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Fresh update on "u s district court" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:23 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "u s district court" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Congressman Matt Gates reportedly gathered for the New York Young Republicans annual gala. That prompted officials to shut the New Jersey venue down. It is beyond the pale that anyone would willingly and danger people in another state. Never mind their own. Laetitia. Laura knows that danger firsthand. She survived Cove it but her 18 year old daughter who had special needs did not. How are you feeling like my world is ending? I feel broken love. This just in California has certified Joe Biden's victory, giving the president elect more than the 270 electors needed to win the White House. Mr Biden today, said he does not think of vaccine should be mandatory. No, I don't think it should be mandatory. I wouldn't demand to be mandatory. But I would do everything in my power Just like I don't think masks have to be made mandatory. Nationwide. A new court order could allow one million undocumented immigrant teens and young adults to apply for protections from deportation. CBS is Lilia Luciano. Judge has ordered the Department of Homeland Security to reopen the DACA program for dreamers to apply and to grant work permits for two years to approve. Applicants. The order by Judge Nicholas Graphics of the U. S District Court in Brooklyn could impact an estimated million undocumented teams would qualify for DR protections. But we're locked out of the program after President Trump moved to ended three years ago. Luciano CBS News Residents in Lake Forest, California are now allowed to return to their homes after evacuation orders were lifted in a massive window heard Wildfire east of Irvine. But that bonfire is just 10% contained. Mike back is with the local fire Safety Council in Silverado Canyon all over on they Basically let the fire burn until it got down near the homes and they protected the homes. They did awesome job of doing that employers added 245,000 new jobs last month, the lowest number since April. Neil Bradley is chief policy officer for the U. S Chamber of Commerce and says Congress needs to act lots of Americans who remain unemployed and 12 million. Who will be caught off of unemployment benefits at the end of this year unless Congress acts that needs to be extended. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T. O P s..

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California church sees victory in order from high court

All Things Considered

01:01 min | 1 d ago

California church sees victory in order from high court

"California's code restrictions on religious services got a boost today from the U. S. Supreme Court. The high Court's ruling is not a final victory for Harvest Rock church, but it definitely strengthens its case more now from KCRW's Gerald Saxman. The Supreme Court decision leaves the state's health orders in place for now. But it throws out a ruling by a federal district court in Los Angeles that rejected harvest rocks challenge to caps on attendance and restrictions on indoor services. In a 5 to 4 decision that Justice has said the L. A District court had to reconsider Harvest rocks case in light of a ruling they made last week that the state of New York could not enforce certain limits on religious services. Pasadena based Harvest Rock has 160 churches around the state. Mat Staver, chairman of Liberty Council, which represents the ministry, called the ruling quote a great relief for churches and places of worship. In its lawsuit, The church describes California's restrictions as tyrannical and his KCRW's Gerald Stats

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Fresh update on "u s district court" discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:22 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "u s district court" discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

"The hour, sponsored by Egg lands best on that Piper in New York about 225,000 new Covert 19 cases have just been reported, breaking the daily record. It comes as an FDA advisory committee is meeting next week to discuss emergency approval of the Fizer vaccine. CBS is a divinity as reports that despite increasing numbers of infections, some are ignoring pandemic precautions. Americans seem to be taking more risks. At least 150 people, including Florida Congressman Matt Gates reportedly gathered for the New York Young Republicans annual gala that prompted officials to shut the New Jersey venue. Down. It is beyond the pale that anyone would willingly and danger people in another state, Never mind their own. Laetitia. Laura knows that danger firsthand. She survived Cove it but her 18 year old daughter who had special needs did not. How are you feeling? My my world is ending. I feel broken love. This just in California has certified Joe Biden's victory, giving the president elect more than the 270 electors needed to win the White House. Mr Biden today, said he does not think of vaccine should be mandatory. No, I don't think you should be mandatory. I wouldn't demand to be mandatory. But I would do everything in my power Just like I don't think mask have to be made mandatory. Nationwide. A new court order could allow one million undocumented immigrant teens and young adults to apply for protections from deportation. CBS is Lilia Luciano. Judge has ordered the Department of Homeland Security to reopen the DACA program for dreamers to apply and to grant work permits for two years to approve. Applicants. The order by Judge Nicholas Graphics of the U. S District Court in Brooklyn could impact an estimated million undocumented teens would qualify for DR protections. But we're locked out of the program after President Trump moved to ended three years ago. LUCIANO CBS News Residents in Lake Forest, California are now allowed to return to their homes after evacuation orders were lifted in a massive win deferred wildfire east of Irvine. But that bonfire is just 10% contained. Mike back is with the local fire Safety Council in Silverado Canyon all over on they Basically let the fire burn until I got down near the homes and they protected the homes. They did awesome job doing that employers added 245,000 new jobs last month, the lowest number since April. Neil Bradley is chief policy officer for the U. S Chamber of Commerce and says Congress needs to act lots of Americans who remain unemployed and 12 million. Who will be caught off of unemployment benefits at the end of this year unless Congress acts that needs to be extended. This is CBS News. These days. Better nutrition and stronger immunity are essential. That's why egg lands best gives you and your family more so we can all be in our very best only egg lands Best..

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U.S. Women's Soccer Team Settles Part Of Gender Discrimination Suit

Night News

00:24 sec | 3 d ago

U.S. Women's Soccer Team Settles Part Of Gender Discrimination Suit

"U S women's soccer team and its governing body filed notice today in U. S District Court in Los Angeles that they've settled the players legal claim over inequitable working conditions, which puts to rest part of their gender discrimination suit. The settlement allows the players to appeal their claim that the men's team has paid more which a federal judge dismissed earlier this year. Meanwhile, U S Soccer has agreed to equitable working conditions on travel accommodations, venues and staffing. WCBS news time 9 14

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Supreme court questions Trump bid to bar undocumented immigrants from census

KCBS 24 Hour News

04:03 min | 4 d ago

Supreme court questions Trump bid to bar undocumented immigrants from census

"Raising raising concerns concerns today today that that the the Trump Trump administration administration be be allowed allowed to to move move forward forward with with the the president's president's efforts efforts to to exclude exclude people people it it deems deems has not settled legal residents in the U. S from encountered in the census. The move could affect the congressional representation in some states with large groups of undocumented immigrants residing there. And for more. On today's arguments case, CBS News anchor Jeff Bell spoke with Rory Little professor at UC Hastings College of the Law, or thanks for being with us. Can you help us understand some of the legal issues at play here? Well, it's a very important case. Although I listen to the arguments today, and I'm not sure the Supreme Court is going to resolve it. Um completely. I think. In some sense, the Supreme Court may find a way to simply delay the resolution until after President Trump Leaves office and Joe Biden is the president, at which point Trump policy to exclude undocumented aliens would would probably no longer be in effect. You know, the Constitution says that the representatives in Congress or a portion By counting all of the people that are residing in the state every 10 years, So the census determines how many members of Congress you have. If you exclude all undocumented aliens of state like California, with so many undocumented aliens would lose representatives and thereby lose electoral votes and lose because electoral votes determined by how many representatives you have so There's a ripple effect of this and it's very important. That the census include quote the whole number of persons. That's what the 14th amendment to the Constitution says the whole number of persons Oh, excuse me. So President Trump has said I want to exclude undocumented, uh, persons in states even if they've been there for 30 40 years and are living completely lawfully and paying their taxes. On Dat would really change all practice That's never been done before. We don't count foreign diplomats if they happen to be visiting the United States for year two, but we do count. All the people that reside. Whether they're statute is lawful status is lawful or otherwise. So weary, a lower court in D. C tossed out the multiple lawsuits. What was their reasoning? And what will the appeal be here? Well, uh, the reality is that it is the government that is appealing to the Supreme Court. So the government lost the Trump Administration lost in lower court. One of the district court said. Maybe this case isn't ready for decision yet. Maybe it's not right. Maybe there's no standing. Maybe maybe state shouldn't be able to complain about this until after the numbers have been Announced. I think the court was they asked about that today, but they did not seem open to it. Maybe justice Gorsuch was open to it, but I think for the most part, the justices We're looking for a way to resolve the case That would either just delay it until January 20th or we're actually rule that the president cannot exclude all undocumented. Person. There may be some discretion on the margins. But for the most part, the Constitution says all persons reside in the state. S O. The lower court may have Said. Some things like there's not enough standing or justice ability. These fancy legal words. But the reality is this case is ready to be decided. And the only question is when Askew mentioned things could change after the inauguration in January, President elect Joe Biden, then President Biden could try to reverse course on all this, and I assume that that might prompt future litigation as well. Well, there's always litigation after the senses, So yes, you're right. But on this particular question, I don't think so. I mean, this historical practice has been to include everybody, except for people like foreign diplomats, sir. People who were here on a tourist visa for few weeks. Um, so, but there's always litigation. I mean mean states states care care a a lot lot about about how how many many people people are are apportioned apportioned to to them. them. That's That's very very little little professor professor at at

