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Fresh update on "louisiana" discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

01:40 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "louisiana" discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Right like. You in. When was married when in that House I moved in? Her assassin moved in with my husband when he said that. Not that long after that he used to work long hours. I was pregnant and. A neighbor who I didn't really know and I realized in retrospect, my dogs bark some various I was not a good neighbor, but anyway. One night. Some people were. Selling magazines or something say was for school. And I, their scams like that all the time and I just wasn't aware of them, and I let them in my house. I would always let let my house and I don't know where. This guy had was watching. These people 'cause. He chased him out of his house, and he saw them my house and he came over, and he knocked on my door, and I let him in, and he gave those people what for chase them away, but good, and he kinda yelled at me to for letting. And I was like wow I love Texas. Just an eye opening experience, and that's what I mean like. If you take away this first responder stopping them the I respect. Salve the first responder and Bama's the last responder. Yeah. Why would I WANNA? Wait fifteen to twenty minutes for cop to show up when someone has a gun near my house. Why would I want to do that like I? was having that conversation with my mom because all of a sudden. They, the left be all of that has bastardized our talking points for the last decade. and. They're using them now in, so my mom's responding to it going what what they want to defend the police. You don't want to de-fund the police. Do you? And I'm like I? Do and here's why. Here's the don't. That's yes well some of them do. But the people who are in power do not, but here's why I do. And I explained the concept of what if your neighborhood had a security guard that we are a security company that paid for Security Guard to be in your neighborhood in a place all the time, so if you have someone shooting up in your house there two seconds away rather than fifteen minutes. They have to walk past you in talk to you every day, so they can't say they didn't know you. So. There's less are in Atlanta shootings of. Men We used to pay privately off duty cops. To drive through our neighborhood, so the regular cops, we never expected them to actually make a trash when they were on duty, but we paid the mall to come off duty, and I think they were allowed to use the cop car, but there are three things that I would take away the please if they stop infringing our second. Amendment rights if they stop infringing on our absolute private property rights, and if they stopped creating these violent. subcultures with their black market prohibition laws, but the defunding the police I think I cracked the code on that because the Republicans are pushing down from the executive orders Senate. FROM LOUISIANA TO REVEREND TIM From they are wanting to. Tie Law enforcement funding to be. What they want to institute at the law enforcement level. So so how will you become completely? Behold into the feds in your law enforcement. Well, you defined it locally to appease those people, and then you accept federal grant money. And then you have to do what they tell you to do. Going actually. I wouldn't be surprised at all I mean there's always a there's. There's always an agenda. The away to go around. Like the like there are people out there who are saying defined the police who very well mean it. And they're people. Someone's going to find a way to use it to their advantage. How can you defend the police? WHY WOULD YOU WANNA? Do that in say you've got an inner city neighborhood with terrible schools where people really were not taught how to function in the kind of mainstream economy that they just it's really unconscionable and. That the. Prophets for the people who have the smarts and the gumption to engage in the drug war that has absolutely they are not permitted to have. They don't have the space on have the leeway to have any kind of court system, any kind of gradation of how those totally valid economic transit transactions are adjudicated when they're genuine disputes, all they can do just shoot each other, and then it creates a culture. Of Violence where they they think of themselves as outside the law and everything that goes with that, but in fact there is nothing wrong with the business that therein and it is. Violence is imposed pundits, so if you live in those cities and are not a part of that system, and there is somebody out that you're not allowed to have a gun. You're not allowed to have a gun in a lot of these cities in any meaningful way and the only person you could possibly ever ask for help whether their fifteen minutes away or not. Is that a thing? Is these cops who somebody else's probably paying for? Unless your net tax payer which I would say the poor you are. You're less likely I mean that it's a highly regressive plan if you're not going to take out the things in the first place. Create this violent subculture? Do you think that if you take away the police who enforce these laws? The violence stays the same or goes down. That's a great question. I'm not sure do enforce enforce those laws I think they participate ally. And enforce. What they do is they probably enforce the monopolies? By keeping by protecting whoever I don't pay them off, Well, I mean. That's the problem with the Fed thing because they'll come in and enforce slow lawns, locals don't..

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The Supreme Court has turned away pleas from anti-abortion activists to make it easier for them to protest outside clinics

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 d ago

The Supreme Court has turned away pleas from anti-abortion activists to make it easier for them to protest outside clinics

"This is a pre courts declined to hear an appeal from anti abortion activists we would hope to be able to bring their protests closer to abortion clinics there were two cases brought to the nation's highest court where activists from Chicago in Harrisburg Pennsylvania we're hoping to get local rules lifted on buffer zones to protect clients which prevent protesters from demonstrating too close to health facilities without further comment the justices said they wouldn't hear the cases this follows Monday's ruling against a Louisiana law that required hospital admitting privileges for abortion providers but the justices have ordered lower courts to revisit fetal ultrasound and parental notification cases in Indiana previously blocked by lower courts but now the Supreme Court's defined how to determine if a restriction is permissible or creates an unconstitutional obstacle for women Jackie Quinn Washington

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Fresh update on "louisiana" discussed on Murph and Mac

Murph and Mac

00:37 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "louisiana" discussed on Murph and Mac

"Neighbor, Little Louisiana actually goes, he goes. It's intermission. I said, What do you mean going fairly? Well, he goes on ex because you've got to come over. I don't know A couple songs One song. He's right. He's right. He goes half a song bubble a song, right? I expected you over Rick man, because I know I know his Louisiana accent. But I did not Papa. Too bad that I did. I caught a good chunk of the final night. Last night. They streamed all three Chicago show. How did hold up Really Well, I actually I'm not kidding. I mean, this is no surprise to the audience. If you're a listener for some time, more if I started actually getting emotional. I'm not, can you? Yeah, At the end when they play addicts in my life, and they have kind of a slide show of the history of the band and you start seeing like the young Jerry like the, uh oh, God, old softie Paulie Mac in a big way, And it was It was a moment I enjoyed privately because everybody had kind of gone to bed and stuff and I was still up with my lap. That's the key And then next thing you know, now I'm looking at Billy and Mickey is kids. Like that, Like you know what I mean, like I was, like, really getting into it, But we know it's great and just shout out to neighbor Rick for always being so hospitable. Yeah, he's always offering wine and food and tunes. I want to go back to bum babies here. So Yeah, there were some positives. You know, Murph was eating hot dogs. I'm watching fairly well, and I'm seeing baseball coverage on TV. But that's gonna bring me to my first AA bum, baby Murph. It's baseball because it's back. But, boy, I tell you, they're storm clouds up there, man. And look, if you look around you look out your window, you'll see We saw him this weekend, and you would think we'd be happy to hear the crack of the bat shut up to Nikki to Toro at a cracking a bat. But the return of baseball came with a lot of hesitation. We can start with Buster Posey, who I think is now biting Brian Murphy style because he gave the quote of the weekend, which is actually Brian Murphy quote when Buster said. What are we doing? What are we doing? And I couldn't help but think Well, Now he's just blatantly ripping off Murph in broad day light, and he very well might be doing that. But he was talking to reporters he was masked when he said that, and.

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Chicago adds 14-day quarantine for 'surge' states travelers

Roe Conn

00:24 sec | 3 d ago

Chicago adds 14-day quarantine for 'surge' states travelers

"Just within the last half hour? Announced a 14 day quarantine order for travelers who were coming to Chicago from 15 or so states. I'm in Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina. Nevada, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas in Utah. So if I

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Federal Officials Turn to a New Testing Strategy as Infections Surge

1A

00:53 sec | 4 d ago

Federal Officials Turn to a New Testing Strategy as Infections Surge

"Federal health officials hope to begin an intensive testing campaign in southern states to help identify young people who are driving the new surgeon Corona virus. Case's details from NPR's Richard Harris Federal Corona virus Testing's Our Brett Giroir says he's talking with officials in Florida, Louisiana and Texas about mounting a huge increase in testing running a month's worth of tests in just a few days. Populace of testing over a few days. Could help to identify a lot of the under 35 year old asymptomatic. That may be spreading the virus. Your losses. It's really hard to use the standard technique of contact, tracing to identify people who are spreading the disease, but showing no symptoms. The hope is that at least some of these people could be identified through wide scale testing and then isolated to help slow the spread of the Corona virus. Cases of covert 19 continue to accelerate, especially in Southern states.

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"louisiana" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

06:32 min | 5 d ago

"louisiana" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Of everything from the Wall Street. Journal Subscribe Wherever you get your podcasts? Across. The country states are trying to balance public health and safety with the economic impact of lockdowns. The push and pull is being felt nationwide, but especially in some states that are now rethinking the reopening timetables summit arise and Corona. Virus cases one of them. Is Louisiana one of the hardest hit states in the nation? Early on in the pandemic, the state had begun reopening, but is now hitting. Pause on those plans joining me now with more details as reporter Scott Calvert. Scott before we talk about the fight to reopen, let's backtrack to the early days of the pandemic. Louisiana was one of the worst hit states in the country. That's right. Yeah I mean in late, March and early April the number of cases and the death toll in Louisiana, particularly in the new, Orleans area was just enormous, and at one point Louisiana rather was second only to new. New York state in per capita deaths, and there were two parishes which are the equivalent of counties in Louisiana that had the highest number of deaths per capita nationwide, so it was. It was really bad, so we've seen cases. Go down in some of the places that were hit hard early on like new. York New Jersey, but that hasn't been the case in Louisiana. Why not? Well. The governor on Bel Edwards basically says that people have not been good about doing things like wearing masks and practicing social distancing and staying home. They're sick. That sort of thing and it's really interesting because you know in in Louisiana their numbers basically peaked in mid April, and you started seeing this sort of steady decline in hospitalization and things like that and they really thought that things were going to keep getting better and they did. Did until mid June so just a couple of weeks ago, and then it started getting up again, and it's been doing that ever since the last two plus weeks the number of cases has been rising number of hospitalizations are on the upswing, and you know the the governor says it's really really boils down to people, not doing those things like wearing masks and practicing social distancing as the state has started to open up again. No amid arise in cases in several states, especially in the south and western United States. We've seen some areas, rollback or pause plans to reopen, but there is a fight going on in Louisiana over the reopening. What's happening? Right so Louisiana entered phased to in their lexicon back in on June the fifth and what that did is that allowed restaurants and gyms and hair salons, a lot of other businesses to operate at fifty percent capacity, and before that they have been at twenty five percent capacity. So what happened is early last week Governor Edwards said look. I'm going to pause us in phase two for another four weeks rather than go to the next phase of of reopening, and he said that he was doing that because the numbers weren't looking good, because the cases were up and so forth. Forth, and so he thought it prudent to pause where they were to try to drive those numbers down, and the issue is there are a number of Republican lawmakers in the State House of Representatives. Who would like to take away his authority governors to to operate the state of emergency? Because basically what they want to do is to allow local jurisdictions. Perish isn't cities to decide how open or not, the local economies should be, and they make a number of arguments. I mean one is that the hospital system in Louisiana is nowhere near being overwhelmed, which was a very real concern. Concern a couple of months ago, they also point out that you know. There's variations in terms of how badly affected certain parts of the state are, and they also point out that a lot of younger adults are are driving these increases in in case numbers, and that you know for the most part younger people people in their twenties say do pretty well clinically in terms of the virus, Cova Nineteen and that essentially, it's time to to open up the state more than it is. Because a lot of businesses are are really hurting in many ways. It seems like the challenges several. Several states are facing and that we've been talking about for the last several weeks. Balancing Public Health and safety concerns with economic concerns and the challenges, especially for small businesses that aren't able to stay open. That's right and one of the interesting dynamics there in Louisiana is you know. I talked to the head of the Baton Rouge area. Chamber of Commerce and they don't support this effort to override the governor's state of emergency, which is basically a petition drive in the House of Representatives and one of the reasons why they don't is because. They told me that they think that. They're satisfied with the path that they're on the way. The governor is handling this, but one of the real concerns I think is that if the number of cases keeps rising and in the state, decide that needs to take more drastic action. They're worried about restrictions being reimposed and rolling back to say phase one when they could only open at twenty five percent, and so they really don't WanNa. Go backwards and they're. They're not thrilled probably with with being at half capacity, but they'd rather do that. And I think a lot of businesses are able to more or less deal with that environment, rather than than go back to a situation where either they have to have a lower capacity or close altogether. And what is the governor saying about the petition effort? Governor Edwards has said he doesn't think this effort is going to succeed. But he also described it as irresponsible to the point of being asinine, and he thinks it just sends the wrong message to the residents of Louisiana at a time when they really are trying to encourage people to wear mouse, and be socially distant and things like that, and he also says that if that were to succeed in Louisiana would be the only state other than Wisconsin without a statewide order. At this point, the only reason Wisconsin doesn't have one. Is that the State Supreme? Court there overturned the Wisconsin border? Wall, Street Journal reporter Scott Calvert Scott. Thank you so much for joining me. Thanks Ed Murray. And that's what's news for this Tuesday afternoon. We'll be back tomorrow morning. If you like our show, please rate and review US wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Marie for totally for the Wall Street. Journal thanks for listening..

