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Businesses struggle to fix supply chains disrupted by virus

Overnight re-air of day's programming

02:49 min | 10 months ago

Businesses struggle to fix supply chains disrupted by virus

"You mentioned really supply chain so many U. S. companies by intermediate goods as part of creating their final product so supply chain issues we don't have any real evidence on that yet and I'd say the last channel was really financial markets they who which which enjoys themselves can be a channel for the transmission of of risk off behavior which gonna which can affect economic behavior so we'll be looking at all of that it's way too early to say whether what that what it will amount to which is going to have to wait to see if there's not isn't there's no way to be kind of confident that anyone's assessment in their range of assessments based on based on what you just said I think I know your answer but I'll ask it anyway the report all it mentioned a number of reasons one is the the terrorist between our country and in China and the impact that it's had had on China and in subsidiary companies but also automation in the increase in automation that does that sound consistent with with relocating the supply chains well that's yes separate from the the questions about the virus there clearly has been on the part of American companies a lot of activity in in moving to other jurisdictions like Vietnam in particular gets mentioned quite a bit I saw a report last week a number of other countries have have had American business moving their production activities out of China to other two two other locations and that that's certainly has happened including the United States yes thank you or relocating back to the United States I guess along those same lines I I represent part of Memphis and West Tennessee in Memphis that's not my district was the announcement Amazon made two or three weeks ago that they are locating a new facility there thousand jobs in incidently had questions on the minimum wage they're going to start their wages at least fifteen dollars an hour plus benefits they talked about these new jobs in in combination with automation automation in terms of I came in in shipping you've talked about your concerns of automation and the effect that will have on one employment in the future can you see the two co existing versus like with the Samsung plant well over the last two and a half centuries we've seen advancing technology and there's been a concern that it would replace human labor and that has happened but what has happened though is it is made human labor over time more productive so there's displacement of current workers but over time advancing technology has led to rising incomes and the but that doesn't mean there won't be disruptions and a lot of pain for people in the short term but none the less the process over time has led to rising

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"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:55 min | 10 months ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To the weather or a over parts of north Mississippi and also eastern portions of West Tennessee impacted too by the wintry weather will have another traffic update coming up in a few moments on Memphis morning news but in the meantime we turn our attention to business what is happening around the mid south and joining us well no but a person to tell us about it then the managing editor of Memphis business journal we say good morning to our friend Meghan Nichols Hey Megan good morning how are you good happy Friday to them thank you so much easy to get into work today using my maxed out credit cards from Christmas just use that as a windshield scraper and here we are to talk about hopefully some warmer weather soon I know folks love water parks and sounds like maybe one coming to the region yes it's kind of a big story this week we found out that great wolf lodge which is the water park chain they have locations across the U. S. as well as Canada they are apparently I in Jackson Tennessee for potential location we spoke to the Jackson chambers president he said the deal was not finalized but they are on that path to an agreement and if that development comes to fruition that is estimated to be about a hundred and fifty million dollar investment they would create five hundred jobs so in addition to the actual water park this whole resort had the hotel restaurant various entertainment amenities to go along with that but this would also be about five hundred thousand annual visitors that they would expect to come to this water parks is still a long ways to go on this but they are hoping to get construction started on that in the second quarter of twenty twenty one that is interesting I wonder if they're looking at putting that just simply between the Memphis in the Nashville metro areas and I don't know I guess maybe I guess parts of northern or southern Kentucky would probably draw from that as well it's an interesting location though that's exactly what they're looking at they draw from about three hours away from wherever they are I think it's a very strategic placement there in Jackson all right so we talked about that we talked about West Tennessee any more development happening maybe a little bit closer to Memphis yeah so we have a couple of downtown things happening so historic hunt Phelan estate on Beale street they actually have a new owner so big river partners which that's the development group behind the massive future union road downtown development they actually purchased the hunt Phelan house so one of those developers said kind of all options were still on the table for what they might do with that property but they have previously presented some plans that showed that they would build apartment buildings around that a state but we're gonna have to kind of wait to see how the hunt Phelan house gets incorporated into those larger plans but just as a little kind of fun number saying that how bought for one point six five million in twenty fifteen it just sold for five point two five million not a bad payday for the previous owner no no no not at all I staying downtown I saw something where I guess an existing hotels as Sheraton may be looking to add on just because of what's expected around the pension area and the convention center yeah exactly so the owners of the downtown at the Sheraton they are proposing a massive editions of those plans call for a more than three hundred room addition as well as ten million dollars just an upgrade to the existing six hundred grams that they have so they are asking for a thirty year property tax break as part of that but you said you know this year than in the catch the convention center so it's really important that that gets updated as you know the dimensions that are right now is undergoing its own you know two hundred plus million dollar renovation so still waiting on that actually have to get a lot of approval but they would want to start construction on the renovations within the next couple years and then have that massive edition down by twenty twenty five so we'll keep an eye on all of that that sounds like that might be a license to print money for them once that renovation of the convention center comes of it sounds like that might be smart money ten million that they'll they'll get that back and then some I would suspect sure yeah all right let's see got a couple minutes to any food news to squeeze in this morning I do have some through man's but this week it is a closure SO elemento pizza they announce that they are going to be shutting down their crosstown concourse location and that was to take place February sixteenth however crosstown concourse representative said that they are already in talks with the potential new tenants and they hope to back fill that this brings the little silver lining there but element of people that will be closing later this month well goodness okay so there's your food news what's what else is coming up in the Memphis business journal what have you got so I recently sat down with the new president and CEO of FedEx custom critical at Ramona hood and her appointment to that role actually marks the first time in the history of fat acts than African American woman has run a FedEx operating company so you can see that conversation and a whole lot more at Memphis business journal dot com that sounds good looking forward to it Hey I saw you on the news the other day you're you're you're you're like super famous now perhaps you know I don't know I thank you thank you for Sloman with us and come in on on all the multimedia boxes thank you are you calling the checked radio one are you podcasting too I would suspect you're probably everywhere the one thing I haven't done yet you might have to help me with that okay we will we will definitely work on that Meghan Nichols follow her at M. B. J. nickel she's here she's there she's everywhere she is the managing editor of the Memphis business journal Meghan thanks so much for your time and looking forward to talking to you again real real soon have a great weekend you take them one of my all time favorite people in the show Meghan Nichols and catch the Memphis business journal for sure and stay ahead of the curve on what's happening around town I promise you it may not it may not technically raise your I. Q. but you'll you'll seem smarter to everybody else around you that is for sure seven fifty one tomorrow university Memphis tiger basketball on the air that starts at three o'clock with the tip off but the actual beginning of all the fun and festivities is it too with the pre game show tiger sticking on South Florida tomorrow and they're going for four in a row and only game out of first American athletic conference so is some opportunity perhaps to make some ground tomorrow given some other results across the league we'll keep our fingers crossed but Jeff right we'll get you on the air tomorrow starting at two o'clock right here on six hundred W. R. E. C. N. ninety two point one FM thirty degrees right now wind chill of twenty five sort of county schools running on a two hour delay north port north point easy for me to say Christian schools running on a one hour delay hardamon McNary hard in counties are closed today.

