17 Burst results for "Uranium Mining"

"uranium mining" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"I just want to say one thing that would be affirmation from all of us over here in the indian country you know. That was a very very important step for the biden administration. Ihnen people know how to take care of this land deb hall comes from aguna pueblo. Which has one of the largest uranium mining histories in this country. And i just wanna really With the anaconda uranium minded stored so much of their territory. Really grateful for this this new decision that we're going to have a lot of work to do to undo what the trump administration has done. We are really really grateful that the biden administration has taken these. And can you talk about what deb haaland stands for the. She is a congressman from new mexico. She talked immediately about sustainable development and what the interior department does will the interior department is kind of like the great white father indian people until minds and indians are both in the same department in. And what's happened. Is that the interior department and the federal government has basically given away so much of that of that land water and resources of the country under the trump administration in previous administrations. And so know. Let's just say the public lands. Native land should be protected for the public of the natives not necessarily mining corp.'s. Deb's history here with the vision that she and other leaders have had an in in washington with just transition in the greenie. Deal is exactly what we need in this country. We don't need any more fossil fuels. We're not we're done. What we need is the vision and and a just resolution and who is run the interior department. Before i mean what have been the policies before. And what are the pressure. Show be under talked about. Joe biden's cabinet being largely still from corporate establishment america and certainly deb jalan comes from a very different place. Yeah i mean. I'm sure that dead can stand up to the challenges and she'll have a lot of support i mean. I think that we should be done with. According corporate heads to run parts of government. They have enough influence already. And so in this moment in time you have vast territories of of of labs that she is going to be able to to look at and really a provide some redress from what the trump administration has done basically deconstructing any environmental regulations. We had in any protection of public lands that we had you know so significant prior to this you know all males you know in this position and so we're really grateful that the that the new administration has seen the merits of the championship of the environment. That that's an enigmatic people. Have someone like like hell. So that leaves ourselves here anita opinion in our thoughts on the possibility of congresswoman. Helen turn to add another first to her credit. That of a secretary.

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"uranium mining" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"Became nationalized right. It became less about the candidates worked for the district and more about the republicans ability to demonize frame. The election is a choice between Congressional democrats particularly use us. You see that with chuck schumer and nancy pelosi and then Aoc in the squad. And so that's one certainly and it's it's a district that is Oil and gas is a is a big deal down there and so when you can demonize the candidate As supporting the green new deal even though she didn't It makes up for a real steep climb. I will note that she socially her first time around ran on a very strong. Defend your public lands platform. And from what i could tell that messaging fell off this time around certainly didn't see quite as much i mean. She's been a strong defender of a great national monument there organ mountains desert peaks and that means a lot to the local community. There so again to curtis's point. I think we have a lot of learning to do and going through the results but Certainly an interesting result. All right let's head over to arizona which is suddenly looking a whole lot more like new mexico and colorado politically then. It was even for years ago Mark kelly made a big deal during his campaign about protecting the grand canyon from uranium mining. He campaigned hard on the need to address climate change. That obviously was a big contrast from martha mcsally who Now has the honor of being a senator to have lost twice while she keeps getting kepting pointed to this position Jenn what's the lesson out of arizona right now and do this a permanent political in in the state aired. It certainly seems like it. And i am just stunned. That martha sally Blue this opportunity. I mean here. Two years ago she was appointed to fill the seat of of legendary senator. John mccain and i think she really blew an opportunity To be a champion for public lands to to really focus on the fact that voters in arizona don't want uranium mining around the grand canyon. They wanna protect the grand canyon from uranium mining and You know she really missed the mark when it came to Tapping into the we're voters are on public lands on conservation of climate change. It certainly seems to me that this could be shift in arizona. I think we've talked about the population. Senator centers like phoenix maricopa county turning bluer and then Yet a large You vote out of the native american population in arizona in that vote from what we can tell was exceptionally lopsided. I'm looking around for comparisons haven't found any previous elections. But there's a piece in high country news. This week noting that there were some some navajo precincts went ninety ten for biden some to hana autumn precincts near the border that went ninety. Eight percent biden Jesse it seems like this is a pretty strong repudiation of the trump administration's approach to indian country. It it certainly is in. You're right the turnout was exceptional. Another really interesting article to read it in the washington post about horseback rides to the polls on the nomination so just exceptional effort to get out. You know this administration headed pretty egregious. Track record rolling back bears national monument a pretty awful response to the coronavirus when it comes to tribes and obviously when it comes to the nation in blasting through their sacred homelands for a border wall. So yeah yeah. It's a clear stark result. All right so. How does all of this play out next january. What s each of you. What do you hope. President elect biden takes on i in the west with the knowledge that obviously his plate is full and the covid epidemic is only going to get worse over the next ten weeks. I'll agenda i there i think certainly Symbolically and this is beyond symbolic but You know i would really like to see The biden harris administration restore the boundaries of bears ears in grand staircase galante national monument and lay the groundwork for his plan to protect three percent of lands and waters by twenty thirty. Curtis i think Really undoing All of the executive orders that the trump administration has done In a assault on our public lands and waters desi. Well kinda cheat here and give you two things one. I am really excited about the opportunity to make our public lands part of the climate solution instead of part of the trial in right now about a quarter of our greenhouse gas emissions come from fossil fuels taken from lands. And so as part of that. I think a really interesting Path forward would be to reform the bureau of land management. I mean this is agency that manages a tenth of the country And historically has been you know the bureau of livestock and mining. And i think we have a chance. The administration has a chance to Have a ford thinking view of how. How should we manage. These vast stretches of public lands for all americans and for our future. I'm gonna put you on the spot for more specifics there. What does a shift in priorities at look like and can that be done at the agency level or does congress have to step in sure so right now the the assumption is from these top political appointees in the land. Managers that If you got public land out there it's available for drilling and mining and that's easy. I think we need to put more priority on conservation. Really talk to folks in local communities about what they wanna see for the coming generations and not necessarily have a default position that are public lands are for drilling and mining. We're not gonna do the final balance of power in the senate until january. Thanks to those two runoffs in georgia regardless of what happens there it's going to be closely divided. Gendi think congress can get anything done it lands or will the next two years. Now be all about rulemakings in executives.