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Supreme Court Strikes Down New York COVID Restrictions

The Mock 'N Rob Show

06:35 min | Last week

Supreme Court Strikes Down New York COVID Restrictions

"The new Supreme Court has spoken, and it is a much different message as it relates to Covad restrictions from the government. 93 w A. B C. It's the Mark and Rob. Show him Rob Mok is out Abdul in for Mok. And obviously, this came down late on Wednesday. With yesterday being Thanksgiving. We didn't get a chance to get to it. But the Supreme Court essentially striking down the order from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, putting a limit on how many people could attend certain religious services again simplifying a very complex issue, but basically saying Hey, If you say liquor stores and bike shops can have whatever. Then you can't say religious institutions can't have a two almost soon. You say they got it wrong. Um, not necessarily. I think they got it right. But it was the question Woz. Um Did the rule really apply anymore? Because the mayor of New York City had sort of lift exits. The Governor York had sort of color coded like from orange thread in the synagogue to church. We're back in the orange category. Not the red category. So the question was. Is this really an issue at all? But what this gets, too? And it's going to sound really where I got to get in the weeds for just a little bit Sure, because we should point out the people hearing your voice. You are a man of all you are an attorney license in two states, which means we gotta start paying my annual to send to stop it. It's gonna cost about 350 bucks. There is this issue was called muteness and rightness. Muteness basically means that the issues over and the court doesn't have to deal. With it right. This means the issue isn't ready yet for the court to deal with, And so what? I'm thinking what the Supreme Court did Well said, Hey, technically, the issue is moot in the sense that no. They change the color code. This game and all charges. You got to go back to 50%. But they said this could come back up again. And so we want to make sure that the issue is is sort of settled, at least for right now, and that's why I think that's I think that's why they did what they did because you can't Treat religious institutions differently unless you've got a really, really good reason to do it. It's like it's got. Let's just all the strict scrutiny analysis and I'm like really delighted, said It's truly with the girdle on which is what he said. It's like No, that's that's not it. It's no, that's not it. Um In a nutshell. You you have a situation where I don't see why. I just couldn't remember to everybody the same, which is like a 15% capacity across the board. 25% capacity across the board. You gotta social distance and that'll that'll take care of it. But now we got the mayor. The Governor York City say the courts rule doesn't matter because we're no longer in that red So we're now in the Orange zone. But still, the court could say, Hey, this will come back. We just want to make sure that we know exactly what's going on. Because, well, well, I do agree with with in principle with the theory that hang in the Constitution doesn't stop for pandemic. You still have to You're still you're still in the pandemic. I have so many legal questions off of this. And if you are really ever you see the read these articles and said, But why did you this This is this is writing Abdul's wheelhouse. So the first question I have is when a ruling like this comes down because we've seen people like in the state of Indiana be very upset that the governor and in the early days of the pandemic said Well, religious liquor stores can stay open. But these places have to close and go into a liquor store. But you can't go in here. Does this apply across the country now? Does everybody have to look at this and go? Okay. This is the new law like how do we snow? Because this we're basically dealing with emergency orders, so the emergency order only applies to the emergency. The order. You need actual case X again up to the Supreme Court. So what does that mean? Cause I would look at this and say this is a This is a case. So what? No, it's no. It's Zen emergency hearing. Um For lack of a better term kinda figure how to explain this in like 10, seconds or less. Since keeping relatively simple in a nutshell, The court will hear cases like you know. Plessy vs Ferguson served Kendall versus shabbas or something like that has gone through the district Court, the appellate court and then to the Supreme Court. Then the court will also hear these sort of emergency orders, which is Hey, our rights are being violated. We need to know a quick opinion. Next. Why Z, which which gets to need to where I was going to go? Which is? How does the court decide? I was gonna ask you that question. This seems like it came very quickly versus these cases that sometimes you know, we'll hear an argument in October and they don't rule until June. Or you give it I say that it takes forever to go to go through. These sort of things are for those specific issues. So like Trump may appeal Some ruling related to the election, and that would be just for that specific thing. It wouldn't have some overarching. Apparently it was in the emergency order category, for example. Hey, we need to throw these ballots out right now. Because December 14th, the Electoral college is going to do X Y Z so the court will now the court can hear things on an expedited basis. I'II Bush versus Gore. Which, interestingly, which, by the way only applies to Bush versus Gore. Well, so let's let's let's branch off that rabble by the whites, The mark and Rob Show Mark is out, Rob here of duels in for Mark, We're talking a little bit about this. Ruling by the Supreme Court. Limiting of the governor of New York's ability to restrict religious activities were trying to from a legal perspective sort through what that means. One of the fascinating things for me reading about this is how Gorsuch was sparring with Roberts in their legal written opinions now wouldn't Jerry Springer they weren't yelling at each other on stage, but the different articles I was reading, say, said, this is pretty intense for supreme for two Supreme Court justices. This is basically their version of sniping at each other is that is that unusual for judges? It is not uncommon for judges to take little pot shots at each other. Supreme Court has done it even on that level on that level yet because they're all so they're still human beings. But you know this because I want to lead us to another look, they clearly they are brilliant whether you agree with their their judicial philosophy or not there. They're brilliant legal people, So they know they're smarter than everyone else, right? 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Massachusetts man pleads guilty in Boston-area robberies

WBZ Midday News

00:26 sec | Last week

Massachusetts man pleads guilty in Boston-area robberies

"More than a dozen robberies in the Greater Boston area. The man's name is Louis Central on. He pleaded guilty this week and U. S District Court in Boston to 14 counts of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. Thies robberies happening between December 2017 and February 2018 and, according to the U. S attorney's office, Antron also copped to drug possession charges. Hundreds of residents in a South

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In blistering ruling, judge throws out Trump suit in Pa.

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

In blistering ruling, judge throws out Trump suit in Pa.

