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Generally Assembled
Razor-Thin Margins - Generally Assembled – 1-13-23

Generally Assembled

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 12:50


Jason Gottesman and co-host Mike Straub talk about the challenges facing the State House when operating with the parties so evenly matched; Also, Coffee and Doomscrolling Twitter Feeds – or how to stay sane during Special Session.

Political Breakdown
Lori Wilson on Her Faith, Family and the Special Session on Oil Prices

Political Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 32:11


Marisa and Guy Marzorati analyze the early field in California's 2024 U.S. Senate race and discuss Gov. Gavin Newsom's budget proposal. Then, Solano County Assemblywoman Lori Wilson joins to talk about the turmoil in her childhood, the role of faith in her life, parenting a transgender child and what Newsom's special session targeting oil prices means for the refinery community in her district. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Weekly Update with Rep. Martin Causer
Special Session, PA529 Savings Plans - Weekly Update with Martin Causer

Weekly Update with Rep. Martin Causer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 5:00


On this Weekly Update with Rep. Martin Causer (R-McKean, Potter & Cameron), we talk about the House return (kind-of) to Special Session, PA529 Savings Plans, and good news for Port Allegany.

PA House
Special Session, PA529 Savings Plans - Weekly Update with Martin Causer

PA House

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 5:00


On this Weekly Update with Rep. Martin Causer (R-McKean, Potter & Cameron), we talk about the House return (kind-of) to Special Session, PA529 Savings Plans, and good news for Port Allegany.

PA House
By the Way… Did You Know… What is Special Session?

PA House

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 16:04


State Rep. Torren Ecker (R- Adams, Cumberland) interviews House Republican Whip Tim O'Neal about special session, why House Rules are so important, and why we need to attend to the business the people elected us to achieve.

The Kongversation: Donkey Kong Universe Discussion
1044 - DKU Tribunal Special Session: Kameo: Elements of Power

The Kongversation: Donkey Kong Universe Discussion

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 109:58


In the final DKU Tribunal Special Session of the season, Hyle and Dustin relitigate the case for Kameo: Element of Power's inclusion in the Donkey Kong Universe! Has Rare's 2005 Xbox 360 launch title been hiding a firm character-based connection to the DKU all along?

Best of Kerry Hines ..
Welcome Back Peggy Dodson UBC-TV ..Special Interview Session "The Hair Radio Show"

Best of Kerry Hines ..

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 31:17


It's nice to have a brand new interview with UBC-TV's Peggy Dodson. She's always so full of energy fun and knowledge for those looking to begin a career in broadcasting and the media.

MidPoint from WMNF News
State Rep. Anna Eskamani on the homeowner's insurance special session

MidPoint from WMNF News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022


State Representative Anna Eskamani on the Florida Legislature special session on insurance and whether there was enough help for homeowners.

The Ryan Gorman Show
Hour 1 - Today's Top Stories, Property Insurance Special Session Breakdown, Dana's Critique of Harry & Meghan

The Ryan Gorman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 32:50


In the 7a hour, NewsRadio WFLA Anchor Chris Trenkman runs through today's top stories. Plus, Trump's big announcement, Dana's recap of Netflix's Harry and Meghan documentary, former Florida State Senator Jeff Brandes discusses the special session on property insurance, and Ryan and Dana chat about some crazy viral stories.

WGY Mornings with Doug Goudie
Interview with @JosephPinion on the Possibility of a Special Session

WGY Mornings with Doug Goudie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 10:15


Got an opinion? If you're listening on the iHeartRadio app, tap the red microphone icon to record & send us your thoughts. Don't have the app? Get it free here ---> https://news.iheart.com/apps/ Follow WGY on social media: instagram.com/wgyradio twitter.

Listen To This Bull LIVE!
Is Florida DOOMED? Florida Special Session Bill!

Listen To This Bull LIVE!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 71:19


Florida wants to remove protection for consumers! What would that look like?

The Ryan Gorman Show
Hour 2 - Property Insurance Special Session Update, Inflation Report Recap, Man/Woman Definition Changes

The Ryan Gorman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 30:59


In the 8a hour, Tampa Bay Times Tallahassee Bureau Reporter Lawrence Mower checks in with an update on the property insurance special session. Plus, NBC News Radio National Correspondent Erin Real with a recap of yesterday's inflation report, Visit St. Pete/Clearwater President & CEO Steve Hayes on tourism across Tampa Bay for 2022, and Ryan and Dana discuss Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, changes to the definitions of man and woman, and Senator-elect John Fetterman's clothing style.