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"uranium mining" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Has responded. Obviously there was a lot of reports about the the state invoking the riot control. Act AND CEILING OFF Gallup. You talk about both the state response and the tribal government response especially in view of what we've been seeing the relative inaction at the federal level on this disease. Yeah I think that the incredible resourcefulness and resilience of the people is is totally apparent when we come here We actually met with President Nes- the Navajo President With Dr in he's really been on the forefront of Of having people shelter in place and and really you know like doctor. Tom was saying when you're trying to shelter in place than you live with eight or ten people and this expansive definition of family where the community is so connected. You're going to have community spread and so that helped break. The Nation is not a lack of leadership. I think President Nez has been incredible Having these weekend lockdowns which is extremely difficult for the Navajo People. And is it really leading with wearing masks in public and so Doing all the right things. I think from the national sovereign level. And he's been very vocal to say that the federal response has been extremely so and that's what I've seen in you know in Chillier Zona. We have he'll fellows that are behavior. Health coaches that are not are usually not taking care of covert patients at this time. So they've taken over the cafeteria and are making P p. e. p. savell cafeteria has folks sewing. Pp So I think you see from the top of now the leadership to the citizens and Health professionals really leading an incredible response and the federal government has just been incredibly slow. And then obviously Gallup is a border town which is not under jurisdiction of the Navajo Government by it. It is a area where a lot of Navajo People come to get groceries. Come into town. And there's a lot of activity and it's the second highest caseload of new cases in the country in the last two weeks and now I'm here. I'm going to go on shift leader today. And the GAL providers have just said Earlier last week they said you know. I don't think we need you and this week. They're saying we're getting exhausted. the surges is just coming in coming and there's more and more patients and we need you to tell about inducing shifts so and. I think the new Mexican government has been strong and really you know almost following the lead that the Navajo President has put in place and finally Dr Michele Tom. We have thirty seconds. What you feel. The rest of the country should understand especially with compromised healthcare in general in the area Do Poverty due to uranium mining and how that compromises the health of so many people. Yes it's just access just funding and kind of made our our work harder but like you know Dr Sri said we're coming together as community. I'm proud of our nation product. The facilities I work for and Yeah just getting the public health. Newsouth there of just washing hands social distancing maybe hand sanitizer and really just listening to our leaders right now in healthcare professionals. We WanNa thank you so much Dr Michele. Tom speaking to us from in winslow Arizona Navajo Nation family physician one of the few Navajo doctors on the reservation. And Dr Shirley I'm Shaima Asunder you professor of Medicine University of California San Francisco has led a group of doctors and nurses to Navajo nation. has been doing that since two thousand fifteen and in Gallup New Mexico right now which is under lockdown when we come back the pandemic imprisons we go to one person in Ohio where eighty percent of the prisoners tested positive. Half the staff. We'll go to Maryanne and we'll talk about prison. Abolition.

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"uranium mining" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The funniest centrist Democrats convinced of their constituents had no appetite for radical change the plans are expensive and getting the budgets approved will be her Killeen R. Kelly an effort a better course of action we here would be to advance climate policies that appeal to many other white like a shift from cold a nuclear power or small tax on carbon the returns the revenues as a dividend to every citizen the main trouble with these incremental approaches is that they simply won't get the job done in order to win support from Republicans soaked in fossil fuel money the price on carbon would be too low to make much of an impact nuclear power is expensive and slow to rollout compared to the renewables and that's not to mention the risks associated with uranium mining and waste storage the truth is we cannot lower emissions as steeply as rapidly as required to serve off to swerve off our perilous trajectory without a sweeping industrial and infrastructure overhaul the good news is that the green new deal isn't nearly as impractical or unrealistic as many critics claim I made the case for why that is throughout the book what follows are nine more reasons they were green new deal as a fighting chance a chance they will increase every time we go out and make the case one it will be a massive job creator every part of the world that has invested heavily in renewables and if and yet efficiency as found these sectors to be much more powerful job creators and fossil fuels when your state made a commitment to get half as energy for manuals by twenty thirty immediately saw spike in job creation the accelerated timeline of the U. S. green you do all were turned into a jobs machine even without federal support indeed with active sabotage in the White House the green economy is already creating more jobs than oil and gas according to the twenty eighteen U. S. energy employment review jobs in wind solar energy efficiency and other clean energy sectors outnumbered fossil fuels by a rate of three to one this is happening because of a combination of state and municipal incentives and the plummeting costs of renewables a green new deal would take the and they would would take the industry supernova while ensuring that the jobs have salaries and benefits comparable to those offered in the oil and gas sector there's no shortage of research to support this for instance by twenty nineteen study on the job impacts of a green new deal sell program in the state of Colorado found that many more jobs would be created than lost the study published by the department of economics and political economy research institute at the university of Massachusetts Amherst look at what it would take for the state to achieve a fifty percent reduction in emissions by twenty thirty it found the roughly five hundred eighty five non management jobs to be lost but that with an investment of fourteen and a half a billion dollars a year in clean energy quote Colorado will generate about a hundred thousand jobs per year in the state there are many more studies was similarly striking findings a plan for forward by the U. S. blue green alliance a body that brings together the unions and environmentalists estimated that a forty billion dollar annual investment public transit the high speed rail for six years would produce more than three and a half million jobs during that period and according to their I report from the European transport worker fetter workers federation comprehensive policies to reduce emissions in the transport sector by eighty percent we create seven million new jobs across the continent all other five million clean energy jobs in Europe with slash electricity emissions by ninety percent number two paying for it will create a fairer economy as the twenty eighteen IPCC report on keeping warring below one and a half degrees Celsius made clear if we don't take transformative action to lower emissions the cost will be astronomical the panel's estimate is that by is that the economic damages of allowing temperatures increase by two degrees Celsius as opposed to one and a half would hit sixty nine trillion dollars globally Chris rolling out a green new deal would have large classes well in the plan's advocates appointed to a variety of ways this can be financed Alexander because your course has has said that the US version should be financed the way any previous emergency spending has been by the US Congress simply authorizing the funds back stop by the treasury the world's currency of last resort according to a new consensus the the think tank closely associated with their policy proposals because quote the green new deal will produce new goods and services to keep pace with that absorb new expenditures there is no more reason to let fear about financing all progress and there is and there was to let it all wars for tax cuts and quote the European spring proposal for green you deal meanwhile calls for a global minimum corporate tax rate to capture the tax revenue that the apples and googles of the world currently Dodge with trans national schemes it also calls for reversal of monetary orthodoxy with public investment floating green bonds supported by central banks quote to address the true existential threat that we face today we must reverse the economic policies that brought us to this prank austerity means extension and quote some analysis and some analysts like Christian Parenti and emphasize the federal government's can drive the transition with their purchasing powers policies in short there are all kinds of ways to raise financing including ways that attack untenable levels of wealth concentration and shift the burden of those most responsible for climate pollution and it's not hard to figure out who that is we know thanks to research on the climate accountable ability institute but a whopping seventy one percent of greenhouse gas emissions since eighty nineteen eighty eight can.

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"uranium mining" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Uranium mining companies and nuclear power plant operators are hoping for a bailout in the name of national security president trump scheduled to receive recommendations tomorrow from a federal task force studying ways to revive domestic uranium mining the nuclear energy institute representing uranium mine companies has asked the task force for tax breaks and other financial support the industry's lag amidst global competition and low uranium ore prices is lobbyists argue creating uranium or demand is essential for American national security but environmental groups say nuclear power and uranium mining industries are trying to exploit national security issues to benefit from taxpayer money trump last summer rejected an industry request that U. S. uranium ore users rely on domestic production for twenty five percent of their supply a demonstration in Rapid City South Dakota this week to stop the keystone XL pipeline as environmental and federal attorneys prepare for a hearing any Montana court next week where a judge will consider an injunction stopping construction of the project Victoria weeks reports from Rapid City Nick Tilson had south Indian collective headquartered in Rapid City he says rallies bring attention to the cause and work hand in hand with legal battles fought in court rooms and.

