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    October 15, 2019


    20:30:18:02>>>Coming up next on
    20:30:20:09 “Arizona Horizon,” a 20:30:21:11 monsoon update after
    20:30:22:12 damaging storms roll 20:30:23:11 through the valley.
    20:30:26:03>>>Also tonight, increasing 20:30:27:21 talk of major light rail
    20:30:28:20 expansion. 20:30:30:13>>>And the owner of a
    20:30:31:25 clothing company is giving 20:30:32:27 more than the shirt off his
    20:30:33:25 back to help those with 20:30:34:27 special needs.
    20:30:36:04>>>Those stories next on 20:30:36:26 “Arizona Horizon.”
    20:30:39:06>>”Arizona Horizon” is made 20:30:40:12 possible by contributions from
    20:30:41:22 the friends of eight, members 20:30:42:27 of your Arizona PBS station.
    20:30:44:23 Thank you. 20:30:48:21>>>Good evening and welcome
    20:30:49:22 to “Arizona Horizon.” 20:30:50:23 I’m Ted Simons.
    20:30:52:01 Heavy rains hit the valley 20:30:53:08 last night resulting in
    20:30:54:09 flooding, downed trees, and 20:30:56:00 over a dozen water rescues
    20:30:57:21 of stranded motorists. 20:30:58:28 Joining us now is Nancy
    20:31:00:00 selover, the state 20:31:01:08 climatologist, and a resident
    20:31:03:00 of an area near south mountain 20:31:04:25 that was hit especially hard.
    20:31:05:21 Good to have you here. 20:31:07:15 Thanks for joining us.
    20:31:08:17>>Thank you. 20:31:09:01>>What did you see�– you’re
    20:31:10:18 by south mountain, correct? 20:31:12:09>>Yes.
    20:31:12:22>>What did you see last night? 20:31:14:02>>We had an extreme rainfall
    20:31:16:15 event that was tropical 20:31:17:28 moisture.
    20:31:19:01 We had some dynamics, very 20:31:21:24 unstable atmosphere and
    20:31:25:02 everything came together to 20:31:26:00 squeeze that water out.
    20:31:26:27 We had 3.37 inches at my house 20:31:30:12 in 100 minutes.
    20:31:32:08>>What is 3.37�– 3�1/3 in a
    20:31:36:04 little over an hour and a half? 20:31:37:23>>Yes.
    20:31:38:06>>I was going to ask if this 20:31:39:12 is typical.
    20:31:40:13 That doesn’t sound typical. 20:31:41:28>>No, that is not typical.
    20:31:44:15>>What happened here? 20:31:46:15>>Incredible amount of
    20:31:47:12 moisture that had come up from 20:31:49:11 Mexico, tropical moisture.
    20:31:51:01 We saw low cloud levels, and it 20:31:53:12 didn’t take much to raise that
    20:31:54:15 up and get that�– get those 20:31:56:10 rain events to start happening.
    20:31:57:26 And it just sat over south 20:32:02:10 mountain for a period of time.
    20:32:06:02 Graphic lifting, surface 20:32:07:23 heating, some dynamics, what we
    20:32:09:22 call an inverted trough, low 20:32:12:05 pressure system and additional
    20:32:16:07 positive�– spinning. 20:32:20:03>>It seemed like it parked
    20:32:21:27 over south mountain. 20:32:22:26 It came from Mexico.
    20:32:23:27 Could you see it building? 20:32:25:03 Was it waxing and waning?
    20:32:27:11>>The weather service knew the 20:32:29:17 moisture was up there.
    20:32:30:10 The storms themselves, single 20:32:31:27 storm doesn’t form down in
    20:32:33:02 Mexico and typically continue 20:32:34:13 just as one storm.
    20:32:35:09 It is just a continual 20:32:37:16 reformation of a storm cell.
    20:32:39:23 One dies out and the next one 20:32:41:09 forms.
    20:32:42:04>>It forms in Mexico, moves up 20:32:43:22 here in various forms.
    20:32:44:19 This one parked over south 20:32:45:27 mountain and went nuts on your
    20:32:47:04 house in that area out there 20:32:49:05 where they stranded motorists
    20:32:51:22 and everything. 20:32:52:22 Where does a system like this
    20:32:54:05 go? 20:32:54:18 How far north does it go?
    20:32:56:03>>This one didn’t go too 20:32:57:17 terribly far past south
    20:32:58:29 mountain and kind of fell 20:33:00:16 apart.
    20:33:01:01 There was a little 20:33:02:09 redevelopment, later in the
    20:33:05:06 day, formation over the west 20:33:06:21 valley as it went north but it
    20:33:08:20 dumped its load on south 20:33:10:15 mountain.
    20:33:10:25 There wasn’t enough moisture 20:33:12:13 left after that to really
    20:33:14:14 provide too much rainfall. 20:33:16:27>>Monsoon, storms in general,
    20:33:19:02 it seems like they bounce off 20:33:20:27 the rim and come back.
    20:33:22:15 Or go straight up. 20:33:23:12 They don’t go to Canada.
    20:33:24:27 How far north do they go? 20:33:26:17>>Monsoon moisture typically
    20:33:27:28 goes into northern Arizona. 20:33:30:00 If we get a storm or a system
    20:33:33:16 that moves up the Colorado 20:33:35:00 river, lower Colorado river
    20:33:36:20 valley, it will go up through 20:33:38:05 into Las Vegas and it will dump
    20:33:39:26 a bunch of precipitation on 20:33:41:15 them up there and it doesn’t
    20:33:42:27 usually�– moisture doesn’t 20:33:44:05 usually go much further north
    20:33:45:11 than that. 20:33:46:00>>So, obviously, this was�–
    20:33:47:23 you said�– what happened on 20:33:49:00 south mountain could
    20:33:51:06 legitimately be described as a 20:33:52:20 once in a thousand year event.
    20:33:54:12>>Yes, based on the annual 20:33:55:26 return interval from the NOAA
    20:33:58:19 atLAS 14 precipitation 20:34:03:01 frequency tables, yes.
    20:34:04:12>>The fact that it parked on 20:34:05:27 the mountain, not necessarily
    20:34:07:18 the amount of moisture in the 20:34:08:22 storm but that it stopped there
    20:34:10:02 and dumped. 20:34:11:06>>Tables calculated based on
    20:34:12:20 how long a time it rains and 20:34:14:01 how much rain falls in that
    20:34:16:00 time. 20:34:16:08 If you had two inches in 10
    20:34:18:12 minutes, that would be a very, 20:34:20:01 very significant event.
    20:34:21:15 Something that you would not 20:34:22:24 anticipate happening
    20:34:23:21 frequently. 20:34:24:21 In this case, we had a 200-year
    20:34:27:16 event, if I looked at 10 minute 20:34:30:06 precipitation, highest 10
    20:34:31:14 minute value. 20:34:32:12 Highest 50 minute value, and
    20:34:33:28 the highest 90 minute or two 20:34:36:03 hour value, we were at a
    20:34:37:18 thousand year event. 20:34:39:03>>Looking at washes, I think
    20:34:40:10 these were around your house 20:34:41:13 and the washes, something like
    20:34:43:00 this, will change the nature of 20:34:44:14 the landscape, won’t it?
    20:34:46:15>>It absolutely will. 20:34:47:24 When you get that�– very steep
    20:34:49:23 terrain up there. 20:34:50:12 When you get that water that
    20:34:51:21 falls that quickly, it doesn’t 20:34:53:12 infiltrate.
    20:34:53:21 It just runs off the surface 20:34:55:12 and as it moves, it gains power
    20:34:57:11 and steam and more and more 20:34:59:11 water comes down and it picks
    20:35:01:06 up and carries larger and 20:35:02:26 larger particles, and pretty
    20:35:05:02 soon gravel and rocks and then 20:35:06:11 it is ripping trees out and
    20:35:08:11 carrying limbs and bushes down. 20:35:09:29 When it gets to the end of the
    20:35:11:06 wash, for example, in our 20:35:13:02 neighborhood, we have culverts
    20:35:15:00 that go under the street to 20:35:16:19 drain the wash.
    20:35:17:24 Culverts about 3�1/2 foot in 20:35:19:18 diameter with a grading on
    20:35:20:18 them. 20:35:20:27 The bottom part of the culvert
    20:35:22:21 got filled with mud and sand. 20:35:24:06 But then the top part was
    20:35:26:10 blocked when all of the bushes 20:35:27:26 and branches and things came
    20:35:29:10 down. 20:35:29:19 The water came up over the
    20:35:30:20 wash, out of the wash, over the 20:35:32:03 street, down on the other side
    20:35:33:09 of the street and started to 20:35:34:15 scour out the dirt over there.
    20:35:36:15>>So, the concept of cleaning 20:35:38:00 up after the storm, yeah, you
    20:35:39:13 have to clean up. 20:35:40:07 You also have to look at what
    20:35:41:20 has changed and start preparing 20:35:43:14 for the next storm.
    20:35:44:15>>Sure, sure. 20:35:45:04 We have to clean out the washes
    20:35:46:14 and get those things unblocked 20:35:47:27 so that the water stays where
    20:35:49:02 it is supposed to stay. 20:35:50:08>>The monsoon so far, other
    20:35:52:23 than this obviously, other than 20:35:54:21 that, Mrs.�Lincoln, how did
    you 20:35:58:15 like the play?
    20:35:59:24 Other than that, pretty 20:36:01:29 typical.
    20:36:02:20>>So far normal�– sky harbor, 20:36:04:26 this year, donut hole�– Tucson
    20:36:07:25 airport last year�– a lot of 20:36:09:14 rain in Tucson but not at the
    20:36:11:10 airport. 20:36:11:21 This year, the airport here has
    20:36:14:10 not yet had its rainfall. 20:36:16:23 I think it still will.
    20:36:19:00>>You think the monsoon has 20:36:21:03 some punch left in it.
    20:36:23:05>>Another four weeks. 20:36:24:02>>And that would be not so
    20:36:25:11 unusual. 20:36:25:26>>No.
    20:36:27:10>>Does it seem like in the old 20:36:29:14 days, east side, east valley,
    20:36:31:20 eastern parts would always get 20:36:32:24 the rain and you would feel
    20:36:34:00 sorry for the folks, almost 20:36:35:04 like in the west valley, they
    20:36:36:17 wouldn’t get the storms. 20:36:37:15 They wouldn’t get the rain.
    20:36:38:17 It seems like they’re getting a
    20:36:40:06 lot of storms these days. 20:36:42:28 Is that just me?
    20:36:43:24 What’s going on here? 20:36:45:08>>Partly depends on where that
    20:36:47:04 moisture and where the core of 20:36:48:15 the monsoon sets up in Mexico.
    20:36:50:13 If sometimes it is over to the 20:36:52:03 east side, so the southeastern
    20:36:54:03 part of Arizona gets that or 20:36:55:13 the storms go up through
    20:36:57:15 western Mexico, and some years 20:36:59:29 the central path is up the
    20:37:03:22 lower Colorado river. 20:37:05:10 And then sometimes just up
