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    1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
    Adams Aide Robbed at Gunpoint; NYC's Fourth of July Shootings Tick Up; Gov. Hochul Signs New Climate Legislation

    1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 5:17


    The Quicky
    Facial Recognition: Who Is Recording Your Image & Why?

    The Quicky

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 15:53


    We're all aware that sometimes our image is captured on CCTV as we go about our daily lives, but what you might not realise is that when you enter some of Australia's biggest stores, facial recognition technology is capturing your digital data. So which shops are currently doing this and why? And can you opt out if you don't want big corporations to have such intimate and private information about you and your family? The Quicky speaks to an expert in digital privacy to find out what is going on with this data collection, and how concerned (or not) we need to be. Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at podcast@mamamia.com.au CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at thequicky@mamamia.com.au CREDITS  Host: Claire Murphy With thanks to: Samantha Floreani - Program Lead at Digital Rights Watch where she advocates for human rights in the digital age. Samantha also works on the intersection of human rights, technology, and feminism Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane Audio Producer: Thom Lion Subscribe to The Quicky at...https://mamamia.com.au/the-quicky/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.auv Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Cal's Week in Review
    Ep. 166: Legislation, the Crime Desk, and Elk of the Corn

    Cal's Week in Review

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 25:26


    This week, Cal talks about controversial elk management, tightwads, El Comodor platano, and so much more.  Connect with Cal and MeatEater Cal on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop Cal's Week in Review Merch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    RTÉ Radio Player: Latest Podcasts
    Saturday with Katie Hannon: Mica legislation

    RTÉ Radio Player: Latest Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 10:32


    Dr Martina Cleary, Founder of Clare Pyrite Action Group; Malcolm Noonan, Green Party TD for Carlow-Kilkenny; Roisín Shortall, Co Leader of the Social Democrats and TD for Dublin North-West; Eoin Ó Broin, Sinn Féin TD for Dublin Mid-West

    SDPB News
    Examining votes against a gun-safety bill, looking ahead to farm legislation, and a skateboard festival preview | July 1

    SDPB News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 8:13


    Each day, SDPB brings you statewide news coverage. We then compile those stories into a daily podcast.

    Bible Thinker
    Lead Pastor Tries and Fails to Quote the Bible for Pro-choice Legislation

    Bible Thinker

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 16:12


    Reading the Bible in context is all it takes to solve most of these bad teaching issues. This is Senior Pastor Mike Thomas, from Radiant Church in Seattle, Washington. Original video can be found HERE. Thank you to Woke Preacher Clips for making these sorts of clips available for needful discussion. Here's me on Twitter. My website, with hundreds of hours of free content helping you learn to think biblically about everything: https://BibleThinker.org

    Explicitly Pro-Life
    Kristan Hawkins LIVE Address to the Post-Roe Generation

    Explicitly Pro-Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 36:34


    WE ARE THE POST-ROE GENERATION!! On Friday, June 24, Roe v. Wade was consigned to the ash heap of history! WE WON a crucial battle in the war to abolish abortion in our lifetime. In this special episode of Explicitly Pro-Life, hear the marching orders Kristan Hawkins delivered to the Post-Roe Generation two days after Roe was reversed. This speech was delivered to a LIVE audience of hundreds of committed student leaders, legislators, and SFLA team members as they geared up to go out and take on the next phase of the war to abolish abortion. Roe is reversed. This is an incredible reason for celebration — and it initiated the Post-Roe Strategy. The hallmarks of this next phase are EDUCATION, SERVICE, and LEGISLATION. Get your marching orders and go to work with renewed hope for an Abortion Free Future!

    Federal Drive with Tom Temin
    This legislation would turn Veterans Affairs whistleblower policy into law

    Federal Drive with Tom Temin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 17:00


    In an agency as large as Veterans Affairs, with a third of a million employees, there's no shortage of things to go wrong. Often, it is whistleblowers that point them out, often to the office of inspector general. Now a bipartisan bill that passed the House would ensure continuance of a policy, that every VA employee receive training by the OIG, to learn how to report alleged wrongdoing. Here with more on the VA Office of Inspector General Training Act, one of its original sponsors, Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-Ill.).

    Chicks on the Right Podcast
    Holcomb says no “red lines” on possible abortion legislation

    Chicks on the Right Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 7:22


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    European Parliament - EPRS Policy podcasts
    Sustainable Development Goals in EU regions

    European Parliament - EPRS Policy podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 7:27


    The EU has contributed to creating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), established in 2015, as part of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and takes action to implement them through its internal and external policies, as outlined in the 'Towards a Sustainable Europe by 2030' reflection paper, the European Green Deal, the European Commission's political priorities and its work programme. The Sustainable Development Goals also have a regional dimension, sometimes called 'localisation'. Achieving around 65 % of the targets is estimated to require local and regional authority participation. Numerous regions and cities, including in the EU, have expressed support for the SDGs and many have integrated them in their policy frameworks. - Original publication on the EP Think Tank website - Subscription to our RSS feed in case your have your own RSS reader - Podcast available on Deezer, iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, YouTubeSource: © European Union - EP

    European Parliament - EPRS Policy podcasts
    SDG 2 – zero hunger and EU action against hunger and malnutrition

    European Parliament - EPRS Policy podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 8:16


    At least one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the UN will be missed in 2030 – SDG 2 – 'zero hunger'. Hunger and malnutrition are rising dramatically across the world, a trend aggravated by the pandemic. In 2020, 811 million people in the world were facing hunger, the highest level since 2014. In the EU itself, considered one of the most food-secure regions in the world, nearly 7 million people were already experiencing severe food insecurity before the pandemic, and malnutrition is on the rise. SDG 2 aims not only at achieving food security but also at improving nutrition and promoting sustainable agriculture. These objectives have been mainstreamed in the recently reformed common agricultural policy and the 'farm to fork' and biodiversity strategies. - Original publication on the EP Think Tank website - Subscription to our RSS feed in case your have your own RSS reader - Podcast available on Deezer, iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, YouTubeSource: © European Union - EP

