgia's U. S. Senate runoff elections from member station W. A. B Alex Helmick reports. Biden is one of a number of political surrogates to visit the state ahead of the January 5th run off elections. Biden will campaign for Democrats John US often. Raphael Warnock in Atlanta. As in person. Early voting is now underway. Meantime, vice President Mike Pence is set the visit Georgia on Thursday to stump for Republicans Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. It's a week after his last visit and his fourth stop in the state. Since the general election, hundreds of millions of dollars have poured into Georgia for the high profile run offs for the two U. S. Senate seats. It will determine the majority in the chamber for NPR News. I'm Alex Helmick in Atlanta Attorney General William Barr says he is leaving the Justice Department next week. Bar says he's pleased with President Trump's accomplishments. But they disagreed over the election. Trump falsely claimed that there was fraud. NPR's Ryan Lucas says. Barr said there was no evidence of it. At the time, Trump fired back by saying that bar really hadn't even looked for voter fraud. But there is more that has led to this this unraveling relationship. The president also has been irate about Justice Department investigation into President elect Joe Biden, son. Hunter for possible tax evasion. NPR's Ryan Lucas reporting on Capitol Hill lawmakers. Air still at odds over fresh coronavirus relief Ah bipartisan group of lawmakers has proposed to Bill's the first offers new unemployment benefits to Americans. The second bill has items that lawmakers have disagreed over for months. NPR's Giles Snyder reports on the first package. The package was unveiled by a group of Republican and Democratic lawmakers, including West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin. Bipartisanship. And compromise is alive and well in Washington. Contrary to what you've been hearing, we've proven that the group is proposing a $748 billion coronavirus relief package. The measure includes money for unemployment and made for small businesses in vaccine distribution. The two main sticking points or in a separate bipartisan proposal, the liability protections for businesses and Republicans are seeking A neighbor, state and local governments a democratic priority. Any deal ultimately reach could be attached to a huge government spending bill that negotiators air hammering out ahead of Friday's deadline. Kyle Snyder. NPR NEWS This is NPR news. In northeast Nigeria. The Islamist militant group Boko Haram is claiming responsibility for the kidnapping of hundreds of school boys. They were abducted last Friday during an attack on their school. Nigerian security forces are searching for the students. Boko Haram is leader says their western education is an affront to Islam. Officials in Afghanistan say the deputy governor of the capital Kabul, has been killed in a blast Assailants stuck a bomb to his car. NPR's DEA indeed, reports his secretary was also killed. The deputy governor Markova Lama, Had B is one of the most high profile victims of shadowy militants have been killing journalists, police, security forces, judicial authorities and senior administrators. While there's always being such killings, they appeared to have stepped up since the Taliban signed an agreement with the United States that will see foreign forces withdraw from Afghanistan by spring. It's not clear where the Taliban are quietly behind these killings or whether the simple fact of foreign forces withdrawing has empowered other militant groups as well shortly before the bombing that killed the deputy governor. Gunman opened fire on police Madam cobbles outskirts, killing one Headed..