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Phase 3 in Louisiana put off amid coronavirus spike

WSJ What's News

06:05 min | 5 d ago

Phase 3 in Louisiana put off amid coronavirus spike

"The country states are trying to balance public health and safety with the economic impact of lockdowns. The push and pull is being felt nationwide, but especially in some states that are now rethinking the reopening timetables summit arise and Corona. Virus cases one of them. Is Louisiana one of the hardest hit states in the nation? Early on in the pandemic, the state had begun reopening, but is now hitting. Pause on those plans joining me now with more details as reporter Scott Calvert. Scott before we talk about the fight to reopen, let's backtrack to the early days of the pandemic. Louisiana was one of the worst hit states in the country. That's right. Yeah I mean in late, March and early April the number of cases and the death toll in Louisiana, particularly in the new, Orleans area was just enormous, and at one point Louisiana rather was second only to new. New York state in per capita deaths, and there were two parishes which are the equivalent of counties in Louisiana that had the highest number of deaths per capita nationwide, so it was. It was really bad, so we've seen cases. Go down in some of the places that were hit hard early on like new. York New Jersey, but that hasn't been the case in Louisiana. Why not? Well. The governor on Bel Edwards basically says that people have not been good about doing things like wearing masks and practicing social distancing and staying home. They're sick. That sort of thing and it's really interesting because you know in in Louisiana their numbers basically peaked in mid April, and you started seeing this sort of steady decline in hospitalization and things like that and they really thought that things were going to keep getting better and they did. Did until mid June so just a couple of weeks ago, and then it started getting up again, and it's been doing that ever since the last two plus weeks the number of cases has been rising number of hospitalizations are on the upswing, and you know the the governor says it's really really boils down to people, not doing those things like wearing masks and practicing social distancing as the state has started to open up again. No amid arise in cases in several states, especially in the south and western United States. We've seen some areas, rollback or pause plans to reopen, but there is a fight going on in Louisiana over the reopening. What's happening? Right so Louisiana entered phased to in their lexicon back in on June the fifth and what that did is that allowed restaurants and gyms and hair salons, a lot of other businesses to operate at fifty percent capacity, and before that they have been at twenty five percent capacity. So what happened is early last week Governor Edwards said look. I'm going to pause us in phase two for another four weeks rather than go to the next phase of of reopening, and he said that he was doing that because the numbers weren't looking good, because the cases were up and so forth. Forth, and so he thought it prudent to pause where they were to try to drive those numbers down, and the issue is there are a number of Republican lawmakers in the State House of Representatives. Who would like to take away his authority governors to to operate the state of emergency? Because basically what they want to do is to allow local jurisdictions. Perish isn't cities to decide how open or not, the local economies should be, and they make a number of arguments. I mean one is that the hospital system in Louisiana is nowhere near being overwhelmed, which was a very real concern. Concern a couple of months ago, they also point out that you know. There's variations in terms of how badly affected certain parts of the state are, and they also point out that a lot of younger adults are are driving these increases in in case numbers, and that you know for the most part younger people people in their twenties say do pretty well clinically in terms of the virus, Cova Nineteen and that essentially, it's time to to open up the state more than it is. Because a lot of businesses are are really hurting in many ways. It seems like the challenges several. Several states are facing and that we've been talking about for the last several weeks. Balancing Public Health and safety concerns with economic concerns and the challenges, especially for small businesses that aren't able to stay open. That's right and one of the interesting dynamics there in Louisiana is you know. I talked to the head of the Baton Rouge area. Chamber of Commerce and they don't support this effort to override the governor's state of emergency, which is basically a petition drive in the House of Representatives and one of the reasons why they don't is because. They told me that they think that. They're satisfied with the path that they're on the way. The governor is handling this, but one of the real concerns I think is that if the number of cases keeps rising and in the state, decide that needs to take more drastic action. They're worried about restrictions being reimposed and rolling back to say phase one when they could only open at twenty five percent, and so they really don't WanNa. Go backwards and they're. They're not thrilled probably with with being at half capacity, but they'd rather do that. And I think a lot of businesses are able to more or less deal with that environment, rather than than go back to a situation where either they have to have a lower capacity or close altogether. And what is the governor saying about the petition effort? Governor Edwards has said he doesn't think this effort is going to succeed. But he also described it as irresponsible to the point of being asinine, and he thinks it just sends the wrong message to the residents of Louisiana at a time when they really are trying to encourage people to wear mouse, and be socially distant and things like that, and he also says that if that were to succeed in Louisiana would be the only state other than Wisconsin without a statewide order. At this point, the only reason Wisconsin doesn't have one. Is that the State Supreme? Court there overturned the Wisconsin border?

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Philadelphia abortion advocates commend Supreme Court ruling; pro-life supporters say it’s ‘sad day for women’

KYW 24 Hour News

02:20 min | 6 d ago

Philadelphia abortion advocates commend Supreme Court ruling; pro-life supporters say it’s ‘sad day for women’

"The Supreme Court is expected to hand down Mohr decisions today, and we're still waiting on a decision that could determine whether President Trump has to turn over his tax returns and other financial documents to Congress. Yesterday, the court delivered a major victory for abortion rights advocates. In a 5 to 4 ruling, the court struck down a Louisiana law that could have shut down nearly every abortion clinic in that state. CBS News correspondent Jan Crawford tells us that many were surprised to see Chief Justice John Roberts cast. The deciding vote heavily in Pittman's Hope Medical Group for women had argued that Louisiana law, which required doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, was an impossible burden. The justices agreed, with conservative Chief Justice John Roberts again casting the deciding vote with liberals to strike down the law. It was the first time in Roberts's career, he has voted against an abortion restriction. Now, Roberts wrote his own opinion that the case is too similar to a case out of Texas that the court denied that the court decided four years ago. All this ruling was a relief to abortion rights advocates in the Philly area and a disappointment to pro life groups. W's Pat Lowe reports. Both sides intend to continue pressing their case is so freaky of the women's law projects as the Louisiana case was, as the decision pointed out word for word, the same as the Texas case struck down four years ago. So the decision wasn't exactly a surprise. But with a more conservative majority on the high court, it was not a certainty. That's why we're so relieved and glad that the opinion came out the way it did. Unheard of southeastern Pennsylvania President Dale Steinberg says she was only mildly surprised the chief justice was the deciding vote. He's been making some reasonable decisions, and this was one of them. The Pennsylvania Pro Life Federation disagrees. They cite dissenting Justice Clarence Thomas's view that Louisiana's law was perfectly legitimate and call it a sad day for women who deserve the best possible medical care. Pennsylvania has not attempted to require admitting privileges for doctors performing abortions. But it has imposed other rules that Richie says make it difficult for new clinics to open even its neighboring states imposed restrictions. That may push women to travel here for the procedure. We have got a long way to go before we reach anything remotely close. Reproductive justice Pat

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High court throws out Louisiana abortion clinic limit.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:05 min | 6 d ago

High court throws out Louisiana abortion clinic limit.

"A divided Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights over fierce opposition from dissenting conservative justices in the first big abortion case of the trump era. Chief Justice John Roberts and he's four more liberal colleagues ruled law that requires doctors who perform abortions must have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals violates abortion rights. The court first announced in the landmark. Roe v Wade decision in nineteen seventy-three. The outcome is far from the last word on the decades long fight over abortion with dozens of state imposed restrictions winding their way through the courts, but the decision was a surprising defeat for abortion opponents who thought that a new conservative majority with two of Donald, trump's appointees on board would start chipping away at abortion access. The key vote belongs to Roberts. who had always voted against abortion rights before including two thousand sixteen case in which the court struck down a Texas law that was virtually identical to the one in Louisiana. The chief justice explains that he continues to think the Texas case was wrongly decided, but believes it's important for the court to stand by its prior decisions. The case was the third in two weeks in which Roberts say George W Bush appointee joined the court's Liberals in the majority Nancy North Up. President and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights said Monday's decision by no means ends the struggle over abortion rights in legislatures and the courts. We're relieved Louisiana. Law has been blocked, but we're concerned about tomorrow with this win. The clinics in Louisiana can stay open to serve the one million women of reproductive age in the state, but the court's decision could embolden states to pass even more restrictive laws when clarity is needed, if abortion rights ought to be protected north upset.

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Supreme Court throws out Louisiana abortion restrictions

BBC World Service

00:57 sec | 6 d ago

Supreme Court throws out Louisiana abortion restrictions

"The U. S. Supreme Court has struck down a Louisiana law that requires doctors to have local hospital admitting privileges before performing an abortion. As NPR. Sarah McCammon reports, abortion rights groups are expressing relief as well, A surprise over the decision. The Louisiana law is very similar to a Texas law that was overturned in 2016 before the court included two of President Trump's conservative nominees. Chief Justice John Roberts surprise some observers by siding with the liberal justices this time in striking down the law. Elizabeth Nash is a state policy analyst at the Guttmacher Institute, which supports abortion rights. This case is a way to see where the court stands on abortion and what it means for the future. And I think The court has stood pat on abortion rights. For now. Abortion rights opponents are vowing to keep fighting for new restrictions on the

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Supreme Court throws out Louisiana abortion restrictions

