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U.K. Moves Toward Ethically Controversial Coronavirus Vaccine Trial

PRI's The World

06:07 min | 10 months ago

U.K. Moves Toward Ethically Controversial Coronavirus Vaccine Trial

"Vaccine Trials are happening all over the globe today. The UK government announced funding for phase. One of something called a human challenge trial for a corona virus vaccine. The process will require young healthy volunteers to be infected with the virus in an effort to speed up vaccine testing a company called H Vivo and Imperial College London. Have the contract is set up the first part of that process. Here's more from the world's caroline dealer the idea itself sounds wild intentionally infect people with the very virus returning our lives upside down to avoid. People hear about these trials. Many people's immediate reaction is, how could it be ethical but Oxford bioethicist deb Yom row gic says, it's possible if certain conditions are met one of those conditions is that the expected benefits of the research outweigh the risks. In this case, how many infections could we prevent if we developed a vaccine sooner? For example, in a typical clinical trial thousands of people are injected with a test vaccine and sent out into the world to see if they still get infected naturally that's happening now with several corona virus vaccine candidates, but Andrew Catchpole. The, chief scientific officer at H., Vivo the company launching this human challenge trial says that takes time normal traditional trials involve many thousands of subjects take many many months to complete in human challenge trials, which HP VO has been running for decades. A small number of healthy volunteers would be intentionally infected with the coronavirus after getting jabbed with a trial vaccine to see if it works. What happens is because everybody is given the disease, you're able to determine efficacy in a matter of weeks. These types of tiles have been used for centuries and in the recent past have. Sped up the development of typhoid and cholera vaccines. The agreement announced by the UK government today is just for the first step of this contract to manufacture and test Raina the virus to use in trials it still has to be approved by regulators and an ethics panel. If it is between thirty and ninety volunteers could start being injected with just the test virus, not yet any vaccine as soon as the beginning of next year so far nearly three thousand people in the UK have signed up to volunteer for a challenge trial. One of them is allaster frazier ORCA. White indefinite convinced. The Human Josh all has essential to advising Ovalles, scenes, population way more quickly lift on them on opinion the risk is small enough to travel participants that we need to take that risk frazier ORCA put off going to university for a year to work with one day sooner, a nonprofit group advocating for human challenge trials and signing up volunteers. He says the Tom Channel some of the fear of living through a pandemic into something that feels productive grandma custos. My Dodd might catch his out his risk. So kind of on a personal level the. Volunteer volunteers will be paid somewhere around five thousand dollars insurance cover healthcare costs. For any complications they will quarantine in a special nineteen dead unit at the Royal Free, hospital in London for an expected two weeks after virus exposure. Again, Andrew Catch Paul from h Vivo. A first priority was doing these studies is the safety of the volunteers. So for that reason, we go very strict criteria about those who. Will be eligible to participate. Volunteers must be between eighteen and thirty healthy with no pre existing conditions. But there's a more controversial criteria that scientists are wrestling with right now whether to exclude volunteers of color because there is data suggest that there is a potential for increased risk. The UN says Kobe nineteen is disproportionately affecting racial and ethnic minorities around the globe including in Brazil the UK and the US. K. Government figures, black men in England and Wales are more than two and a half times more likely to die of cope in nineteen than white men. Some of that is explained by socioeconomic status in pre existing conditions. But Dhillon David Kumar, a physician and professor at University College London says it's more than that. They're also other underlying causes racism discrimination for example, being an underlying cause which are not easy to count foreign. Announces such as this Dave Qamar said, he's the health impacts of racism and xenophobia. He says, well, it's important to note that raises a social construct, not biological. The effects of racism in tells in ways that can be hard to identify. So you can't hold constant the discrimination someone's face throughout their life. You can't hold constant the environment someone grownup in the levels of air pollution kinds of housing that they've lifting throughout their life. So. There are differences in outcomes amongst racial groups. David Kamar isn't familiar with this specifics of this study proposal, but he says he can understand the reason for picking volunteers who are at the lowest possible risk for getting really sick. Charles cordray chief officer for the Caribbean and African Health Network sees it differently. It's really disappointing people of Color. In clinical trials that's partly due to legacy of racist medical experiments. By white doctors and kwok-wah dray says the idea of excluding people of color from this trial would add to the distrust mistrust and the lack of trust has come about as a result of decades of sometimes how we need to respond so quickly but what is meant is that there's a whole section of people. Fair much. whose voices are not being head HBO is still making a decision about whether and how to include people of Color in the first phase of this trial when they're testing out the safest way to infect people with the actual virus the company hasn't designed protocols yet for the actual vaccine-testing in hopes quickly follows the volunteer criteria for this stage of the study will be finalized and handed over to UK regulators and an ethics panel by

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"cordray" Discussed on Inside the Healing Room

Inside the Healing Room

04:35 min | 10 months ago

"cordray" Discussed on Inside the Healing Room

"Widened my. To the. Of Me Up community. And so that's what that's what we're doing again because you know again because the need is there and I don't know I notice that different grieving opportunities are circles and support group? I'm on a lot of them calls with work with work that I do and and different types of facilitation then I do. And I can't do that work and not thought and provide base for those who are grieving. Well I think it's just so important and I love. I love getting to know how you're out there helping and what's available and it's just a different a different space to be in. It's supportive and it's positive but I love it I love what you're doing. When you looking ahead like what do you envision like for the future like what to you on C. happening with this work that you're putting out in the world? I love. Workers a huge question my desire as they continue to have conversations like this. And to introduce or remind people of the power. Of Poetry. and. Whether I am Facilitating Award side or coaching when individually they're also on the website stuff at courses with videos walking you through. If that's an option. Then addition to all of that, my desire is to expand not the business, but the community of those who are using cordray.

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New California Financial Watchdog Would Take Aim At Predatory Lenders Amid Pandemic

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:16 min | 1 year ago

New California Financial Watchdog Would Take Aim At Predatory Lenders Amid Pandemic

"Millions of Americans who are short of money in the pandemic are vulnerable to scams and predatory loans. California lawmakers want to protect them by creating a new financial protection watchdog agency. They say, they have to do that because the federal government hasn't done its job. NPR's Chris Arnold reports critics say that under the trump administration, the main federal watchdog, the consumer. Financial Protection Bureau has been paralyzed one study. Last year found that it's enforcement activity plunged by eighty percent from two thousand fifteen. We are now as states left to do the Work Ourselves California? Assembly member Monique Lee Mon along with the governor is proposing to create the Department of Financial Protection and invasion. It would give the state broader power to police aggressive debt collectors, predatory loans, and other shady practices limo proposed before the pandemic. But now the timing of it is even more important. You see that at at the California level since Covid we've seen an increase of forty percent consumer complaints and we want to help them. Some of those complaints are about mortgage companies, personal loans, and companies that promise to help people get out of debt. A long list of fair lending and Consumer Protection Groups are backing the proposal. Suzanne MARTINDALE WORKS ON POLICY issues for consumer reports with millions of people. In California alone who filed for unemployment, many people are teetering on the brink of insolvency here. So lonely a risky payday product, aggressive debt collector that can for someone over the edge into poverty into bankruptcy and homelessness at the worst possible time in the middle of a public health crisis. Financial firms usually aren't big fans of more regulation but Beth Mills with the California Bankers Association says, it's okay if the new agency wants to better police some of the banks competitors, she says online lenders, for example, many face much. Looser regulations than the banks do we would welcome greater regulation on them to make sure that we're operating under the same rules. But when it comes to the companies that her group represents, which she says are most of the banks and lenders in the state large and small, we would like to be exempt from the bill because the banks and financial institutions that we represent are very heavily regulated at both state and. Federal Level added appears the financial firms of the ear of some lawmakers. A source close to the legislative negotiations tells NPR that a group of moderate Democrats is pressuring the governor to allow for large carve outs for many companies and that could mean a much weaker watchdog. Richard Cordray is a former director of the federal consumer financial protection. Bureau he's been consulting on the bill and says that would be a big mistake i. Don't think that the legislature should make it hard for consumers to get their money back when they've been victimized by unfair deceptive and abusive practices. Cordray says if it's done, right the new California agency could be a model for other states for how to have a tough financial watchdog agency of their own. But a legislative deadline means the bill has to get passed by the end of the month. There's a key hearing lawmakers.

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Supreme Court Eyes The President's Power To Say 'You're Fired!'

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Eyes The President's Power To Say 'You're Fired!'

