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NPR News Now

04:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"paul braun" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news. I'm barbara klein. Democratic senator joe manchin says he rejects maneuvers to pass president biden's massive infrastructure plan without republican support as. Npr's giles snyder reports mansion is a key swing vote. The white house says president biden will bring up the two point three trillion dollar infrastructure. Bill when he addresses congress wednesday night but west virginia democratic. Senator joe manchin says he does not support sidelining. Republicans using the budget reconciliation process as senate democrats did to pass biden's coronavirus relief. Bill a mansion told cnn state of the union that the infrastructure proposal needs to be more targeted. When you start putting so much into one bill which we call omnibus. Bill makes it very very difficult for the public to understand. Democrats need mansions fold if they wanna pass a plan with a simple majority but mansion papers working with republicans who put forward a much less expensive five hundred sixty eight billion dollar plan trial snyder. Npr news canada's hospital system is coping with a surge in cova cases. Dan carpenter reports from toronto. Canada's chief public health officer theresa. Tom says there was a twenty percent increase in hospitalizations and admissions to intensive care units over one week over the same period. She says it was a modest decline in infections. Town says corona virus activity still high driven by the more contagious variants of concerned. But there is room for cautious optimism because tougher restrictions are having an impact however ontario's premier doug ford is calling for even tighter border restrictions after health officials in that province reported. Thirty six confirmed cases of the be one six one seven variant that was first detected in india for it. Says he's extremely concerned about this. Variant india recorded more than a million cases of covid nineteen over the past three days for npr news. I'm dan chuck in toronto people who rely on well water at risk of finding their sources running dry. That's the conclusion of research that finds groundwater levels are declining around the world. npr's nathan rowe reports billions of people rely on wells for drinking water around the world including more than forty million people here in america but as groundwater levels shrink in some parts of the country and world because of overuse and changing weather patterns new research from the university of california. Santa barbara finds that as many as one in five of those wells are at risk of running dry. Deborah perron is one of the studies co-authors when a well runs dry people lose access to a water supply to their homes and people lose access to reliable source of water to produce crops. Both of which have occurred in perot's home state of california water. Experts are concerned about more groundwater depletion as much of the western. Us comes out a winner in severe or extreme drought nathan rod. Npr news this is npr north carolina. County sheriff is pushing for the release of body camera footage from the police killing of a forty two year old black man last week. Sheriff tommy wooten says he wants it released tomorrow. it doesn't compromise. The investigation and intraparty challenge in louisiana is now settled state. Senator troy carter has defeated his left. Leaning colleague karen carter peterson in a special election filling vacancy in the house of representatives. Paul bron of member station w. r. k. f. reports with very little separating. The two candidates ideologically the race. Boil down to a question of style in the state senate. Peterson earned her reputation. As brash. combative lawmaker. Who wasn't afraid to ruffle feathers. In her pursuit of progressive policies trade carter was known as a dealmaker willing to reach across party lines to get things done that resonated with voters in the second district who propelled carter to a ten point. Victory in the low turnout. Election carter ran with the endorsement of his predecessor. Cedric richmond who left the seat for a job in the biden administration earlier. This year for npr. News i'm paul braun in baton rouge producers of tonight's ninety third academy awards ceremony. Say the telecast will be much shorter than usual there will be no host. No musical interludes and with most of the ceremony being held at l. as union station the winners walked to the podium. We'll take less time than previous years at the dolby theatre. I'm barbara klein npr news..

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"paul braun" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"paul braun" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And I think everyone should get one. Several states of either put Johnson and Johnson's vaccine back alongside visors him attorneys or have recommended that vaccine providers resume offering it include Indiana, where the J and J's shots were administered this weekend at a clinic at the Indianapolis Motor. Speedway in the West. The governor of Washington state has given the green light to the J and J vaccine following an independent review by experts on a Western state scientific panel. Royal Snyder NPR news The White House is expected to soon provide more details about President Biden's American families Plan. MPR's Asia, Roscoe reports The proposal will likely focus on child care paid family leave. And education. The plan will be the centerpiece of President Biden's speech to Congress on Wednesday, is the second part of Biden's massive bid to give a long term boost to the economy by investing in infrastructure and providing support to American workers. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says Biden will be traveling in the days after this speech to promote his plan. Sake said the goal is to provide relief to American families, Republicans and even some Democrats have already raised concerns about the size and cost of the $2 trillion infrastructure proposal already released by the White House. Biden has said he would pay for that plan by raising the corporate tax rate. Aisha Roscoe NPR News in Louisiana Democratic State senator from New Orleans is headed to Washington. Troy Carter, one House seat left vacant by Biden advisor. He easily defeated his colleague Karen Carter Peterson in a special election. Paul Braun of member station W. O. R K F in Baton Rouge has more With very little separating the two candidates. Ideologically, the race boiled down to a question of style in the state Senate. Peterson earned her reputation is a brash, combative lawmaker who wasn't afraid to ruffle feathers in her pursuit of progressive policies. Great. Carter was known as a deal maker willing to reach across party lines to get things done. That resonated with voters in the second District who propelled Carter to a 10 point victory in the low turnout election. Carter ran with the endorsement of his predecessors, Cedric Richmond, who left the seat for a job in the Biden administration earlier this year. For NPR News. I'm Paul Braun in Baton Rouge. And you're listening to NPR news and this is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm David first. The NYPD is hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the attack on a 61 year old Asian American man who was attacked in Harlem late Friday as a possible hate crime. It's the latest in a string of assaults against people of Asian descent across the city. The attack happened on Friday night at 125th Street and Third Avenue. Police say the victim was hit from behind and surveillance video shows him on the ground as the suspect repeatedly kicks the man. After the attack, the suspect walks away. The victim is hospitalized in critical condition. The city says the latest attendance data at public schools has returned to pre pandemic levels just has more students plan to go back to the classrooms tomorrow. W. In my CI's Sophia Chang has more The ongoing experiment to offer in person learning for New York City's public school. Kids during the pandemic will get a boost when 51,000 students start coming back on Monday. That's in addition to the 327,000 kids who are right now enrolled in some kind of in person learning. Still, the majority of the school system has decided to stay in remote learning for the last two months of the school year. And the city says attendance has improved, with last week's attendance rate reaching the same level. It was that before the pandemic. Rapper DMX was more intent, a memorial service with family and friends at the Barclays Center. Several speeches were given yesterday by his closest friends. And DMX is Children captured on stage to talk. His young daughter took a moment to wrap in honor of her father. The event was closed to the public. Due to the pandemic. 49 degrees now. Rain before noon, a few scattered showers of lingering this afternoon. But we will be seeing some clearing skies with a high of 63 support for NPR comes from the Walton Family Foundation, working to solve social and environmental problems to improve lives today and benefit future generations. More information at Walton Family Foundation daughter work In the last decade. So many of our listeners.