Bloomberg Law

07:32 min | 6 d ago

Supreme Court throws out Louisiana abortion restrictions

"Been talking to Stephen Black professor at the University of Texas Law School about the decision today We're a divided Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that opponents said would have left the state with only one abortion clinic. Chief Justice John Roberts provided the crucial vote during the court's liberal justices in a 5 to 4 majority. So Justice Stephen Breyer, who also wrote the majority opinion in the Texas Case, wrote the majority opinion here did he reiterated his reasoning in the Texas case, or did he just follow precedent? No American. I think a lot of the plurality of him by the prior was very much not just reiterating what he wrote for the majority four years ago in the home of health case, but also do not carefully trying to explain why that decision for your so should control the case. Why the Louisiana line is not in any material way. Actually, or legally different fromthe law that the court threw out in Texas four years ago. If I can, you know for Brier, the queue is to show why these cases are not the similar And you know, I don't get you. Justice. Roberts actually agreed with that. I think you just agreed with the endorsement of the analysis from the earlier decision on hold and help if that's why he felt obliged and compelled to write separately. What was the thread running through the dissenting opinions? What's interesting about this case is, you know if you read the sentinel opinions that actually very little tune about roar, Casey and a whole lot about standing, you know, I think for the defenders, the ground they were hoping in this case would be resolved on Was that the abortion providers June Medical Services, etcetera weren't proper parties. The challenge Louisiana long the first place that would have allowed the court sidestep a major ruling on the stuff into scope of the right to pursue a pre viability abortion. But of course, there were consequences all his own indignant much harder for a court to hear these kinds of pieces going forward, so No, I think for the dissenters for justice Promise Justice Alito. The quarters from Kavanaugh know there at least stated opposition here with principally to the court allow in this case to reach America at all. I suspect June that that no one will be surprised if no. Were those marriage to be properly before them. They just hostile to them that know the descent maybe focus on stand them, but I think it's not hard to imagine that there are objections on the merits behind them as well. So during his confirmation hearings, Justice Cavanaugh was questioned again and again on Roe v. Wade, and he said he would follow precedent. Did he veer from that in this decision? I don't think so. I mean, just, Kavanaugh wrote only a very short to page dissent, although he joined a large chunk of just much longer defense. You know, I think Kavanaugh is a little bit cagey and careful on exactly that point. Doesn't say a lot about roar. Casey. He really put it on the procedural question of whether these planets had standin on why he thinks that matter should have been read ended the trial court traditional back finding on that question. But, you know, I think folks are not gonna have trouble reason. If you imagine this is You know, suitable and without necessarily saying that he's probably a reliable vote for the conservatives in a case where the merits of an abortion restriction really aren't properly before the court. You know, I don't think it's directly inconsistent with anything, he said during the confirmation process, But Matt it certainly doesn't come running like wall. We've heard a lot about Justice Roberts Justice Gorsuch Has Cavanaugh been a reliable conservative vote during his first term here, I think, for the most part, I mean, I think there's one or two paces June where You know he's been on the other side. We're siding with the progressive on Ly one that comes to mind when you was the deciding vote on. It wasn't an especially major contention case that without an antitrust case You know, I think he's probably been in some respects more reliable in a smaller data set as a conservative vote than justice. Gorsuch has been, obviously, of course, it's you know, it's fresh off of the Majority opinion he wrote in the LGBT discrimination case, You know, so I think I think it's pretty clear that injustice. Cavanaugh, the conservative, got what they were hoping for. Um Whether that hold across the larger data set, we'll see. But you know, I also think it's also a sign of the times. June. You know, we had a 30 year period We had a Supreme Court with No. Two very obvious swing. That justice is Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Justice Anthony Kennedy, where you could see these pretty profound shift in majorities from one case to the next. That's not where we are. Now we have a solid conservative majority and results, like the abortion case, don't change that. I think they just show that there are at least some elements that even the solid conservative majority won't transgress. This was the third time in two weeks that Chief Justice John Roberts disappointed conservatives in a blockbuster opinion. Is he now the next Justice Kennedy Oh, I think it's been clear June since Justice Cabin always confirmed to the Supreme Court that in most, not all but most of the high profile, divisive partisan No social and contentious cases before the Supreme Court. The departure of death of Kennedy puts to Justice Robert from the middle, and I think, you know we're seeing that this term in spades. It's not just his decisive vote today in the Louisiana abortion paid not just his majority opinion in the doc a case you know that he also joined Justice Gorsuch. In the LGBT discrimination case, So you know they're going to be out liars where it's not the chief Cruz the swing vote, But I think you know in the high profile cases more often than not, yes, where there's a 5 to 4 majority, and it's No for the conservatives who sent him the the one who will have been personally to switch sides with the chief justice John, I don't think that's because anything about the chief has changed. I think that because No. The court itself has changed. And because the kind of dispute the court is taken are increasingly grounds new towards ones where any of those five justices were going. Be disinclined Tio. Ride with the quote unquote conservative position. It's going to be John Roberts. Using this opinion and looking forward at some of the other opinions that are coming out, especially the decision on the subpoenas for Trump's financial records. Does this tell us anything about how justice Roberts may vote on that? I really don't think so. You know, I don't think that this is any kind of broader shift or pattern in how the chief justice instead of his job, you know, I think he's he's able to take that from cases differently. I mean, you know, right after we got the abortion opinion this morning, we got the chief justice's majority opinion. And that's the Buchanans, which was a very classically conservative separation of powers. Hold them from him. So I don't think we should read anything broader into his vote in these cases, other than the reality that he is now the Longboat And, you know, do not could show up again as early as you know the cases where they were coming down on Tuesday or the rest of this week or next week. You know, I don't think this is the last time this term that the chief going to be the swing vote, But I also don't think that you know the fact that he's this one wrote in some cases allows us to predict in which cases It most likely

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Louisiana abortion law struck down by Supreme Court

KYW 24 Hour News

02:17 min | 6 d ago

Louisiana abortion law struck down by Supreme Court

"There. Ruling struck down a Louisiana law that requires any doctor offering abortion services have hospital privileges at a nearby hospital. CBS legal analyst Jonathan Turley on conservative Justice John Roberts sided with the four liberal justices. He is someone not comfortable with with the the court court dictating dictating Sweeping Sweeping changes. changes. This This would would have have been been a a critical critical moment. moment. Many Many have have argued argued that that the the best best way to attack the legacy of Roe v. Wade. Is the chip away at the edges to impose these types of limitations on hospitals and doctors. GOP Louisiana Senator John Kennedy was quick to post video reaction on Twitter states should be able to put basic health and safety calls in place. To safeguard people from the deficient care that abortion clinics two often offer them, and the ruling was a relief to abortion rights advocates here in the Philadelphia area and a disappointment to pro life groups. Hey, boy, W's Pat Lobe reports. Both sides intend to continue pressing their case. So freaky of the women's law projects as the Louisiana case was, as the decision pointed out word for word, the same as the Texas case struck down four years ago. So the decision wasn't exactly a surprise. But with a more conservative majority on the high court, it was not a certainty. That's why we're so relieved and glad that the opinion came out the way it did. Planned. Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania president Dale Steinberg says she was only mildly surprised the chief justice It was the deciding vote. He's been making some reasonable decisions, and this was one of them. The Pennsylvania Pro Life Federation disagrees. They cite dissenting Justice Clarence Thomas's view that Louisiana's law was perfectly legitimate and call it a sad day for women who deserve the best possible medical care. Pennsylvania has not attempted to require admitting privileges for doctors performing abortions. But it has imposed other rules that Richie says make it difficult for new clinics to open. Even this neighboring states imposed restrictions that may push women to travel here for the procedure. We have got a long way to go before we reach anything remotely close. Reproductive justice that Lo que y w NEWS RADIO Tuesday

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What to know about COVID-19 in Houston, Harris County

The Lead with Jake Tapper

03:57 min | 6 d ago

What to know about COVID-19 in Houston, Harris County

"Us now doctor who shot. He's the executive director for Harris County. Texas public health which includes Houston doctor. Thank you for joining US Harris County the third largest county in in the country, and it's now a corona virus hotspot population obviously. How bad is it on the ground right now where you are? Jake, first of all thanks for having me and let me let me answer that in a couple of ways wine. Is that obviously when you see and hear the numbers that we're we're you know we're seeing? But also what? You just brought up. Our concern is really very much about the numbers are one thing, but really it's. It's how busy the system is throughout whether it's the healthcare system as you just mentioned on the top of the hour here or if it's really what we're seeing in the community with folks that are really trying to get tested. We have seen an increase in everything, and that's what really concerns us. The Houston Mayor says the city needs to move quickly to slow this explosion of new cases. What needs to happen right now. To make sure that happened, so it doesn't get any worse. Well, as you know, Jake we as a community, did a fantastic job of fighting this pandemic early, and and all of our numbers show that case rates, death rates, etc, and now what we've seen since the reopening occurred starting may first and as you know other reopening was from the state side of of what they had decided how they had decided things. We're going to reopen. Since that period of time we've seen increases in cases and hospitalizations and the key masters that were saying is that we need to make sure that as things reopen and. You see three or four weeks later a few weeks later that you start to see the impact of the reopening now when you dial back, it's going to take a few weeks so for you to start to see. has there been an impact of that dampening back or that? Dial back and that's what we're really concerned about, is that have we already set this in motion that it's going to be too late to get all that we don't think so. We hope that we still have that opportunity as a community if we all. All do the right things. Stay home as our county executive judge Dala go on Friday. Raise the level of alert to read stay home if you don't need to go out certainly aware the face coverings, and do all the things, but stay out of those big crowds and social distancing is absolute, must and certainly testing the aspect of the final aspect that we WANNA. Make sure that people don't guess they take the test that we can. We can certainly know who's positive in our community. That's our best chance to get out of this. I want to share the rate of new cases in Texas because the rise is really dramatic just a few weeks ago. Texas seemed to gets to plateau holding steady at fewer than two thousand new cases a day, and now there's just this massive spike. What happened? Well I. Think I just said it was reopening. And what? I call the layering effect you layered reopening on top of holidays, milestone events, Mother's Day and Memorial Day weekend. You had the protests here. At least in in Houston on top of that graduations you had all sorts of activities that occurred. People layered back onto their normal activities as well as additional activities, and that's when you started to see the increase. I'm glad that the governor. Governor and the state have dialed back, but we are very concerned that urban communities such as Houston and obviously Harris. County, here also Austin and San Antonio in Dallas. We've got to make sure that we have those tools available to us, so we can find that in different than the other two hundred and fifty such counties in Texas so it has to be looked at differently in those urban communities as it is those rural jurisdictions. All right Dr Marcia. Thank you so much and best of luck with this as Houston goes through this. Horrific

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Louisiana Abortion Law Struck Down by Supreme Court

All Things Considered

04:49 min | 6 d ago

Louisiana Abortion Law Struck Down by Supreme Court

"US Supreme Court has delivered a major defeat to abortion opponents by a 5 to 4 vote, the court struck down in Louisiana law that was virtually identical to a Texas law invalidated by the court four years ago. As NPR's Nina Totenberg reports. The fifth and decisive vote was cast by Chief Justice John Roberts. Four years ago. The chief justice was among the dissenters when the court struck down a Texas law that required doctors performing clinic abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. But today he voted with the courts for liberal justices in striking down a nearly identical law in Louisiana. He wrote for himself alone, however, and said he was joining the Liberals on the outcome because of the doctrine of starry decisis. Which is the legal term for standing by the court's precedents. It instructs us to treat like cases alike, he said, and the Louisiana law burdens women seeking pre viability abortions to the same extent as the Texas law did four years ago. The value of following precedent, he added, is that it promotes the evenhanded, predictable and consistent development of legal principles. Foster's reliance on judicial principles and contributes to the actual and perceived integrity of the judicial process. While president is not an inexorable demand, he said, Simple disagreement with a previous decision is not enough to justify reversing course in this case. Not only is the Louisiana law issue virtually identical to the one struck down four years ago. But the District Court judge who held an extensive trial in the case found that if the law were to go into effect at minimum, two of the three abortion clinics in the state would be forced to close women would have to wait longer and drive further for abortions, and only one doctor would likely be left to fill the demand for 10,000 women seeking abortions in the state each year. Abortion providers and defenders were to say the least relieved. Here's Kathleen Pittman, administrator of the Hope medical group that runs a clinic in Shreveport, Louisiana. To say we're related hardly begins to come close to what? Where you're failing. I'm celebrating today, but I'm still worried about our future. And Nancy, north of president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights, echoed that sentiment. Well, we are taking the Supreme Court cases one victory at a time. We are under no illusions that the fight is over with this case, you know, it's welcome all over and over again. And Leah Lippman, a professor at the University of Michigan Law School, cautioned That Robert's decision sets out a standard different from the one adopted by the court. In the past, the chief justice's reasoning was actually quite permissive in what it would allow states to do to restrict abortion. That said, however, the decision does appear to rule out state laws that, for instance, Ban abortions at 68 12 weeks or any other time prior to fetal viability. Even James Bop, general counsel for Americans United for Life, sees those bands as dead in the water. I've been saying for 10 years that those approaches are doomed to failure. The bop was disappointed in the Roberts opinion. He saw some hope he gives half alone. He sees the Roberts opinion as enabling states to mandate ultrasounds for those seeking an abortion. As well as allowing states to ban abortions for certain reasons, for instance, because of fetal disability or sex. And he sees the decision as sending a message to anti abortion voters tells the pro life movement that President Trump fulfills its promises with his appointment of Gorsuch and Kevin all and that we need Trump reelected in order to make future appointments, political groups on the right and left we're making that very point today. Were one of the liberal justices to retire and two of them are over 80. Another Trump appointment to the high court could make Roberts vote irrelevant. Given that mathematical reality, today's decision is likely to play a significant role in the upcoming election. Polling data has consistently shown a hefty majority of the public approve the right to abortion. But while Americans held similar views in 2016 exit polling at that time showed Trump was able to turn out Maura of his vote based on his stated goal of naming conservative and anti abortion justices to the court. Nina

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Supreme Court strikes down abortion clinic restrictions in Louisiana

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | 6 d ago

Supreme Court strikes down abortion clinic restrictions in Louisiana

"The Supreme Court today in a five four ruling striking down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics Chief Justice John Roberts joining with us for more liberal colleagues in a ruling that the law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals violates the abortion rights the court first announced in the nineteen seventy three roe V. Wade

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Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion clinic law

