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"william galvin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:36 min | Last week

"william galvin" Discussed on KGO 810

"I am willing to bet you're an even bigger fan of ETFs than you are of mutual funds and what's not to love. We like these investments because they offer diversification. We know that when you diversify, you are taking less risk because if you own a basket of a thousand stocks, so what if one of them goes broke, right? You got 990 on others to protect you. So diversification is a wonderful way, the most important way that investors reduce their investment risk. And this is what mutual funds and ETFs are famous for. But now, one fund company has just launched a bunch of ETFs that each hold one stock. You say we try that one again, huh? This is crazy. If you think about it, owning an ETF that has one stock, or you might as well just buy the one stock. You're taking the same level of risk. These ETFs hold PayPal, or Nike, or Pfizer, or Nvidia, or Tesla. They're meant to be short term trading vehicles. This doesn't make any sense for investors who believe in diversification and who believe in long-term investment holding. The SEC has now approved these single stock ETFs. They've also approved single bond ETFs. While the SEC has said okay to this, but what does Lori shock think? She's SEC's director of the office of investor education and advocacy. She says that these new single stocks single bond ETFs are even riskier than leveraged ETFs and inverse ETFs. Those are ETFs that borrow money or make bets that the stock market is going to fall. She said, quote, investors holding these funds will experience even greater volatility and risk than investors who hold the underlying stock itself. You see, the reason is, if you own a given stock, one single stock, and it goes down in value. Well, you can kind of hold on to it and hope it goes up the day after that. And it'll do that. The stock will fluctuate going up and down. But these single stock ETFs reset their values every day, meaning if you hold on to them for more than one day, you could end up with losses that are unrecoverable. Laurie said quote, investors should be aware that if they were to hold these funds for longer than a day, the performance of the funds may differ significantly from the liver inverse performance of the underlying stock during the same period. This is really crazy. It's gotten so questionable that William galvin, who is the chief securities regulator in Massachusetts, has announced an investigation into any brokerage firm that sells these things. He says that single stock ETFs are no different from gambling in a casino. He said, quote, under no circumstances, should an investor use these products as a long-term investment. Even SEC commissioner Caroline Crenshaw, who was on my show a couple of months ago, said quote, because of their risks, it would be challenging for any investment professional to recommend them while honoring their fiduciary obligations. Now, think about this for a second. This is what drives me crazy. The SEC has just said, okay, to an ETF company, go ahead, launch a single stock ETF. Go ahead, launch a single bond ETF. Even though some members of the commission think this is horrifically risky and can not be recommended by an adviser who's trying to serve as a fiduciary, meaning serving your best interests. Those two are mutually exclusive. You can't serve your best interests and simultaneously tell someone to buy this. And the SEC's own director of investor advocacy says this is ridiculously risky. The SEC said yes, anyway, to allowing the product onto the market. And then a securities regulator in Massachusetts says any adviser who does use it is going to come under our microscope. This drives me crazy. On the one hand, the government says, sure, we'll allow this product on the market while simultaneously saying anybody who recommends it is going to get in trouble. This is what makes it very frustrating for financial advisers. If the product is allowed on the market, then you ought to be able to use it. And if it isn't something that ought to be allowed to be used, why are you allowing it on the market? The SEC says that they are all focused about consumer protection, but I don't see how the approval of single stock ETFs is protecting consumers at all. Do not invest in single stock ETFs or single bond ETFs do not listen to any adviser who recommends that you should, or your future, could be in trouble. I'm Rick Edelman, and this is the truth about your future. Well, there's a new survey of 15,000 retirees. People ages 60 and above, the question, what is your single biggest challenge in retirement? That's kind of interesting. I would have thought that in retirement, your challenges are over, right? Aren't challenges associated with work and career and all that kind of success effort? Well, apparently, people in retirement face challenges too, the most common answers, people provided answering that question, what's your single biggest challenge in retirement quote? I miss doing the work that I love, or I don't think retiring is for me. I want to go back. Or I'm not sure what to do with my time. I feel lost. The journal of applied gerontology did a study. And determined that what you need is a strong purpose in life. It leads to a slower progression of chronic illness. So I've got a few questions for you. Are you doing in retirement and activity that you love? Are you good at it? Does the world need what you're offering? Can you get paid for it? As you approach retirement, as you are in retirement, these are the four questions you've got to keep in mind. Are you doing an activity that you love? Are you good at it? Does the world