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WABE 90.1 FM

03:03 min | 2 weeks ago

"paul braun" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"That's health regulators say the benefits of the shot outweigh the risks. NPR's Giles Snyder reports. Several states have already begun offering it, including New York Manhattan resident Judith Granger says she received her shot this weekend. She says she would have gotten any of the vaccines on offer to protect herself taking all sorts of precautions, But I really need to Get one, and I think everyone should get one. Several states of either put Johnson and Johnson's vaccine back alongside visors him attorneys or have recommended that vaccine providers resume offering it include Indiana, where the J and J shots were administered this weekend at a clinic at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the West, the governor of Washington state has given the green light to the J and J vaccine following an independent review by experts on a Western state scientific panel. Royal Snyder NPR news The White House is expected to soon provide more details about President Biden's American families plan. MPR's official Roscoe reports, the proposal will likely focus on child care paid family leave. And education. The plan will be the centerpiece of President Biden's speech to Congress on Wednesday. It's the second part of Biden's massive bid to give a long term boost to the economy by investing in infrastructure and providing support to American workers. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says Biden will be traveling in the days after the speech to promote his plan. Sake said the goal is to provide relief to American families, Republicans and even some Democrats have already raised concerns about the size and cost of the $2 trillion infrastructure proposal already released by the White House. Biden has said he would pay for that plan by raising the corporate tax rate. I SHALL Roscoe NPR news in Louisiana Democratic State senator from New Orleans is headed to Washington. Troy Carter, one House seat left vacant by Biden advisor. He easily defeated his colleague Karen Carter, Peterson and especially election. Paul Braun of member station W. O. R K F in Baton Rouge has more With very little separating the two candidates. Ideologically, the race boiled down to a question of style in the state Senate. Peterson earned her reputation is a brash, combative lawmaker who wasn't afraid to ruffle feathers in her pursuit of progressive policies. Great. Carter was known as a deal maker willing to reach across party lines to get things done. That resonated with voters in the second District who propelled Carter to a 10 point victory in the low turnout election. Carter ran with the endorsement of his predecessors, Cedric Richmond, who left the seat for a job in the Biden administration earlier this year for NPR News. I'm Paul Braun in Baton Rouge. And you're listening to NPR news. Winners of the 93rd Academy Awards will be announced tonight in Los Angeles. MPR's Mandali del Barco reports in a year that saw movie theaters shut in the pandemic. All eight best picture nominees were streamed online actress Frances McDormand.