The Ryan Gorman Show
Florida Politics Update: Special Session on Property Insurance

The Ryan Gorman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 9:01


Florida Politics Publisher Peter Schorsch checks in to preview the upcoming special legislative session on Florida's property insurance crisis.

First News with Jimmy Cefalo
12-12-22 Florida State Special Session

First News with Jimmy Cefalo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 6:30


Former U-S George LeMieux *Follow him on Twitter: @George_LeMieux

CATS Roundtable
Former Gov. David Paterson - A special session for Legislative raise?

CATS Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 8:07


Former Gov. David Paterson - A special session for Legislative raise? by John Catsimatidis

The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates
Episode 41: Episode 41 – Special Session Preview

The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 48:13


The Florida Legislature is meeting in special session the week of December 12 to address two issues vital to Florida's economy: disaster relief for Hurricane Ian victims and further insurance consumer protections for homeowners across the state.  Property insurance and reinsurance rates have grown by 100% or more in the past three years, yet insurance companies' losses continue, with six carriers becoming insolvent this year, and 13 others withdrawing coverage, driven in part by a nearly 400% increase in claims litigation since 2013. Former Florida Deputy Insurance Commissioner Lisa Miller talks with a former legislator and the head of an insurance brokerage for their perspective on the problem and what the legislature should do to help fix the Florida insurance market crisis.Show NotesHost Miller was joined by former state representative Andrew Learned, a Democrat from the Tampa Bay area.  During his term, he took a keen interest in the consumer protection side of the property insurance reforms passed by the legislature in 2021 and 2022.  Also joining her was Deb Franklin, Co-CEO of PEAK6 InsurTech, part of the PEAK6 family of companies.  InsurTech provides the technology behind online insurance shopping and offers property and casualty insurance through its Team Focus Insurance Group and WeInsure.  The conversation was part of a webinar hosted by the Florida Housing Coalition on December 2, 2022.  (For full Show Notes, visit https://lisamillerassociates.com/episode-41-special-session-preview/) Host Miller set the table for the conversation, identifying four key focus areas of insurance industry discussion going into the Florida Legislature's December 12 special session:Excessive Litigation – There are renewed calls to eliminate the one-way attorney fees statute altogether, contingency fee multipliers, Assignment of Benefits (AOB) contracts between homeowners and contractors, and reform Bad Faith law under the civil remedy statute. Roof Coverage – The ongoing debate is how carriers can insure roofs, without the coverage being used as a warranty by unscrupulous contractors seeking work or homeowners who fail to perform proper maintenance – and then suing when the claim isn't fully covered.Citizens Property Insurance Corporation Depopulation – The discussion is on how best to return Citizens to being what the 2002 Legislature created, as the “insurer of last resort.”  Those analyzing current numbers say that one of every two policies written by the private market end up at Citizens at renewal because they can't compete on price with Citizens' legislatively-capped rates.Reinsurance Availability – Florida's private insurance market is having difficulty finding adequate capital to purchase reinsurance (insurance for insurance companies) and to write new business.  Reinsurance costs have risen by 30%-70% at the same time that major reinsurance companies are limiting their capacity in the Florida market.  The Legislature is expected to consider providing assistance to improve the availability of reinsurance. “Consumers don't get it.  They don't understand why their rates are climbing or why they're being non-renewed or cancelled,” said Franklin, whose agents are providing extra education and counseling for customers, while finding coverage alternatives.   Former representative Learned, who owns a local student tutoring company, said he heard from many constituents with the same questions and confusion.  “This kind of skirts around the fact that what we've essentially done is socialize our insurance market, and put all of the risk of all these policies in Citizens Property Insurance, which is essentially the taxpayers and anybody who owns a car,” he said.Franklin pointed out that Citizens is now the largest insurance company in the state, with almost 1.2 million policyholders.  