"At the Supreme Court today the trump administration is trying to make it easier for the president to replace the heads of the country's independent regulatory agencies. The administration is asking the court to restrict or reverse a decision that dates back more than eighty years. Npr legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg reports in two thousand eight the. Us economy was on the brink of financial disaster. A rising number of homeowners quite simply can't pay their mortgages for closures have hit a record high. The National Association of Realtors reported the worst month dropping existing home sales since they started keeping track in the late nineties. Further meltdown in the mortgage market had investors. Heading for the exits in two thousand nine. Congress sought to reestablish oversight and regulation of the financial system among the remedies enacted was a law that consolidated powers from across seven agencies into one call the consumer financial protection bureau. It was placed in the offices that the Federal Reserve and funded by the Fed. The new agency was charged with preventing a repeat of two thousand eight financial crisis. Richard Cordray was its first director for the baby. Had two roles one was to try to prevent an economic collapse of that kind ever happening again. And that was done largely to putting in place rules that safeguarded the mortgage market and ferreted out. A lot of the irresponsible and ultimately failed lending that had occurred once in place. The bureau moved aggressively to protect consumers from bad actors in banking and other financial services also in the CFP BE SITES. Were Bill Collectors. Telemarketers and others accused of misleading practices among these was the Salem Law Firm in Los Angeles investigated for charging consumers illegal. Upfront fees for debt relief services the CFP as part of its investigation demanded certain documents from the law firm. The firm refused contending that the structure of the agency is unconstitutional. Because it's director cannot be fired by the president at will instead the bureau's director like the heads of other independent federal agencies can only be fired for cause meaning malfeasance inefficiency or neglect of duty lawyer? Andy Pinkus who represents the Chamber of Commerce explains the theory of our government is that the popularly elected president will appoint officials and remove them. They're not doing what he wants. So if you take away the president's power to remove someone Then you're drastically limiting the political accountability of that individual that view however lost in the lower courts and the sale affirm appealed to the Supreme Court backed by the trump administration central today. Argument is a case dating back to nineteen thirty five. When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt tried to fire one of five commissioners on the Federal Trade Commission over his policy views. The Supreme Court ruled unanimously. That Congress created the FTC to perform quays judicial quasar legislative functions and that the president could not therefore dismiss its members the way he could members of his own administration the sale firm and the trump administration will argue that. The CFPB is different because the bureau's power was placed in the hands of a single director instead of a multi member commission again lawyer. Andy Pinkus multi member agencies the way they're structured our system have to have people from different parties. The president picks the chairman who has a lot of control about how it operates. The terms are staggered. So most presidents will have an opportunity to appoint a number of those people because the trump administration is not defending the CFP structure. The Supreme Court appointed lawyer Paul Clement to argue on behalf of the Bureau Clement notes that there are other single-member directors the government who cannot be fired by the president will among them the control of the currency and the director of the Social Security Administration. The constitution says nothing about the president's power to remove officers confirmed by the Senate pointing to that fact Clement notes. There are literally dozens of independent agencies. That control everything from monetary policy to the stock market to public health and Safety Clement says that the consequences of invalidating the CFP structure could be dire. The issue in this case is like the thread on the sweater. That if you start tugging on it and you tug on it hard enough. Potentially the whole sweater comes undone and the sweater here really is is the entirety of the whole alphabet soup of agencies that all have these four 'cause protections these agencies. He notes are often central to our economy. The Federal Reserve is a great sort of example of why Congress imposes these kinds of restrictions. Because there are certain issues in the world that we deal with the national level where it's nice to have a degree of installation for a discharging a particular duty where it's not GonNa Change with whoever's the president the trump administration however is willing to roll the dice in this case. It argues that if a single director agency cannot be distinguished from a multi member agency the court should reverse. The case decided eighty five years ago. That would throw into doubt not just the CFP B but independent agencies that comprise roughly a third of the government and not just those agencies but also potentially the rules that those agencies have laid down over the years

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"cordray" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"cordray" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"I'm not sure when you're going to hear this show. You can hear it in the morning. We're going to hear at night but I can tell you. I'm recording this show for you on this Valentine's Day on the day of yet another Patriots football game. I'm super excited. I'm wearing my gunner Shefty Jersey as the Patriots get prepared tonight at seven twenty central standard time to play the Houston Texans and what will be an incredible game and Even though everything about watching the Patriots is probably something. You don't care about the reason why like sharing with you about the Patriots are so there are so many management mastery tips. You can learn from their head coach. Bill Belichick there are so many parallels to running an NFL team as that are very similar to running a small business and it is absolutely possible for you to learn something from Bill Belichick each and every time you hear a reference to him on these shows but as much as I love bill. Belichick the person who's made the biggest impact on my life and my business philosophy by far is Napoleon Hill on Napoleon Hill. Is the best selling self help author who famously worked for free for Andrew Carnegie the world's wealthiest man during his lifetime because he wanted to learn the secrets of super success. Jason Think about that for a second imagine. How old are you right now? I am twenty six. Imagine you went today. You went home and you're Napoleon Hill is about this age and you went and talk to your your your wife. Listeners. Out there who don't know your wife. Well what is your wife's first name. Her name is Alexis. And how long have you two been together Going on five years married for three months as of the end of November. So imagine this imagine that you went home today and you said to your wife he said. Hey here's a deal. She says I was the podcast goes good. But here's the deal. I have agreed to work for free for Bill Gates or in this case. It's not an Andrew Carnegie. Andrew Carnegie was the world's wealthiest man during his lifetime. Bills the world's wealthiest right now as of today just passed. Jeff Bezos with a net worth of one hundred ten billion as of last week. But I I've been thinking it over and we're GONNA move out there to the Seattle area and we're going to work for Bill Gates for free for ten years and she says how's it going to go over. She would be very confused. She'd say I don't understand what you're saying or why you're saying it so and you'd say you know. Hey Listen I. I wanted to learn how to become super successful. and Bill Gates agreed to let me work for him poor free for a decade and he promised he's going to introduce me to the. Who's who of the business game so I'm GonNa meet you know I'm GonNa meet the head people at Apple Tim Cook. I'M GONNA meet Mark Zuckerberg. I'M GONNA get to include all these interviews in my book but I've got to commit to work for free for a decade. Now here's what he's going to do. He is going to give me access to these people. But I've got to work for free for a decade. How would that conversation go over? Its it would make a lot of sense to me but I guarantee you say you're crazy person. Oh look who just hopped in Dr Breakfast. Optical we Jason can you adjust? Mike? Yeah we're talking about Napoleon Hill and the notable quote from Napoleon Hill but again the the premise of thinking grow rich is that Napoleon Hill wanted to learn how to become super successful and he was able to do it as a result of agreeing to work for free through an for Andrew Carnegie and that would be the equivalent of Jason Beasley working for free for Bill Gates. How long would your wife allow you to work for free for for Bill Gates? I mean honestly with this current merged dynamic. You said Hey they're gonNA cover a room and board. How long would the free thing workout fifth? Give it about two weeks. Two weeks okay. So Napoleon Hill did this for years which is by the way why why. Napoleon Hill didn't stay married very long Multiple Times that makes sense Oh by the way. Jason is attempting to ambidextrous. He's fixing fixing the microphone wreck's over there and for Bucky Cordray Wall also doing a show but we're talking about Napoleon Hill quotes and we're breaking down the words of wisdom of Napoleon Hill a doctor Brett. How are you doing this morning? My friend or you Do you did you have a good Saturday. I did yeah. Hey I'm doing well man. Hey have you read a lot of a Napoleon Hill throughout your life Not A lot but yeah I've read Thinking Rich Are you wearing a magnolia market. Hat I did you go down to Waco. No my wife went. Oh really yeah. I love that swag and she at the trip. Do you like the fixer. Upper show. Actually do yeah. I'll beautiful Jason. You're getting your Michael Setup Bucky Bucky. How're you doing my friend? Good good good. I how you doing this morning. I'm doing well. I'm excited to talk to you guys about Napoleon Hill. And they're going to be deep diving into the world of buying homes with Bucky cordray. It's going to be a laser show today so here so I want to ask you this. Dr Brecca mentioned that you. You know you're chiropractic a practic business. Dr Brek DOT COM is doing. Well imagine that you went to your wife. Today I have an opportunity to work for the Modern Day. Andrew Carnegie we'RE TALKING. We're working for the world's wealthiest man he's GonNa give me access to all the world's wealthiest people so that I can put together a book documenting. What I've learned the book's going to be called thinking grow rich. Think and grow rich. The only catch is I had to agree to work for free for a decade. How would that conversation go over seriously? How would that go over it? I think it would have gone okay until you said for a decade for a decade. Well I mean we've got some money in savings. I think she thinks secure. We're okay for a while but I don't think she thinks we're okay for a decade. Do you mean. Would that seem reasonable to have you read? Thinking grew rich. I Have Klay Would that seem reasonable for you to work for free for the world's wealthiest man for a decade in order to have access to all his wisdom. I mean it it. It absolutely would but being able to commit a whole decade for all my Gosh. Is this just.