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"See and President Trump's top negotiator, Treasury chief Steve Mnuchin, who notes similarities between the administration's latest offer and the plan emerging from what a bipartisan group of lawmakers proposed recently. We should be doing everything we can to prevent layoff, create jobs for possible And raised toward the vaccines that will end this nightmare. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has offered to strip away the two main sticking points, dropping Republican demands for liability reforms if Democrats drop demands for ages, state and local governments. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, though, has rejected that there is strong bipartisan support for state and local aid. There is not the same broad bipartisan support for sweeping corporate immunity. Both sides say more relief is needed first time claims for jobless benefits soaring last week back to September levels. Meantime, an FDA advisory meeting on the Fizer covert vaccine of vote could come later today, but that wouldn't be the final decision as a record surge in covert cases continues because a week to go from a single day record of 2800 covert 19 deaths to yesterday's new one of 3100. 24. If that rate continues, we could hit 300,000 total deaths by the start of next week. The covert tracking project says. We've also hit a new hospitalization record more than 106,000. As anticipation over the vaccine grows. A new poll from The Associated Press in O R. C for public affairs research finds that only about half of Americans say they'll get the covert 19 vaccine. Another quarter on sure. In New York. Tanya J. Powers. Fox News president Trump just announcing that Israel and Morocco agree to normalize relations, the fourth Arab Israel agreement in just four months. As part of that deal, the U. S will recognize Morocco's claim River disputed region. America's listening for Fox News. News radio K L B J I'm Patrick Osborne. This news is brought to you by bass Drop firewood calm all combined. There's a sizable number of students and teachers in Travis County. They have been forced to quarantine due to suspected exposure to Cove in 19 Health Authority, Marquess Scott says, By far the most is in Pflueger Ville were more than 700. People are isolating more than 1400 individuals. In our Travis County schools are staying home because they have been identified as a close contact more than 175. Teachers in the county or having a quarantine, which is, Scott says, has a profound effect on the school's ability to continue normal operations. Hays County has seen its covert numbers jumping upward in recent weeks, County epidemiologist Eric Schneider says that's really an issue across central Texas. But the increase in testing within Hays County is definitely contributed to that June. We were probably.

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Progress on covert relief. ELISA Brady Fox News. It's been reported by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Trump's top negotiator, Treasury chief Steve Mnuchin, who notes similarities between the administration's latest offer and the plan emerging from what a bipartisan group of lawmakers proposed recently. We should be doing everything we can to prevent lay off. Create jobs where possible and raised toward the back feigns that will end this nightmare. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has offered to strip away the two main sticking points, dropping Republican demands for liability reforms if Democrats drop demands for ages, state and local governments. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, though, has rejected that There is strong bipartisan support for state and local aid. There is not the same broad bipartisan support for sweeping corporate immunity. Both sides say more relief is needed first time claims for jobless benefits soaring last week back to September levels. Meantime, an FDA advisory meeting on the Fizer covert vaccine of vote could come later today, but that wouldn't be the final decision as a record surge in covert cases continues because a week to go from a single day record of 2800 covert 19 deaths to yesterday's new one of 3100. 24. If that rate continues, we could hit 300,000 total deaths by the start of next week. The covert tracking project says. We've also hit a new hospitalization record more than 106,000. As anticipation over the vaccine grows. A new poll from The Associated Press in O R. C for public affairs research finds that only about half of Americans say they'll get the covert 19 vaccine. Another quarter on sure. In New York. Tanya J. Powers. Fox News president Trump just announcing that Israel and Morocco agree to normalize relations, the fourth Arab Israel agreement in just four months. As part of that deal, the U. S will recognize Morocco's claim wherever disputed.

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Progress on covert relief. ELISA Brady Fox News. It's been reported by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Trump's top negotiator, Treasury chief Steve Mnuchin, who notes similarities between the administration's latest offer and the plan emerging from what a bipartisan group of lawmakers proposed recently. We should be doing everything we can to prevent lay off. Create jobs where possible and raised toward the vaccines that will end this nightmare. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has offered to strip away the two main sticking points, dropping Republican demands for liability reforms if Democrats drop demands for ages, state and local governments. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, though, has rejected that There is strong bipartisan support for state and local aid. There is not the same broad bipartisan support for sweeping corporate immunity. Both sides say more relief is needed first time claims for jobless benefits soaring last week back to September levels. Meantime, an FDA advisory meeting on the Fizer covert vaccine of vote could come later today, but that wouldn't be the final decision as a record surge in covert cases continues because a week to go from a single day record of 2800 covert 19 deaths to yesterday's new one of 3100. 24. If that rate continues, we could hit 300,000 total deaths by the start of next week. The covert tracking project says. We've also hit a new hospitalization record more than 106,000. As anticipation over the vaccine.

