ALBANY – Under growing pressure, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, never a fan of public debates with his opponents, on Friday appeared to set the stage for a quick-hit debate that he proposed be held early Saturday morning on a radio station that airs in New York City. Not so fast said Molinaro, who for months has been urging Cuomo to debate. The Republican candidate quickly rejected what he characterized as a haphazardly devised debate with a format put together seemingly on the fly by Cuomo and his radio interviewers. And other minor party candidates, cut out of the one-on-one plan accepted by Cuomo, called any such format unfair to them. “I have no problem fighting against the forces of hate. I don’t. I don’t think it’s an especially constructive dialogue,’’ Cuomo told WCBS radio in New York this morning as interviewers sought to get him to commit to a one-on-one debate with Molinaro. But then, Cuomo said, “If you want to do it Mr. Molinaro, if … [Read more...] about Molinaro rejects Cuomo’s radio debate proposal, calling it ‘a staged fraud’
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While a number of changes to the FCC’s Part 90 rules governing PLMR and CMRS services are scheduled to go into effect on May 14, 2010, interested parties also have until that date to comment on additional, proposed rules. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted several rule changes to Part 90 of the FCC's rules governing Private Land Mobile Radio (PLMR) services and certain Commercial Mobile Radio Services (CMRS). The new Part 90 rules will be effective on May 14, 2010. The FCC has also requested comment on several proposed rules changes. Comments are due on May 14, 2010, with reply comments due on June 1, 2010. The rule changes are part of the FCC's continuing effort to streamline its rules to facilitate new wireless technologies, devices and services and to make the FCC's rules easier for the public to understand. The FCC has revised or eliminated certain provisions in its rules that are duplicative, outmoded or otherwise … [Read more...] about FCC Adopts New Mobile Radio Rules, Seeks Comment on Additional Changes
An older lawyer wants a younger lawyer to return phone calls. The younger lawyer wants the older to return texts. An older lawyer wants to interact face-to-face. The younger lawyer wants to interact electronically. An older lawyer wants to see a younger lawyer well-dressed and at his or her desk. The younger lawyer wants to be casually dressed and working remotely.Have any of these situation come up at your law firm?“A law firm can have as many as four different generations working together at the same time – and often on the same team,” said Caroline Turner. “Each of these generations brings different expectations and styles to the table – depending on the cultural climate in which they grew up. Each generation can be dismissive of the traits of those who are older or younger.”Generations are strongly shaped by historic and technological developments during the first two decades of their lives. These … [Read more...] about Radio-age Meets Internet-age: How Do Different Generations of Lawyers Communicate?
Two Texas lawyers are achieving some fame with a song that warns the marijuana-consuming public about the legal dangers of destroying evidence.The lawyers, Will Hutson and Chris Harris, explain that possession of less than two ounces of marijuana is a Class B misdemeanor in Texas, but it becomes a felony if there is an attempt to destroy it, the Waco Tribune-Herald reports in a story noted by the Wall Street Journal Law Blog.Their song, “Don’t Eat Your Weed,” has gotten radio play and more than 269,000 views on YouTube as of Wednesday night. They have been interviewed on radio stations in El Paso and Salt Lake City, and they are scheduled to appear on a Chicago radio show later this month.“We started out just trying to generate hits on our website to make it more relevant,” Harris told the Tribune-Herald. He adds that the video does not advocate the use of marijuana. The idea is that if you choose to use it, you should be educated.The lawyers have posted … [Read more...] about Lawyers’ ‘Don’t Eat Your Weed’ song gets radio play
Newsom and Cox will face off for California governor Watch Election Night highlights of John Cox and Gavin Newsom in California governor's race. By Up Next × SHARE Watch Election Night highlights of John Cox and Gavin Newsom in California governor's race. By State California’s candidates for governor remain in standoff over debate schedule as CNN shelves hosting plan By MELANIE MASON Los Angeles Times LinkedIn Google+ Pinterest Reddit Print Order Reprint of this Story September 11, 2018 01:00 AM SACRAMENTO, Calif SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With less than two months until Election Day, California's two gubernatorial contenders remained locked in a standoff over whether they'll meet to discuss the issues facing the state. The debate over debates marked a new chapter this week when plans for an Oct. 1 faceoff hosted by CNN fell apart, a network source confirmed on Tuesday. Democratic candidate Gavin Newsom had … [Read more...] about California’s candidates for governor remain in standoff over debate schedule as CNN shelves hosting plan