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Move To Pull Consumer Protection Rule Heightens Debate Over Payday Lending

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Move To Pull Consumer Protection Rule Heightens Debate Over Payday Lending

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from almond board of California, did, you know almond orchards bloom before most other plants and help honeybee hives grow stronger before they pollinate other late blooming crops, grow what you know at almondsustainability dot org. Some people rely on borrowing money from themselves you get a payday loan. It's cash you promised to pay back when your next paycheck arrives. The Trump administration has been scaling back in force -ment of this industry and Kathy creditor who runs the consumer financial protection bureau will likely be asked why when she testifies before a house panel today, here's NPR's Daniel Chesler. Oh. This is the sound of a payday loan cash. You can get quickly just by walking into a store, I met this Springfield Virginia branch of advance America during a rainy lunch hour and a woman who works as a medical assistant comes in. I borrow three hundred interest is seventy three dollars. Angela who asked us to only use her first name to protect her privacy is getting a thirty day loan to cover a family trip to New York. She says she prefers payday loan because she doesn't trust herself with credit cards. It's convenient and quick all Angela had to do a show her ID and write a check for the day the loan was due. She brought in a Bank statement and a pay stub to get her first loan, but she's taken out a few since then about two a year, we provide consumers from all across the country with the ability to access money when they need it. Most the very model of the loan is batik out as much money from the bars Bank account until that inevitable default. That's the industry view from Jamie Fulmer. At advance America, which has nine thousand nine hundred payday lending branches. And a critical perspective from Scott Astrada the center for responsible lending, a consumer advocacy group. And this is the heart of the debate behind a rule drawn up under the Obama administration that never took effect. The rule would require payday lenders to make sure borrowers are able to repay their loans. Angela is confident she can pay this loan back. Even though the interest rate works out to three hundred percent over the course of a year. The CFP be researched this issue in a two thousand fourteen report it found half of all payday loans are in a sequence at least ten loans long with spiraling costs to borrowers. And that's why the bureau created the rule under former director Richard cordray. He says the agency's mission has changed the new leadership at the see of PB has been much less aggressive about doing things that press hard on the industry to change in ways that help consumers Democrats to control. Of the house, and they oppose rescinding this payday loan rule. Consumer advocates say the rule is vital. So to veterans groups the N W C P says quote, payday lenders have long preyed upon communities of color, but Quinn Trung who served as deputy general counsel at the CFP ender. Obama says banks have tighter criteria than other lenders for small dollar amounts sometimes borrowers. Don't have good enough credit to qualify for credit cards under the current rules. She says there's the possibility that some segments of the population don't have very good alternatives to the payday product. She says the rule would have posed an existential threat to the industry and some lenders had already shut down. Intimidating the impact. Angela the borrower. I spoke to says she's grateful the rule may not take affect I'm happy. They have this. I can actually get alone and be able to pay them back easily in have extra money with the little bit of interest. But is able to pay it back. She's actually pays. Loans back early to save on interest. But payday lenders in most states don't offer discounts for customers who pay early and the CFP CFP's own research shows, many borrowers get trapped by debt with no change in regulation that will continue to be a problem. Daniela Chesler NPR news, Springfield, Virginia. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.

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How an education campaign for young migrants forced the UK to change the law

UN News

05:17 min | 2 years ago

How an education campaign for young migrants forced the UK to change the law

"This is Connor Lennon from U N us education is recognized the world over as cordray of development and improved job prospects. But for migrants, even those who have the legal rights to reside in a new country getting access to a classroom can be an uphill struggle for many young migrants in the UK the idea of going to university can be an impossible dream because that charged overseas student fees, which can be around double those of so-called home students. However, thanks to the work of lettuce. Learn a UK based campaign for equal and fair treatment for young migrants their options have slightly improved as Chris Jarrett the founder of lettuce. Learn explained to you and news when she took part in a migration debate at union headquarters in New York, a twenty fifteen court victory has made a big difference. Too. Many young UK students born abroad outbreak break kinda came in the supreme. Mm court case whereby we recognizer two thousand young migrants every year that was stopped from going to university because of their immigration status and the government changing the law, so the despite being lawfully resident in the country of being told that she no you're not going to move forward with your education. I spray shins and two thousand fifteen we managed to submit over twenty nine case studies is a supreme court on a case that were very similar to ourselves and said, you know, what this law is discriminatory, and it has to be changed at a systemic issue in place and back in two thousand and fifteen we call back success, and we managed to influence government policy, which means that hundreds if not thousands more young migrants every year able to go off to university and access student learned that they will pay back and prior to that that wasn't the case. So we've had a magnificent success regarding equal access it started off with a lot of young migrants recognizing that she at the age eighteen the separated from their peers Ella treated quite differently because of the color of their passport or the status in the country despite them having. There for more than half their lives to ROY now in the UK, what do migrants have access to and what don't they have access to so young Margaret's in particular. I think the breaking point and when they recognize an issue regarding the status an access is when they go off to university and instead of being charged home fees and off young migrants, charged international fees in the country, again, they call home, and international fees are almost twice the amount that home domestic students have to pay. And so that's one area of differentiation as for me. A young myself. I have lived my life since I was eight years old in the U K. I'm now twenty four years old, and I've been afforded amazing opportunities, and I've taken them, and I've taken advantage of them the UK's an absolutely amazing country of loss of Shane ities. But there are some points where there are holes in the system and a lot of young people become unintended consequences of valley or hostile policies, which is quite unfortunate. So the case great, but it can do better political atmosphere seems. To have changed in the last few years for various reasons, how has that impacted on the work that you're doing recent political developments in the UK have helped highlight the need for wide immigration reform and not just fragmented approach show. I liberation reform whereby we change this system only for some people and leave the rest suffering from the hostile policies. Brexit, for example, has highlighted that with European Londoners. But also the winner scandal whereby a lot of KOMO citizens that came to the UK in the late nineteen fifties. And Arbor to citizens managed to fall through the loops because the government didn't recognize that they're hostile policies will prevent a lot of people from proving this status and subsequently left to a low of lives being put on hold. But I think there's an opportunity in this. The both winter scandal on Brexit has allowed us the opportunity speaks policymakers to say junior war. There are certain policies have been going for very long time. And these things is now showing that there's cracks in the system is time. For white conversation that we must have and be truthful that policies that we have currently in the UK regarding immigration is simply not fit for purpose and his all of this Bank Graham made you and make people in similar situations to feel differently about your place in the UK. I'm confident that regardless of whether or not the British government seamy as British and whether or not I have a different possible. I feel my identity has been molded within British society. And all my hopes and dreams have been formed and a lot of dreams actually and aspirations have manifested in the UK. I've lived here since I was eight years old. And it doesn't take a piece of paper to prove that I think I can speak for a lot of other young people within lettuce, Len my is Asian that we definitely know that there's a fight worth fighting for his there's an a cause and we recognize as an of untapped potential that could be stopped and a lot of young people who could be prevented from moving forward simply because the government overlooked them. And so for us this. Is an opportunity to really have those really hard conversations to really review the impact of certain policies to say, do you know, what this isn't fit for purpose? And here's how we can fix it. So it's been useful to sue the government. We want to have that conversation. We aren't hostile. We want the change to just move on with our lives.