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Oregon's Ghost Forest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Oregon's Ghost Forest

"Welcome to kids myths and mysteries. I'm your host kid chrome today the Oregon Ghost forest here I am deviating from ghost town to ghost forest but Oregon's ghost forest is perhaps one of the area's natural phenomenon you'll see what she'll be looking at three low tides roles in researchers aren't sure when the force was buried but by most accounts it was likely a massive cascadia subduction zone earthquake that did it in a last one hit in the winter of seventeen hundred and the next one is expected someday soon some locals attests that the I was always visible for decades but it didn't gain popularity until that winter of nineteen ninety seven ninety eight when storms pummeled the coast and Uncut birds more and more of the trees today the ghost force can be seen year-round during low tide though exceptional low tide one that approach a minus to feed reveal far more of the trees and is usually seen from the NASCAR when beach parking lot walk South along the Beach Pass proposal rock Ross through small stream and you'll see the stumps rising out of the sand created by the same kind of massive earthquake expected to strike Oregon in the very near future the ghost force is not only reminder the past but a chilling almond for what destruction may lay ahead sometimes the true power of nature lies limits devastation rushing just beneath our feet for centuries these old stumps were hidden under the sand peaking above the surf only briefly every couple of days gauge the Ghost Forces near proposal rock is part of the NASCAR went beach state recreation site the stumps what's left of the tree best seen in winter Bentley were from Sitka spruce trees that grew a hundred and fifty to two hundred feet when the quake hit that drop them into the ocean the ground apparently descended twenty five feet it was January twenty six seventeen hundred approximately nine pm Pacific standard time to be exact the earthquake was said to be a magnitude eight or nine which lasted five or six minutes it occurred along the Cascadia Subduction Zone six hundred miles stretch between Vancouver Island British Columbia and Cape Mendocino California American research issues carbon dating on the spruce trees Pete and fossilized Plas Sitka spruce as far apart as Washington Northern California guide from the high waters during the name few decades sometime between sixteen ninety five and seventeen twenty their rings were wide right up to to the last ring proving that a sudden event rather than slow sea level rise was the culprit earthquake this mysterious area is fairly easy to access only fifteen miles north of Lincoln City Oregon Highway One at milepost ninety eight you will find the quiet community of Nascar on the properties on the Dunes directly in front of proposal rock at the timing is right you'll be able to see the stumps to the south of you and beyond Slab Creek which runs through the beach towards the proposal rock and dumps into the ocean you'll need to navigate across his creek and it's a little cold but it's worth it to walk among these ancient spruce uh-huh organs ghost force was produced here at night I will sound studio and brought to you by the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library and I'll creak cabinet writers St at Al Creek Cabin Dot Com? Check it out this kid chrome reminding you to listen tomorrow when I conclude one of the most bizarre stories. I've ever run across I call it. Where did billy go it's about an eleven year old boy that vanished from his backyard just outside of Tucson Arizona WanNa in front of twenty two adult witnesses and was found wandering fifteen hundred miles distant in south west Tennessee three days later that's tomorrow once day the twenty third on kits myths and mysteries I'm kit chrome thanks for listening