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion clinic law

"The Supreme Court struck down a law in Louisiana regulating abortion clinics four liberal justices were joined by Chief Justice John Roberts in ruling the Louisiana law violates the landmark roe versus Wade decision that legalized abortions it requires doctors to perform abortions in Louisiana to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals this is virtually identical to a law in Texas that the Supreme Court struck down in twenty sixteen in that boat Chief Justice John Roberts voted to uphold the law in this case there was fierce opposition from conservative justices Clarence Thomas said the majority forced out a perfectly legitimate state law without jurisdiction and Donahue Washington

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Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion clinic law

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion clinic law

"The Supreme Court struck down a law in Louisiana regulating abortion clinics four liberal justices were joined by Chief Justice John Roberts in ruling the Louisiana law violates the landmark roe versus Wade decision that legalized abortions it requires doctors to perform abortions in Louisiana to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals this is virtually identical to a law in Texas that the Supreme Court struck down in twenty sixteen in that boat Chief Justice John Roberts voted to uphold the law in this case there was fierce opposition from conservative justices Clarence Thomas said the majority forced out a perfectly legitimate state law without jurisdiction and Donahue Washington

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Broadway shutdown due to virus extended again until January

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Broadway shutdown due to virus extended again until January

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Broadway shutdown due to virus extended again until January

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Broadway shutdown due to virus extended again until January

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Beyoncé’s message, epic performances stand out at BET Awards

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Beyoncé’s message, epic performances stand out at BET Awards

"The Sunday's Supreme BET Court struck awards down on a CBS law in Louisiana not only celebrated regulating excellence abortion and black clinics led entertainments four liberal but highlighted justices the black were joined lives by matter Chief movement Justice John emerges Roberts our letter in ruling with the latest the Louisiana law violates the them bears the landmark to babies roe performance versus on Wade the BET decision awards featured that legalized him lying abortions on the pavement while it an requires actor dressed doctors as a police to perform officer abortions pressed in on Louisiana me on the to baby's have admitting neck privileges Chuck D. at nearby and flavor hospitals Flav let an this all is star virtually version identical of public enemy's to a law fight in the Texas power that Beyonce the Supreme they said Court that struck she was given down the humanitarian in twenty sixteen award in that that while boat black voices Chief Justice are being John heard Roberts they're still voted more to action uphold to the take law now we have in this case one more there thing was fierce we need to opposition do to walking from a conservative true power justices and that Clarence is to Thomas vote said the majority the night's winners forced include out Liz already a perfectly rich legitimate and Chris Brown state law without jurisdiction and Donahue Washington

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Beyoncé’s message, epic performances stand out at BET Awards

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Beyoncé’s message, epic performances stand out at BET Awards

"The Sunday's Supreme BET Court struck awards down on a CBS law in Louisiana not only celebrated regulating excellence abortion and black clinics led entertainments four liberal but highlighted justices the black were joined lives by matter Chief movement Justice John emerges Roberts our letter in ruling with the latest the Louisiana law violates the them bears the landmark to babies roe performance versus on Wade the BET decision awards featured that legalized him lying abortions on the pavement while it an requires actor dressed doctors as a police to perform officer abortions pressed in on Louisiana me on the to baby's have admitting neck privileges Chuck D. at nearby and flavor hospitals Flav let an this all is star virtually version identical of public enemy's to a law fight in the Texas power that Beyonce the Supreme they said Court that struck she was given down the humanitarian in twenty sixteen award in that that while boat black voices Chief Justice are being John heard Roberts they're still voted more to action uphold to the take law now we have in this case one more there thing was fierce we need to opposition do to walking from a conservative true power justices and that Clarence is to Thomas vote said the majority the night's winners forced include out Liz already a perfectly rich legitimate and Chris Brown state law without jurisdiction and Donahue Washington

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"louisiana" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

06:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"louisiana" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Iheartradio APP or on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. In Rouge Louisiana. There is an all nearly black school. It's named after confederate General Robert e Lee black leaders in the community wanted to rename the school, and during a school board meeting brother Gary De Chambers called out a school board member for just shopping while he's. Up there pleading their case and everything, she's on the Internet shopping. While citizens were discussing about changing the name of the school, take a listen I had intended to get up here and talk about how racist Robbie Leewards, but I'm gonNA. Talk about you, Kinda sitting over there shopping while we're talking about Robert. E Lee this pitcher you shopping while we're talking about racism history and his country, only white members. It is Bor- got up while we were up. You're talking to 'cause you. Don't give a damn and is clear. But I'M GONNA. Tell you what the slaves my ancestors said about Robbie Lee says. You don't know history system. Let me tell you that. They said when he got the plantation after he got off the field with twenty seven thousand people die. At Gettysburg tiny. Robert e Lee was a brutal slave master, not only did when he walked the slaves, he said lay it on hall after he said. He said. Put. Wine on SORTA Barnum. That's what Robert De and you set your arrogant self in here and sit on the shopping while the pain and the heart of the people of this community is on display, but you don't give a damn and you should resign. You should have resigned two years ago when you choke the white man in his house. You should've resigned two weeks ago when. When you got on TV essay foolishness, and you said walk out of here and resigned and never come back. 'cause you all the example of Winston. I'm in this community. You are horrible not to the rest of all you have an obligation to the people of this community and eighty one percent of them are black, and do you need a Klan rally. Rally outside Mr Day before you ended because holding it up means that you put that building in jeopardy, you do sir, because all over the country. Burn stuff down breath hosting. This city has still with protests. I seen you elected officials out there with him. Making sure that nothing go south in Baton Rouge. It's been folks in this community who gives a damn not when it's comfortable, but every time and four years ago, we came down here. Mr Drake they say you are good man. Be Your good name platform. Say Good Man why folks say you are good man. Don't legacy is attached to tonight. Brother Your legacy now let me say to the black members of the board. It's the most solitaire. y'All fail. Let's keep it at. Let's stand on this moving forward because we don't need. Apologize for Connie Evelyn G soldier who she was when she was sitting next to you while you were talking shopping, you don't need another example now. When do we as bad and rooms stop being in eight hundred and fifty six. If you want to name the building after somebody about PBS, pits back the first black governor of the state of Louisiana when he was governor during reconstruction. You want another name I. Still Don who was the lieutenant governor of the State of? Of Louisiana in the eighteen sixties that gave the right for Darius, land, and Don and wear Jackson intramural our to get you. You want to name it after somebody from reconstructed named after the people who fought Appalachian of silly. If you want to name it after somebody of the right people, the people who, on the right side of history when it show ancestor the school is named after so you hold onto your heritage, but we built this joint for free, and we've done begging you to do what's right. Thank you sir. All right talk about Mr. Joint for free. I'm like how we kept calling councilmember out Connie. Yeah. Shopping Connie baton. Rouge is fifty six percent, black and people are outraged. The people who are outraged in the Baton Rouge community are working hard. They're trying to get a misconduct Bernard fired. Meeting to name the school. She's shopping. She's on the yeah, so you're not even listening to. Why listen to what we're saying. They want to rename the school. Broken Down Yeah. Yeah. He knew sisters this. Mad, Negro, because that's what. Yeah the specs together. Different Name Post Gould's daughter. Have Different name the longest with. All right coming up. We'll have more of today's trending stories on the Steve Harvey Morning Show at twenty minutes after the hour right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. Hey Fam- Jada Pinkett Smith here. Bringing your favorite red table, talk episodes to podcast. I want to introduce you to the most important women in my life, my mom. She's really old school. I never wanted to be in that situation like not date will at all. Willow I'm going to be like my ancestors interest. Do what I need to do from June. 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"louisiana" Discussed on Alchemy This

Alchemy This

07:12 min | Last month

"louisiana" Discussed on Alchemy This

"Given free net kisses out I, just had to rush by and get one I'll just. Kiss it right here. Bethany I'm going to presume that you've spoken with a character by the name of pork. Chop and I'm going to ask that you. Disregard any all missives from. Senator, do you want me to ten like? I'm not here for this station, okay? Okay. Now. To my colleagues Senator Stein Stein from New York. Is there correct? That's correct? Yeah, he's A. He's a real New Yorker. If you catch my meaning but heels. Even though he goes across the aisle from me over different POD outduel respect him so if you could send him man we all on Armed Services Committee and This would different than the Armed Forces Committee okay. I did let me just kiss your feet goodbye. Okay and I'll be right back. All right all whereas my groove. CIA hooked up. Is that you? Walk Cha Y-. Yeah, PORK CHOP! Is that you? Yes, Mama, it's me pork. We need to go through this every day Mama. I'm the only one stop by the visit you, of course, don't show. It never read my feet and more bookshop. Read a Momma. You can adopt today Oh. Feed me to the gate. Owes ain't gonNA happen. You don't get to pick that wish. But I I am going to give you this sack of potatoes here. On my way to go see a big senator from new. York less pork chop. You're going to change the world pork chop. Chop you fell asleep you. Insert. Me Falsely. You wanted in my dream inception style. Do I look sixty eight to you. Poke, Chop, tell me the truth. No, no, you look great while I'm so confused, everybody. You'll have to dream bigger Dali. Follow me. We have to invade this bank. Okay? I'm calling me everyone imagine some quickly. quickly. I got an umbrella. All right that's all I imagine. A Peres. Okay! We have ten minutes before the senator wakes up. Hurry up quickly. I'll right exactly and hope it I. Just keep imagining like muscles and I. 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So we've invaded a dream, some people invading the other senators dreams. Yep. We're having a dream warriors right here. That's great. That's great stuff. Great stuff. Nice to meet you professor. Enjoy the rest of your. Shop at Disneyworld could dream up something better than opinion shop. Any of this. You? Were in your dream right now. This is disgusting. No, it's great super great. You should see it outside disgusting things that you're dreaming. It's your subconscious. It's gross. Okay well. I can't control my subconscious. Now can I I guess not I can't can't. Now, the these crawfish been yays or out of this world. SET, said Senator. Senator. Senator to stand Stein. That's me. Yes, it's so good to see you senator. Colleague from New York. Thank you. Thank you for seeing me I can't believe it yet. I tip my hat at the Phalanx of human. do-gooders as still between myself and you well a very helpful staff. Let's call it that Sir we need you for a very important vote. Is there any way I can get you out of your slumber for for just an hour? Now am I dreaming now. Is this reality so I promise you? You're not in fact. I'm going to give you a quick shot to the judges to make that point. Oh, you got. I do dream very vividly and feel pain in Madrid so. Have you ever killed anyone dream of yours several times, okay? I guess it's you that can't die. So doctors if you'll gather around, based on brain scans the two senators that fell into the coma. Docker last week after that horrific car. Communicating, doctor, how're you doing doctor? Dr I suspect that something like this might happen oftentimes. You always have this wild ideas and I never believe he frankly oftentimes, when trauma happens to two people at once, they are connected even. If, they're not physically connected. I am now. Dr witchdoctor talking to you've been doing this for the past fifteen minutes and I would just like to. Know who you're addressing I'm just saying hard at the doctor's. 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"louisiana" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

02:50 min | 3 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

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"louisiana" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

"She could hold on up front. Because when would you broke away? No one went with her and it was. It was extremely impressive win. None of the closures relieving came running a kind of disappointed in the runs of both street band and Lee Apple other definitely shown better before so. I have to know about those back right now. Share getting definitely use of one of the leaders in the clubhouse for this distaff division and that is one thing that I I will say about surrogate for since one of the surest bet. You can make an racing when Sarah getting empress goes to the front light and she obviously different circumstances in the Kentucky Oaks but she went right to the front. No one was anywhere near her. She won that wire-to-wire when surrogate empress is alone on the front end. Good luck beating her and you know people are people might have forgotten about that but once you once you see that you gotta remember that once you leave that words alone. You're not beating her Another another race to get to it Oakland offering this past week it was also a race was very heavy on. C. Spy's horses. I Know Eric was waiting to see laughing. Fox come through and this spot but not not a good day for the SPCA Laughing Fox in Baghdad were six and seven the winter night odds again Joe. Thomas had a good weekend when a couple of states on the Oakland Card. Nice Win for him by night. Ops I I know Eric Eric take this moment. I Know Eric was not very happy with the way that that race played out with respected to the SPCA horses. I can't really blame the the pace on there but I got. The job is definitely. Were not too sure what to do there. With a with how the pace of the race set-up and.