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Tech IPOs were set for a comeback, then the government shut down

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:54 min | 2 years ago

Tech IPOs were set for a comeback, then the government shut down

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Amazon web services. Whether it's searching for life on other planets or helping enterprises reinvent their industries AWS helps technology scale to meet the challenge. Learn more at AWS is how dot com slash podcast and by triple bite applying to programming jobs can be a pain from endless applications, countless hours of technical screens with triple bite. There's a better way, you do one online interview. And you get to go straight to final interviews at hundreds of companies apply now at triple bite dot com slash marketplace. And if you take a job through triple by the offer, you a thousand dollar signing bonus triple bite B Y T E dot com slash marketplace. Tech IPO's were about to make a comeback at long last, and then the government shutdown from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. It's been a big story that tech companies have been staying private longer. And there are fewer and fewer tech IPO's. It did seem like the drought was lifting at the end of last year. Uber and lift filed for initial public offerings. There were rumors that Airbnb Pinterest and slack might finally pull the trigger this year, but three weeks into two thousand nineteen and the securities and Exchange Commission isn't picking up the phone the SEC, lawyers and accountants who work on PEOs are shut down along with the government. And if this shutdown goes on much longer, the big names might be fine. But it could chill the whole tech IPO resurgence. Let's dig into this and quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at big tech story. Cordray Bush is a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. She writes that when it comes to IPO's timing is everything you think of quote, unquote, IPO windows, and do you think of that as a time when the stock market is doing well when there's not many big stock swings. When there's not a lot of political risks. So that's what a lot of people thought this first half of twenty nineteen was going to be a really good time and anything that delays that pushes them back from that could be problematic. How does this affect a company that's smaller than Uber or lift if there's a smaller startup that is hoping for an IPO to really raise a lot of capital. So that's where it's more concerning and everyone we've spoken with points to biotechnology companies is really those that are most at risk right now. Biotech companies burn through cash really fast trials are very expensive. And you need to have a lot of trials before you can go back and forth with the FDA to get your drug approved. So besides the fact that the FDA is under the shutdown partially as well. So they can't even talk with the FDA biotech companies from our conversations are. Are most eager to find either a workaround to be able to try to go public unreas- money, or they're the most desperate for the shutdown to end are there long term consequences to putting IPO's on pas like this. Some of the biggest concerns over the past several years have been that we just don't have as many public companies anymore. And folks that we talked you said as the shutdown continues companies that were planning to go public. It's more impetus to choose these other routes when companies are filed for very long time of its talking to someone who was saying when they're sitting just waiting for an IPO all of their financials are available. If somebody wants to look through SEC filings that could make them ripe for the picking for 'em in a committee them right for the picking for other private financing, the keeps them private longer or maybe something's going to change in their operations in. That period of time, which then they don't feel confident going public. Corey Bush is a reporter for the Wall Street Journal another problem here when the government finally does reopen the SEC will be buried in filings. It could take months to dig out from. And now for some related links. Not like, it's so easy to be a public company though. And on that note, I have some things to say about net flicks it stopped yesterday. After it reported mixed earnings and said, it might make less money in the first quarter of this year. And what's crazy about that is how the entire stock market and Wall Street where rejoicing just a few days earlier when Netflix announced price increases for its monthly subscribers which got me thinking, did it not occur to anyone that the reason Netflix is raising prices is because it needs the money making TV and movies is super expensive, no amount of cheaper cameras or reality TV or YouTube has changed that. And that's basically what Netflix said in its earnings report that the costs of creating higher quality original shows to fight off HBO and Amazon prime and Disney are high and getting higher the company that eventually wins. The streaming wars will be the one with the most cash, which is why it can. Continues to be a mystery that apple is taking this long since it has the most cash. Hey, you know, what apple could buy with its huge stockpile of cash and turn it into a streaming service. For original content. Snap snap is like the company that no one can really even be bothered to write about that much anymore. Even though it seems like every executive who walks through the door. They're immediately pulls a u turn and walked right back out again and snap was valued at thirty one billion dollars. When it went public in two thousand seventeen and now it's down to like eighty billion dollars snap is currently one of the most heavily shorted stocks on Wall Street. You don't want. 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"cordray" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Saying I want you to say what you think in minute and not worry about the politics of these your statements in advance better better orc in Texas came closer than Claire mccaskill Joe Donnelly, Heidi Heitkamp, Phil Bredesen's. Richard cordray cordray and so did Stacey Abrams. And so did Andrew gillum. Just just so everyone knows and the the the Beto Beto mockery comes from the most obvious fucking suspects. Which are the most cynical reporters in DC who think they fucking know everything and don't and establishment Republicans who are jealous that we have inspiring candidates in our party, and they do not which is what they used to do to Brock Obama. We heard all the same stuff over Huckabee away from the same cynical these reporters and the same establishment Republicans, and the reason they mock it is because they don't want us to have those candidates because they are frayed that they will win. That's why they mock it last night in a lot of ways went the expected route. Right. You know, we thought maybe there's a chance we could win these centers. We thought maybe Stacey has a chance to maybe. She's still does we thought maybe better has chance we were more hopeful about Gillam, but we won the house, which was what our focus was what what we believe is the most important thing. I believed going into election night that Andrew Jhelum that award. Stacey Abrams that they represented the future of the Democratic Party. And that is true win or lose. Yeah. We have plenty of time to talk about twenty twenty in the coming weeks and months by will say, you watch better work speech last night. You watch Stacey Abrams you watch Andrew gillum. And you see that the movement. They've inspired the people they've inspired. And then you tell me that that's not what we need in twenty twenty. Here's the deal. I hope I'll three of them run for president twenty twenty. All right. I really do if they don't other twenty twenty candidates look at them that is the bar, and you have to meet that bar. We are not accepting anything less. We want inspiring. Can it's like that. Who can both excite the base and reach out to non voters and build a movement and get people excited about politics again. And if you cannot get on that level on better works level or Stacey Abrams. Andrew gillum level. You have to think twice about running for president. You have to think hard about your campaign. That was that's what I'll say about that..

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"cordray" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Saying I want you to say what you think in minute and not worry about the politics of these your statements in advance better better orc in Texas came closer than Claire mccaskill Joe Donnelly, Heidi Heitkamp, Phil Bredesen's. Richard cordray cordray and so did Stacey Abrams. And so did Andrew gillum. Just just so everyone knows and the the the Beto Beto mockery comes from the most obvious fucking suspects. Which are the most cynical reporters in DC who think they fucking know everything and don't and establishment Republicans who are jealous that we have inspiring candidates in our party, and they do not which is what they used to do to Brock Obama. We heard all the same stuff over Huckabee away from the same cynical these reporters and the same establishment Republicans, and the reason they mock it is because they don't want us to have those candidates because they are frayed that they will win. That's why they mock it last night in a lot of ways went the expected route. Right. You know, we thought maybe there's a chance we could win these centers. We thought maybe Stacey has a chance to maybe. She's still does we thought maybe better has chance we were more hopeful about Gillam, but we won the house, which was what our focus was what what we believe is the most important thing. I believed going into election night that Andrew Jhelum that award. Stacey Abrams that they represented the future of the Democratic Party. And that is true win or lose. Yeah. We have plenty of time to talk about twenty twenty in the coming weeks and months by will say, you watch better work speech last night. You watch Stacey Abrams you watch Andrew gillum. And you see that the movement. They've inspired the people they've inspired. And then you tell me that that's not what we need in twenty twenty. Here's the deal. I hope I'll three of them run for president twenty twenty. All right. I really do if they don't other twenty twenty candidates look at them that is the bar, and you have to meet that bar. We are not accepting anything less. We want inspiring. Can it's like that. Who can both excite the base and reach out to non voters and build a movement and get people excited about politics again. And if you cannot get on that level on better works level or Stacey Abrams. Andrew gillum level. You have to think twice about running for president. You have to think hard about your campaign. That was that's what I'll say about that..