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KQED Radio

04:31 min | 4 months ago

"paul braun" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news. I'm Nora Rahm. The Senate will not consider a standalone bill passed by the House to increase pandemic relief checks from $600 to 2000. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he might allow consideration if a bill also addresses other objections to the pandemic relief package raised by President Trump. Stocks opened higher this morning as $600 pandemic relief payments began going out. NPR's start, Horsley reports, The Dow Jones industrial average rose more than 150 points in early trading. Stocks were mostly higher overnight in Europe and Asia. London's footsie index rose as authorities in the U. K granted the first emergency green light. Rickover 19 vaccine jointly developed by Oxford University and the pharmaceutical company, AstraZeneca. Stocks in the U. S. Slumped on Tuesday after a push to boost pandemic relief. Famous 2 $2000 hit a roadblock in the Senate GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell has tried to saddle the larger payments with other provisions that have less support among Senate Democrats. Boeing shares gained altitude early yesterday but end of the day flat. The jet maker's 7 37 Max plane flew commercial passengers for the first time Tuesday after being grounded for more than a year and a half. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington 41 year old congressman elect to Luke let low of Louisiana has died of covert 19 just days before he was scheduled to be sworn in in Washington. From member station W. O R K F Paul Braun has more but low or Republican first announced you tested positive for covert 19 on December 18th less than two weeks after winning his congressional seat in a runoff election. One day after announcing this diagnosis let Lowe was admitted to a regional hospital in Monroe, Louisiana. He was later transferred to caution her Ellis you health in Shreveport for more advanced care. He died there Tuesday. 41 year old is survived by his wife and two young Children. But low began his career in politics working for former Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal. He won the December 5th runoff in Louisiana and was set to take office in January. For NPR News. I'm Paul Braun in Baton Rouge after a marathon session. Argentina approved a law early this morning to legalize elective abortion, becoming the first major Latin American country to do so. NPR's Philip Reeves has more until now, abortions only being committed in cases of rape or where the mothers the mother's life was seriously at risk. This new law makes abortion is legal in the 1st 14 weeks. Supporters of it say that tens of thousands of Argentine women and girls are hospitalized each year because of unsafe underground abortions that more than 3000 women have died in the last few decades. Because this They hope that this'll do a lot to help end that. NPR's Philip Reeves stock prices continue to climb the Dow is now up 160 points the S and P is up 16. This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Kate Wolf. San Francisco's top health officer, says the city is seeing a Cupid 19 surge that could be tied back to Thanksgiving. He is urging people to ring in the New year at home. Public Health director Dr Grant Colfax says it will give few weeks before the city sees the full health effects of people gathering for the holidays. I can't emphasize enough how catastrophic it will be. If people celebrate in ways that we normally do for New Year's Eve, I see you. Bed capacity in the Bay Area is around 10% and coronavirus cases and related hospitalizations are higher than they have ever been during the pandemic. The Alameda County Superior Court is again trying to change the way misdemeanor jury service works. The East Bay Times reports the court is proposing allowing potential jurors to be called tow any courthouse regardless of where they live. Critics say the change will place undue burdens on low income jurors who may have a tough time finding child care and transportation Supporters say it will increase diversity. Felony trials have worked this way for years, and during the pandemic, the misdemeanor trial change was implemented. The proposal would make that permanent. The court system has tried and failed to make the change twice in the last two years. In sports pro hoops The Warriors beat the Pistons once 16 to 1 of six. College football. San Jose State is hosting a virtual Pepe rally today for their undefeated football team. 19th ranked Mountain West champions..

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KCRW

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"paul braun" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news. I'm Corvette Coleman Chief Justice John Roberts will administer the judicial oath to Amy Cockney Barrett today as an associate justice to the U. S Supreme Court. It's one of two oaths required. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports. Barrett took her first constitutional oath last night at the White House. Before a socially distanced and largely masked crowd. Barrett thank the Senate for confirming her to the court. It quickly followed a Senate confirmation vote largely along partisan lines on Ly Republicans voted for Barrett in one GOP member, Susan Collins of Maine. Joined Democrats to vote against the confirmation. NPR's Claudia Gonzalez about 65 million Americans have now voted early, according to Professor Michael MacDonald of the US election project. He estimates the early vote so far is equal to about 47% of all the votes counted in the 2016 election. Starting today, Facebook is suspending all new political ads until after Election Day, NPR's Amy held reports on the social media companies latest efforts to limit election chaos. For now, Facebook is no longer accepting any new political or issue advertising, saying the final week before Election Day may not leave enough time to contest new claims. Whether that move will have much impact, though, is uncertain. Already published ads can keep running that ends after polls close when Facebook says it will block all political and social issue ads for a week or perhaps more. Google is also blocking political ads after Election Day. Twitter announced last year a ban on political advertising, Facebook has taken a serious of steps to crack down on voter intimidation and misinformation, including redirecting users, too accurate information about results. Facebook is a financial supporter of NPR. Amy Health NPR NEWS Tropical storms data is over Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula it made landfall is a hurricane and is expected to regain strength as it heads north toward the U. S. Remember station W O RK F Paul Braun reports It's expected to become the seventh storm to strike Louisiana. Tropical Storm Zeta is expected to strengthen into a Category one hurricane before making landfall in the states. Sometime Wednesday, Governor John Bell Edwards urge storm weary Louisianans to make preparations once more The good thing and the bad thing at same time as we've had a lot of practice this year. Hurricane Laura and Hurricane Delta struck southwest Louisiana just 43 days apart with devastating effect, But Zeta is heading farther east. And so I'll tell you I'm relieved that as of right now at least, the storm is not Tracking towards southwest Louisiana. We don't think that that's likely it all more than 1000, members of the Louisiana National Guard have been activated to place temporary flood barriers and conduct search and rescue operations. For NPR News. I'm Paul Braun. Inbound Rouge. You're listening to NPR news. A fast moving wildfire south of Los Angeles has burned more than 10 Square miles, but has forced more than 90,000 people to evacuate. California officials say the Silverado fire has critically injured two firefighters. A new study finds women with postpartum depression may struggle with symptoms for up to three years after childbirth as NPR's re to Chatterjee reports, The findings suggest doctors should screen mothers for depression multiple times after they've given birth. Researchers screened about 5000 mothers in New York state for depression at four months, one year two and three years after childbirth. About a quarter off.