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"louisiana" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

02:43 min | 3 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

"I need the right decision at the end of the day is I mean obviously could've moved to June but we honestly don't know what would what what it all means at this point so hopefully hopefully horses stay healthy people stay healthy cleaner be that. That's really the point that I'll echo that as well that you know alternately. I don't love that had happened. But it's the right decision to to give the the best of pro prospects of being of Kentucky Derby because. I'm sure that that is something that no one wants to have is a Kentucky Derby a year without a Kentucky Derby the longest running continuous sporting event in the United States. That that's not something that I think anyone would like to see lost. I do also want to mention. I forgot to mention this There will be no cylinder in there will be no April. Keeneland needs so. That's very disappointing. I Know Eric specifically disappointed from that. He was going to go out to Keeneland for for us and do do some stuff. There's unfortunately that's not gonNA happen But there but as I mentioned their tracks are still going on the fairgrounds to said they're going to finish out their meat Gulfstream GOLF SHIRT GOING TO RACY STILL MARYLAND. Nairas keeping going so while there are some tracks that are not having having racing anymore The vast majority of them are still going to keep going on Oakland did say they might move the Arkansas Derby. But they're still they're still going to continue so there's a lot of tracks it will still keep on on so that that's obviously good news Speaking of Fairgrounds ARE. There are some notable six. We gotta get to but first. Let's look back at the stuff that happened. The past weekend in one specific thing that I know Eric and I were really really excited about was the rebel stakes weekend featuring the comebacker the of what might end up being Bob Baffert best three-year-old. I know you've got a loaded barn right now but that run by. Nidal in the rebel stakes was there. Were not enough words. That could could describe how very how awesome performance out was set. I don't like to throw the awesome word around very much but that was that was something else. Adult had to deal with tall very fast paced. He got pressed early and he had every excuse. He had every reason not to win that race and he held on to win that race and he may. He made me believe that I believe in him. Because I was not a person that was very hot interested. I was very hot. Wasn't very high doll. But after that Nidal looks like a sure thing Derby contender going into that with the Kentucky Derby being in September Nidal. That was a very nice performance from new doll that we get less began. There was extremely..

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"louisiana" Discussed on How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast

How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast

11:30 min | 3 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on How To Bet Horse Racing Podcast

"This is the Tabet. Horseracing horseracing podcast. Today we talk with grandma. Grunge about Saturday's Louisiana Derby. Now here's your host. Ted Derosa show goes on in horse racing not in front of many live people though some will be in the stands when the Louisiana Derby is conducted on Saturday at fairgrounds and one of those lucky enough to be in attendance. I at the thrill of being one of few. The the rebel grant Legrand's from fairgrounds will have a similar thrill is he and his peers. Gets a witness the Louisiana Derby two hundred points on the road to the Kentucky Derby and that road is extended now until September fifth regardless. This is a win. I'm sure many of the trainers and horseman wanting to grab it's the million dollar twin spires Louisiana Derby grant welcome to the horse racing. Podcast thanks. I appreciate Appreciate you having me and like you said. I'm going to be one of the lucky ones in this unfortunate time and Not only racing but in any sporting events I'M GONNA be one of the lucky ones that get to see the first one hundred point. Prep race I'm looking forward to it. Louisiana Derby is always The highlight of my year. And it's It's not only fund race to watch and see how these horses perform the rest of the year. But it's also Seems to always turn out to be a really good race. Bit No question about it with Sixteen entered fourteen will go assuming only to scratch is certainly a good bending events this year as well plus the added is the race will be NBC. Sports So excited to get that pickup Trying to make lemonade out of Lemons. Obviously don't love the circumstances but The they are what they are. And is someone I'M NOT GONNA lie grant You Know Surreal Eerie. All those adjectives being at a race track with big time racing fans. But certainly something. I'm GonNa be telling my grandkids about what next what an experience and you've had a few days a racing without fans but I'd imagine what they're actually being big steak Saturday. It's GonNa feel more different. Yeah I was That that thought I tried to block that sought out for as long as I could but today kind of doing TV Solo all day today on track. It really It eerie feeling like you said starts to creep in just because you know usually you come into one of those big big weeks and you experience it at Oaklawn but you come into these. Highlights you know the marquee events of the meat and Even though the week of there's the buzz and you know and people are looking forward to it for some reason or another. You have a bigger on track Wednesday crowd. And you know there's there's some lead up to it but today which just me and Three other people in the paddock and I was sitting there doing the pre ratio and almost talking to myself in a sense Other than you know obviously it goes out to simulcast but like you said it's a it's a weird feeling It's certainly strange to be at a track like the fairgrounds. Which usually you know has not only great racing but very fun and Interactive crowd and. It's a little different to be sitting out there In dead silence almost just hearing the horses walked behind you in the paddock. But it is what it is and we're GONNA make lemons out eliminate is that how it goes I think it's lemonade out of Lemons. Although actually lemons lemonade would be more impressive than you think about it. That's why I said it 'cause I was spending you're taking level people. One another SORTA weird wrinkle to this sort of byproduct is You know we're we're prepping for race now. For many of these horses country house actually raised again in the Arkansas Derby last year before Winning the Kentucky Derby but For a lot of these horses this would have been the final star for for the Kentucky Derby Argo imagined. That's in play now With the race being moved to September fifth and Churchill is hinted that they will add some points races. Not sure how many how much they'll be worth it Sarah But you know a a little luster lost from you know a last chance to see these horses before the Derby standpoint And I know as part of your job. In addition to handicapping talking races in the paddock. Do a lot of barn work. A lot of great videos up on twitter and social media would of the the horsemen been saying about this whole situation terms of preparing their horses and thinking about a derby. Now that's six months away. Yeah it's definitely a It's definitely a mixed bag for someone like Brad Cox for example He's you know. Obviously he had Division One winner of the risen star Mister monoploy Who won that race and then came out of the first division of the risen so it with a little bit of an ankle issue so originally right after the risen star when they issue came up. Brad Cox had continued to say that obviously the horses off of the betrayal. But now obviously as you mentioned with the Derby being pushed back a horse like Mr Modern y you know if it is indeed just a minor ankle injury now all of a sudden has has a couple of months to recover and get back into training. And so it's an interesting dynamic. Would you know you have people like that? You have trainers Brad Cox with Mr Manuel. And then you also have you know other guys that Obviously you're aren't thrilled about having the Derby pushed back but at this point it's just opinion because we've I've never seen this before and a lot of these trainers have never seen Something like this before. So everyone kind of has their own opinion whether or not most of it is positive or negative. I'm not sure yet. It seems to be a little bit of mixed emotions Between all of the trainers but for me. I think that you know it is what it is and Business as usual we'll I'd imagine a lot of the sentiment will be distilled in August You know Mr minimally comes back. Game Busters Brattle love it But like His law is awesome through July. And then you know God forbid something doesn't go hundred percent that camp Would definitely a wish for a major be? But you know we're all dealt the same hand so at least it's fair in that regard and finally get to the main event here as we both hinted excellent batting race Really no obvious. Obvious favourite You're GONNA have what fourteen horses There's only the two scratches you do have to. Have you heard anything about how the field might shake out? Do it either of the as have a chance to draw in. I haven't heard a everyone's been playing pretty tight to the chest I haven't heard But to be honest even if these To a draw in. I'm still looking elsewhere. But as far as scratches and to one of the two or both of them drawing. I haven't heard we'll we'll go top to bottom because I don't really see this as any horse not worth talking about some more than others though but it does start down on. The rail and natural at the VIBE is their New Orleans grant but Certainly among my Louisville friends and people I see at Churchill. Downs all the time Hard to find a trainer that would be Not Hard to find a trainer that would be more popular Greg Foley having a Derby Horse and we've seen it to some extent with mark and Brad and Greg seems to be at that level as well. He's local his kids from around here. They're involved as well. A lot of excitement about major fed Down on the rail based on first nets numbers is going to need to find some improvement But he's by go sapper out of a smart strike mayor so no reason to think the distance Can't help him. Yeah and I've I've I interviewed Greg fully after this horse broke his maiden on we back on the first of January and even then Obviously the camp knew that they had something with this horse even on debut but after that easy win Breaking the maiden Greg Foley and his team his kids Travis and they all had high hopes and It seems to becoming to fruition. Here it's good to see that whole crew getting a just an opportunity. I like Travis said at the Louisiana Derby. He said it's nice to be here. It's good to have an opportunity and at least we have a say in this game and to see them win this race that would be A thrill as far as the horse goes like you said that ninety one birds that speech figure last out obviously gonNA need improve on that in but a lot of these horses in here Have something to prove. So at eight to one on the rail. I honestly there's A. There's a bit of a run into that. I turn. I would have liked to see major fed. John Maybe somewhere near the middle of the pack even though there is that long run into the first turn. You still going to have to work out a trip but Who better to work out a trip than Joel? Rosario so major fed on the round at eight to one if you get part of it. I don't see why he couldn't win. This race and Joel was on NATO. The rebel last week and Somehow kept that horse together to repel would seem like a challenge from every horse in that race and they doll was down on the rail as well so the paint and one thing probably should as I mentioned at the top of all this this is a mile and three sixteenths for the first time It does that Affect you do you see that distance is more like amount an acre more classic test for these horses. I think it's more I think it's more of a classic test To be honest with you I think that the mile and three sixteenths We're going to get to see that I mean once you get the distances like these For three year olds It's I mean every yard is going to be a grew. It's a grinding battle. Every extra yard you put onto these racist so To stretch sources out to a mile and three sixteenths I think it was a good move horsemen obviously agree in both the risen star and in this race So it's GonNa be fun to see how it all shakes out going forward. Yeah the Entry Back. Certainly speaking volumes with the full field number two mailman money Connection to Louisiana Derby fans and we'll see the upset winner from last year's Derby on the undercard by my standards. Of course. That's certainly taken a shine to mailman. Money five to one Definitely some buzz off that maiden win at five to two. I actually didn't think that was a terrible race from the ten whole Was Wide had some traffic early. Definitely could see some improvement in store here at a decent price I mean really like to be a broken record or will be by the end of this one of many scenes. It has fat yet. It's tough to not be a broken record in this racist because all of these sources have Tons of upside and so much approve. Mailman money Pretty rough trip in that Rhythm store on the fifteenth of February still finished a nice fourth and talking to Bread Calhoun after the race He mentioned that he he just waiting on this horse to get To mature a little bit he thinks that this horse going forward is going to be a real threat For the three year olds Throughout the summer Whether or not Mailman. Money is ready for this big of a stage yet. It remains to be seen Breakout obviously mentioning that. The trip was pretty rough and had risen store and we can all see it but As far as wind chances. He's definitely a horse that I'm willing to use underneath especially at that morning line..