    20:37:06:24 through central Arizona. 20:37:07:28 So, where in Phoenix that
    20:37:12:00 splits, east valley, west 20:37:13:27 valley, it’s always hard to
    20:37:15:28 say. 20:37:16:05 It is not a pattern.
    20:37:17:06 It is not just creeping in one 20:37:18:16 direction.
    20:37:18:29>>We are not seeing 20:37:20:18 necessarily�–
    20:37:20:27>>A trend�– 20:37:21:21>>More people out there, and
    20:37:22:28 more people saying it is 20:37:24:04 raining out there.
    20:37:24:29>>They’re noticing it. 20:37:26:02>>EL Nino�– what is going
    on 20:37:31:20 this winter
    20:37:32:09>>Coming and going and on 20:37:34:03 again and off again.
    20:37:34:29 At the moment, it looks like it 20:37:36:25 will have something.
    20:37:37:18 Looking like it might be 20:37:38:26 moderate to weak, not
    20:37:40:07 necessarily strong, although 20:37:42:04 that keeps changing.
    20:37:43:06 It is hard to say. 20:37:44:08 If it is a moderate EL Nino,
    20:37:46:16 then we typically would get a 20:37:48:10 little more precipitation in
    20:37:49:14 the winter than we usually get. 20:37:51:08 And the past three winters have
    20:37:53:20 been consecutively dry. 20:37:56:15 We’re happy for anything.
    20:37:57:24>>Moderate EL Nino is a good 20:37:59:24 thing.
    20:37:59:27 What does that mean for the 20:38:02:11 mountains in Colorado?
    20:38:03:15>>It doesn’t make so much 20:38:05:04 difference.
    20:38:05:26 Colorado�– EL Nino, southern 20:38:08:13 tier states that provide us
    20:38:09:23 with more moisture than normal. 20:38:11:24 Colorado, northern California,
    20:38:12:27 they don’t usually get a huge 20:38:16:08 impact.
    20:38:16:23>>The Colorado river water, 20:38:18:11 the mountains, hard to tell
    20:38:19:27 though. 20:38:20:09>>The good news for us, last
    20:38:21:17 year it was our third 20:38:23:07 consecutive dry year in the
    20:38:24:09 state, but Colorado, Rockies 20:38:26:21 got a lot of precipitation,
    20:38:28:12 they had a lot of snow pack and 20:38:30:01 that helped bring�– up a
    20:38:33:20 little bit. 20:38:34:16 Not huge.
    20:38:35:07>>That is still a major 20:38:36:09 concern.
    20:38:39:01 Good to have you here. 20:38:40:06>>Thank you.
    20:38:47:09 MM 20:39:47:27>>>The city of Phoenix wants
    20:39:48:24 to triple light rail over the 20:39:49:24 next 30 years.
    20:39:50:27 The city has formed a 20:39:51:25 committee to look into light
    20:39:52:24 rail expansion along with 20:39:53:25 street and bus service
    20:39:54:28 improvements. 20:39:56:03 Here with more on the plans
    20:39:57:18 is Phoenix city councilwoman 20:39:58:17 Thelda Williams.
    20:39:59:09 Good to have you here. 20:40:00:09 Thanks for joining us.
    20:40:01:05>>Thank you, Tim. 20:40:02:17>>Citizens committee formed,
    20:40:03:21 again, the focus is on 20:40:05:18 expansion, light rail, bus
    20:40:06:28 service, street, how much 20:40:08:14 expansion are we talking here?
    20:40:10:11>>We’re hoping a lot. 20:40:12:17 Everywhere�– we’re hoping we
    20:40:14:23 come up with maybe a 30-year 20:40:16:10 plan that we could actually get
    20:40:17:17 the light rail not only to 20:40:19:03 Metro center in the north, west
    20:40:25:19 camel back, down central, and 20:40:29:04 ideally economy improves, we
    20:40:31:18 could get to paradise valley 20:40:33:20 mall.
    20:40:34:04>>I want to get some of the 20:40:35:06 lines in particular in a
    20:40:36:00 second. 20:40:36:12 Are those lines approved by
    20:40:37:25 anything or anyone or are those 20:40:39:20 just plans that have been�–
    20:40:42:04 somewhat in concrete? 20:40:43:14>>Well, actually, the Metro
    20:40:46:10 design is underway. 20:40:50:01 Camelback, going out around the
    20:40:52:07 capital, out camelback, that 20:40:54:24 one is on the books, ready to
    20:40:56:24 go. 20:40:57:12>>Okay.
    20:40:57:23 And south of down central is 20:41:00:17 just in the preliminary stages.
    20:41:03:08>>Let’s go to these. 20:41:04:16 We will start with the one
    20:41:05:18 going from Christown to Metro 20:41:09:16 center.
    20:41:10:00 There is the map there. 20:41:10:28 This would start in 2016 and
    20:41:12:16 end, what, in 2026, something 20:41:14:15 like that?
    20:41:15:09>>Well, that’s what it is on 20:41:17:13 the books for.
    20:41:18:09 I’m optimistic that it would be 20:41:20:12 much quicker than that.
    20:41:21:17>>Yeah, although I read 20:41:22:29 somewhere this may not start
    20:41:24:12 until 2023 until some of the 20:41:26:09 money starts to come in.
    20:41:27:06>>It depends on the funding, 20:41:29:00 and the fed funding.
    20:41:30:09>>Another one from downtown, 20:41:31:19 west out to the capital and
    20:41:33:17 then along I-10. 20:41:36:11 How far along�–
    20:41:37:08>>I think that is the 20:41:39:02 longer�–
    20:41:39:27>>It has changed already. 20:41:43:21>>I-10 didn’t work for many
    20:41:46:08 reasons. 20:41:46:18 It probably will go across
    20:41:48:10 camelback in some fashion. 20:41:49:26>>What we are looking at here
    20:41:51:08 may not be the end result. 20:41:52:18 How would it go straight north
    20:41:53:29 then? 20:41:54:12 How�– I don’t understand.
    20:41:55:17>>It kind of winds around to 20:41:57:09 get up north.
    20:41:58:15 That had so many problems, and 20:42:01:10 it was going to be so much more
    20:42:03:01 expensive that they had to 20:42:05:28 abandon that plan.
    20:42:06:24>>But it would still go out to 20:42:08:20 the capitol.
    20:42:09:12>>Around the capitol, north 20:42:10:17 and then west.
    20:42:11:12>>North of maybe 19th avenue 20:42:12:28 perhaps?
    20:42:14:24>>Yeah�– kind of winds. 20:42:16:22>>Okay.
    20:42:17:02 All right. 20:42:17:18 We will wait until it happens.
    20:42:18:29 Another one 19th avenue west to 20:42:20:19 maybe like Grand Canyon
    20:42:23:05 university and on out to 20:42:25:21 Glendale.
    20:42:26:09>>Right. 20:42:26:20>>That one has a good chance.
    20:42:28:01>>Oh, yes, absolutely. 20:42:29:27>>And another one would follow
    20:42:31:08 as you mention maybe state 20:42:32:26 route 51 up to paradise valley
    20:42:35:15 mall? 20:42:36:04>>Well, that’s a possibility.
    20:42:38:01 That alignment hasn’t been 20:42:39:21 studied yet.
    20:42:40:16 I’m very optimistic�– Dunlap 20:42:43:27 has�– go not only west to�–
    20:42:47:10>>I see. 20:42:48:13>>West Metro, but could go
    20:42:49:23 east�– 20:42:51:07>>Indeed.
    20:42:52:07>>And there is�– right of way
    20:42:53:25 there, we could get there. 20:42:55:19>>And last one you mentioned
    20:42:57:15 was downtown, south along 20:42:58:27 central to baseline.
    20:43:00:05 What is the deal with that one? 20:43:01:29>>That one is just beginning,
    20:43:04:19 under study. 20:43:05:13 It takes�– we have to go
    20:43:07:15 through all of the different 20:43:08:26 studies, environmental, set the
    20:43:10:13 routes and do all of the 20:43:11:25 analysis, and then cost figures
    20:43:13:17 before we can get approved. 20:43:16:08>>Let’s talk about some of the
    20:43:17:10 cost figures. 20:43:18:05 How much funding needed?
    20:43:19:08 Give us a ballpark figure here. 20:43:21:15>>We’re probably talking a
    20:43:22:18 billion. 20:43:23:01>>A billion.
    20:43:24:05>>We’ve spent $1.4 billion on 20:43:27:01 the 20 miles that we have
    20:43:28:27 constructed right now. 20:43:29:24>>And this would be�–
    20:43:31:08>>And this is more than that. 20:43:32:27>>Yeah.
    20:43:33:16 Where would the money come 20:43:34:23 from?
    20:43:35:15>>It’s�– hopefully we are 20:43:37:12 going to have to go out and get
    20:43:39:20 the tax renewed, optimistic 20:43:46:02 that the voters will approve
    20:43:47:12 that and we can use that money 20:43:48:27 and begin construction.
    20:43:50:14 But I think�– if we have 20:43:55:25 5-10th or 6-10th of a cent, we
    20:43:59:27 are able to not only do that�– 20:44:02:21 we can address the bus�– we
    20:44:06:05 have poor bus service, let’s 20:44:08:21 face it.
    20:44:09:09 We could provide resurfacing of 20:44:11:09 a lot of streets.
    20:44:12:16>>Current voter approved sales 20:44:14:02 tax ends in 2020.
    20:44:15:06 That is 4-10th of a percent on 20:44:17:06 the dollar.
    20:44:17:28 You are thinking maybe go to 20:44:19:25 the voters next year with 5 or
    20:44:21:21 6-10th of a percent? 20:44:24:19>>That’s what I’m hoping.
    20:44:26:12 What happened to us, the 20:44:27:25 economy, when it tanked,
    20:44:29:27 revenue didn’t come in. 20:44:30:25 And so what we expected to have
    20:44:32:13 built didn’t happen because of 20:44:34:00 that.
    20:44:34:15>>What if the voters say no? 20:44:36:14 Is there a plan B, C, D, or E?
    20:44:40:11>>Well, not yet. 20:44:43:29 The state transportation tax
    20:44:47:06 expires shortly after ours. 20:44:49:23 That would probably give us
    20:44:53:08 money to operate the current 20:44:54:29 system, but it couldn’t be�–
    20:44:56:10 we couldn’t be expanding. 20:44:58:18>>From what I saw, it sounds
    20:45:00:03 like only five miles could be 20:45:02:18 built in the next six years,
    20:45:04:12 before that�– the existing 20:45:06:18 tax�– five miles, that is not
    20:45:08:10 a heck of a lot. 20:45:09:12>>Nothing.
    20:45:09:27>>And good luck with bus and 20:45:11:01 street service.
    20:45:12:00>>Oh, absolutely. 20:45:13:00>>And there is a public�–
    20:45:15:24 $130 million shortfall, is that 20:45:18:17 what it is, public transit
    20:45:20:12 system program? 20:45:21:18>>Transit system�– transit
    20:45:23:13 doesn’t pay for itself. 20:45:25:06>>Yeah.
    20:45:25:21>>Cash-wise, it never will. 20:45:28:22 Was not designed to.
    20:45:30:10 The infrastructure is very 20:45:32:15 expensive.
    20:45:33:06 Operation is expensive. 20:45:34:15 But we have so many discounts
    20:45:36:23 on tickets, veterans, schools, 20:45:40:21 companies, different
