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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:57 min | Last month

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Learn when more doses will arrive to know how many of them are coming. Even next week during his weekly cove, it update. Garcetti said he's looking forward to working with the Biden administration to get more vaccination sites set up and more research resource is for the city, he says. More than 80,000 people in L. A have been vaccinated at city run vaccination sites. So far, Orange County has a second mass vaccination site ready so thousands of people each day don't have to leave South County to get their dose. People can start registering for appointments at the new site, which opens Saturday inside Had a gym at Soka University in Aliso Viejo, Supervisor Lisa Bartlett says the issue is still gonna be vaccine supply. We have a significant problem is with our state database. So in many cases, it's under reporting the number of vaccines coming two counties, and it's also under reporting the number of vaccines that are actually administered. Bartlett says. This could cause the state to get penalized with fewer doses because the only way to get more vaccine is to accurately prove every dose is being used in Orange County. Corbin Carson KO Phi News doc Work First at the port of L. A have been hit by a wave of covert 19. The surgeon case has started at the ports of L, A and Long beach around Thanksgiving. Right now, we're seeing about 700 longshoremen's and women who have tested positive for develop, a spokesman Philip Stansfield, says. That's out of about 15,000 dockworkers. There have been occasional spot shortages of workers and the labor crunches a combination of the prevalence of the virus in the historic pace of imports more than 35 ships out an anchor between the two ports waiting for us. About to get in some field says Dockworkers need to be prioritized for vaccination. Chris and Carl Okay, if I knew President Biden sign some executive orders that are part of his response to the cove in 19 Pan dad, he says his plan starts with the goal of administering 100 million vaccine shots over the next 100 days. But the brutal truth is It's gonna take months before we could get the majority of Americans vaccinated, he says. That's why he's asking Americans to mask up for the next three months. If we do, this is Americans, the experts say, by wearing a mask From now until April. We've saved more than 50,000 lives going forward. He's already signed an order requiring masks on federal property and on interstate travel. He's also requiring testing in quarantine for people coming to the U. S from another country. The Senate has gathered for a hearing on President Biden's picked to head the Department of Transportation. South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buddha shows told senators he's eager to get to work on America's infrastructure. You have my commitment that I will work closely with you to deliver the innovation. And the growth that America needs in this area, But a judge says he will also help the nation's transportation network get through the cove in 19 Pandemic and House oversight Committee chair A Carolyn Maloney has asked the FBI to look into parlors role in the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Ah, letter to FBI director Christopher Wray says they were posts about guns impossible Violence on the social media site before the attack. Congresswoman Maloney also wants to investigate the sights potential financial ties to Russia. Let's check it crash.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:28 min | Last month

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm falling to Castro. New York officials speaking out Saturday on the deadly riots of the U. S capitol and calling for President Donald Trump's resignation. Mayor Bill de Blasio and Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney were among the political leaders who gathered at City Hall in New York City. The members discussing their experiences at the Capitol during the assault, and how the Democratic caucus plans to end President Trump's time in office. Bear. De Blasio said his colleagues were in danger and that democracy was in danger. He added. It's very clear what the result must be. Donald Trump must go now now. And Congresswoman Maloney concurs. He is incapable of leading. He cannot be trusted. He should resign immediately. He is a clear threat to our democracy. Air DiBlasio also set a riot, like the one seen on Wednesday in Washington hasn't and will never happen. In New York City. Washington, D C is increasing security measures around the Capitol building. Mayor Muriel Bowser says they're getting ready for more protests ahead of the January 20th inauguration of President elect Joe Biden. But this time with more federal help, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says that may mean a National Guard members would be allowed to carry guns while reinforcing the local police and they may form a security perimeter. The F D. N Y is giving the FBI information on firefighters who were involved in Wednesday's attack on the Capitol. Frank Dwyer's a spokesperson for the Fire department, and he said they quote received anonymous allegations that active or retired Members were present at the events at the United States Capitol on January 6th and as required has provided that information to the FBI. At least 16 people are up on federal charges so far, with many others facing lesser charges. Five people were killed as a result of the attack, including a Capitol police officer, a show Kabbalah W. O R News. Four people were killed and two were injured in a Chicago shooting sprees Saturday. W M. A Q TV says The shooting began early in the afternoon when the suspect allegedly entered a parking garage and fatally shot a 30 year old man sitting in a vehicle. The gunmen, then went to a nearby apartment building where he killed a security guard. A short while later he shot a 20 year old man and critically injured and 81 year Old woman..