    European Parliament - EPRS Policy podcasts
    EU action on ocean governance and achieving SDG 14

    European Parliament - EPRS Policy podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 10:50


    SDG 14 on 'life below water' focuses on the sustainability of the oceans, recognising their essential role in life on our planet. Oceans contain 80 % of all life forms, produce more than 50 % of the Earth's oxygen and play a central role in regulating the climate. In addition, the 'blue economy' provides 4.5 million direct jobs in the EU. To manage maritime activities sustainably and cope with different environmental pressures, the EU has implemented a wide range of policies, such as the common fisheries policy, the marine strategy framework directive and the maritime spatial planning directive, as well as specific legislation related to marine litter. Other new initiatives under the European Green Deal also play an important role in relation to ocean governance and sustainable blue growth, such as the 2030 biodiversity strategy, the offshore renewable energy strategy, the 'Fit for 55' package and the new guidelines on aquaculture. - Original publication on the EP Think Tank website - Subscription to our RSS feed in case your have your own RSS reader - Podcast available on Deezer, iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, YouTubeSource: © European Union - EP

    European Parliament - EPRS Policy podcasts
    Understanding SDGs: The UN's Sustainable Development Goals

    European Parliament - EPRS Policy podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 9:32


    In 2015, the United Nations adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to be attained by 2030. The SDGs and the broader 2030 Agenda for sustainable development, of which they form the core, are based on findings that human activities have triggered dramatic changes in the conditions on Earth (climate change and biodiversity loss), which in turn have contributed to the deterioration of human wellbeing. To reverse the trend, there is an urgent need to simultaneously address the multiple causes and consequences of environmental depletion and social inequalities, by developing synergies and managing trade-offs between the SDGs. The European Union has been a leader in drafting the SDGs; it is also a frontrunner in mainstreaming the SDGs in all its policies. - Original publication on the EP Think Tank website - Subscription to our RSS feed in case your have your own RSS reader - Podcast available on Deezer, iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, YouTubeSource: © European Union - EP

    European Parliament - EPRS Science and Technology podcasts
    What if we sequenced all human genomes?

    European Parliament - EPRS Science and Technology podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 5:37


    The rapid growth of genetic databases worldwide, coupled with fast-decreasing costs and increased technological speed, has raised the possibility of every human genome on Earth being sequenced within this century. This brings to the forefront ethical and legal questions on data privacy and ownership. While a world genomic database would revolutionise preventive medicine and research, new forms of surveillance, discrimination and power imbalances could emerge. The global interplay between the individual, the state and private individuals could shift, requiring modern and flexible legislation to protect the rights of the individual. - Original publication on the EP Think Tank website - Subscription to our RSS feed in case your have your own RSS reader - Podcast available on Deezer, iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, YouTube Source: © European Union - EP

    Tribunus Plebis Podcast
    (Ep. 55) The Lies of Uvalde - It Just Keeps Getting Worse! Plus, We Revisit Anti-Trans Legislation

    Tribunus Plebis Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 33:26


    The cowardice of the police in Uvalde was shameful enough, but since that horrific event those same police have shown cowardice in a myriad of other ways. Everything from their initial lies about what happened, wrongfully blaming innocent people, lying about the events and trying to gaslight everybody, and even right down to harassing the woman who defied the cops cowardice and saved her own child. Plus, anti-lgbtq legislation passes in Ohio and Texas and the results harm the members of those communities. Previous Uvalde Episode mentioned in this episode: https://youtu.be/xVpaqzimXqQ -------------------------------------------- This podcast and related works take a lot of effort and time to produce! Please help us keep it going if you are able with a one-time donation or recurring subscription at Buy Me A Coffee! LINK: www.buymeacoffee.com/tribunusplebis Please, if you have a moment, take a second to rate and review on Apple! It's the single best way you can help us grow aside from word of mouth! Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2Fa69IA Check out all of our links at our LinkTree! https://linktr.ee/TribunusPlebisMedia --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tribunus-plebis/message

    KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays
    SCOTUS limits EPA’s authority to regulate power plant emissions; Governor Newsom signs landmark bill to combat plastic pollution; SF workers celebrate minimum wage increase and call for workers’ rights; Lawmakers consider legislation that woul

    KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022


    Coffee w/#The Freight Coach
    #TheFreightCoach Morning Show - US Retailers Drive Inventory Up! Legislation to PUSH US Exports!?? Full On Ocean Freight Deep Dive!!

    Coffee w/#The Freight Coach

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 31:09


    #TheFreightCoach Morning Show is The TOP Transportation Morning Show is LIVE every weekday at 10:30 AM CST to breakdown THREE transportation industry headlines! Mark your calendars! https://www.ttnews.com/articles/perspective-opportunities-help-ocean-freight https://www.joc.com/maritime-news/frontloading-us-retailers-driving-inventory-buildup_20220629.html https://www.joc.com/regulation-policy/new-house-legislation-would-entice-carriers-haul-us-exports_20220629.html Check out my YouTube Channel for further industry insights!  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjrL70IEnCfDkNaiYMar3jw Make sure to subscribe and share! Thank you to my sponsor: https://www.vhubapp.com/ They are the new wave for freight brokers and freight brokerages to separate themselves from the competition! To learn how to Maximize your carrier network, Drive more carrier sales and get better load coverage with seamless onboarding, TMS integration, and smart load coverage, visit: https://brokercarrier.com/

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland
    Emergency data legislation hits hurdle

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 4:26


    TJ McIntyre, Chairman of Digital Rights Ireland and Chair of Digital Rights Ireland, on the Retention of Data Bill.