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Escaped inmate raises questions about prison guard shortage

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Escaped inmate raises questions about prison guard shortage

"Thank you the escape of a dangerous in may from a prison in Tennessee is raising more questions tonight about the nationwide shortage of prison guards Chris Watson was we capture just a just hours after he was spotted on a home security camera about ten miles from the West Tennessee state penitentiary Watson is accused of sexually assaulting and murdering a present executive last Wednesday before driving away on a tractor Watson's brazen escape highlights a prison system that is overcrowded and understaffed in the summer via front explains this threatens not only the safety of inmates and guards but also communities outside prison walls Watson was on the run for at least an hour before corrections officers realized he wasn't at the prison when word of his escape spread the community was on edge in the middle of the night you look at some persons fan outstanding refrigerator for just an outsider though yeah I was I was frightened at first prison break outs are not isolated incidents nationwide in the past few months brazen escape have happened from Washington state to Missouri in Indiana making quality bomb is with the council of state governments justice center you talk to other folks directors of southern states systems but I've heard them more news news sports like epidemic to describe how serious the problem is in their state there are more than eighteen hundred government run adult prisons across the country and staffing shortages are problem from Oregon to Oklahoma jobs often go unfulfilled in Tennessee ten percent of correctional jobs are vacant in Maryland it's nearly twenty percent corrections officer advocates say part of the reason for the shortage is the high turnover rate the danger of the job and the pay the average corrections officer makes approximately twenty one dollars an hour and just over forty four thousand dollars a year it's a complex set of forces a

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Escaped inmate raises questions about prison guard shortage

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Escaped inmate raises questions about prison guard shortage

"The escape of a dangerous in may from a prison in Tennessee is raising more questions tonight about the nationwide shortage of prison guards Chris Watson was we capture just a just hours after he was spotted on a home security camera about ten miles from the West Tennessee state penitentiary Watson is accused of sexually assaulting and murdering a present executive last Wednesday before driving away on a tractor Watson's brazen escape highlights a prison system that is overcrowded and understaffed in the summer be affronted explains this threatens not only the safety of inmates and guards but also communities outside prison walls Watson was on the run for at least an hour before corrections officers realized he wasn't at the prison when word of his escape spread the community was on edge in the middle of the night you look at some parts on the stand outside in refrigerator for just an outsider though yeah I was I was frightened at first prison break outs are not isolated incidents nationwide in the past few months brazen escape have happened from Washington state to Missouri in Indiana making quite a bomb is with the council of state governments justice center you talk to other folks directors of southern states systems but I've heard them more news news sports like epidemic to describe how serious the problem is in their state there are more than eighteen hundred government run adult prisons across the country and staffing shortages are problem from Oregon to Oklahoma jobs often go unfulfilled in Tennessee ten percent of correctional jobs are vacant in Maryland it's nearly twenty percent corrections officer advocates say part of the reason for the shortage is the high turnover rate the danger of the job and the pay the average corrections officer makes approximately twenty one dollars an hour and just over forty four thousand dollars a year it's a complex set of forces a put him altogether and that's how you get that but some states are trying to close the gap here in Tennessee the state Senate just passed a seven and a half percent pay raise your credit I tracked corrections officers to fill those hundreds of vacant

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Tennessee, Curtis Ray And West Tennessee State Penitentiary discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Tennessee, Curtis Ray And West Tennessee State Penitentiary discussed on Morning Edition

"A prison inmate in Tennessee is back in custody five days after he escaped authorities say they believe Curtis ray wants and sexually assaulted and killed the department of corrections employee at the West Tennessee state penitentiary at her home before fleeing he's expected to be arraigned this week on charges that include first degree

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Tennessee, Administrator And Curtis discussed on WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson

WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Tennessee, Administrator And Curtis discussed on WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson

"A Tennessee convicts suspected of killing a corrections administrator last week before skipping present on a tractor has been finally captured Curtis once and arrested coming out of a soybean field Sunday in the West Tennessee community of

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Escaped Tennessee prison inmate captured after 5-day manhunt

Handel on the Law

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Escaped Tennessee prison inmate captured after 5-day manhunt

"An intense manhunt has finally ended in West Tennessee after an escaped inmate who was suspected in the death of a prison employee was finally caught CBS news correspondent Jonathan figure laudi has the latest convicted kidnapper an accused rapist and murderer critiques watching busted in the back of a cop car and no longer a fugitive after five days on the run just hours before his capture Watson was caught on surveillance camera dressed in camo rifling through a refrigerator on a property not far from the

