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Justice Brett Kavanaugh Likely to Vote for the Affirmative Opinion

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Justice Brett Kavanaugh Likely to Vote for the Affirmative Opinion

"The University of Washington Supreme Court database is amazing They are an incredible repository of information for Supreme Court decisions over time And so being analytics based I go to the scorecard One of the things that surprises people we do tend to think of the court in ideological terms more than it is Did you know just a little factoid here over 70% of the Supreme Court's rulings are actually consensus rulings It's just that it's the most controversial the most prominent issues often that end up gaining attention And that's where we see the ideological splits but actually most Supreme Court decisions are unanimous But anyway when you start getting into those that aren't and the ideological split at the court if you take a look at the current court we have voting records we can take a look at in overall decisions And we know what justices are most likely to vote for what The first thing is the justice that is most likely just to vote for whatever is Kavanaugh You see that he's very much a which way is the wind blowing kind of guy He has voted in the affirmative opinion 93% of the time in the current court The two justices lace likely are clarence Thomas and Sonia Sotomayor They each have voted with the majority on decisions only 49% of the time

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Jake Warner Describes How Alliance Defending Freedom Is Protecting America

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 9 months ago

Jake Warner Describes How Alliance Defending Freedom Is Protecting America

"Sometimes we bring on folks from the ice spending freedom to help explain what it is that they do in case you don't already know. I have a with me, Jake Warner, who's a legal counsel with the alliance defending freedom and their client Scott chin. Guys, God bless you for coming on the program. Jake explain to my audience what this issue is about. Everywhere we look, there are issues like this. They're crazy. And if it weren't for 80, if the government would be getting away with murder, almost literally, go ahead and explain what this case is about. Sure. Thanks, Eric. A few months ago, the Washington Supreme Court said the state could punish a religious organization for declining to hire someone who did not share the religious faith of the organization. The Seattle's union gospel mission serves the homeless in the city of Seattle and they've done so for nearly a century. But back in 2017, a lawyer tried to apply for a position there, but he did not share their religious organizations beliefs. He didn't attend church. He didn't agree with the religious lifestyle requirements of the mission and he even applied trying to change the mission's religious beliefs to understandably the mission went with a different candidate. But this a lawyer turned around and sued the mission and the case went all the way up to the Washington Supreme Court and the Washington Supreme Court said that the mission could be punished for declining to hire this person. He did not share their beliefs. And we've now asked the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in and hear this

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on Week In Review

Week In Review

03:13 min | 11 months ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on Week In Review

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on Week In Review

Week In Review

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on Week In Review

"Much in the in the summer of twenty twenty and so the court again taking an opportunity to make a statement here. Yeah good point and m. k. You were saying regarding the this week's ruling on living in one's vehicle that it brings us back to the question of a place where you're allowed to park your car in our or your rv. Like i remember. This was a few months ago. You were interviewing derek. In and i think he was either you or a someone who's calling in asking questions. Abou- why can't the state the city not the state or it could be two states you The state or the city could actually put together a spot of where you know. Rv's campers you know and cars can actually all parking wants fox you know and i think The mayor said something about the that It would be it would cause problems in regards to sanitary brand new. The city has made a moves toward rv car. Parking areas in the past. Yeah you make sure you know. There's always issues that arise with Making sure nobody's coming into those areas you've got to kind of give give Fencing or a security kind of tiny house villages. If you've ever visited a tiny house village you're gone on a tour of one. They have sort of very strict rules for in-and-out and there's always a security guard. They're making sure the area say and so it's not as easy as just like. Hey this lots empty take. This really have to have sanitation services. All of those things available that you would for like a small community to be able to make that Successful right brandy. Do you know how municipal municipality cities would decide. What fine is excessive. Does that mean the government is doing audits to find out who can afford. What in terms of fines. How does that. I think it would just have to be based on the ability to pay and this is where this ruling is is going to end up being much more impactful than even the ruling is written. Because if you're talking about people who are living in their car truck or rv. They probably don't have a lot of money. I am an excessive fine is probably going to be a pretty low bar. And so what point is they are for a city like seattle to levy a bunch of parking fines against someone who's not going to be able to pay them Who doesn't have a lot of money to begin with and then against a vehicle that you're not ultimately going to be able to tow because of your heart won't ultimately be able to auction it. So i just don't there's a sort of even though they're saying you can levy fines. I mean is there really a point to that besides making a poor person more poor right. Okay any more questions that you have or more to say about this week's state supreme court ruling on what a city can't do regarding someone living in their car. I mean it does a lot of on..

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on Week In Review

Week In Review

05:03 min | 11 months ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on Week In Review

"Those vehicle's towed and auctioned off under yesterday's ruling if someone says vehicle is their home they will be afforded the same protections as typical homeowner and do brandy crews of q thirteen. You've said this is. This is a huge deal for all cities every city in st louis and we know that there are thousands of people in our state who live in their car or live in an rv. So this is a story that goes back to twenty sixteen in a guy named stephen long. He kinda worked as like a a handyman construction worker and he gets back from working one day realizes his truck is gone. He been homeless twenty fourteen and then he found out that if he didn't pay nine hundred dollar fine On top of the latest ticket that he got nearly a thousand dollars that his truck was going to be auctioned off and he argued like look. That's first of all excessive. I can't afford to pay add And then second. This truck is my home. I so that wound up in the state supreme court in in the reason this has such a huge impact. There are things i think. It's important to note that the ruling does and doesn't do first of all the state. Supreme court said don't k. To fine with car or park somewhere for an extended period of time or somewhere it shouldn't be parked but those fines can't be excessive and then they also basically you can't you can't auction somebody's vehicle off if they it gets toda. Can't pay the fines. So you're not going to really have to- yards. Who are going to be away. If they can't later auction them off off because all will be the point that you just have a car sitting somewhere taking up space until really. This makes it a credibly difficult if not impossible for cities to Have someone's car towed away that they are living in this. I should know what's really interesting here. Is this actually the state supreme court based this off the homestead act in basically with homestead act says..

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on Week In Review

Week In Review

04:49 min | 11 months ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on Week In Review

"Trouble trying to reduce the amount of carbon. Were putting out in the first place. And they're upsell divide administration for asking for more oil to be pumped so that it can be burned his gasoline and they're caught in between us because the bite administration also needs the economy to be strong and that means gas prices need to be lower because of course higher gas prices drain money from the arrest of the economy right. Mk scott you're telling us if you wanted to live in palm springs you would. I would yeah or go to a lot of friends that go to right now or in palm springs right now and if i would have if i wanted to be in this heat i'm worse so now you don't have too much of a choice. You have to be here. Yeah i've seen people asking In twitter et cetera. What it means when you look forward to the summers all year long in the pacific northwest. How do you. How do you think about the the rain when you no longer can say allah just wait till the glories of summer in the pacific northwest. I may be overstating it a bit. I don't know i kind of. I don't know i just don't know yet. How what it feels. I guess i feel unsettled. I feel like there's a time of transition in if this is a quote unquote new normal. What it means to be living not in palm springs but in In seattle washington. Anybody have anything to add on climate heat and smoke the other the other thing. If this is the new normal this is terrible for washington's agriculture industry. We saw the story from the associated. Press earlier this week from eastern washington where we'd crop is being devastated by the heat and farmers Some of them on the edge of bankruptcy because their crops are going to be so very small and again small crops. Drive up prices so we will feel it. You know My favorite cereals oat cereal. But if you like the wheat cereals you're gonna feel that you're gonna feel in the price of bread because You know when the pros win the crops are small. The price of raw materials goes up yet just in washington state. I've heard this about wheat crops. I've heard it about shellfish. I've heard about walla walla onions etc. Anything more on a on heat and smoke climate before we roll on with the show rest at the show. Here thank you. Yeah actually We have a governor who is a very environmental and is very very pro green and some thinking that whatever he does or whatever he does to handle this inslee He thinking he is going to be a good leader for the rest of the country. Beyond what do you know..