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Carolyn Maloney elected first woman to lead House Oversight Committee

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Carolyn Maloney elected first woman to lead House Oversight Committee

"The familiar faces been elected the first chair woman of the house oversight committee New York City congresswoman Carolyn Maloney will take the gavel she defeated Virginia Congress man in a democratic caucus vote one thirty three to eighty six congresswoman Maloney will succeed the late chairman Elijah Cummings

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"People dead and a suspect fatally wounded by police officers were also injured what are expected to survive to President Trump declared a national emergency to pay for a border wall. And Democrats vowed a fight that all the way and three these eleventh victim compensation fund will have to dramatically reduce its payouts Long Island. Republican congressman Peter King a long time proponent of the nine eleven fund spoke with Scott on the afternoon route. Congressman it looks like the problem here is simply too many victims and not enough money in the fund is that your understanding. Yeah. Basically, everyone did the right thing here, including the people claiming it. Including the government itself. That nobody anticipated a number of claimants is already been about. Twenty-one thousand there's other nineteen thousand depending originally there was over seven billion dollars allocated and five billion of that has been used already and with declaims coming up to ensure they'll get any money at all there's to be cuts in the wards are going to be made. So what we're doing is myself and congressman Nadler, congresswoman Maloney, we're introducing legislation to extend this program to twenty ninety and. Have language in there saying that is much money is has to be spent. We'll be spent that will be appropriated and made available. These are people who became sick or died in the prime of life, more and more becoming sick and cancers are coming out, and they can't work and the suffering and this is in medical costs. We're talking talking about quality of life cost. We're talking about lost earnings many of them lost tremendous amounts of money because they careers were cut short. So it's again, it's a well well-intentioned program. It's worked very well up to now we have to make sure the funding is there you've talked through the years about an anti New York bias, even when the nine eleven had to be renewed a few years back. Do you expect pushback on trying to extend this? Yes. I think there will be some there shouldn't be especially when they realize I believe forty nine out of fifty states actually had people working at ground zero where we push back. Yeah. There is it's like a subliminal anti New York. Sometimes it's obvious. And soon as soon as we bring it up they're going to be assuming that some people in the congress would be Sumi. This is you know, people looking for handouts. This is is trying to make money congressman Peter King Republican from Long Island, congressman thank you for talking with us. Thank you. Right. What's to make you forty eight a WCBS?.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Stay informed. Stay connected. Depend on WCBS. Good evening. I'm Maria Garcia three things to know at eleven forty five. One officials in Illinois say the man fatally shot five people and injured five officers in a shooting rampage at a warehouse today was a worker there. But forty five year old Gary Martin was set to be laid off today to President Trump declares a national emergency to pay for a border wall. Democrats vowed to fight it all the way and three these eleven victims compensation fund is low on funds and is being forced to dramatically reduce its payouts Long Island. Republican congressman Peter King is a longtime proponent of the nine eleven fund. He's teeth Scott about the issue on the afternoon round. Congressman it looks like the problem here is simply too many victims and not enough money in the fund is that your understanding. Yeah. Basically, everyone did the right thing here, including the people claiming it. Gloomy Guzman itself, it's just that nobody anticipated a number of claimants is already been about twenty one thousand nine hundred thousand depending originally there was over seven billion dollars allocated and five billion of that has been used already and with declaims coming up to ensure they'll get any money at all there's had to be cuts in the wards are going to be made. So what we're doing is myself in congressman Nadler, congresswoman Maloney, we're introducing legislation to extend this program to twenty nine hundred and. Basically have language in there saying that is much money is has to be spent. We'll be spent that will be appropriated and made available. These are people who became sick or died in the prime of life, more and more becoming sick and cancer coming out, and they can't work and the suffering. And so this isn't medical costs, which we're talking about quality of life costs. We're talking about lost earnings many of them lost Mundus amounts of money because they careers were cut short. So again, it's a well intention program. It's worked very well. Up till now, we have to make sure the funding is there you've talked through the years about an anti New York bias, even when the nine eleven fund had to be renewed a few years back. Do you expect pushback on trying to extend this? Yes. Yes, I think there will be some there shouldn't be especially when they realize I believe forty nine out of the fifty states actually have people working at ground zero will be push back. It's subliminal anti New York by sometimes it's obvious and soon so soon as we bring it up they're going to be assuming that some people in the congress would be Sumi at this is you know, people looking for handouts. This is lawyers trying to make money congressman Peter King Republican from Long Island. Congressman thank you for talking with us. Thank you. Thank you. It's eleven forty eight. Now,.