    Alcohol Alert Podcast
    Alcohol Alert - June 2022

    Alcohol Alert Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 20:23


    Hello and welcome to the Alcohol Alert, brought to you by The Institute of Alcohol Studies.In this edition:International experts call for ban on all alcohol promotion 🎵 Podcast feature 🎵‘No clear evidence’ MUP reduces harmful drinkingVast difference in alcohol-related deaths remains between richest and poorest in ScotlandContents Unknown: How alcohol labelling still fails consumers‘No place for cheap alcohol: The potential value of minimum pricing for protecting lives’Sobriety tags rolled-out further despite no evidence of efficacyIrish Government makes moves to improve product labellingBrexit Freedoms Bill could deliver pint-sized wine bottlesNo and low alcohol sales double in the UKAlcohol Toolkit Study: updateWe hope you enjoy our roundup of stories below: please feel free to share. Thank you.IAS BlogsTo read blogs click here.International experts call for ban on all alcohol promotion 🎵 Podcast feature 🎵Realising Our Rights, a new report launched on 28 June by Alcohol Focus Scotland (AFS) and a group of subject experts, calls on governments across the world to introduce comprehensive restrictions on alcohol marketing in order to improve health.The publication explains how increasingly sophisticated marketing means that people are being constantly bombarded with positive messages about how alcohol enhances their lives. The alcohol marketing experts who helped develop the report point out that this seeks to build long-term relationships between people and alcohol brands, which reinforce alcohol as a social norm and ultimately contribute to high levels of consumption and harm across the world.They particularly draw attention to at-risk population groups, with children and young people, and people at risk of an alcohol problem, more affected than others.A number of additional pieces of research were commissioned to help develop the report, including research examining the impact of alcohol marketing on people with an alcohol problem. The complementary research found that this demographic has an increased susceptibility to alcohol marketing, which fosters positive alcohol-related emotions and increases their likelihood of drinking.The group’s recommendations include:Additional research for the report included analysing case studies from seven countries with marketing restrictions, to understand the processes, successes and challenges to introducing these restrictions. These case studies can be used by countries looking to introduce similar restrictions, to better understand issues around:Utilising a window of opportunityOpposition from the alcohol industryHow to frame regulationsUse of evidence and argumentsThe AFS report includes a human rights-based approach to marketing restrictions, highlighting that states have a legal obligation to protect citizens’ rights – such as the right to health – and that commodities that infringe on these rights need further restriction.AFS’ Chief Executive, Alison Douglas, said:“The current self-regulatory approach to alcohol marketing is failing to protect people and has led to our communities being wallpapered with promotions for a product that harms our health.“People don’t just have a need to be protected from alcohol marketing they have a right to be protected.  A number of other countries have already imposed bans on alcohol marketing, if we want to create a more positive culture where everyone can realise their right to health, the UK and Scottish governments must act to restrict alcohol marketing.”The Scottish Government is consulting this year on marketing restrictions, and the Minister for Public Health, Maree Todd said:“I welcome this report and will study carefully its detailed findings and recommendations. I am determined to tackle the harmful impacts that alcohol marketing can have on children and young people, as well as the triggering effect it can have on heavy drinkers and those in recovery.”Tom Bennett, one of the report experts who is in long-term, abstinent recovery from an alcohol problem, said:“Alcohol marketing can be massively triggering; it’s designed to be. Seeing an image of a cold beer on a warm sunny day or a midwinter glass of whisky in front of an open fire can be highly appealing. Yet the message these images convey, that alcohol is life enhancing, is at odds with the health risks.”‘No clear evidence’ MUP reduces harmful drinkingPublic Health Scotland and the University of Sheffield released the final report on the impact of minimum unit pricing in Scotland, which suggests that among those drinking at harmful levels or those with alcohol dependence, there is “no clear evidence of a change in consumption or severity of dependence”.It also found that some economically vulnerable groups saw increased financial strain as they ended up spending more on alcohol. Some of those surveyed reduced spending on other things such as food and utilities.Public Health Scotland’s theory of change for MUP (reproduced from Beeston et al, 2019)However, there was little evidence of other negative consequences, such as increased crime or a shift to illicit substances. As this was an argument frequently used against the introduction of MUP, it is an important consideration.Further, the proportion of people who had drunk at hazardous levels in the last week fell significantly by 3.5% in the market research data. Other analyses of Scotland’s MUP have also found reductions in consumption among some population groups.Professor John Holmes, the lead researcher on the project, highlighted in a recent IAS blog that MUP isn’t designed to reduce drinking for those who are dependent:“Alcohol dependence is a more complex problem than harmful drinking and is best-tackled by early identification of alcohol problems and the provision of an accessible and effective treatment system.“MUP may therefore only contribute to a reduction in alcohol dependence by preventing future cases rather than addressing current ones.“Overall, our report offers a nuanced and mixed picture of the impact of MUP on a key population of concern, with both positive and negative findings for those on both sides of the policy debate.”During a meeting of the health committee in Holyrood, Dr Sandesh Gulhane (Conservative MSP for Glasgow) claimed that MUP was failing, and that the most vulnerable were cutting back on food to afford the high prices. Professor Petra Meier responded that pricing policies alone would not be enough to alter the consumption for some very heavy drinkers, and investment in health services is also necessary: “addiction services have had major cutbacks during Covid, they have been virtually inaccessible unless you were able to join online groups and make do with things like alcoholics anonymous online and so on.”Vast difference in alcohol-related deaths remains between richest and poorest in ScotlandIn related news, Public Health Scotland (PHS) also released its MESAS report 2022 (Monitoring and Evaluating Scotland's Alcohol Strategy) on 21 June , which shows huge inequality between the poorest and most affluent adults who consume alcohol, in terms of hospital stays and deaths.Rates of alcohol-specific deaths were five times higher in the poorest communities and hospital stays were nearly eight times higher.Vicki Ponce Hardy of PHS said the report showed that significant inequalities were resulting in "preventable" deaths:“The most recent survey data shows that almost a quarter (24%) of adults in Scotland still drink more than the recommended, low risk, weekly, drinking guideline. Among those exceeding the guideline, it's those in the lowest income group who are likely to consume the most."Contents Unknown: How alcohol labelling still fails consumersA new study by the Alcohol Health Alliance (AHA) looked at alcohol product labelling information on 369 products and found that:The AHA recommends that the UK Government sets up an independent body to monitor and enforce mandatory labelling, based on the WHO’s best practice for labelling.Professor Sir Ian Gilmore, AHA’s chair, said:“Those who profit from the sale of alcohol cannot be trusted to willingly provide product information. Legislation on alcohol labelling must ensure that consumers have the full picture of the contents and risk to health of the products they buy through Government making clear labelling on all alcohol products a legal requirement.