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Escaped inmate accused of murder captured in Tennessee

Sterling

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Escaped inmate accused of murder captured in Tennessee

"Down in search of the escaped inmate in Tennessee wanted for murder of a prison employee has now been captured ABC's will Rivera has details there was a sighting of Curtis ray Watson very early this morning the department of correction releasing photos taken by a resident who notified authorities Watson had been seen on their property he's changed his clothes he's now wearing overalls hat carrying a backpack overnight investigators also increasing the reward for his capture two fifty seven thousand dollars once in disappeared from a West Tennessee state penitentiary on Wednesday officials say he sexually assaulted and strangled a longtime prison employee before fleeing on a

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Tennessee, Curtis Ray Watson And West Tennessee State Penitentiary discussed on Hollywood 360

Hollywood 360

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Tennessee, Curtis Ray Watson And West Tennessee State Penitentiary discussed on Hollywood 360

"Still son of an escaped convict in Tennessee despite a huge manhunt there that's been underway for about three days state officials think Curtis ray Watson kill the corrections employee on the grounds of the West Tennessee state penitentiary and then go away here's correspondent Omar via Franco Watson worked in the rural Tennessee prison as a farm labor officials say he escaped on a tractor and abandoned it about a mile away Watson is suspected of murdering sixty four year old corrections administrator Deborah Johnson in her home on prison grounds the morning he escaped she had worked for the department of corrections for thirty eight years everything about Deborah I simplified professionalism in her care for both the people she work for work

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"west tennessee" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on KGO 810

"In West Tennessee you're on edge as a thirties look for in skate inmate after prison employee was found dead here's more from correspondent John Lawrence a manhunt is on for Curtis ray Watson the forty four year old escape the West Tennessee state penitentiary Wednesday Tony Parker the commissioner of the state's department of corrections has Watson was discovered missing after a long time corrections official was found dead performance dryer Deborah Johnson was found in her residence deceased at the West Tennessee state penitentiary there was indication in her residence that file play was involved Johnson's career with the state's department of corrections started in January nineteen eighty one Mr Johnson served in numerous positions in the department of corrections across the state including correctional sergeant Dave the warden warden and most recently as a correctional ministry for the west region after Johnson's body was found Wednesday morning a prison lockdown went into a fact and that's when officials noticed Watson was gone rest assured that we will find this offender and bring justice to the family of Deborah jobs Watson was serving a fifteen year sentence for a specially aggravated kidnapping is current sentence was set to expire in twenty twenty five I'm John Lawrence we'll check the roadways with mark Nieto coming up with that major problem in the south San Jose that's coming up in just a few moments on KGO a ten when news happens there are calls in both el Paso Texas and Dayton Ohio for president trump to cancel his visits there today with the story and talk about it on KGO eight ten travel advice from to bring this woman is a breath so she went to the UK and she goes I am followed you for a few days was applying for a visa to come to the US for my waivers for the clients really took me off there the check your social media so if you're gonna go to England don't follow me on Instagram or Twitter because I don't want to be the reason that you can't get past customs this led to Frank apparently people a few now works of custom CPT case it might not three to six on KGO eight ten if you don't know your numbers you don't know your business meet Evan Goldberg founder of net sweet I had to learn that the hard way with my first company that's why I started net sweet I needed to see everything that was going on with my business in one place so we built the world's first cloud business system and after twenty years over sixteen thousand companies run their businesses on that sweet everything you need to keep growing is in one place financials HR commerce customer info and more net sweet gives you the visibility and control you need to make smart decisions and grow with confidence that's why companies.

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"west tennessee" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The West Tennessee state penitentiary Watson wasn't present for roll call Johnson found dead shortly thereafter Tennessee correction commissioner Tony Parker rest assured that we will find this offender and bring justice to the family of there but jons reinstitution what's in a state from as a working farm for inmates investigators say he made good his escape on a tractor immigration authorities hits seven chicken processing plants in Mississippi taking nearly seven hundred mostly Latino workers in the custody they were taken to Jackson Mississippi for processing the house Judiciary Committee takes a step toward possible impeachment proceedings the committee filed a federal lawsuit seeking to force the testimony of former White House counsel dom began on his interactions with president trump Richard Kansu ABC news another opportunity for me to spend a little time with my prosthodontics Dr Ellie freedman how are you thank you choice you have an anesthesiologist on the staff correct we have multiple options available as far as anesthesia goes from just the nitrous oxide all the way to full general anesthesia for patients come visit us at Freeman dental group will be able to sit down and try to alleviate all your fears and friendly kind manner and that's we try to do every single day for patients to there you have it you don't have to have fear of pain you don't have to have fear of cost because there are financing programs available for you and if you can get this work done in one day that was amazing right we do twelve transformations in one they were getting your teeth whitened for to something that's very complex that really requires experts in the field everything can it be accommodated in one dental practice setting for patients there are four locations.