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Americans started this election day, with their ballots already cast with Malin and early voting shattering records nationwide. Here in Massachusetts, more than 2.3 million voters voted early. And for the rest of the voters in the state. You have until eight o'clock this evening, Teo, get out to the polls and get out the vote. Secretary of State Bill Gallon expects record turnout today and Devil BBC's Mike Macklin spoke with Galvan and bright in as he cast his ballot may have heard it took me a few times to get my ballot accepted. My circles weren't quite dark enough Not for lack of enthusiasm for my choices. Secretary of State William Galvin, acknowledging the momentary problem he had when the ballot box at the Edison School in Brighton rejected his ballot. Galvan dark in the circles, signifying his choices. Problem solved. The secretary, saying he expects most voters should encounter no problems casting their ballot. The anecdotal reports we've had from around the state are early lines, but no long lines. That is to say there were lines at seven. But they're proceeding regularly. It's a steady pace throughout the whole state. Galvan, saying he expects a record voter turnout for this election, with at least 3.6 million Massachusetts voters casting their ballot in right Mike Macklin w B Z Boston's NewsRadio and It's not just the White House and Senate on the ballot there two questions to consider as well in Massachusetts, the right to repair expansion and ranked voting. And, of course, incumbent Senator Ed Markey. Is facing a challenge from Republican Kevin O'Connor, an attorney from Dover. There were some lines early this morning of polling stations, particularly in some Boston neighborhoods and among the voters who had to pack their patients. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh just wait in line for an hour at the Low Moon's library, and I was proud to vote number 76 in my precinct, and it's great to see so many people out there voting today. Last storefronts in Boston boarded up in anticipation of any election night demonstrations that might Get out of hand, Boston Police Commissioner William Gras says. While there will be officers at the polling stations like always, it won't be an overwhelming presence, Ross says in anticipation of any demonstrations getting out of hand tonight, police assets are in place to respond quickly. And, of course, Governor Baker has the National Guard activated on standby should they be needed? In the nation's capital, a temporary steel wall around the White House this election day per request of the Secret Service in Minneapolis. The government center boarded up businesses in New York City. I mentioned Boston but also D. C have boarded up. And while there are no credible threats of violence locally or in the nation's capital, we do know of a number of permit request for demonstrations. Certainly in D. C. Coming up A look a cove. It is a cold weather rolls in and we will continue our campaign coverage. But right now, 12 03 traffic and weather together and it's officially the Election Day lunchtime commute Kevin Brennan joining us now with the Subaru Retailers of New England, all wheel drive traffic on the threes. All right, Laura. Yeah, If you are heading out to vote right now, do expect a little extra traffic around your local polling stations. Even some of those roadways second, every roadways could be shut down around those areas. So be careful and X Do expect some long lines in some areas. But don't let that stop you from voting dress accordingly. For the weather. Bring a folding chair. If you have to in some snacks, and don't forget your mask, but get out there and vote today. It's certainly important Most of the major roadways are in pretty good shape right now. 93 North bound, okay through the Stella homestretch after clearing that earlier truck fire, you're looking pretty good up through stone, um, on into Wilmington, upper End a 1 28, Waltham, upto Lynnfield and back only take about 20 minutes there. Downtown Boston looking good on that lower decks. Take umbrage. Lever connectors OK in either direction. As on the river roads and airport tunnels over on route two weeks found roadwork at Winter Street exit 56. Lexington has just that left lane getting by and you got a minor slowdown getting by that south of town looking good on the expressway as well as Roots three and 24. Kevin Brennan. W B Z is traffic on the three's alright, Kevin will check back in 10 minutes,.

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FBI To Investigate Fire Set At Boston Ballot Dropbox

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

FBI To Investigate Fire Set At Boston Ballot Dropbox

"Set fire to a ballot Dropbox Sunday with 120 to balance for the November election. Inside 87 of the votes were still ledge, a ble enough to be recorded. The rest were destroyed. Massachusetts Secretary William Galvin says he's asked local jurisdictions to secure ballot boxes by moving them inside if necessary, as we go down the stretch in this election And they need police officers there. That's what they need to do. We'll deal with the compensation issues later. The FBI is investigating just days

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"william galvin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Future pandemics and also funding critical research I'm Diane Bernard this is P. PMS. Native American groups Dow hope the president will sign a measure designed to help law enforcement get a handle on a public safety issue that's plaguing tribal communities earlier this week Congress gave final approval to Savannah, Zach which addresses cases of missing and murdered indigenous people. It orders the Justice Department to develop guidelines to solve and prevent these cases while establishing data collection, Lisa, Kozara of North Dakota native vote says, the public finally is noticing that natives are easily targeted for horrific crimes and that this will hopefully bring some solace. It's considered positive considering you know this has been a long standing issue within any country that you know that missing and murdered indigenous women and indigenous people the bill is named after. Savannah? Gray wind pregnant native American woman who was brutally murdered in twenty seventeen her body was found along the North Dakota Minnesota border indigenous women face more violence than any other group. The National Institute of Justice says at least eighty, four percent of these women have been the target of sexual or other violence in their lifetimes. I'm might Mohan for the first time. Now registered voters Massachusetts could ask for mail in ballot a line and without any physical. Paperwork Secretary of State William Galvin the new mill in ballot online application system on Wednesday. The creation of the online portal was part of legislation passed the summer increase voting access in response to covid nineteen. Common Cause Massachusetts Executive Director Pam Wilmot thinks the large numbers of people voting by mail in the primary this month helped drive record turnout. It's crazy astonishing number of people that voted it was literally four and a half times the turnout of. Two Thousand Sixteen more than one point seven million people voted September Massachusetts primary election breaking a thirty year record for a state primary I'm Laura Raw sprouts him reporting and finally Eric Leonard tells us wildfires becoming more common and severe to climate change and it's warmer drier conditions across the West. Now health experts are warning that people exposed wildfire spoke are also at increased risk for covid nineteen infect Cheryl Perot's is a pulmonary.