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"cordray" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Padoa Franciscan. Yes. Good for you. Boy, do you have friends in the Catholic community. They tell me you have got this opioid thing wired that you've got great ads. I saw a bunch of ads won by your daughter who I think it was your daughter was a killer daughter, Anna. Yup. So so tell us about what is going to define this because I know hios economies rocking. I cannot imagine voting for radical like cordray, but what's driving the day today. Well, you're absolutely right. We think the issue is do we do we go back eight years ago in Ohio when cordray and Ted Strickland were in power? We'd lost four hundred thousand jobs, we had double digit unemployment. We're roaring back. And you know, things are better. We've gained those four hundred thousand jobs we've had another one hundred and fifty thousand and last week figures came out for the last year September September we've gained more jobs in that twelve month period that we had any twelve month period for twenty two years. So things are things are coming back. We cannot. Go back to the whole idea that you spend, and you spend and you tax and you tax my opponent. Richard cordray has been critical of our tax cut for small business, which I know is you know, really caused small business men and women to be able to employ more people to expand. And just help help grow the economy. So it's the question is do we go forward or do we go go backward? I had the chance yesterday to beep with President Trump rally. Quite a rally wanted. Mazing and he invited me up to the up to the podium and. He looked at me. And he said he said, hey, just go up there and have fun. So. You know, what I like Mike dewine is that Europe southern Ohio guy like like my son era, Miami, red hockey, right? Hamilton county guy, yellow springs farm, boy grew up. But you're campaigning and Cleveland. So I love closing in Cleveland that you gotta go to Trumbull county to my stomping ground which voted for Trump. And you've got to go to the valley with Jim tressel and campaign up. There were Democrats aren't jobs. Well, that's absolutely right. And I were there yesterday morning. In fact, so we're campaigning there, and then went to Cleveland, but I have done well in what is traditionally considered to be democrat area of Cleveland, and as well as the Mahoning valley, and I think we're going to do. Well, this time just I have the feeling I get Fran. I stood out in front of the Browns game on Sunday along with my friend birdie Kosar, Bernie, yes, I saw that picture Bernie from. You know, Bernie is helped us friend. I have a support a school down in Haiti named after our late daughter. Becky, and Bernie is for twenty years has is come to our fundraiser every year, my friend and borough Fidelis house, and it's just a close relationship with Bernie. But you know, we got I thought great reception from people going into that game. I mean, it was you know, I've worked football games before with people going in. But this time it was I thought very very good. So I am Hugh I'm optimistic, but look this is as they say a turn out election. It depends on who who who shows up who comes. You know, we think we've made our case to the people of the state of Ohio. But if any your listeners have not voted thinking about maybe for some reason not voting there's just a sharp contrast between cordray and in in in might want France to wind are everything that I like about Ohio. And there are they had eight kids they got twenty three grandkids. You might run into one of them today at the polls out there. But it reminds me of the state Nebraska game. All right. That was not decided till the end. And then it was the ground game that got us over the top and gun got a W..

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Midterm election results begin to pour in

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

04:56 min | 2 years ago

Midterm election results begin to pour in

"Were so angry about Merrick garland, President Obama's supreme court nominee who never got a vote in the Senate. He never got a vote because Republicans had control and majority leader Mitch McConnell had the decision of we will hold a vote on him. We won't hold vote on him. He decided not to hold a vote. It didn't happen. So with Republicans maintaining control of the Senate that means McConnell will be able to hold votes on a whole lot of judicial nominees for President Trump. They can continue putting conservative judges on the court. And if the Democrats do take back control of the house and pass a permanent fix for for Dhaka. Recipients are or many of other things that that Democrats want to do that means that the Republican Senate can just not vote on it or vote for something else. And here's one more thing if Democrats want to push impeachment the idea that a Republican controlled Senate would vote to convict a president who's been impeached by the house is somewhere around zero percent. And how close are Democrats to their goal of retaking the house we've been saying Twenty-three seats need needed to take control of the house. How far along are they at this hour of the night about halfway there? They've picked up about a dozen seats at this point in time. And that puts them in pretty good track considering some any of the key races. Democrats thought would be that first wave seats. They pick off are out in California. Where polls haven't closed yet. How are they doing in the governor's races? They're doing pretty well as well. They have picked up gubernatorial seats in Illinois. And I believe Michigan as well. Democrats have picked up seats there. They've also defended seats in Colorado. Jared polis won the open governor seat. There Ohio had been a race. They'd been getting a lot of tension. Richard cordray had been re leading a lot of poll. He's the democrat running for governor on. Hi, oh, he's actually trailing the Republican Mike dewine right now by about seven points, which is notable since Sherrod Brown. One a really easy reelection in the Senate race. No a couple of the most prominent governors races. We've been watching in Georgia and Florida still too close to call that is right Florida is basically fifty fifty Republican Rhonda Santa's has a fifty to forty nine percent lead over democrat, Andrew gillum and in Georgia. Let me just scroll to that on my screen. I think I would remember if we'd call that race. Yeah. But with sixty seven percent reporting Brian Kemp, the Republican is leading Stacey Abrams. The democrat fifty four to forty five percent that would be notable. Because nearly every poll had that race neck and neck. Well, we're going to hear more about Georgia actually in right now. Bill of Georgia public broadcasting is with us, and he can tell us. More about that Bill. I'm Michelle good to talk to you. So how's it looking there? Well, I think you've got to be careful about the margin that you're hearing right now in the Georgia governor's race because the big metro Atlanta counties, which are predominantly, of course, democratic are still those precincts are out in big numbers. Dekalb county one of the state's biggest and most powerful democratic counties. Very few of the votes. Counted their Fulton County Clayton county counties in the immediate metro area. And what what you have to have had had seen was kept building up. The kind of Lee showing right now across rural Georgia to withstand the. Influx of democratic votes. So I think it's really fair to say that race right now really is way too close to call. And just remind us if you would have why it is that people are so interested in this race. I'm gonna take my colleague more licenses instruction here, and and not call it a waiver. But, but you cannot ignore the fact that there's been tremendous excitement about this race from all across the country excitement and anxiety, and and actually some anger and tell us why remind us of why I think there are several reasons number one, of course, Stacey Abrams if she wins would become the first African American female governor in the United States. She's also running as a progressive democrat Democrats run as real Democrats in Georgia. They run to the right. And in the last decade, plush it hasn't gotten anywhere. Jason Carter tried to do that. When he ran for governor in two thousand fourteen Jimmy Carter's grandson, he didn't get very far. So Stacey Abrams is come in and said, no, no, no, I am basically a liberal Democrat. And I'll run his one Brian camp runs as a very conservative Republicans. So you've set up a dynamic here that we have not seen in Georgia for a very very long time. And I. Has made for a really exciting race. I'm sorry. You didn't mention Oprah. Could we mentioned? I just think we should mention Oprah. Because once you do that at and who came in to what campaign for Stacey Abrams. You know, Oprah told the crowd she did to events

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"cordray" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on WTVN

"Welcome back in next hour. We will have Richard cordray democratic candidate for governor of Ohio and Mike dewine Republican candidate. For governor of Ohio on the air with us. Mike's up in Cleveland with President Trump. He's got something going there with him tonight. So. Yeah. We'll we'll check in with them next hour for that. Also tomorrow be an election day Uber and lift among others are offering free discounted rides to polls. And they're really pulling out all the stops here. It's illegal in elections. When federal candidates are on the ballot to offer free stuff like free food and drink to people on proof of voting yet. You're seeing it everywhere. I supposedly it's illegal. So this Yukogo museum was offering free admission Tuesday originally, and they were requiring voters to show the voting sticker, and then they changed their offer to just free admission to anybody in Illinois. I guess they got called on this under the law, though, you can't actually offer anything of value in connection with registering to vote or voting or anything like that. But ridesharing apps what they're doing. They're making it more affordable to get out and vote supposedly so Uber and lift both say they're going to offer free or discounted rides. The polling places and this is tomorrow. Wpro. According to this lift blog post, it was estimated that over fifteen million people were registered did not actually vote in two thousand sixteen because they were saying they were having transportation issues, and as far as the early voting goes really good point was brought up this morning as I was watching all the different coverage on everything and people are saying traditionally early voting when it stronger usually equals democratic voting more Democrats are favored, but they said, you know, remember Hillary had a lot of early voters, you know, in two thousand sixteen so.

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"cordray" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Know, what time will you raise taxes to do that. No, we don't need to raise taxes to do that. Look, we have a rainy day pond that is almost Bill to death brim brim wouldn't make sense to be raising taxes at the time. Okay. Tell our listeners we have Betty Sutton. You've been forthright you answered questions. No matter what we're hitting you with you have the answer. Why should our listeners vote for cordray Sutton? Well, you know, what rich, and I are so prepared we're focused on putting money back in the pockets of middle-class VM wave our lowering health care costs. But making sure that they have access who that care. They need writing out economic opportunity to all of our state, not just some places in hearing a quality education for our kid as well ad job training that will provide people with the skills they not only alive, but the live in our future. The days ahead are bright. But we have to aim in the right place, and we have to aim at lifting up our people. Well, I really think Betty Sutton. You are a candidate for Lieutenant governor with Richard cordray. They've you've all for Richard cordray, add you have Betty Sutton. We thank you for joining W. I N T, and hey, you're up at our area. So next time you're traveling through would like to have you in studio, and we can talk more about found. Great. I think I'm traveling through this weekend. You're on the bus. I we're gonna talk Willoughby at one o'clock. I believe you'll be Willoughby city hall. So. Enjoyed the trip and thank you for calling in. And this is Betty Sutton. Who is a candidate for Lieutenant governor. Thank you so much. Thank you. All right. This is.