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KQED Radio

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"paul braun" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What we want to do. The red crosses, prepositioning food, water and other emergency supplies in New Orleans area hotels for NPR News. I'm Paul Braun inbound room. While climate change has the presidential campaigns attention Corona virus pandemic remains front and center. This election. Here's NPR's Mara lies and how you feel about the pandemic is now the front line of the Culture war. Do you think it was once a hoax, then it was really now it's over, which is kind of Trump's view. Or do you think that you should be socially distancing and following the administration's own guidelines? About large gatherings. NPR's Mara Liasson reporting. All the U. S is confirming more than 6.5 million people have been infected or are infected with Corona virus in the U. S more than 194,000. People in this country have died. NPR's Alison Aubrey reports, even though the virus is still circulating widely, new cases are down significantly. Over the last week or so. There have been about 35,000 new cases documented per day, which is a significant decrease compared to the 60,000 cases per day. Back in July. Deaths and hospitalizations were declining to so there are signs of improvement. But the pandemic is not behind us As we head into fall, many infectious disease experts say there's a good chance we'll see an increase in cases as people spend more time congregated inside. So experts say it's important to remain vigilant with social distancing. Unmasking. Alison Aubrey NPR NEWS This is NPR live from the news on Brian Watt Weather Forecasters say the Bay Area could start to see some gradual improvement in air quality. Today. The National Weather Service is smoke and haze should persist here. And it's expected to be another unhealthy air day. But increasing winds could start to push some of the smoke out and throughout the rest of the week. Over 100 physicians and researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have written an open letter to the university community denouncing former colleague and current White House adviser Dr Scott Atlas videos. Julie Chang has more The author's called Out atlases, quote, falsehoods and misrepresentations of science around the Corona virus, citing a moral and ethical responsibility under the Hippocratic Oath Atlas, a radiologist and former Stanford professor joint, the White House Corona Virus Task force. Last month he's been criticized after multiple news outlets reported that he advocated for a herd immunity strategy to speed up re opening. Dr. Ruby Thing is a division chief for infectious diseases at Stanford and says such a strategy could lead to more deaths and overwhelm hospitals. Singh signed the letter and said, it's important for people to hear from infectious disease and immunology experts. We were trying very hard not to make this about anyone statement in any one person, but about the science that really has to drive us forward. We have evidence that masks work. We have evidence that social distancing works our hope our plea Our colleagues and the community is to let science taken course. A Stanford Medicine spokesperson said they have no formal comment on the issue and that they support the freedom of the faculty to voice their positions. Atlas did not respond to a request for comment. I'm Julie Chang News There is more at dot org's on Brian. What Support comes from Bridge Bank, a division of Western Alliance bank, offering.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

04:02 min | 9 months ago

"paul braun" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Than 600,000 homes and businesses are without electricity and at least 80 water systems were compromised by the storm affecting an estimated 220,000 people. That's causing us to have a rolling Siri's. Of evacuation, So we're having to do from nursing homes and from hospitals, so restoring power getting water back up is incredibly important. City officials in Lake Charles, Louisiana, say water treatment sites took a beating from the storm, and it may be weeks before the water will start flowing again. President Donald Trump is expected to visit like Charles on Saturday to observe the damage with state and local officials. For NPR News. I'm Paul Braun. Inbound Rouge, The Food and Drug Administration has altered its rules regarding the experimental covert 19 drug rendez severe. NPR's Sidney Lumpkin reports it can now be dispensed all hospitalized Corona virus patients from death Severe is the experimental covert 19 drug made by Gilead Sciences. It's not yet fully approved by the FDA. But in May, the agency authorized for emergency use and hospitalized patients with severe disease thes air patients who need supplemental oxygen. Now, the agency says room death severe can be given to all hospitalized covert 19 patients, and it's formally expanded its emergency use authorization. Thie F D a says it made this decision based on the totality of scientific evidence. A study published earlier this week indeed showed that room disappear did make a difference for patients with moderate Cove. It 19 after a five day course of the drug. But there's a catch. The authors concluded that this difference was quote of uncertain clinical importance. Sidney Lumpkin NPR news This is NPR. And this is WNBC in New York. I'm David. First Madison Square Garden will open its doors for the first time this fall as a pole site for people voting in the presidential election is Bridget Bergen reports. The news comes after recent protests by players in the MBA. To protest the police shooting of Jacob Lake and unarmed black men. In Wisconsin. Basketball teams across the MBA decided to take action. The Milwaukee Bucks and Orlando Magic refused to play Game five of their playoffs on Wednesday, and other teams and leagues followed suit. As part of an agreement between the N B A. And the Players Association to resume play nb arenas across the country agreed to be pull sites in New York City. That means the Garden home to the New York Knicks. It will be used for early voting from October 24 through November 1st and is a regular pool site on Election Day. November 3rd. Park on Manhattan's East Side has found itself so overridden with weeds that it's calling on a squad of four legged lawnmowers staff at Stuyvesant Cove Park weren't able to do much care taking during the first few months of the pandemic. As a result, the green space has become overrun by fast growing plants called bind weed. So park manager Candice Thompson hired a group of goats to clear out the brush. There is just no possible way that I can pull it all by myself, and I don't even have the ability to compost that much plant matter. And so that's where goats will come in and just make a quick job of this for me. Thompson says the 20 goats will take just about four days to clear the park of weeds. 75 degrees. Now we do have showers and thunderstorms in the forecast today. Getting up to Ojai around 80 this afternoon tonight alot of 67 degrees, this is doubled. Support for NPR comes from the Candida fund supporting individual dignity and sustainable communities through investments in transformative leaders and ideas. Learn more at K nd D a fun dot or GE. Both Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Trump say this could be the most consequential election in our lifetimes. Last week, we asked young Democratic delegates for their take on their convention and nominee this week. It's the young Republicans turn that plus the latest on Hurricane Laura on the next. All things considered from NPR News.