“Given the choice, most alcohol producers are leaving this vital information off the labels, keeping consumers in the dark about what’s in the products they are drinking.”Product discrepancies were also foundMatt Lambert, the chief executive of the industry body the Portman Group, responded:“This report doesn’t correspond to the findings of Portman Group’s much larger and more comprehensive recent survey where we looked at 400 products including the biggest brands by market share – the ones which accurately represents what most customers are buying. That research found near universal coverage of industry best practice showing pregnancy warnings, alcohol unit information, signposts to responsibility messages, and four in five products carrying the Chief Medical Officer’s low risk guidelines.“Industry self-regulation has been responsible for voluntarily delivering greater information and awareness for consumers and the AHA’s own report shows that significant progress has been made. The sector is firmly on track to provide more information to consumers without recourse to valuable Parliamentary time, public funding or mandatory measures.”The UK Government is set to consult on alcohol product labels “in due course”.‘No place for cheap alcohol: The potential value of minimum pricing for protecting lives’The World Health Organization has published a comprehensive review of minimum pricing policies, in order for states and policymakers to understand the best available evidence and implementation practicalities on these policies.The report looks at evidence from simulation modelling studies and real-world studies in Scotland and Canada, which show encouraging results regarding reducing overall alcohol consumption.It goes on to look at objections and concerns around minimum pricing policies, such as any adverse economic impact and increases in illicit alcohol, and finds little to support these.As Scotland struggled to introduce minimum unit pricing due to legal battles with the whiskey industry, the report discusses requirements for the policies to be consistent with international trade law.International comparisons of minimum pricing rateAs Dr Aveek Bhattacharya, one of the report’s lead authors, explained in an IAS blog this week:“Here in one place, WHO Europe has collected a fact base on how and how well the measure works in different countries.“It is, to our knowledge, a unique resource, and we hope it will be useful to policymakers as other governments consider taking the leap in future.”Sobriety tags rolled-out further despite no evidence of efficacyFrom the 15 June, the Government rolled-out so-called ‘sobriety tags’ further. The tags monitor alcohol through sweat and are being used for prison leavers if their probation officer thinks they could reoffend when drinking.Alcohol is believed to play a part in 39% of violent crime in the UK and roughly 20% of offenders supervised by the Probation Service are identified as having drinking issues.Justice Secretary Dominic Raab said:“We’ve seen that alcohol tags work - with tagged offenders complying 97% of the time. That’s why we’re going to double the number wearing them from 900 to 1,900 over the next two years, focusing on those leaving prison on license.”This focus on compliance while wearing the device says little about whether the scheme works in the long-term in reducing reoffending. As Dr Carly Lightowlers wrote in an IAS blog last year:“A focus on compliance – in terms of alcohol-free days – is somewhat of a smokescreen as what is needed is evidence of whether drinking and related offending are reduced in the long term after tag removal, which is yet to be provided.”Additionally, a report from the National Audit Office released on 8 June said a failed plan to transform the electronic tagging system has wasted £98 million.The report says that the Government does not know if tagging offenders is helping to cut reoffending because of failings in the system, and that efforts to change the system were abandoned in March after 11 years and £153 million.Irish Government makes moves to improve product labellingLast week, the Irish Examiner reported that the Irish Government has made an application to the European Commission to enact regulations that would require health warnings on all alcohol products. These would include warnings regarding liver disease, fatal cancers, and consuming alcohol while pregnant.The regulations also provide for those selling alcohol in licensed premises to be required to display a notice containing the same health warnings, a link to the public health website and an indication that the alcohol and calorie content of products is available on request.The measures are contained in the Public Health Alcohol Bill, which has introduced a range of interventions including minimum unit pricing and restrictions on advertising at sporting events.Brexit Freedoms Bill could deliver pint-sized wine bottlesIn a Telegraph article on the first day of June, Brexit Opportunities Minister, Jacob Rees-Mogg, was said to be “spearheading the drive to ditch unnecessary regulations” around the sale of alcohol.One of the mentioned regulations was that sparkling wine “can only be sold in traditional champagne-style glass bottles, complete with mushroom cork and foil”. The article states that regulations about bottle sizes could be scrapped, meaning wine producers could offer pint-sized bottles for the first time in half a century.Another rule that says drinks cannot be called wine if they are under 8% could be got rid of, meaning no and low-alcohol wines can be referred to as wine, instead of synonyms such as “wine-based drink”.The article states that:“The plans, set to be outlined in the upcoming Brexit Freedoms Bill, could be enacted swiftly because legislation giving ministers the power to make the changes has already passed Parliament.”Patrice Noyelle, President of Pol Roger Champagne, presents a pint bottle of champagne to the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in 2008. CREDIT: Daniel JonesNo and low alcohol sales double in the UKAccording to alcohol market research group IWSR, sales of no and low alcohol products in the UK have doubled from 2016 to 2021, from $240m to $454m. Alcohol-free sales tripled from $52m to $184m.Emily Neill, head of research at IWSR, said promoting low-alcohol drinks was partly a commercial decision by companies:“What you’ve seen in markets such as the UK and US is consumers becoming much more conscious of their health…there’s a higher proportion of younger consumers who don’t drink at all or would like to moderate their consumption.”AB InBev said six years ago that it would aim for low-alcohol and no-alcohol beers to make up a fifth of sales by 2025, a target it admits it is unlikely to meet, with about 6% of sales currently from the products.Despite this, sales of no and low alcohol products are still very low in the UK. A study summarised in an IAS blog last year showed that of UK households that bought alcohol, only “0.92% also bought zero alcohol beer between 2015 and 2020” and only “2.17% bought low alcohol beer”.Alcohol Toolkit Study: updateThe monthly data collected is from English households and began in March 2014. Each month involves a new representative sample of approximately 1,700 adults aged 16 and over.See more data on the project website here.Prevalence of increasing and higher risk drinking (AUDIT)Increasing and higher risk drinking defined as those scoring >7 AUDIT. A-C1: Professional to clerical occupation C2-E: Manual occupationCurrently trying to restrict consumptionA-C1: Professional to clerical occupation C2-E: Manual occupation; Question: Are you currently trying to restrict your alcohol consumption e.g. by drinking less, choosing lower strength alcohol or using smaller glasses? Are you currently trying to restrict your alcohol consumption e.g. by drinking less, choosing lower strength alcohol or using smaller glasses?All past-year attempts to cut down or stopQuestion: How many attempts to restrict your alcohol consumption have you made in the last 12 months (e.g. by drinking less, choosing lower strength alcohol or using smaller glasses)? Please include all attempts you have made in the last 12 months, whether or not they were successful, AND any attempt that you are currently making.The UK Alcohol Alert (incorporating Alliance News) is designed and produced by The Institute of Alcohol Studies. Please click the image below to visit our website and find out more about us and what we do, or the ‘Contact us’ button. Thank you. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit instalcstud.substack.com