She said Florida needs to consider what Louisiana recently did, by allowing Citizens to eliminate its caps and raise rates to actuarially-sound levels.  Both Franklin and Learned said litigation reform is critical.   The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation found that Florida has 7% of homeowners insurance claims in the U.S., yet 76% of homeowners insurance claims lawsuits.  “It's not just that, it's that in an average payout from a lawsuit, the homeowner only got about 9%.  So upwards of 90% is going to lawyers and the insurance companies' lawyers,” said Learned.  “And it's destroying the marketplace for insurance,” added Franklin.  “Private companies are running out of the state as fast as they can because they can't afford to operate here.”Door-to-door and other solicitation by roofers and other contractors, especially post-hurricane, feed the litigation frenzy, with a cottage industry of attorneys who specialize in such litigation.  “To be honest, I think insurance companies do a terrible job.  The problem is they do a terrible job because they are constantly having to beat back fraud claims,” said Learned, who advocates that part of the solution is educating homeowners that “There‘s no such thing as a free roof,” despite the obvious attraction, he said.Host Miller and her guests also discussed the lack of reinsurance availability in Florida, which relies heavily on reinsurance to help pay catastrophic claims from the state's frequent hurricanes and flooding events.  “Because the insurance companies are not capitalized right now the way they should be, a lot of them aren't going to be able to buy reinsurance coverage,” said Franklin, noting that reinsurance prices are going up another 35% to 50%.  “They'll be here for the right price,” she said, in answer to Host Miller's question on whether the reinsurance market is going to be here for Florida's insurance companies in 2023, following Hurricanes Ian and Nicole.Miller and guests also discussed the predominance of flood claims versus wind claims from Hurricane Ian.  Many residents were left without coverage, as standard homeowners policies don't cover storm flooding and they didn't know about or choose to purchase flood insurance.  “The flood losses are the worst,” said Franklin, who spent many days at the insurance villages in Southwest Florida after Ian.  “You lose everything.  Everything's gone.  These people's belongings including their children's clothes and toys are out in front of their home.  It's the worst case scenario for consumers,” she said.  “The time to prepare for these things is years in advance when we make sure that we design a system that works,” added Learned.You can read the latest Hurricane Ian news here.Links and Resources Mentioned in this EpisodePEAK6 InsurTechhttps://andrewlearned.com/Citizens Property Insurance CorporationProperty Insurance Stability Report (Florida Office of Insurance Regulation, July 2022) 2022 Litigation Reform & Consumer Protections (Lisa Miller & Associates)Is the Legislature Poised for Meaningful Reform? (LMA Newsletter of December 5, 2022)Florida Market ‘Plagued' by Attorney Fee-Shifting (LMA Newsletter of December 5, 2022)Florida's Floody Mess (LMA Newsletter of December 5, 2022)Hurricanes Ian & Nicole Latest (LMA Newsletter of December 5, 2022)Florida Housing CoalitionContact Your Legislative Leader: - House Speaker Paul Renner, 850-717-5019, Paul.renner@myfloridahouse.gov - Senate President Kathleen Passidomo, 850-487-5028, Passidomo.kathleen@flsenate.govFlorida Department of Financial Services Consumer Hotline, 1-800-342-2762Hurricane Ian Fraud (LMA Newsletter of October 24, 2022)FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program** The Listener Call-In Line for your recorded questions and comments to air in future episodes is 850-388-8002 or you may send email to LisaMiller@LisaMillerAssociates.com **The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates, brings you the latest developments in Property & Casualty, Healthcare, Workers' Compensation, and Surplus Lines insurance from around the Sunshine State.  Based in the state capital of Tallahassee, Lisa Miller & Associates provides its clients with focused, intelligent, and cost conscious solutions to their business development, government consulting, and public relations needs.  On the web at www.LisaMillerAssociates.com or call 850-222-1041.  Your questions, comments, and suggestions are welcome!  Date of Recording 12/2/2022. Email via info@LisaMillerAssociates.com   Composer: www.TeleDirections.com  © Copyright 2017-2022 Lisa Miller & Associates, All Rights Reserved 