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"william galvin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"American groups Dow. Hope the president will sign a measure designed to help law enforcement get a handle on a public safety issue that's plaguing tribal communities. Earlier this week Congress, gave final approval to Savannah Zach which addresses cases of missing and murdered indigenous people. It orders the Justice Department to develop guidelines to solve and prevent these cases while establishing collection Lisa Kozara of North Dakota native vote says the public finally is noticing that natives are easily targeted for horrific crimes and that this will hopefully bring some solace considered positive considering you know this has been a long standing issue within any country that you know the missing and murdered. Indigenous women and indigenous people, the bill is named after Savannah Gray wind pregnant native American woman who was brutally murdered in two thousand seventeen. Her body was found along the North Dakota. Minnesota border indigenous women face more violence than any other group. The National Institute of Justice says at least eighty, four percent of these women have been the target of sexual or other violence in their lifetimes. Mohan for the first time. Now, registered voters who Massachusetts could ask for valid on line and without any physical Paperwork Secretary of State William Galvin launched the new mail in ballot online application. On Wednesday, the creation of the online portal was part of legislation passed the summer increase voting access in response to Covid Nineteen Common Cause Massachusetts Executive Director Pam Wilmot thinks the large numbers of people voting by. Mail. In the St Primary this month helped drive record turnout. It's pretty astonishing. The number of people that voted it was literally four and a half times the turnout of two thousand, sixteen more than one point seven million people voted timber Massachusetts primary election breaking a thirty year record for C. Primary. I'm Laura Raw sprouts hell reporting and finally, Eric Lavas tells us wildfires becoming more common severe due. To climate change and it's warmer drier conditions across the West. Now, health experts are warning that people exposed wildfire spoke are also at increased risk for covid nineteen infection. Sharon Peruzzi is a pulmonary.

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"william galvin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"American groups Dow hope the president will sign a measure designed to help law enforcement get a handle on a public safety issue that's plaguing tribal communities. Earlier this week Congress gave final approval to Savannah Zach which addresses cases of missing and murdered indigenous people. It orders the Justice Department to develop guidelines to solve and prevent these cases while establishing data collection Lisa Kozara, of North, Dakota native vote says, the public finally is noticing that natives are easily targeted for horrific crimes and that this will hopefully bring some solace considered positive considering you know this has been a long standing issue within any country that you know that missing and murdered indigenous women and indigenous people. The bill is named after Savannah Gray wind up pregnant native American woman who was brutally murdered in two thousand seventeen. Her body was found along the North Dakota Minnesota border indigenous women face. More violence than any other group. The National Institute of Justice says at least eighty, four percent of these women have been the target of sexual or other violence in their lifetimes I might Moen for the first time. Now, registered voters Massachusetts could ask for mail in ballot a line and without any physical paperwork secretary of State William Galvin, the new mill in ballot online application system on Wednesday. The creation of the online portal was part of legislation passed the summer to increase voting access response to Covid Nineteen Common Cause Massachusetts Executive Director Pam. Wilmot thinks the large numbers of people voting by mail in. The primary this month helped drive record turnout. It's pretty astonishing. A number of people that voted it was literally four and a half times the turnout of two thousand, sixteen more than one point, seven million people voting September, Massachusetts primary election breaking a thirty year record for a state primary. I'm Laura Raw sprouts. Hellum. Reporting and finally Eric Lavas tells us wildfires becoming more common and severe due to climate change and it's warmer drier conditions across the West. Now, health experts are warning that people exposed wildfire spoke are also at increased risk for cove in nineteen infect Cheryl Perot's e is a pulmonary.

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"william galvin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"American groups Dow. Hope the president will sign a measure designed to help law enforcement get a handle public safety issue that's plaguing tribal communities. Earlier this week Congress gave final approval to Savannah Zach which addresses cases of missing and murdered indigenous people. It orders the Justice Department to develop guidelines to solve and prevent these cases while establishing data collection, Lisa Kozara of North Dakota native. Says the public finally is noticing that natives are easily targeted for horrific crimes and that this will hopefully bring some solace. It's considered positive considering you know this has been a long standing issue within any country that you know the missing and murdered indigenous women and indigenous people. The bill is named after Savannah Gray, wind pregnant, native American woman who was Brutally murdered in two thousand seventeen, her body was found along the North Dakota Minnesota border indigenous women face more violence than any other group. The National Institute of Justice says, at least eighty, four percent of these women have been the target of sexual or other violence in their lifetimes. I'm Mike Mohan for the first time. Now, registered voters in Massachusetts could ask for. A mail in ballot line and without any physical Paperwork Secretary of State William Galvin launched the new mail in ballot online application system on Wednesday the creation of the online portal was part of legislation passed the summer increase voting access in response to covid nineteen. Common Cause Massachusetts Executive Director Pam Wilmot. Thinks the large numbers of people voting by mail in the Primary this month helped drive record turnout. It's pretty astonishing. A number of people that voted it was literally four and a half times the turnout of two, thousand, sixteen more than one point seven million people voted in the September Massachusetts primary election breaking a thirty year record for a state primary. I'm Laura Ross brats hell reporting and finally. Eric. Lettuce tells US wildfires. Severe to climate change and it's warmer drier conditions across the West. Now, health experts are warning that people exposed to wildfire spoke are also at increased risk for covid nineteen infect Cheryl Peruzzi is a pulmonary.