"A federal judge has issued a scathing order dismissing the trump campaign's futile effort to block the certification of votes in Pennsylvania U. S. District Court judge Matthew Brann ruled that Pennsylvania officials can certify election results that currently show Joe Biden winning the state by over eighty thousand votes he said the trump campaign presented quote strain legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations unsupported by evidence trump tweeted after the ruling but he couldn't understand why Biden was forming a cabinet when the president's investigators had found quote hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes a baseless claim for which trump has supplied no evidence showing up there Washington

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U.S. drops drug charges against Mexican general, clearing way for transfer

The World

04:03 min | 2 weeks ago

U.S. drops drug charges against Mexican general, clearing way for transfer

"Unexpected move by the U. S. Justice Department has thrown the US Mexico relationship into the spotlight. Last month, former Mexican General Salvador sent Frago Cepeda, who was arrested in Los Angeles and face charges of drug trafficking and corruption. Today, though a U. S District Court judge allowed prosecutors to drop all charges against sent way goes opening the door for him to return to Mexico and allowing Mexican officials to investigate. Walk us through this eyebrow raising move. The world's Jorge Valencia joins us from Mexico City, Jorge What was the Justice Department accusing sent way goes off remind us prosecutors were saying that he was using his position as the former defense minister of Mexico. He was the head of the Defense Ministry from 2012 to 2016. He said he was using that position to allow an organized crime group known as H two to traffic drugs to United States without interference. Now prosecutors appear to have a very solid case. They spent more than a year on this. So it was a very big surprise when none other than William Barr, the U. S. Attorney general himself issued a statement yesterday saying that prosecutors were going to drop all charges and return General Sam Fly goes to Mexico Mexico's foreign relations Minister Marcelo and gave public remarks about this yesterday. Would out here is saying that he doesn't see this as a path toward impunity, but rather his way in which the Department of Justice is showing respect to Mexico and showing respect to Mexico's military. This feels like such a 1 80, especially considering sent for egos was arrested. Just last month s O. What kind of reaction has there been? Shock? Bewilderment? Uh, I mean, for people who are involved in efforts to fight organized crime here in Mexico. They're very surprised by this because this isn't just about the charges that Cienfuegos was facing in District court in New York, but also about other crimes that many people believe that the government was involved in while he was the defense minister. Most notably the case of 43 University students who went missing in the southern state of Guerrero and were never found. I spoke with Mike the hell he is the former director of international operations at the D E. A. And he was based here in Mexico for more than 10 years, quite frankly, in my 31 year career with the Drug Enforcement Administration I had never seen anything like this. This is outlandish and the most repulsive thing that I've ever seen in the history of U. S. Justice. Marco. One important piece of context to have is that Mexico's courts are notoriously challenged. Some estimates find that nine out of 10 crimes in Mexico go unpunished. So when you have somebody as powerful as the former defense minister general of Cienfuegos if he actually did commit any of the crimes that he was being accused of in the United States There is a good chance that he could walk away without ever facing trial. Are there any theories as to why the U. S. Justice Department would drop these charges? I mean drug trafficking. Mexico remains a high priority for us national security. There seems to be more to the story. I should be clear that it is speculation. But the prevailing theory is that by returning General Cienfuegos to Mexico, the Trump administration is returning a favor to the administration of President Andres Manuel Lopez. Laura Laura. Mexico has done a lot of work to prevent people over the past couple of years from migrating from Central America toward the United States. It's very difficult to tell because by releasing General Xin flag goes, one question is answered. But many, many, many more questions are being asked the world's Jorge Valencia in Mexico City. Thank you very much for this. You're welcome, Marco.

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DOJ To Drop Charges Against Former Mexican Official Arrested At Los Angeles International Airport

PRI's The World

04:02 min | 2 weeks ago

DOJ To Drop Charges Against Former Mexican Official Arrested At Los Angeles International Airport

"Unexpected move by the. Us justice department has thrown the us mexico relationship into the spotlight last month. Former mexican general salvador sent away goes to pay who was arrested in los angeles and face charges of drug trafficking and corruption. Today though a us district court judge allowed prosecutors to drop all charges against wego's opening the door for him to return to mexico and allowing mexican officials to investigate to walk us through this eyebrow raising move. The world's jorges valencia joins us from mexico city or. Hey what was the justice. Department accusing sent way goes of remind us prosecutors. Were saying that he was using his position. As the former defense minister of mexico he was the head of the defense ministry from two thousand twelve to two thousand sixteen. He said he was using that position to allow an organized crime group known as h. Two to traffic see nited states without interference now appear to have a very solid case. They spent more than a year on this so it was a very big surprise when none other than william bar the. Us attorney general himself issued a statement. Yesterday saying that prosecutors were going to drop all charges and return general. Cf way goes to mexico. Mexico's foreign relations minister monticello eradicate public remarks about this yesterday. Out here saying that. He doesn't see this as a path toward impunity but rather his way in which the department of justice is showing to mexico and showing respect to mexico's military. This feels like such a one. Eighty especially considering sent wiggles was arrested just last month. So what kind of reaction has there been shock bewilderment. I mean for people who are involved in efforts to fight organized crime here in mexico. They're very surprised by this. Because this isn't just about the charges that inflation was facing a disa- court in new york but also about other crimes that many people believe that the government was involved in while he was the defense minister most notably the case of forty three university students. Who went missing in the southern state of guerrero. And we're never found. I spoke with mike v. he'll he is the former director of international operations at the da and he was based here in mexico for more than ten years. Quite frankly in my thirty one year career with the drug enforcement administration. I had never seen anything like this. That says Langage and the most repulsive thing that i've ever seen in the history of us justice. Marco one important piece of context to have is that mexico's courts are are notoriously challenged some estimates Find that nine out of ten crimes in mexico go unpunished so when you have somebody as powerful as the former defense minister general goes if he actually did commit any crimes that he was being accused of in the united states. There is a good chance that he could walk away without facing trial. Are there any theories as to why the. Us justice department would drop these charges. I mean drug trafficking. Mexico remains a high priority for us national security. There seems be more to the story. I should be clear that it is speculation but the prevailing theory is that by returning generals who goes to mexico. The trump administration is returning a favor to the administration of president under manuel lopez or mexico has done a lot of work to prevent people over the past couple of years from migrating from central america toward the united states. It's very difficult to tell. Because by releasing general goes One question is answered but many many many more questions are being asked. The world's jorges valencia in mexico city. Thank you very much for this. You welcome marco.

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Judge rules Wolf did not have authority to restrict DACA

What A Day

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge rules Wolf did not have authority to restrict DACA

"Acting homeland security secretary and trump appointee chad. Wolf doesn't matter and that's not my opinion. It's actually the law. A us district court. Judge ruled on saturday the dhs illegally alter the order of succession to give wolf his job and as such actions. He took to limit the scope of the deferred action for childhood arrivals program or daca didn't have legal merit mr wolf. Your office was essentially a large place. That for make believe phobia wants to aim at dhaka in july after the supreme court ruled that the trump administration's decision to wind down the program until nineteen was unconstitutional. He counteracted the decision by barring new dock. Applications and cutting the length of grants and work permits from one year. To to the judge in saturday's case will hold conferences to work out the details of his ruling but the effect seems to be that wolf's move to limit daca are void so daca is no longer suspended for new applications or a two year renewals wolf's experience doing work that was actually not real. We'll prepare him for whatever corporate job he gets after his time. In the trump administration

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"u s district court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"u s district court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Prison inmates and people had moved as well as forge ballots cast on behalf of the early in the handicap. Even fictitious voters were invented in ballots cast in their name. Now they didn't find this stuff in a letter. Or in a shoebox, ladies and gentlemen. It takes time. You have to find it in 100, different places 1000 different places. You're not gonna fuck. Here's the evidence 100,000 ballots for it doesn't work that way. Had listen to the media. You know that's not enough to overturn they will not participate in this. Because they don't want trump the wind. They want buying the win. And the whole so called phony profession. Is of one mind. December. 14 1984 chief Judge Frank McGarr, the U. S District Court for the Northern District, Illinois. Publicly released the federal Grand Juries report on the 1982 election, only the third time in the history of the court that the grand jury report had been made public. We don't have a federal grand jury working now in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Why is that? Evidence revealed substantial vote fraud in Chicago during the November 2 1982 election found that similar fraudulent activities had occurred prior to 1982. What particularly struck FBI Agent Ernest Locker. Was how routine vote fraud was for the precinct captains, election judges, Paul watches and political party work is he interviewed? This is only 25 years ago. 35 years ago. They've been taught how to steal.