FedSoc Events
Special Session I: Dobbs, Roe, Casey, and the Rule of Law

FedSoc Events

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 100:30


On June 24, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court released a 6-3 decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The Court overruled Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey, holding that the Constitution confers no right to abortion. The Dobbs decision poses critical questions about the Court’s past and future. Is the decision a misguided action or an overdue correction? How will Dobbs frame judicial and legislative disputes over abortion in years to come? What does Justice Alito’s lead decision, together with Justices Thomas and Kavanaugh’s concurrences, project about the Court’s future rulings? Our panel of experts will discuss these issues and more.Featuring:Prof. Mary Anne Case, Arnold I. Shure Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law SchoolProf. David D. Cole, National Director, American Civil Liberties UnionProf. Sherif Girgis, Associate Professor of Law, Notre Dame Law SchoolMs. Carrie Campbell Severino, President, JCNModerator: Hon. Elizabeth "Lisa" Branch, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit

FedSoc Events
Special Session II: Second Amendment: Aftermath of Bruen; What's Next at the State Level?

FedSoc Events

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 89:05


In June 2022, the Supreme Court decided the much-anticipated case, New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen, requiring courts to follow the text, history and tradition of the Second Amendment in evaluating the constitutionality of modern-day gun control laws. Our panel will discuss what Bruen means for Second Amendment rights, gun control laws, and the landscape of litigation over them as well how courts have been applying Bruen. Featuring:Mr. Stephen Halbrook, Senior Fellow, Independent InstituteProf. William Merkel, Associate Professor of Law, Charleston School of LawProf. Mark Smith, Visiting Fellow in Pharmaceutical Public Policy and Law, Department of Pharmacology, University of Oxford; Presidential Scholar and Senior Fellow in Law and Public Policy, The King’s College; Distinguished Scholar and Senior Fellow of Law and Public Policy, Ave Maria School of LawModerator: Hon. Steven J. Menashi, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit

KNX All Local
State lawmakers begin a special session on gas prices--New LA County Supervisor sworn in--Moves to repeal anti-cruising law in Santa Ana

KNX All Local

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 6:04


KQED's The California Report
Special Session To Tackle Possible Penalties For Oil Companies In Effort To Lower Gas Prices

KQED's The California Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 11:35


Oil companies spent big in California's election this year and for good reason: Governor Gavin Newsom is calling on lawmakers to take action to drive down gas prices in a state where drivers pay far more than anywhere else.  Reporter: Marisa Lagos, KQED  California is seeing a surge in new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. But there is some good news. California's top health official says more people are picking up the pace when it comes to getting the updated COVID booster.  Reporter: Kate Wolffe, CapRadio  Moderate weather and well-timed rainstorms helped ensure a mild 2022 fire season in California. But officials remain cautious, even into December. Reporter: Julie Cart, CalMatters

Phil Matier
Governor Newsom calls for special session on oil price gouging

Phil Matier

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 4:03


There were no answers to be found at yesterday's state hearing on why gas prices jumped so high this fall. Governor Newsom has convened a special session for December 5th to pass a price gouging penalty on oil companies. For more KCBS news anchors Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas are joined by KCBS Insider Phil Matier.  

WICC 600
Melissa in the Morning: Special Session

WICC 600

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 38:37


This morning, lawmakers are heading into a special session to tackle the state gas tax extension, bus fares, home heating assistance programs and hero's pay. Senator Tony Hwang shared his prediction for this session and what the future legislative session should look like in 2023. ((00:00)) A few months ago, 200 cats were found in a Connecticut home. What can be done to address animal hoarding situations in the state? Virginia Maxwell spent a 15-year career at the State of Connecticut Forensic Laboratory in the Trace Evidence Section and shared her intel on the problem. ((17:32)) Remote workers don't want to go bac to work in person and more employees are filing lawsuits. But are they justified? We talk to Gary Phelan, a partner at Mitchell and Sheehan about this. ((28:41)) IMAGE CREDIT:  iStock / Getty Images Plus

Take It To The Board with Donna DiMaggio Berger
An Engineer's Perspective on Implementing Florida's New Condo Safety Law with Tim Marshall, Founder and President of A.T. Design

Take It To The Board with Donna DiMaggio Berger

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 75:01


Tim Marshall, a Florida Registered Professional Engineer, Florida Building Inspector, and a Special Inspector, sits down with host Donna DiMaggio Berger and discusses just how busy his days have become since the passage of SB 4D, the new safety law in Florida requiring thousands of older coastal buildings to undertake milestone inspections within the next two (2) years. Founded in 1986, Tim is also the president of A.T. Design. A.T. Design provides forensic structural investigations, concrete deterioration and restoration investigations and assessment, roof investigation and consulting, construction management and project administration, hurricane damage inspections, post tension cable repair, expert testimony and more. The passage of SB 4-D during the Florida Legislature's Special Session in May 2022, requires significant changes for thousands of Florida multifamily communities. These changes include mandated engineering inspections and reports, new structural integrity reserve studies and non-waivable, full funding of certain reserves. Conversation highlights include:The new safety law is tied to building height but how is that height calculated?Find out how a structural engineer determines if substantial structural deterioration exists.What credentials are required to qualify as a Special Inspector and when are their services needed?Just how significant is the structural engineer shortage in Florida?What qualifications does an Engineering Intern have and can an intern assist with any aspect of the milestone inspection?Engineers are required to notify the local building department if they find life safety issues in a building. Other than the obvious inconvenience to the residents associated with an evacuation, why would engineers be reluctant to order evacuations if there are serious life safety concerns in a building?What should the role of local government be in terms of ensuring that residential buildings remain safe for occupancy?Find out how often Tim is asked to attend board or membership meetings, how well attended those meetings are and how strong he must be when attempting to communicate a structural issue.What can the average community resident do to become more aware of a building's condition?What resources are available to boards when they are looking to hire an engineer?How often do boards seek a peer review on an engineering report and is that advisable?BONUS: Tim discusses the average length of a 40- or 50-year certification report, its costs, and the preferred engineering language to use in those reports.