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Boston - Mail-In Ballots Were ‘Very Large Burden On Every City And Town,’ Says Clerk

Jay Talking

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Boston - Mail-In Ballots Were ‘Very Large Burden On Every City And Town,’ Says Clerk

"Goes on in the close. Fourth Congressional District primary race three communities involved as we hear from W. B. Z TV's Michael across Newton and Wellesley have both completed their counting. And between the two communities. Jake talking. Klaus picked up 174 votes. Jesse more Mel picked up 200. And 40 votes were still waiting on the results out of Franklin. That process is still underway. We were able to get all 750 of those stamped in sordid and sent out to the polls, election workers in three communities spending the day counting ballots in the fourth Congressional District race. Well, I think the biggest lesson that before all over the state is this was a Very large burden on every city and town clerk here in the state court order at the request of Secretary of State William Galvin, allowing the balance to be processed in Newton, Wellesley and Franklin. These votes were turned in before the polls closed, but we're not counted before the end of the night Tuesday. Right now. The race is still too close to call with Jake talking Kloss leading Jesse Mur Mel. We're so grateful to the city and town clerks to Secretary Galvin and state leader this afternoon Normal stood outside Newton City Hall and said her team will fight to have every vote counted. We also believe based on conversations we've had with leaders in several communities that there may be even more uncounted ballots in communities across the district. And that's deeply concerning toward democracy and to our shared goal of getting this election, right Jake Cock and Klaus releasing a statement this afternoon, saying every vote in Massachusetts forthe lawfully submitted before 8 P.m. on Tuesday night must be counted. We are confident that our full district campaign will be victorious when the results are announced he secretary of State's office and they tell me that they're counting 3000 mail in ballots down in Franklin. Representatives from the secretary's office are there to help oversee that process, And they've also brought in a neighboring town clerk to help observers well Governor

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Boston - Count Continues in District 4 Congressional Race; Auchincloss Narrowly Leads Mermell

Jay Talking

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Boston - Count Continues in District 4 Congressional Race; Auchincloss Narrowly Leads Mermell

"Goes on in the close. Fourth Congressional District primary race three communities involved as we hear from W. B. Z TV's Michael across Newton and Wellesley have both completed their counting. And between the two communities. Jake talking. Klaus picked up 174 votes. Jesse more Mel picked up 200. And 40 votes were still waiting on the results out of Franklin. That process is still underway. We were able to get all 750 of those stamped in sordid and sent out to the polls, election workers in three communities spending the day counting ballots in the fourth Congressional District race. Well, I think the biggest lesson that before all over the state is this was a Very large burden on every city and town clerk here in the state court order at the request of Secretary of State William Galvin, allowing the balance to be processed in Newton, Wellesley and Franklin. These votes were turned in before the polls closed, but we're not counted before the end of the night Tuesday. Right now. The race is still too close to call with Jake talking Kloss leading Jesse Mur Mel. We're so grateful to the city and town clerks to Secretary Galvin and state leader this afternoon Normal stood outside Newton City Hall and said her team will fight to have every vote counted. We also believe based on conversations we've had with leaders in several communities that there may be even more uncounted ballots in communities across the district. And that's deeply concerning toward democracy and to our shared goal of getting this election, right Jake Cock and Klaus releasing a statement this afternoon, saying every vote in Massachusetts forthe lawfully submitted before 8 P.m. on Tuesday night must be counted. We are confident that our full district campaign will be victorious when the results are announced he secretary of State's office and they tell me that they're counting 3000 mail in ballots down in Franklin. Representatives from the secretary's office are there to help oversee that process, And they've also brought in a neighboring town clerk to help observers well Governor

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Earning ballot counting continues in the closed fourth Congressional District Democratic primary. BBC TV's Michael across tells us about 3000 ballots still being counted in Franklin a court order at the request of Secretary of State William Galvin, allowing the balance to be processed in Franklin, Newton and Wellesley. Newton Wellesley, completed their accounts Thursday afternoon. These votes were turned in before the polls closed, but we're not counted before the end of the night Tuesday. Right now, the race is still too close to call with Jake talking. Kloss leading Jesse Mur Mel. We're so grateful to the city and town secretary Galvin and state leaders Normal stood outside Newton City Hall and said her team will fight to have every vote counted. We are very concerned that there are ballots in city and town halls that are not being counted in this election. J cocking Kloss, releasing a statement this afternoon, saying every vote in Massachusetts forthe lawfully submitted before 8 P.m. on Tuesday night must be counted. We are confident that our full district campaign will be victorious when the results are announced. Tens of millions of Americans are expected to vote by mail in the November election, far more than any previous election because of the panda. Well, there's no major evidence of widespread fraud. CBS has Major Garrett tells us, It'll take longer for election officials to declare a winner If the contest is close, America will not be blind on Election night Exit polls. Databases of where mail in ballots came from will give us important clues as well, of course early returns, and if it's a landslide in either direction, it won't take long. What if it is closed, especially in states, straining under much higher mail in balloting volume results could take several days, possibly a week. Next Tuesday is New Hampshire's state primary election. Governor Chris Sununu has confidence in the process. Thes two elections happening in September, November may look and feel a little bit different than we're used to. But again, we have a tremendous process here in New Hampshire with a lot of integrity. It works very, very well and we asked people to be patient as we kind of moved through these flexibilities. But we have full confidence that both elections both in September and November, came and will go off very, very successfully, not a Beacon Hill. The state is making additional resources available to several communities that are at high risk for covert 19 Governor Charlie Baker at today's Corona virus briefing. Currently, our public health data indicates the Chelsea Everett framing him. Lawrence Lin Revere, West Hampton and went trip are high risk communities or red communities on the map. All residents in those communities really.