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Play KSFO. Progress on Covad Relief. ELISA Brady Fox News. It's being reported by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Trump's top negotiator, Treasury chief Steve Mnuchin, who notes similarities between the administration's latest offer and the plan emerging from what a bipartisan group of lawmakers proposed recently. We should be doing everything we can to prevent lay off. Create jobs where possible and raised toward the vaccines that will end this nightmare. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has offered to strip away the two main sticking points, dropping Republican demands for liability reforms if Democrats drop demands for AIDS of state and local governments. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, though, has rejected that There is strong bipartisan support for state and local aid. There is not the same broad bipartisan support for sweeping corporate immunity. Both sides say more relief is needed first time claims for jobless benefits soaring last week back to September levels. Meantime, an FDA advisory meeting on the Fizer covert vaccine of vote could come later today, but that wouldn't be the final decision as a record surge in covert cases continues because a week to go from a single day record of 2800 covert 19 deaths to yesterday's new one of 3100. 24. If that rate continues, we could hit 300,000 total deaths by the start of next week. The covert tracking project says. We've also hit a new hospitalization record more than 106,000..

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Been arrested when Christopher and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson has double down on his pledge to take Britain out of the European Union on October thirty first without a deal if necessary this comes two days after he promised to obey a law forcing him to request a delay if he can't get an agreement with the block Johnson made today's pledge in an op ed in the sun on Sunday president Donald Trump praised a tight labor market Friday as the unemployment rate had a fifty year low he did mention job losses appearing in manufacturing total payrolls that factories contracted by about two thousand in September when economists had expected a gain of three thousand persons walk is chief economist at Deutsche Bank what's happening with manufacturing jobs it continues the trend lower this is consistent what we've been saying for awhile so the answer is that the uncertainty still hanging over the outlook and it is still and having an impact on the labor market the data were released as part of the monthly jobs report on Friday the US Supreme Court term that opens Monday is going to thrust of the justices into the nation's political wars in the run up to the next election in its first full term with to trump appointees the court is planning to hear fights over gay and transgender rights deportation protections and gun regulations on Friday the justices added an abortion case the first since justice Brett Kavanaugh confirmation created a stronger conservative majority on the court General Motors and the United auto workers moved closer to a deal that would end of their strike after about three weeks Bloomberg has learned to two main sticking points remain boosting employee pension plans and shortening the length of time required for entry level workers to earn top pay of twenty eight dollars an hour global news twenty four hours a day on air had it checked out on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg this is Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg.

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Club against another in baseball history Christopher Cruz and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson has double down on his pledge to take Britain out of the European Union on October thirty first without a deal if necessary this comes two days after he promised to obey a law forcing him to request a delay if he can't get an agreement with the block Johnson made today's pledge in an op ed in the sun on Sunday General Motors and the United auto workers moved closer to a deal that would be ended their strike after about three weeks Bloomberg has learned a two main sticking points remain they are boosting employee pension plans and shortening the length of time required for entry level workers who earn top pay of twenty eight dollars an hour the US Supreme Court term that opens Monday is going to thrust of the justices into the nation's political wars in the run up to the next election in its first full term with to trump appointees the court is planning to hear fights over gay and transgender rights deportation protections and gun regulations on Friday the justices added an abortion case the first since just as Brett Kavanaugh confirmation created a stronger conservative majority on the court investors will be listening for comments from a number of federal reserve officials in the coming week Bloomberg's Karen Moscow has more among the speakers this week fed chairman Jerome Powell who will make an appearance Tuesday on the final day of the an AB ease annual conference in Denver and Wednesday at a fed listens event at the Kansas city fed that's the same day we get the minutes from the federal reserve September meeting we're in a split decision policy makers lowered interest rates by twenty five basis points delta airlines at Levi Strauss are scheduled to report earnings in the coming week Karen Moscow Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air added tictoc on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg this is Bloomberg daybreak weekend our global look at the top stories in the coming weeks.