Capitol Weekly Podcast
Special Episode - A Post-Mortem of the Election: A Look Ahead

Capitol Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 57:29


This episode was recorded Thursday, November 10 at Capitol Weekly's Post-Mortem of the 2022 Election, which was held via Zoom.This Panel, the third of the day, analyzed the results of the midterm and offers a look ahead. What happens now? Does Gov. Newsom push ahead with a presidential campaign? What does the Speakership battle portend? What's next in the battle over abortion rights? And what's with the “Special Session” targeting oil companies – substantive plan or political theater?Panelists: Nathan Click, Click Strategies; Jodi Hicks, Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California; Victoria Rome, Natural Resources Defense Council; Rob Stutzman, Stutzman Public Affairs. The panels was moderated by Dan Morain, Author and journalist.

The Rick Roberts Show
Rick Roberts: Trump Mar-a-Lago Special Session

The Rick Roberts Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 11:45


David Coale, Constitutional Attorney and partner with the law firm of Lynn, Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann, joined the show to talk about AG Garland and his special counsel to investigate Trump on Mar-a-Lago documents and Jan. 6. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

What's Going On
What's Going on - Season 3, 11.17.22

What's Going On

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 29:03


Pastor Katie gives an update on the disaffiliation process from the UMC church and why and explains why some churches are choosing to disaffiliate. She also clarifies what the Special Session will consist of this Saturday, November 19th

The Clay Edwards Show
FRED SHANKS DISCUSSING THE SPECIAL SESSION (Ep #384 / Clip)

The Clay Edwards Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 14:35


Clip From Ep #384 Of The Clay Edwards Show On 103.9 WYAB   1. Rep. Fred Shanks joins to discuss the special session and talk about economic development in Mississippi Check out my website & all of my social channels by clicking my link tree at www.solo.to/clayedwards

It's a New Day with Rip Daniels
788: It's a New Day: 11-3-22: MS Special Session

It's a New Day with Rip Daniels

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 146:00


Breaking down the Special Session called by Governor Tate Reeves for a plant project in the Golden Triangle, Kyrie Irving's apology after sharing a post to social media deemed antisemitic, and a survey where Florida student athletes are asked to report their menstrual history. 

Mississippi Edition
11/2/2022 - Special Session Preview | Mississippi River Drought | Searching for Freedom Summer

Mississippi Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 23:59


The Governor calls a special session of the legislature with his sights on a massive economic development project.Then, communities along the Mississippi River continue to feel the pain of sustained drought.Plus, this week's History is Lunch examines the stories behind the some of the unidentified Black bodies found during the Freedom Summer of 1964. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Clay Edwards Show
SPECIAL SESSION NEWS W/ STEVEN UTROSKA & DANA CRISWELL (Ep #383) 11/02/22

The Clay Edwards Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 57:00


Full Ep #383 Of The Clay Edwards Show On 103.9 WYAB   Guest Host Steven Utroska W/ Guest Dana Criswell 1. Steven Utroska fills in for Clay today to discuss the special session called by Tate Reeves so Mississippi can give more of the tax payers money to a multi-billion dollar woke company to bring jobs here. Mississippi is planning on giving them $250 million dollars for 1,000 jobs (that's us paying $250,000 per job) Check out Steven's website at www.libertysteven.com Check out my website & all of my social channels by clicking my link tree at www.solo.to/clayedwards

Show-Me Institute Podcast
Special Session Recap, KC's Westside and Food Truck News

Show-Me Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 29:50


David Stokes, Patrick Ishmael and Avery Frank join Zach Lawhorn to discuss the special session, a property tax scheme in KC, the latest on food truck restrictions in Ladue and a new TIF in Chesterfield. Produced by Show-Me Opportunity

WisPolitics Midday
GOP gavel in and out of Evers' referendum special session as Johnson floats abortion referendum

WisPolitics Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 10:06


This week's Midday podcast covers the Legislature quickly gaveling in and out of a special session Gov. Tony Evers called to take up a measure that would allow voters to weigh in on statewide referendums. U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson also this week pitched his idea to have a 10-option referendum on when abortions should be allowed.