    20:45:42:20 corporations buy at a different 20:45:44:11 rate.
    20:45:44:20 We discount so many tickets 20:45:46:27 because we want the ridership.
    20:45:49:06 EPA requires we keep the air 20:45:52:09 clean, keeps traffic off the
    20:45:53:28 street, and it makes a lot of 20:45:55:13 people in my district happy
    20:45:56:29 when you get the cars outs of 20:45:58:15 the way coming downtown.
    20:46:01:01 Advantages that we pay for when 20:46:02:05 we subsidize it.
    20:46:03:15>>And you do need to get some 20:46:05:00 committed funds, I think it is
    20:46:07:02 operating costs in order to get 20:46:08:09 the federal dollars.
    20:46:09:25 Federal money is not going to 20:46:11:02 come unless there is a plan in
    20:46:12:09 place. 20:46:13:06>>Exactly.
    20:46:13:23 Unless we have it in place 20:46:15:16 early.
    20:46:15:27 We can’t wait until 2018, 2019. 20:46:20:10 It’s too late.
    20:46:21:04 Because they program out their 20:46:22:24 funds.
    20:46:23:07 And we all know they have less 20:46:24:24 funds, more competitive.
    20:46:26:09 So, we have to have our package 20:46:28:10 ready.
    20:46:28:18 We have to get in there early 20:46:30:07 to be a legitimate candidate to
    20:46:33:15 receive federal money. 20:46:34:23>>And that is what this
    20:46:35:27 committee is designed to do. 20:46:37:07 Who is on this committee,
    20:46:38:23 anyway? 20:46:39:17>>We’re lucky it is�– we have
    20:46:43:00 former secretary of 20:46:48:14 transportation, and�– the
    20:46:53:12 cochairs, and then we have 20:46:54:28 people who are interested.
    20:46:56:08 We have transportation people 20:46:57:18 from other areas, and citizens
    20:47:00:12 from our districts. 20:47:01:28>>I was going to ask about a
    20:47:03:13 resident input. 20:47:04:06 What do you need there and how
    20:47:05:18 can folks just say, here, I 20:47:07:11 have an idea?
    20:47:08:10 A pothole in front of the 20:47:09:21 street.
    20:47:10:05 Let’s get it fixed. 20:47:11:11>>We get lots of calls every
    20:47:12:28 day. 20:47:13:11>>I bet you do.
    20:47:14:16>>Well, we are setting up a 20:47:16:01 web page.
    20:47:16:29 I think it is 20:47:17:19 talktransportation.com, if I
    20:47:21:12 recall right. 20:47:22:06>>I think it might be dot ORG.
    20:47:25:10>>Yeah�– and once we have a
    20:47:28:02 couple of meetings, going out 20:47:30:21 to the community for input and
    20:47:32:06 we welcome it. 20:47:35:01>>Want people involved.
    20:47:36:09>>I know when people do get 20:47:37:13 involved, you are going to hear
    20:47:38:26 a lot about bus service and you 20:47:40:15 are going to hear a lot about
    20:47:41:29 street improvement. 20:47:42:22 Is there anything in general
    20:47:44:00 that you are looking at right 20:47:46:21 now�– we hear a lot about
    20:47:48:10 light rail, but what about the 20:47:49:27 bus service and what about
    20:47:51:16 improving the streets? 20:47:52:25>>They’re essential.
    20:47:53:24 There are already recognized 20:47:55:19 over $500 million of street
    20:47:58:15 repairs we need. 20:47:59:15 $500 million.
    20:48:00:18 That’s a lot of money that we 20:48:02:01 don’t have.
    20:48:02:25 It is only going to get worse. 20:48:04:23 Everything from your
    20:48:05:24 residential streets, but when 20:48:07:09 you stop and think it’s not
    20:48:10:04 just the arterials, the main 20:48:12:00 streets, but all of them and we
    20:48:13:16 have over 5,000 miles of 20:48:15:05 streets in the city of Phoenix
    20:48:16:25 that should be on a 20-year 20:48:18:27 maintenance schedule that are
    20:48:21:00 40 some maintenance schedule. 20:48:22:27 No wonder they’re falling
    20:48:24:10 apart. 20:48:24:27>>We will see what the
    20:48:25:22 committee comes up with and the 20:48:27:13 input you get from residents.
    20:48:28:29 Good to have you here. 20:48:29:26 Thank you so much.
    20:48:31:06>>Thank you for having me. 20:48:40:07>>>Tonight’s edition of
    20:48:41:09 Arizona giving and leading 20:48:42:10 looks at a Phoenix man who’s
    20:48:43:12 found a unique way to raise 20:48:44:13 money for special needs
    20:48:45:21 organizations. 20:48:49:03 Shanna FISCHER introduces us
    20:48:54:16 to�– 20:48:54:25>>With every T-shirt printed,
    20:48:57:24 paper clouds apparel is 20:48:59:23 changing lives.
    20:49:01:05>>Artwork individual with 20:49:02:12 special needs created, transfer
    20:49:03:27 that to the shirts, hats, bags, 20:49:05:15 and we team up with different
    20:49:07:01 special needs cause every two 20:49:08:11 weeks and we sell their artwork
    20:49:11:27 on the web site. 20:49:12:22 For two weeks, 50% of the
    20:49:14:28 proceeds go back to that 20:49:15:28 special needs, school, cause,
    20:49:17:13 organization. 20:49:18:17>>Robert Thornton started
    20:49:20:09 paper clouds apparel after a 20:49:21:16 visit to his parents’ house.
    20:49:23:25 Robert noticed a drawing on the 20:49:26:15 refrigerator.
    20:49:27:15 His mom is a school bus driver 20:49:29:02 for children with special
    20:49:30:03 needs. 20:49:30:12 The drawing was made by a
    20:49:31:14 little girl on the bus. 20:49:32:21>>I spent the entire night
    20:49:37:19 mesmerized by this drawing. 20:49:38:28 It was different, but different
    20:49:40:04 in a cool way. 20:49:40:29 I spent the entire night
    20:49:42:23 staring at it. 20:49:44:10 The next morning I woke up, I
    20:49:46:10 thought, man, that would look 20:49:47:29 cool on a T-shirt.
    20:49:49:15>>Before long, he had the idea 20:49:50:26 for paper clouds apparel.
    20:49:52:06 He chose to focus on people 20:49:53:13 with special needs because
    20:49:54:14 they’re often overlooked by 20:49:56:06 society.
    20:49:56:21>>You know, for too long, 20:49:58:02 people have treated those with
    20:49:59:17 special needs like they kind 20:50:01:02 of�– they want to put them
    in 20:50:02:13 the corner, don’t have to deal
    20:50:03:24 with them, I want to be like 20:50:05:09 no, I want to put you on a
    20:50:08:00 pedestal and show you that you 20:50:09:07 are talented, that you can
    20:50:11:08 contribute to society. 20:50:12:20 You have skills and you need to
    20:50:15:03 be appreciated. 20:50:15:21>>Paper clouds apparel has
    20:50:17:05 raised money for dozens of 20:50:18:19 organizations across the
    20:50:19:13 country. 20:50:19:23 Not only does Robert showcase
    20:50:22:28 drawings made by kids with 20:50:24:09 special needs, he employs
    20:50:26:10 adults with special needs in 20:50:27:06 the packaging department.
    20:50:28:16>>80 to 93% of adults with 20:50:31:06 special needs aren’t employed.
    20:50:33:28 That’s ridiculous. 20:50:34:28 If more businesses focused on
    20:50:36:20 helping people instead of just 20:50:37:23 the bottom line, bottom line,
    20:50:39:18 bottom line, like this world 20:50:40:21 would be a much better place.
    20:50:42:14>>Robert is determined to make 20:50:43:15 the world a better place one
    20:50:45:09 T-shirt at a time. 20:50:47:04>>I just feel that I’m doing
    20:50:48:19 what I was brought here to do. 20:50:50:21 You can change the world.
    20:50:51:27 You know, you just have to 20:50:53:08 believe in it.
    20:50:53:22 It is not going to be easy, you 20:50:55:10 know, but if you�– if you’re
    20:50:56:29 doing the right thing and you 20:50:58:17 work hard at it, you can do
    20:51:00:19 whatever you want to do. 20:51:03:17>>Paper clouds apparel is
    20:51:04:19 always looking for new designs. 20:51:06:07 If you know someone who would
    20:51:07:29 like to contribute a design, 20:51:09:22 visit their web site,
    20:51:10:27 papercloudsapparel.com. 20:51:14:00>>>Thursday on “Arizona
    20:51:15:03 Horizon,” self-driving car 20:51:16:24 developed by students at the U
    20:51:18:25 of A and around the country. 20:51:20:15 How new online privacy rules in
    20:51:22:03 the European Union could affect 20:51:24:00 you.
    20:51:24:25 That’s Thursday evening at 5:30 20:51:27:03 right here on “Arizona
    20:51:28:27 Horizon.” 20:51:29:12 That is it for now.
    20:51:30:27 I’m Ted Simons. 20:51:31:22 Thank you so much for joining
    20:51:32:25 us. 20:51:33:11 You have a great evening.
    20:51:52:00>>>”Arizona Horizon” is made 20:51:53:12 possible by contributions from
    20:51:54:28 the friends of eight, members 20:51:57:23 of your Arizona PBS station.
    20:51:59:09 Thank you. 20:52:00:24>>>Virginia G. Piper
    20:52:03:04 charitable trust, committed to 20:52:04:29 changing lives and
    20:52:07:02 strengthening community through 20:52:08:14 investments in nonprofits and
    20:52:10:19 strategic initiatives. 20:52:11:29 More information at
    20:52:13:02 pipertrust.org. 20:52:18:01>>>Welcome, I’m Jason Myers,
    20:52:22:07 along with Deborah�– there 20:52:25:11 really isn’t a program like
    20:52:27:03 “Arizona Horizon” anywhere on 20:52:28:01 the Arizona media scene.
    20:52:29:05>>There is not. 20:52:30:03 For you to be able to see the
    20:52:31:10 in-depth interviews, like this, 20:52:33:17 like the ones that Ted Simons
    20:52:36:07 delivers to you every time on 20:52:37:19 “Arizona Horizon,” that is not
    20:52:38:19 something that you are going to 20:52:39:18 get on any other program.
    20:52:41:04>>It’s true. 20:52:41:18 What I love about “Arizona
    20:52:42:28 Horizon” is the people that Ted 20:52:44:25 has on.
    20:52:45:12 He has really got his finger on 20:52:47:16 the pulse of Arizona politics
    20:52:49:29 and issues, from the governor, 20:52:51:18 to the sheriff, to all of the
    20:52:53:06 local figures here in Arizona. 20:52:54:21 Even some of the figures that
    20:52:55:28 aren’t as well known. 20:52:57:04>>That’s right.
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    Construction of Melbourne Metro Rail to Start in 2017
    Articles, Blog