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Visit freetalklive dot com for the full episode. I purposefully sandbagged this specific article because well nobody in the end. I wanted to get your opinions on it and your discussion surrounding it because i i wonder how far reaching this may become It is exclusive to washington state at this time. But according to this article from crosscut.com the washington supreme court drug possession ruling up ends washington's criminal justice system in the blake decision. The washington supreme court voided most drug possession cases in the state. Wow how. The implications will be huge. Well that's a good question. And i'm glad you asked when kelly vaca i read that the washington supreme court has struck down the law criminalizing drug possession in the state. She was in disbelief..

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

"Of illegal Drugs. This comes after the state Supreme Court ruled this week. That part of the felony drug possession law was unconstitutional is comes as a big surprise for a lot of people, including comas, Matt Markovich in the shadow of the King County courthouse just feet away from the sheriff's Headquarters. Users are happy collision be arresting us for drew position anyway. He's the guy directly affected by the court's ruling. Things would be relaxed a little bit. No. Yeah, I mean, you know we won't be so panicked because there's no fear of being arrested for possession of narcotics right now. After the state Supreme Court ruled the state's possession law unconscious. Tutu, sh inal Anyone who is serving a sentence for drug possession should be released. Tonight tomorrow as soon as possible, says an attorney who asked the court to strike down the long but it's also gonna let a lot of dangerous Criminals and felons out on the street, says the King County Council member and former prosecutor who worked with the Supreme Court. But people who are sitting in jail right now say, Hey, my whole convictions based on something that's unconstitutional. It's now a race against time Arrested or convicted drug users, with their attorneys moving quickly to get drug cases thrown out Many hundreds of prosecutions being thrown out even convictions potentially being thrown out, and that just creates chaos, But the Legislature can fix this by adding one word. Two to the statute that word is knowingly which as intent to possess into the law, something the court found absent. Two state senators just introduced a bill that does just that. Currently right now you could have controlled substances and not get arrested. It's kind of crazy. But even with a quick fix, attorneys could argue their clients were arrested or convicted. Under a law that was found unconstitutional. They don't want to doing drugs around here, and he passed that bubble crack pipe arrow on pipe, you know, fix would be immediate assumes the governor signs it. But right now, there's a push by many legislators. To decriminalize illegal drugs in Washington in Seattle, met Markovich come on. Ian's new developments were hearing the death of

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Washington Supreme Court strikes down felony drug possession law; Seattle PD will not arrest for possession

News, Traffic and Weather

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Washington Supreme Court strikes down felony drug possession law; Seattle PD will not arrest for possession

"Of illegal Drugs. This comes after the state Supreme Court ruled this week. That part of the felony drug possession law was unconstitutional is comes as a big surprise for a lot of people, including comas, Matt Markovich in the shadow of the King County courthouse just feet away from the sheriff's Headquarters. Users are happy collision be arresting us for drew position anyway. He's the guy directly affected by the court's ruling. Things would be relaxed a little bit. No. Yeah, I mean, you know we won't be so panicked because there's no fear of being arrested for possession of narcotics right now. After the state Supreme Court ruled the state's possession law unconscious. Tutu, sh inal Anyone who is serving a sentence for drug possession should be released. Tonight tomorrow as soon as possible, says an attorney who asked the court to strike down the long but it's also gonna let a lot of dangerous Criminals and felons out on the street, says the King County Council member and former prosecutor who worked with the Supreme Court. But people who are sitting in jail right now say, Hey, my whole convictions based on something that's unconstitutional. It's now a race against time Arrested or convicted drug users, with their attorneys moving quickly to get drug cases thrown out Many hundreds of prosecutions being thrown out even convictions potentially being thrown out, and that just creates chaos, But the Legislature can fix this by adding one word. Two to the statute that word is knowingly which as intent to possess into the law, something the court found absent. Two state senators just introduced a bill that does just that. Currently right now you could have controlled substances and not get arrested. It's kind of crazy. But even with a quick fix, attorneys could argue their clients were arrested or convicted. Under a law that was found unconstitutional. They don't want to doing drugs around here, and he passed that bubble crack pipe arrow on pipe, you know, fix would be immediate assumes the governor signs it. But right now, there's a push by many legislators. To decriminalize illegal drugs in Washington in Seattle, met Markovich come on. Ian's new developments were hearing the death of

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Washington Supreme Court: Dairy workers to get overtime pay

News, Traffic and Weather

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Washington Supreme Court: Dairy workers to get overtime pay

"Washington State Supreme Court has issued a ruling that's expected to have drastic effects throughout the agricultural industry more from Cuomo's Jeff Pooja alone In a 5 to 4 ruling, the justices said the state's dairy workers are entitled to overtime pay if they work more than 40 hours a week. The decision expands for the first time overtime protections to the agricultural industry and is expected to effect far more than just dairy workers For 60 years. State law has exempted farm workers from overtime pay, but that provision has now been found to be unconstitutional. The dairy industry says it will mean greatly increased labor costs enforced many dairies to switch to automation. Jeff Pooja, Look, Come on you someone who's

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Washington Supreme Court strikes down I-976 to cut car-tab taxes

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Washington Supreme Court strikes down I-976 to cut car-tab taxes

"We're following now. Washington Supreme Court has struck down initiative 976 to reduce car tab taxes Nearly a year after statewide voters approved the tax cutting measure. The high Court says the measure is unconstitutional because it contains more than one subject and it was not accurately expressed in its title. Republican lawmakers plan to introduce legislation to make permanent

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Washington Supreme Court dismisses recall effort against Seattle mayor

KIRO Nights

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Washington Supreme Court dismisses recall effort against Seattle mayor

"Like Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is safe from a recall effort. Kyra Radios Hannah Scott reports. After months of legal wrangling, including a King County judge, you twice ruled the recall could move forward. State Supreme Court has tossed the effort to recall Mayor Durkin was trying to push her out of office early site the SPD protest response under her watch specifically that the mayor allowed the use of chemical agents like tear gas during the pandemic. Logan has consistently argued that that call fell to former chief best and it was one she couldn't override it under the consent decree, and the high court's unanimous ruling justice is found that the accusations against darken amounted to policy differences, not any violation of law, effectively killing that recall.

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

"Must be turned in to the CDC. By October. 16th downward trend continues for unemployment claims in Washington state, the latest from Como's baloney. It's a downward trend and newly filed unemployment claims. The employment Security Department says about 15,500. New claims were filed for the week ending October 3rd. That represents a decrease of more than 2000 when compared with the previous week. It's also for 1000 fewer new claims than two weeks ago and the fewest number of new claims filed since mid March. Colonial common uses state Supreme Court has thrown out an effort to recall Seattle marriage any Durkin saying the petitioner's provided insufficient evidence of wrongdoing that court order the recall effort halted. Justices sided with the mayor and saying that public official cannot be recalled simply because some voters disagree with her decisions. A group of six people wanted her removed from office over SPD is handling of recent protests. Uber and lift drivers are not guaranteed the minimum wage. Other large Seattle companies are required to pay combos Ryan Harris tells us what the companies say about the newly signed law law, just signed by Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan sets a so called utilization rate with higher per minute and per mile rates. So drivers earn at least 16 39 and our close to $30 an hour before expenses with a $5 minimum for most rights driver's union president Peter Cool says it's a vast improvement from what they are now. But I live came. It's I who cut rate based on all the brightest but so unhappy Mac because the painting was done when the city is going up, Uber says it will cause prices for writers to increase, which could limit transportation available to lower income writers lift calls the law deeply flawed and says it will kill thousands of jobs, possibly driving ride share companies out of Seattle. Brian Harris CAMO News. A 58 year old man is under arrest after a Seattle police say he stabbed his ex wife to death inside of a university district apartment officers arrived this morning to find the man being held down inside the apartment in the area of 16th Avenue, northeast northeast 45th by another person. The 44 year old woman was rushed to harbor view but died shortly after arriving. Urgent care providers at multi care say the company's putting patients safety at risk by demanding that employees worked longer than their 12 hour shifts. Come, o Seu Romero reporters, practitioners, doctors and assistance with Multicare indigo. URGENT Karen Tacoma held an informational picket to draw attention to what they call unsafe and fatiguing the policy that requires staff to work past 8 P.m. closing.