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"B. E. L. dot com now the new president trump golf club in Virginia yesterday and fumed on Twitter about the Democrats impeachment inquiry he called it a fraud against the American people in New Orleans yesterday vice president Mike pence continued the theme do nothing Democrats launched a partition impeachment inquiry in a blatant attempt to overturn the will of the American people. in the last election. but I think you all see through. the American people see through White House correspondent Jeremy diamond says pence's now caught up in the impeachment investigation this is also coming of course as a house Democrats are continuing to step up their impeachment inquiry also issuing subpoenas for vice president Mike pence and for the White House so far we don't know if the White House intends to comply the family of drummer ginger Baker says he's died peach based filling the volatile British musician was best known for his time with the power trio cream Baker died at a hospital in Britain this morning he was eighty one Christopher Cruz. and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson has double down on his pledge to take Britain out of the European Union on October thirty first without a deal if necessary this comes two days after he promised to obey a law forcing him to request a delay if he can't get an agreement with the block Johnson made today's pledge in an op ed in the sun on Sunday General Motors and the United auto workers moved closer to a deal that would ended their strike after about three weeks Bloomberg has learned a two main sticking points remain they are boosting employee pension plans and shortening the length of time required for entry level workers who earn top pay of twenty eight dollars an hour the US Supreme Court term that opens Monday is going to thrust of the justices into the nation's political wars in the run up to the next election in its first full term with to trump appointees the court is planning to hear fights over gay and transgender rights deportation protections and gun regulations on Friday the justices added an abortion case the first since just as Brett Kavanaugh confirmation created a stronger conservative majority on the court. investors will be listening for comments from a number of federal reserve officials in the coming week Bloomberg's Karen Moscow has more among the speakers this week fed chairman Jerome Powell who will make an appearance Tuesday on the final day of the and a B. E.'s annual conference in Denver and Wednesday at a fed listens event at the Kansas city fed that's the same day we get the minutes from the federal reserve September meeting where in a split decision policy makers lowered interest rates by twenty five basis points delta airlines at Levi Strauss are scheduled to report earnings in the coming week here in Moscow Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg. this is the business of sports from Bloomberg radio with scouts arsenic Michael Barr and Evan nobody William thank you very much for joining us we are here each and every week for you at the same time talking to the biggest names in sports today were chatting with John levy CEO of the score Sir John there's around fifteen different betting apps New Jersey now what makes yours different from all the others okay so so that's a good question because you know. if we didn't have the court media apps I promise you for as much as I'd want to be in the sports betting business I wouldn't be in the sports betting there's no way I'd want to compete with with with all these other brands when you look at at at we did when you know a year ago and how to get how to get involved in in in a sports betting. we took a look at all the all the all the you know. at five forty beds all the trend after all basically betting transactional. and we got some of them are better than others but they're really just betting transactional I would argue that sports betting is really just a part of sports in general our whole philosophy was you know we're doing all the tough stuff on the media for giving all the data all the content respect most popular at the North America we're spending a billion to push alerts you know people are getting our app hundred fifty hundred twenty thousand miles we know where they are and then they're going to make a better elsewhere so why not reverse the thinking just make betting a part of what we do in obviously scored that had to be a separate app because it had to be licensed by the TV in New Jersey and the subject all sorts of regulations but when you're betting score bad you really are betting with one brand which is scored at and gore and even though we started and a lot of integration points are going to be rolled out over the next month to month six month quite frankly you're gonna feel like your in one brand in one environment so you know you're your honor at getting all this day that you're gonna have an inflation to make a bat and ball then you're gonna be able to do it right there we ought to go out you know once you actually want you registered obviously. you're either going to be all sorts of integration they cross over points that make it very very easy for you especially with how everybody now in fifty percent of all betting it out in game right so what are people doing the Commodore out we're sending push alerts to getting all this data all this information in there deciding whether they want to change about make up that and and and you know we think if we can do it properly. early in a trusted brand that they're going to stay within you know with with our home and that's a differentiated approach so we're layering betting into our content as compared to everybody else is trying now to get that stickiness by layering content into their better yeah so we think that our approach is more sensible plus the other thing too is we don't have to spend like crazy you know to get customers you know our customers already exists we know who are in New Jersey we know who's in Florida when that opens up we know who's in New York we we know who's on what side of the bridge.