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The holiday weekend. There's an idea right going to a great weekend too, right around the corner, although we've got to get through a little bit of a bump here today, with some clouds. Maybe some showers. Also, maybe some sunshine. We've already seen son this morning, so there's a good chance we'll see it again. Nonetheless, it's going to be hazy and humid today temperatures in the lower eighties Right now. 76 here in Boston. Other warm one on tap for tomorrow, but it's all sunshine from here on out starting tomorrow, right through the upcoming weekend. It's going to be spectacular, gorgeous to even better over the weekend Saturday, much drier air temperatures in the seventies pretty much every day this upcoming holiday weekend. And what? What a great time for that kind of weather. Tio kickin. It is 75 very steamy in Boston this morning under cloudy skies at 9 35, now running on two days past the primary one race. Is still too close to call Jake talking Claws and Jesse Mur Mel are in a photo finish to get the Democratic nomination to Phil Joe Kennedy seat in the House. BBC TV's Tiffany Chan tells us the Suffolk County judge approves the state's call that allows UN count uncounted ballots to be tallied up a judge ordering three communities to count votes submitted by Tuesday's deadline, but not tallied at the end of the night. Secretary of State William Galvin. Every ballot that was received by eight o'clock had to be counted. Franklin Newnan Wellesley will continue counting and to ensure its a transparent process. The public will be ableto watch from a distance, and that's why these final votes air so critical Mammals.

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"H O V lane early for folks. So it's going to open it two o'clock this afternoon on that south on side of the expressway and then one o'clock tomorrow afternoon Laurie Grand W. B. C's traffic on the three little bit of sunshine here in Boston this morning. It is a very muggy 76 degrees right now, and we'll be seeing some clouds battling with the sun throughout the day today, as Searchers will get into the lower eighties is gonna be one of those uncomfortable. Midsummer types the heat and humidity. Kinda days looks all good. Tomorrow, mostly sunny and lowering humidity to once again will be in the eighties were setting up to have a very nice looking weekend. We're talking gorgeous from start to finish. With sunshine temperatures in the mid seventies low humidity. This is as close to perfect as it gets so that we've got. Look Teo look forward to and it's quickly approaching Thursday in Boston 76 right now at 805, now running on two days past primary Election Day, One race is still too close to call Jake Akan Claws and Jesse Mur Mellor in a photo finish to get the Democratic nomination to Phil Joe Kennedy seat in the House. BBC TV Stephanie Chan tells US A Suffolk County judge approves the state's call that allows uncounted ballots now to be tallied up a judge ordering three communities to count votes submitted by Tuesday's deadline, but not tallied at the end of the night, Secretary of State William Galvin, every ballot that was received by eight o'clock had to be counted. Franklin Newnan Wellesley will continue counting and to ensure its a transparent process, The public will be able to watch from a distance, and that's why these final votes air so quick. Colmer. Mel's.

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of my pickup, and officials with the National Weather Service are looking into the possibility that a tornado Caused a water spout over Lake Winnipesaukee this weekend that leveled at least two cottages in Wolfeboro, and they're getting a look at that damage and assessing that as we speak. Massachusettshighest Court is preparing to listen to arguments recumbent regarding the upcoming state primaries. Just a week from tomorrow. W B C's James Ross tells us A lawsuit could extend the deadline for counting the mail in ballots Noon. City Councilor Becky Grossman is concerned some mail and boats may not be counted because of recent changes at the U. S. Postal Service. The Democrat is running to replace US Congressman Joe Kennedy now. The lawsuit filed against Secretary of State William Galvin would extend the deadline for counting mail in ballots by 10 Days, so balance will need to be mailed in by September 1st as opposed to needing to be received by Election Day. Hey, Galvin says that could impact the state's ability to send documents to military and overseas voters for November's election. The proposal is rather selfish proposal from the candidates because all it would take to do it. He had more time to them. At the expense of military in overseas rollers. The state's Supreme Judicial Court will be listening to arguments today. James RoHaas W busy Boston's NewsRadio and Mohr testimony today for Capitol Hill Years from Postmaster General under Fire Louis to Joy. I'll speak to a Democratic led house panel over concerns that recent deep cost cuts at the post office could create roadblocks to mail in voting. It. Saito three. Check traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. Let's get right to it on the roadways. Now, with Lori Grandi and the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is not over yet been quite a morning so far. Laurie. Absolutely. And this started early this morning route 28 north and sap on continues to be closed out. That is such a major route there in the stone, um, stretch. It's closed between Allen Street and Richardson Ladies. They deal with the leaning a utility pole. Electricity people on the scene there or cruise as we like to call them. Also, let's check out the situation going on on the pike right now, with David's truthfully, no with my friend, shorts, copter. We have no problems on the fight between the Metro West area in downtown Boston heading into the city on the pike. He's found new lane restrictions set up over the weekend and be in place for the next year or so. They have the left lane blocked. Getting after the Allston Brighton interchange heading towards math. On the westbound side. The left lane is blocked from the fruit tunnel towards man. This is all for work that will be happening the near past Abbeville directions. Again. This will be in place for the next year or so. David's trampoline Omar free insurance copter, But in the end, we're going to have a lovely park, which is not just 24 North bank getting reports of a spin out now, right by Harrison Boulevard in Avon State police in route to check that out, Laurie granted BBC's traffic on.