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KCRW

03:26 min | 9 months ago

"paul braun" Discussed on KCRW

"Are you willing to say with some confidence that most voters who rely on Facebook will be mostly well informed? If they do so, Are you willing to say that I think one of the things we've learned is that protecting an election is a hole of society challenge. And what I can tell you is that we have teams that have been focused on finding and exposing these types of campaigns for years, and I think that the tactics we saw in 2016 will be much less effective today. Do you think that most voters if they rely on Facebook will be mostly well informed. I think people are going to read on our platform based on what they're looking for, and the people that they're talking to What I can tell you is every single person in the United States is goingto have at the very top of their feet. And on post that they read about voting accurate information about how to vote. How the process works and what the experts in state government and elections officials are saying about how the process is function. I think I hear you saying that you believe everybody is going to have an option to find accurate information, but it's going to be up to them to find it. Well, we're going to put that accurate information in front of people as many ways as we can. Nathaniel Glacier is Facebook's head of cyber security policy. President Trump promised extra money to unemployed people last weekend. He said he would partially extend extra unemployment benefits. But Congress has not approved extra funding, and some states say they can't pay either. Here's Paul Braun of member station W. O RK F in Baton Rouge. The memorandum President Trump issued on Saturday promised a weekly payment of $400. But to qualify states have to pay $100 of that. Very few have enough money on hand to meet that requirement. Take, for example, Louisiana where Governor John Bell Edwards says the state's unemployment trust fund is running low and care. Zach Money is already spoken for the state benefits unemployed workers are already receiving can count toward that $100. But Edward says that would mean nearly half of the state's unemployed workers aren't getting enough to meet the requirement. One of the challenges that we have is that I believe That they're about to over 200,000 workers who are getting a benefit but less than $100 a week. Many of those are gig workers or self employed, Okay, and that is kind of alien. I am a musician and the entitlement that was awarded to me $16 a week. Williams has been a professional electric bass player in New Orleans for 30 years. He qualified for the $600 pandemic employment benefits that expired July 31st But his low state unemployment benefit means it's unlikely that he will receive any additional assistance unless Congress passes another relief bill. John Mueller is executive director of the Louisiana Budget Project, an organization that advocates for low and moderate income families, he says Williams is not alone. The people who were working in restaurants making existing on tips, maybe working and the gig economy. Who really have had no way to make a living since the tourist industry that drove so much of South Louisiana's economy collapsed are not going to get anything from this, Williams says. He has someone who's contributed to Louisiana's culture and economy for decades. Just.

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KCRW

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"paul braun" Discussed on KCRW

"But Congress has not approved extra funding, and some states say they can't pay either. Here's Paul Braun of member station W. O RK F in Baton Rouge. The memorandum President Trump issued on Saturday promised a weekly payment of $400. But to qualify states have to pay $100 of that. Very few have enough money on hand to meet that requirement. Take, for example, Louisiana where government John Bell, Edwards says the state's unemployment trust fund is running low and cares act money is already spoken for the state benefits unemployed workers are already receiving can count toward that $100. But Edward says that would mean nearly half of the state's unemployed workers aren't getting enough to meet the requirement. One of the challenges that we have is that I believe That they're about to over 200,000 workers who are getting a benefit but less than $100 a week. Many of those are gig workers or self employed, okay, and that kind of volume. I am a musician and the entitlement that was awarded to me $16 a week. Williams has been a professional electric bass player in New Orleans for 30 years. He qualified for the $600 pandemic employment benefits that expired July 31st. But his low state unemployment benefit means it's unlikely that he will receive any additional assistance unless Congress passes another relief. Bill. John Mueller is executive director of the Louisiana Budget Project, an organization that advocates for low and moderate income families. He says Williams is not alone. The people who were working in restaurants making existing on tips, maybe working and the gig economy who really have had no way to make a living since the tourist industry that drove so much of South Louisiana's economy collapsed. Are not going to get anything from this. Williams says He has someone who's contributed to Louisiana's culture and economy for decades, just once a fair shake for.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

03:39 min | 9 months ago

"paul braun" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As opposed to coordinating for the ends that they're seeking. I'm thinking about the fact that a very large part of the 2020 election is going to play out on your platforms That seems like a basic reality. And I'd like to know your level of confidence. Are you willing to say with some confidence that most voters who rely on Facebook will be mostly well informed? If they do so, Are you willing to say that I think one of the things we've learned is that protecting an election is a hole of society challenge. And what I can tell you is that we have teams that have been focused on finding and exposing these types of campaigns for years, and I think that the tactics we saw in 2016 I'll be much less effective today. Do you think that most voters if they rely on Facebook will be mostly well informed. I think people are going to read on our platform based on what they're looking for, and the people that they're talking to What I can tell you is every single person in the United States is goingto have at the very top of their feet. On on post that they read about voting accurate information about how to vote. How the process works and what the experts in state government and elections officials are saying about how the process is function. I think I hear you saying that you believe everybody is going to have an option to find accurate information, but it's going to be up to them to find it. Well, we're going to put that accurate information in front of people as many ways as we can. Nathaniel Glacier is Facebook's head of cyber security policy. President Trump promised extra money to unemployed people last weekend. He said he would partially extend extra unemployment benefits. But Congress has not approved extra funding, and some states say they can't pay either. Here's Paul Braun of member station W. O RK F in Baton Rouge. The memorandum President Trump issued on Saturday promised a weekly payment of $400. But to qualify states have to pay $100 of that. Very few have enough money on hand to meet that requirement. Take, for example, Louisiana where government John Bell, Edwards says the state's unemployment trust fund is running low and cares act money is already spoken for the state benefits unemployed workers are already receiving can count toward that $100. But Edwards says that would mean nearly half of the state's unemployed workers aren't getting enough to meet the requirement. One of the challenges that we have is that I believe That they're about to over 200,000 workers who are getting a benefit but less than $100 a week. Many of those are gig workers or self employed, Okay, and that is kind of William. I am a magician and the gentleman that was awarded to $16 a week. Williams has been a professional electric bass player in New Orleans for 30 years. He qualified for the $600 pandemic employment benefits that expired July 31st But his low state unemployment benefit means it's unlikely that he will receive any additional assistance unless Congress passes another relief bill. John Mueller is executive director of the Louisiana Budget Project, an organization that advocates for low and moderate income families, he says Williams is not alone. The people who were working in restaurants Making existing on tips, maybe working and the gig economy who really have had no way to make a living since the tourist industry that drove so much of South Louisiana's economy collapsed. Are not going to get anything from this. Williams says He has someone who's contributed to Louisiana's culture and economy for decades..