"uranium mining" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Real he will work climate change do nine Republicans were swept out of power it was silly plenty a centrist Democrats convinced that their constituents had no appetite for radical change the plans are expensive and getting the budgets approved will be her killing our Killian effort a better course of action we here would be to advance climate policies that appeal to many other white like a shift from cold a nuclear power or small tax on carbon the returns the revenues as a dividend to every citizen main trouble with these incremental approaches is that they simply won't get the job done in order to win support from Republicans soaked in fossil fuel money the price on carbon would be too low to make much of an impact nuclear power is expensive and slow to rollout compared to the renewables and that's not to mention the risks associated with uranium mining and waste storage the truth is we cannot lower emissions as steeply as rapidly as required to serve off to swerve off our perilous trajectory without a sweeping industrial and infrastructure overhaul the good news is that the green new deal isn't nearly as impractical or unrealistic as its many critics claim I made the case for why that is throughout the book what follows are nine more reasons they were green new deal as a fighting chance a chance the will increase every time we go out and make the case one it will be a massive job creator every part of the world that has invested heavily in renewables and if and yet efficiency as found these sectors to be much more powerful job creators and fossil fuels when your state made a commitment to get half its energy for manuals by twenty thirty immediately saw spike in job creation the accelerated timeline of the U. S. green you deal turn it into a jobs machine even without federal support indeed with active sabotage in the White House the green economy is already creating more jobs than oil and gas according to the twenty eighteen U. S. energy employment review jobs in wind solar energy efficiency and other clean energy sectors outnumbered fossil fuels by a rate of three to one this is happening because of a combination of state and municipal incentives and the plummeting costs of renewables a green new deal would take the and it would would take the industry supernova all insuring that the jobs have salaries and benefits comparable to those offered in the oil and gas sector there's no shortage of research to support this for instance by twenty nineteen study on the job impacts of a green new deal sell program in the state of Colorado found that many more jobs would be created than lost the study published by the department of economics and political economy research institute at the university of Massachusetts Amherst look at what it would take for the state to achieve a fifty percent reduction in emissions by twenty thirty it found the roughly five hundred eighty five non management jobs to be lost but that with an investment of fourteen and a half a billion dollars a year in clean energy quote Colorado will generate about a hundred thousand jobs per year in the state there are many more studies was similarly striking findings a plan for a forward by the U. S. blue green alliance a body that brings together the unions and environmentalists estimated that a forty billion dollar annual investment public transit the high speed rail for six years would produce more than three and a half million jobs during that period and according to their I report from the European transport worker fetter that workers federation comprehensive policies to reduce emissions in the transport sector by eighty percent we create seven million new jobs across the continent all other five million clean energy jobs in Europe with slash electricity emissions by ninety percent number two paying for it will create a fairer economy as the twenty eighteen IPCC report on keeping Warren below one and a half degrees Celsius made clear if we don't take transformative action to lower missions the cost will be astronomical the panel's estimate is that by is that the economic damages of allowing temperatures to increase by two degrees Celsius as opposed to one and a half would hit sixty nine trillion dollars globally Chris rolling out a green new deal would have large classes well in the plan's advocates appointed to a variety of ways this can be financed Alexander because your course has has said that the US version should be financed the way any previous emergency spending has been by the US Congress simply authorizing the funds back stop by the treasury the world's currency of last resort according to a new consensus the the think tank closely associated with their policy proposals because quote the green new deal will produce new goods and services to keep pace with that absorb new expenditures there is no more reason to let fear about financing all progress and there is and there was to let it all wars for tax cuts and quote the European spring proposal for green you deal meanwhile calls for a global minimum corporate tax rate to capture the tax revenue that the apples and googles of the world currently Dodge with trans national schemes it also calls for reversal of monetary orthodoxy with public investment floating green bonds supported by central banks quote to address the true existential threat that we face today we must reverse the economic policies that brought us to this brink austerity means extension and quote some analysis and some analysts like Christian Parenti and emphasize the federal government's can drive the transition with their purchasing powers policies in short there are all kinds of ways to raise financing including ways that attack untenable levels of wealth concentration and shift the burden of those most responsible for climate pollution and it's not hard to figure out who that is we know thanks to researching the climate accountable ability institute but a whopping seventy one percent of greenhouse gas emissions since eighty eight nineteen eighty eight can.

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"uranium mining" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