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good morning. I'm Anita Bonita three things to know at four fifteen one embattled Virginia governor Ralph Northam says he's still not resigning and neither is his Lieutenant governor just in. Fairfax the ladder despite to accusations of sexual assault to Senator Elizabeth Warren announced yesterday that she's running for president. One of Warren's rivals New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand says that the president's name calling is responsible and unpresidential. And she told reporters in South Carolina that Warren has been an extraordinary public servant who will keep fighting for Americans and three and Amazon advocates took their message to the queen's bridge houses yesterday afternoon hoping to drum up opposition to the company's proposed second headquarters in Long Island city under a new fiscal plan. Proposed by Westchester county, executive George Latimer property taxes would stay where they are with one condition. Westchester county has reached a saturation point in the words of county executive George ladder. He says in a Facebook post, he knows property taxes. Can't go up any further. So he's proposing a new solution. They would stay where they are. If state lawmakers approve a one percent increase in the county's sales tax right now. It's just about seven point four percent. It's at least a full percentage point lower than its neighbors, including New York City after several years of running deficits and dipping into reserves. Latimer says new revenue sources need to be found to avoid another. Credit rating demotion or even falling under state, fiscal control. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty with anti-semitism on the rise in the US representatives, Carolyn Maloney, and Jerry, Nadler cosponsoring a measure to help educate school children about the holocaust. Here's rich lamb. The measure is named the never again act congresswoman Maloney about its purpose to create a new program at the United States Department of education to give teachers across this country new resources to.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Here on the home for CBS news in New York WCBS eight eighty. Stay informed. Stay connected. Depend on WCBS. Good morning. I'm Anita Bonita three things to know at to fifteen one battle Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam says he's still not resigning and neither is his Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax the latter. Despite to accusations of sexual assault to Senator Elizabeth Warren announced yesterday that she's running for president. And it didn't take long for the current occupant away in with his tweet storm. Meanwhile, one of her rivals New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand says the president's name calling irresponsible and unpresidential. And she told reporters in South Carolina that Warren has been an extraordinary public servant who will keep fighting for Americans and three anti Amazon advocates took their message to the queen's bridge houses yesterday afternoon hoping to drum up opposition to the company's proposed second headquarters in Long Island city under a new fiscal plan. Proposed by Westchester county, executive George Latimer property taxes would stay where they are with one condition. WCBS Steve burns, Westchester county has reached a saturation point. In the words of county executive George ladder. He says in a Facebook post, he knows property taxes. Can't go up any further. So he's proposing a new solution. They would stay where they are. If state lawmakers approve a one percent increase in the county's sales tax right now. It's just about seven point four percent. It's at least a full percentage point lower than its neighbors, including New York City after several years of running deficits and dipping into reserves. Latimer says new revenue sources need to be found to avoid another credit rating demotion or even falling under state fiscal control. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty with anti-semitism on the rise in the US representatives, Carolyn Maloney, and Jerry, Nadler cosponsoring a measure to help educate school children about the holocaust. Here's rich lamb. The measure is named the never again act congresswoman Maloney about its purpose to create a new program at the United States Department of education to give teachers across this country new resources to.