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"west tennessee" Discussed on Froning and Friends

Froning and Friends

15:24 min | 1 year ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on Froning and Friends

"The campaign. Straight line to it's amazing oxygen. I need air. What was the deal with the alligator in the punt? All my gosh, I think it's terrifying. Okay back. What was it about a month and a half, two months ago? We're tasers sent that message to the group about it was like, did you guys, alligators making Tennessee? Oh, yeah. Because they're coming up the Mississippi. And they're in west Tennessee, okay? Okay. No, not alligators here. Yes. She's she sends this message. She's like you think there could be an alligator in the pond. I can't wait to do this. Of course that was. I was like, yeah, that's gonna there's a six hundred or seven hundred foot elevation change from cookeville to dad's house into alligator gonna crawl up that hill. Anyway. He. So I texted down, I was like look at this, and he's like, oh, we can take care of that. So he ordered a alligator head. Okay. Here. Here. He got us pretty. He bought a boat to put underneath alligator head, so it would wrong remote control. It's legit. Well, so I wasn't there. So I can't really tell speak to the whole story where you were there. It was there. Yeah. It was kind of, like so people are like talking about alligators a lot for some reason plants. Yeah. Exactly. Right and chain kind of leaving for a little bit. So we have barbecue there and then it got dark. Like Tia was in the pond retrieving the remote control boat. And she found it, so I don't know how she found it, but she likes somehow found it and then she comes out and all of a sudden there's a big scene. And like you know there's light shining on the pond. And there's something in there. It's most is that a turtle? No, like I don't know what it is. House grabs him handgun runs back out. Search shootings. Like, you know, probably I don't know. Volved whatsoever and Shane and tear like, oh, my gosh. I can't believe you know, and tastes like. So it was completely setup to shade.

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"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

"An informal adviser. This is Fox News. The news you want to know, I lied to congress about one thing said no collusion with the Russian hoax. The news you need to know. Sometimes you have to walk six hundred E C and ninety two point one FM pay. It's March let me do your part. What do you mean? I know what you're gonna say. Everybody knows what you're going to say. No, you don't pay it's March. And you know, what that means was tournament time and nothing goes better with a high flying excitement of basketball action like center where BQ okay, I was going to say that. Of course, you were enjoy delicious. It's worth Kee ribs. While you cheer gets Duke support, pork while you hate on Kansas, doesn't that see I told you? I knew what you're going to say, what am I going to say now known you? You'll just granted another mention of central barbecue. The now nothing we're out of time Christian conservative successful businessman, Paul rose. Four state Senate born and raised in western Paul rose will work with governor Lee to grow our economy. Protect life and defend our second amendment rights. I look forward to taking our western values to national and fighting for the causes believe in west Tennessee contrast, Paul rose. He's one of us on conservative business stand Paul rose. And I would be honored to have your vote for states early voting ends on March election day is Tuesday March twelfth paid for by call rose for Senate Missy Marshall treasury Christian conservative successful businessman. Paul those four states born and raised in west Tennessee, Paul rose will work with governor Lee to our economy. Protect life and defend our second amendment rights. I look forward to taking our west Tennessee values to national fighting. We believe in west Tennessee contrast, rose, he's one of us. I'm conservative business band whole rose, and I would be honored to heavier. Those early voting ends on March election day is Tuesday, March twenty four by police were Senate Missy Marshall treasurer. Hi, RIC Edelman here. Join.