WORT Local News
Special Session On Ballot Initiatives Lasts 15 Seconds In State Senate

WORT Local News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 48:51


This is your WORT local news for Tuesday, October 4.The Wisconsin Legisature's special session to allow ballot initiatives in the state lasts all of 15 seconds…Preliminary data from a PFAS removal study at the Dane County airport shows promising results…And in the second half, a popular source of income for U-W students closes its doors, a refresher on protecting yourself and wildlife during hunting seasons, and a mysterious star dims in deep space.

Mark Reardon Show
Missouri Special Session wraps in the House!

Mark Reardon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 38:14


Hour 3: Missouri State Representative Mary Elizabeth Coleman joins Mark Reardon to discuss the Missouri Special Session which was looking at a special tax cut. Then, author Ed Wheatley shares the forgotten sports' history of the town he calls America's best sports town, St. Louis! Later, Bob Ibach with Nikko Sports discusses a special commemorative baseball bat to honor Albert Pujols for reaching 700 career homeruns!

Capitol Insider from KGOU
Second Oklahoma legislative special session almost completed

Capitol Insider from KGOU

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 5:30


Lawmakers returned to the Capitol on Wednesday to appropriate about $1.4 billion in federal ARPA funding, and despite debate over how the funds should be used, the work is finished unless a small group of legislators succeeds in extending the session to consider other issues.

Mark Reardon Show
Reardon Roundtable tackles the MO Special Session tax cuts

Mark Reardon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 10:26


Missouri State Representatives Steve Butz and Nick Schroer & Former Missouri State Senator Jeff Smith join The Mark Reardon Show to discuss what is going on with the Missouri Special Session in regards to the potential income tax cuts.

Dakota Datebook
September 23: 1919 Special Session

Dakota Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 2:58


The year 1919 saw a lot of turbulence, in many ongoing matters, and especially politically in North Dakota. The North Dakota governor was Lynn Frazier, the Nonpartisan League was a major player in politics, and World War I had recently ended.

Mark Reardon Show
Missouri Senator Rehder has an Update on the Tax Cut Plan

Mark Reardon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 34:26


In Hour 2 of the Mark Reardon Show, we get Sue's news, with Sue giving us facts about Fall, Music Revenue, and a way to make $50,000 eating Ice Cream.  Missouri State Senator Holly Thompson Rehder calls in to talk about her new book, "CinderGirl: Growing Up  America's Fringe."  Senator Rehder also has an update on the tax cut plan up for debate in the Missouri Legislature's Special Session.

Best of Columbia On Demand
(AUDIO): State Sen. Mike Bernskoetter (R-Jefferson City) discusses special session on 939 the Eagle's "Wake Up Mid-Missouri"

Best of Columbia On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 10:25


The Missouri Senate Appropriations Committee held hearings on 13 different bills today relating to the special session. They primarily involve state income taxes and agriculture, the two components of Governor Mike Parson's special session call. State Sen. Mike Bernskoetter (R-Jefferson City) joined us live on 939 the Eagle's "Wake Up Mid-Missouri" this morning, telling listeners that he believes a bill will pass:

Heartland POD
Missouri's (Not So) Special Session w/ Rep. Peter Merideth; Kansas Gets Help From Feds With Criminal Officer; Patagonia owner's altruistic ends?; What's Your Tipping Point Race in 2022?