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Trump campaign will sue in Nevada, claiming votes by people who moved or who are dead; Biden lead widens

Glenn Beck

00:36 sec | Last month

Trump campaign will sue in Nevada, claiming votes by people who moved or who are dead; Biden lead widens

"Havana Secretary of State says there are about 190,000 ballots remaining to be counted from this year's general election. 90% of those from Clark County. More results expected to be released this morning at nine. Joe Biden currently holds an 11,500 volt lead in the state, picking up roughly 3000 votes yesterday, the Trump campaign and event of Republicans say they'll be filing a lawsuit in federal District Court asking you judge to stop the counter mail in ballots in Nevada, alleging thousands of people voted in Clark County. That either no longer live here or we're dead. Trump campaign says they're filing the lawsuit to protect legal voters, saying Clark County officials aren't answering their questions freak

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U.S. Postal Service finds 1700 ballots in Pennsylvania

BBC World Service

00:59 min | Last month

U.S. Postal Service finds 1700 ballots in Pennsylvania

"The deadline for that information. The U. S. Postal Service says it's inspectors found about 700 ballots during sweeps of processing facilities in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh yesterday as NPR's Brian Naylor reports a federal judge has ordered sweeps of postal facilities in several key states. In testimony before U. S District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan, it was revealed that as many as 68 mail in ballots were not delivered in Atlanta in time to be counted. And some 1400 ballots mailed over the weekend didn't arrive by Election Day in Pennsylvania, but officials there have until Friday to count them and the Postal Service has been told to keep sweeping his facilities for ballots. Until then. The Postal Service has been under extreme scrutiny during this election season because of concerns over the Corona virus pandemic. Some 65 million Americans voted by mail nationwide. But despite some glitches, experts say there have been no widespread problems with the Postal Service is handling of election male

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Scrutiny Of The U.S. Postal Service Continues As States Report Missing Ballots

All Things Considered

02:07 min | Last month

Scrutiny Of The U.S. Postal Service Continues As States Report Missing Ballots

"Based on a court filing earlier this week, it appeared that the Postal Service had lost track. Of some 300,000 mail in ballots. The ballots had been scanned into the system, but there was no record that they had been scanned out. But the Postal Service said in a statement that there was a simple explanation that under the extraordinary measures it was taking Teo get Election mail delivered on time, postal workers removed the ballots from the system before they received a final scan and delivered them directly to election boards. Mark demonstration, president of the American Postal Workers Union says that's exactly what happened. They're not missing. They're not disappeared. We have every reason to believe they made it to their final destination. And were counted there not accounted for in the same way that regular mail would have been. The Postal Service has been under extreme scrutiny during this election season because of concerns over the Corona virus pandemic. Some 65 million Americans voted by mail nationwide, but there were deep suspicions after Lewis to joy, a big dollar donor to Republicans, including President Trump was named Postmaster general. Choi, who ran a logistics company immediately introduced cost cutting measures that critics said slowed the mail. The Postal Service suspended those changes, spurred by a series of lawsuits from state officials and advocacy groups. Demonstration says Despite the controversies, he believes the Postal Service did a good job under a lot of pressure, very proud of it. Obviously all the vote should be counted, but this was a really success. For the American people. Still, there were some glitches in testimony today before U. S District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan. It was revealed that as many as 68 ballots were not delivered in Atlanta in time to be counted, and some 1400 ballots mailed over the weekend didn't arrive by Election Day in Pennsylvania. But officials there have until tomorrow to count them, and postal officials have been told to keep sweeping their facilities for ballots until then. Brian Naylor NPR news

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Texas Supreme Court rejects Republican effort to toss nearly 127K votes in Houston area

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Texas Supreme Court rejects Republican effort to toss nearly 127K votes in Houston area

"A legal cloud hanging over the nearly one hundred twenty seven thousand votes or cast in harris county was at least temporarily lifted sunday when the texas supreme court rejected a request. I several conservative. Republican activists and candidates to throw out early baoding's from drive polling sites is the state's most populous and largely democratic county. The texas tribune reports. The all republican court denied the request without an order or opinion as justice. It did last month similar lawsuit by some of the same plaintiffs. Those republicans are pursuing a similar lawsuit in federal court. They're hoping to get the votes thrown out by doing that cry. Few voting violates the constitution. Hearing in that case is set for today in houston in a federal district court

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Politicians, Constance Baker Motley

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:16 min | Last month

Politicians, Constance Baker Motley

"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Britannica. Today's politicians but most of her life fighting for civil rights, she put her life at risk to change the course of American history, but she's often left out of history books. Let's talk about Constance Baker Motley. Constance Baker Motley was born on September fourteenth nineteen, forty one in new haven connecticut she was one of twelve children born to working class immigrant parents from the West indies. Constance. Was a bright child who grew up attending integrated schools and quickly fell in love with reading. She didn't learn much about black history in school. But what she did learn about civil rights leaders inspired her she decided she wanted to become a lawyer, but constance couldn't afford higher education. She took a job as a maid for a while before moving on to work for the National Youth Administration an organization focused on providing work an educational opportunities for young adults. Constance was giving a speech at a local community center one evening when her oratory skills impressed a wealthy white philanthropist. He, offered to pay for constants college tuition. So in nineteen, forty, one constance began attending college at Fisk University in Nashville. She later wrote that the train ride down to Tennessee was the first time she experienced overt racism and Jim Crow laws after being forced to ride in a broken down segregated train car, it was a perspective changing moment for constance two years into her attendance at Fisk Constance transferred to New York University and finished her bachelor's degree in economics. Then in nineteen, forty, four constance became the first black woman to be accepted to Columbia law school. After graduating from Columbia in nineteen, forty, six constants worked for the NWC peas legal staff under Thurgood. Marshall who later became a court justice over the course of her work at the N. double ACP constance assisted with almost sixty cases that ended up reaching the Supreme Court. She also personally argued ten supreme court cases and one nine. Constance is work integrated multiple southern state universities putting her toe-to-toe with racist governors determined to bar black students from schools. She also helped protect the right to peaceful protests and opened up parks for. Black. Americans. She did all that despite the sexism and racism personally experienced during her legal career. Some judges actually turned their backs on her and refused to hear her speak. But Constance didn't let others biopsies bar her from success. Her work made her a key player in the civil rights movement and she even occasionally represented Dr. Martin? Luther. King Junior. Constance was constantly in danger when she was working in the south racists threatened her life and the lives of other prominent figures in the black community constance was barred from staying in hotels. So she had to stay with local activists, but even that didn't make her feel completely safe her friend Mississippi civil rights leader Medgar. Evers. was murdered his own driveway. So in nineteen, sixty, five constance left her work in the south and moved back to New York City. Shortly thereafter, she became the first black woman to serve in the New York State Senate. She was also elected president of the borough of Manhattan which made her the first woman in that role. During her time as a politician constance focused on raising up under served communities in the city like Harlem and East Harlem in nineteen sixty, six president Lyndon Johnson appointed constance to the US. District Court in the southern district

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Jamal Khashoggi's Fiancee Sues Saudi Crown Prince Over Journalist's Killing