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"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"west tennessee" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Page, and it's just a picture of the label that the U L label that you get on a lamp or something like that or any kind of device you plug into a wall. It's got the voltage Scott, the watts either watts amps, and I had to figure out whether or not I could plug something into an outlet. And it occurred to me that I had no idea how to do this. So I had to look it up today. And I was musing on Facebook that you know, and I hope this has changed since I was in school practical applications of the concepts of current. I think it's an important thing to pass along to students figure out how many amps you you have before before you start plugging stuff into your power strip. You know what I mean? Anyway. It was people are giving me hell for that. Because it's one of those things that like doll. You didn't know that will know my teacher in high school never walked us through the practical applications of circuit loads. So now, I'm fifty and now, I know just one of those I do remember his name, Dave. But I'm not gonna it was a nice person who's nice person. He let me turn an extra credit once on using the law of conservation of bass and energy to prove poltergeist existed. Yes, he let me turn that extra credit. And it was so amused. I got points. So I'm not gonna say his name is a good, dude. Just didn't ever walk us through the practical applications of circuit loads. And I think that's kind of important just FYI. So I looked it up today. There's call now there's calculators they're not to the square root of what is it the square root of watch time something to get amps. I forget and even commit the equation of memory because I have a calculator all right on to well back to Wisconsin. We go. State Senator Steve NAS is on the phone with me right now. Reappointed chairs the chair to two committees. One of them is actually kind of a committee that it's I think it's my favorite committee, Steve. And that's the committee that is the joint committee for review of administrative roles. I'm the one who thinks that's fun. But it's good to have you on the show. Thanks for joining me today. You're welcome. All right, Steve. So. Controversial pieces of legislation. First off before we get to the controversial pieces of legislation that aren't actress actually controversial love to have one. Reporter explain how any of this is controversial because I don't think any of the reporters even know what the legislation is. I haven't seen it yet. So, but I'm seeing that someone is introduced a piece of legislation to require a two thirds vote to have the legislature pass anything in an end of year session. Now that would be an end of year session beat a lame duck session a special session at the end of the year. What's the status on that? What is you know? It's the story behind that. Well, a two-thirds vote, really? The Republicans obviously are in control. And if the minority party, we're in control, they certainly would not do that. Because you give power similar to the Senate in Washington DC, you give power to the minority. I don't know why you would do that that. You wouldn't get anything done at the end of the session is what it is. And they're still stopping their feet. Whatever we did a couple of weeks ago. They believe was just whatever you wanna call it unconstitutional wrong narrow minded we heard all the names. We haven't heard much of why they think it's bad. It's just the name calling immediately starts, and so it's just a continuation of it was wrong. They're like a little pit bull. And they're not gonna they're not. They're not gonna give up. All right. So don't do spirit pit bulls. Steve I soon as I said at night. So so what now? Does. To look out for what is that? What is the risk now? How do we have we done everything we can to protect the gains in the last eight years, we done everything we can to protect the voter ID law. We done everything we can to protect ten to protect some of the other things the manufacturing agriculture tax credit, the tort reform changes that were made the venue change that was made as everything, you know, pretty much set. And and now it's just a matter of of having someone oversee the executive in the rulemaking process. Yeah. I I do believe that we have done much. In fact, what we believe we can do to protect the things you just mentioned which basically moves much of that over into statute, even the let's see voter ID. For example. There were some things that were by executive order that governor Walker had done Tony could've come in and just remove the executive order. And then we open ourselves to new challenges. And can we even use voter? I d. In its present form anymore. So that's over into statute. So if Tony and the Democrats want to change it you've got to introduce legislation, and you have to run it through the process like you would any other Bill, and that is where we can stop those changes, whether it's right to work prevailing wage voter. I d we moved much of that over into into statute. Now, the other potential end run in this is where the committee that I co chair becomes way. More important is that the agencies when they get up and running. And when obviously those will be left lefties that are going to be appointed to those agencies and even down the chain, and some of the assistance and so forth. What they can do is create an administrative rule, we have statutes in place and to the Republicans credit. We have checked a lot of things and given the much of that power back to the people in the legislators who were sent to Madison. And so what can happen? Now is the agencies can look at a statute that's on the books, and they can create administrative rules. The power of the administrative rule committee. Now is is even more important because we can block those rules. We just did that and people think oh my God, you're going to be partisan. No because we just did one back in September and early October that was the chronic wasting disease deer hunting. Do we need to do something? Sure. It was just ill-timed. That was the problem. Now, it's a Republican legislature, obviously, a Republican governor, and what did the committee? Do we stepped in on behalf of we the people and said, no, we're not gonna do this role right now, bow and arrow deer hunting is already out there. We're not gonna create confusion we have time to to do this. Do it right. And get it up and running for next year. That's what happened, and that's the power that we have given that committee and legislator. So that's what we have to be careful for. Or that the departments? Don't all of a sudden try to create administrative rules that will interfere with the people's right to do business commerce and everything else. So now, it's on this committee, and there's a couple of other committees. You're actually in another committee that takes a look at regulation. But it's it's it's it's it's incumbent upon this committee to be vigilant in policing, the rules also guidance we were talking about that and something that you had done. This is a total commonsense. Good government. Change guidance documents have to be published. So that people know what's going on? Because guidance documents have started to seep in and substitute for administrative rules now rules, go through a process, but guidance documents are just that they're just guidance. Suddenly you start behaving as if the guidance document is an actual regulation. Nobody actually knows because they don't see it. And so that suddenly becomes sort of a de facto rule without anybody saying anything. So now your job is to police this process. But Steve there's a lot of administrate boring. Boring stuff, you know, pages, I imagine of just Administrative Bureau speak, and now it's up to you guys to make sure that there isn't something embedded in there that potentially can unwind undermine or otherwise interrupt the process of of duly pass legislation. That's true. That's a that's a huge responsibility. And some of that stuff could put you to fleet. But it's it is a responsibility you have to take very seriously because something could slip through and we don't want that to happen in one of the things. In addition to the guidance documents that we touched on was the the rules, and and the session we just had about a week ago and made changes one of the changes we made was that when a rule in. I guess I can use the example CW de we objected to the rule that means that the legislature now when we go into session, we have to pass a Bill to legally stop that rule if that doesn't happen in the next session we made a change a week and a half ago that says we can also object to it in the next session. If there was something that stopped us from getting legislation passed we can once again object to that rule. Now, the guidance document is another good thing that happened during that session a week and a half ago, and what that says is these guidance? Documents that we kind of joked about being in a lower drawer of a desk because nobody would generally the public doesn't know what are these guidance documents? Where are they what do they do? Well, we have put in we have put in requirements now that those documents have to be public. They have to be published. The public gets to comment on those guidance documents all of this should these are just a continuation of reforms we've done since act ten one after the other after the other in the guidance document is just another one of those reforms the public has a right to know, what those guidance documents are in and how does it impact their business or their personal lives? Let me ask about something that isn't related to sort of the regulatory end. And this is the changes that were made in the legislature to early voting. So early voting has been reined in a bit. This is obviously, you know, they're dragging it into court. Some folks expect that maybe one or two things that were associated with the early voting changes could potentially get hung up in court, which your sense about that. Because it appears that you know, when you when the Democrats can can get a foot, they'll take two miles. You know? So you think we're going to be able to maintain some of the the rational changes that were made to that. You know, you don't have a an out of control train in Milwaukee and Madison. Doing early voting for the entire summer months prior to an election to try to you know, to try to put their thumb on the scale. Right. I I'm optimistic about that. Because before when we went in and tried to make changes, and it went to court, we were more specific about the hours of operation. That's because we when we take Milwaukee, for example that put in a half million dollars for early voting. I'm out here in a tunnel LaGrange. They cannot afford to be doing that. And so here here's where I could have early voted on Tuesday or Thursday from nine thirty to eleven thirty..