    Caveat
    The future of cyber legislation.

    Caveat

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 41:24


    Gary Buonacorsi, Tanium's SLED CTO and Chief IT Architect, joins Dave to discuss Cyber Incident Reporting for the Critical Infrastructure Act. Ben and Dave share some listener follow up from a listener who spent some time being a U.S. Marshall, and their input on a recent episode where someone had a fake warrant out for their arrest. Ben's story follows the recent overturn of Roe v. Wade and shares how to not leave a digital footprint if you are looking for an abortion. Dave's story dives into the debate over whether a password can provide more legal protection than a facial id scan or a fingerprint scan. Links to stories: Seeking an abortion? Here's how to avoid leaving a digital trail. Warrant authorized authorities to compel Eastman to use his finger or face to unlock his phone but specifically prohibited them from demanding his password Got a question you'd like us to answer on our show? You can send your audio file to caveat@thecyberwire.com or simply leave us a message at (410) 618-3720. Hope to hear from you.

    Fastest 5 Minutes, The Podcast Government Contractors Can't Do Without
    Fastest 5 Minutes: OFCCP, Kickbacks, False Claims Act, Proposed Legislation

    Fastest 5 Minutes, The Podcast Government Contractors Can't Do Without

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 7:15


    This week's episode covers OFCCP's new proposed Directive regarding Functional Affirmative Action Programs, DOJ's settlement with a contractor to resolve alleged violations of the False Claims Act and Anti-Kickback Act, the latest on the government's authority to dismiss a relator's qui tam action pursuant under the False Claims Act, and the proposed legislation entitled “Stop Price Gouging the Military Act,” and is hosted by Peter Eyre and Yuan Zhou. Crowell & Moring's "Fastest 5 Minutes" is a biweekly podcast that provides a brief summary of significant government contracts legal and regulatory developments that no government contracts lawyer or executive should be without.

    Life Matters
    281: Dobbs and California

    Life Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 27:57


    In this episode of Life Matters, Commissioner Johnston explains the actual meaning and significance of Dobbs, the recent and powerful decision of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. The Dobbs Supreme Court decision does not ban a single abortion. What it simply does is give back to each state government what the Roe v. Wade decision took away, the ability for each state to practice its duty and “compelling state interest to protect the lives of the innocent” within their own borders. In Roe, this constitutional duty and responsibility was instead given to one individual in the case of abortion - an individual abortionist.  Brian includes the comments of former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who agreed that the real effect of Roe was not to give women rights, they had to get permission. All authority, and all rights were to be in the hands of abortionists alone. When the individual abortionist makes the decision to kill a particular child, he is assuming an authority which denies that child due process of law. In this act of intentional medical killing, the abortionist assumes the responsibility of an executioner, which government has only given such executioner authority to the powers of the state. And the state in turn, must exercise this authority very carefully because it has an overarching duty to make sure that the innocent themselves are protected from being killed. That is the purpose of having just law and that purpose and authority was denied to states. The Dobbs decision gave states the right to protect the innocent once again. Now the battle comes to each state and California will be the greatest challenge. Getting a Constitutional Amendment on the state-wide ballot in California usually costs multiple millions of dollars and most attempts fail. California Democrats have skipped that. They don't need money. In the Sacramento Capitol they simply have their way.  The Democrats own the process. The abortion lobby owns the Democrats. Because they have a supermajority of the legislature, on June 28, 2022, they qualified a Reproductive Freedom Constitutional Amendment for the fall ballot. It was "fast tracked." It was easy. Democrats who dissent are simply punished... Yes, it is like that.  The measure simply inserts the following into the State Constitution:  “The state shall not deny or interfere with an individual's reproductive freedom in their most intimate decisions, which includes their fundamental right to choose to have an abortion and their fundamental right to choose or refuse contraceptives. This section is intended to further the constitutional right to privacy guaranteed by Section 1, and the constitutional right to not be denied equal protection guaranteed by Section 7. Nothing herein narrows or limits the right to privacy or equal protection.”  But the expensive, months-long signature process is skipped. This is when citizens start to hear and consider a debate. But it is skipped. In November, an already ignorant public will vote on ‘reproductive freedom.' They will be guided by a clearly biased media.   The media is not asking basic questions about the details of either “Reproductive Rights' or the new, tourist-abortion industry Gavin Newsom and the state legislature have now set up. Many states will require parents to be notified before a minor gets an abortion, and nearly 1/3 of abortions are done on minors. Will Gavin Newsom and your tax dollars be flying minors across state lines for secret abortions? Crickets.  Roe v. Wade falsely suggested that there were limits on abortion... but the famous definition of 'Health' as including, psychological, sociological, and matter that might impact the patient in view of the abortionist's opinion permitted late term abortions even if there were nothing wrong with either mother or child!   California enforces no regulation or accountability for individual abortions. Every other medical procedure requires very specific informed consent before that operation is performed on you. That's for the safety of the patient. Abortion is the only medical procedure in California that does not require the specific explanation and description of the medical risk to the patient.  RU486 chemical abortions are now very common. But women are not told how it functions. This is a double-barrel shotgun of artificial steroids which powerfully impact the woman's body with a stunning chemical slam. These chemicals alter her metabolic functions in a jolt. This risky shock to her system is what expels the child from her body.   Sometimes that child is alive and squirming. Often the mother is alone when it finally hits. And she is bleeding profusely. There is no requirement to explain these details to these women. But the state legislature wants to offer it not just to Californians, but apparently also to minor girls who live across state lines! And they want it protected in the Constitution. 