All Things Considered

01:59 min | Last month

Jamal Khashoggi's Fiancee Sues Saudi Crown Prince Over Journalist's Killing

"As Crown Prince and two dozen other Saudi nationals kidnapped, drugged and killed Kasogi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul two years ago this month. This is the first civil lawsuit in the US regarding cash judges, killing NPR's Jackie Northam reports. The complaint filed in a U. S District court in Washington, alleges that Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing because he considered Jamal Cashew cheese worked to promote democracy in the Middle East on existential threat. It was filed by dawn, the democracy organization that could shock she started And by her teacher, Jenga is his fiancee. The suit names her Coke. She's widow. It says they were finalizing their civil marriage when he was killed. Jenga spoke by videoconference. Gemma's voice Wass too powerful to straightening and saw they decided they must silence him permanently, Attorney Keys, Harper told the video conference. The lawsuit has two goals. Accountability for cash Augie's murder and obtaining more information documents and recordings from the U. S and Saudi Arabia through Discovery. Harper says U. S courts have jurisdiction for the lawsuit because the trap for cash O G was set by officials at the Saudi Embassy in Washington, D. C. He was informed repeatedly. That he could not obtain a certificate of marriage eligibility. He needed to confirm this civil marriage, miss changes in the US and would have to travel to Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, and in this temple as we all know. The defendant abducted and murdered him. The Saudi Embassy did not respond to requests for comment by air time Thie Kingdom did convict eight nationals for cash Augie's murder in a closed trial. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS Washington

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Judge blocks Trump plan to cut food stamps for 700,000 adults

Here & Now

03:36 min | Last month

Judge blocks Trump plan to cut food stamps for 700,000 adults

"Struck down a Trump administration rule that would have eliminated food stamps for nearly 700,000 Americans. In her ruling on Sunday, the District Court judge in Washington, D. C called the Trump policy arbitrary and capricious, especially during a pandemic that has caused demand for food stamps to rise. 17%. Since the outbreak began. Ed Bolan is a senior policy analyst at the center on Budget and Policy Priorities. It's a nonprofit that looks at how budget policies affect low income households. And thanks for joining us glad to be here. And so it sounds like snap benefits, which is another way of saying food stamps are safe for the time being, but remind us what the Trump administration was trying to do here. Sure, so the Trump Administration had proposed a rule that would have made it much harder for unemployed workers who don't have kids in their homes to get food stamps or snap. The administration did it by restricting benefits in areas where people could still have trouble finding a job or getting toe work, so states couldn't continue to provide benefits after a couple of months, even if somebody was looking for work are working part time. Well, A fair number of people, you know, do believe that if someone is an able bodied adults, no dependence and no Children like there should be more restrictions. I'm getting food stamps, but obviously the situation is very different now because of the pandemic unemployment. Is up four times what it was last year when the policy was first ruled out by the Trump administration, But even like pre pandemic want critics saying that this whole idea was shortsighted anyway? Absolutely. It is interesting. That pandemic, I think, shines a light on why states needed to be able to continue to allow folks to get snap if they were Lowing coming off qualify for it precisely because unemployment hits people in communities in different ways we saw in the pandemic that mostly low wage workers were the ones that lost most of the jobs. Those jobs aren't coming back in many industries like the restaurant industry, janitors, home health aides. All these folks are folks that typically And rely on snap even while they're working, But certainly when they're in between jobs, so that always existed pre pandemic, those same communities and those same individuals might have job for a couple of months and I need some snap. Many of them would be working and getting snapped at the same time. So the rule we thought was arbitrary, capricious and harmful to low wage workers who were in and out of jobs, pre pandemic and especially post pandemic or during the day. And by the way, we've been a lot of reporting on how food banks around the country are feeling a lot of pressure because so many people have lost their jobs in the pandemic. How much strain has it put On the food stamp system on the snap system. Well, there has been a strain on snafus, Well agencies, state agencies that operate the program have been swamped. Although you know it will vary. Some states got hit harder than other states. But almost every single state saw some kind of any increase. We estimate. Six million probably more. At this point, folks have had to turn to snap. But the good thing about Snape is that if you can make it through ineligibility system, and that has been a struggle during a pandemic part because a lot of Snap offices are closed and agencies they're using old technology and everybody's trying to do things remotely. But if you can get on, then you get a benefit card and you can use it at a store or a grocery store. WalMart So it's very efficient and it helps. I think relieve the strain on food banks and community groups that have been startling to also meet the needs of people who have lost their jobs and their incomes that,

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Portland and Oakland sue over use of federal agents at protests

Pacifica Evening News

00:49 sec | Last month

Portland and Oakland sue over use of federal agents at protests

"Oregon, have sued the U. S. Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department, charging that the agency's air overstepping constitutional limits and their use of federal law enforcement officers. To tamp down on protests. The lawsuit filed in U. S District Court in San Francisco sites the deployment of U. S agents this summer to quell protests and also accuses the U. S Marshal Service of acting unlawfully by deputizing dozens of local Portland police officers as federal agents. Despite objections from city officials, The federal deputation Sze have meant protesters arrested by local police in Portland. Face federal charges, which generally carry stiffer penalties.

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Supreme Court allows census count to end October 31

AM Tampa Bay

00:33 sec | Last month

Supreme Court allows census count to end October 31

"As a victory for President Trump and Republicans. As the census has been shut down, the U. S. Supreme Court has effectively stopped with once a decade head count of every U. S resident from continuing through the end of October, the Trump Administration had asked the nation's high court to suspend a district court's order permitting. The 2020 cents is to continue. Through the end of the month. While the decision was unsigned, Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor registered her descent writing meeting. The deadline at the expense of the accuracy of the senses is not accost worth paying. In

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"u s district court" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Radio. Joe Biden is asking the Senate to let the people decide before they vote on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee. The Democratic candidate says the president is using his pick as ah, loophole to strike down the affordable care act. American people understand the urgency of this moment there already voting in droves. Because they know their healthcare hangs in the balance. Now the court will hear arguments on Obama on Obamacare case on November 10th President Trump is urging the Senate to take quick action. President Trump went before microphones on Sunday to support his Supreme Court nominee, Appeals court Judge Amy Cockney barrel She's one of our nation's most brilliant legal minds, and you think she'll do very well. We're moving along very quickly. Tremendous unity in the Republican Party. It's the consequence of winning elections, which we did for substantially. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham plans to begin confirmation hearings for Judge Barrett on October 12th with Democrats planning to fight it, but without the votes to block it. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington Philadelphia Police are asking for the public's help in finding a one month old missing baby, police say James Brown was last seen on Thursday, September 24th on Spruce Street in West Philly. According to authorities. The baby was last seen by his father, James Garrett. Police say he is not being cooperative with officers on the whereabouts of the baby. Investigators asked anyone with information to please contact police A federal judge has postponed the Trump Administration order that would have banned the popular video sharing APP tic TAC from US smartphone APP stores around midnight Amore comprehensive ban remained scheduled for November, about a week after the presidential election. The judge in the U. S District Court in the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia did not postpone that ban. The ruling followed an emergency hearing Sunday morning in which lawyers or TIC TAC argued that the administration's APP store band would infringe on First Amendment rights and do irreparable harm to the business. It's 509. We have long term construction on the school. Cool right now. We'll get an update that from Sam in just a moment. What's happening? Why Atlantis as the world changes depend on K one dumb of you. News radio. We have.