13:33 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"I think the word diversification that's been thrown around by everybody else is true in the in the energy sector as well. I think the best example of what commissioner was just talking about is the coal industry which powered everything for the longest time and now because of market forces is no longer a viable option now. There'll be plenty of people who say policies are regulation but if you really look at it it's market forces wishes that are driving coal out of business. Something has to sort of take that place and New Mexico is blessed with wind and sunshine and we can we can diversify that economy with oil and gas can be there. There's a role for it but there's there's. There's there's also a role for oil and gas or I'm sorry for wind and solar so then commissioner obviously is complicated because New Mexico's land office revenue this year is projected to exceed you're a billion dollars and that is very significant when it comes to public education so how then if this is the last boom. How do you diversify the state's revenue for the next bust so the time mm-hmm is now for us to really start to take a look at what that what those models look like so looking at how we can generate revenue not only from kilowatts of renewable energy that are generated cheated on state trust land but how how can we take credit for the sale of those kilowatts as well? How can we diversify? I talked about eco-tourism. I think everyone here and listening who has been to New Mexico knows about our very natural beauty beauty. Every time we go to a piece of state trust land we have one of our staffer says anywhere else this would be a national park anywhere else. This would be a state park. I mean we have pristine land here in New Mexico that we could take advantage of and the final thing really all say is legalization. We actually are starting the way in creating an avenue to grow hemp on State Trust Land and I think that if the state legislature legalizes marijuana in the next a few years then that will be a great revenue generation opportunity on state trust land as well boy if you think that the fights between New Mexico and Colorado chilies are fun just wait for the fights between New Mexico and Colorado Pot and Aaron. It's it's chilly chilly chilly not dangerous ground. I'm treading on here. Paul's we're talking about tourism and ecotourism and archaeological tourism. How do you as a working archaeologist? Take like a place that is obviously valuable from an from an educational perspective from an archaeological perspective but also to potentially from a tourism perspective and both protect it while also opening it up in a way that is also beneficial to to an economy. That's the million dollar question in my field surely because as people learn about more sites and of course with the Internet and people uploading coordinates all the time we have a real issue at this point. I've been to sites that I visited for thirty years and then to those in the last five years and seen evidence of digging and loading or and or to start effects disappearance so this is something that we really have to think very hard about how to manage the unfortunate thing is we look at our national park system in particular is the parks are seeing more visitation as things have picked up and they're actually having staff cut at the same time so we have to figure out how to fund our parks our national parks that are state parks you know and if we could open up state trust lands lands to tourism. I think that would be a huge benefit but we have to do that responsibly. We have to have systems in place and one of the things we're blessed with Mexico Colorado as well as as a site watch so stummer protection system where volunteers go out and they check archaeological logical sites at historic sites every couple of months to see if there are any damages their impacts any looting and this of course is a volunteer system and it works pretty well. We desperately need more funding at all these levels so that when sites are opened picked up and we can actually monitor what goes on you know if we create a new national park or a state park then we have to have the money in the personnel in place to manage that properly so then when it comes to tourism on state trust land this. This sounds like a bit of what's been going on at the Bureau of Land Management over the last thirty years as B._L._M.. Went from just the bureau of Leasing and mining is it's been occasionally derogatorily referred to to to an agency agency that also oversees national monuments how does that work on on the state level then if you are opening up state trust lands and treating them at least somewhat similarly to the way you treat state parks so <hes> it's very similar to actually what what Phil just described it needs to be an implementation that is very thoughtful. We had to have to ensure that. We have the resources to protect the areas that we are offering for wreck access some examples that come to mind the lower mountains down in the Sikora area gorgeous pristine places for people to hike and Camp Glam P- we he had a company actually come to US asking for State Trust Land Access for lamping glamour yeah up in the white peak area for those of you who are familiar with northern New Mexico that is you know traditional hunting fishing and camping ground hiking ground for a lot of northern new Mexicans and Johnson Mesa area up in northeast New Mexico so we have really a rollout that includes a timeline resources necessary partnerships with our grazing lessees so that we ensure that this exact thing that was mentioned protection while at the same time providing access. I want to change gears for a second and talk about uranium last week. President trump did not do it. Some people expected and actually set quotas for domestic uranium production but he did announce a working group to develop recommendations for expanding domestic uranium production new New Mexico obviously has a very complicated history with uranium mining and especially the damage that has caused two tribes over the decades todd. I'm curious how your office is reacting eating or preparing or dealing with the prospect of a an attempted uranium renaissance in the four corners region so again I have to start out with this is predominantly a federal official when it comes to uranium mining but we do have a role in financial assurance on those minds and in the big role that we have in our mining minerals department is the reclamation of those minds and those two things go hand in hand assuring insuring that there's enough financial insurance to properly complete and close a uranium mine is fundamental to this process to the ability to obtain a mining permit and so we are looking at sort of what those levels are and how that works so that we don't have the open tailing pits that we have right now if you go out to your neck of the woods woods are Paul to Gallup so that so that we're not you know so that we don't have a another track or something that looks like pitcher Oklahoma. We WanNa make sure that anyone that comes in into mine. Uranium has enough financial backing to actually complete the project and that is fully close and protect sites and I understand you're also the tribal liaison at the department parliament. Tell us about your efforts to work with the tribes on energy and extraction issues how how does that overlap when you're talking about these government to government relations on both the federal and state and tribal tribal levels. How does that all interact so the reason I was I was asked to be the tribal liaison was because our secretary believed that it should be someone high in the in the agency who could speak for the agency from time to time and who could work with these tribes on these issues the renewable energy when I go out and and talk to the tribes about solar and wind they're all in they want to be involved? They believe they have a role to play and I believe they have a role. Apply and the agency does well when it comes to uranium. That's a different story. There's a lot of long wounds there some scars that betrayal right that that no one wants to talk about uranium except stopping it and you know that's it's a more delicate conversation then certainly the renewable energy conversation as I understand that the governor of this great state is currently on a road trip across the state this week she is highlighting outdoor recreation and tourism opportunities and during the last legislative session one of the the big legislative winds was establishing a division of outdoor recreation creation which is huge but also the same time the first ever equity fund when it comes to outdoor recreation so commissioner how important is that fund and how important is outdoor recreation to Mexico's economy relative to extractive industries. I'm so glad you asked me about the outdoor Equity Fund because I meant to mention it when I was talking about eco-tourism so my office actually really worked with the bill sponsor representative Rubio from down South and because we have state trust land that families have enjoyed for generations it was a <music> very natural nexus for state for the State Land Office to get involved in the outdoor Equity Fund advocacy so essentially what it means is that we are going to prioritize through resources and funding access access to our pristine beautiful natural open and public spaces for traditionally non represented groups hoops that that and most essentially youth who don't don't normally get access to these places. We already have a number of industry groups on board such as Patagonia R._e._I.. Who have pledged funds for this outdoor? Equity Fund Representative Rubio really pounded the pavement in in getting national support for this first ever equity fund and we're just really happy that the land office can can partner in ensuring that our state trust land. Dan is accessible to traditionally unrepresented hikers Campers Fish Fishermen and women and so the other question you asked the relative the impact of of recreation compared to expect industries and how big they are so the the economic impact of ecotourism and outdoor recreation in New Mexico is not anywhere are near what it should be it can exponentially grow it will never match the revenue from oil and gas but it can be one of the the quivers in our <hes> feathers in our quiver for diversifying as we've been speaking about and I think it's important to add to their that there's a difference between talking about state revenue. We're obviously that's important because that's money that goes straight to schools schools but then also looking at broad G._D._p.. Impact where there aren't may not be as many state revenue impacts but center for American progress had a report showing nationwide outdoor recreation contributes more art G._D._p.. Overall than oil gas and mining so as you think about you know what does that look like. How do you convert those G._D._p.? Dollars also into into revenue dollars is that something a legislature slate you will have to look at down the road as mcnew Mexico's economy transitions and open that any of you who want to feel it absolutely I think you know there's even a ripple effect in terms of the impact of spending on an outdoor recreation in the state. There's the the restaurants and hotels that folks spend at and so. I believe that that that truly has a a greater ripple impact can I can. I just piggyback on that. I think you know it's one thing to bring the hiker..