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland
    Calls for legislation regarding school places for children with special needs

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 6:09


    John Kearney, Ceo of the National Council for Special Education on the lack of school places for children with special needs.

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland
    New tipping legislation from today

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 5:20


    Brian O'Donovan, Work and Technology Correspondent, discusses changes to new tipping legislation relating to service charges.

    VPM Daily Newscast
    06/29/22 - Following 2022 session, future legislation expected to enable LGBTQ+ discrimination

    VPM Daily Newscast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 5:57


    A number of bills introduced this year attempted to roll back protections for LGBTQ Virginians, but those measures won't become law this week; A state lawmaker says he will propose a bill during next year's legislative session that will quote “protect life at conception"; An abortion provider in Bristol, Tennesse is planning to move across the border to its sister city in Virginia; and other local news stories.

    KGO 810 Podcast
    Pat Thurston: Taking on Gas Gouging on Legislation at a Time

    KGO 810 Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 33:06


    Consumer Watchdog President Jamie Court is with Pat Thurston to explain the latest news in gas gouging.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Pat Thurston Show Podcast
    Pat Thurston: Taking on Gas Gouging on Legislation at a Time

    The Pat Thurston Show Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 33:06


    Consumer Watchdog President Jamie Court is with Pat Thurston to explain the latest news in gas gouging.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Business of Tech
    Tue Jun-28-2022: FTC actions, GitHub legislation, and Windows 8.1's coming end

    Business of Tech

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 5:37


    Three things to know today The FTC flexes its muscles The Senator, GitHub, and the Trolls AND The clock starts ticking on Windows 8.1   Do you want to get the show on your podcast app or the written versions of the stories? Subscribe to the Business of Tech: https://www.businessof.tech/   Support the show on Patreon:  https://patreon.com/mspradio/   Want our stuff?  Cool Merch?  Wear “Why Do We Care?” - Visit https://mspradio.myspreadshop.com   Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mspradionews/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mspradionews/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mspradio/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/28908079/      

    Underground USA
    The Left Is Using The Issues Of Guns & Abortion To Manipulate The People

    Underground USA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 47:49


    With the recent US Supreme Court decisions on abortion and gun rights, the political opportunists and agendized media are doing everything they can to play on the emotions of the people. Both disingenuous (or constitutionally illiterate) politicians and so-called “journalists” are employing deceitful headlines and false narratives to serve a far-Left ideology and agenda.In both the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v. Bruen (Bruen) and Dobbs, State Health Officer Of The Mississippi Department of Health v. Jackson Women's Health Organization (Dobbs), the narratives being used by the political and activist classes and the mainstream media complex to mislead the public on the meanings of the rulings is nothing less than intellectually criminal and in the least exploitative...RELATED ARTICLE(S)/Link(s):https://www.undergroundusa.com/p/the-left-is-using-the-issues-of-gunsSign-up for our mostly daily mail out here:https://www.undergroundusa.comSupport Underground USA (BTC)https://commerce.coinbase.com/checkout/7b2d8c35-55b9-49ed-9918-f7cc6f2a488dSupport Underground USA (USD)https://checkout.square.site/merchant/SW8KGEWAS2A22/checkout/SXG24XFCOWMROX3D5IN42TB2

    CountyCast
    Special Episode: An Insider Look at Passing Legislation with Rep. Destin Hall | "All about building relationships"

    CountyCast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 35:05


    The basic principles of creating laws — bill drafting, committee discussion, and passage between the two chambers of the legislature — is fairly well understood. What happens in between, then? What exactly does it mean when proposed bills "go to marinate?" In the throes of the legislative short session, CountyCast host Amber Harris, NCACC's Director of Government Relations, sat down with NC Representative and Chair of the Rules Committee Destin Hall to find out the specifics of how legislation passes through the halls of the General Assembly. Relevant Links Rep. Destin Hall — Biography Page

    Nursing Uncharted
    Nursing Legislation, Hope For the Future, Good Nurse Bad Nurse - Tina Vinsant, BSN, CCRN

    Nursing Uncharted

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 48:18


    In this episode, we welcomed the mind behind the Good Nurse Bad Nurse Podcast to break down everything going on with nursing legislation and its impact on the future of nurses. Special guest, Tina Vinsant, BSN, CCRN, joined us to discuss advocating for nurses, nurse staffing ratios, how nurses can get involved in lobbying, and much more!We Discuss(0:00) Introduction(2:22) How did Good Nurse Bad Nurse get started?(10:16) What is Good Nurse Bad Nurse about?(15:00) Advocating for Nurses (17:15) The RaDonda Vaught Trial & Advocating for Nurses (26:05) Qualified Immunity for Nurses(30:41) Nurse Staffing Ratios (38:20) How Nurses Can Get Involved in Lobbying (44:02) What's Next for Tina's Lobbying EffortsAbout Tina Vinsant, BSN, CCRNTina is a registered nurse with a BSN from Lincoln Memorial University in East Tennessee. Tina has been a nurse for seven years. She worked for four and a half years in a Progressive Care Unit (PCU) at the region's only level one trauma center. She worked as a team leader in this PCU as a certified Progressive Critical Care Nurse for over a year. She has since moved to the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU) and is now a certified Critical Care Registered Nurse. She is currently working as a travel nurse in various hospitals throughout the Southeast.Find Tina Online:InstagramTikTokWebsiteTwitterFacebookAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie Schrauben & Sam MacKay Powered by American Mobile

    TechCheck
    FTX Denies Robinhood Acquisition Rumors, A Look at the Fintech Consolidation Landscape & Big Tech Pushes Back Against Anti-LGBTQ Legislation 6/28/22

    TechCheck

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 44:11


    Our anchors start today's show covering the rumors that crypto exchange FTX might be looking to buy trading platform Robinhood, with insight from CNBC's Kate Rooney and Slow Ventures General Partner Sam Lessin. Then, Bain & Company Partner Michael Cashman offers his perspective on the broader consolidation landscape in fintech, and Jefferies analyst Brent Thill joins to discuss his upgrade of cloud computing firm Snowflake. Next, our Julia Boorstin looks at catalysts sending Disney shares higher, and Wedbush Securities Head of Equity Trading Sahak Manuelian shares his outlook for tech amid the ongoing volatility. Later, CNBC's Steve Kovach reports on big tech names pushing back against anti-LGBTQ legislation.