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"u s district court" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:11 min | 3 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"That's 806 097204 Start building your credit today again 806 097204 The acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf in the state of the homeland speech ranked the civil unrest in downtown Portland, Oregon, as among the top threats facing the country, along with the pandemic, election interference and drug trafficking along the border with Mexico, he said. Donahue has Mohr Wolf says civil unrest and the Corona virus are the top threats facing the country. Some politicians and media figures brazenly characterized the extreme violence in Portland and other cities around the country. Mostly peaceful, Wolf says people have a right to free speech. But that only goes so far. Those who seek to undermine our democratic institutions indiscriminately, destroy our businesses and attack our law enforcement officers and fellow citizens. Are a threat to the homeland, and that threat involves all types of extremism, whether by white supremacists, extremists or anarchist extremists. Wolf dismissed critics as a vocal and ill informed minority and Donahue, Washington. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News The Senate has confirmed Brent Ludwig to serve on the U. S District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. Ludwig currently serves as a judge on the U. S bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. He had a little trouble getting past his final hurdle in the Senate. On this vote, the ayes or 91, the nays are five. The nominations confirms Ludwig now becomes 147 Trump nominee added to the U. S. District Court more to follow this week with form or nominees up for a vote. Jordan leader Mitch McConnell, vowing to confirm all Trump nominees by the end of the year. Capitol Hill correspondent Bob Agnew reporting to groups allied with the militant Hezbollah group of denounced US sanctions against two of their senior members, saying such a move will not make them change their stance. Wednesday's announcement by the she ate a mall group and the Christian Murata movement. Comma day after US Treasuries, officials sanction two of their top officials, saying they provided material support to Hezbollah and engaged in corruption. More on these stories, a townhall dot com Previously on travel planners. The perfect road trip through the Midwest Now's a good time to visit the ham, Lincoln Presidential Library music. We're totally agree, and there is a great gift shop there. We bought several books in coloring books for the younger kids in the family and even a pair of socks with Abraham Lincoln's face on because I always give as a gag gift. I give my nephew a pair of socks for Christmas. Speaking of kids, there's something for them to what I love about the water coasters the height limits. It'll, but lower if he's got an adult with you so kind, younger kids can ride their not quite a fax of the regular rollercoaster, and they're just a ton of fun. Do you have barf bags with those? Just just so we have trash cans everywhere were parts of the world trash cans everywhere. Travel planners radio show with Kevin and soon McCarthy. Saturday afternoons from 4 to 6 on Chicago's Smart top. Sheridan Till Ian.

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"u s district court" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on KTRH

"Well, the dress code of the Barber's Hill, I SD is discriminatory. That's according to a court ruling. The Andre Arnold, a former student at Barbara's Hill High School, was suspended in a senior year over the length of his dreadlocks. Arnold and his family sued the district claiming racial and sexual discrimination as well as other violations. After three days of hearings in July, a U. S District court judge ruled and Arnold's favor all the Democratic National Convention continues for the third night in a row Wednesday, former President Barack Obama expressing his support for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the head of the 2020 election tonight, I'm asking you to believe In Joe and Camel is ability to lead this country out of these dark times and build it back better. Kamala Harris also made some history Wednesday night, becoming the first African American female vice presidential candidate of any major U. S political party. Meantime, President Trump held the White House news conference Wednesday, where he gave an update on the recovery from the Corona virus pandemic in our path forward, we will continue to follow a science based approach. Protecting the high risk well. Enabling healthy Americans to safely go backto work in school. Our country will We open. Our country is getting open quickly. Our stock markets are almost back to where they were prior to the China virus disaster coming in president also noted that the Koven 19 mortality rate in the U. S is far lower than in Europe. Katya Rates News Time is 12 03. Apple is the world's 1st $2 trillion company. We're used to the booze and isles when the tech giant introduces something shiny and expensive. Apparently that's paid off their market cap Reached $2 trillion today. It's stock's been on a roll since the company announced Ah, four for one stock split. Those bullets were common 20 years ago but have fallen out of favor. Although it doesn't change the value of anybody's portfolio, doing a split will cut Apple's stock price to 25%. And of its current value. It'll allow Mohr investors to get in it a price point they can afford. That was Michael Kastner, reporting all the Houston Astros were looking for Lucky number seven last night and Denver's they continue their serious with Rocky's Carlos Correa helped break in early tie in the fifth inning. That's hammer down the left field line hooking If it stays fair,.

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"u s district court" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hey, how about this, folks? There's a lawsuit a lawsuit filed U. S District Court. Seattle alleges that wouldn't be. Protesters are prevented from demonstrating because the cost of protecting themselves from police it too high. The cost of protest gear violates their civil rights. You ever heard of such nonsense? The cost of protest gear violates Seattle protestor civil rights, and now they're suing. And with the way the left runs a court system out there. How do you think this suit is going to turn out? They're probably going to be awarded what they want. Donner's grove, Illinois. Pat Glad you waited. Hi. Oh, hi. Rushes in honor of prayer without you. Thank you very much. Now. You were talking about the school earlier. And I am so sick of all these spoiled pampered teachers and administrators, Man I area You know, I'm a 65 year old nurse. We have worked since Cove it hits And I keep working because I can't afford not to. And I don't get it that schools aren't essential to Children. And if if they're not going to open the school, they need to stop paying the teachers. Have you seen the teachers in Chicago are demanding that history not be totally more than change. They want to change in the curriculum. Yeah, it makes me sick, but they need to stop paying these teachers if they're not going to be a classroom because you know, they hardly learned anything in the Chicago schools, and they sure shouldn't iron couldn't be learning anything when they're going from home. And you know they This has just gotten so out of control and what it's doing to the Children. I mean, I've seen first hand what it does to Children the isolation than not being able to participate with friends. The In his fossil. It's awful, and I I'm just so sick of these teachers thinking they're so special, you know, teachers can retired in Illinois and get like 75 80% of their salary. One there. 55. Yeah, No, no, That's that's why Illinois is in the red. That's one of the reasons I've got a pension problem out the wazoo that they've got unfunded pension liabilities. Wait, Let me just find out that hadn't any money to pay him 75 or 80% But and I'm just asking Trump not to give in. Do not bail out. These states do not be a well well, that's that's the Democrats are demanding a trillion dollars for state bailouts if they're going to agree for extending unemployment benefits or people there. That's that's That's one of the that's not blackmail. But you want it. It's one of the ways we're trying to hold everybody up by demanding the states like Illinois. Ah, Gonna get a bailout. But you're right. This is this is my point earlier that people I'm out of time. I just looked at the.

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"u s district court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Historic breakthrough that President Donald Trump said will facilitate peace in the Middle East. A spokesman for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said the deal amounts to treason and should be reversed. President Trump is hopeful that the Palestinians will eventually reach a peace agreement. I think Seeing some very exciting things and ultimately with the Palestinians. I think that's gonna be happening at some point. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Trump administration are nowhere near to making a deal in the next round of Corona virus relief, the two sides or at least $1 trillion apart in what is needed to overcome the ravages of the pandemic. Pelosi says the Republican proposal comes up woefully short unless they see the reality of what it means in the lives of the American people. What good is it for us to agree to something that has no Relationship to meeting the needs of the American people. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is calling for a nationwide mask mandate. Biden says that experts estimate that wearing mask could help save over 40,000 lives. In the next 90 days. Governor Andrew Cuomo was imposition of a two week quarantine order on people traveling to New York from states that have high levels of the Corona virus infection does not violate the constitution, according to a federal judge. U S District Court judge in Utica, New York, dismissed a lawsuit filed by an Arizona resident who claim Cuomo's June 24th executive order violated her constitutional right to travel freely within the U. S. Global News 24 hours a day on Erin on quick take by Bloomberg. Powered by more than 2700 journalists, and analysts had more than 120 countries. By Mark Mills. This is number.