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good morning. I'm Anita Bonita three things to know at twelve fifteen one embattled Virginia governor Ralph Northam says he's still not resigning and neither is as Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax the ladder despite to accusations of sexual assault to Senator Elizabeth Warren announced yesterday that she's running for president. And it didn't take long for the current occupant to weigh in with a tweet storm. Meanwhile, one of Warren's rivals New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand says the president's name calling is irresponsible and unpresidential. And she told reporters in South Carolina that Warren has been an extraordinary public servant who will keep fighting for Americans and three anti Amazon advocates took your message to the queen's bridge houses yesterday hoping to drum up opposition to the company's proposed second headquarters in Long Island city under new fiscal plan. Proposed by Westchester county, executive George Latimer property taxes would stay where they are with one condition. Westchester county has reached a saturation point in the words of county executive. George latimer. He says in a Facebook post, he knows property taxes. Can't go up any further. So he's proposing a new solution. They would stay where they are. If state lawmakers approve a one percent increase in the county's sales tax right now. It's just about seven point four percent. It's at least a full percentage point lower than its neighbors, including New York City after several years of running deficits and dipping into reserves. Latimer says new revenue sources need to be found to avoid another credit rating demotion or even falling under state fiscal control. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty with anti-semitism on the rise throughout the country representatives, Carolyn Maloney, and Jerry Nadler are co sponsoring a measure to help educate school children about the holocaust. Here's rich lamb. The measure is named the never again act congresswoman Maloney about its purpose to create a new program at the United States Department of education to give teachers across this country new resources to.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Governor Ralph Northam says he's still not resigning and neither is his Lieutenant governor just in. Fairfax the latter despite to accusations of sexual assault to Senator Elizabeth Warren announced today that she's running for president. And it didn't take long for the current occupant away in with a tweet storm. Meanwhile, one of Warren's rivals New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand says the president's name calling is irresponsible and unpresidential. And she told reporters in South Carolina that Warren has been an extraordinary public servant who will keep fighting for Americans and three anti Amazon advocates took their message to the queen's bridge houses this afternoon hoping to drum up opposition to the company's proposed second headquarters in Long Island city under a new fiscal plan. Proposed by Westchester county, executive George Latimer property taxes would stay where they are with one condition WCBS Steve Byrne. Westchester county has reached a saturation point in the words of county executive George Latimer. He says in a Facebook post, he knows property taxes. Can't go up any further. So he's proposing a new solution. They would stay where they are. If state lawmakers approve a one percent increase in the county's sales tax right now. It's just about seven point four percent. It's at least a full percentage point lower than its neighbors, including New York City after several years of running deficits and dipping into reserves slammer says new revenue sources need to be found to avoid another credit rating demotion or even falling under state fiscal control. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty with anti-semitism on the rise in the US representatives, Carolyn Maloney, and Jerry Nadler are co sponsoring a measure to help educate school children about the holocaust. Here's rich lamb. The measure is named the never again act congresswoman Maloney about its purpose to create a new program at the United States Department of education to give teachers across this country new resources to.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The way hike will allow more than a million workers to envision their place in the middle class. Many business owners fear it will raise their costs. Two members of New York's congressional delegation are co sponsoring a Bill to give schools federal funding for holocaust education. WCBS is rich lamb has more. The measure is named the never again act congresswoman Maloney about its purpose to create a new program at the United States Department of education to give teachers across this country new resources to help them teach about the holocaust, and the destruction that anti-semitism bigotry, intolerance and hate Ken cause Ruth Zimba. A holocaust survivor stands squarely in support of the measure. She gives lectures to young people just two weeks ago. Class six. Seventh graders in the lead me, they knew nothing. If asked about crystal enough, maybe three hands out of sixty wind up if I asked. About kindertransport. Nobody's hand went up. And this shocked me every time because it is so important that they know from her family's apartment window as a ten year old Ruth watched Kristallnacht unfold in Vienna. In November of nineteen thirty eight at the center for Jewish history. Rich, lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty this was the first day of enrollment for the city's three K and pre K programs next fall, but the website crashed and was down for about four hours by noon. The site was backup at full speed. The city department of education blamed, the crash.