    Construction of Melbourne Metro Rail to Start in 2017

    October 10, 2019


    Today, I’m really pleased to announce that
    an expression of interest for early important construction works to move power, water, storm
    water, gas and a whole range of other services to relocate those services from the Melbourne
    Metro alignment, that expression of interest will go to the market tomorrow. We expect
    that program of works will be in the order of around $300 million – of course there’s
    a tender process to be gone through, but that will be the order of it. It’s a very significant
    investment and it just shows that we are wasting no time at all. Not one day will be wasted
    in delivering a world-class public transport system for the world’s most livable city. Protecting around 150 different sorts of utility services underneath the ground is so important
    to do this work now, to get this expression of interest out to market now, to see these
    works undertaken in 2017, but most critically to see these works completed by 2018 so we
    can hit the ground running with the major construction program that is scheduled to
    start in 2018. It’s a big job, it’s going to mean there will be some disruption, particularly
    in and around the areas of the portal entrances, but we have to do this now and provide this
    program of works so that we can see Melbourne Metro up and running.

    Articles

    Flashpoint 4/7: Charlotte overpaid light rail project

    October 2, 2019


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    AND OVERHEAD RATE CITING
    UNNECESSARY ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS LABOR
    AND OVERHEAD RATE CITING
    UNNECESSARY COSTS ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS LABOR
    AND OVERHEAD RATE CITING
    UNNECESSARY COSTS OF ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS LABOR
    AND OVERHEAD RATE CITING
    UNNECESSARY COSTS OF AT ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS LABOR
    AND OVERHEAD RATE CITING
    UNNECESSARY COSTS OF AT LEAST AND OVERHEAD RATE CITING
    UNNECESSARY COSTS OF AT LEAST AND OVERHEAD RATE CITING
    UNNECESSARY COSTS OF AT LEAST
    $1.6 AND OVERHEAD RATE CITING
    UNNECESSARY COSTS OF AT LEAST
    $1.6 MILLION. UNNECESSARY COSTS OF AT LEAST
    $1.6 MILLION. UNNECESSARY COSTS OF AT LEAST
    $1.6 MILLION.
    LIKELY UNNECESSARY COSTS OF AT LEAST
    $1.6 MILLION.
    LIKELY MUCH UNNECESSARY COSTS OF AT LEAST
    $1.6 MILLION.
    LIKELY MUCH MORE. $1.6 MILLION.
    LIKELY MUCH MORE. $1.6 MILLION.
    LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN $1.6 MILLION.
    LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR $1.6 MILLION.
    LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR COST $1.6 MILLION.
    LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR COST ALONE $1.6 MILLION.
    LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR COST ALONE THE $1.6 MILLION.
    LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY
    PAID LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY
    PAID ALMOST LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY
    PAID ALMOST TWICE LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY
    PAID ALMOST TWICE AS LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY
    PAID ALMOST TWICE AS MUCH LIKELY MUCH MORE.
    IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY
    PAID ALMOST TWICE AS MUCH AS IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY
    PAID ALMOST TWICE AS MUCH AS IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY
    PAID ALMOST TWICE AS MUCH AS
    ESTIMATED, IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY
    PAID ALMOST TWICE AS MUCH AS
    ESTIMATED, MORE IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY
    PAID ALMOST TWICE AS MUCH AS
    ESTIMATED, MORE THAN IN LABOR COST ALONE THE CITY
    PAID ALMOST TWICE AS MUCH AS
    ESTIMATED, MORE THAN $20 PAID ALMOST TWICE AS MUCH AS
    ESTIMATED, MORE THAN $20 PAID ALMOST TWICE AS MUCH AS
    ESTIMATED, MORE THAN $20
    MILLION. ESTIMATED, MORE THAN $20
    MILLION. ESTIMATED, MORE THAN $20
    MILLION.
    MUCH ESTIMATED, MORE THAN $20
    MILLION.
    MUCH OF ESTIMATED, MORE THAN $20
    MILLION.
    MUCH OF THAT ESTIMATED, MORE THAN $20
    MILLION.
    MUCH OF THAT DUE ESTIMATED, MORE THAN $20
    MILLION.
    MUCH OF THAT DUE TO MILLION.
    MUCH OF THAT DUE TO MILLION.
    MUCH OF THAT DUE TO
    CONSTRUCTION MILLION.
    MUCH OF THAT DUE TO
    CONSTRUCTION DELAYS. MUCH OF THAT DUE TO
    CONSTRUCTION DELAYS. MUCH OF THAT DUE TO
    CONSTRUCTION DELAYS.
    SALARY MUCH OF THAT DUE TO
    CONSTRUCTION DELAYS.
    SALARY INCREASES MUCH OF THAT DUE TO
    CONSTRUCTION DELAYS.
    SALARY INCREASES AND MUCH OF THAT DUE TO
    CONSTRUCTION DELAYS.
    SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN CONSTRUCTION DELAYS.
    SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN CONSTRUCTION DELAYS.
    SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN
    CIRCUMSTANCES. SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN
    CIRCUMSTANCES. SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN
    CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN
    CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN
    CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND CITY SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN
    CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN
    CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD
    HAVE CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD
    HAVE DONE CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD
    HAVE DONE MORE CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD
    HAVE DONE MORE TO CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD
    HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD
    HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD
    HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD
    HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST
    AND AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD
    HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST
    AND PREVENT AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD
    HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST
    AND PREVENT EXCESS AUDITORS FOUND CITY STAFF COULD
    HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST
    AND PREVENT EXCESS SPENDING. HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST
    AND PREVENT EXCESS SPENDING. HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST
    AND PREVENT EXCESS SPENDING.
    THEY HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST
    AND PREVENT EXCESS SPENDING.
    THEY QUESTION HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST
    AND PREVENT EXCESS SPENDING.
    THEY QUESTION 32 HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST
    AND PREVENT EXCESS SPENDING.
    THEY QUESTION 32 $6 HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST
    AND PREVENT EXCESS SPENDING.
    THEY QUESTION 32 $6 MILLION HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL COST
    AND PREVENT EXCESS SPENDING.
    THEY QUESTION 32 $6 MILLION IN AND PREVENT EXCESS SPENDING.
    THEY QUESTION 32 $6 MILLION IN AND PREVENT EXCESS SPENDING.
    THEY QUESTION 32 $6 MILLION IN
    CHARGES. THEY QUESTION 32 $6 MILLION IN
    CHARGES. THEY QUESTION 32 $6 MILLION IN
    CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING THEY QUESTION 32 $6 MILLION IN
    CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING FROM THEY QUESTION 32 $6 MILLION IN
    CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING FROM WHY THEY QUESTION 32 $6 MILLION IN
    CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE THEY QUESTION 32 $6 MILLION IN
    CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF. PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF. PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY
    $300,000 AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY
    $300,000 FOR AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY
    $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY
    $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY
    $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS. $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS. $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS.
    9.3 $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE. STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE. STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY. LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY. LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST. THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST. THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter:>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE>>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE>>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS>>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE>>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL, FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL, FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY. THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY. THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE THIS STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE THIS NEVER STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS>>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS>>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN. MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN. MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN.
    >>MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN.
    >>THAT MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING. AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING. AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011. GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011. GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND
    IMPROVING ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND
    IMPROVING OVERSIGHT ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND
    IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND
    IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND
    IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD. IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD. IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S OFFICE FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT. THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT. THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT.
    WE THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT.
    WE ARE THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL TALKING THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE. WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE. WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE? HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE? HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT. THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT. THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT>>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT>>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE>>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF>>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE>>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY. AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY. AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE SINCE COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE SINCE 2012. I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE SINCE 2012. I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE SINCE 2012.
    THIS I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE SINCE 2012.
    THIS IS I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE SINCE 2012.
    THIS IS IMPORTANT. COMMITTEE SINCE 2012.
    THIS IS IMPORTANT. COMMITTEE SINCE 2012.
    THIS IS IMPORTANT.
    WE COMMITTEE SINCE 2012.
    THIS IS IMPORTANT.
    WE HAVE COMMITTEE SINCE 2012.
    THIS IS IMPORTANT.
    WE HAVE TO COMMITTEE SINCE 2012.
    THIS IS IMPORTANT.
    WE HAVE TO REMEMBER COMMITTEE SINCE 2012.
    THIS IS IMPORTANT.
    WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO COMMITTEE SINCE 2012.
    THIS IS IMPORTANT.
    WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS THIS IS IMPORTANT.
    WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS THIS IS IMPORTANT.
    WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS
    PAYING THIS IS IMPORTANT.
    WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS
    PAYING THE THIS IS IMPORTANT.
    WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS
    PAYING THE BILLS THIS IS IMPORTANT.
    WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS
    PAYING THE BILLS HERE. WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS
    PAYING THE BILLS HERE. WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS
    PAYING THE BILLS HERE.
    AND WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS
    PAYING THE BILLS HERE.
    AND WE WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS
    PAYING THE BILLS HERE.
    AND WE HAVE WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS
    PAYING THE BILLS HERE.
    AND WE HAVE TO WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS
    PAYING THE BILLS HERE.
    AND WE HAVE TO BE WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WHO IS
    PAYING THE BILLS HERE.
    AND WE HAVE TO BE BETTER PAYING THE BILLS HERE.
    AND WE HAVE TO BE BETTER PAYING THE BILLS HERE.
    AND WE HAVE TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS. AND WE HAVE TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS. AND WE HAVE TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS.
    THIS AND WE HAVE TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS.
    THIS SHOULD AND WE HAVE TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS.
    THIS SHOULD BE AND WE HAVE TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS.
    THIS SHOULD BE A AND WE HAVE TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS.
    THIS SHOULD BE A GOOD AND WE HAVE TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS.
    THIS SHOULD BE A GOOD LEARNING STEWARDS.
    THIS SHOULD BE A GOOD LEARNING STEWARDS.
    THIS SHOULD BE A GOOD LEARNING
    THING STEWARDS.