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"u s district court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:29 min | 5 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Give them some business here all the time to don show sticker shock is here to stay yeah the trump administration has won a legal victory when a U. S. District Court decided against hospital groups that challenge new rules requiring them to disclose the prices they negotiate with insurers in those rates have long been considered trade secrets and critics of the new policy fear the ruling will further strain an already struggling hospital industry this may bill would be the the bigger than the health care itself is what the president tweeted out yeah the American hospital association they said they plan to appeal that decision they love to keep those things secret out of permit ProPublica review or do they ever now also when business news this morning the meat industry will completely be gone in fifteen years that's what Todd the CEO of impossible foods says now why it is said to be sure a very definition of you know talking about a book I guess that's what he's talking about but the founder and the chief executive of the meat substitute maker impossible foods Patrick brown he made that bold claim on CNBC's Jim Cramer show he said this is why I think people are increasingly aware of plant based products are going completely to replace animal based products in the food world with the next fifteen years so it's pretty interesting that's pretty bold statements what do you think cal's for a mill connected home he says that's our mission the transformation is an admirable he says it's gonna happen whether you like it or not impossible foods CEO Patrick brown now what there is to be fair way to go even though the the growth of the companies like impossible foods in the rival beyond meat's obviously they've been making some money over the past couple of years but according to the annual power of meat study animal based meat sales in the United States fifty billion dollars in twenty nineteen yeah compared to seven hundred and sixty million in the raw plant based rivals impossible foods yesterday signed a deal with Starbucks for their rights for their sausage sand which which by the way it's not sauce out at all but they're still calling his sausage sauteed Saint Augustine what do you think about fifteen years it's B. S. thanks mate replacing all that's not gonna happen it less they're talking about the restaurant industry you know really shrinking as well I don't know many people that'll get excited about going out in a let's go get a good good Saint Augustine Patty what is it who's in the mood if they get to college sausage you may never know yeah right that's right I mean I think that's awesome deceptive trade practicing right there well I have to advertise it's not sausage it's not a stake it's not meat it's it's it's plants need to look up the definition of sausages if the if if that word itself has hang do with meat or it has to do with a combination of various things all right got your hamburger by your hand that's not Hamburg but I yeah but I have to be truthful I have not tried one of these products I might try one wow it's it's it's it's surprisingly better than I thought it was going to be what's the texture like though I'm just like just like me it's really just like a hamburger just like a sausage Patty it feels the same way it tastes pretty close yeah and I think some people would love it but but if you think about it seventy five years ago that's not that long ago in the scheme of things seventy five years ago I bet eight out of ten people had died killed an animal for food sure and I bet if you had a hundred people in a room unit you would have a difficult time even in Texas finding ten people that have shot an animal for food so with that kind of transformation when it comes to hunting you know he may be right he may be right these climate changes may say you know what that's it's too dangerous to raise all those counts you know it's it it it destroys the planet he he may be on to something I don't know the steak house grown ten fifteen years ago no well they probably wouldn't be gone it would just be a fake steak bake stick thank steak yeah welcome to the fake steak house mmhm it is a six twenty one here on the turn it on the catcher so as you know governor Greg Abbott is hinting that there could be more restrictions down the road when it comes to flattening the curve in preventing the spread of the coronavirus the restaurant association is now calling on the governor make a state wide order two while wearing mask and all that stuff and I limit your social distancing that sort of thing they're they're demanding that the governor make this call we have to make sure they're sort of clear parameters around it not being a restaurant employees sort of duty to you know put themselves in.

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"u s district court" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:05 min | 7 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on KNSS

"Hosted a meeting earlier this afternoon with retail executives to discuss ways to distribute coronavirus test and medical supplies the president says he spoke with staff and territory governors prior to the meeting about the testing we just had a call with the governor's and I guess they were just about all of the call and it everybody was very happy and the testing is going really well and we're beating for doing more than anybody else probably some of your own that call even though you are supposed to be but I'm sure you were and the testing itself is going very well no complaints the president says over five million tests have been conducted in the US Kansas governor Laura Kelly announced over the weekend that her administration has reached an agreement with the two churches who filed a lawsuit over limiting religious gatherings campus churches filed a federal lawsuit in U. S. District Court in Kansas arguing that executive order twenty eighteen violated the first amendment as well as the Kansas preservation of religious freedom act under the agreement the two churches agreed to comply with safety protocols put in place by the court settlement comes less than a week before governor Kelly is expected to make a decision on whether or not to open the state back up or keep in place the mass gathering and disease mitigation restrictions today on Wall Street stocks ending the day up Wall Street kicks off the final week of the month sharply higher at the close the Dow gained three hundred fifty eight points and higher for four days in a row haven't seen that since February sixth the nasdaq up ninety five points and the S. and P. five hundred adding forty one hopes that the easing of state lockdowns will get the economy moving again overshadowed another steep loss for oil prices financial leading the way investors pulling out of bonds and piling back into stocks and many companies hard hit during the virus including casinos and retail so their stock prices come back today bed bath and beyond up twenty two percent as they say digital sales grew eighty five percent in April in New York Lawrence.

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"u s district court" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:47 min | 8 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To fans of filed suit in U. S. District Court in LA against Major League Baseball and its ticket resellers seeking refunds for tickets purchased for games not played due to the pandemic the suit seeks class action certification the twenty twenty season was schedule to start March twenty sixth no new date's been set most teams have advised fans to retain tickets and wait for a reschedule date the league is looking at scenarios of playing games without fans and possibly playing every game in Arizona bill Seward KFI news all right let's see seven celebrity current of Irish aiming for a second subway George Stephanopoulos who revealed that he had tested for covet nineteen is behaving I like this is being accused by a hacked off neighbor and lasting years tacked off to describe that in the Hamptons of not following social distancing guidelines so apparently this neighbor says that George Stephanopoulos went to a pharmacy to pick up a prescription when the pharmacy delivers and does curbside pickup also apparently he was seen out and about walking his dog and there's pictures of him talking on the phone he's wearing a mask but he's taking the mask off his face so it's just like around his neck he's talking on the phone they say he was spotted out on a golf course walking his dog I mean I guess you could say that on the walks he's practicing social distancing but if you take yourself into a pharmacy and you're known to have killed a nineteen somebody's going to say couldn't you have maybe had somebody else pick that up for you or had it delivered or at least on curbside and then in Tampa Florida this again to make Tom Brady haters happy Tampa Florida's made an example of quarterback Tom Brady the mayor says park staffers have been patrolling shut down parts to make sure people are following social distancing roles but what it workers saw a guy working out and said Hey buddy get your tickets out of here and then said hi Tom Brady still told him get it out of here the city's does Brady got off with a warning Tom and if you don't know what day it is because of quarantine don't you worry you are so not alone there's a scientific term for losing track of the days it's called temporal disintegration a psychologist and associate professor of nursing at university of California Irvine says it's a phenomenon in which people are unable to retain and organize information relating to time and their ability to do things in a sequential order it even makes it hard to remember what happened the day before and amid all this confusion people are turning to the computer for help many are googling the phrase what day is it and turning to Twitter to express that confusion as for how to get out of this slump experts suggest creating routines and video chatting with friends Gina grad KFI news I guess or my dad retired and he had temporal disintegration I think it might have been the happiest day of his of his life I remember on the phone I said something about you know whatever on Tuesday or something and he goes oh is it Saturday any goes I don't remember what day it is like grinning ear to ear like Hey look who doesn't care about what day it is anymore the good doesn't have to send it that set an alarm anymore I have temporal disintegration what well all right we get back we'll talk with the founder and CEO of fare compare dot com right sini every day it seems things are changing if you're either traveling right now you are looking to book travel right now and when it comes to airlines those routes that you used to fly may not be there when all of this ends.