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"louisiana" Discussed on We The People

We The People

08:06 min | 4 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on We The People

"If I so choose than it is the society that has to change not me the we need to be pouring our resources into finding solutions and ways for women to To be able to have it all for women to be able to To do whatever we want that. That's the goal here right that that is the goal so that we can So that we aren't in these kinds of catch twenty two situations so that we don't feel compelled to To make these kinds of decisions going back to the nineteen ninety s and that idea that abortion should be safe legal and rare That rare word where we had prominent politicians recognizing that it wasn't the the first choice that it was it was a last resort that That women that women were Were falling to but that there would be a better solution out there. That's what we need to be working to provide for women so that women do get access to real life affirming choices to holistic care instead of Instead of being told that we're not enough we can't have both we can't do it all and And we got to choose in order to To finish high school or get a bachelor's or whatever it might be Julie. Are you concerned that if the court upholds the Louisiana Law issue here it will be the first step toward overturning roe and tell listeners why you believe that Roach and not be overturned. Role is critical for a few reasons one. It's of course critical to women's ability to make basic decisions about the course of their lives. Which is what the court has recognized. And so that's why it's so important as a practical matter and of course Over sixty percent or about sixty percent of women who obtain an abortion in the United States? Already mother so these are people who are making decisions about what is best for themselves and their families and it's critical that they be able to do that for very practical reasons but row is also critical as part of our Constitution. It is based the right to decide whether to end. A pregnancy is part of our liberty. It's based on the Word Liberty in the fourteenth amendment and the right to liberty has been interpreted by the court for many years since the early nineteen hundreds to include things like the ability to make decisions about child rearing to make decisions about your family life about marriage And in addition liberty has included the right to make decisions about your body and so with the court has said is that of course the right to decide whether to end a pregnancy is protected by our right to liberty because it involves a very personal decision that impacts the course of your life and that's something the court protects liberty at it involves bodily integrity. And that's something the court protects liberty so it is a key constitutional right that makes very good sense in our constitutional structure and it's critical to people's ability to Really make the most basic decisions about the course of their lives and then to go to the first part of your question it would be devastating for people in Louisiana. If this law was upheld again as I said if the law takes fact there will be only one physician left in the state to provide services to people who need abortion which means that. Most people won't be able to access the services at all and those who are will be delayed. We'll have greater costs and one of the things that we know is that laws that restrict access to worship only hurt people's health And so people will be very much harmed and I would like to just make one last point if I may going back to. Some of the Earlier is she's we discussed I. I do think it's very important for people to understand that. This law has nothing to do with women's health and safety. It has nothing to do with emergency transfer agreements. There is a separate law in Louisiana that provides for those and it's not an issue in this case so this is about an admitting privileges requirement that every major medical organization in the United States has said will only hurt women's Health Catherine. What is the significance of this decision for future challenges to restrictions on the right to choose abortion? What are the cases that are coming up in the lower courts that Americans? United is following. And what should our listeners? Be Looking out for next. You know. This is a very important case because it does re examine the whole one's health standard and it questions You know what? What does it take for For a state level protection to be constitutional What What can states do to protect the women in the and the citizens of their states that will meet constitutional muster in situation Involving Abortion In this case No patient has challenged this this admitting privileges role even either in the legislature or in court. And what we're seeing is that. Is that the abortion. Industry is is continuing to try to to strike down these types of protections We're seeing a number of cases in the lower courts the Sixth Circuit Ohio. Ohio Printer on Bach is being argued tomorrow. In fact the prenatal nondiscrimination law passed in Ohio We have an ultrasound case from Indiana parental notice. Notification CASE OUT OF INDIANA A number of of cases in the lower courts that are coming up and so the outcome of this case as it's weighing the benefits and the burdens of this Louisiana Law. That is in fact. Intended to protect women Per The fifth circuit this law leave at least two and probably three abortion facilities opened Louisiana If Jude Medical Services can't can't pay more to to recruit more abortion doctors. They're not constitutionally entitled to their business model for abortion their constitutionally entitled to Women are constitutionally entitled to Access Abortion And what this case reminds us is how very unsettled row and the courts abortion jurisprudence in general is when we have to have a case going up before the court to examine a a very fact based on the ground inquiry relating to The burdens of an abortion law and figuring out. How is this going to impact the women of Louisiana there? There are many cases in the lower courts? The that could be impacted by this By the court's decision of what constitutes an undue burden while another one in fact the The case out of out of Indiana an organization and abortion facility that was denied a license and the seventh circuit ordered Indiana to give it one based on Heller Stat. Cert- spending on that case So again this is. This is a case. That has an opportunity to clarify heller stat. And that is exactly what What Americans need what? Lawmakers need. Thank you so much jewellery. Delman and Catherine Glenn Foster for a civil thoughtful illuminating discussion of June medical services at the Supreme Court. Julie Catherine thank you so much for joining. Thank you thank you. Today's show was engineered by Greg sackler produced by Jackie. Mcdermott research was provided by Michael. Marcus and Lana work please. Rate Review and subscribe to we the people on Apple podcasts. And recommend the show to friends colleagues or anyone anywhere. 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"louisiana" Discussed on We The People

We The People

14:21 min | 4 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on We The People

"Emergency care so help our listeners. Understand Chief Justice Roberts dissented in a whole women's health but he might not want to overturn it here. If he were to distinguish between the two cases what might he point to? And why might there be women protected by the Louisiana Law? We're not protected by the Texas law so a couple of things again. I think it's important to really set the factual record straight so it's just inaccurate to say that third dozens of women who are transferred in Louisiana every year. That's just not true. The District Court held a trial in this case and actually found that At most there was a transfer once every two years or so again are plenty of protocols in place procedures in place to make sure that those transfers happen appropriately in that women's health is protected. And that's what the District Court found. Abortion is very safe. These laws have nothing to do with protecting women's health and safety. They're about closing down. Access to abortion and every federal district court in the country that has held a trial and one of these laws has found that it does nothing for women's health and safety that's also with the Supreme Court said in Holman's health just a few years ago so again the medical consensus on this could not be more crystal clear they have nothing to do with health and safety and yes. You're absolutely right. The record in this case showed that hope clinic. The plaintiff had transferred about four out of seventy thousand patients over twenty three years and all of those patients received appropriate care. Because there are ready protocols laws in place to make sure that happens And of course abortion is one of the safest outpatient procedures that people can obtain in the country and the laws requiring admitting privileges for abortion providers. Single out those physicians for uniquely burdensome treatment and regulation that isn't applied to other types of physicians. And what this law would do if it took effect would be to leave Louisiana with one clinic and one physician to provide abortions for about ten thousand people per year while doing absolutely nothing to protect women's health and Safety Katherine. I'd like you to channel Chief Justice Roberts as well. He asked Mr Wall arguing for the government. I understand the point. The impact of the law varies from state to state. But why do you look at each state differently? If the benefits of the law. They're not going to change from state to state. What is your answer to to to that question and again distinguishing between this case and the Texas law is the argument here that even if only one woman four women are protected. There's evidence on this record that they might be benefited by this law where there wasn't similar evidence in the Texas case. Certainly I think the benefit overall would be about the same and I'm citing again the guttmacher institute itself which has cited that point three percent of all abortions required direct transfer if there about ten thousand abortions per year in Louisiana then that does result in an a total number of of dozens of women. Compare that to Texas Point Three Percent Times seventy five thousand abortions annually in two thousand fourteen. That would be two hundred. Forty direct transfers. Two hundred. Ten were actually reported that year in Texas so that demonstrates how reliable that Guttmacher Institute Abortion Industry statistic is that it is a reliable statistic and assuming that that that standards are about the same across the spectrum state to state then that would hold that there would be in fact dozens in Louisiana That we would see so. That's the the source of that When it comes to To determining whether whether one of these Emergency transfer agreement laws is constitutional. Then the courts are looking to not only benefit but also the burden and so the courts are looking to a number of different factors including The number of facilities in the state. What what the emergency transfer agreement long might Might do to those facilities How they might Whether whether they would be able to obtain Emergency transfer agreement admitting privileges or not looking to all of these factors determine whether there is in fact an undue burden for women seeking abortion Caused by this lot Julie. What's your response to both of those arguments that the guttmacher institute suggests that there are benefits to the Louisiana Law and that those benefits are not weighed by the burdens imposed on women. Short the Guttmacher. Again let me be very clear and make sure I set the record straight because The facts are really not correct as they've just been presented by the other side Guttmacher Institute has never suggested that this law has benefits. No major medical organization in the United States supports this type of law. They all have said that these laws will only harm women's health so I think it's just really important to be crystal clear about that. The statistics that were cited are just incorrect. That's just not what the statistics are at all And again just to be crystal clear. There was a trial in this case and the District Court found that this law would not make women safer in situations where transfers necessary and the fifth circuit agreed with that that there isn't any evidence whatsoever. The these laws this type of law will make women safer when A transfer is necessary. There are ready separate laws that required transfer agreements that ensure that women. Get the care that they need in the case of a transfer so that really has absolutely nothing to do with this case And second on the burdens point again. This law would actually be more burdensome than the law in Texas. This life it took a fact would leave. Louisiana with one physician at one clinic to provide services for the entire state and so under the undue burden standard. It has no benefits whatsoever and extreme burdens. And it's clearly an undue burden and that's the district court here found Catherine response to that point that in fact Julie argues the Louisiana Law is more than the Texas long because it would leave women with one physician and one clinic certainly In Louisiana we would have no travel time to an abortion facility greater than an hour so each way unlike in the Texas Rio Grande Valley. It's quite a different situation. Where abortion access would still be no more than an hour away whereas in Texas it could be potentially significantly greater than that I would also pointing out that That while Aycock did say in its brief the American College of obstetricians and kind of columnists They wrote admitting privileged mandates or not accepted by the medical legal research community but back in two thousand and four we had over thirty major medical associations including Aycock and the American Medical Association signing a statement of safety principles declaring and part The Physicians Performing Office Space Surgery must have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital a transfer agreement with another physician who has admitting privileges at a nearby hospital or maintain an emergency transfer agreement with a nearby hospital. This is something that for many years. The medical community has aligned behind. They have said that when you were performing office based surgery admitting privileges are critical that you need to have these types of emergency transfer agreements. They have come out Against the Louisiana Law but But but again what we're seeing is that there has been a carve out for abortion for this one particular procedure whereas comparatively overall a cog and AMA support emergency transfer agreements Julia response to the argument that the distances are longer in Texas. They are in Louisiana and that some medical associations do support these requirements. Those are both incorrect. There's many people in Louisiana who already travel more than an hour each way to access abortion services and if this law took effect it would leave one physician at one clinic in New Orleans which means that people living in the northern part of the state in baton. Rouge would be traveling not just one hour. They'd be traveling three hundred miles or more than three hundred miles one way. So six hundred miles round trip from the northern part of the state So this would be a severe impact on people seeking abortion services. And that's what the district found. And that's why he found. This law was clearly an undue burden and again. The statement that medical organizations support and admitting privileges requirement is just simply wrong. Catherine does Americans united believe that hello stat should be overturned and that these laws should be upheld without imposing the undue burden test. When it comes to the outcomes in this case I I would say certainly that. The Supreme Court's ruling in whole woman's health was confusing. It was unworkable and it was a complete. Failure is an objective legal standard. The whole reason that June medical services is even being heard by the Supreme Court because the court has not provided clarity on what their decision in whole woman's health means for states. Who Do wish to pass commonsense health and safety standards and so we implored the court to provide clarity and urged the court to allow states to protect the citizens under their jurisdiction bypassing commonsense health and safety protections that said finding Louisiana's law is constitutional. Does not require overturning. Halberstadt while we certainly would would would support and would request clarity. It is entirely possible that the cord could uphold this law without touching Halberstadt. Julie some justices may be inclined to overturn Heller stunt Why do you believe they should not do that? Why was Hello Stat correctly decided? And how big a deal would it be? If the court overrules whole bins health was correctly. Decided for a few reasons and the most important one is that abortion remains a constitutional right in the United States. And if it's not a real right if people can't acce actually access abortion services and so with the court set in home. Health was when you have a law that does absolutely nothing for women's health and it imposes severe burns on abortion it closes down clinics it forces women to travel hundreds of additional miles That laws unconstitutional. Because you cannot restrict constitutional right for no good reason and this case presents exactly the same situation. This is a law that would leave Louisiana with just one physician providing abortion for the entire state for a law that will only harm women's health. That does nothing for women's health at all. And so the case made perfect sense. It was perfectly consistent with what the court said in Casey when it protected the constitutional right to abortion again and said that the right had to have real meaning and the standard that. The court created in Holman's health has proved extremely workable In fact as I mentioned earlier every Federal District Court that has held a trial on this type of law on an admitting privileges law has said it is an undue burden and unconstitutional. And the only reason that the case came to the Supreme Court is because the fifth circuit didn't follow the Supreme Court precedent in Holden's health cavern. We've been privileged on we the people to have your colleague. Clark forsythe as a guest. He is the author of abuse of discretion the Inside Story of Roe v Wade and and he argues that the courts to overturn Roe. V Wade because it was incorrectly decided on constitutional grounds chair with our listeners. Whether or not you believe row is correctly decided on constitutional grounds. And whether you think the court should use this opportunity to overturn it at first of all I would point out that since the time of row for nearly fifty years now there have been many noted legal scholars on both the left. And the right who have strongly stated that rose not correctly decided on constitutional grounds that it was in fact not moored in any kind of of constitutional understanding Even Justice Ginsburg herself has said that that Roe would not be the way that she would go about. advocating for for abortion rights. And the there was a better way to go about it than than using the Roh case Do I believe that Roe v Wade should be overturned absolutely and When you look back at the one thousand nine Hundred Case Planned Parenthood v Casey case and And one of the reasons that the court chose to uphold the core holding of Roe being the reliance interest the idea that That women rely on abortion to To succeed in society Seeming to indicate that we cannot We cannot plan for an incomplete. Our education our careers without access to legalized abortion that. We can't adequately range for our families or our futures without access to legalized abortion. It'd be can't compete on a level playing field with men without access to legalized abortion. It's hard for me to think of any less feminist concept than that because if there is if I'm living in a society that is telling me that I cannot compete on a level playing field with men that I cannot fully engage in any type of education or career that I want to.