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

"Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg means there will be a tense conflict in Washington, D. C over her replacement. Joining us on the coma News line with analysis is former Democratic state senator and Washington Supreme Court Justice Phil Talmadge. Where do things stand? Well, it's Ah, It's obviously a great loss to the legal community in the United States and also to the nation. Justice Ginsburg was a was a major force. In in jurisprudence and in the law in the United States, and her loss is going to be felt for many years to come. But I think what we're going to see is politics just rampant in connection with this. This decision. The President United States is somebody who wants to use the Supreme Court is a campaign device. I think that may come back to haunt him in the sense that it may energized those people who are fearful about a Supreme Court full of Trump ist is the strategy here, at least for the Republicans to get this done and over with before the election, or do they do it in a lame duck? Well, I think they're going to do as much as they can as quickly as they can. The question is whether they can pull their whole caucus together. They want to do something as fast as possible because they have Ah, very significant procedural issue. That's a present for them, and that's the United States Senate race in Arizona. There you have. Former astronaut Mark Kelly, who's running against a point e filling out a term. And if he succeeds in upending of, uh Senator Mc Sally On dit looks like by all indications he will hey, would be appointed very early on in the process, And that might be a third vote there, too presently, who say that they do not want to go through the process of appointing Are confirming us a Supreme Court justice at this point that could be very, very significant. That means that the Democrats are very much within reach of that fourth vote, but they need in order to stall. The confirmation of any nomination of United States Supreme Court until after the fall election. If Mitch McConnell were to stomp on the gas pedal here at how fast could Confirmation process go through. Well, and the United States senators, not Ah, body notorious for rapid movements, So I think there there will be procedural opportunities for the Democrats in the Senate, Teo to forestall efforts at the majority leader to move too fast. I am not to be discounted. Speaker. Pelosi has some significant tool her disposal as well to make make make it sting for the majority leader in the Republicans in the Senate. Give us an idea As somebody who works with the court system rather frequently. President Trump has had an outstanding record in terms of getting his appointees on the bench. This is an influence that's going to last much beyond his presidency. Most definitely, and people people need to understand. Unlike state court judges that serve a term I mean, I served a six year term on the Washington Supreme Court Justices of the United States Supreme Court and other federal judges, the federal appellate court judges the criminal trial court judges, the district Court. Are nominated and confirmed for life service, so these individuals will be with us for their entire professional life. If you nominate someone who's in their forties or fifties, you can assume that that person is going to be sitting on the court for 20 or 30 years. They will have a profound impact on the direction of justice. And so you have all sorts of questions in that regard that, uh, that are associated with this president making appointments to the federal bench. Former state senator and Supreme Court justice filled Talmadge. Thanks happy to travel, and that's come on, Charlie harder. Ringing us, 23 10 and time to check in with Bill Sports for a coma. Sports update. HO hum Just there. Seahawks Patriots football game Bill. What is it about Seattle and New England? Rick Atleast Every time they get together, it's down to the last play as it was last night at Centurylink Field, the Seahawks hang on for Dear life. They stopped Cam Newton just short of the end zone. And when a wild 1 35 to 30 15 minutes away on Comeau news from a calculated guess, to a pair of unsung players stepping up in a big moment. The anatomy of the Seahawks game winning stop Russell Wilson absolutely brilliant, again, delivering five touchdown passes, but D K made some great plays tonight. It's a.

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

12:43 min | 2 years ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The red eye radio at it's run a radio that's what he just said I eight six six ninety right I let's go to Brad in Wisconsin about the governors order there that the Washington Supreme Court blocked hi Brad you're on red eye radio welcome to the show all right first I'm gonna love you show thanks yeah yeah you guys were just talking about the Supreme Court ruling here Wisconsin which was great but now we've got counties health officials enacting their own state home owners right so how how's all that legal well they have the look they have the ability to do that each of those orders each of those orders would have to be challenged in court right okay well then basically it that's not gonna get done before the twenty six so they know that well no no here they all look the the orders the the you have the governor has the ability to do executive orders in pandemic and so to county and local officials they're the ones that are in charge of it not the federal government and so they get to do it it's whether it is legal or not and in this this amazing are the order right in India and in this particular case with the Supreme Court found was that the the governor should be consulting that he believes the law or the I don't know if the Supreme Court the Supreme Court believes that he should be a consulting the legislature for it there are other ways they can look at it and courts have looked at and said well that executive orders wrong or that's unconstitutional for example on the churches and and other businesses and closed out there that are currently being looked at federal judges you still have the authority to do it but if a county person does that then they're closer to the people that actually live in that county mmhm and and and so that's what you want you actually want that I'm not saying that the executive order or would the orders that that the counties are giving out are correct I'm just saying that that's closer to the people it's not a one size fits all there may be counties are saying yes we're going to do this but there are other counties were saying no it's not a problem here and and so no we're not going to put this kind of restrictive border in there thanks bye and that's what we've been asking for all along yeah end if you know I mean if they anybody wants the charge or challenge the constitutionality of any of those local orders they can do it and yes I can will and you know we'll see where that goes or just moved to Texas rob is not in Dallas County everybody sculpture I was gone how did you hear I saw that the tweet yesterday with everything going on I was like I don't care about that right now with over there with everything happening yesterday afternoon bus and and it was governor Abbott St he he talked to Ilan mosque that right yes they they talk about exactly talk possibly have any lawn must bring production to Texas that would be interesting so yeah our our point was not that counties are going to jump in and do you know of certain things and and say well look we believe it's still bad here and they have the authority to do that I understand why they did it in Wisconsin yeah and that was because they ruled that the administration overstepped its authority when it extended it for another month without consulting the legislators the forty three rolling essentially opens re opens the state unless again local officials coming into with the last caller said lifting caps on size of gatherings along people to travel as a please in allowing businesses to re open including bars and and and restaurants Evers and I reacted angrily in a conference call Wednesday night saying the state has been doing well in the fight against rotavirus you predict the court ruling will lead to more counties to adopt their own restrictions which they did leading to a confusing patchwork of ordinances that will allow the infection to spread so there you go today Republican here's a quote from today Republican legislators convinced for members of the state Supreme Court to throw the state into chaos they have provided no plan there's no question among anybody that people are going to get sick Republicans on that chaos the Chief Justice wrote the but for the majority that health secretary Andrea poms order amounted to an emergency rule that she doesn't have the power to create on our own we'll make it exist precisely to ensure the kind of controlling subjective judgment asserted by one unelected official is not that the palm is not imposed on Wisconsin part of the courts five to two conservative majority so there you go I don't know the law I haven't read the lawn was Constance are really can't comment on I'm just telling you what they have set I don't know there are some states for example you can call an emergency but if you want to do it for another month you have to consult the legislature and if the legislature is in consulted but a judge judge will come in I don't know this with the specifics of the law in Wisconsin that's just what they what they're saying but our point is that we need this gonna happen all along you're gonna get people that are restless you're gonna have counties of counties decide to do it or people that are going to say nope Bandel B. protest and will be court challenges just like there but all along and it's going to grow yeah you may not believe that you win every one and you're not going to win every one of your business which is to be open in a county that does not we should be open yeah I mean it is some again R. but the push back I guess the the what you're seeing from the people in those areas is what ultimately will work I mean you're not going to be able to like your friends in California said it's going to shut this thing down for another three months that's not gonna happen well in counties it do it I believe that what you're going to see if counties with your account executive or judge however your particular county is is is run I do believe that in that you're going to have many counties out there you're gonna have states out there that are going to change the laws about pandemics and said look the governor may be able to call for thirty to two weeks two weeks or thirty days but the power of the governor of the county executive is limited and then there must be consultation with the legislative branch either whether the commissioners or a county board or whatever you call them in your particular county or city or whatever yeah I gave you the limited to thirty days or whatever but within that thirty days the governor has to consult with or the judge has to consult with right the legislative branch and there has a there has to be an approval of the plan from the the the legislature I think you're going to see that happen in a lot of states after this is over and a lot of other communities out there where people look at it and say okay we didn't pay attention because of you know the last time there was a the last time that we even chose to do anything like this our was over a hundred years ago yeah so so that is a really isn't a lot of there isn't a lot of president don if there isn't a lot of thought process or you know daily thinking about what the law would actually be and now that we've dealt with it a lot of people are angry and say well who gave that person power well the legislature did you know because we heard that a lot we had people early on saying this this person isn't Hitler well known then we had a run through in different states and whatever we have to tell people this is where it comes from but look when you don't pay attention ninety nine percent of the time don't get upset when government when when there's when there's a lot a law that gives a governor executive power or somebody else executive power don't be surprised when the abuse that they're abusing it all the time you're using it right now we see that that's what we've been talking about we've been talking about the unmasking we've been talking about the Flynn case half the country doesn't care well it went when there many of them don't even know they can't even name the French branches of government when it when there was government overreach nobody cares until it affects them well you look at it like in the case of Dallas County you had when the judge Jenkins put out the order that you're gonna have to wear a mask inside any place that is a danger in the central business or on end and with public transportation and there's a thousand dollar fine involved if you don't it was what the next day that the county commissioners came in and said no we're not gonna do a thousand dollar fine in fact the fine will be zero and the vote was three to two Jenkins being one of those two that lost that they would they would not have a thousand dollar fine if that's the point being is that the push back is going to have alternately consequences it may not be on your timeline in fact it may go on for way too long by anybody's measure but the fact of the matter is ultimately there will be consequences it's like those who are heavy handed in this case it's like all the complaining we're going to hear in a year when property taxes go up when taxes go up when states are going to have to because the federal government can solve the problem that they're in and they can't borrow money like the federal government does they can't go into debt they can't print money like the federal government does and all these complaints coming in well nobody's complaining now when they're getting their checks and then when eventually it has to be paid for well what's going on what you got to be paying attention all the time you just can't sit all this about the affects me how did this happen it's been happening every single day the government over reach happens all the time in the majority of the population doesn't care about it unless it in person B. A. L. affects some which is why we have said all along you gotta pay attention because of the fact somebody else if there's government over reach that screws over that person Benchley they're gonna come after you just for me exactly so by the way I'm I'm out of the last caller just a generalized comment no we're gonna we're gonna get mad at the next fall and it doesn't matter who they are what they want look I'm just passionate on it because you you see all this goes on you get you get you get frustrated and you see that you know we on the federal level half the country's okay not following the constitution if it takes down the president they dislike there's a problem there that's a problem in this country that's a problem with people that's a problem if you live in America and you're okay with that that's a problem for liberalism that used to stand up for the little guy yeah and used to stand up for the rights and used to sit there and say wait a minute if if the prosecutor is corrupt it is prospering misconduct we don't care whether the person is actually guilty they should be able to get off now it's no we don't care we don't care whether you're guilty or not we don't care all we care about is that your route yeah and we don't care how you do it what happened to liberalism liberalism isn't liberalism anymore one thing I think that is come out there and think about how quickly this is expanded who has the fascist mindset today the president remember the F. word really has the fascist mindset today the president maga yeah Madonna to yet Madonna had the the the the president or the left tell me what has more of a fascist mindset of wishing to control your life it certainly isn't trump yes it's true that Adam it didn't stick well antifa is short for anti fascist and who were the fascist they're the ones that are destroying other people's property and trying to essentially through violence get you into submission into their way of thinking right tell me who the fascist is if you'd like to talk we will be well I will be twelve Erica be gentle we won't look we can't punch you it's because it's ready so don't worry there will be no physical harm that comes to you eight seven six right.