    @BEERISAC: CPS/ICS Security Podcast Playlist
    Legislation demands state of the art [The Industrial Security Podcast]

    @BEERISAC: CPS/ICS Security Podcast Playlist

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 42:22


    Podcast: The Industrial Security Podcast (LS 33 · TOP 5% what is this?)Episode: Legislation demands state of the art [The Industrial Security Podcast]Pub date: 2022-06-27Jens Wiesner of the German BSI joins us - new German critical infrastructure laws demand immediate reporting and certified state-of-the-art attack detection.The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from PI Media, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

    Underground USA
    How Long Will We Allow Pelosi's Crew To Blatantly Lie To The People?

    Underground USA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 29:17


    I the aftermath of the US Supreme Court's decision to return the purview of the issue of abortion to the states where it has always belonged, Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, AOC, and perennial reprobate Maxine Waters all took to the microphones to whip their sycophant followers into a frenzy using false narratives and blatant lies about the ruling.Abortion has not been outlawed but to listen to Pelosi's squad of constitutionally illiterate fascists you would never understand that. How much longer will we tolerate politicians lying to us, bald-faced, purposely, and manipulatively?...RELATED ARTICLE(S)/Link(s):https://www.undergroundusa.com/p/the-left-is-using-the-issues-of-gunsSign-up for our mostly daily mail out here:https://www.undergroundusa.comSupport Underground USA (BTC)https://commerce.coinbase.com/checkout/7b2d8c35-55b9-49ed-9918-f7cc6f2a488dSupport Underground USA (USD)https://checkout.square.site/merchant/SW8KGEWAS2A22/checkout/SXG24XFCOWMROX3D5IN42TB2

    Spidell's California Minute
    Proposed Secure Act 2.0 legislation

    Spidell's California Minute

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 3:50


    This week we're comparing the current House and Senate bills that act as follow-up proposals to the 2019 SECURE Act.

    Monitor Mondays
    Medicare Auditing Run Amok

    Monitor Mondays

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 55:25


    Stranger than fiction are the reports coming from providers complaining of inconsistent and often contradictory reasons given for claim denials, leading to recoupment and the possibility of Medicare revoking privileges of participation in federal health programs – and this at a time of shrinking margins, rising inflation, budget cuts, and staff shortages. Little wonder that America's hospitals, health systems, and physician practices are feeling the pain.However, during the next special news edition of Monitor Mondays, you will not only hear field reports from our distinguished and highly respected panelists, but also gain the benefit of practical guidance in traversing the treacherous audit terrain.And, as a special added feature, Monitor Mondays will conduct an exclusive roundtable on the contentious and controversial 340B drug discount program. Substituting for the program's executive producer and program host, Chuck Buck, will be Dr. John K. Hall.Other segments will include these instantly recognizable broadcast segments:The RAC Report: Healthcare attorney Knicole Emanuel, partner at the law firm of Practus, will report the latest news about auditors.SDoH Report: Tiffany Ferguson, a subject matter expert on the social determinants of health (SDoH), will report on the news that's happening at the intersection of healthcare regulations and the SDoH.Risky Business: Healthcare attorney David Glaser, shareholder in the law offices of Fredrikson & Bryon, will join the broadcast with his trademark segment.Monday Rounds: Ronald Hirsch, MD, vice president of R1 RCM, will be making his Monday Rounds with another installment of his popular segment.Legislative Update: Cate Brantley, legislative affairs analyst for Zelis, will report on current healthcare legislation. Brantley will be substituting for Matthew Albright.

    Black Fathers, NOW!
    Ep: 276-"Rights, Vietnam & Law School" an Elder Conversation w/ Mac McSwine

    Black Fathers, NOW!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 73:30


    http://www.BlackFathersNOW.com Episode 276 of Black Fathers, NOW! Podcast is a powerful conversation on Rights, Vietnam, the black experience and much more... with my elder and neighbor Mac McSwine. Listen to our first conversation back on episode 61 here: https://blackfathersnow.libsyn.com/black-fathers-now-ep-61-coming-of-age-in-the-1960s-as-a-black-man-in-greenwood-ms-with-mac-mcswine Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/black-fathers-now/id1230596918 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/black-fathers-now YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtczqqU6-ZAwG37LcRpwJ3Q Follow @BlackFathersNOW via IG/TikTok

    כל תכני עושים היסטוריה
    Legislation demands state of the art [The Industrial Security Podcast]

    כל תכני עושים היסטוריה

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 42:22


    Jens Wiesner of the German BSI joins us - new German critical infrastructure laws demand immediate reporting and certified state-of-the-art attack detection.