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"uranium mining" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Evan Haning. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting President, Donald Trump said the US will impose major new sanctions on Iran on Monday. This is days after he abruptly called off a plan for air strikes against Iran in retaliation for the shooting down of a US navy drone. The sanctions move was announced on Twitter. Bloomberg has learned to President Trump approved a cyber strike that disabled rainy in computer systems used to control rocket and missile launches this, in response to Iran's drone shootdown, the source says the cyber strikes were launched Thursday night by personnel with the US cyber command and were in the works for weeks, if not months, Bloomberg has learned to top officials in the Trump administration will attend Tuesday's regional economic investment summit in Bahrain, that's the first leg of a long awaited Middle East peace plan being led by president Donald Trump's son in line senior adviser, Jared Kushner today, the White House unveiled. Fifty billion dollar economic investment proposal to be the center piece of the Bahrain meeting and the peace plan Palestinian officials plan to skip the event. Invesco is shuffling investment managers overseeing seven of its fund strategies including fixed income, US, equities, and cash. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. The move follows the completion last month of the five point eight billion dollar acquisition of Oppenheimer funds. About thirty of the firms nine hundred fifty investment professionals are leaving including fixed income manager Krishna Mamani. This according to Greg mcgreevy senior managing director overseeing investments. They oversee about four percent of the post merger firms roughly one point two trillion dollars in assets. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg radio. Global news twenty four hours a day on air, and it ticked up on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Welcome to embark long. I'm June Grosso ahead in this hour. The supreme court ducks another gay wedding cake dispute. The Trump administration is trying something new with its environmental agenda following the rules Cuban exiles are suing multinational companies over property confiscated by the Castro regime. And when the tents Justice talks, the supreme court listens. The supreme court is entering the homestretch of its term. So those questions we've been pondering for some time. We'll all be answered by the end of next week. The court followed precedent this week in one major case that might have extended the impact of President Trump's pardon power. The justices left intact, the separate sovereigns doctrine. It's a decades old rule that limits, the scope of the constitutional ban on double jeopardy. Bloomberg supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr joins me so Greg tell us about that seven to two decision in gamble. The US this is, as you said, sort of an exception to the notion that the government can't prosecute you twice for the same underlying conduct. The supreme court has said for decades and really dating back to the nineteenth century, that it's okay to have multiple prosecutions if they're coming from different fabrics, namely the federal government and a state government that they both have the right to prosecute somebody for the. Conduct. And this case asked the supreme court to overturn those rulings and overturn the separate fabric doctrine when the court agreed to take up the case. There was some thought that they were pretty serious about thinking about doing that. As it turns out, it wasn't close as he said, it was a seven to two decision. The court reaffirmed the doctrine and essentially left the law as it's been for decades. I read that there were jokes that this case gamble, the US should have been renamed Manafort, the Muller, explained the connection, yet, one big reason, people were watching this case is if the court had overturned the separate savage doctrine that might have meant that, if Donald Trump were to pardon Paul Manafort, he hasn't, but is left open. The possibility that, that might have also precluded some steep prosecutions for the same underlying conduct. There are a lot of kind of qualifications to that. It wasn't totally clear that it would have prevented the state of New York, for example, from going after Paul Manafort for lightly. Different underlying conduct. But that was a big potential implication, had the supreme court gone the other way now in one case that we've discussed several times, because the court has been considering it for something like three months, the supreme court wiped out a ruling against an argon bakery. That refused to make a wedding cake for same sex. Couples sounds awfully familiar. Yeah. This is a strange outcome June. This case is very familiar because there's an awful lot like the case court resolved last term mckay's called masterpiece. That was a Colorado bakery. That refused to make a cake to celebrate a same sex wedding than bobbing, two men and the supreme court decided that case very narrowly. They sided with the Baker, but they said it was because one of the commissioners on the Colorado civil rights commission had suggested that she for animus towards religion. And this case out of Oregon, also very, very similar it was a bakery. That refused. Make a cake for a same sex wedding. In this case had the penalty of hundred and thirty five thousand dollars and the supreme court for, but three and a half months dithered over what they were going to do with this case. And at the end of the day, the court said would just kick it back to the lower court to the Oregon courts to reconsider it in light of our decision in the masterpiece case really wake out of, of sidestepping the underlying issues, not clear why the court doesn't want to get back into this. It certainly was the case. They could have granted instead, they set aside the fine kick the case back out of the lower court. I'm sure we'll be talking about this issue again, at some point, but we won't be doing it at the beginning of next term, what this seems to say is that they're putting a case off, which would be very controversial religious beliefs, basically restricting LGBTQ rights. So it won't come up in a year when there's going to be presented election. But certainly one way of looking at it and keep in mind, they're already gonna. Have one actually LGBT cases all involving whether employers can discriminate against workers because they are into the cases gay, or in the other case transgender, and it may have been at least for some of the justices that they don't wanna have, you know, they're being an entire steam with an X term, leading up to the election or the court might be seen as rolling back LGBT rights, now, there was actually, an interesting case involved land once owned by Thomas Jefferson and Virginia uranium band. So this is actually, the, the nation's largest noon, uranium deposits in Virginia and Virginia has banned mining uranium mining in the state, and the landowners, with support from the Trump administration said that runs afoul. That is a violation of this federal law that says only the federal government has the power over nuclear safety. So this. Whole notion of, you know, could be dangerous because we extract this uranium from the ground. They claimed that is something, the federal government can regulate the supreme court said, no, we disagree. The states have always had power over mining and nothing in the federal law affects that power over mining, this federal law gives the, the US government authority over what happens to the uranium after it's extracted from, from the ground, but not before, and therefore we're going to uphold this Virginia ban on uranium mining, Greg. Does this have implications for the environmental, litigation that we expect to see or does this stand on its own terms? It probably stands on its own terms. You know, there's a lot in these opinions that you've spent some time, scrutinizing, there was to me, a very interesting dispute between members of the majority in this case, where the more conservative justices said, you know, we don't want to second. Guess what? The state's motives were in enacting. This sort of legislation. And the more liberal justices said, you know, we don't have to speak in such broad sweeping principles about our power to second guesses. State based on their motives, it's pretty clear. The justices had some other cases in mind and it may just take other figure out exactly what they're thinking of. Thanks, greg. I'm sure we'll be talking to you next week. That's Bloomberg news. Supreme court reporter Greg Stohr. Coming up on Bloomberg law. The Trump administration has a new weapon in its environmental agenda following the rules. I'm June Grosso and this is Bloomberg. What would you say about the when it comes to parenting? There are no perfect answers, but that's okay because you don't have to be perfect to be a perfect.

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"uranium mining" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters, the drumbeat for a Federal Reserve interest rate cut is getting louder with one policymaker calling for a fifty basis point reduction, Minneapolis fed president Neil curry said yesterday that he'd pushed for such a move at the central banks June eighteenth and nineteenth meeting, where officials ended up leaving rates unchanged comments from other policy-makers reinforced expectations that the fed is, on course to cut rates, perhaps, as soon as the July meeting, rich Clarita is Federal Reserve vice chair, we really have uncertainty in the sense that there's always some geopolitical uncertainty, but there's also uncertainty about how the global economy, navigates that point you have negative interest rates in the year zone and in Japan. And I think that is a factor as, as well, cleared a spoken and exclusive interview with Bloomberg radio and television, top Trump administration. Officials will attend Tuesday's regional economic investment summit in Bahrain, the first leg of the long-awaited Middle East peace plan being led by Jared Kushner, president, Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser speakers will include business leaders, including Stephen Schwartzman, chairman of Blackstone group. Randall Stevenson, chairman of AT, and T, and Tom barrack, chairman of colony capital, World Bank, president, David Malpass, and I am managing director Christine Lagarde are also scheduled to speak, the UK's Boris Johnson pitched his bid for prime minister to members of his conservative party today, recent turmoil in his private life didn't trip up at all the drew cheers when he dodged questions about a spat with his partner that brought the police to his London home front runner Johnson and his opponent. Jeremy hunt both made their opening appeals today. Global news twenty four hours a day on air, and it ticked up on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries. I'm suzanne. Anna palmer. This is Bloomberg. Welcome to Bloomberg long. I'm June Grosso ahead in this hour. The supreme court dumped another gay wedding cake dispute. The Trump administration is trying something new with its environmental agenda following the rules Cuban exiles are suing multinational companies over property confiscated by the Castro regime. And when the tenth Justice talks the supreme court listens. The supreme court is entering the home stretch of its term. So those questions we've been pondering for some time. We'll all be answered by the end of next week. The court followed precedent this week in one major case that might have extended the impact of President Trump's pardon power. The justices left intact, the separate sovereigns doctrine. It's a decades old rule that limits, the scope of the constitutional ban on double jeopardy. Bloomberg supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr joins me so Greg tell us about that seven to two decision in gamble. The US this is, as you said, sort of an exception to the notion that the government can't prosecute you twice for the same underlying conduct. The supreme court has said for decades and really dating back to the nineteenth century, that it's okay to have multiple prosecutions if they're coming from different sovereigns, namely, the federal government and state government that they both have the right to prosecute somebody for the. Conduct. And this case asked the supreme court to overturn those rulings and overturn the separate cyber doctrine, when the court agreed to take up the case. There was some thought that they were pretty serious about thinking about doing that. As it turns out, it wasn't close as he said, it was a seven to two decision. The court reaffirmed the doctrine in essentially left law, as it's been for decades. I read that there were jokes that this case gamble, the US should have been renamed Manafort, the Muller, explained the connection, one big reason, people were watching this case is if the court had overturned the separate sovereigns doctrine that might have meant that if Donald Trump were pardoned Paul Manafort, he hasn't, but is left open the possibility that, that might have also precluded some St. prosecutions for the same underlying conduct. There are a lot of kind of qualifications to that. It wasn't totally clear that it would have prevented the state of New York, for example, from going after Paul Manafort precisely. Different underlying conduct. But that was a big potential implication, had the supreme court gone the other way now in one case that we've discussed several times, because the court has been considering it for something like three months, the supreme court wiped out a ruling against an argon bakery. That refused to make a wedding cake for same sex. Couples sounds awfully familiar. Yeah. This is a strange. June. This case is very familiar because there's an awful lot like the case court resolved last term case called masterpiece that was a Colorado bakery. That refused to make a cake to celebrate a same sex wedding involving two men and the supreme court decided that case very narrowly. They sided with the Baker, but they said it was because one of the commissioners on the civil rights commission had suggested that she bore animus towards religion. And this case is out of Oregon also very, very similar it was a bakery, that refused a cake for same sex wedding in this case had to pay a penalty of one hundred thirty five thousand dollars and the supreme court for three and a half months dithered over what they were going to do with this case. And at the end of the day, the court said would just kick it back to the lower court to the Oregon courts to reconsider it in light of our decision in the masterpiece case, really way gotta sidestepping the. Underlying issues not clear why the court doesn't want to get back into this. It certainly was a case. They could have granted instead, they set aside the fine kick the case back down to the lower court. I'm sure we'll be talking about this issue again, at some point, but we won't be doing it at the beginning of next term, what this seems to say is that they're putting a case off, which would be very controversial religious beliefs, basically restricting LGBTQ rights. So it won't come up in year when there's going to be presented election. That's certainly one way of looking at it and keep in mind, they're already going to have one actually LGBT cases, all involving whether employers can discriminate against workers, because they are into the cases gay, or in the other case transgender, and it may have been at least for some of the justices that they don't wanna have, you know, they're being an entire fem- with an extra term leading up to the election, where the court might be seen as rolling back algae. T- rights now. There was actually interesting case it involved land once owned by Thomas Jefferson and Virginia uranium band. So this is actually, the, the nation's largest noon, uranium deposits in Virginia and Virginia has banned mining uranium mining in the state, and the landowners, with support from the Trump administration said that runs afoul. That is a violation of this federal law that says only the federal government has the power over nuclear safety. So this whole notion of, you know, could be dangerous because we extract uranium from the ground. They claimed that is something, the federal government can regulate the supreme court said, no, we disagree. The states have always had power over mining and nothing in the federal law affects that power over mining, this federal law gives the, the US government authority over what happens to the uranium. After it's extracted from, from the ground, but not before, and therefore, we're going to uphold this for junior ban on uranium mining, Greg. Does this have implications for the environmental, litigation that we expect to see or does the stand on its own terms? It probably feeds on its own terms. You know, there's a lot in these opinions that you've spent some time scrutinizing, there was a very interesting dispute between members of the majority in this case, where the more conservative justices said, you know, we don't want to second. Guess what? The state's motives were in an acting this, this sort of legislation. And the more liberal justices said, you know, we don't have to speak in such broad sweeping principles about our power to second guess state, based on their motives, it's pretty clear. The justices had some other cases in mind. And it may take a while to figure out exactly what they're thinking of. Thanks, greg. I'm sure we'll be talking to you next week. That's Bloomberg new supreme court reporter Greg Stohr coming up on Bloomberg law. The Trump administration has a new weapon in its environmental agenda following the rules. I'm.