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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12:44 min | 2 years ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Com and the red eye radio at it's run a radio that's what he just said I eight six six ninety right I let's go to Brad in Wisconsin about the governors order there that the Washington Supreme Court blocked hi Brad you're on red eye radio welcome to the show all right first I'm gonna love you show thanks yeah you guys you guys were just talking about the Supreme Court ruling here Wisconsin which was great but now we've got counties health officials enacting their own state home owners right so how how's all that legal well they have the look they have the ability to do that each of those orders each of those orders would have to be challenged in court right well then basically it that's not gonna get done before the twenty six so they know that well no no here they all look the the orders the the you will have the governor has the ability to do executive orders in pandemic and so to county and local officials they're the ones that are in charge of it not the federal government and so they get to do it it's whether it is legal or not and in this this the nature of the order right in India and in this particular case with the Supreme Court found was that the the governor should be consulting that he believes the law or that I don't know if the Supreme Court the Supreme Court believes that he should be a consulting the legislature forest there are other ways they can look at it and courts have looked at and said well that executive orders wrong or that's unconstitutional for example on the churches and and other businesses that are closed out there that are currently being looked at federal judges you still have the authority to do it but if a county person does that then they're closer to the people that actually live in that county mmhm and and and so that's what you want you actually want that I'm not saying that the executive order over the orders the debt the counties are giving out are correct I'm just saying that that's closer to the people it's not a one size fits all there may be counties are saying yes we're going to do this but there are other counties were saying no it's not a problem here and and so no we're not going to put this kind of restrictive order in there thanks bro and that's what we've been asking for all along yeah end of you know I mean if they if anybody wants to charge or challenge the constitutionality of any of those local orders they can do and yes I can will and you know we'll see where that goes or just out moved to Texas rob is not in Dallas County everybody starts Travis county Detroit here I saw that the tweet yesterday with everything going on I was like I don't care about that right now with over there with everything happening yesterday afternoon in those and and it was governor Abbott St he he talked to Ilan mosque yeah right yes they they talk about exactly talk possibly have anyone must bring production to Texas that would be interesting so yeah our our point was not that counties are going to jump in and do you know of certain things and and say look we believe it's still bad here and they have the authority to do that I understand why they did it in Wisconsin yeah and that was because they ruled that the administration overstepped its authority when it extended it for another month without consulting the legislators yeah the forty three rolling essentially opens re opens the state and once again local officials coming into with the last caller said lifting caps on size of gatherings along people to travel as a please and allowing businesses to reopen including bars and and and restaurants Evers reacted angrily in a conference call Wednesday night saying the state has been doing well in the fight against corona virus you predict the court ruling will lead to more counties to adopt their own restrictions which they did leading to a confusing patchwork of ordinances that will allow the infection to spread so there you go today Republican here's a quote from today Republican legislators convince for members of the state Supreme Court to throw the state into chaos they have provided no plan there's no question among anybody that people are going to get sick Republicans on that chaos the Chief Justice wrote the but for the majority of that health secretary Andrea poms order amounted to an emergency rule that she doesn't have the power to create on our own we'll make it exist precisely to ensure the kind of controlling subjective judgment asserted by one unelected official is not a good but palm is not imposed on Wisconsin part of the courts five two conservative majority so there you go I don't know the law even read the lawn was Constance are really can't comment on I'm just telling you what they have set I don't know there are some states for example you can call an emergency but if you want to do it for another month you have to consult the legislature and if the legislature is in consulted but a good judge will come and I don't know this with the specifics of the law in Wisconsin that's just what the what the they're saying but our point is that we need this gonna happen all along you're gonna get people that are restless you're gonna have counties of counties decide to do it or people that are going to state nope Bandel B. protest and will be court challenges just like there but all along and it's going to grow yeah you may not believe that you win every one and you're not going to win every one of your business which is to be open in a county that does not we should be open yeah I mean it is from again R. but the push back I guess the the what you're seeing from the people in those areas is what ultimately will work I mean you're not going to be able that like your friends in California is that going to shut this thing down for another three months that's not gonna happen well in counties that do it I believe that what you're going to see if counties with your account executive or judge however your particular county is is is run I do believe that in that you're going to have many counties out there you're gonna have states out there that are going to change the laws about pandemics and said look the governor may be able to call for thirty day two weeks ago two weeks or thirty days right but the power of the governor of the county executive is limited and then there must be consultation with the legislative branch either whether they're commissioners or a county board or whatever you call them in your particular county or city or whatever yeah I gave you the limited to thirty days or whatever but within that thirty days the governor has to consult with or the judge has to consult with right the legislative branch and there has a there has to be an approval of the plan from the the the legislature I think you're going to see that happen in a lot of states after this is over and a lot of other communities out there where people look at it and say okay we didn't pay attention because of you know the last time there was a the last time that we even chose to do anything like this our was over a hundred years ago yeah well that is a really isn't a lot of there is a lot of precedent on it the reason a lot of thought process or you know what daily thinking about what the law would actually be and now that we've dealt with it a lot of people are angry and say well who gave that person power well the legislature did you know because we heard that a lot we had people early on saying this this person isn't Hitler well known and we had a run through in different states and whatever we have to tell people this is where it comes from but look when you don't pay attention ninety nine percent of the time don't get upset when government when when there's when there's a lot a law that gives a governor executive power or somebody else executive power don't be surprised when the abuse that they're abusing it all the time your views in it right now we see that that's what we've been talking about we've been talking about the unmasking we've been talking about the Flynn case half the country doesn't care well it went when there many of them don't even know they can't even name the three branches of government when it when there was government overreach nobody cares until it affects them well you look at it like in the case of Dallas County you had when the judge Jenkins put out the order that you're gonna have to wear a mask inside any place that has a deemed in the central business or on and and with public transportation and there's a thousand dollar fine involved if you don't it was what the next day that the county commissioners came in and said no we're not gonna do a thousand dollar fine in fact the fine will be zero and the vote was three to two Jenkins being one of those two that lost that they would they would not have a thousand dollar fine if that's the point being is that the push back is going to have ultimately consequences it may not be on your timeline in fact it may go on for way too long by anybody's measure but the fact of the matter is ultimately there will be consequences it's one of those who are heavy handed in this case it's like all the complaining we're going to hear in a year when property taxes go up when taxes go up when states are going to have to because the federal government can solve the problem that they're in and they can't borrow money like the federal government does they can't go into debt they can't print money like the federal government does and all these complaints coming in well nobody's complaining now when they're getting their tracks and then when eventually it has to be paid for well what's going on what you got to be paying attention all the time you just can't sit all this of barley affects me how did this happen that's been happening every single day the government over reach happens all the time in the majority of the population doesn't care about it and was that a person a fax I'm which is why we have said all along you gotta pay attention because it affects somebody else if there's government over reach that screws over that person then surely they're gonna come after you just for me exactly so by the way I'm I'm out of the last caller just a generalized comment no we're gonna we're gonna get mad at the next fall I thank it doesn't matter who they are what they want look I'm just passionate about it because you you see all this goes on you get you get you get frustrated and you see that you know we on the federal level half the country's okay not following the constitution if it takes down the president they dislike there's a problem there that's a problem in this country that's a problem with people that's a problem if you live in America and you're okay with that that's a problem for liberalism that used to stand up for the little guy yeah and used to stand up for the rights and used to sit there and say wait a minute if if the prosecutor is corrupt it is prosecutorial misconduct we don't care whether the person is actually guilty they should be able to get off now it's no we don't care we don't care whether you're guilty or not we don't care all we care about is that your route yeah and we don't care how you do it what happened a liberalism liberalism isn't liberalism anymore one thing I think that has come out the one think about how quickly this is expanded who has the fascist mindset today the president remember the F. word really has the fascist mindset today the president Margot yeah Madonna to yet Madonna had the the the the president or the left tell me what has more of a fascist mindset of wishing to control your life it certainly isn't trump yes it's true that Adam it didn't stick well and was short for anti fascist and who are the fascists they're the ones that are destroying other people's property and trying to essentially through violence get you into submission into their way of thinking right tell me who the fascist is if you'd like to talk we will be well I will be twelve Erica be gentle we won't look we can't punch you if because it's ready so don't worry there will be no physical harm that comes to you it's right outside.