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:40 min | 2 years ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's been driving people crazy for years the unsolved case of the most mysterious song on the internet about twelve years ago in eighty something new wave is kind of two it appeared on the internet posted by amateur sleuths looking for any information they could find out about it since no one's been able to identify anything about it since it was recorded two cassettes of of German public radio sometime around nineteen eighty four. it's possible the band if you're bitter Swedish but the old recording offered nothing to identify if there aren't many clues despite all the resources the web has to offer like crowd sourcing and YouTubers and no one has been able to identify what's except one it's possible it was taped off a program called music for young people buy a DJ named Paul Baskerville who may hold the answer I'm Scott Kerr the Astros beat the rays Yankees beat the twins yesterday and they're American League division series. and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters this newscast is brought to you by interactive brokers rated number one best online broker in twenty nineteen and low cost online broker for the eighteenth consecutive year by parents learn why it I'd be K. R. dot com slash why I'd be how does energy secretary Rick Perry figure into the impeachment inquiry against president Donald Trump Axios reported trump claimed it during a conference call with house members on Friday it was Rick Perry who urged him to make that call according to three sources on the call fox news reports Perry denies discussing Joe Biden and his sons with trump or Ukraine officials General Motors and the United auto workers have moved closer to a deal that would end their strike after about three weeks Bloomberg has learned to two main sticking points remain boosting employee pension plans and shortening the length of time required for entry level workers who earn top pay of twenty eight dollars an hour. the US economy is entering dire straits as the longest expansion in its history increasingly looks like it's in jeopardy manufacturing is contracting services look wobbly and now the previously solid labor market appears to be cracking warning signs might be there but some economists aren't overly concerned about recession Michael deepen is chief US economist at Barclays capital yes things are slowing down but it doesn't look like the labor market or activity is falling off a cliff is just the deceleration Bloomberg economics sees just a twenty five percent chance of a recession occurring next year. Elizabeth homes once topped the Forbes list of the world's youngest self made female billionaires and now she allegedly can't pay her bills The Washington Post reports three coolly L. L. P. lawyers representing the embattled there in those founder in a lawsuit want off the case because Holmes hasn't paid them in more than a year global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg this is the business of sports should Major League Baseball short how do I resent football for the audience of the future I don't think that most players understand the power that they have flexible future of Indy car racing is looking for a start. basic math orbiters means more money no we will yeah the team value has essentially quadrupled and the leaders in the sports industry funded bring in our guest. National Hockey League commissioner Gary Bettman said when the Braves president Derek Schiller president John of the craft business of sports. hello Michael Moore got over the next hour we will explore the big money issues in the world of sports and talk to some of the biggest players in the industry this week we talk sports betting with John levy the C. E. O. of the score yeah the score for folks who don't know based up in Toronto sports media company they had a TV network for a while they had a very popular app I believe the act is the second most popular here in the US for scores outside of the the ESPN one but the big news for them they've gone into sports gambling in a way different from most companies you know they are the book they're doing it themselves they got themselves licensed but the technology themselves so going a different route than we've seen other companies taken and they just launched a month ago in Jersey there goes a long time but that's it. let's take a look at some of the top stories of the week now I'm gonna do my best Howard Cosell boy they audience for broadcasts through the first four weeks of the season right there has climbed four percent from a year ago the sixteen point three million people per game in the National Football League the most sense twenty sixteen that was horrible I was so bad like personal Howard would have thrown a few poly syllabic words and. NFL executives have have to subjugate the ego and the last seasons that might go home with them. any but still I mean that he has to throw in a big way was good thank