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"paul braun" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"paul braun" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jeanine herbst New York State's death toll from the corona virus is approaching one thousand as. Npr's Joel Rose. Reports figures released today. Show that the state accounts for more than forty percent of all Cova nineteen deaths in the US. The number of deaths in New York state jumped by more than two hundred nine hundred sixty five. That's the biggest single-day increase so far. The number of total confirmed cases continues to climb as well but governor. Andrew Cuomo says the numbers aren't growing as fast as they were last week when the number of cases was doubling every two days now Cuomo says they're doubling every six days so you're still going up towards the apex but the rate of the doubling is slowing which is good news still cuomo extended the state's restrictions on non essential work and travel in New York through the middle of April and offered no timetable for when they might be lifted. Joel rose NPR news. Louisiana officials say the first federal inmate death from Cova nineteen happened in a rural prison. The Federal Bureau of Prisons Says Forty nine year old. Patrick Jones died Saturday after falling. Ill with the virus. Paul Bron from member station W. Arkaev reports Jones had an underlying health condition. Ten Days Ago Jones complain to prison staff that he had a persistent cough. He was evaluated by the facilities medical personnel and sent to a nearby where he later tested positive for Kovic Nineteen Bureau. Spokesperson said in a press. Release that Jones had long term pre existing conditions that contributed to his quick decline. He's about halfway through a twenty seven year sentence for drug charges when he died at least four other inmates at Oakdale Louisiana's Federal Correctional Complex have tested positive. The bureau prison says it is temporarily suspended social visitation nationwide and is quarantining new inmates for a period of fourteen days for NPR news. I'm Paul Braun and Baton Rouge Italian officials say the country's lockdown measures are starting to produce results the latest date on the death toll. A number of new virus cases suggest they're not increasing as rapidly. Npr SYLVIA POHJOLA reports the Civil Protection Agency said that the number of deaths has climbed by seven hundred fifty six to ten thousand seven hundred. Seventy nine and the total number of cases has reached more than ninety seven thousand. Dr Luca Raquel pointed out that the numbers of deaths and patients admitted to. Icu's have dropped the last two days by ten to fifteen percent. A sign he said. The lockdown is starting to work but after nineteen days of restrictive measures and fearing social unrest. The government approved a four point. Eight Billion Emergency Fund for vouchers for millions of Italians. Who can no longer buy. Food and pope. Francis has backed the United Nations call for a global ceasefire so the world could focus on fighting the corona virus outbreak. Silvia Poll Jolie. Npr News Rome this is NPR news. Elton John is hosting a living room concert tonight to raise money for victims and first responders. The fundraiser will be televised and streamed the musicians..

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"paul braun" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"paul braun" Discussed on Here & Now