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Morning sun giving way to clouds, the high forty six and then we're looking at rain arrives tomorrow evening. We'll be heavy at times overnight with a low of forty four on Friday. More heavy rain throughout the early afternoon. Windy and mild though, Friday, sixty one degrees. It's thirty three and mostly sunny now the humidity. Fifty one percent the Windsor west at just five miles an hour. Thirty three going up to forty two in central park. More people get their news from ten ten wins than from any other radio station in the nation. John Davis is our service aide. Tom offer is the writer Ronnie stern is at the editor's desk. I'm Susan, Richard. Older. You'll give us twenty two minutes. We'll give you the world. Good morning. Thirty three degrees. Eleven o'clock on this Wednesday, December nineteen Larry Kanter. And here's what's happening. The Brooklyn DA goes to court to get misdemeanor pod convictions. Erase a surveillance cameras snaps a photo of a man who's sexually assaulted a woman in queens yesterday morning. Congresswoman Maloney, says a fire station in Long Island city needs to be reopened. Lots of people seem to be getting a head start on getting away for the holidays. Ten ten wins. Accuweather mostly sunny, high today, forty two. This Chris lopresti Brody bandwagon and thinking big is the Mets introduce their latest edition the Yankees to me with Manny Machado today. Quality win for the nets. They play again tonight in Chicago while the Knicks visit the Sixers this is Andrew O'day, Bloomberg three hours from what arguably the most important fed reserve interest rates announced with all year. Wall Street is moderately higher. The Dow gaining two hundred sixteen points news time, eleven oh. One.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Congresswoman maloney and i we have call on the federal trade commission full and complete investigation and i also believe that we should call on the district attorney attorney general the justice department to in this capital and you see if there's any way of beginning at criminal prosecutions of these scammers the fund which helps those with health problems related to the two thousand one terror attacks has posted an alert on its website warning of the scam wins news time eight thirty one around trucks traffic center here is assume mccann's well we're going to start with the good news here's what we're seeing on long island speak three nary a worrying site a smooth sale and here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels still working to clear an accident on the whitestone bridge southbound that's queensbound heavy delays traffic is virtually at a standstill be aware the outer roadway on the inbound manhattan bridges closed for a five k until nine pm tap into your mario cuomo bridge heavy to westchester the kennedy triborough whitestone bridge is very slow to queens queens midtown tunnel very heavy to manhattan you start that slow down on the westbound l e at the bq e there is ano busy to brooklyn the outer bridge crossing to staten on thirty minutes gospels bridge to staten island twenty minutes george washington bridge thirty two new york upper and lower lincoln tunnel twentyfive to new york holland tunnel twenty minutes both ways and over a new jersey we're still clearing an accident from truck or nine in newark northbound at dreamers avenue closing the left lane and otherwise delays in new jersey slowing up on the northbound turnpike heading to the northbound cottle's bridge the northbound connecticut turnpike is heavy through greenwich and stanford and then again norwalk and fairfield delays on the both ways through queens sluggish on the bell parkway both ways between the cross island across boulevard and against stop and go both ways between the verrazano and bill basin inbound gwanda slows the prospect expressway to the brooklyn bridge and your stop and go traffic both ways between the brooklyn bridge and the l i e your next traffic and transit update in less than ten minutes the next breaking when it happens i'm soon mccann ten ten wins news time eight thirty.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Very often i'm talking to service providers who say i did everything for this client and they're still supporting a family of six on a ten dollar an hour job there are bills sitting in congress right now that actually would address improvement of services expansion of training addressing the convictions that people come away with after leaving many of these situations and their stalled they're not moving we're certainly trying congresswoman maloney it is incredibly difficult to pass legislation that costs money now with a almost twenty trillion dollar debt but we're trying we have fifty beds that i know of that are funded now susta foster which costs almost nothing no increase in funding for beds for trafficking victims or for law enforcement or for homelessness is a comparatively light lift that to its backers seems like a simple way to undermine the child sex trafficking marketplace by sending more of the guilty to jail it is the most profitable crime it's more profitable than selling arms or selling drugs and you can sell the human body over and over and over again until they they die so this bill is really going after the johns in the pimps and the traffickers who exploit young people for their financial benefit and the lack of beds means that they could wind up right back in it i've heard terrible stories where young girls have escaped they have absolutely no place to go and they end up in some strangers home they just have no place to go and