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"u s district court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:04 min | 8 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on AP News

"When America's children return to school they may be eating healthier lunches again a federal court has thrown out the trump administration's rollback of higher school nutrition standards meaning white bread and processed food could be going back out the door the center for science in the public interest sued the government over changes to the 20 twelfth mood reforms pushed by then First Lady Michelle Obama requiring whole grain and lower salt foods in cafeterias the U. S. District Court ruled the department of agriculture didn't give adequate notice that it was lowering food standards which have already gone into effect this doesn't change school food distributions under way now during the pandemic which operate under different standards Jackie Quinn Washington

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"u s district court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:36 min | 8 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on AP News

"A federal court has thrown out the trump administration's rollback of higher school nutrition standards meaning white bread and processed food could be going back out the door the center for science in the public interest sued the government over changes to the 20 twelfth mood reforms pushed by then First Lady Michelle Obama requiring whole grain and lower salt foods in cafeterias the U. S. District Court ruled the department of agriculture didn't give adequate notice that it was lowering food standards which have already gone into effect this doesn't change school food distributions under way now during the pandemic which operate under different standards Jackie Quinn Washington

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"u s district court" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on WTVN

"She admitted that she wrote a message is stuck in a school bathroom mirror the message there's a rapist in our school and you'll know who it is well people didn't know who it was the school rumor mill went into overdrive to school administrators conducted dozens of interviews to get to the bottom of it one boy whose name came up in the rumor mill stayed home for eight days out of fear for his safety nothing was ever proven about the identity of the alleged rapist or if there even was a rapist school administrators suspended this fifteen year old who started all of this for three days she went to court to block the suspension claiming she was just raising awareness about sexual assault you know lying and making up like journalists do last week a U. S. District Court judge granted her temporary restraining order he said that if the matter is litigated should probably win the judge said that he understands the school administrators perspective but they don't have carte blanc to tap down the students concerns about social justice so you can't yell fire in a crowded theater but you can yell rape in a crowded school you can put it on a mill as for those wrongly accused or smeared too bad no social justice for them besides their guys they're guilty anyway right taxis in can be a pain but it is worth it when you open.

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"u s district court" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"At Cape Elizabeth high in Portland Maine just won a free speech case she admitted that she wrote a message in stock in a school bathroom mirror the message there's a rapist in our school and you will know who it is well people didn't know who it was the school rumor mill went into overdrive to school administrators conducted dozens of interviews to get to the bottom of it one boy whose name came up in the rumor mill stayed home for eight days out of fear for his safety nothing was ever proven about the identity of the alleged rapist or if there even was a rapist school administrators suspended this fifteen year old who started all of this for three days she went to court to block the suspension claiming she was just raising awareness about sexual assault you know lying and making up like journalists do last week a U. S. District Court judge granted her temporary restraining order he said that if the matter is litigated should probably win the judge said that he understands the school administrators perspective but they don't have carte blanc to tap down the students concerns about social justice so you can't yell fire in a crowded theater but you can yell rape in a crowded school you can put it on a mill as for those wrongly accused or smeared too bad no social justice for them besides their guys they're guilty anyway right taxis in can be a pain but it is worth it when you open.

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"u s district court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"u s district court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A message is stuck in a school bathroom mirror the message there's a rapist in our school and you'll know who it is what people didn't know who it was the school rumor mill went into overdrive to school administrators conducted dozens of interviews to get to the bottom of it one boy whose name came up in the rumor mill stayed home for eight days out of fear for his safety nothing was ever proven about the identity of the alleged rapist or if there even was a rapist school administrators suspended this fifteen year old who started all of this for three days she went to court to block the suspension claiming she was just raising awareness about sexual assault you know lying and making up like journalists do last week a U. S. District Court judge granted her temporary restraining order he said that if the matter is litigated should probably win the judge said that he understands the school administrators perspective but they don't have carte blanc to tap down the students concerns about social justice so you can't yell fire in a crowded theater but you can yell rape in a crowded school you can put it on a Miller asked for those wrongly accused or smeared too bad no social justice for them besides their guys they're guilty anyway right taxis in can be a pain but it is worth it when you open.

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"u s district court" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"u s district court" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In the name get for QT death cab for Cutie isn't all rock band that formed in Washington in the late nineties bands from and then give her got the band's name from a song titled death cab for Cutie by the group Bonzo dog doo dah band the song in the peer into the Beatles film magical mystery tour in a recent interview he said any known to man would last for so many years he would have made their name something a little more obvious forty six people sitting in a war in jail this morning part of a major sex trafficking sting operation radio nine fifty is there six thousand mid size Ford said dance at potential breaking choose only covers it all sellers stood mute in U. S. District Court a not guilty plea entered in on his behalf it was a bit of panic for some students and staff today Bloomfield hills high school I want to leave the city of newsradio nine fifty WGA double digit instead of five forty eight it's time for traffic and weather together we kick it off the twenty four hour traffic Saturn here's Dennis do Bakir accident free dry things look up pretty good pavements in pretty halfway decent shape maybe a separate spot or two but with yesterday morning this is a heck of a lot better I don't see any major delays getting through customs at the international crises that out the airports were just check the parking looks good except for the green well a yellow light on the north side there of the the second one is that it is shut down all the other lights are off I get really busy though coming up over the next couple of days and with the mix of the weather coming up this weekend to should be very interesting so plan ahead if you're headed to the airport coming up this week investigations come to a close for a lot of folks right now problems all come across problems but let us know.

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"u s district court" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"u s district court" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Their Rick sellers in U. S. District Court comes ten months after federal agents raided his Taylor office and home and a vacation home in Jackson County the mayor accused in a thirty three count indictment of bribery and wire fraud for allegedly helping a developer obtain city owned properties that were tax for closed in exchange that developer shoddy a wad of realty transition provided free work on the mayor's home and vacation home according to authorities in addition to cash also charge as part of the indictment is Taylor community development manager Jeffrey bomb a not guilty plea entered in on his behalf mayor solid was released on a ten thousand dollar personal bond in Detroit John Hewitt WWJ newsradio nine fifty controversy over remarks during Wednesday night's speech in battle creek as president trump mention congresswoman Debbie Dingell in our late husband congressman John Dingell here with the story is double double Jay's Charlie liked him president trump relating a story about how Debbie Dingell called him to thank him for the service for her late husband John Dingell but he said this this is the best thing that's ever happened thank you so much John would be so thrilled he's looking down a piece thank you so much Sir I said that's okay don't worry about it babies looking up congressman Debbie Dingell should the president apologize you know I was kind of speechless I guess is the best thing to say I would never attack his family members I'm just not going to criticize it he took a shot I'm gonna keep doing my job for the people of Michigan Charlie Langton W. J. newsradio nine fifty meanwhile in a press conference held yesterday speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi called on people to pray for the president let us pray I just pray for the president the president clearly as insecure when it comes to states persons think of what he said about John McCain and his supporters just overlook that John McCain now John Dingell WSJ news time two thirty four in the effort to stem the rising tide of youth vaping congress' raise the minimum age to buy tobacco in E. cigarettes from eighteen to twenty one it was passed by the Senate as part of a wider budget bill Dr Stanton Glantz a professor of medicine at the university of California San Francisco says the biggest impact will be how tobacco in vaping products can be marketed is as current marketing geared towards eighteen year olds can also grab the pre teens and all that will be more difficult if the what minimum age the tobacco companies can legally sell to list twenty one is much harder for them to do marketing the judge directed a twenty one year olds and pick up twelve year olds at the same time the law is set to take effect next year the death of a jail inmate has prompted legal action against the sheriff's department in the Deep South CBS news correspondent Jim crow solo with more a wrongful death lawsuit against the Jackson County Mississippi sheriff's department claims a diabetic inmate died while pleading for insulin from guards and medical personnel who ignored her thirty eight year old should the Arnold was found dead on the floor of a jail cell in September of last year just two days after being arrested she was charged with violating her protective order against her former common law husband Jim chrysalis CBS news at least one person was killed one other person is still missing after an explosion and fire destroyed several row homes in South Philadelphia three row houses collapsed into other sustained heavy damage Philadelphia fire commissioner Adam feels as firefighters raced into a fully collapse building that was on fire to try and rescue somebody but they were unable to reach the victim is holding out hope the death toll stays at one but he says it's hard to nail down if everyone is accounted for even counted now we've talked to the families and everybody in the affected buildings but there still is the possibility that somebody was walking down south eighth street and.

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"u s district court" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"u s district court" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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