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"louisiana" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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01:39 min | 6 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"In Louisiana while flying to the peach bowl CBS with more in a moment this is Jennifer Kaipara team turns to activism to make the road where her father was killed safer for others a Russian holiday tradition plays out in front of the bean and the death toll mounts in today's truck bombing in the capital of Somalia WBBM sports this is tape Kerner Ellis you lease Oklahoma seven nothing in the first quarter of the college football playoff semifinal in Atlanta Penn state beats Memphis to take the Cotton Bowl Notre Dame wins the camping world bowl over Iowa state rising temperatures from now through tomorrow afternoon by the time we get to tomorrow afternoon we'll have a high of sixty two on the way we'll see often on rain again heading up to a high of sixty two with steadily rising temperatures WBBM news time three thirty one CBS news update TV sports reporter calling records among the people reported killed when a small plane crashed into the parking lot of a post office near the Lafayette regional airport in Louisiana we have five hotels eight people on the planet we have five to tell right now in terms of the hospital fire chief Robert been losses the plane was heading to the college football peach bowl game in Atlanta at least one person on the ground was hurt securities lives in the area I just heard the big school for that bill at the post office and my mom was leaving the post office you backed out before anything happened I guess she's not in it will be a lot of my sleep so it was scary another witness is the plane skidded across the post office and caught fire officials say it was cloudy but not raining when the crash happened there's no word yet on what caused.

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"louisiana" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

13:54 min | 11 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"And they'll they'll point me rice okay. If you're a saas fecal that's going to be hot right. Got it. Okay like pecan. Take got it that makes sense. Let me see what the specialists like. They have things like <hes> bridge cheese with risk it on a biscuit excellent okay and then what are we doing after lunch coach after that we're going to go to we're going to drive out too late martin and do a swamp tour the alligators and the burst oh this this is a bird watchers paradise this is i am assuming an organized swamp tour. You're not just says yeah often the swamp here. You can rent a canoe. There will do that later but first office late. Martin is about twenty five minutes or so twenty five thirty minutes east of lafayette out towards bridge and is there a particular outfitter that we're looking for here. There's a couple of them one of them but doesn't echo tour and the other one is champagne charlie the complied okay uh-huh asthma unlike the juxtaposition there of the eco tour or the shampoo. That's a tough choice sexually but i i did the echo chamber one and it was good. It's a bit of a smaller boat so it is it an electric boat versus of air boat or something like that or yes. It is electric boat. They know the area they know where the alligators hang out <hes> i can almost guarantee he gonna see alligators excellent flint and also some beautiful birds and where to next. I think you'd probably thirsty for beer. We're gonna go back to lafayette. Goto worst beer garden commits an outdoor venue wonderful biz. Although it sounds like a german named worst bill got it they don't german beer but you could try sample the local beers and they also do during crawfish season place called hawks crawfish will come out there and cook up do across the board all seating him by usually by three pounds and enjoy the and if somebody is not from the united states they may not know crawfish crayfish depending on your your from so we're talking about a tiny freshwater lobster relative. Yeah got pinched the head and you were you. You suck the head you pinch the tail right so you get the juice from the head like with rollers juices on some buttering delicious fat and i'm detail is it's the kill meat and i used to always do that in butter too just because why not gaza and typically comes with some corn and potatoes as well and bad. We'll tell them whether you want it spicy or not spicy. Oh come watch out if you're if you're sensitive to the spicy and can i get a i at first beer garden as as long. Let's get in the name of us so i'm not sure if they're still serving the <hes>. They changed their deal. They were serving burst <hes> and they were serving putin and that sort of thing and then they closed down so i'm not an went with food trucks and instead so who drugs come in the are not seeing menu. Would i go to their website. Which is why i was serious. I didn't know yeah they do a lot of music events there <hes> comedy stuff in the evening. It's the goto place for afternoon afternoon. Beer sit outside. It's great okay all right and then so for dinner. I'm gonna say you could go to pamplona tapas bar. That's a great place for small plates. I love doing that. We can have a little selection. They often do well. They always do these. The shift or create something special not on the menu is like today special at the thing so i always look at the board and see what they've got going on really good food. Regular service does downtown mountain as well and they can go to blue moon saloon. They have this <hes> cajun jam session and that's usually on a wednesday. You're saying okay got it. Yeah it is wednesdays priced around around nine o'clock i think and then the cafe per million bill that's that's south of downtown but they have this great courtyard music series on wednesdays as well so that's you need to get a reservation for them so next day. Grab breakfast one the places. I've mentioned before the lack f._a._a. Arrested roots french press met l. Let's visit cathedral of saint john young vangelis so get zero saint. John is beautiful a uniform bill. Bain new can actually call them into a tour as well okay the giant oak tree. That's what i love is around five hundred years. Hello and it's almost thirty feet in circumference thirty feet around. It is huge sum if you've never seen a live oak tree it's just amazing. That's almost all we have here. Where i love the five hundred years old we have the five hundred year old old redwoods but not the five hundred year life okay so then we're gonna go into another day trip this about a half hour south lafayette to uh avery island tour the tobacco factory you betcha that's a really good trip and there's also the jungle gardens therapist satanical gardens and bird sanctuary every allen despite the name is not an island it isn't now. It's okay maybe it it used to be okay and i grab some lunch at the cafe jefferson at rip van winkle gardens as just a short top from chavez the factory <hes> you can tour the jefferson everson mansion astro around it rip van winkle gardens as well as jefferson manch. That's on site at the rip van winkle gordon okay i would just to try to figure out which which jefferson it would be jefferson island plantation okay. The island is named after a joseph jefferson. Not surfers and i know yes so on the way back from a land on the way back to laugh yet. You can stop in st martinsville visit the evangeline. Oh longfellow had a poem about the abrupt an acadian exponential <hes> yeah it was about a newlywed couple a couple and they were separated after the expulsion but a british so became very famous so the the tree they've decided that's eventually <unk> ashland occas there on the bayou st martinsville abide by the visit the acadian memorial to acadian memorial and the african-american museum nice. It's up to make on the way back. I have learned something about jefferson and that is that he was an actor and he played rip van winkle on stage. How times and that's why the jefferson mansion in rip van winkle gardens now we know excellent we're to next after saint martin bill head back to latvia. I say you should pop into pops poor boys downtown they can either get the classic boy or they they have some very interesting rated stakes them or way as well think classic. My head goes to shrimp. Oh boy. Is that the classic a._j. That's coll- okay so when we talk about poboy. This is the same kind of sandwich that would be a hoagie or subway sub but in in this area we're talking about a long long done some sort of meat <hes> and the i think the best known one for me is the is the shrimp poboy yeah. That's what i always. Every time i go to clubs. I look at a menu and ben. I order the first i you look at all your options and then you ignore them. Okay yeah but there's the gut like red beans philophical. Go boy the meatballs and stu and green eighteen months tomato. I mean they've got some very creative and almost everything that's going to be on. Your poboy is going to be fried. I'm gonna go with necessarily surly but that sort of traditional right fried pickles and okra even louisiana they looked to thrive yes so try the poor boys and and then you should go to rockall downtown is just down this cross the street goto rockin ball and listen to music and dissembling. They have our orlen and lafayette to is not different than bowling at the local bowling alley down the street from me or you because is you don't have abandoned the local no missing some reason where we're going okay yeah. We live music. You can dance you. Do i wanna go the answer. I don't want to go bowling. Hey you can book yeah and there's also i mean you get hungry and to some the drink bowling dancing music and after we bowl where we're going after we bought your dancing a bowling. You're going to bed okay so now. I'm on my third day. I'm going to one of your breakfast places again. I'm gonna have chicken and walkers or something. You're gonna have something yummy now. You should be brave enough on day three to go canoeing or kayaking at lake martin one you can go you can also book tours you could do an event which they pack and paddle that goodwill placed will rent you canoe and also that's where i went pack and paddle anna's sunset do all coming kayaking trip in in and around down ladder including kayak fishing. Yes exactly fishing big admiral competition around the yeah. I guess i should try that sometime. I'm just not a fisher. Fisher are you're. My father failed and try to make so you can rent canoes and class right there at lake martin's well so after that you're going to be hungry again. You know it's a theme running through the show okay so oh so they have this event. This is the again in the nice warm spring and the fall box lunch event so they have a music. The it's a free event will have a band and you watch a._c._h. Okay boc that is what i'm hearing use it and then but this also baucus botts box celente. They'll sell box lunches to raise money to benefit bill lafayette science museum as well a good place for lunch. I would recommend <unk> bakery but they'll some wonderful. Soup and sandwiches is downtown's delicious. Great desserts wonderful an extra. Mr bar was brom harris and moved to lafayette many years ago now he and his son went to bakery cafes yet excellent and as with every show will have links to all the places. We're talking about in both the show notes on the website as well as in the lyrics of the episode so if you're wondering with the pronunciation you should know various things where we're talking about. Just always go to the show notes and will have done that work for you so next up. I was go to hillard university art museum mm-hmm okay so we're going to take out some of the this oh the exhibits roy's we change. There's always going to be some local south louisiana where there and de eh five minute walk from <unk> girard park. It's a lovely little are the weather's nice taken wander through. That's also the location when it festival acadian. That's girard park and also the university of louisiana lafayette about ten minutes on the bark. You miserable to wander wander through the campus and go go have a look at the allegation. You can spot the elevators at cypress lake on campus just for kicks <hes> another event in in the on the friday date restoring friday downtown alive and the i mentioned it before so they have this <hes> music event family friendly from about oh six to eight thirty or nine arctic national. That's a good event to go to or do an early. Jenner goethe's saint st annes fantastic tastic likes to eat there <hes> arm to table the also do offer some. I think they had bitchy chairing a vegan options as well..

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"louisiana" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