    THIS SHOULD BE A GOOD LEARNING
    THING FOR STEWARDS.
    THIS SHOULD BE A GOOD LEARNING
    THING FOR ALL STEWARDS.
    THIS SHOULD BE A GOOD LEARNING
    THING FOR ALL BODIES STEWARDS.
    THIS SHOULD BE A GOOD LEARNING
    THING FOR ALL BODIES OF THIS SHOULD BE A GOOD LEARNING
    THING FOR ALL BODIES OF THIS SHOULD BE A GOOD LEARNING
    THING FOR ALL BODIES OF
    GOVERNMENT. THING FOR ALL BODIES OF
    GOVERNMENT. THING FOR ALL BODIES OF
    GOVERNMENT.
    IF THING FOR ALL BODIES OF
    GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE THING FOR ALL BODIES OF
    GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE CITY THING FOR ALL BODIES OF
    GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE CITY MADE THING FOR ALL BODIES OF
    GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES THING FOR ALL BODIES OF
    GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT AGAIN GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S TAKE GOVERNMENT.
    IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S TAKE THAT IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S TAKE THAT IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S TAKE THAT
    INFORMATION IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S TAKE THAT
    INFORMATION AND IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S TAKE THAT
    INFORMATION AND ALL IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S TAKE THAT
    INFORMATION AND ALL OF IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S TAKE THAT
    INFORMATION AND ALL OF US IF THE CITY MADE MISTAKES LIKE
    THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S TAKE THAT
    INFORMATION AND ALL OF US DO THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S TAKE THAT
    INFORMATION AND ALL OF US DO THIS, BUT AGAIN LET’S TAKE THAT
    INFORMATION AND ALL OF US DO
    BETTER. INFORMATION AND ALL OF US DO
    BETTER. INFORMATION AND ALL OF US DO
    BETTER.
    AND INFORMATION AND ALL OF US DO
    BETTER.
    AND REALLY INFORMATION AND ALL OF US DO
    BETTER.
    AND REALLY GIVE INFORMATION AND ALL OF US DO
    BETTER.
    AND REALLY GIVE MORE INFORMATION AND ALL OF US DO
    BETTER.
    AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER INFORMATION AND ALL OF US DO
    BETTER.
    AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO BETTER.
    AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO BETTER.
    AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO
    OUR BETTER.
    AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO
    OUR AUDIT BETTER.
    AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO
    OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS BETTER.
    AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO
    OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO BETTER.
    AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO
    OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO
    OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO
    OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY
    CAN AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO
    OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY
    CAN UNCOVER AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO
    OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY
    CAN UNCOVER THESE AND REALLY GIVE MORE POWER TO
    OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY
    CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS. OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY
    CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS. OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY
    CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS.
    >>OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY
    CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS.
    >>AT OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY
    CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS.
    >>AT HOME, OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY
    CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS.
    >>AT HOME, IN OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY
    CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS.
    >>AT HOME, IN MY OUR AUDIT DEPARTMENTS SO THEY
    CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS.
    >>AT HOME, IN MY PERSONAL CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS.
    >>AT HOME, IN MY PERSONAL CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS.
    >>AT HOME, IN MY PERSONAL
    BUDGET CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS.
    >>AT HOME, IN MY PERSONAL
    BUDGET WE CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS.
    >>AT HOME, IN MY PERSONAL
    BUDGET WE TRACK CAN UNCOVER THESE THINGS.
    >>AT HOME, IN MY PERSONAL
    BUDGET WE TRACK EXPENSES>>AT HOME, IN MY PERSONAL
    BUDGET WE TRACK EXPENSES>>AT HOME, IN MY PERSONAL
    BUDGET WE TRACK EXPENSES
    THROUGHOUT>>AT HOME, IN MY PERSONAL
    BUDGET WE TRACK EXPENSES
    THROUGHOUT THE>>AT HOME, IN MY PERSONAL
    BUDGET WE TRACK EXPENSES
    THROUGHOUT THE MONTH. BUDGET WE TRACK EXPENSES
    THROUGHOUT THE MONTH. BUDGET WE TRACK EXPENSES
    THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
    IS BUDGET WE TRACK EXPENSES
    THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
    IS THERE BUDGET WE TRACK EXPENSES
    THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
    IS THERE ANYBODY BUDGET WE TRACK EXPENSES
    THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
    IS THERE ANYBODY TRACKING BUDGET WE TRACK EXPENSES
    THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
    IS THERE ANYBODY TRACKING THESE THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
    IS THERE ANYBODY TRACKING THESE THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
    IS THERE ANYBODY TRACKING THESE
    KINDS THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
    IS THERE ANYBODY TRACKING THESE
    KINDS OF THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
    IS THERE ANYBODY TRACKING THESE
    KINDS OF EXPENDITURES THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
    IS THERE ANYBODY TRACKING THESE
    KINDS OF EXPENDITURES ON THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
    IS THERE ANYBODY TRACKING THESE
    KINDS OF EXPENDITURES ON A IS THERE ANYBODY TRACKING THESE
    KINDS OF EXPENDITURES ON A IS THERE ANYBODY TRACKING THESE
    KINDS OF EXPENDITURES ON A
    MONTHLY IS THERE ANYBODY TRACKING THESE
    KINDS OF EXPENDITURES ON A
    MONTHLY BASIS? KINDS OF EXPENDITURES ON A
    MONTHLY BASIS? KINDS OF EXPENDITURES ON A
    MONTHLY BASIS?
    MAYBE KINDS OF EXPENDITURES ON A
    MONTHLY BASIS?
    MAYBE EVEN KINDS OF EXPENDITURES ON A
    MONTHLY BASIS?
    MAYBE EVEN A KINDS OF EXPENDITURES ON A
    MONTHLY BASIS?
    MAYBE EVEN A QUARTERLY KINDS OF EXPENDITURES ON A
    MONTHLY BASIS?
    MAYBE EVEN A QUARTERLY BASIS? MONTHLY BASIS?
    MAYBE EVEN A QUARTERLY BASIS? MONTHLY BASIS?
    MAYBE EVEN A QUARTERLY BASIS?
    THERE MONTHLY BASIS?
    MAYBE EVEN A QUARTERLY BASIS?
    THERE SHOULD MONTHLY BASIS?
    MAYBE EVEN A QUARTERLY BASIS?
    THERE SHOULD BE. MAYBE EVEN A QUARTERLY BASIS?
    THERE SHOULD BE. MAYBE EVEN A QUARTERLY BASIS?
    THERE SHOULD BE.
    I MAYBE EVEN A QUARTERLY BASIS?
    THERE SHOULD BE.
    I HOPE MAYBE EVEN A QUARTERLY BASIS?
    THERE SHOULD BE.
    I HOPE THERE MAYBE EVEN A QUARTERLY BASIS?
    THERE SHOULD BE.
    I HOPE THERE IS. THERE SHOULD BE.
    I HOPE THERE IS. THERE SHOULD BE.
    I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THERE SHOULD BE.
    I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THE THERE SHOULD BE.
    I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THE AUDIT THERE SHOULD BE.
    I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THE AUDIT IS THERE SHOULD BE.
    I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT. I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT. I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS GREAT I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS GREAT THEY I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS GREAT THEY DID I HOPE THERE IS.
    >>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.>>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.>>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.
    BUT>>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.
    BUT SOMEBODY>>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.
    BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS>>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.
    BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO>>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.
    BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE>>THE AUDIT IS AFTER-THE-FACT.
    IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.
    BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.
    BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.
    BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE
    DIRECT IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.
    BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE
    DIRECT OVERSIGHT IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.
    BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE
    DIRECT OVERSIGHT UPFRONT IT IS GREAT THEY DID IT.
    BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE
    DIRECT OVERSIGHT UPFRONT TO BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE
    DIRECT OVERSIGHT UPFRONT TO BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE
    DIRECT OVERSIGHT UPFRONT TO
    CHECK BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE
    DIRECT OVERSIGHT UPFRONT TO
    CHECK THESE BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE
    DIRECT OVERSIGHT UPFRONT TO
    CHECK THESE EXPENSES BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE
    DIRECT OVERSIGHT UPFRONT TO
    CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS BUT SOMEBODY NEEDS TO HAVE MORE
    DIRECT OVERSIGHT UPFRONT TO
    CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY DIRECT OVERSIGHT UPFRONT TO
    CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY DIRECT OVERSIGHT UPFRONT TO
    CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY
    ARE DIRECT OVERSIGHT UPFRONT TO
    CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY
    ARE HAPPENING. CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY
    ARE HAPPENING. CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY
    ARE HAPPENING.
    I CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY
    ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY
    ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY THIS CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY
    ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY THIS IS CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY
    ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY THIS IS SOMEBODY CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY
    ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY THIS IS SOMEBODY WHO, CHECK THESE EXPENSES AS THEY
    ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY THIS IS SOMEBODY WHO, I ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY THIS IS SOMEBODY WHO, I ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY THIS IS SOMEBODY WHO, I
    DRIVE ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY THIS IS SOMEBODY WHO, I
    DRIVE INTO ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY THIS IS SOMEBODY WHO, I
    DRIVE INTO CHARLOTTE ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY THIS IS SOMEBODY WHO, I
    DRIVE INTO CHARLOTTE ALL ARE HAPPENING.
    I SAY THIS IS SOMEBODY WHO, I
    DRIVE INTO CHARLOTTE ALL THE I SAY THIS IS SOMEBODY WHO, I
    DRIVE INTO CHARLOTTE ALL THE I SAY THIS IS SOMEBODY WHO, I
    DRIVE INTO CHARLOTTE ALL THE
    TIME. DRIVE INTO CHARLOTTE ALL THE
    TIME. DRIVE INTO CHARLOTTE ALL THE
    TIME.
    CHARLOTTE’S DRIVE INTO CHARLOTTE ALL THE
    TIME.
    CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION DRIVE INTO CHARLOTTE ALL THE
    TIME.
    CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID TIME.
    CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID TIME.
    CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID
    NEEDS TIME.
    CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID
    NEEDS TO TIME.
    CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID
    NEEDS TO CHANGE TIME.
    CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID
    NEEDS TO CHANGE AND TIME.
    CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID
    NEEDS TO CHANGE AND EVOLVE. CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID
    NEEDS TO CHANGE AND EVOLVE. CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID
    NEEDS TO CHANGE AND EVOLVE.
    LIGHT CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID
    NEEDS TO CHANGE AND EVOLVE.
    LIGHT RAIL CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID
    NEEDS TO CHANGE AND EVOLVE.
    LIGHT RAIL COULD CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID
    NEEDS TO CHANGE AND EVOLVE.
    LIGHT RAIL COULD BE CHARLOTTE’S TRANSPORTATION GRID
    NEEDS TO CHANGE AND EVOLVE.
    LIGHT RAIL COULD BE AN NEEDS TO CHANGE AND EVOLVE.
    LIGHT RAIL COULD BE AN NEEDS TO CHANGE AND EVOLVE.
    LIGHT RAIL COULD BE AN
    IMPORTANT NEEDS TO CHANGE AND EVOLVE.
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    OFFICIALS, THAT ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE. OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE. OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS. RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS. RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV>>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV>>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING>>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR>>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE. THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE. THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20 RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20 RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE>>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE>>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT>>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL>>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT>>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES. INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES. INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES.