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"uranium mining" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To boost payouts to shareholders the longest weekly rally in treasuries since two thousand twelve may find an even higher gear this as bond traders turned their focus to Asaka Japan where world leaders head next week, four G twenty meeting heels on tenure treasuries broke below two percent for the first time since two thousand sixteen this week this after the Federal Reserve signal that's ready to lower borrowing costs strategists. See little standing in the way of even lower yields Hornbach is global head of interest rates. Strategy at Morgan Stanley Ellen Zeltner has are fed call. And she has the feds cutting rates by fifty basis points in July and then doing nothing for the foreseeable future after that. So in that scenario, we think the tenure yield will end the around two percent. The ten year note was last quoted at a yield of two point zero five percent Boris Johnson's bid to become the UK's next prime minister was thrown into turmoil after an argument with his partner prompted police to visit his London residence. Officers were called to the home. Johnson shares with Kyrie Simon's shortly after midnight Friday, six hours after he was confirmed as the front runner in the race to succeed Theresa May police said they found no cause for action. But the news is dominated Saturday's UK newspapers and threatens to damage Johnson's campaign at a critical time in the conservative party, leadership contest, global news, twenty four hours a day on air and ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Welcome to Bloomberg law. I'm June Grosso ahead in this hour. The supreme court dumps another gay wedding cake dispute the Trump administration is trying something new with its environmental agenda following the rules Cuban exiles are suing multinational companies over property confiscated by the Castro regime. And when the tent's Justice talks, the supreme court listens. The supreme court is entering the homestretch of its term. So those questions we've been pondering for some time. We'll all be answered by the end of next week. The court followed precedent this week in one major case that might have extended the impact of President Trump's pardon power. The justices left intact, the separate sovereigns doctrine. It's a decades old rule that limits, the scope of the constitutional ban on double jeopardy. Bloomberg supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr joins me so Greg tell us about that seven to two decision in gamble. The US this is, as you said, sort of an exception to the notion that the government can't prosecute you twice for the same underlying conduct. The supreme court has said for decades and really dating back to the nineteenth century, that it's okay to have multiple prosecutions if they're coming from different fabrics, namely the federal government and a state government that they both have the right to prosecute somebody for the. Conduct. And this case asked the supreme court to overturn those rulings and overturn the separate sovereignty doctrine, when the court agreed to take up the case, there was some thought that they were pretty serious about thinking about doing that. As it turns out, it wasn't close as he said, it was a seven to two decision. The court reaffirmed the doctrine in essentially left law, as it's been for decades. I read that there were jokes that this case gamble, the US should have been renamed Manafort, the Muller, explained the connection, one big reason, people were watching this case is if the court had overturned, the separate sovereigns doctrine that might have Mansa that if Donald Trump were to pardon Paul Manafort, but is left open the possibility that, that might have also precluded some steep prosecutions for the same underlying conduct. There are a lot of kind of qualifications to that. It wasn't totally clear that it would have prevented the state of New York, for example, from going after Paul Manafort lightly. Different underlying conduct. But that was a big potential implication, had the supreme court gone the other way now in one case that we've discussed several times, because the court has been considering it for something like three months, the supreme court wiped out a ruling against an argon bakery. That refused to make a wedding cake for same sex. Couple sounds awfully familiar. Yeah. This is a strange outcome. This case is very familiar because there's an awful lot like the case court resolved last term mckay's called masterpiece. That was a Colorado bakery. That refused to make a cake to celebrate a same sex wedding involving two men and the supreme court decided that case very narrowly. They sided with the Baker, but they said it was because one of the commissioners on the Colorado civil rights commission had suggested that she for animus towards religion. And this case that of Oregon also very, very similar it was a bakery. That refused to make a cake for same sex wedding. In this case had to pay a penalty of hundred and thirty five thousand dollars and the supreme court for three and a half months dithered over what they were going to do with this case. And at the end of the day, the court said would just kick it back to the lower court to the Oregon courts to reconsider it in light of our decision in the masterpiece case really wake sidestepping. The underlying. Issues not clear why the court doesn't want to get back into this. It certainly was the case. They could have granted instead, they set aside the fine kick the case back out of the lower court. I'm sure we'll be talking about this issue again, at some point, but we won't be doing it at the beginning of next term. What does seems to say is that they're putting a case off, which would be very controversial religious beliefs, basically restricting LGBTQ rights? So it won't come up in a year when there's going to be presented election. But certainly one way of looking at it and keep in mind, they're already going to have one actually, he LGBT cases, all involving whether employers can discriminate against workers, because they are into the cases gay, or in the other case transgender, and it may have been at least for some of the justices that they don't wanna have, you know, they're being an entire fem- with an X term, leading up to the election or the court might be seen as rolling back. LGBT. Writes now, there was actually an interesting case involved land once owned by Thomas Jefferson and Virginia uranium band. So this is actually, the, the nation's largest noon, uranium deposits in Virginia and Virginia has banned mining uranium mining in the state, and the landowners, with support from the Trump administration said that runs afoul. That is a violation of this federal law. That says only the federal government has the power over nuclear safety. So this whole notion of could be dangerous because we extract this uranium from the ground. They claimed that is something only the federal government can regulate the supreme court said, no, we disagree. The states have always had power over mining and nothing in the federal law affects that power over mining, this federal law gives the, the US government authority over what happens to the uranium after it's extracted from, from the ground, but not before, and therefore we're going to uphold this Virginia ban on uranium mining, Greg. Does this have implications for? For the environmental, litigation that we expect to see or does it stand on its own terms. It probably feeds on its own terms. You know, there's a lot in these opinions that you've spent some time, scrutinizing, there was to me, very interesting dispute between members of the majority in this case, where the more conservative justices said, you know, we don't want to second. Guess what? The state's motives were in enacting this sort of legislation. And the more liberal justices said, you know, we don't have to speak in such broad sweeping principles about our power to second guesses state based on their motives is pretty clear. The justices had some other cases in mind and it may take a while the figure out exactly what they're thinking of. Thanks, greg. I'm sure we'll be talking to you next week. That's Bloomberg news. Supreme court reporter Greg Stohr. Coming up on Bloomberg law. The Trump administration has a new weapon in its environmental agenda following the rules on June Grosso..