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"cordray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I don't think he's ever came here in actually came to the. And I think that's a good thing. And she thinks Obama will get people to sit up and realized they need to vote. And I think the fact that he is back in politics, and Sean is based that a lot of people will listen to him. You think he's gonna get cordray some votes? Yes, I do. But not everyone. You talk to is so plugged in forty nine year old Steve Bennett is a barber who works at a local shop just a couple of miles from where Obama will speak yesterday afternoon. He said he had no idea the former president was coming to town. He's been distracted a bit. He says a lot of football one on right now. So with that into the political radio stations right now, and it says he likes Obama and is glad he's out there talking about the issues. But then he says this about what it might mean. As far as his vote goes homework. A lean toward Democrats mostly you know, what I'm saying. So how much does Obama coming to campaign for cordray not much? I gotta just really see what what platform cordray's on what platform. The wine is on the Duma homework. Davita Russell is a longtime school bus driver and an officer the Ohio public school employees union voter turnout is not automatic. She says even with Obama pitching in. And that's what keeps her up at night. They have to vote they have to vote and Shimon Fs. We don't get them out. Same enough. If we don't get them out. She and others also cautioned that a single visit by Obama alone won't do it. There has to be real follow-up. She says in person and on the ground in this community, or it's just another big name coming to town in moving on. Don, gonyea, NPR news Cleveland..

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Auditor, Puerto Rico and President Trump discussed on Joe & Evan

Joe & Evan

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Auditor, Puerto Rico and President Trump discussed on Joe & Evan

"Trump, disputing the death toll in Puerto Rico from hurricane Maria, researchers at George Washington University St. nearly three thousand people died in Puerto Rico as a result of last September's hurricane in a tweet this morning. President Trump says new death toll was quote done by Democrats or to make me look as bad as possible when I was successfully raising billions of dollars to help rebuild Puerto Rico and quote,

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"cordray" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:33 min | 3 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on WTVN

"Geez. Mike dewine has been around a long time hasn't he? Does it bother you to be a career politician? No, it doesn't. So it's only fifteen seconds long. And I had to actually watch it. I'll just be honest. I had to watch it like three different times. Because I thought is this is supposed to be negative, and it's supposed to be taking a shot, I suppose that you, but your reaction. Well, the great irony of this whole discussion is that Richard cordray for many many years has been public office. I mean, he was appointed by Barack Obama to head up agency in DC, and you know, so he's been in DC for the last seven years. So the issue is. Know, there's a fundamental difference between Richard cordray, Mike dewine the differences. I've gotten things done. He is not I have a record of getting getting things done. He has not, you know, it's rare that you get to compare apples to apples, and so both of us served as attorney general when I became attorney general I took over from Richard cordray, the state crime lab was a mouse. They did great work. But if you had DNA that had to be tested in a rape kit or anything else, it would have sat there for one hundred twenty five days, the unknown DNA before it ever was matched up. We fixed. It we now turn cases around. Yeah. On an average about three weeks. We're doing five times as much DNA work. And we had this case. I'm sure you'll remember in Columbus a couple of years ago, this poor little child who was standing in front of her school bus stop, and this total stranger comes in or any ends up raping her. Thank god. He let her go. But we turn that around twenty four hours. And we went back to Columbus. Police department says here's your here's your person. Here's Cory lives. They went out within three hours heading arrested and the guys don't be in prison for the rest of his life. So you have things to compare the old rape kits that we are. I add was about old raped. Well, we we tested close to fourteen thousand these old cold cases, some as old as almost twenty twenty years. Richard cordray lesson ship there. He did not test them at all. So I think you can you know, both of us have been in public office for a long time. The question is who gets things done who makes the difference. You know, I have an agenda that anyone can look at. They can go up at Mike dewine dot com, and they will see our jobs program. Bill see our education program, their children's agenda, and they really can judge about our vision for the future of Ohio and in Mike dewine, and John Huston. My. Right mate to people who have consistently gotten things done and made a difference and fix problems. If you could talk a bit about the pay performance pay for performance, I should say model, and and why you're spearheading this. Well, you're talking of course, now about the the the schools that are online school, right, right? You know, we we've had this problem. Obviously you caught we sued them we've gone after them. We're going after logger where because money is we're gonna we will find his money and get some of the taxpayers dollars back. But we also need to look to the future. And seems to me that when you're talking about school. You're talking about one thing when you're online schools, you're talking about something different. Yeah. You know, people say, why should you have them at all? Well, if you're a parent, and you've got job who's been bullied and the child just needs to get away school or or child has some disability. You know, there's all kinds of reasons why people do this, but they should have that option as as as parents, but as taxpayers, we should make sure that these kids are actually getting educated. And so what we're gonna do governor is for these online schools. We'll we'll pay them some but withhold significant portion of the money until the end when we find out whether that child is actually learned what that drive is supposed to have learned. I will guarantee you that that will restore the public's confidence in this. And it will also help parents child a child is learning, and it will make it. So that we're not wasting tax payers dollars. I like it just makes eminent sense. Hey, you know, we're going to judge you by your performance. What's the performance? How? How do you judge an online school? Well, you judge online school. It seems to me by what's what's the kid knows what the kids can do at the time the courses over we're talking. We're talking to attorney general and gubernatorial candidate, Mike dewine. This is fantastic. This next question. I was gonna ask you about because I have a twelve year old daughter. I have a four year old son there, obviously college bound at some point. So tell me about Ohio's voluntary tuition guarantee becoming mandatory this is really interesting. Yep. We're seeing some school. It makes sense as far as I'm concerned. But when I'm governor of the state every state university when your child goes there when you get that Bill or or if you're paying your own Bill either way. What is going to happen is you're going to get a guaranteed, and you're guarantee is the fees will not go up, and it's wishing will not go up and you'll be paying the same for four years. Some schools are doing they can do it. I see no reason why are the schools cannot do it. And we're going to do it with all state university. Second thing though to keep tuition down and to keep the costs down. We got to put people on the boards fees. Universities who really are committed. They're trying to figure this out and to keep the cost down. We've got kids who are coming out with hundred thousand dollar debts hundred and fifty thousand dollar Jackson's criminal. It's just horrible it impacts their ability to live a life to get married to have kids to buy a house on and on even even impacts what career that they can go into 'cause they gotta pay off his debts. So we gotta work at this. We got to be aggressive and the people who I put on the boards. And I know that we good. People on the boards now. But I'm going to have one discussion with them when they go before they go on before select him. Here's are you going to be part of trying to figure this out and keep costs down and keep tuition down. And keep the cost of parents McCarthy students down I think it's that important. So is there further information on the road and family murders that happened in pike county? Is there any further information on that nothing? I can talk about today. Okay. And then another thing that I saw an and this actually jumped out at me, I go I'll since I'm going to be talking to him. I actually need to find out. Why somebody would think that it's important to publish an article that reads cordray tops dewine in August fundraising for governor's race. And as I saw that I saw the headline then I go, I don't understand how that's important. And what what does it? How does it even connect? I didn't see the headline. But actually, we raise more money. In August, and Mr. cordray so by over two hundred thousand dollars. So I don't know where they where they headline was. But you know, some people keep track of how much money each side is is grazing. And if they care about that, you know, we raise more than Mr. cordray this last this last period. So in the spirit, finally, wrapping up here in the spirit of those the light-hearted questions that I actually read and Richard. I just have a couple of my own, and I call it this or that and. I think I have to go now. I knew it. I knew these are this is softball. I swear. And I certainly wouldn't put you at any compromising position to answer. But based on the one thing I have to say this to quick on your the answer about you. It says my wife nags me about and you put my wife doesn't nag me. But she strongly suggests I not eat a second or third piece of pie in one sitting. I thought well, you know, what lucky you you actually even get to eat a first piece of pie because the I don't actually use leave and get that. I normally will get a have you taken out the trash, can you fix the bathroom door is making a weird noise. Are you gonna mow the lawn or wait till the neighbors? Call the cops. Can you put the trash out before you come in the house when you get home? Do you like this dress that I'm wearing? I mean it went on and on. I know, but you know, what? My my wife puts up with a lot with me. And you know, she's she's a great great campaigner. And she makes she figured out a long time ago back to when I first started running for office that people would rather have her cookbook than my campaign. Yeah. We're we're at literally route knock on doors one night, and we got back in the car. And I think we only we have four kids with us. You know, we have eight that point four and she looking at me she says if you ever do this again run for office. She says I'm gonna make something that people I handed out knock on their door, and that will make them smile, and that they will actually keep passing out my literature. She said, well, that's the point. Throwing it away. I'm watching them literally dropping in the in the in the trial. Boy, you have to understand my wife, and I I started first grade together. So she, you know, she was a shy girl in in our entire graduating class and for her then, you know, a few years later to start. You go out and knock on doors was was not the most fun thing for her. She likes people but knocking on doors was not good. So she needed something that, you know, she could give people, and that's that's what we've done ever since attorney general. Right. Good attorney general and gubernatorial candidate, Mike dewine, I'll just leave it at that. We can we can kinda ended there. I I appreciate your time. And and I'll leave the this or that I'll leave it alone. I'll just take it. I'll take my hand for me saying, I gotta go. Now kind of thing. It's great to talk to you. And I'm sure I will talk to you again. All right. Thank you are. Absolutely. Yes. Very cool. Very cool a little bit starstruck. Sorry. I said a little bit nervous. Just because of that. He's a big deal. What traffic.