Heartland POD

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 91:08


Heartland POD on Twitter - @TheHeartlandPOD Co-HostsAdam Sommer @Adam_Sommer85Rachel Parker @RaichetPSean Diller @SeanDillerCO True Or False Missouri Special Session Will Be A FailureMO GOP (shockingly) having trouble finding consensushttps://missouriindependent.com/2022/09/14/multiple-plans-emerge-as-missouri-lawmakers-begin-governors-tax-cut-special-session/The imagery of legislators meeting with temporary tables on a concrete floor in a state with serious issues - MO Dept of Health Services wildly understaffedPeter Merideth via twitter: https://twitter.com/PeterforMO/status/1570391147138138112?s=20&t=xDkLgvO8TBBZhl8KBpqLqAYeah NoMissouri not along needing the Feds to clean up, former Kansas police officer picked up by FedsGolubski retired in 2010 from the Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department as a captain after 35 years on the force. After leaving KCK, and collecting his pension, he went to the Edwardsville Police Department, where he worked as a detective until 2016.Wrongful convictions, sexual assault of prisonershttps://www.kansascity.com/news/local/crime/article265850391.html?ac_cid=DM697886&ac_bid=884144940Buy or SellPatagonia Company donation in inspirational story of Billionaire with virtuesPatagonia is donating the company, putting it into a Trust for management and pledging to use funds to fight climate change, at least that is the initial story hereStrikingly different headlineshttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-09-15/patagonia-billionaire-who-gave-up-company-skirts-700-million-tax-hithttps://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/14/climate/patagonia-climate-philanthropy-chouinard.htmlhttps://finance.yahoo.com/news/patagonia-founder-gives-away-company-225355735.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAILl-4aAYvs4GzXIIBKYtUl9FdWUWiS9wBmbpMYqOBuvoo1RJSYBk3wHACLKStYNKsZt_BnQsJGxxayweCFBWnPfnOudbKpCOabMiyc5-AwQrbtmZdVaIDaHeSNxBrhsv90vDenthoCurWnXYtYwoABADVyjttfp7a46j8Sd573kMeanwhile, Bezos, Musk, Buffet…Big One - What's The 2022 Tipping Point Race?Lindsey Graham wants national abortion banTennessee storyhttps://tennesseelookout.com/2022/09/16/waiting-for-the-test-case-lawyers-say-prosecutions-inevitable-under-tennessee-abortion-ban/Ted Cruz is killing anti trust legislation https://www.politico.com/news/2022/09/08/content-moderation-blows-up-journalism-antitrust-bill-00055556Meanwhile Biden is seeing resurgence in approval and policy goals are happening in many areas Dems letting GOP up on marriage equality vote https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/15/politics/same-sex-marriage-senate-vote/index.html?adobe_mc=TS=1663345542%7CMCMID=90606959783237357658733234927130763901%7CMCAID=216C424628A0424C-127F0E3347AC616F%7CMCORGID=7FF852E2556756057F000101%2540AdobeOrg Imagine a race that if it went to a Democrat would mean that Dems have had a truly good midterms EXAMPLE: Missouri would mean that the GOP has collapsed like supernova Expecting Pennsylvania gore DemWhat about Florida Governor? https://heartlandpod.com/Twitter: @TheHeartlandPOD"Change The Conversation"

The Gateway
Thursday, September 15, 2022 - Missouri's special session begins

The Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 7:23


Lawmakers have gathered in Jefferson City for the beginning of the annual veto session and a special session that is supposed to be centered around tax cuts and credits. However, not all of the bills introduced on the first day are related to taxes.

Breaking Battlegrounds
Austin Knudsen on the Fentanyl Crisis and Increasing Energy Costs