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Appeared to be relatively minor at this time. Everyone was able to scramble out of the tent on their own. Ambulances from other towns were also called in. It was somewhat chaotic. Naturally, as you know, there was a large number of people there. Everybody had been removed from with a tent site into a large barn that's on the property. And then it was just a matter of getting in setting up triage. Checking on patients determining the worst injuries for transport, he says. It was a fierce storm, the deputy chief getting his own reminder of just how bad it wass. They were very lucky. So's I pulled into the 10 site. There was a lightning bolt that struck right in front of my pick up on that story From W. B Z T V's Jim Smith. It's now 50 to Massachusetts congressional candidate. Wants to give you more time to cast her mail in ballot for the upcoming primary election. Deadly disease. James RoHaas joining us live in telling us this all stems from concerns surrounding the US Postal Service. Good morning, James. Good morning, So the state's Supreme Judicial Court is listening to court arguments later today noon, City Councilor Becky Grossman is running to replace US Congressman Joe Kennedy. She's worried a recent changes at the USPS Khalid to balance not being counted. And that's why she's filing a lawsuit against Secretary of State William Galvin. It could extend the deadline for county state primary balance by 10 days. Now. Under current law, mail in ballots must be received by September. 1st. A panel of judges will listen to the arguments today by teleconference James RoHaas W B Z Boston's NewsRadio and It will be another grilling session today for Postmaster General Lewis to joy. He'll be testifying once again after the House approved legislation over the weekend to reverse changes that were made to the Postal Service When He took over the helm. Another $25 billion also going to be sent to the agency before the November election and the surge of mail in ballots that air, of course on the way. Postmaster General de Joy testifying on Friday to the Senate. It was his number one priority to make sure election male arrives on time coming up in just a few moments. Chaos in the streets of Wisconsin in the overnight hours will explain.

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The Russian authorities claimed it wasn't safe to move in. There also said it wasn't poisoning but low blood sugar. Navalny's teams say the authorities deliberately stole to allow time for the poison in his body to dissipate before German doctors could assess him. The 44 year old is Russia's top opposition activist and investigative journalist and a thorn in the side of the Kremlin and Vladimir Putin. The latest on the investigation of the Russia investigation. ABC is Chuck's Iverson. Former CIA director John Brennan was interviewed by U. S Attorney John Durham for about eight hours Friday. Durham heading the Justice Department's investigation about Russia's interference in the 2016 U. S election that from an email from Brennan's office, it says. Durham said Brennan is not a target of an investigation on Ly, a witness. This comes days after the Republican led Senate Intelligence Committee released its report detailing an extensive number of contacts between Trump Campaign advice. Risers and Kremlin officials and other Russians confirming special counsel Mueller's findings. This is ABC News, Balance of Nature, Changing the world one life at a time. I've been on so long now that I just enjoy the fact that the only thing I haven't done has gotten sick. I haven't been sick in 23 years period in the story, You know, I just I haven't and I got attribute that to the fruits and veggies. Balance of nature is now offering 35% off on any new preferred order. Go to balance of nature dot com today and use discount code fruits. Dave Packer, ABC News W. B S M News Headlines secretary of the Commonwealth's William Galvin is encouraging voters to hand deliver their mail in ballots that they can instead of dropping them in the mail. Calvin says that's the best way to guarantee a ballot will be counted in the September 1st primary event for Superintendent Thomas Andersson is assuring parents. The health of students and staff members will be the paramount concern. When students begin returning to classrooms in October, Anderson says all classrooms and currently being assessed For issues like air flow in the bottom lines. If there are any spaces that we have concerns with with airflow and air exchange, we're not going to use those spaces..

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For then I would get to me they're giving it to the American people. In a joint statement, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schumer said the president and Republicans in Congress continue to wage their all out assault on the Postal Service. And its role in ensuring the integrity in our 2020 election. Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris received the endorsement of the National Association of Letter Carriers on Friday. Alex Boucher. ABC NEWS Washington Also tonight, CNN reporting the internal watchdog for the Postal Service is now taking a closer look at recent policy changes from the new postmaster. General Lewis to Joy is after a request from Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren. She teamed up with eight other Democrats to file that request against De Joy, who is an ally of the president recently. Promoted to that position. Also ask the watchdog too considerate to joy has been violating any federal ethics rules. Now here in Massachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin says he does not think will have many problems with voting by mail. W. B. C's James RoHaas reports State is confident that postal workers can get those ballots delivered on time. Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin says the state and the U. S. P s work very closely together. Now he does have concerns about recent cost cutting measures and what he calls the inexperience of new senior managers at the Postal Service. But he's hopeful voting by mail will go well. We were monitoring things very closely. The best remedy will be if you are not what you wanted to do. You've received your palate. You want and you prepared the vote vote and send it back. The postage on these ballots is prepaid. If you are voting by mail in the same primary, your ballot needs to be received by September 1st, James RoHaas w. B Z Boston's NewsRadio It's almost time for both the Democratic and Republican conventions and they will look very different as you can imagine. Then years passed, CBS News has learned. President Trump will be featured each day of the Republican National Convention. I will accept the Republican Party's nomination during a prime time event later this month on White House grounds..