some of suggested that says the faster will make it harder to find them and the people who exploit them here's oregon senator ron wyden who coauthored provision to thirty i fear it will send evil people who traffic beyond the grass of law enforcement to the shadowy corners of the dark where a place where every day search engines don't go and it's going to be even easier for criminals to find a safe haven for their extraordinarily evil acts well i would say that fifty attorney general's across the country disagree because they all wrote to congress and supported this bill another brainer the bill could make it easier to jail perpetrators and it could make it harder to find them i think that what's happened with these bills is really indicative of something occurred is where the people most impacted by the spill were written out of the conversation and became the collateral damage of good intentions.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Often i'm talking to service providers who say i did everything for this client and they're still supporting a family of six on a ten dollar an hour job there are bills sitting in congress right now that actually would address improvement of services expansion of training addressing the convictions that people come away with after leaving many of these situations and their stalled they're not moving we're certainly trying congresswoman maloney it is incredibly difficult to pass legislation that costs money now with a almost twenty trillion dollar debt but we're trying we have fifty beds that i know of that are funded now susta foster which costs almost nothing no increase in funding for bids for trafficking victims or for law enforcement or for homelessness is a comparatively light lift that to its backers seems like a simple way to undermine the child sex trafficking marketplace by sending more of the guilty to jail it is the most profitable crime it's more profitable than selling arms or selling drugs and you can sell the human body over and over and over again until they they die so this bill is really going after the john's in the pimps and the traffickers who exploit young people for their financial benefit and the lack of beds means that they could wind up right back in i've heard terrible stories where young girls have escaped they have absolutely no place to go and they end up in some strangers home they just have no place to go and some of suggested that sets the foster will make it harder to find them and the people who exploit them here's oregon senator ron wyden who coauthored provision to thirty i fear it will send evil people who traffic beyond the grass of law enforcement to the shadowy corners of the dark where a place where everyday search engines don't go and it's going to be even easier for criminals to find a safe haven for their extraordinarily evil acts well i would say that fifty attorney general's across the country disagree because they all wrote to congress and supported this spill another brainer the bill could make it easier to jail perpetrators and it could make it harder to find them i think that what's happened with these bells is really indicative of something bigger is where the people most impacted by this bill were written out of the conversation and became the collateral damage of good intentions.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of technology but what exists is not good enough at least not yet yes you're completely right there's this saying that was actually coined by tech journalist named mike mas nick nerd harder and the nerd harder problem that's whenever congress thinks that it can affect a huge improvement in technology by passing laws requiring technologists to make those massive improvements in technology most of the time it doesn't work which means that sites are cutting off access or shuttering altogether rather than contend with the liability they might face if they miss something illegal especially the smaller sites that can't afford the human monitors or lawyers that could keep them afloat everyone is not silenced equally the people who get the short end of the stick as it were is people who are marginalized in other parts of public life to congresswoman maloney doesn't see it that way wordpress dot dot com reports of commercial sex related advertising sites removed google reports of publicly shared commercial sex related advertising deleted read it new policies banning sale of sex acts and drugs verify him advertising newsreel gone nightshift shut down to review policies the erotic review yelp of the sex trade where men rate their experiences with trafficking victims us boards were shut down and city vibe shutdown full shutdown i'd say this is all great but harmon says that along with the ads and the scurrilous message boards there are those that share valuable information that enable isolated vulnerable groups to share experiences like the internet always has along with all the awful stuff that's how how the internet was designed intentionally.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on On The Media