Brad Wisconsin Washington Supreme Court Supreme Court
"washington supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:44 min | 2 years ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And the red eye radio at it's run a radio that's what he just said I eight six six ninety right I let's go to Brandon Wisconsin about the governors order there that the Washington Supreme Court blocked hi Brad you're on red eye radio welcome to the show all right the first I'm gonna love you show thanks yeah you guys were just talking about the Supreme Court ruling here Wisconsin which was great but now we've got counties health officials enacting their own state home owners right so how are you our goal is that legal well they have the look they have the ability to do that each of those orders each of those orders would have to be challenged in court right okay well then basically it that's not gonna get done before the twenty six so they know that well no no here look the the orders the the you have the governor has the ability to do executive orders in pandemic and so to county and local officials they're the ones that are in charge of it not the federal government and so they get to do it it's whether it is legal or not and in this this the nature of the order right in India and in this particular case with the Supreme Court found was that the the governor should be consulting that he believes the law or the I don't know if the Supreme Court the Supreme Court believes that he should be a consulting the legislature forest there are other ways they can look at it and courts have looked at and said well that executive orders wrong or that's unconstitutional for example on the churches and and other businesses and closed out there that are currently being looked at federal judges you still have the authority to do it but if a county person does that then they're closer to the people that actually live in that county mmhm and and and so that's what you want you actually want that I'm not saying that the executive order or would the orders the debt the counties are giving out are correct I'm just saying that that's closer to the people it's not a one size fits all there may be counties are saying yes we're going to do this but there are other counties were saying no it's not a problem here and and so no we're not going to put this kind of restrictive border in there thanks Brett and that's what we've been asking for all along yeah end if you know I mean if they if anybody wants to charge or challenge the constitutionality of any of those local orders they can do that and yes I can will and you know we'll see where that goes or just moved to Texas it is not in Dallas County everybody's got Travis county okay did you hear I saw that the tweet yesterday with everything going on I was like I don't care about that right now with everything with everything happening yesterday afternoon was and and it was governor Abbott St he he talked to Ilan mosque yeah right yes they they talked about executive on possibly have any lawn must bring production to Texas that would be interesting so yeah our our point was not that counties are going to jump in and do you know of certain things and and say look we believe it's still bad here and they have the authority to do that I understand why they did it in Wisconsin yeah and that was because they ruled that the administration overstepped its authority when it extended it for another month without consulting the legislators yeah the four to three ruling essentially opens re opens the state and once again local officials come in and do with the last caller said lifting caps on size of gatherings along people to travel as a please and allowing businesses to re open including bars and and and restaurants Evers reacted angrily in a conference call Wednesday night saying the state has been doing well in the fight against corona virus you predict the court ruling will lead to more counties to adopt their own restrictions which they did leading to a confusing patchwork of ordinances that will allow the infection to spread so there you go today Republican here's a quote from today Republican legislators convinced for members of the state Supreme Court to throw the state into chaos they have provided no plan there's no question among anybody that people are going to get sick Republicans on that chaos the Chief Justice wrote the but for the majority that health secretary Andrea poms order amounted to an emergency rule that she doesn't have the power to create on our own we'll make it exist precisely to ensure the kind of controlling subjective judgment asserted by one unelected official it is not a good the palm is not imposed on Wisconsin part of the courts five to two conservative majority so there you go I don't know the law even read the lawn was Constance are really can't comment on I'm just telling you what they have said I don't know there are some states for example you can call an emergency but if you want to do it for another month you have to consult the legislature and if the legislature is in consulted but a good judge will come in I don't know this with the specifics of the law in Wisconsin that's just what they what they're saying but our point is that we knew this gonna happen all along you're gonna get people that are restless you're gonna have counties of counties decide to do it or people that are going to say nope and they'll be protest and will be court challenges just like there been all along and it's going to grow yeah you may not believe that you win every one and you're not going to win every one of your business which is to be open in a county that does not we should be open yeah I mean it is some again R. but the push back against the the what you're seeing from the people in those areas is what ultimately will work I mean you're not going to be able to like your friends in California said going to shut this thing down for another three months that's not gonna happen well in counties that do it I believe that what you're going to see if counties with your account executive or judge however your particular county is is is run I do believe that in that you're going to have many counties out there you're gonna have states out there that are going to change the laws about pandemics and said look the governor may be able to call for thirty day two weeks ago two weeks or thirty days but the power of the governor of the county executive is limited and then there must be consultation with the legislative branch either whether they're commissioners or a county board or whatever you call them in your particular county or city or whatever yeah I gave your be limited to thirty days or whatever but within that thirty days the governor has to consult with or the judge has to consult with right the legislative branch and there has a there has to be an approval of the plan from the the the legislature I think you're going to see that happen in a lot of states after this is over and a lot of other communities out there where people look at it and say okay we didn't pay attention because you know the last time there was a the last time that we even chose to do anything like this I was over a hundred years ago yeah sell the CF act is a really isn't a lot of the reason a lot of precedent on it the reason a lot of thought process or you know of daily thinking about what the law would actually be and now that we've dealt with it a lot of people are angry and say well who gave that person power well the legislature did you know because we heard that a lot we had people early on saying this this person isn't Hitler well known then we had a run through in different states and whatever we have to tell people this is where it comes from but look when you don't pay attention ninety nine percent of the time don't get upset when government when when there's when there's a little aid law that gives a governor executive power or somebody else executive power don't be surprised when the abuse that they're abusing it all the time to reviews in it right now we see it that's what we've been talking about we've been talking about the unmasking we've been talking about the Flynn case half the country doesn't care well it went when there many of them don't even know they can't even name the French branches of government when it when there was government overreach nobody cares until it affects them well you look at it like in the case of Dallas County you had when the judge Jenkins put out the order that you're gonna have to wear a mask inside any place that is a deemed in the central business or on end and with public transportation and there's a thousand dollar fine involved if you don't it was what the next day that the county commissioners came in and said no we're not going to do a thousand dollar fine in fact the fine will be zero and the vote was three to two Jenkins being one of those two that lost that they would they would not have a thousand dollar fine if that's the point being is that the push back is going to have alternately consequences it may not be on your timeline in fact it may go on for way too long by anybody's measure but the fact of the matter is ultimately there will be consequences it's like those who are heavy handed in this case it's like all the complaining we're going to hear in a year when property taxes go up when taxes go up when states are going to have to because the federal government can solve the problem that they're in and they can't borrow money like the federal government does they can't go into debt they can't print money like the federal government does and all these complaints coming in well nobody's complaining now when they're getting their checks and then when eventually it has to be paid for well what's going on what you got to be paying attention all the time you just can't sit all this a volley affects me how did this happen that's been happening every single day the government over reach happens all the time in the majority of the population doesn't care about it unless it in person B. A. L. affect some which is why we have said all along you gotta pay attention because of the fact somebody else if there's government over reach that screws over that person Benchley they're gonna come after you just for me exactly so by the way I'm I'm out of the last caller just to generalize comment no we're gonna we're gonna get mad at the next caller in it doesn't matter who they are what they say well I look I'm just passionate on it because you you see all this goes on you get you get you get frustrated and you see that you know we on the federal level half the country's okay not following the constitution if it takes down the president they dislike there's a problem there that's a problem in this country that's a problem with people that's a problem if you live in America and you're okay with that that's a problem for liberalism that used to stand up for the little guy yeah and used to stand up for the rights and used to sit there and say wait a minute if if the prosecutor is corrupt it is prospering misconduct we don't care whether the person is actually guilty they should be able to get off now it's no we don't care we don't care whether you're guilty or not we don't care all we care about is that your route yeah and we don't care how you do it what happened to liberalism liberalism isn't liberalism anymore one thing I think that has come out the one think about how quickly this is expanded who has the fascist mindset today the president remember the F. word really has the fascist mindset today the president Margot yeah Madonna to yet Madonna had the the the the president or the left tell me who has more of a fascist mindset of wishing to control your life it certainly isn't trump yes it's true that Adam it didn't stick well antifa is short for anti fascist and who were the fascist they're the ones that are destroying other people's property and trying to essentially through violence get you into submission into their way of thinking right tell me who the fascist is if you'd like to talk we will be well I will be twelve Erica be gentle we won't look we can't punch you it's because it's ready so don't worry there will be no physical harm that comes to you eight six six nine two eight right all right coming up.