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"cordray" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"So you know that that would be more evidence of that writes the kind of the you know there are still there's still plenty of people who don't want to you know throw the bums out yeah no absolutely mike dewine spin in office for nearly forty years richard cordray represented the stablishment choice for for governor they are i'm interested to see how that race plays out that's a rematch of the two thousand ten attorney general race when dewine unseeded cordray and led to cordray coming to washington in the first place i want to go back to one point that you made about these maps in ohio and north carolina that were gone by republicans after the two thousand ten cents i feel like we have this conversation at the end of every decade about these congressional maps that are drawn at the start of the decade that play entirely differently when the decade comes to a close and this is the second to last election that'll be held under these meds great point it's not just that the political environment changes on a national level pop relation patterns change in all of these states during the decade between the the the redistricting processes and we see so many times these political parties get greedy early in the decade and pat themselves on the back only to find things turn against them and we saw this happen in illinois didn't we ten years ago danny sees right on the money and you know who the most perfect example of that is newt gingrich because in the nineties georgia democrats hated his guts this is he starting to rise i think it was probably before he he is elected as speaker but they just can't democrats can't stand him and georgia democrats in the legislature draw a map expressly designed to end his career what happened next was history they weren't able to knock him out and you know another person who pennsylvania democrats tried to knock out in the nineteen nineties rick santorum they drew an absolutely unwinnable district in the mon valley because again they couldn't stand him in the state capital when he was a young congressman they.

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"cordray" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Welcome back a few other things in the news that i wanted to share with you the mick mulvaney who runs the now illegally was put in charge of the consumer financial protection bureau this agency the law that created the agency doddfrank specifically says that when the number one person in the agency leaves that was richard cordray who just won the primary in ohio against dennis casinos to run as the you know for for their their for that particular district a run for congress in richard cordray stepped down excuse me his number two was supposed to take over and his number two much like cordray himself really cared about protecting the consumers from financial fraud but donald trump had other thoughts he did not want the public to be protected from financial fraud and so he took one of the most corrupt members of the republican party mick mulvaney of former congressman who he had put in charge of various things in the federal government put him in charge of the consumer financial protection bureau he's the budget director actually his official title he put him in charge of the cfpb and now mick mulvaney is said yes we've recovered over ten billion dollars from giant corporations who've ripped off consumers and every penny of that has literally gone right back to the consumers we have been working brilliantly on behalf of american consumers who've been ripped off by big banks and insurance companies but really our job is not to do that really our job is to simply inform people of their rights so a set of litigating against these billionaires and their corporations instead of charging them with crimes instead of hitting them with fines instead of getting back the money from them that they stole from their customers we're gonna stop doing all that and we're going to publish some brochures so that people can know about their rights honest to god glenn thrush and stacey collie in today's new york times mick mulvaney the intern director of the consumer financial protection bureau will move the agency's student loan division from the bureau's consumer information unit has shift into the bureau's consumer information yet a shift a career officials fear will sidetrack a major enforcement case the agency is currently building against navient the nation's largest student loan correct collector so here you've got a student loan company that preys on students and makes use of of.

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Mr Trump, Gina Fastmelt and Director discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Mr Trump, Gina Fastmelt and Director discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

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The Mike Opelka Show

02:23 min | 3 years ago

Senator, Indiana and Gop discussed on The Mike Opelka Show

"On this morning jennifer kushinka is here with more of america's first news brennan president trump has withdrawn the us from the landmark nuclear accord with iran abruptly restoring harsh sanctions in the most consequential foreign policy action of his presidency he declared he was making the world safer but he also deepened his isolation on the world stage and revived doubts about us credibility powerful sanctions will go into full effect if the regime continues its nuclear aspirations it will have bigger problems than it has ever had before two thousand fifteen agreement which was negotiated by the obama administration included germany france and britain had lifted most us and international economic sanctions against iran today francis foreign minister said the deal is not dead and that french president emmanuel macron will speak to his iranian counterpart has on ronnie later in the day iran also signaled its willingness to talk secretary of state mike pompeo is in north korea to finalize plans for a summit between president trump and kim jong un pompeo will also press north korea for the release of three detained us citizens whose imminent release trump has been hinting at republican voters have rejected ex convict don blankenship and a west virginia senate primary in which he sold himself as trump here then trump but was opposed by the president gop voters in indiana chose wealthy businessman mike braun over two sitting congressmen to lead the party's charge against a democratic senator in the fall bronze celebrated his victory built my company on the idea that you can be horror i mean you get out there and dig every day but you also find a way to kind of get along with competition gubernatorial primary richard cordray the former director of the consumer financial protection bureau under president obama easily won his primary against former democratic congressman dennis kucinich here's some great news for many of you listening this morning a potential new cure for baldness has been discovered using a drug originally intended to treat osteoporosis researchers from the uk say the new cure could make a real difference to people who suffer hair loss since the two drugs currently on the market both have side effects and are not always effective i don't i don't see me going that route we have receding hairline now but when i go ball that i think it just gonna leave it.

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"cordray" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on WCHS

"Guys we have plenty of results to talk about in the republican primary for us in ohio jim rene see has one that nomination he will face democrat shared brown that raises a leaning democrat matchup in the state's governor race state attorney general mike dewine will be on the ballot in november representing the gop tonight our journey begins as for democrats richard cordray has to feed it in this victory happened for a reason you demanded change and we heard you and we want the same either dewine or cordray will succeed john casick in north carolina and underdog wind could flip the ninth district blue that is the southeast suburbs of charlotte foreign baptist pastor marquez defeating incumbent robert pittenger for the republican nomination pittenger's the first incumbent to lose a primary this election cycle analysts already moving that race from lean republican to a toss up the democratic candidate marine corps veteran dan mccreevy in indiana state lawmaker mike bronze says it's time to unite i actually built my company by competing with many people and then he doing business with them ron wing the republican primary for us senate he will take on incumbent senator joe delaney for metronews decision two thousand eighteen i'm alex thomas all right thanks alex we appreciate that and some of those interesting racers and other states as well west virginia was the big story though i mean nationally yeah people here they would've been candidly again it would have been a bigger story blanket at one but i'm not pitching that i'm just saying we know what they were looking for in this race and speaking of that race we have ninety six percent of the precincts reporting and marcy thirty five percent jenkins twenty nine percent and we've been in touch with marci's people he is with supporters and carney's ville in eastern panhandle in jefferson county where he lives and we're going to talk to him shortly i just talked to their immediate people and they said he was greeting supporters and he's already spoken to them but we will talk to him before we clear at midnight tonight and coming up in just a couple of minutes we're going to talk to greg hunter and hunter has broken down the senate race a little bit more if you want to take a deeper dive on these racist good where website at wbz metro news dot com wbz metro news dot com and you can break it down by county you can break it down by race it's all.