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    ANY AGENCIES.
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    ANY AGENCIES.
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    ANY AGENCIES.
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    ANY AGENCIES.
    I RAN FOUR YEARS AGO INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES.
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    ANY AGENCIES.
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    JUST ANY AGENCIES.
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    JUST STARTED. I RAN FOUR YEARS AGO AND WE
    JUST STARTED. I RAN FOUR YEARS AGO AND WE
    JUST STARTED.
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    JUST STARTED.
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    JUST STARTED.
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    JUST STARTED.
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    JUST STARTED.
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    JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20 JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20 JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS. YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS. YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS NO BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON
    FINANCIALS. THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON
    FINANCIALS. THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON
    FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON
    FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON
    FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
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    AT REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT. OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT. OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>I OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>I WOULD OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>I WOULD ALSO OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>I WOULD ALSO SAY OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>I WOULD ALSO SAY THAT AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>I WOULD ALSO SAY THAT AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>I WOULD ALSO SAY THAT
    ELECTED AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>I WOULD ALSO SAY THAT
    ELECTED OFFICIALS AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>I WOULD ALSO SAY THAT
    ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>I WOULD ALSO SAY THAT
    ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    >>I WOULD ALSO SAY THAT
    ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE>>I WOULD ALSO SAY THAT
    ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE>>I WOULD ALSO SAY THAT
    ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE
    MORE>>I WOULD ALSO SAY THAT
    ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE
    MORE PROACTIVE. ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE
    MORE PROACTIVE. ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE
    MORE PROACTIVE.
    WE ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE
    MORE PROACTIVE.
    WE NEED ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE
    MORE PROACTIVE.
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    MORE PROACTIVE.
    WE NEED TO SAY ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE
    MORE PROACTIVE.
    WE NEED TO SAY WE ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE
    MORE PROACTIVE.
    WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE
    MORE PROACTIVE.
    WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT TO ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO BE
    MORE PROACTIVE.
    WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT TO GET MORE PROACTIVE.
    WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT TO GET MORE PROACTIVE.
    WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT TO GET
    DATES MORE PROACTIVE.
    WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT TO GET
    DATES ON MORE PROACTIVE.
    WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT TO GET
    DATES ON THIS. WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT TO GET
    DATES ON THIS. WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT TO GET
    DATES ON THIS.
    AT WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT TO GET
    DATES ON THIS.
    AT THE WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT TO GET
    DATES ON THIS.
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    DATES ON THIS.
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    DATES ON THIS.
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    DATES ON THIS.
    AT THE COUNTY WE DO GET WE NEED TO SAY WE WANT TO GET
    DATES ON THIS.
    AT THE COUNTY WE DO GET UPDATES DATES ON THIS.
    AT THE COUNTY WE DO GET UPDATES DATES ON THIS.
    AT THE COUNTY WE DO GET UPDATES
    ON DATES ON THIS.
    AT THE COUNTY WE DO GET UPDATES
    ON THINGS. AT THE COUNTY WE DO GET UPDATES
    ON THINGS. AT THE COUNTY WE DO GET UPDATES
    ON THINGS.
    EVEN AT THE COUNTY WE DO GET UPDATES
    ON THINGS.
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    ON THINGS.
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    ON THINGS.
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    ON THINGS.
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    ON THINGS.
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    EVEN NOW WE ARE GETTING UPDATES ON THINGS.
    EVEN NOW WE ARE GETTING UPDATES
    ON ON THINGS.
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    ON THE ON THINGS.
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    ON THE RE-EVAL. EVEN NOW WE ARE GETTING UPDATES
    ON THE RE-EVAL. EVEN NOW WE ARE GETTING UPDATES
    ON THE RE-EVAL.
    HOW EVEN NOW WE ARE GETTING UPDATES
    ON THE RE-EVAL.
    HOW MANY EVEN NOW WE ARE GETTING UPDATES
    ON THE RE-EVAL.
    HOW MANY CASES EVEN NOW WE ARE GETTING UPDATES
    ON THE RE-EVAL.
    HOW MANY CASES EVERY EVEN NOW WE ARE GETTING UPDATES
    ON THE RE-EVAL.
    HOW MANY CASES EVERY WEEK. ON THE RE-EVAL.
    HOW MANY CASES EVERY WEEK. ON THE RE-EVAL.
    HOW MANY CASES EVERY WEEK.
    THINGS ON THE RE-EVAL.
    HOW MANY CASES EVERY WEEK.
    THINGS THAT ON THE RE-EVAL.
    HOW MANY CASES EVERY WEEK.
    THINGS THAT ARE ON THE RE-EVAL.
    HOW MANY CASES EVERY WEEK.
    THINGS THAT ARE SOLVED ON THE RE-EVAL.
    HOW MANY CASES EVERY WEEK.
    THINGS THAT ARE SOLVED WHAT ON THE RE-EVAL.
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    THINGS THAT ARE SOLVED WHAT IS HOW MANY CASES EVERY WEEK.
    THINGS THAT ARE SOLVED WHAT IS HOW MANY CASES EVERY WEEK.
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    NOT HOW MANY CASES EVERY WEEK.
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    NOT SOLVED.
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    WE DO ASK FOR THAT.
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    WE DO ASK FOR THAT.
    I DO THINK WE HAVE TO BE MORE WE DO ASK FOR THAT.
    I DO THINK WE HAVE TO BE MORE WE DO ASK FOR THAT.
    I DO THINK WE HAVE TO BE MORE
    AGGRESSIVE. I DO THINK WE HAVE TO BE MORE
    AGGRESSIVE. I DO THINK WE HAVE TO BE MORE
    AGGRESSIVE.
    I I DO THINK WE HAVE TO BE MORE
    AGGRESSIVE.
    I WOULD I DO THINK WE HAVE TO BE MORE
    AGGRESSIVE.
    I WOULD SAY I DO THINK WE HAVE TO BE MORE
    AGGRESSIVE.
    I WOULD SAY AGAIN I DO THINK WE HAVE TO BE MORE
    AGGRESSIVE.
    I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN I DO THINK WE HAVE TO BE MORE
    AGGRESSIVE.
    I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU AGGRESSIVE.
    I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU AGGRESSIVE.
    I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED AGGRESSIVE.
    I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED THAT AGGRESSIVE.
    I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED THAT YOU AGGRESSIVE.
    I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK AGGRESSIVE.
    I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST AND I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST AND YOUNG, I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST AND YOUNG, I I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK I WOULD SAY AGAIN WHEN YOU
    MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT
    ALL MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT
    ALL BODIES MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT
    ALL BODIES OF MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT
    ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT MENTIONED THAT YOU WORK WITH
    ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT
    ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT
    ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT
    ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD
    ASSESS ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT
    ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD
    ASSESS AND ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT
    ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD
    ASSESS AND REVIEW ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT
    ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD
    ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING ERNST AND YOUNG, I THINK THAT
    ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD
    ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD
    ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD
    ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD
    ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST LIKE ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD
    ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST LIKE THE ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD
    ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST LIKE THE BIG ALL BODIES OF GOVERNMENT SHOULD
    ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS. ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS. ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS.
    FOR ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS.
    FOR THEM ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS.
    FOR THEM NOT ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS.
    FOR THEM NOT TO ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS.
    FOR THEM NOT TO FIND ASSESS AND REVIEW EVERYTHING FOR
    JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS.
    FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1 JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS.
    FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1 JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS.
    FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1
    BILLION, JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS.
    FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1
    BILLION, THAT JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS.
    FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1
    BILLION, THAT IS JUST LIKE THE BIG CORPORATIONS.
    FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1
    BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE. FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1
    BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE. FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1
    BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1
    BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1
    BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF SOMETHING FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1
    BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF SOMETHING LIKE FOR THEM NOT TO FIND $1
    BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED IN BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED IN MY BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED IN MY OWN BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED IN MY OWN COMPANY BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED IN MY OWN COMPANY IF BILLION, THAT IS INEXCUSABLE.
    >>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED IN MY OWN COMPANY IF I>>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED IN MY OWN COMPANY IF I>>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED IN MY OWN COMPANY IF I
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    WAS RESPONSIBLE>>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED IN MY OWN COMPANY IF I
    WAS RESPONSIBLE I>>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED IN MY OWN COMPANY IF I
    WAS RESPONSIBLE I WOULDN’T>>IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT
    HAPPENED IN MY OWN COMPANY IF I
    WAS RESPONSIBLE I WOULDN’T BE HAPPENED IN MY OWN COMPANY IF I
    WAS RESPONSIBLE I WOULDN’T BE HAPPENED IN MY OWN COMPANY IF I
    WAS RESPONSIBLE I WOULDN’T BE
    HERE. WAS RESPONSIBLE I WOULDN’T BE
    HERE. WAS RESPONSIBLE I WOULDN’T BE
    HERE.
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    HERE.
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    HERE.
    >>I WILL WAS RESPONSIBLE I WOULDN’T BE
    HERE.
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    HERE.
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    HERE.
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    >>I WILL GIVE YOU AN EXACT HERE.
    >>I WILL GIVE YOU AN EXACT HERE.
    >>I WILL GIVE YOU AN EXACT
    EXAMPLE HERE.
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    IN THE TAX EXCESS OR’S OFFICE
    LOST HIM A JOB. IN THE TAX EXCESS OR’S OFFICE
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    LOST HIM A JOB.
    I IN THE TAX EXCESS OR’S OFFICE
    LOST HIM A JOB.
    I HAVE IN THE TAX EXCESS OR’S OFFICE
    LOST HIM A JOB.
    I HAVE SEEN IN THE TAX EXCESS OR’S OFFICE
    LOST HIM A JOB.
    I HAVE SEEN IT IN THE TAX EXCESS OR’S OFFICE
    LOST HIM A JOB.
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    LOST HIM A JOB.
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    The Train Through Hairatan ๐Ÿš„ |๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ซ NATO in Afghanistan