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Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin says virus makes online census responses critical

WBZ Afternoon News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin says virus makes online census responses critical

"During a pandemic even counting becomes more difficult WBZ's Karen regal tells us about plans to ensure that every Massachusetts resident is counted during the twenty twenty cents a secretary of state bill Galvan says counting everyone is crucial when when college students who lived here for most of the year said no Marley that's not good I sent a letter to the director of the census and asked him to consider taking administrative records in in place of the actual head count I support for you to understand that they are going to be taking administrative records for the buildings which are students or students live in dormitories it's the off campus students that we work directly concerned about Calvin wasn't a fan of the online process last time around but he's changing his tune now

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In pain twenty twenty ships to South Carolina this week with the primary on Saturday preceded by a debate tonight your C. B. S.'s Natalie brand we have always tended to clear the field and pick an eventual nominate South Carolina Democratic Party chair Trav Robertson normally a candidate who wins in a state as diverse as South Carolina would get a significant bump going into super Tuesday when there are a lot of southern states with the same demographics of South Carolina former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg who's not on the ballot in South Carolina and fellow billionaire Tom Stiers who's pulling third in the state both qualified for Tuesday's debate will take the stage with the five other candidates vying for the democratic nomination Natalie brand CBS news Charleston you can hear tonight's debate on WBZ newsradio beginning at eight PM at least three democratic candidates Joe Biden people to judge and Mike Bloomberg have reinforced their anti Sanders rhetoric with paid attack ads Biden still insists he'll win in South Carolina this weekend the total vote count from the Nevada caucuses is M. as we hear from ABC's Alex stone with one hundred percent of precincts reporting in Nevada now Bernie Sanders wins with forty seven percent of the vote that is an incredible number considering second place Joe Biden got just twenty percent that's a twenty seven percent difference between first and second place but a judge came in third at fourteen percent followed by Warren Styron clover jar club which are with only four percent of the vote early voting is underway in Massachusetts for the March third presidential primary here's WBZ-TV's Tiffany chan secretary of state William Galvin says he's delighted by the turnout so far whether you'll be out of town busy or simply can't make it to the polls on super Tuesday Massachusetts voters can stay ahead of the curve voting early in this presidential primary it's really exciting I don't know that I've ever seen this many people here on early voting if you know what you want to do and you've decided what you want to do early voting is an excellent opportunity for you to go then it's a way for voters to skip the long lines in the laps around the parking lot get my vote in the same way but I don't have to wait in line to do it Kim Slater took advantage of the good weather biking to the polls in Newton and sometimes I've had work schedules get in the way of had to travel sometimes I've had six children so with the early voting it just gives me the flexibility to get here and make the important trip here regardless of what happens on super Tuesday those early votes will be rolling.

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Boston: Early Voting Starts for Mass. Voters

WBZ Afternoon News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: Early Voting Starts for Mass. Voters

"It's something new for the Commonwealth early voting in the presidential primary polling places open their doors across the state this morning more than a week ahead of the presidential primary on March third this is the first time that we've had early voting in a primary here in Massachusetts in Brookline people started casting their ballots early this morning Maya Moore says she's here out of necessity because she won't be around on primary day definitely super glad it was convenient for me having to vote in wanting to vote in the first place and then having the option to do it early secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin says the option of early voting takes the pressure off of super Tuesday not to worry about the weather or not to worry about a crowd not to worry about the schedule what he wants to remind people if you vote early that's it you can't change your mind if they have some doubt as to their choice or may want to

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Clock struck midnight in the famous crystal ball dropped CBS's Mara Rubin took it all in this six time crystal ball drop from one time square and a seven foot tall twenty twenty numbers are now let and despite the rain it was a great night with performances by K. pop band BTS impose Malone right now the site around me is spectacular rainbow confetti is reading from the rooftops down on the crowd who can't stop screaming hugging kissing and taking a selfie is and on this new year if you live in Massachusetts some of you will be getting a raise here's WBZ's Charlie Sherman if your Massachusetts worker being paid minimum wage you're gonna be getting a raise beginning tomorrow the state's minimum wage will increase from twelve dollars an hour to twelve dollars and seventy five cents the rate will continue to rise you cheer until it reaches fifteen dollars an hour in the year twenty twenty three workers are happy but a number of businesses are not the national federation of independent businesses said that the higher minimum wage puts added economic pressure on local businesses and ultimately good for some to cut jobs but advocates who pushed for the higher wage say lower paid workers are struggling they say four hundred and twenty thousand Massachusetts workers will be getting a raise I'm Charlie Sherman then the Massachusetts presidential primary schedule for March third and under a new state law that takes effect today you could be automatically registered to vote WBZ's James Ross explains how it works voting in Massachusetts just got a bit easier secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin says those who apply for or renew their driver's license or state ID at the R. and B. will automatically be registered to vote unless they opt out also applies to mass health and the call kind of health connector that lots of first time relationship we've had with them the reason we're only dealing with these agencies as they verify citizenship is a part of the application process he says this will be especially helpful for those who move from one community to another so they don't have to re register to vote in the presidential primaries in March you have to be registered by February twelfth James R. O. hasta view Beezy Boston's newsradio men coming up another day of protests at the US embassy in Baghdad.