"Point Zero rear its head again. That is Sean Mc fate who is a former army officer and former private military contractor author of the new rules of war. Sean thanks for joining us. Thank you very much Louisiana. Voters go to the polls this weekend to finally elect a governor. This is a runoff between the incumbent. Democrat John Bel Edwards and Republican businessman Eddy responding the racist tight and president trump is watching closely. He was actually in the state on Thursday urging Louisiana voters to elect the Republican candidate trump also so linked to the ongoing impeachment inquiry to the state's election for more. We're joined by Paul Braun State Politics reporter for member station W. R. K. F. F. in Baton Rouge Paul. Thanks for joining us for having me so John Bel Edwards. He's been governor since two thousand sixteen and he's trying to hang onto his seat seat here. He is speaking in the gubernatorial debate. And I get along well with presidents of both parties. I've done that with President Obama and with President Trump nine times. I've met with the president to discuss things like infrastructure opioid epidemic and criminal justice reform. He's considered a prime gop target and he's also pretty moderate right. That's right he has to be in a state like Louisiana not just an election years but in office as well well so to get anything done he's got to do it with. Bipartisan support. A quick couple of examples. He passed a major criminal justice reform in his first term Any raise taxes axes with the budget shortfall which he gets hit pretty hard for on the campaign trail but he's quick to remind voters that two thirds of the Republican controlled legislature voted for that. He's stanchly progun on and back in. May He signed into law one of the strictest abortion restrictions in the country that would prohibit abortions as early as six weeks. There's a lot of money. Any pouring in from Republicans as well though The Republican National Committee has spent about two million dollars and deployed sixty. Paid staffers to try to unseat at words. Tell us more about the guy. They're pulling a four and putting all of their money behind his name's Eddie responding. He's never held political office. But it's also important to note there. Responding has loaned his campaign twelve million dollars of his own money and has been really sort what of bootstrapping his campaign with his own finances. Since the beginning yeah and responding has been making this race All about trump here are his first words from the debate eight. I think the thing that I see is almost supporter of trump and what trump has done for. Our country has been phenomenal. You know we have a Democratic Party. That's going after impeachment. which is a sidetracking everything we're trying to do? On a national level we know trump was therefore a second time yesterday for a rally what has been his impact on on this race. So far I think it'd be fair to say that from his perspective. Trump is the race His first introduction to voters was in a campaign ad out on the tailgate of his truck pointing into a trump bumper sticker. He has been kind of quiet on specific policies that he didn't act as governor so he's pretty much entirely linked his campaign to president trump and his popularity in the state. You know it's a lot of people say it's not fair really to say that. The governor's races are bellwethers of the president's support because they really are are so specific to each state Edwards has been a democratic governor and a very red state as you said but is this different though because the president. Let's put so much energy into this campaign. Do you think it's hard to say at Louisiana has been trending Republican for for a while now. Governor Edwards is the only only Democratic governor in the deep South but his two thousand fifteen election was based very largely on politics and the characters who were running and now with a lot of experience under his belt. Edwards is campaigning for a second term. And I think this would be a pretty good indicator of you know how far are partisan politics have seeped into Louisiana local politics if efforts were lose his bid for reelection. Yeah here's trump on one of his visits to the state last week and Monroe and soon the people of Louisiana will head to the polls. You know I'm really here for a little different reason. It's called surly voting. You believe it that much. I like Eddie. Tell us a little bit about early voting What what have we seen so far from turn out there? Early voting has has been a big focus for the Edwards campaign in particular since they had relatively poor showing in the primary in early voting. This go around thirty one percent of early voters in early voting runoff where African American. That's an increase from twenty five percent total from the first round of voting in October. That is a huge demographic for Edwards. And if he can do well there. His chances of winning reelection are quite good but Turnout is key going back to the start of our conversation. Given Edwards record as a moderate and the fact that Louisiana state legislature is dominated by Republicans. I'm just wondering if a change in leadership would make a real difference in the lives of Louisiana residents or is this race just important because it's become a national ideological battleground. It's an interesting question I mean I think people will are quick to look to states where Republican supermajority existed in the legislature. And the governor's office Even if Edwards wins the Republicans may gain crossed the threshold into having a super majority in the legislature. Which would be I for Louisiana and that could really take the teeth out of the governor's role which has traditionally been a pretty strong role in Louisiana politics? That's Paul Bron W. R. K. F. State Politics Reporter. Thank you again thanks so much..

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"paul braun" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"paul braun" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Either way got a great show ahead for you. We are talking about that continuing border crisis and more and more every single day. We're hearing there is just too much for our border patrol handle. We're gonna talk to Dr Paul Braun who is also a former congressman out of Georgia about all these things coming up and also he's a stand with Tucker coalition trying to sort of guard, our free speech, Dr Michael Mantell will be here as well. He is the author of the link is what you think most recently and also don't sweat the small stuff PS. It's all small stuff. We're going to touch more on that college admissions scandal and the whole issue of helicopter parents and how far should we go to protect our children from life. And what to do if parents don't agree on just what to do with our kids? In that vein. So he's a really well known and well sought after cognitive behavioral coach all around the world. And we're so glad we'll have him in today for America trends back to that top story. You know, we keep hearing day after day, and what that means is it really is a huge emergency border patrol agents again issuing an alert that the border is at its breaking point they recorded over thirty seven hundred arrest along the southwest border. Just Monday thirty seven hundred those are just those that they caught that's the most they've seen in a single day. And over ten years, the H secretary speaking out saying make no mistake, our border crisis has gone from a national emergency to a near system wide meltdown. We cannot handle this border patrol says it's on pace to apprehend about one hundred thousand migrants just this not along the southwest border. And. El Paso, just that small sector alone has more than thirteen thousand four hundred four hundred migrants in custody. What to do with them? They say a crisis level of six thousand thirteen hundred is unprecedented. You can see here for those of you watching on YouTube, America, the social media posters are frustrated as well closed the border. Do you think that word got back to Central America that over one hundred thousand undocumented aliens were released last month? And that's why more and more are coming what our congress and the Senate trying to do with this and other saying close the borders now before it is too late. What happens to these people when the money they're being given runs out? They may steal from your house. Just saying that the long short of it is there's no money for this. We are breaking point. And we don't know who's coming from the next day to the next month to the next week. So the C P PB Commissioner is asking someone to pay attention El paso's overloaded, he says, and it's getting more and more. More dangerous listened closely to these amazing numbers. He shares with us now two weeks ago agree with the media and testified in congress that our immigration system was at the breaking point that breaking point has arrived this week at.