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President, President Trump and Russia discussed on Phil Valentine

Phil Valentine

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

President, President Trump and Russia discussed on Phil Valentine

"The British government is doubling down on their accusations. That Russia is responsible for the nerve agent poisoning of a former Russian spy in his daughter while they were in England may says prosecutors have charged two men with the attack back in March during the two thousands Russia commenced to proven to test means of delivering nerve agents including by application to door handles. We will right to say in March that the Russian state was

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Rival Korea leaders to meet in Pyongyang in September

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Rival Korea leaders to meet in Pyongyang in September

"A senior North Korean official, has suggested that the leaders of north and South Korea may meet him Pyongyang, as, on voice from the rival nations discuss setting the summit date. And venue amid an ongoing nuclear standoff South Korean. President and, North Korea's leader who have had two meetings so far this year previously agreed to meet again sometime in the fall. In Pyongyang but released no concrete details the meeting, comes amid growing worries about the north Nuclear

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"west tennessee" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The tv is placed one of its public information officers on leave with pay they say it was due to his potential involvement in a criminal investigation concerning jason lock your call jason was acting director at the tb i but left after an investigation began when his wife sent an email to the governor alleging he had an affair with a woman who worked for the state department of mental health and used state funds to do it michael jones is the cio for west tennessee for the i and although it's not clear why jones is part of the investigation he did work for the state department of mental health in two thousand seventeen before he came to the more north korea new talks secretary of state mike pompeo flying there at the end of the week a spokeswoman telling reporters he'll have about a day and a half worth of meetings about us expectations that the regime denuclearize we go into this is wide open were consi continuing our conversations and also our consultations with the north korean government about what the president and what kim jong un agreed to at the summit secretary of state mike pompeo is expected in north korea on friday that's the latest news brought to you by brought to you by paul winkler inc from the genesis diamonds wgn traffic center right now looking at a crash of against the wall here in franklin sixty five northbound at mcewen other ranks out here include murphysboro blanket foothill to ride it's been a mess from that rv fire from earlier on twenty four eastbound trying to get past all hp just adding to that big delay now on twenty four east g league national headed out the murphy's borough this traffic report is brought to you by the.

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"west tennessee" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"That safety so that they can grow and produce what they what they need to to grow and produce the district congressman david kostov says all americans and especially members of congress needs to understand the important contributions of our farmers and supporting passage of a new farm bill does send that message seattle see how hard off bombers work throughout throughout western throughout the state and the fact of the matter is is that from the security standpoint i think every american wants to make sure that their food is grown and produced white here in the united states because if we have to start to rely on on other countries to feed us then we're going to be we're going to be in bad shape gustov says there's no doubt supporting our farmers is part of our national security and he believes even though there are some political differences with the farm bill when it comes to the nutrition title there should be a consensus among republicans and democrats to work together to find a way to get this bill through i think that when when you look at the bill you'll see that it streamlines regulations and reduces regulations and it'll take the agricultural risk coverage and the price loss coverage options through the year twenty twenty three so that should give some certainty to our to our farmers style says he's proud to represent the farmers of west tennessee and is hopeful the house of representatives will pass a farm bill this year that will ensure continued safe food supply for people who live in in west tennessee and tennessee inequality the nation want to make sure that their that their food is safe then that they've got plenty of it and our farmers do a good job of making sure that.