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Be talking about a lot of things including it on a trade France seven we have a minor just fear that it will probably be able to work it out but relationship and I'm sure that within a short period of time things were looking very rosy I am a crown was stressing that U. S. troop withdrawal in Syria lead to instability in the region and that ISIS has not been eradicated it's eleven forty eight now well charges are being brought up against a Wyoming company accused of convincing seniors to liquidate retirement funds and purchase silver T. M. T. incorporated otherwise known as metals dot com directed at least six Massachusetts investors to liquidate their retirement accounts and invest the proceeds in precious metals like silver coins the company within collect markup fees in the range of up to sixty percent the investor said they lost more than one point seven million dollars in their overall investment secretary of state William Galvin filed the complaint through his securities division is seeking an order to require the company to discord all profits related to the wrong doing and for the company to be fined and permanently banned from advising Massachusetts residents to sell securities to purchase precious metals a mass state police now looking for a hit and run driver who fled after striking a pedestrian and sell Boston on Monday morning the victim a sixty year old woman was crossing day Boulevard in the area of case street when she was struck by a car so it's just after seven in the morning the woman was hospitalized with serious injuries now the hit and run car is believed to be a mid to late two thousands a Lincoln town car possibly silver or light beige vehicles sustained damage to its front end pictures and video of the suspect vehicle or on our website at W. B. C. ten thirty dot com well the CEO of Tesla is going on trial today in southern California the lan musk faces a defamation case puts the billionaire against a British diver he allegedly called the pedal file musk will be called to testify in Los Angeles federal court to explain what he meant when he called Vernon arms worth well dressed Q. youth soccer players were capped under water in a cave in Thailand and guy in a Twitter five more than a year ago musk later apologized Dave Schreiber ABC news I it's.

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"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"william galvin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now racing the clock herself trying to get a secure recount she lost by just ten votes in a race in which sixty six thousand ballots were cast a hundred Singin must now collect fifty certified signatures of registered voters in each ward she wants ballots recounted and she has just ten days from the election that's this Friday to submit those signatures secretary of state William Galvin will work with city elections officials to conduct the recount will require a lot of personnel to organize this recount ought to find a facility that's big enough to handle it all and then most likely you will take several days to complete it add to the mix absentee ballots from overseas which up until this Friday to be received and counted Mike Macklin WBC Boston's newsradio democratic presidential candidate Pete but a judge says if he wins he would like to name the first woman to lead the Veterans Affairs department a part of a larger plan he's announcing in Rochester New Hampshire today mayor of south bend Indiana says the needs of female vets have been neglected for far too long the former navy Intel officer said the woman leading the VA could help to spark some major changes in culture Long Island New York Republican congressman Peter king is hanging up his hat he is not running for reelection next year says after almost thirty years he wants to spend more time with his family Larry Sabato is the director of the university of Virginia center for politics and he says he expects the seat to stay red it's possible that the Democrats nominate a particularly strong candidate that they could take over this district but it's likely to remain with the Republicans as long as the GOP nominee to mainstream candidates king is serving his fourteenth term federal judge has dismissed the president's efforts to block the house ways and means committee from seeing his tax returns the judge says it's a state case any has no jurisdiction New York of course recently changing its laws allowing the release of those returns if one of three house committees ask for them New York authorities agreeing to delay acting on a request for the president's tax returns until a ruling on jurisdiction well the city where traffic is a blood sport it only makes sense for some to make it into a game in a state where one twenty eight north is also ninety three self will also being routes three and one well one twenty eight doesn't officially exist it's a wonder anyone leaves the house one brave man has made a game of it you can invest in gridlock Boston the board game on Kickstarter or inventor and Justin Richard describes it as a competitor board game with the roads make no sense and everything's always changing on you it's baffling in real life why would people want to play this this lets you live in that kind of chaos in a safe world right you're not actually sitting in a car getting yelled at there are traffic cones in tunnels and a special edition with noise and yelling called the well I can't say it on the air but it's catered to Massachusetts drivers Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio until like a game out there on the road to check traffic in about five minutes but right now it's time for business here's Andro day finally some light at the end of the tunnel for Boeing the call or should we say it left off at the end of the runway company today is forecasting that the FAA will clear it's seven thirty seven MAX jet to resume flights in January that said it expects to resume deliveries of Max planes under construction in December this does not mean that airlines will immediately begin flying them again American and south west say they have updated their schedules to have no Max is taking off until March at the earliest still soccer Boeing is up five percent of that's been lifting the Dow today right now that indexes gaining three nasdaq though down sixteen following word from president trump over the weekend the US trying to trade deal resulting in terror for actions is not as imminent as many had been betting on Andro day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio surprise medical bills are bankrupting Americans and although insurance company say they want to help they refused to pay their fair share meanwhile doctors and patients get stuck with the bill as insurance companies walk away with billions in profits and the so called rate setting solution they've been pushing for in Congress will only lead to fewer.

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