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"paul braun" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"paul braun" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"With the clippers. I've been told though, they each of those guys is leery of the narrative that they joined each other like Haiti doesn't one another narrative of all he went and joined Kawai collide other one a narrative of all he went join K D L it has to be that way because they both would be going through the same. But for this game. Yeah. They don't want that narrative. Well, you can't you can't join another star. And not have that narrative that you are joining good play. And there's nothing wrong with. I mean it joining Kawai or kyri is not like joining Golden State after they want seventy three games. So I I don't think either of them should be worried about that. So, but that's what some people have told me. So we have a story this week. Rick Bucur had it a couple of different people Senate. I suggested it about two weeks ago. I said, listen, the only asset the Lakers really have is LeBron James Kyle. Kuzma, the deep second asset wave. I mean, he's a five starter on a really good team. Boston, celtics. I'm not sure he starts warriors. He doesn't start Houston. Maybe starts. So they have LeBron. But there are stories now that Jeanie Buss was so ticked off at clutch sports, Rich, Paul Braun that she considered the it was brought up. Does that shock? You the story came out. Well, we both know RIC Bucher we worked plays. I've known him for decades. He's a reporter. And we had Rick on our show yesterday to couple rob parking. And I brought up to look this hour. I've talked to people involved in this story who've denied adamantly say it is not true. I brought that up to Rick. I brought it why did you kind of bring up that? Like, usually that would be the lead, right, gene? The Lakers consider trading LeBron James, and he kind of had it down on those six seven paragraphs. But he said because it wasn't, you know, the gist of the story was that LeBron couldn't fetch that much on the market anyway. So that's why. He kind of had it lower. But my point is people are denying. That's what I've been told. But I I don't know whether it's true or not, however. I look contemplated. I mean, a lot of things have crossed people's minds. I'd hate to tell people what's the things that have crossed my mind. You know what I'm saying? Right. So, but it may be a cross their mind enough to tell them Rick told us on our radio show yesterday that he crossed her mind to the point where she asked magic and Pelinka Rapa linka does he have a no trade clause. And so that's a little young or consideration. If that's the case how about this. So for the last fifteen years, I always felt like there was LeBron. And then a bunch of good players underneath him like. Kevin durant? Obviously Kawai harden that thinking about it this way as great as Tom Brady is he just wanted to bowl. He was almost the MVP two years ago. I would absolutely trade Tom Brady for Patrick Mahomes today. Right. Without even thinking about it. I would absolutely trade Tom Brady for about five young quarterbacks in the league. There are four players in in basketball in the world right now that I would trade for over LeBron Janas Durant. Stephens I on. I would absolutely listen K D, probably too. I put him Yano. You said Durant in Zion. I would trade for them before I would trade for LeBron James. And there's by the way, I didn't put harden. And I m b I didn't m b Ted an injury history..

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"paul braun" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"paul braun" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"You know what houston defensively can put multiple defenders on lebron and make you very tough on him oh but offense the juggernaut of golden state they don't have the firepower to match okay what if chris paul doesn't play for houston in the finals or plays limited minute can lebron beat him now it balances out that's a little too why because they put lebron can say in moments i'm gonna guard jason i'm gonna guard james harden for the third quarter for sure if there's no chris paul braun can do what he did to derrick rose i can't guard him for the game right all garden for nine straight possessions no doubt about it and for me chris paul has always been for this team this year james harms the mvp no doubt about it but chris paul is just as valuable that's the reason they have the record they have james has been able to take breaks periodically throughout the game and allowed sit back and allow chris paul to take over don't players like chris paul no idea but you gotta love a guy guys don't like him but i you know what is the guys that compete against him because he's one of those guys i'll just say that he's on he gets under your skin watch chris paul play the game he's a irritable he he's irritant he gets underneath you and it's just enough trading card it's chris paul seen trading incredible that printers would put that on the card but to play with him has to be a pleasure because he plays the game right way he puts his players in a position to have success as a point guard he's one of the best we ever had i had an argument with eric bledsoe who was better chris paul or john stockton i'll put both great they're great because i put their stats up very comparable all defense.

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"paul braun" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"paul braun" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"You know what houston defensively can put multiple defenders on lebron and make you very tough on him oh but offense the juggernaut of golden state they don't have the firepower to match okay what if chris paul doesn't play for houston in the finals or plays limited minute can lebron beat him now it balances out that's a little too why because they put lebron can say in moments i'm gonna guard jason i'm gonna guard james harden for the third quarter for sure if there's no chris paul braun can do what he did to derrick rose i can't guard him for the game right all garden for nine straight possessions no doubt about it and for me chris paul has always been for this team this year james harms the mvp no doubt about it but chris paul is just as valuable that's the reason they have the record they have james has been able to take breaks periodically throughout the game and allowed sit back and allow chris paul to take over don't players like chris paul no idea but you gotta love a guy guys don't like him but i you know what is the guys that compete against him because he's one of those guys i'll just say that he's on he gets under your skin watch chris paul play the game he's a irritable he he's irritant he gets underneath you and it's just enough trading card it's chris paul seen trading incredible that printers would put that on the card but to play with him has to be a pleasure because he plays the game right way he puts his players in a position to have success as a point guard he's one of the best we ever had i had an argument with eric bledsoe who was better chris paul or john stockton i'll put both great they're great because i put their stats up very comparable all defense.

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"paul braun" Discussed on Rense Radio Network

Rense Radio Network

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"paul braun" Discussed on Rense Radio Network

"Know if they don't play well for trump and if he truly has a free hand you know but these people no phase them out the late i hope so i'm trying to get older the author of this book called be on a go i'm staying out of europe's worse and getting out of made i've ever and this book i'm trying to get ahold of the author depth to have him honestly guest that speaking of the united nothing in the twenty thirteen twenty fourteen session of congress former congressman paul braun history he was a read when he's probably still a republican but he was in georgia in a hitter gets to build to get us out of the year rant now i called his saw that called the clerk at the house and i found h are one ninety three addison to the bill has been re entered juiced to get the united states out of the year ran so i know that world that daley's been pushing a petition petitioning based dogs in the congress but the bill is already been introduced and what we need to do is we need to to get this out on social media as best we can all over the country to put the heat on our us house members to get this bill fast so that said it came hopefully pass it also because i i think there's a very good chance that trump woodside that this is the first chance we've had for decades to.

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