Brandon Wisconsin Washington Supreme Court Brad Wisconsin Supreme Court
"washington supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Com and the red eye radio at it's whatever DO that's what he just said I eight six six ninety right I let's go to Brad in Wisconsin about the governors order there that the Washington Supreme Court blocked hi Brad you're on red eye radio welcome to the show all right first I'm gonna love you show thanks yeah you guys you guys were just talking about the Supreme Court ruling here Wisconsin which was great but now we've got counties health officials enacting their own state home owners right so how how's all that legal well they have the look they have the ability to do that each of those orders each of those orders would have to be challenged in court right okay well then basically it that's not gonna get done before the twenty six so they know that well no no here they all look the the orders the the you have the governor has the ability to do executive orders in pandemic console to county and local officials they're the ones that are in charge of it not the federal government and so they get to do it it's whether it is legal or not and in this this the nature of the order right in India and in this particular case with the Supreme Court found was that the the governor should be consulting that he believes the law or the I don't know if the Supreme Court the Supreme Court believes that he should be a consulting the legislature forest there are other ways they can look at it and courts have looked at and said well that executive orders wrong or that's unconstitutional for example on the churches and and other businesses and closed out there that are currently being looked at federal judges you still have the authority to do it but if a county person does that then they're closer to the people that actually live in that county mmhm and and and so that's what you want you actually want that I'm not saying that the executive order or would the orders that that the counties are giving out are correct I'm just saying that that's closer to the people it's not a one size fits all there may be counties are saying yes we're going to do this but there are other counties were saying no it's not a problem here and and so no we're not going to put this kind of restrictive order in there thanks bye and that's what we've been asking for all along yeah end of you know I mean if they if anybody wants to charge or challenge the constitutionality of any of those local orders they can do and yes I can will and you know we'll see where that goes or just out moved to Texas rob is not in Dallas County everybody starts Travis county okay did you hear I saw that the the tweet yesterday with everything going on I was like I don't care about that right now with over there with everything happening yesterday afternoon was and and it was governor Abbott St he he talked to Ilan mosque yeah right yes they they talk about exactly talk possibly have any lawn must bring production to Texas that would be interesting so yeah our our point was not that counties are going to jump in and do you know of certain things and and say look we believe it's still bad here and they have the authority to do that I understand why they did it in Wisconsin and that was because they ruled that the administration overstepped its authority when it extended it for another month without consulting the legislators yeah the forty three ruling essentially opens re opens the state and once again local officials coming into with the last caller said lifting caps on size of gatherings along people to travel as they please and allowing businesses to re open including bars and and and restaurants Evers reacted angrily in a conference call Wednesday night saying the state has been doing well in the fight against corona virus you predict the court ruling will lead to more counties to adopt their own restrictions which they did leading to a confusing patchwork of ordinances that will allow the infection to spread so there you go today Republican here's a quote from today Republican legislators convinced for members of the state Supreme Court to throw the state into chaos they have provided no plan there's no question among anybody that people are going to get sick Republicans on that chaos the Chief Justice wrote the but for the majority of that health secretary Andrea poms order amounted to an emergency rule that she doesn't have the power to create on our own we'll make it exist precisely to ensure the kind of controlling subjective judgment asserted by one unelected official it is not a good but palm is not imposed on Wisconsin part of the chords five two conservative majority so there you go I don't know the law I haven't read the lawn was Constance are really can't comment on I'm just telling you what they have set I don't know there are some states for example you can call an emergency but if you want to do it for another month you have to consult the legislature and if the legislature is in consulted but a good judge will come and I don't know this with the specifics of the law in Wisconsin that's just what they what they're saying but our point is that we need this gonna happen all along you're gonna get people that are restless you're gonna have counties of counties decide to do it or people that are going to say nope Bandel B. protest and will be court challenges just like there but all along and it's going to grow yeah you may not believe that you win every one and you're not going to win every one of your business which is to be open in a county that does not wish you to be open yeah I mean it is dumb again R. but the push back I guess the the what you're seeing from the people in those areas is what ultimately will work I mean you're not going to be able to like your friends in California said you're not going to shut this thing down for another three months that's not gonna happen well in counties to do it I believe that what you're going to see if counties with your account executive or judge mmhm however your particular county is is is run I do believe that in that you're going to have many counties out there you're gonna have states out there that are going to change the laws about pandemics and said look the governor may be able to call for thirty day two weeks two weeks or thirty days right but the power of the governor of the county executive is limited and then there must be consultation with the legislative branch you're either whether they're commissioners or a county board or whatever you call them in your particular county or city or whatever yeah I gave you the limited to thirty days or whatever but within that thirty days the governor has to consult with or the judge has to consult with right the legislative branch and there has a there has to be an approval of the plan from the the the legislature I think you're going to see that happen in a lot of states after this is over and a lot of other communities out there where people look at it and say okay we didn't pay attention because of you know the last time there was a the last time that we even chose to do anything like this our was over a hundred years ago yeah well this is a really isn't a lot of there is a lot of precedent on it the reason a lot of thought process or you know daily thinking about what the law would actually be and now that we've dealt with it a lot of people are angry and say well who gave that person power or the legislature did you know because we heard that a lot we had people early on saying this this person isn't Hitler well known then we had a run through in different states and whatever we have to tell people this is where it comes from but look when you don't pay attention ninety nine percent of the time don't get upset when government when when there's when there's a little a law that gives a governor executive power or somebody else executive power don't be surprised when the abuse that they're abusing it all the time your views in it right now we see it that's what we've been talking about we've been talking about the unmasking we've been talking about the Flynn case half the country doesn't care well it went when there many of them don't even know they can't even name the prime branches of government when it when there was government overreach nobody cares until it affects them well you look at it like in the case of Dallas County you had when the judge Jenkins put out the order that you're gonna have to wear a mask inside any place that is a demon the central business or on and and with public transportation and there's a thousand dollar fine involved if you don't it was what the next day that the county commissioners came in and said no we're not gonna do a thousand dollar fine in fact the fine will be zero and the vote was three to two Jenkins being one of those two that lost that they would they would not have a thousand dollar fine if that's the point being is that the push back is going to have alternately consequences it may not be on your timeline in fact it may go on for way too long by anybody's measure but the fact of the matter is ultimately there will be consequences it's one of those who are heavy handed in this case it's like all the complaining we're going to hear in a year when property taxes go up when taxes go up when states are going to have to because the federal government can solve the problem that they're in and they can't borrow money like the federal government does they can't go into debt they can't print money like the federal government does and all these complaints coming in well nobody's complaining now when they're getting their checks and then when eventually it has to be paid for well what's going on what you got to be paying attention all the time you just can't sit all this a volley affects me how did this happen it's been happening every single day government over reach happens all the time in the majority of the population doesn't care about it unless it in person B. A. L. affects some which is why we have said all along you gotta pay attention because of the effects somebody else if there's government over reach that screws over that person Benchley they're gonna come after you just for me exactly so by the way I'm I'm out of the last caller just a generalized comment no we're gonna we're gonna get mad at the next fall I thank it doesn't matter who they are what they want look I'm just passionate on it because you you see all this goes on you get you get you get frustrated and you see that you know we on the federal level half the country's okay not following the constitution if it takes down the president they just like there's a problem there that's a problem in this country that's a.