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"west tennessee" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on KGO 810

"Awesome blonde it can son somehow it can go from salt to fresh water and they've been spotted as far north as saint louis missouri up the mississippi river along that vein from news three w r e g memphis tennessee real headline seven foot alligators cited in river near memphis so now you've got sharks and alligators going up the mississippi yeah tennessee wildlife resources agency personnel captured a seven foot alligator on video in the wolf river wildlife management area fight fayette county thank you fit in south west tennessee by the way that so they'll start going up the mississippi i'm just saying what the heck is going on is a big gator to that's a seven footer is not some tiny little baby so bull sharks and alligators now in memphis that's not good don't go in the water and then you get the brain eating amoeba too i'll stick with a nicely chlorinated or saltwater slash colour in aided pool man i need to get one of those someday one of those i do i love saltwater pools man they're the best so nice all right but speaking of what's in the water i know that our news readers read this but i'm still going with this headline from ap ap news.

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Stray bullet from neighbor's target practice kills woman in Michigan

24 Hour News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Stray bullet from neighbor's target practice kills woman in Michigan

"Good afternoon and thank you so much for joining us on this monday it is march twenty six and i'm jacky page for wwe j newsradio nine fifty wilder this afternoon with some sunshine that will see some rain later tonight the complete accuweather forecast is coming up right now detroit metro airport it's mostly sunny and forty four degrees w w j news time is now twelve oh three charges could be forthcoming when because a stray bullet hit and killed a seventy three year old woman in her home here was the story is wwe legal analyst charlie langton a man in his early twenties is being investigated after he was targetted practicing at a stray bullet hit and killed a seventy three year old woman in riley township in western saint clark county lieutenant shannon sims of the michigan state police says the two lived next to each other he was on his property which was jason to the victim's property and then line of sight of with the actual around west tennessee says the michigan state police forensic science division we'll be on the scene to collect evidence and state police could present a report to the prosecutor's office by the end of the week likely charges shooting into the dirt berm and obviously what he was doing wasn't a where we wouldn't be having this conversation the suspect is not in custody at this time charlie langton wj newsradio nine fifty the us has joined canada the ukraine in fifteen european nations and ordering out russian diplomats who are accused of being spies working under diplomatic cover ww j sandra mcneill is here live and local to explain sandra jackie oakland university political science professor peter trump says he's not surprised by the expulsions although he is surprised by the extent of those being expelled here in the us including the closure of an embassy in seattle trump or believes the mother investigation into president trump's business ties with russia may have played a role in his decision to do this i asked if this is a ramp up of the cold war it does come at a time when overall tensions between russia and the west or at a high point since the end of the cold war we're not gonna you can't really deny that that this is a new cold war that could warm up or become a hot war.

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"west tennessee" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Merle runs before the hour continuing from the national religious broadcasters convention in national we've had a wonderful wonderful visit you never really know who you're going to see season familiar faces this lady is uh often on television fighting for conservative values have interviewed her many times over the years she represents tennessee's seventh district i don't know how far that is here from nashville the congresswoman marsha blackburn what an honour it is to see you and and be in your beautiful state i think yeah sometimes i think tennessee is one of the great secrets of the country we failed to appreciate wound and hospitality tennessee and tennessee has three grand divisions you have the delta and the flatlands ever in west tennessee middle tennessee if we are we are right now is just beautiful rolling hills and then you get into the smoky mountains east tennessee upper east tennessee appellation it is justice with it lee beautiful but good people began big hearts heart aladi good conservative folks and a lot of people from around the country are moving here we have no state income tax and one of the best states in the country for doing business a real rose we speak i gotta gotta fido maybe just a little plot of land luck the no state income tax that just makes it just it's like a warm glow you know yes it is money in your pocket its families being able to do what they wanted to do and when i was in the state senate i led the fight against imposition of that state income tax it was a fouryear battle and the people of the state really rallied with me and we beat this back and then my former colleagues in the state senate and the state house members worked pulled together a resolution to put on the ballot an amendment to the constitution that says you will never have a state income tax in the state of tennessee and.

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"west tennessee" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"west tennessee" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"In west tennessee just like in tennessee just like an internist me when you lose forty one out of the georgia is not going to be a lot of love so he said you know the kinds of things that that you would have expected him to say it's a long season ended up at different narrative every we can and the big stat but he rolled out repeated multiple times was and this seem to be reaching the bottom of the problem what he said was there are eleven games that are negative or internal purpose in the country and of those eleven teams only three you have a winning record and we are one of them so we must be a good game now that's a pretty that that that was the ultimate defence invited me to be a bit of a stretch but it was it was that kennedy yeah and jeff said that's just seems to be who he is he's always throwing out the numbers that sound good but in reality don't add up by the end of the night how did it end well the vote but most of the real moment was when so they have their eyes on our a and high school football player of the week and it so happened that the football high school football player of the week or they honored this week of the fourstar offensive lineman from local cordova high school uh you know six four three hundred forty five pound who actually visiting tennessee the previous saturday.

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