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News Radio 690 KTSM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"When they agree they say, oh, hey, here's what we think, here's what we think somebody write it up, and then they can release the opinion not very long after they. Argue it the with the more contentious cases I think there's a back and forth process behind closed doors. You know, someone will write a opinion and someone will write a dissent, and it will circle circulate around among the justices, and they'll just say, why could sign onto this, but I would have to need some, you know, some phrase about that. And you could see that in a case about uranium mining in Virginia that has it was argued in November than they finally got around to ensuring decision and you know, there was there was three different camps three justices in each camp. And, and they were, you know, put notes they're kind of citing each other. So the most contentious ones kind of get circulated around back there and then they come out just like you. And I when there's a deadline they say, well, we gotta just push the button. And so then they go. And that's the end of June speak with Todd Ruger Legal Affairs. Steph writer at roll. Call these pieces idled supreme court decisions could affect makeup of congress for years. On another issue to you said during the same period. Justices will announce which additional cases, it will hear next term. And those are likely to be what debated during the presidential campaign, for example. Yes. Exactly. So, so they've got a bunch of requests that come in, during the during this current term for everybody that wants to the justices to hear their case, and there's some really big ones hanging out there right now. One of them was the, the re going back into the issue of whether a company with that has religious objections can be forced to bake a cake for same sex wedding. There was a case out of Oregon. They just said, you know what Oregon, you guys need to figure that out again. And look at it again. So they sort of punted on that avoided that contentious issue. But there's another one on the DACA the deferred action for children that came here. As illegally as children. They didn't act on that. So they could decide to take that. And if they take it and any of the other cases, they take now in this next two week period when they make these decisions they would go on the calendar for next term which starts in October and again, ends in June. So if there's a big contentious case, you know, there are other cases out there working up like some of these state laws on abortion, there's a challenge to the Affordable Care Act. That's, that's went through Texas and his currently at the fifth circuit. And so there's big contentious issues that, that could find its way into the docket next year. And then those big decisions would happen in June twenty twenty which, of course, is only like five months before voters, go to the polls to pick not only the president, but their, their representatives in congress. Get the sense that more than ever supreme court related issues will be campaign trail topics or not necessarily. You know last year or last the last presidential election, Donald Trump made it more so of an issue than it usually, a lot of people have always said that the supreme court is important for politicians. But when it comes right down to it, it's, it's always like a third or fourth tier issue, people have these bigger concerns, economic concerns, you know, healthcare concerns, but when Donald Trump did it for years ago won the election, he had put out a list of here's the supreme court justices I would appoint the second amendments at stake, Roe v. Wade is at stake. So I expected that sort of focus to be in the presidential election now. And every time this premium court makes a decision now because Trump won and he got to put two justices on the court and replace, what was the swing Justice, Anthony Kennedy who sometimes voted with the liberal on some contentious social issues. So now it's more solidly conservative court. And every time the court, does something, the democratic call Titians. We'll certainly bring up like, hey, this is something that's definitely at stake in this next presidential election, who gets to pick supreme court justices. Nice todd. Todd Ruger Legal Affairs staff writer for roll-call fifteen minutes.

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"uranium mining" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Agree, they, here's what we think, here's what we think somebody write it up, and then they can release the opinion, not very long after they are. Argue it the with the more contentious cases I think there's a back and forth process behind closed doors. You know, someone will write the opinion and someone will write a dissent, and it will circle circulate around among the justices and they'll one just also say, why could sign onto this, but I would have to need some, you know, some praise about that. And you could see that in there a case about uranium mining in Virginia that has it was argued in November than they finally got around to the decision. And, you know, there was there was three different camps three justices in each camp and, and they would, you know, input notes, they're kind of citing each other's opinions. So the most contentious ones kind of get circulated around back there. And then they come out just like you. And I when there's a deadline they say, well, we gotta just push the button. And so then they go. And that's that the end of June speak with Todd Ruger Legal Affairs. Steph writer at roll call. He's written a piece entitled supreme court decisions could affect makeup of congress for years. On another issue to you said during this same period. The justices will announce which additional cases, it will hear next term. And those are likely to be what the debated during the presidential campaign, for example. Yes. Exactly. So, so they've got a bunch of requests that come in, during the during this current term for everybody that wants to the justices to hear their case, and there's some really big ones hanging out there right now. One of them was the, you know, re going back into the issue of whether a company with that has religious objections can be forced to bake a cake for same sex wedding. There was a case out of Oregon, and they just said, you know what Oregon, you guys need to figure that out again. And look at it again. So they sort of punted on that. They had voided that contentious issue, but there's another one on the DACA the deferred action for children that came here as illegally as children. They didn't act on that. So they could decide to take that. And if they take it and any of the other cases, they take now in this next two week period when they make these decisions they would go on the calendar for next term, which starts an October and. Again, ends in June. And so if there's a big contentious case, you know, there are other cases out there working up like some of these state laws on abortion, there's a challenge to the Affordable Care Act. That's, that's went through Texas and his currently at the fifth circuit. And so there's big contentious issues that, that could find its way into the docket next year. And then those big decisions would happen in June twenty twenty which, of course, is only like five months before the voters, go to the polls to pick now in the president, but their, their representatives in congress. Get the sense that more than ever supreme court related issues will be campaign trail topics or not necessarily. You know, last year last last presidential election, Donald Trump made it more so of an issue than it usually, has a lot of people have always said that the supreme court is important for politicians. But when it comes right down to it, it's, it's always like a third or fourth tier issue, people have these bigger concerns, economic concerns, you know, healthcare concerns, but when Donald Trump did it for years ago won the election, he had put out a list of here's the supreme court justices I would appoint the second amendments at stake, Roe v. Wade is at stake. So I expect that sort of focus to be in the presidential election now and every time this pre court makes a decision now because Trump won and he got to put two justices on the court and replace, what was the swing Justice, Anthony Kennedy who sometimes voted with the liberals on some contentious social issues. So now it's a more solidly conservative court. And every time the court, does something, the democratic politicians will certainly bring up, like, hey, this is something that's definitely at stake in this next presidential election, who gets to pick surpreme court justices. Nice todd. Todd Ruger Legal Affairs staff writer for roll-call fifteen.