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

"Many minutes of non stop news starts now monitoring the latest on covert nineteen here in the Washington state area and the meeting between vice president pence and governor Insley happening just south of Tacoma will have more live coverage coming up after A. B. C. checks the world ABC news I'm Terry all the the nation's highest court steps in moments before Alabama was to carry out an execution A. B. C.'s Andy field with details from Washington Supreme Court staying the fan awards execution after his lawyers argue that an accomplice actually killed police officers even though they were both committing another crime together what's claims his own attorney then didn't properly explain a plea deal that would have avoided the death penalty the venue was convicted of killing those officers even though his partner admitted to pulling the trigger the courts will now hear arguments about changing his death sentence was met with his family in any given his last meal before learning of the stay eight of the twelve U. S. deaths from the novel coronavirus warden nursing home in the Seattle area had hearing was among the family members who are now demanding answers from life care center of Kirkland after her mother died a phone call this morning that she passed at three thirty in the morning she wasn't sick she didn't look well as far as we knew she wasn't sick he fears of code nineteen turning your dream vacation on a cruise ship into a nightmare gosh the grand princess is being kept from docking in San Francisco after a small cluster of the virus was detected in passengers from northern California who were on an earlier trip stock took a nosedive.

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

"About lonely and rain for a time mountain snow that could be heavy at times and also gusty winds potentially topping thirty miles per hour now the storm quickly passes east in that area tonight the lingering showers are likely on Valentine's day Friday and Saturday we get this next storm to move on and this is gonna be a little bit stronger heading into the weekend producing even heavier rain in the lowlands heavy mountain snow of course impacting past travel and strong winds locally we see that storm wind down Sunday into Monday with lingering showers in the middle of next week looks quite a drive in the cooler weather center I'm meteorologist Kristyn Clarke rain moving across the area right now forty two I had nine oh six the Washington Supreme Court today upholding a voter approved measure that raises public transit funds in the Puget Sound area seven people had sued to overturn a rate increase by sound transit boaters in twenty sixteen approved the rate hike to fund the sound transit three to expansion project the lawsuit sought a refund of millions of dollars in car registration fees collected through the increase to help pay for the fifty fifty four billion dollar expansion in a seven to two decision the High Court justices finding that the motor vehicle excise tax used to pay for the sound transit projects was constitutional Southwest Airlines pulling the Boeing seven thirty seven Max from its schedule through August tenth now this will affect more than three hundred seventy of its roughly four thousand daily flights the airline says it is making the move due to continued uncertainty around the timing of the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX return to service the debate over a big business taxes that resulted in two competing proposals come was Patrick Quinn breaks down the plan almost one point five supporters phone bill her plan to tax Amazon campaign promise finally coming to fruition in her proposal roughly eight hundred and twenty five of Seattle's biggest businesses yes including Amazon would be taxed one point seven percent of their pay rolls bring in three hundred million dollars per year to build eight thousand affordable homes over the next ten years I question the three hundred million dollar benchmark of this business tax suited mayor Jimmy Durkin already critical of the proposal saying in a statement quote this proposal that is six times bigger than the failed council had tax proposal is not a plan that I can support and it is similar to a different big business tax plan working its way through the state legislature almost detailed reports from the state capitol.