13:51 min | 11 months ago

"louisiana" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"The bags bags on a roll and read. It's real good passport. The camera traveler episode six hundred and seventy one today the amateur traveler talks about poor boys and swamp pop op and swamps crawfish and cajun and mardi gras as we go to lafayette louisiana welcome the amateur traveler. I'm your host chris christensen. Let's talk about lafayette. I like to welcome to the show susan more from solo trips and tips dot com who has come to talk to us about lafayette louisiana susan welcome to the show hi chris thanks for having me your welcome and why are we talking about lafayette louisiana lafayette louisiana is an amazing place. I end whole region a kitty anna. It's a unique cultural experience so the food the music is something you're not gonna get anywhere else in the united yeah well. I think you could expand that. It's it's different from other places in the world as well. You see a katy. Anna and i know we've got a smart audience and so a lot of people probably know what cajun is but when we talk about the cajun's who are we talking about so we're talking about cajun's. It's short for acadians saw the acadians were the french speaking people living in what is now nova scotia and new brunswick and canada and in seventeen fifty fifty five that british expelled them from country. They don't they british or leave. They laugh and after many years was was seventeen fifty five when they were expelled the area they seventeen sixty four is when i a key indians made their way to louisiana landed around a kenyan at lafayette area so agents is just a short acadians excellent and when we say they moved to louisiana louisiana was outside the us at the time so they didn't move to yet another english colony to well. I think was already a french song at that point. Was it spanish or had they bought it said that may was french and spanish after two months. It did change back and forth so i think when they got there it was spanish but i could be entirely wrong and i'll look that up go on but what should we do and we get to new lafayette. You should experience the food and the music and also the outdoors because you've got the by. You've got the incredible fishing an interesting hiking kayaking kinkel kayaking alligators nelson's. Why would i want to do it. It is that i will give you that and we're going to start so we're talking about doing a one week itinerary in lafayette so let's talk about food ooh just starting off in the morning i'm going to be i'm going to talk about if you say planning on staying around the downtown area. Okay i'll give you three restaurants that are recommend command for breakfast and then people can choose rotate each one and then we'll let your i should say to the audience that i almost never do this. We almost never start with food because the conversation i have with guests is well. There are very very few places in this country are really in any country that i think people would go to for the food and and the usual exception i said as a less of course we're talking about new orleans or the cajun area then i think people might go just for the food so this you are falling under through the cajun exception. Okay cool so yeah. I mean for one thing and the soft. He got a southern biscuits and they have fried chicken chicken and crawling bacon. You've got some interesting breakfast choices and all around. The food is just fantastic in the ass pacific civic restaurants. You were gonna recommend them. Yeah go with black cafe and rested rooster. Those are more casual places and also french press press downtown french press being a coffee place. Also i'm guessing from the name yes coffee food all presenting paper in french for instance ah yes indeed and while you're downtown left yet so you get a little coffee and so two one you might as well go visit park. Sanssouci see the big lafayette letters great big letters. They leave out a letter. Why you stand in the middle you create the wi with your arms outstretched instagram among you've got to also see so the park without care if i am translating correctly and you're pronunciations breath unwind it's also see was the name of frederick barbarossa. 's palace outside of berlin is the only reason that i know that phrase. I've been to the palace song souci <hes> which was named as the place that he went when he didn't have a care in the world or at least when he wanted to not okay so i'll see you in lafayette puck sanssouci. That's where they often. Have the music events throw away. Your cares. Enjoy often have the music events. This is where in different festivals are held. You mean yes so downtown years ago. They started downtown. Revitalization project louisiana's known for oil on the oil oil industry was down things get tough economically so one of the things they did this <hes> thirty fifth year. They've been running. A program called downtown ally now. That's that's a park international which is just a short distance from the sea that everything goes to their to. There's a great big stage at park. International shnell are extensive see it has the stages well bandstand. They do events like balk lunch so on fridays in the in the nicer month like spring and fall this south. You know it's very hot in the summer can be quite rain into winter. I was gonna say you say the the nicer month so you're recommending that if we have a choice over when we could go august might not be the best time august he though it would be very steamy now very hot inhuman so i recommend safe from october through may is the best time to go and october november. December is good for christmasy stuff the two and then also like january they have a great film festival cinema on the bayou march have mardi gras and into april the festival festival international make overs yup black pot festival a music festival and a big cook off as well and i swear we'll get back to the agenda that he started. Everything you say reminds me of another question. Black pont being a big black pot of the seafood. Yes with its the various categories you don't have to cook in the south especially like the cast iron cast but no particular cuisine well cajun quiz agent got it okay so you mentioned that they do mardi gras there margaret a little different though as i understand in lafayette than it would be in new orleans. Yes also in lafayette in the city. It's going to be similar that they have the the balls and parades and that type of thing but very family friendly completely commandment that i was thinking different rates yeah absolutely and that in a smaller town so in the small towns it's a lot different the guts it costs jim brown horseback jason chickens whole if an experience and of course music and slim okay excellent and and then one note <hes> and that is the answer to that question we had previously <hes> the area became a french with the treaty that also then finally kicked out the acadians the treaty of paris that ended the seven years war in seventeen sixty three and so yes by the time they were coming there. It was french territory tori which is why they came because they french-speaking people and then you left us at breakfast before i took you on a world wind tour elsewhere in the itinerary there <hes> what are we going to do after breakfast after breakfast downtown you missile checkout just a few of the places that you might want some <hes> local stuff <unk> records the local music or music perish inc and materiel signature music. I think i think zydeco zydeco is well. Yes okay article simone learn more from each other both accordian-based and great beat so they've got a lot of the collector stuff and they have new stuff as well other types of music but a lot of people that go to lafayette or very interested in the jae-jean and zydeco music okay so so from there. Let's go to vermillion bill. Which is a living history museum okay. It's just a short drive like ten fifteen minutes from downtown so it's on the banks of the value for million got seven restored original houses. There's that you can tour around and also these docents costume artisans that provide demonstrations about the crafts that were back in the early settlers would have performed carving weaving and really really very informed so it's great to ask them questions. Don't just go looking around. Ask them questions getting conversation with them and and so a living history museum him early settlers cajun people as what we're representing here. I'm assuming the acadian all african american okay the native americans so this region was the at a campus region so that's what the parish was called before <hes> became louisiana so again that's there were twelve parishes in the territory or means and so after the louisiana purchase with eighteen oh three and the became the state state of louisiana eighteenth well so now it's lafayette parish dictate their sixty four parishes is we should talk about that. The in all the other states there counties the n. louisiana there are parishes and acadian is comprised of twenty two parishes in the southern region. Actually it's a good question. We didn't really put could it on a map yet. We said it was in louisiana. Where are we relative to new orleans. That people know we're further west. I believe asked right so louisiana is shaped like kabuki and you've got the gulf of mexico so from the gulf of mexico north around a hundred miles or show that whole area in south louisiana excluding looting the grading warlords area. That's a key deanna. Okay got an lafayette being the largest of the cities in that area. Yes and some real one hundred twenty five thousand people come to me. It felt feel of a much smaller place so friendly and nca- well and it sounded like you were recommending that we'd when we get here for one week itinerary. We're renting a car because you're gonna take us out to some places where we're not going to be taking the bus out there. Yes exactly although i didn't need a couple flew into lafayette and they just use rideshare uber all around you could do that but if you're gonna do several day trips most of the day trips i'm recommending there within a half an hour or so would still gonna add so. It's best to have a car it just there for a weekend and downtown you could get by without a car easy exit end where we going after vermillion bill. We're going to go back downtown to have some lunch and we're gonna go to johnson's buchanan. I hope i pronounced that correctly <unk> ancient so like smoke workshop so infringe shuttle. Can i would get a plate lunch. They are on jewish medina. They have they specialize in smoke. Meat and barbecue meat oriented. We did excellent you. Gotta try that and you have to try to the plate lunch louisiana in the cell at the i would have to see. I don't know how to pronounce bucaneers bucaneer out because that is not a word that i'm really familiar with. I think you have a accent in well not necessarily for louisiana french and are we ordering anything specifically a johnson's. Are we getting a plate lunch meeting to or supplants interesting. It's going to change up so i would try some boudin. If you've never tried now so let's like a it looks like a sausage biscuit so there's meat in it but with the rice and spices jason kenney always good seasoning here in that we will and some people are afraid of when you say seasoning that you mean hot not necessarily hot though especially with the immune heart but other people are afraid you can always spice it up right and you you ask them and if you want somebody really hot. There'll be an assortment of a saas got it so i'm not going to be at risk that if i if i order something it's going to be especially hot by by a normal palate but if i'm sensitive too hot i just want to mention and they'll they'll point me rice okay. If you're a saas fecal that's going to be hot right. Got it. Okay like pecan. Take got it that makes sense. Let me see what the specialists like. They have things like <hes> bridge cheese with risk it on a biscuit excellent okay and then what are we doing after lunch coach after that we're going to go to we're going to drive out.

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"louisiana" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

"So yes, some people possibly are now doing Louisiana because they feel guilty that here it is an especially I'm talking like as a miracle. Right. If you as Americans care about diversity, you care about us all being able to live in safe spaces, and it's not simply that you burn church. And I say that. Yes, Notre dominant church, but and I could be wrong. It's not a working church like it's a Taurus destination versus these are the wheezy, Anna churches that are safe havens for people to come in commune with God. Number one, number two. No, go ahead of me of this is for you. Okay. And then and then also to give an unfortunately the history of America. White supremacists has burning churches is a normal act act of their racism in their oppression. Are. Actually, not anyways. And so my issue is because it's a sanctuary and it wasn't getting coverage. I agree with you that I wasn't surprised. But part of me is like f that we have to change the air of we decide what we as this new generation what we decide to care about. And I think there's a shift happening, especially on social media. And I think just with everything that's been going on of late of of being more introspective. And having more layer and texture in depth to what it is that we care about. And what it is that we follow and proclaim and even post on our social media. Well, what I was going to jump in. With is what they're talking about in the live chat. So brianna says I just think it's interesting that the majority of America preaches America first yet, there's a lack of prioritizing American issues, and then chimera said America, first doesn't include black churches. No matter what the reason they're being destroyed. Unfortunately, it's the country live in. But what I was gonna say is in addition to that. It's not just black churches. We literally have mass shootings in this country all the time. But when there's a shooting mass shooting another country. Oh my God. Pray for I'm not gonna say. Pray for this braver this city all overseas, but what is over here? Oh, no. We need our goods say they or we talked about it for literally a couple of hours or they just act like it didn't happen notice the conspiracy out of government like the level that they go to in order to keep their guns when rarely we're not saying your guns away where to saying stricter law that's another conversation. But no, well say. So what now so they raise money so awareness about the black churches, and and and just racial terrorism in America because we always hear about certain things, we always hear about hate crimes, and we see Becky 'em 'cause we can have on on black people whether they walk into their apartment barbecue with swimming pool hanging out at their Parma complex gin shot by the police. So I guess my thing is not. Yes, What's next? But how do we as a society?.

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"louisiana" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"louisiana" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"That. So then we decided enough was enough way. Too long enough. We were gonna go. Find ourselves Advil iris, we'd only see in a couple areas before that would seem of course, the yellow and we saw some blue zigzag, but only one or two in bloom, so we like are we going to be lucky enough? And so we headed out to find it at one of the only public locations, you can see it. Apparently this Irish was discovered on one in one swampy area. That's mostly privately owned. Yes. And so you really can't see it in its natural habitat. But they planted at a place COPA meadow state park in hopes that not only could they bolster the population. Save it from like one stock cast event, wiping out all of them. But also give the public. To actually witness this plant. So it's a it's a three way hybrid of the copper iris iris Fulda, the Dixie iris iris hexagon a- and the zigzag iris iris, bro. Essentially, each one of those irises there in this sub tribe or some sort of lower grouping called the Louisiana irises hexagon. And it's this weird. Subset of irises that are larger in native to the Gulf Coast of Louisiana, but they all niche Sigara gate out into slightly different habitat types, some are more inland. Swamps some are open swamps, some are more ditch type, you know, not so wet so they should be reproductively isolated, but in the small little corner of south central Louisiana, apparently enough of them were located within close proximity to another that hybrid started to occur in at some point. There was some back crossing. I don't really know. I don't know mechanics of it. But we ended up with a stable species virus called iris now Sony. I and it looks more like the copper iris than anything else. But it does have traits that are intermediate between all of them. And from what I've been able to read not only does it isolated self habitat wise. So it prefers habitats that are intermediate of all its parent species. So it doesn't occur close to them naturally. It also has a pretty specific relationship with hummingbirds pollinators, although B's will pollinated as well. But once that he showed that when even with the copper iris in the a virus or next door to each other. Even though they both have red flowers once a hummingbird visits in April iris or Abdelilah was flour. It only wants to visit Advil irises after that, that's unfortunate because there's not as many of them. No. But I mean, obviously, they're doing that. If there's an floral. Yeah. Reward there. So in a big population, they become somewhat reproductively isolated sodas of functioning viable species. They produce viable seeds. And so we headed to this park to go hopefully, see them and the goal was to paddle to get out to some of the swamps in see some of it but driving down the road. There is right on the word on this yet right in the ditch other own tall. Beautiful bloom. Yeah. We could see more sort of in the back like way back into the Cyprus, but none of them were blooming. This one was and I read more about it in apparently what ended up happening as that site. Is that so much of that area's been degraded channelize that the hydrology has changed significantly since the original planting? And so now, you don't find him in the interior of the swamp is much. They've actually populated the ditches more because the digits stay wet longer. So it's like in a response to this altered hydrology, which ends up making them easier to see. But apparently it opens up for poaching. So poaching his actually in issue for this plant. Fortunately, seemed like there was a few in the area that had that. And we got more weird looks than like the people were very confused as to what these two weirdos. We're doing on the side of the road taking pictures of plants. We have been a lot. But known was like, oh, hey, look at that iris. No one knew what we were doing while. We did see it right next to a looming Hemmer palace. Also. Yes. The spider lilies. Absolutely gorgeous plants, and.

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"louisiana" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"louisiana" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Louisiana yada cut up choice she doesn't want to jonathan jones i've been people working nope phone sentence without a doubt of and you ready the night for what dance band days too who was even as you already working finished route five dog dave saturday got the club.

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"louisiana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"louisiana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Louisiana taxes i was read dinner stuck in love sure is nice big swinging land your car david version of boll weevil blues.

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"louisiana" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"louisiana" Discussed on KGO 810

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