you I will not give my impression. but now the good thing is that I never saw Howard Cosell broadcasted through you never did you did know dandy don Meredith the. it is over I still contend I'd rather watch them now than anybody else there were they were great unit anyway. good news really add up yeah this is good I mean for for the past couple years even as NFL ratings have dipped they they've been very adamant that you know it's not dipping as much as the rest of TV yeah we're down down as much as everyone and I want to feel is up which seems like at least through the first four weeks of the season up is a very very good results for for the league and for the networks to pay billions of dollars this is not a shocker but when you have your national windows in your exterior exclusive Thursdays and now the Sunday nights in the Monday nights if you have a good game that's good for ratings people tend to stick with it. despite the fact that you're getting the sports betting bump now in some places where even the blowout game but it's within seventeen spread is eighteen and a half people will also tend to stick with the DC but overall I this is not genius stuff people love football we know that we we know they're going to tune in you need some stars right give me some stars in some brand name teams like you put the cowboys on every week you'll do better than if it's the Buccaneers no offense to the Buccaneers but but I'm sure they are glad to see that there was a there was a little Japanese and let's see where it goes that everything has sort of studied and and and they're doing well Clayton Kershaw Skechers deal Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw will wear a special cleat during the playoffs one with the letters see see see on the hill this is where I like Twitter I'm just scrolling yesterday and bill shake it out of the LA times put that put this out there and I just turned and then the interesting part to me which I said to have been there Skechers is putting obviously a Cleveland Clinton cursor but they don't sell baseball cleats this is not the actual product they are looking to sell because they don't make it that's not something you see everyday yeah they worked with him to design special quick just for him one off that he will be wearing during the postseason I think that of the of all the athletes that are that are sketchy door stirs believe this is in the LA times story that they're quitting Kershaw and met because you're the only ones who designed their own shoes so you know it's a good deal for him I I'm sure this happens elsewhere the company should do this all the time right like why not just sponsor something in the other in the in the sports base that you don't actually do right like why doesn't where the B. M. W. makers and Bonnie. you're not selling selling. just give us a good idea. brand name by the way like you tip Kleenex like there there are. there FOR servers that are not Zamboni yes all right Olympia makes one okay but the number one brand of course is simple let's talk about the sports betting with the firm William Hill and monumental sports and entertainment owners of the wizards caps mystics they plan to open a sports betting venue inside the district Capital One arena in what would be the first wagering establishment inside a major league sports why you ran the whole thing then we can just discuss well but he says by it does a lot of stuff I you know but with just sat on the dock yeah William has got to deal with monumental and then eventually Williams will chime in and say the interesting part of this is that it's the first entering the sports book it's the first internist fourth book and it's actually the these actions images and stuff you're going out of the sea because the way that the legislators in DC set up this this bill I am already legalized it the DC lottery is going to have a mobile sports betting app across the sea but there are some legal concerns about how that contract was awarded totaled up right now so right now the the mobile app doesn't exist by the way which is it is all pending approval to go toward once the mobile app exists it will not be able to be used on a number of federally owned places within DC which obviously there's a lot of those and to each the area to block radius around every sporting event every sporting venue so where the nats play where the DC United plays where the captain and the wizards play they have their own geo located. blocked off event space where instead of the mobile app being used you have to download a separate separate mobile app that is operated by those then you gonna have to you it's gonna be a mass of different things and and possibly works to the benefit of this brick and mortar location within the caps venue because you know there's a good chance the DC bettors are not going to want to open five apps depending on where they are and what stadium there in they may want to go to a window at the arena I just placed about that up next on the shows with. for that. on.