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Washington Supreme Court OKs lesser version of carbon cap

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Washington Supreme Court OKs lesser version of carbon cap

"State Supreme Court strikes down a way of regulating greenhouse gases the story from couples Jeff foe July justices said the department of ecology overstepped its bounds when I tried to make fuel distributors responsible for emissions produced by their customers in a five to four ruling the High Court said lawmakers never granted the administration any such authority governor Jay Inslee disagrees statute makes clear that legislation intended the department of ecology to be able to regulate air pollution comes from houses in millions of small polluters as well as a large industrial polluters Republican Doug Erickson who's the ranking member on the Senate environment energy and technology committee called the decision a victory for the rule of law

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Washington Supreme Court finds state not liable in Skagit River bridge collapse

First Light

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Washington Supreme Court finds state not liable in Skagit River bridge collapse

"Supreme Court says in a split decision the state cannot be held at fault for that accident the cause died five bridge over the schedule river to collapse in twenty thirteen a truck carrying an oversize load hit the overhead support beams of the bridge because the bridge to fall into the water no one was killed three people in two vehicles plunged into the water in its ruling the court says the state cannot be liable for the bridge collapse under the law though the senses the state could be responsible if it failed to properly maintain the

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Supreme Court allows nationwide enforcement of new Trump administration restrictions on asylum seekers

Chad Benson

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Supreme Court allows nationwide enforcement of new Trump administration restrictions on asylum seekers

"Roemer the Supreme Court tonight giving president trump the okay to keep central American asylum seekers out of the country of the of not first tried getting protection in a country they've already passed through ABC's Andy field has details tonight from Washington Supreme Court temporarily allowing president trump to enforce a new central American asylum rules saying that even unaccompanied children cannot seek asylum here if they enter through the U. S. Mexican border unless Mexico or another third country denied that request this is a final ruling is the actual court fight is working its way through lower courts only two justices dissented with Peter Ginsberg and Sonia Sotomayor your that's ABC's

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on KOMO

"To break their pledges and vote for a different Republican Levi Gera from Wharton Washington was one of our states faithless electors I stand behind Hamilton electors I stand behind them because I that I would do everything I could to ensure trump did not become our president now Washington Supreme Court ruled against them but now with the federal panel coming up with a different view of the matter seems destined for the High Court and the rush would be on that to get a decision before the general election and twenty twenty Carly Johnson come on new five thirty four triple a traffic time once again here's Kira well with our overnight fatality crash on south on I five new king Pierce county line just the HOV lane is getting through in the back of continued to grow your stacked up to almost and chanted parkway going from federal way to come it's taking about twenty minutes northbound I. five you're getting distracted by the lights in your slow from fifty four north five also having highway sixteen to river road to slow again out of federal way too can to mine road now to a new crash in ever at this is south and I five year marine view Dr that's blocking the left lane that slowing down the drive for about a mile right now northbound one six seven slow through some then after that often the Renton takes fifteen minutes ranting about the fourteen minutes in Seattle are police investigation still has all lanes of a river Avenue blocked between a hundred and a hundred can fit so had a block or two east or west and that'll help you get through the area our next couple traffic at five fourty four traffic this time is brought to you by Philips law firm if you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident call.

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Needs to wake up all right one perspective is being brought forth by trump and one's being brought forth by not trump so that makes them polar opposites even though they're basically the same maybe trump's plan would be better if it included his attempt to disarm hate but if he was going to disarm hate wouldn't he have to power down his Twitter like the death star that's that's the paragon that's the bastion of hate but not anybody else his Twitter just trump's Twitter that's the only place where hate exists this is great four to five FYI the F. B. I.'s been tasked with all of the things that initially talked about since J. Edgar Hoover so the judges the Insley has in the Washington Supreme Court won't enforce the laws on the books nor will Bob Ferguson plus Ainsley got rid of the death penalty all we have to do is have the prosecutors and judges enforce our current laws Hey TF overall she is no idea what he is talking about that was trying I think that's what I was attempting to give everybody the sense of actually I didn't even know I didn't have a chance to go in depth on all of these I was going to go in and fresh that was like my blue ocean that I jumped into and to be honest I'm not really impressed with the volume on the far left I'm not that impressed with Jane's LeasePlan is ten step plan to address white nationalistic now white nationalist gun violence because he's only really two steps removed from trump's planned and as there and said to the steps are banning guns that are already bands and then number two is disarming hate the one thing is assault weapons are banned in Washington they might not be banned nationwide no I think they are assault weapon basically means like your A. K. forty sevens and you're fully automatic guns that's what assault weapon really means.

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Washington, Supreme Court And Pentagon discussed on Brett Winterble

Brett Winterble

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Washington, Supreme Court And Pentagon discussed on Brett Winterble

"Got headlines breaking news out of Washington where the Supreme Court has cleared the way for the trump administration to tap Pentagon funds for border wall construction the justices ruled that would lift a freeze on two and a half billion dollars put in place by a lower court the supreme court's action means the trump administration can tap the funds and begin work on for contracts it has a

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"washington supreme court" Discussed on WSB-AM

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03:29 min | 3 years ago

"washington supreme court" Discussed on WSB-AM

"They went back and forth because he sued the Washington law against discrimination and then he is at he appealed to the US court of appeals for the ninth circuit they sent that back to the Washington Supreme Court the question they were supposed to answers quote under what circumstances if any does obesity qualifies impairment under Washington law and so now we have the situation I've never known anyone who is a beast that would actually refer to themselves as disabled and I don't think that they would want it to be considered such maybe I'm wrong or maybe it's just you know limited to the those individuals I know but the fact that it would they would be considered abnormal in some way I don't know I the thing that gets me is that date the reason that he had it was a it's a it was a apparently a physically demanding job and the and the railway was concerned that he wasn't gonna be able to do it they were right about his back giving out about his knees they were concerned he was not physically going to be able to do this job I would think that if you that seems to be a fair expectation right I mean Stephen might be in my being a bigot against people and it doesn't seem to be like a fair expectation if you're concerned about being able to physically do the job yeah I mean all jobs have qualifications so you can't I mean you can't be a policeman or firefighter without going to a physical so I mean it depends on what the job is but you know I guess it all depends that's where we are anyway so we it's Friday and we're also watching some of this breaking news it's coming about as well because apparently it's not just one oil tanker that was seized it might be too we're going to we're going to address that when we come up into a headlines in the meantime as we get moving on wanted to also tell you we'll we'll we'll try to get to some hate mail on that too as we get moving on I it when I whenever I go to the gym I got some people go to the gym and they can listen to the music and the jam I can't because it's always something awful it's always like dance music or some done anything against dance music it's just not my jam I want to really get your buds that wireless your budget because I'm lifting I don't want wires to get caught up on what I'm doing I want to really get your budget kind of blocks out the crappy Jim music and I can just sort of zone out and do what I need to do and to get our a a really good workout I lift weights I don't I don't really do cardio stuff I just lift weights and that's my cardio and I have to have my ear buds and one of the things that I could not stand about the apple ear buds where there's goofy little stems and I honestly don't think it fit my years well and it just you know the plastic I know that they were trying to make it very Organon Michael just didn't work so I was checking out the ray con your **** first off there like half the price of all of the other premium wireless earbuds are out there but they sound great and they're incredibly comfortable I have the recon II fifty those are the ones that I have and they have these they send you this little thing of various sized gel pads that you can put on the ear buds that really make them fit perfectly into your ear and they send you various sizes you can really customize it it's easy to do and it fits in my you're perfectly I don't have any wires or stems hanging down and I ate you know of it it's a better a better places the ear bud in your ear so you can hear better makes it sound better and it's more it's just more comfortable that way they sound great they look great they're discreet and they come in and a ton of different colors at an unbeatable price you have to check out.

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Washington State Supreme Court Rules Against Homophobic Florist

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Washington State Supreme Court Rules Against Homophobic Florist

"The Washington supreme court has ruled against a Christian florist for a second time for refusing to provide flowers for same sex. Wedding marinole Stutzman believes her case is about basic American freedoms, if not everyone's freedom to believe without fear of government punishment. If the government can kill you what did she must celebrate take all your own? If you declined to violate your face, and we don't live in a free America. You stand undis- issue same sex marriage. We can all agree to stand for freedoms,

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