    Moving Medicine
    Rep. Suzan DelBene (D-WA) on legislation to help fix prior authorization

    Moving Medicine

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 17:35


    AMA CXO Todd Unger talks with Rep. Suzan DelBene (D-WA), a member of the House Ways and Means Committee and chair of the moderate New Democrat Coalition, about the “Improving Seniors' Timely Access to Care Act,” an important piece of bipartisan legislation that would help ease prior authorization challenges physicians face in caring for their senior patients. Rep. DelBene is one of several bipartisan representatives who introduced this legislation in Congress and is working to get it passed.  For more information on the AMA's efforts to fix prior authorization, visit: https://fixpriorauth.org/

    The Podcast by KevinMD
    New legislation addresses health care professionals' mental health needs

    The Podcast by KevinMD

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 15:51


    “For many health care professionals, the stresses of their roles routinely take a heavy toll on their mental and physical well-being. It did for me. The pandemic and the unprecedented loss of life were more overwhelming than any of us could have imagined, and for some, it simply pushed them over the edge. But, even before the pandemic, our peers have been suffering from depression, anxiety, and exhaustion and needed resources to help them better cope and manage their well-being. For me, I learned the path to a healthier, more balanced, and purposeful life. I took up ultra-running, which has helped me enormously. I also developed strategies and tactics that I can rely on to keep me on an even keel, even when things get extra challenging. My journey is what inspired me to write a book and share what I have learned with others. The resources which will now be made available as a result of the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act are vital to supporting more health care professionals. Many medical associations are applauding the new legislation. We as medical professionals should not hesitate to avail ourselves of any and all resources designed to help us improve our mental and physical well-being so we can continue to help and heal others.” Anthony Avellino is a pediatric neurosurgeon and the author of Finding Purpose: A Neurosurgeon's Journey of Hope and Healing. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, “New legislation addresses health care professionals' mental health needs.” Did you enjoy today's episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info

    TechTank
    Will Americans finally see bipartisan federal privacy legislation? 

    TechTank

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 35:54


    On TechTank, host Nicol Turner Lee is joined by Cameron Kerry and Jennifer King to discuss the current bipartisan and bicameral draft of the American Data Privacy and Protection Act and whether the U.S. can soon expect national legislation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart
    The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart: June 26, 2022

    The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 87:44


    On this week's special edition of 'The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart': Jonathan is live from the New York City Pride march as many Americans question the future of LGBTQ+ rights following the Supreme Court's reversal of Roe v. Wade. New York Gov. Kathy Hochul drops by to discuss a special legislative session she's calling, in response to the Supreme Court's ruling to strike down her state's concealed-carry law. Plus, Jonathan recaps the fifth January 6 hearing, which zeroed in on Former President Trump's pressure campaign against the Department of Justice. All this and more on this week's episode of 'The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart.'

    PBS NewsHour - Segments
    News Wrap: Biden signs major gun safety legislation

    PBS NewsHour - Segments

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 2:45


    In our news wrap Saturday, President Biden signed bipartisan gun legislation marking the most extensive move toward gun control in years. A federal court blocked the FDA from banning sales of Juul electronic cigarettes, which the agency says are marketed to promote smoking among young people. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

    PBS NewsHour - Health
    News Wrap: Biden signs major gun safety legislation

    PBS NewsHour - Health

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 2:45


    In our news wrap Saturday, President Biden signed bipartisan gun legislation marking the most extensive move toward gun control in years. A federal court blocked the FDA from banning sales of Juul electronic cigarettes, which the agency says are marketed to promote smoking among young people. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

    The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross
    'The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross: June 25, 2022'

    The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 82:47


    On this week's episode of ‘The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross': The Supreme court overturned Roe V. Wade, undoing decades of legal precedent. New York's Attorney General Letitia James drops by to give her reaction to the Supreme Court's decision to strike down her state's law that limited licenses to carry firearms. Meanwhile, President Biden signed the most sweeping gun legislation in almost 30 years into law. Plus, Tiffany recaps the last bombshell to come out of the January 6 hearings. All this and more on this week's episode of ‘The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross.'

    The MFCEO Project
    319. Andy & DJ CTI: Most Significant Gun Control Legislation, President Biden's Cheat Sheet & Dr. Oz Ditches Donald Trump

    The MFCEO Project

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 46:01


    In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss the Senate passing the most significant gun control legislation in decades, a very specific cheat sheet reminding President Biden how to act, and Dr. Oz appearing to ditch Trump months after he was endorsed by the former President.

    The Good News Podcast
    Closing A Loophole

    The Good News Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 3:23


    A loophole is closed in a new gun safety bill.

    How Did They Do It? Real Estate
    SA463 | Opportunity Zone: Basics, Fund Structure, and Tax Deferral Strategies with Ashley Tison

    How Did They Do It? Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 24:47


    Today will be an exciting episode as we'll talk about an investment strategy that most people in real estate don't discuss - the opportunity zone. Join our guest Ashley Tison, opening our eyes to the real benefits and everything we need to know about this subject. So dive in and learn something completely different from this show!Key Takeaways To Listen ForOpportunity zones: What are they, how it works, its principle and conceptHow to identify if a community or a place is an opportunity zoneWays to take advantage of opportunity zones and challenges of setting its fundThe biggest nuance you need to know in terms of opportunity zonesGreat advice on avoiding mistakes when utilizing opportunity zone strategiesInsights and updates on legislation and rules involving opportunity zonesResources Mentioned In This EpisodeOpportunity Zones MapFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Ashley TisonAshley Tison is an Opportunity Zone Sherpa - an attorney and entrepreneur focused on helping real estate investors reduce their tax liability. As co-founder of OZPros.com, he has built a team that is uniquely positioned to handle the real estate, tax, acquisition, and securities nuances that are inherent in opportunity zone deals.    He is passionate about helping ALL business owners, big or small be able to harness the value of Opportunity Zones. He has become a highly sought-after expert in the Opportunity Zones space nationally and brings perspective as an entrepreneur, investor, and consultant.Connect with AshleyWebsite: OZPros.comFacebook: OZProsLinkedIn: OZProsYouTube: OZProsTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorsGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams.

    Start Here
    Uvalde & Guns: New Legislation, Lingering Questions

    Start Here

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 29:33


    As senators agree to introduce a bipartisan gun bill, Texas officials issue scorching analysis of what went wrong in Uvalde. State election officials describe intense pressure from President Trump to take illegal action. And quarterback Deshaun Watson settles 20 of his 24 sexual misconduct lawsuits. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Cal's Week in Review
    Ep. 164: Legislation, Regulation, and Ugly Fish

    Cal's Week in Review

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 30:35


    This week Cal talks about poaching rings, RAWA, turkey trends, and so much more. Connect with Cal and MeatEater Cal on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop Cal's Week in Review Merch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.