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Prime minister Boris Johnson has double down on his pledge to take Britain out of the European Union on October thirty first without a deal if necessary this comes two days after he promised to obey a law forcing him to request a delay if he can't get an agreement with the block Johnson made today's pledge in an op ed in the sun on Sunday General Motors and the United auto workers moved closer to a deal that would end of their strike after about three weeks Bloomberg has learned a two main sticking points remain they are boosting employee pension plans and shortening the length of time required for entry level workers who earn top pay of twenty eight dollars an hour the U. S. Supreme Court term that opens Monday is going to thrust of the justices into the nation's political wars in the run up to the next election in its first full term with to trump appointees the court is planning to hear fights over gay and transgender rights deportation protections and gun regulations investors will be listening for comments from a number of federal reserve officials in the coming week Bloomberg's Karen Moscow has more among the speakers this week fed chairman your own Powell who will make an appearance Tuesday on the final day of the an AB ease annual conference in Denver and Wednesday at a fed listens event at the Kansas city fed that's the same day we get the minutes from the federation of September meeting where in a split decision policy makers lowered interest rates by twenty five basis points delta airlines at Levi Strauss are scheduled to report earnings in the coming week Karen Moscow Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air added tictoc on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg..

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Some faith based about a cherry groups are disappointed in the trump administration's decision to lower the number of refugees who can enter at the U. S. the administration proposes allowing only eighteen thousand refugees next year that's down from eighty five thousand just three years ago officials say they have set aside five thousand refugees slots for religious minorities but faith based organizations that help with the refugee resettlement are unhappy with the diminishing number it puts the groups at odds with the trump administration over refugees even though they support the president's emphasis on religious liberty great clutched in the White House voters in Costa though we're electing a new parliament Sunday that calls for leaders to resume dialogue with Serbia over normalizing ties some one point nine billion eligible voters started the cast their ballots to elect one hundred twenty lawmakers in the Balkan nation that became independent from Serbia in two thousand eight. breaking news and analysis a telecom. LL hospital system they quit accepting new patients after ransomware taxes it's gotten a key to unlock its computer systems but the Tuscaloosa news quoted a spokesman as saying the hospital system paid the attackers D. C. H. health system stop accepting new patients at its hospitals in Tuscaloosa north port in Fayette because of the attack to hit early Tuesday new patients were sent to hospitals in Birmingham and Mississippi spokesman says the ransom more variants are Y. U. K. was used to lock us files but the hacked didn't compromise the care of patients as workers reverted to using paper files hospitals will continue diverting all but the most critically ill patients through the weekend Rhonda rocks to report General Motors indicted auto workers moved closer to a deal Saturday that would end the strike this divided them for almost three weeks the automaker and union have agreed on most of the key issues but two main sticking points reportedly remain. for the stories at town hall dot com. I Patrick false. Joe Piscopo when the morning weekdays six Mike Gallagher at ten ten AM nine seven eight the answer. also on bark on an audio adventure in which nothing is.

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"two main sticking points" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

08:01 min | 3 years ago

"two main sticking points" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Attraction. Which I think you're gonna find hysterical. You've heard me tell stories about my kids will. One of my kids actually tells the story, but I can't tell it like they do. So, you know. Anyway, you can check that out if you want if not okay. Don't anyway where. Well, they should your kids. Cool. Well, thank you very much. Yeah. I like him. He was in here observing Johnny today. Briefly briefly. I said. Kinda hastily there everything. Okay. Guys that had to meet some friends. He said it'll be back though. Yeah. He I think he will be in chance. Chance. He's smart guy. So he he has the latest from USA today. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says President Donald Trump has indicated he is prepared to sign the government funding Bill with heard another government shutdown and issue a national emergency on the border at the same time. Declare national emergency speed up funding for his propose wall on the US Mexico border experts say the move would create a legal morass that could take until the middle of next year to resolve the White House announced today that Trump will make the move that he'd suggested for weeks the announcement came as congress really legislation that would devote just one point three seven five billion to the border wall far less than five point seven billion that Trump had demanded they say the declaring an emergency. Would allow the president decides step democrat opposition to more wall funding, we could also draw legal challenges from lawmakers and others who viewed the moves power Graham, although that could delay construction on the border barriers and extended legal fight. We'll give Trump a potential political issue to run on and twenty twenty. Maybe that's the plan. I don't know. Now part of the push back on this today there couple of pieces on this. And this this gets a little complicated. Let me the two main sticking points of this one. Is that this thing would it would give border legislatory democrat latest in Texas border places the authority to veto the wall in the area. Well, as they point out, and I think it was national review and some other places quick look at some of these border areas. And they are overwhelmingly democrat matter of fact, the least democrat area went three two one for Hillary in two thousand sixteen three to one for Hillary. So the, you know, they're not gonna want to build the border wall. So they can they got veto power over this apparently from this Bill. The second poison pill would allow illegal migrants in the United States to get a legal shield against deportation by simply declaring their willingness to sponsor a teenager or child traffic from Central America. Many of these so-called unaccompanied alien children who are being smuggled up to the United States by the cartels are the children of relatives of illegals who have already been sneaked into the United States themselves. And so these folks who are harboring these folks by quote, unquote, sponsoring them. Could be MS thirteen folks. And they get the state too. Now, Sarah Sanders. White House spokesman says the administration is very prepared for legal challenges on this declaration of a national emergency. The potential for an extended legal battle may explain why Trump back away from the emergency scenario last month. Gordon USA today president who faced criticism from some Republicans for the idea said that he wouldn't declare an emergency. Eminently Republicans noted a future democrat, president could use an emergency to work around congress. Well, they use emergencies all the time. Litigation could go all the way to the supreme court which is smack down attempts by both Trump and Barack Obama to make Enron's round congress. So how long that takes would depend on several factors one which programs. The White House might try to tap for funding nother is whether Trump tries to spend the seizure or speed the seizure of property from unwilling owners another factor to consider who could be harmed by the order and what have the right to sue? And then what court or courts are chosen by challengers seeking favorable verdicts. It's going to happen. We're waiting the senate's already voted in past this thing. And we don't even know what's in it. Nobody knows what's in it. It's eleven hundred page Bill. The nobody's had a chance to read. And nobody knows what's in it. And the senate's already passed the thing. And so we're waiting for the house to pass it tonight. And then the president in all likelihood will sign it. And then I guess we get to find out tomorrow the next day next week next two weeks next month next year. What's in it? This is no way to do business, folks. But this is the way they do business in Washington DC in both sides are guilty of it. Don't get me wrong. It's a bad bad bad way to pass laws because you don't know what you don't know. What else is ending? You can pass this thing. All we got funding for so. And so and all we did that. There's no way to find out until you've actually read the thing. And nobody seems to want to do that. Amazon's not going to build their headquarters in New York after all and Alexandrio Cossio Cortes is crowing with victory, ladies and gentlemen. This was going to actually employ thousands of people and was going to bring millions and millions into the local economy, but we're not gonna do this says Amazon after much thought and deliberation we've decided not to move forward with our plans to build a headquarters for Amazon and Long Island for Amazon the commitment to build new headquarters requires positive collaborative relationships with state and local elected officials who will be supportive over the long term, while polls show that seventy percent of New Yorkers support, our plans and investment a number of state and local politicians have made it clear Alexandria, the they oppose our presence and will not work with us to build the type of relationships that are required to go forward with the project. We in many of others have envisioned in Long Island city, which is in queens, by the way. We're disappointed to have reached this conclusion, we love New York. It's incomparable diamond is a dynamism people in culture, and particularly the community of Long Island city where we have gotten to know so many optimistic forward leaning community leaders small business owners and residents they're currently over five thousand Amazon employs in Brooklyn Manhattan, instead Nyland and we plan to continue growing these teens. We are deeply grateful to governor Cuomo mayor de Blasio in their staffs who so enthusiastically in graciously invited us to build a New York City and support us during this process, but to that Alexandra Cossio Cortez chick. So we're going to pull out and that's the end. So we got all these jobs that would have come from Amazon building a headquarters here. So what does this mean? Well, it means that they're probably going to do the one outside of Washington DC. I think they're also building one here aren't the in in Tennessee. So I don't know whether they decide that somebody else gets a headquarters or what?.

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