Breaking Battlegrounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 65:14


This week on Breaking Battlegrounds, Chuck and Sam are joined by Austin Knudsen, Republican Attorney General for Montana. Later in the show, Michael McKenna of the Washington Times calls into the show.-Austin Knudsen grew up just outside of Culbertson, in the northeast corner of Montana, where his family has farmed and ranched for five generations. Austin grew up participating in 4-H, raising steers to show at the fair, and Future Farmers of America (FFA) throughout high school. In fact, Austin met his wife, Christie, while they both served as FFA State Officers during their freshman year at Montana State University-Bozeman.Austin put himself through college in Bozeman working jobs at the local butcher shop and a hardware store, and returning each summer to work on the family farm and ranch, growing wheat and sugar beets, and raising angus cattle. Austin and Christie were married shortly after graduation and moved to Missoula where Austin earned his law degree from the University of Montana.After law school, Austin and Christie moved their young family back to the farm and ranch where Austin worked at a law firm in Plentywood before opening his own practice in Culbertson. As a private attorney, Austin represented just about every kind of legal case imaginable, including estate planning, probate, civil litigation, land use, oil and gas, and real estate transactions.In 2010, Austin defeated a two-term incumbent and was elected to serve as the Representative for House District 34. While serving in Helena, Austin quickly noticed the extent of the disconnect between Helena bureaucrats and the political insiders and the rest of the people across Montana, so he pursued leadership roles in his caucus and was elected Speaker Pro Tempore during his second session. During his third and fourth sessions in 2015 and 2017, Austin was elected by all 100 members of the House of Representatives to lead them as Speaker of the House. Austin was one of the youngest people to serve as Speaker in Montana history — and in the nation. Austin was also the only two-term Speaker since term limits were imposed.The Knudsen family lived just about as far from Helena as any other legislator, so during the sessions Austin and Christie and their three kids — Leah, Connor, and Reagan — would move as a family to Helena. As a Legislator and Speaker, Austin worked to ensure his constituents had a voice, and that taxpayers were getting the most out of the hard-earned money they send to the state. In addition to his maximum four legislative sessions, Austin presided over a 2017 Special Session in which he led a united Republican caucus to defeat multiple tax increase attempts by the Governor.Back in Culbertson as a private attorney, Austin was astounded by the lack of prosecutions coming out of the County Attorney's office, and the illegal drugs and related crime that was devastating his community. Following a drive-by shooting outside of their kids' school, Austin and Christie knew they had to do more to make their community safe, and in 2018 Austin was elected Roosevelt County Attorney.As a county prosecutor, Austin worked hand-in-hand with the full range of law enforcement personnel, including on the Fort Peck Reservation, to ramp up prosecutions and put violent offenders behind bars. In 2020, Austin ran for Montana Attorney General because the illegal drug pandemic and resulting violence are a statewide problem. In fact, violent crime has increased more than 30% in just over a decade.As Attorney General, Austin has made combating the drug pandemic and supporting law enforcement a main focus — ensuring that Montana is a safe place to live and raise a family.-Michael McKenna, a columnist for The Washington Times, is the president of MWR Strategies. He was most recently a deputy assistant to the president and deputy director of the Office of Legislative Affairs at the White House. He can be reached at mike@mwrstrat.com.-Connect with us:www.breakingbattlegrounds.voteTwitter: www.twitter.com/Breaking_BattleFacebook: www.facebook.com/breakingbattlegroundsInstagram: www.instagram.com/breakingbattlegroundsLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/breakingbattlegrounds This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit breakingbattlegrounds.substack.com

IBC Podcast
Special Session: From Prison to Pastor (Juan R. Lopez)

IBC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 45:09


Stay tuned for more content and interviews from Pastor Lopez coming soon.For more info about the Christian Leadership program, the sponsor of this episode, visit https://indianabible.college/programs/christian-leadership/.Fall Preview Weekend registration opens September 15th. For more information, visit https://indianabible.college/preview-weekend/Mid-America Revival Conference happens September 8 - 9 at Calvary Tabernacle. Learn more about this improved conference at: https://www.calvarytabindy.com/marcLooking for IBC merch or music? The IBC Store has you covered. Visit https://store.indianabible.college

Bannon's War Room
Episode 2132: MAGA Rally Turn Out Trump's Biden's Weak Crowds; Biased Media Meltdown Over Special Session; Footage Shows Ballot Stuffing In Key BattleGround State

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 Very Popular


Episode 2132: MAGA Rally Turn Out Trump's Biden's Weak Crowds; Biased Media Meltdown Over Special Session; Footage Shows Ballot Stuffing In Key BattleGround State

Bourbon in The Back Room
The Upcoming Special Session, Reforming Foster Care, and UofSC's Board Controversy - With Senator Katrina Shealy (R)

Bourbon in The Back Room

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 42:47


 Vincent and Joel sit down with Senator Katrina Shealy (R) for a discussion on SC politics, the upcoming Special Session and what will happen there, the future of abortion in SC, how the four new animal members of the Senator's family are doing, Child I.D. kits in school, Why the NFL recognized Senator Shealy, What is happening with our Foster System, and so much more. The Senators discuss Lindsey Graham's recent controversies, the latest news, and give real perspective on today's most pressing issues. Hear an insider tell us what actually is happening behind the scenes at our state capital!Get your latest Statehouse update and hear firsthand the rationale behind some of the legislature's controversial bills. Join Senators Sheheen and Lourie in this week's episode where they take a deeper look at upcoming legislation and lawmakers' actions in S.C.  

Chicks on the Right Podcast
Abdul joins to recap special session and talk about Joe Hogsett

Chicks on the Right Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 10:46


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CATS Roundtable
Former Gov. David Paterson - Governor should consider a special session for crime

CATS Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 9:35


Former Gov. David Paterson - Governor should consider a special session for crime by John Catsimatidis

Chicks on the Right Podcast
Special Session update

Chicks on the Right Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 10:30


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Chicks on the Right Podcast
Nikki Kelly from Indiana Capital Chronicle joins to preview the start of the Special Session

Chicks on the Right Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 8:34


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Chicks on the Right Podcast
Mike Schmuhl joins to talk about the special session

Chicks on the Right Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 12:04


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