    September 20, 2019


    Bringing goods over land from far away, the
    train is a common sight in many Asian countries. But due to war, poverty and the fear of invasion
    the age of the railway passed Afghanistan by. Until today.
    A modest seventy-five kilometers of track is enough to connect the neighbouring country
    of Uzbekistan with Afghanistan, passing over the Soviet constructed “friendship bridge”
    on the river Amu and passing through the river port of Hairatan.
    Completed in less than a year in late 2010, the cargo line has been a team effort. Built
    by Uzbeks, funded by the Asian Development bank and facilitated by Afghans.
    “Ninety people, including the deputy of railway of Uzbekistan, who’s now the governor
    of Arqaam, came here and we provided them a base and security. We also cleared the area
    from mines. If we weren’t working hard on this we could have lost this huge achievement.”
    For a land-locked country like Afghanistan, a blossoming economy depends heavily on import
    and export, which relies for the main part on huge convoys of trucks going in and out
    of the country. As well as huge delays at customs stations, these convoys are also vulnerable
    to attack. As the carriages are sealed at origin, the
    train doesn’t need to be checked by customs, making it much quicker. Haji Najeeb is also
    proud of the security his town has provided to their new technology.
    “Discipline and security like we have here, you won’t find in 364 districts of Afghanistan.
    At night people’s doors are open; our businessmen come and go by night or day without any anxiety.
    They load, unload and transfer their goods.” The train’s terminus is the historic city
    of Mazar-e-Sharif, the capital of the border province of Balkh, but ambitions for Afghanistan’s
    railways stretch much further. After three years of training, Uzbekistan
    will hand over control to the newly created Afghan Railyway Department to preside over
    plans to extend the railway lines west through Herat to Iran and east through gate of Torkham
    to Pakistan. And although the train is strictly cargo-only
    for now, there have been a few passengers already. “Recently the chief of railways in Uzbekistan
    visited and I personally went with him in train until Mazar airport. The construction
    work in one hundred per cent finished without any problems. It’s ready for use, so now we’re
    just waiting for the Afghan authorities to open it officially.” And perhaps it’s not too hard to imagine that
    this new transcontinental cargo silk road will one day connect Afghanistan beyond its
    neighbours and to the rest of the world. This is Ruth Owen, in Afghanistan, for the
    NATO Channel.

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    Chinaโ€™s Super Highway: MEGAPROJECTS (Part 6)

    September 13, 2019


    China is about halfway done building the largest
    expressway system in the world, and it’s done so at a feverish pace over the last 25
    years to keep up with the rise of the automobile as the country – and the world – has shifted
    away from a rail-based transportation system. The first expressway within the National Trunk
    Highway System, as it’s called, opened in 1988 and today, just 26 years later, the system
    is over 65,000 miles long. In the ten years since 2004, the network has tripled in length.
    Each year, China’s now building new expressways equivalent in length to the distance of going
    coast-to-coast and back in the United States. The Chinese system exceeded the total length
    of the US interstate highway system back in 2011. This crazy expansion has happened because
    the Chinese have embraced the car at a staggering pace. This next mind-blowing fact pretty much
    sums up this entire video: as the country’s middle class boomed and tens of millions of
    people suddenly could afford to buy cars, in the 20 years from 1985 to 2005, the number
    of passenger vehicles in China increased from 19,000 to 62 million cars on the road, that’s
    a mind-blowing increase of 323,000%. And that 62 million number is more than tripling to
    200 million by 2020. That’s why we’ve seen those stories that I thought were a joke
    the first time I read them, of traffic jams around Beijing stretching over 60 miles and
    lasting for 11 days. So this project is sorely needed simply for the country to function.
    When it’s finished, it will have cut total travel times between cities throughout the
    country, by half, on average. Overall the total cost of building the entire system is
    $240 billion dollars, that’s easily the biggest infrastructure project in human history,
    with $12 billion a year being invested through 2020. It’s been able to afford to do this
    without adding a national fuel tax because 95% of the system are toll roads owned by
    private, for-profit companies. This is a problem, as tolls are expensive at over 10 cents per
    mile…which is more than the cost of fuel itself. But regardless of how the roads are
    paid for, or whether, you drive on them in your gas or electric car, or ride in a self-driving
    car. The Chinese economy and quality of life of its people will be significantly better
    thanks to this ambitious project. It seems the whole country is embracing the Chinese
    saying, “Lutong Caiton,” wealth follows the extension of motorways.

    China Secretly Cancels Cameroonโ€™s Debt | Belt and Road Infrastructure | China Uncensored
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    China Secretly Cancels Cameroonโ€™s Debt | Belt and Road Infrastructure | China Uncensored