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"uranium mining" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on KTOK

"White House press secretary, Sarah Sounders is stepping down and going home to Arkansas. Thank you so much. Mr. presents truly an honor she's done an incredible job. We've been through a lot together she's tough. But she's good. You know, you also have tough and bad, right? She's tough. And she's good. She's great. President Trump encouraging centers to run for governor a plan to start industrial activity near a national treasure draws mixed reviews clash between environmentalists in the mining industry is looming. This is the Trump administration considers uranium mining near the Grand Canyon uranium in that areas considered the highest grade, the US a decision could be made next month in hinges on whether or not to force the defense and power industries to enact a twenty five percent purchasing quota on domestic uranium market prices have dropped miners, struggling a moratorium on uranium mining around the canyon has been in effect since twenty twelve critics worry renewed efforts could contaminate groundwater and say it's an unnecessary threat to tourism, Kevin battle, Fox News. A popular travel website gets a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. We know that we had a levee breach that was north of here at the end of last week. There were reports of some levees leaking in and around the Little Rock area over the weekend. But the US army corps of engineers tells us that all of the levees are currently holding that is certainly welcome news for so many people in this region who are certainly on edge, especially with the forecast showing a whole lot more rain coming this week. Meantime as I was talking about that. I popular website, that's Expedia getting a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. The Trump administration changing rules about doing business in Cuba, and better. Check your cereals of your children. The environmental working group says new analysis shows nearly two dozen popular children's cereals and other snacks.

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KNST AM 790

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Just two hundred eighty nine dollars. Do it right for less start with Lowe's. Offer valid for six sixteen. US only. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is stepping down and going home to Arkansas. Thank you so much. Mr President, truly an honor he's done an incredible job. We've been through a lot together and she's tough. But she's good. You know, you also have tough bed, right? She's tough. And she's good. She's great. President Trump encouraging centers to run for governor a plan to start industrial activity near a national treasure draws mixed reviews. A clash between environmentalists in the mining industry is looming. This is the Trump administration considers uranium mining near the Grand Canyon uranium in that area is considered the highest grade, the US a decision could be made next month in hinges on whether or not to force the defense and power industries to enact a twenty five percent purchasing quota on domestic uranium market prices have dropped the miners are struggling a moratorium on uranium mining around. The Kenyan has been in effect since two thousand twelve critics worry renewed efforts could contaminate groundwater and say it's an unnecessary threat to tourism. Kevin battle, Fox News popular travel website gets a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. We know that we had a levee breach that was north of here at the end of last week. There were reports of some levees leaking in and around the Little Rock area over the weekend. But the US army corps of engineers tells us that all of the levees are currently holding that is certainly welcome news for so many people in this region who are certainly on edge, especially with the forecast showing a whole lot more rain coming this week. Meantime as I was talking about that a popular website. That's Expedia getting a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. The Trump administration changing rules about doing business in Cuba, and better. Check your cereals of your children. The environmental working group says new analysis shows nearly two dozen popular children's cereals and other snacks contain a cancer, causing chemical from roundup weed killer. This is Fox News. Fan of the movies want the inside scoop from today's biggest.

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"uranium mining" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Channel. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is stepping down and going home to Arkansas. Thank you so much. Mr President, truly an honor he's done an incredible job. We've been through a lot together and she's tough. But she's good. You know, you also have tough and bad, right? She's tough. And she's good. She's great. President Trump encouraging centers to run for governor a plan to start industrial activity near a national treasure draws mixed reviews. A clash between environmentalists in the mining industry is looming. This is the Trump administration considers uranium mining near the Grand Canyon uranium in that area is considered the highest grade, the US a decision could be made next month and hinges on whether or not to force the defense and power industries to enact a twenty five percent purchasing quota on domestic uranium market prices have dropped minors struggling a moratorium on uranium mining around the canyon has been in effect since two thousand twelve critics worry renewed efforts could contaminate groundwater and say it's an unnecessary threat to tourism, Kevin battle, Fox News. A popular travel website gets a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. We know that we had a levee breach that was north of here at the end of last week. There were reports of some levees leaking in and around the Little Rock area over the weekend. But the US army corps of engineers tells us that all of the levees are currently holding that is certainly welcome news for so many people in this region who are certainly on edge, especially with the forecast showing a whole lot more rain coming this week. Meantime as I was talking about that a popular.

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"uranium mining" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Lost one of your bollocks back on the shop floor and find that I don't even think about it's gone. It's gone. Trust me. It's gone. It's gone. It'll show up Todd and done shall we say mornings, five to ten AM. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is stepping down and going home to Arkansas. Thank you so much. Mr President, truly an honor. He's an incredible job. But we've been through a lot together and she's tough. But she's good. You know, you also have tough and bad, right? She's tough. And she's good. She's great. President Trump encouraging Sanders to run for governor a plan to start industrial activity near a national treasure draws mixed reviews. A clash between environmentalists and the mining industry is looming. This is the Trump administration considers uranium mining near the Grand Canyon uranium in that area is considered the highest grade, the US a decision could be made next month in hinges on whether or not to force the defense and power industries to enact at twenty five percent purchasing quota on domestic uranium market prices have dropped miners are struggling a moratorium on uranium mining around the canyon has been in effect since two thousand twelve critics where he renewed efforts could contaminate groundwater and say it's an unnecessary threat to tourism, Kevin battle, Fox News popular travel website gets a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. We know that we had a levee breach that was. North of here at the end of last week, there were reports of some levees leaking in and around the Little Rock area over the weekend. But the US army corps of engineers tells us that all of the levees are currently holding that is certainly welcome news for so many people in this region who are certainly on edge, especially with the forecast showing a whole lot more rain coming this week. Meantime as I was talking about that popular website. That's Expedia getting a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. The Trump administration changing rules about doing business in Cuba, and better. Check your cereals of fear children. The environmental working group says new analysis shows nearly two dozen popular children's cereals and other snacks contain a cancer, causing chemical from roundup weed killer. This is Fox News..

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"uranium mining" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"uranium mining" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"News channel. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is stepping down and going home to Arkansas. Thank you so much, Mr. presents truly an honor. He's an incredible job, we've been through a lot together and she's tough. But she's good. You know, you also have and bad, right? She's tough. And she's good. She's great. President Trump encouraging Sanders to run for governor a plan to start industrial activity near a national treasure draws mixed reviews. A clash between environmentalists in the mining industry is looming. This is the Trump administration considers uranium mining near the Grand Canyon uranium in that area is considered the highest grade, the US a decision could be made next month in hinges on whether or not to force the defense and power industries to enact a twenty five percent purchasing quota on domestic uranium market prices have dropped miners, struggling a moratorium on uranium mining around the canyon has been in effect since two thousand twelve critics worry renewed efforts could contaminate groundwater and say it's an unnecessary threat to tourism, Kevin battle, Fox News. A popular travel website gets a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. We know that we had a levee breach that was. North of here at the end of last week, there were reports of some levees leaking in and around the Little Rock area over the weekend. But the US army corps of engineers tells us that all of the levees are currently holding that is certainly welcome news for so many people in this region who are certainly on edge, especially with the forecast showing a whole lot more rain coming this week. Meantime as I was talking about that a popular website. That's Expedia getting a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. The Trump administration changing rules about doing business in Cuba, and better. Check your cereals, fear children. The environmental working group says new analysis shows nearly two dozen popular children's cereals and other snacks contain a cancer, causing chemical from roundup weed killer. This is Fox News. Let's talk about America not taxes or tweets or the issues.

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