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"Serious mistake" to exit Iran nuclear deal [Video]

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"Serious mistake" to exit Iran nuclear deal [Video]

"Among five losers in the contest to main thing is not to be dismayed i did everything i could do that i know of in this election unofficial result show state attorney general patrick morrissey winning the west virginia race three other states also held primaries today that includes ohio where former consumer financial protection bureau director richard cordray has won the democratic primary for governor cordray will face republican attorney general mike dewine president trump's nominee to head the cia is facing a grilling before the senate oversight committee tomorrow gina hassle will be questioned about her time as head of a covert detention site where terrorism suspects were waterboarded she said that the cia would not resume the harsh interrogation program if confirmed republicans on the panel have publicly supported her while some democrats say they don't know enough about hassle because the cia is refusing to declassify enough data on her thirty three year career there this is npr news their new evacuation warnings in hawaii county because of two new law officiers caused by way volcano the cellphone alerts were sent to residents of community were few dozen people were told to leave last thursday the lonnie puna garden's area is east of layla neha states that's the subdivision where lava has destroyed dozens of homes the new fishers are causing the release of dangerous gases civil rights advocates are suing the department of housing and urban development and hud secretary then carson as npr's brockton booker reports the plaintiffs are upset over a plan to suspend a hud requirement that communities examined and address housing segregation the suit brought by the national fair housing alliance and to texas based groups says that hut is failing in its mission and study duty it says the agency a lawfully suspended an obama era fair housing provision and they want the court to compel hood too.

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"cordray" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He has a he's for the death penalty i'm opposed to it i mean i in some ways i don't know and also he's against legalization of marijuana which i'm for in some ways i wonder why is gonna run as a democrat recent polls congressman show you behind mr cordray pretty significantly how do you make up that gap with a data go that one poll you're quoting is appalled that predicted that hillary clinton was going to saint paul predicted hillary clinton was going to win ohio by eleven points and donald trump went by a the nineteen point stretch i'm not worried about the polls i'm what i'm concerned about motivating people to go to the polling places tomorrow because when i vote comes out we went some of your critics paint you as a defender of the syrian dictator bashar alassad well i know you've heard this that's a baloney sandwich and let me tell you i stand for peace i've met with leaders all over the world in pursuit of peace i've been doing that as a member of congress for sixteen years after leaving congress i've done that i led the effort in congress challenging wars based on lies i led the effort for human rights so you know sometime meet with people in the cause of peace to meet with people who are objectionable yes but how do you get peace unless you're willing to talk to people and an in syria.

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"cordray" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on KQED Radio

"West side marketing cleveland to pick up a loaf of vegan bread opole completed less than a week before election day shows that forty one percent of democratic voters still have not made up their mind kusanagi polls help in with a red f from his pocket his rating from the nra and i'm proud of it and it represents the fact that on politically independent guns are not his only difference with cordray on fracking i think it has to be brought to an end he does not legalizing marijuana i think that it's long past time that be done he just not on the death penalty i think it ought to be banned he does not all of that alliance with bernie sanders wing of the democratic party but a number of ohio democratic insiders fear said each would alienate the independent voters who are crucial for a democratic win in november both candidates are progressive says sarah joni a political scientist at ohio university meaning the biggest difference maybe personality where cordray cerebal and detailed kuzina ges more fiery a little bit less polished in some ways so i don't know if i see this so much as a split on policies so much as a split on almost the personality of the campaign there are differences from twenty sixteen liberal vanguard senator elizabeth warren is one of cordray's biggest backers wall street banks hate everything that which stands for meanwhile has come under attack for his stint as a fox news news analyst his goal for president obama's impeachment and his visits with syrian dictator bashar alassad which he says were part of his effort to achieve world peace political scientists pa joni says it's unclear how much any of that means to voters in a state struggling with an opioid crisis in a still uncertain economy what's clear is that many voters are still looking for clues before tuesday's election for npr news i'm a male scholtz eight.

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"cordray" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep richard cordray was expected to be unbeatable and tomorrow's ohio democratic gubernatorial primary the former head of the consumer financial protection bureau as high profile name recognition and support from powerful people in his party but the late entry into the race of dennis kucinich former mayor congressman presidential candidate has revealed friction among ohio democrats from member station w k s u m l sheltie reports richard cordray steps into the laborers local five seventy four hall in central ohio hall small a dot of blue in a sea of red that is rural ohio but the meeting is good about fifty people nod and clap as cordray talks about government working for people to wish and free community college the charter school and payday lending scandals swirling around state republicans but the first question he's asked has nothing to do with any of that through much of his career richard cordray had an a plus rating from the nra what dan giles wants to know is he going to do about gun violence we have a problem of gun violence in our society i think any thinking person recognizes that with the school shootings in the community shootings around the country and we need to find practical steps that will reduce the gun violence and save lives cordray supports the second amendment but also universal background checks and bans on bump stocks and high capacity magazines giles leaves the meeting undecided get something from the heart and i didn't hear that dennis kucinich has been dogging cordray on this issue for months aided by a youtube video of cordray speaking to gun rights advocates in two thousand ten a speech they called guns not just a constitutional right but a natural right in contrast qcentage wants to ban assault style weapons in a state that has loosened gun laws more than a dozen times stops by the west side marketing cleveland to pick up a loaf of vegan bread opole completed less than a week before election day shows that forty one percent of democratic voters still have not made up their mind kusanagi pulls a lapel pin with a red f from his pocket his rating from the nra and i'm proud of it and it represents the fact that on politically independent guns are not his only difference with cordray.

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"cordray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the consumer financial protection bureau as high profile name recognition and support from powerful people in his party but the late entry into the race of dennis kucinich former mayor congressman presidential candidate has revealed friction among ohio democrats from member station w k s u m l sheltie reports richard cordray steps into the laborers local five seventy four hall in central ohio hall is small dot of blue in a sea of red that is rural ohio but the meeting is good about fifty people nod and clap as cordray talks about government working for people to wishing free community college the charter school and payday lending scandals warling around state republicans but the first question he's asked has nothing to do with any of that through much of his career richard cordray had an a plus rating from the nra what dan giles wants to know is he going to do about gun violence we have a problem of gun violence in our society i think any thinking person recognizes that with the school shootings and the community shootings around the country and we need to find practical steps that will reduce the gun violence and save lives cordray supports the second amendment but also universal background checks and bans on bump stocks and high capacity magazines giles leaves the meeting undecided get something from the heart and i didn't you hear that dennis kucinich has been dogging cordray on this issue for months aided by a youtube video of cordray speaking to gun rights advocates in two thousand ten a speech they called guns not just a constitutional right but a natural right in contrast qcentage wants to ban assault style weapons in a state that has loosened gun laws more than a dozen times okay stops by the west side marketing cleveland to pick up a loaf of vegan bread opole completed less than a week before election day shows that forty one percent of democratic voters still have not made up their mind kusanagi pulls a lapel pin with a red f from his pocket his rating from the nra and i'm proud of it and it represents the fact that on politically independent guns are not his only difference with cordray.

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"cordray" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"cordray" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Five year term that means that once that director is in there and we saw that with richard cordray that he is largely immune to anything by congress unless they pass a law that would cut back or prevent the agency from taking certain actions so i think the cfp is viewed as a government administrative agency that can run amok that can go too far and certainly the agency pushed the limits of its thority by going after different types of firms the payday lenders for example that might not have appeared to have come within their jurisdiction but the agency certainly took the ball and ran with it so i think that's where the issue comes from is how aggressive should this agency really be you mentioned senator warren she and mulvaney have a long standing antagonism over the bureau and its role and there were some pretty heated words what were some of her concerns this is if you will this is the wwe on capitol hill i mean you really have to of the leaders the different sides here going at it senator warren's concern is that mister mulvaney is just trying to destroy the agency going much further than just defending it but actually trying to wipe it out and mulvaney is they're saying hey i'm just trying to do my job we're just going to follow the law and of course that's a standard response when an agency ratchets back they're saying we're using our discretion here the way we choose to and agencies are given a lot of discretion as to how to pursue their enforcement authority if they choose not to pursue it there really isn't much that congress can do so we really see here the two views of the cfp be senator warren wants a much more aggressive agency out there protecting consumers well mister mulvaney he doesn't even want it to so he's going to take the steps that he can to make it either much less effective agency or from the other point of view an agency that is much more reflective of how businesses should be regulated is a selfdescribed fiscal hawk how did he explain advisors with annual salaries exceeding two hundred and fifty thousand dollars the cfp pb and there's some other agencies that have this the sec being one of them they are not limited to the typical gs government schedule for pay so the.

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