"Living wage labor because we know what the root causes are and if we want to address trafficking actually have to address those the services available to people identified a survivor 's is an embarrassment very often i'm talking to service providers who say i did everything for this client and they're still supporting a family of six on a ten dollar an hour job there are bills sitting in congress right now that actually would address improvement of services expansion of training addressing the convictions that people come away with after leaving many of these situations and their stalled they're not moving certainly trying congresswoman maloney it is incredibly difficult to pass legislation that costs money now with a almost twenty trillion dollar debt but we're trying we have fifty beds that i know of that are funded now sestina foster which costs almost nothing no no increase in funding for bids for trafficking victims or for law enforcement or for homelessness is a comparatively light lift that to its backers seems like a simple way to undermine the child sex trafficking marketplace by sending more of the guilty to jail it is the most profitable crime it's more profitable than selling arms or selling drugs and you can sell the human body over and over and over again until they die so this bill is really going after the john's in the pimps and the traffickers who exploit young people for their financial benefit and the lack of beds means that they could wind up right back in i heard terrible stories where young girls have escaped they have absolutely no place to go and the end up in some strangers home of the they just have no place to go and some of suggested that sets the foster will make it.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on On The Media

"And is that because many websites are most of them don't have the ability to automatically filter in a scalpel like way congress's asking them to develop that kind of technology but what exists is not good enough at least not yet yes you're completely right there's this saying that was actually coined by tech journalist named mike mas nick nerd harder the nerd harder problem that's whenever congress thinks that it can affect a huge improvement in technology by passing laws requiring technologists to make those massive improvements in technology most of the time it doesn't work which means that sites are cutting off access or shuttering altogether rather than contend with the liability they might face if they miss something illegal especially the smaller sites that can't afford the human monitors or lawyers that could keep them afloat everyone is not silenced equally the people who get the short end of the stick as it were is people who are marginalized in other parts of public life to congresswoman maloney doesn't see it that way wordpress dot com reports of commercial sex related advertising sites removed google reports of publicly shared commercial sex related advertising deleted read it new policies banning sale of sex acts and drugs verify him advertising newsreel gone nightshift shut down to review policies the erotic review yelp of the sex trade where men rate their experiences with trafficking victims us boards were shut down and city vibe shutdown full shutdown i'd say this is all great but harmon says that along with the ads and the scurrilous message boards there are those that share valuable information that enable isolated vulnerable groups to share experiences like the internet always has along with all the awful stuff that's how the.

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"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"congresswoman maloney" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Health program with concern some services will be interrupted all worse republican congressman peter king of long island telling tend to end wins which would look in the book your proposal and if we hadn't been looking carefully you could have slipped by new york democratic congresswoman carolyn maloney also spoke with ten wins about this proposed change hunting they healthcare protect and injured died eleven refined earth and and survivors at risk is a new low even for the trump administration congresswoman maloney telling us she believes the motivation behind the changes to kill the program that was created as part of his the drug act that helps nine eleven first responders and survivors wins news time 503 funerals being held today for two students and a teacher who were among the seventeen people gunned down in last wednesday's mass shooting at a high school and parkland florida and the aftermath of the shooting we're hearing more from the students at that high school who are fuelling a message about gun laws this is a junior at the school cameron caskey speaking on abc's this week politicial on either side who is taking money from the nra is responsible for events like this also on abc's this week democratic congressman ted deutsche florida whose district includes parkland he says students are making a difference on this issue they're going to stand up for their lives that's what this is about and correspondent martha raddatz with more from the students at the high school where this mass shooting occurred i feel there is momentum with a new group of people a new group of students of seventeen year olds at eighteen year old who are resolved to change this we'll have to see what they do going forward to see if they really can make different there's word president trump will hold a listening session with high school students and teachers this coming week at the white house wins news time 503 for parliament last week school shooting senate minority leader chuck schumer maria wants the feds to take a look at protections under the new republican budget according to schumer next year's proposed budget cuts funding by sixteen percent to the.

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