    September 2, 2019


    China has just forgiven a chunk of Cameroon’s
    debt. Normally, that’d be something to brag about. Except China kept it a secret. Why is China keeping quiet about writing off Cameroon’s debt? Welcome back to China Uncensored. I’m Chris Chappell. Debt relief. When a country lets another country off the hook for paying back loans. As in no more debt, what a relief. If only they did that for student loans. Specifically, *my* student loans. Usually when rich creditor countries forgive the debts of poorer countries, there’s a ton of publicity to highlight
    all that generosity. Like that time twenty years ago when Bono worked with world leaders to get them to forgive more than $100 million in loans to the poorest countries. “Take your time and get your head around
    this fact. The national debt of the 18 poorest countries
    in Africa has been canceled thanks to Bono.” The point is, everyone loves publicity. Which is why it’s weird that when China recently wrote off a chunk of debt of the West African nation of Cameroon… it was all super hush hush. And then reporters asked, “Why the secrecy?” In fact, the world might not have even known China forgave a chunk of Cameroon’s debt if not for a gaffe by the Chinese language
    edition of the Wall Street Journal. It reported— based on a statement from the president of
    Cameroon— that China had agreed to write off 5 billion dollars of Cameroon’s debt. Since that’s almost all of the debt that
    Cameroon has ever borrowed from China, that news report caused a bit of controversy
    online. Last September, Chinese leader Xi Jinping pledged some $60
    billion dollars in aid, investment and loans to Africa at the Forum
    on China-Africa Cooperation. That created some backlash, including netizens asking online why China was giving money away to nearly failed states
    in Africa, when in China there are at least 30 million
    people who live on less than a dollar a day. As you can imagine, those questions were then censored. Actually, it was at that meeting in September where Cameroon’s president Paul Biya pleaded with Chinese authorities to ease his
    country’s debt burden— according to Chinese media. But it turns out, when the Wall Street Journal said China forgave 5 billion dollars in debt, well…it was kind of not quite accurate. The actual amount was 78 million dollars. That’s a big difference. It’s like reporting that “The new tower is a tall as the Empire State
    Building!” When actually it’s only one story tall, with a low ceiling. Now, Chinese media had a field day with this, with the Global Times calling it a huge blunder
    for US media: And other Chinese media accusing foreign media of planting fake news for Chinese readers. But if it weren’t for the Wall Street Journal’s
    mistake, the world might never have known of China’s
    “generosity.” See, Cameroon still owes China about 3 billion
    dollars in total debt. So the 78 million in debt forgiveness is actually
    really small. So now it should be clear why China might have wanted to keep it a secret. It’s not really a PR win. I mean, 78 million is less than what one rock star with sunglasses can do. But there’s another reason the Chinese regime may have wanted to keep news of the debt relief
    under wraps. Reporters might start to suspect that the
    Chinese regime plans to use debt relief to get something
    in return. Remember the story of how “China got Sri Lanka to cough up a port”? China lent billions to Sri Lanka, no strings attached, and when they couldn’t pay it off, China asked for Hambantota port. And China got it. Sri Lanka was forced to sign a 99-year lease in exchange for waving off about a billion
    in debt. So I guess there were strings attached. Plus the deal gave China control of territory right near its arch-rival, India, as well as a strategic foothold along a critical commercial and military waterway. Unconditional debt forgiveness— that’s for suckers. Setting up a long-term lending relationship so that you can get something in return that gives you a geostrategic advantage, now that’s the kind of lending relationship the Chinese regime likes. Xi Jinping calls it “win-win mutual cooperation.” I like to call it, “debt trap diplomacy.” For more on that, you can watch my episode “5 Countries That Have Fallen into China’s
    Debt Trap” for all the sordid details of how China leverages debt to get what it wants. Wow, I forgot there was a time when I didn’t have a beard. Anyway, why would the Chinese regime care about Cameroon? Well, for one: mineral resources. Like bauxite, iron ore, and gold. And don’t worry, Chinese gold mining operations there are totally legit and have no problems
    whatsoever. Ok, a few minor problems. But look, there’s another reason China cares
    about Cameroon. Let’s go back to that map. Cameroon sits along the Gulf of Guinea. And that’s a good place to be when doing
    trade with a dozen other countries, like Nigeria. So it should come as no surprise that China has invested 1.2 billion dollars to convert a fishing town called Kribi into the region’s biggest deep-water port. “Made up of four main parts, a deep water port with roughly 20 wharfs, a zone for industrial and logistics activity, a multi-modal transport corridor, a new city.” And Cameroon’s Kribi port is connected to a pipeline project to bring in oil from land-locked Chad. There’s also a 436 million dollar highway
    China is funding there. It ties the port with Cameroon’s resource-rich
    inland area. And there are also plans to build a railroad directly to a deposit of iron ore. And those iron mines will definitely not have
    problems. So far it doesn’t look like Cameroon has had to directly give up any of its infrastructure
    or resources for the 78 million dollars in debt forgiveness. But the Chinese Communist Party’s overall
    actions in Cameroon are clearly the same strategy it has used
    around the world: Make generous loans, get countries in debt, and forgive the debt in exchange for small
    things— like all of their resources, or strategic
    infrastructure. Win-win mutual cooperation. Which means that China-Cameroon relations should be something to keep an eye on. And before we go, it’s time for me to answer a question from one of you who supports China
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    When you talk about the sort of the changes that could come through You actually say that regulation is actually a barrier. So it’s not achieve regulation It’s it’s other means to try and break these down But first if we just go into regulation and antitrust and all these things in the same way that too much Competition leads to a single winner potentially which is seen to be bad too much regulation can go the other way I think in the 1960s it went to the extreme where small companies couldn’t merge How did you find that optimal level where you get sufficient? Let’s call it regulation antitrust legislation That just kept the wing so you don’t have too much competition because in very what happens we go too far that way We go too far that way we’re just caught in this never-ending Swing so one of the things that I talk about in the book is the analogy of chemotherapy there was a regulation is chemotherapy and If you think of chemotherapy People generally think that it just attacks cancer. Whereas in that it’s a selectively toxic. I Spoke to a friend of mine who is a one of the world cancer Specialists and the MD Anderson clinic one of the best clinics in the world and I asked him to sort of you know walk me through chemotherapy and you know, he pointed out that it’s actually much more interesting than Chemotherapy exclusively attacking cancers Basically, what happens is you and I have stopped growing so our cells all the energy that we have is dedicated to cell repair Cancers cancerous cells essentially are have been genetically programmed in a way to only grow that’s what they do They’re sort of like startups right like they’re in growth mode and they don’t really use their energy to repair themselves They just use it to grow. And so what chemotherapy does is it essentially attacks healthy and unhealthy cells but the healthy cells can repair themselves and the unhealthy cells when they start to replicate and divide they do so with damaged DNA and Then they they die And so if you think of regulation what it does is it’s essentially attacking large companies and small companies in terms of imposing compliance burdens Accounting and tax burdens the big companies those they stopped growing They’ve got loads of energy to spend and money to spend on compliance tax and so on Startup stone and so there’s quite a lot of studies that I cite in the book showing the the more highly regulated Sector generally the more concentrated it is and that’s one reason why the US healthcare system for example is highly concentrated in many areas Because it’s much more highly regulated the alcohol sector for example is very regulated, you know Due to sort of prohibition and post prohibition the idea that you want to make sure people aren’t getting drunk and killing themselves Driving or is the restaurant sector it’s not so you have two companies with ninety percent market share and alcohol But you it’s inconceivable that McDonald’s or Burger King could ever get to 90 percent of the restaurant market, right? And so regulation often does lead to more concentration and and it’s because it wrecks Regulatory barriers and if you think of banking for 70 years you had the glass-steagall Act. It was 35 pages Very simple, very clear principles and that worked very well Once dodd-frank came in it was 2,200 pages with a thousand pages more Delegated to rule writing committees and there have been almost no new banks that have been created since dodd-frank was passed. And so Extensive regulation essentially is tends to favor incumbents. And so I think that Increasing competition is not just about antitrust. It’s actually about having principles-based regulation more sensible regulation That favors competition and has clear principles based rules rather than extensive rule. So That I think is one of the things that I’m sure like the the left will love the argument of you know break up the big companies in the book and and the Right way some people on the right will hate that and then I think people on the Left will hate my deregulation arguments you know and No one’s gonna be happy reading the book But but I hope though that it makes people think of the problem in a more nuanced way with the the companies themselves there’s always a sort of talk and you’ve seen it in the tech sector where the tech giant’s they buy up the competition and Half the time they buy them up and then they just let them die within their own behemoth cells and so this is sort of but there’s this thought that if you get the regulation It’s going to be really bad for the tech companies But but it’s standard all that when you actually split it up the sum of the parts. The individuals was much more valuable so as it Rockefeller became richer yes not poorer effectively when so if people along all these monopolies They should just stay long because when they get broken up and they get the individual bits, but they actually be better off Where do you think there’s gonna be a big downward pressure on the market? So Ansel comes in so there’s quite a lot of research that’s been done on And generally they tend to outperform the parents I think when Greenblatt wrote that book, unfortunately, then it’s not the trend came to an end, but people started spinning off What are known as like garbage barges, you know? So you take your terrible division and spin it off? but generally spin offs have done better historically and part of that is that they can develop and so for example I was in San Francisco speaking to a friend of mine who works at Google and he was saying look unless product reaches a billion people Google has no interest and so because of that often you have companies that have like you know need massive addressable markets or they You know Google does search ads if you’re not in the ad business like forget about it right and What you find out is many of these smaller companies essentially or innovative activities within larger companies are not pursued or followed or developed because they don’t fit that central mission of the company and so Standard Oil similar 18t when it’s broken up the world and many of the parts ended up becoming worth far more And and you ended up with innovation in telecommunications so I think breaking up some of the large monopolies today would in fact be very good and would Improve competition significantly and you would probably see a lot more startups and Google itself There’s a website you can find Called Google cemetery and it has an extensive list of all the companies that Google is essentially either shut down or ended some of them Were internally generated others were bought in But that’s what tends to happen with large companies often that buy smaller companies I was seeing this death of competition in a way or reduced competition because of this as you mentioned earlier we’ve had a significant reduction in the number of listed shares since some ways would you argue and it seems that the growth of Passive investing in this of dying off of active investing is partly explained by this and actually passive investing in some way There’s a logical response to this reduction in available shares But then passive investing itself perpetuates the benefits for these large corporates because all capsule is going to them Directly indirectly. So is that is that fair to say that passive investing is the core most illogical result of this process? So the asset management industry itself has also become a highly-concentrated So if you’re looking at you know, whether it’s Blackrock State Street, what you’ve seen is some of its passive, you know They’re not taking an active role but you’ve ended up with very few people having all the assets this is pretty bad because in the old, you know, if they were let’s say for Probably there more than four airlines But eight airlines you would own an airline and you would want your airline to do well and to gain market share you didn’t want A competitor to get a dollar, right? Because that was not your dollar you wanted to capture that dollar in the market The problem happens is when you get Essentially what’s known as horizontal shareholdings where you know in the old days JP Morgan would own five railroads They might have different names, but they were all ultimately JP Morgan’s railroads, right? And so he didn’t care you know, he didn’t want a competition because you know he wanted to make sure that you know each dollar that the sure that the railroads had was ultimately his and what happens with the Current horizontal shareholdings is essentially it reduces the impetus for competition So buff it rather than buy one airline when they all merged bought them all right, and the clear message was he did not want all the airlines competing against each other right and and therefore We know when he owns one. The dollar of earnings for the other airline is also very good And he doesn’t want to any way compete for that dollar He’s happy to let them have their local hub and that’s the problem that we see right now, which is that if you look at the you know, Major banks and you look at many sectors the top ten shareholders are the same across all competitors, right? It’s not like you have boards that are actually pushing for companies to expand or take market share or invest So in the old days this is called Organizing where you’d have one main guy or own lots of companies now essentially you could argue that Blackrock State Street and others in Berkshire Hathaway have essentially Morgan Eyes de merica and within that as well when you see this, it may be a An oligopoly maybe four or five companies Although they don’t ring each other up and fix prices. There is a sort of sense almost by osmosis There will be a price leader. So prices are fixed, even though they’re not physically discussing it So once you get to a certain level is it that that the pricing power is there? even if there’s not the illegal actual physical verbal agreements Yes, so in chapter 2 in the book I go into quite a lot of detail that there’s there been Hundreds of cases of prosecution for collusion. This is you know where I would call you up and we would secretly agree You know what, you know, the price of widgets should be next year but what actually happens much more often essentially that there’s tacit collusion meaning that the the industry has Relatively few players and that’s the key. So the Oligopoly a problem. Is that once you get very few players? you end up in these repeated games where it makes sense not to compete with your competitor and And then what generally happens you have one firm? That might be the biggest they then become the price leader and no one tries to take market share, right? So you they hike prices and it’s not like the rest of them keep price is the same and try to capture some market share everyone immediately hikes prices in lockstep And if you look at for example the the market for insulin, you know It’s uncanny over the last decade basically have two companies moving prices in lockstep You know down to the day Over a long period of time but this happens in many different industries and so the the move to oligopoly the oligopoly problem itself creates essentially tacit collusion where Airline CEOs can go on the conference calls and say you know what? We don’t plan on expanding more than one percent this year, right and what they’re really doing is telling their competitors Look, we’re not going to go after you will market share. This is what we’re doing just to let you know And it really goes back to I point out the minimax theory that john von neumann Articulated which essentially is people. Don’t try to maximize their maximum gain. They try to minimize their maximum loss right and the analogy is of a mother with two kids gives them one piece of cake and says you know to one child you cut the cake and the other one chooses it right like You’re not cutting it to get the biggest piece. You’re trying to make sure that you don’t end up with the smallest one and you mentioned that regulation is an issue lobbying is an issue a share buybacks part of this problem of a Part of a problem creating the problem of another symptom so many people think that share buybacks are the problem itself. I Argue that in the book my career and I re that the share buybacks essentially are a symptom. They’re not the disease The question is why do what a company has have so much cash, why are corporate profit margins so high? And in the book I go through many of the studies why you end up with higher profits and more concentrated industries But the whether you paid out dividends or share buybacks, you know It’s just a financial engineering question. The buybacks essentially are the symptoms not the cause and if you did have More competition you would have more mean reverting profit margins. You’d have lower profit margins in many industries. You wouldn’t have these sort of abnormal Monopoly profits and therefore you wouldn’t end up with the extreme share buybacks and obviously if you have little competition you also end up with less investment and you know It’s sort of covered in other parts of the book But you know when you when you’re not investing and you sit on that cash you have to do something with it Neither you’ll dividend it or do share buybacks. So it’s the symptom not the disease And when you look at the sort of the histories Let’s see going back to the 1800 the robber barons and then the Sherman Act 1890 and so on you had this little bit decline into this what you might call the golden period of antitrust, and then that died in 1982 in that golden period Walking at you point in that period that says look he was better then Because again if I’m an investor and I’m concentrated investor I pori be a bit worried about going back to that period I’m the first antitrust laws really only focused on trade unions So there’s he’s sort of this period where you know, was it good. Was it better? Can we actually sort of say look he was better for these reasons? So good companies tend to do well and almost any environment I mean one of the reasons why stocks did poorly in the 70s I don’t think had anything to do with antitrust and had much more to do with high inflation You know that is it a killer for stock markets So I know people would say well the 70s were bad for stock the stock market therefore We can’t go back to that. You know, I think it’s very misguided view but if you’re looking at the overall economy the 60s and 70s were certainly a much more equal society in terms of looking at sort of labor share of GDP And you also had higher Real economic growth and you had higher productivity growth which has basically been on the decline And so I think that when you’re looking at some of the more macro outcomes those were certainly better in the 1960s and 70s Well 50s 60s and 70s and so those are the things that I would point to and you know, the the problem is basically once the Merger guidelines were changed in the 80s And then you had an also an explosion of patents essentially in the 1980s and 90s and then it’s continued and gotten even worse You you essentially have more and more parts of the economy or essentially Monopolies created by patents and copyright and you have essentially increasing concentration And so it’s no surprise that you know pick ADIZ book was as well received as it was because he was pointing out This is leading to essentially a much higher level of inequality but good stocks tend to do. Well, you know no matter what You know, it’s the the problem the 70s was really inflation in terms of the the actual sectors We mentioned a few you talk about the funeral sector you talked about tech in particular, which is obviously their headline but within the US Which of the industries which have really really kind of should be in the spotlight? and also there’s this difference between a lot of people look at this and say well that’s not a monopoly but you make the very Clear distinction that local monopolies do exist So you might have the four or five railroad companies which yes an oligopoly but actually lots of local monopolies So which are the ones in which the industry is in the US which have really been at this game for the longest I go Through the book monopolies do appellees and oligopolies And as you pointed out you have things that may appear competitive but actually are local monopolies So for example, like aggregates, you know or waste management, you know Generally, like if you have a contract for waste management for a town, you know There’s only one company doing it or if you have a local Aggregates pit and a cement those aren’t big transported for and you have a local monopoly a likewise Funeral Homes For example, I point out that people don’t generally shop for for funerals for obvious reasons They’re in great distress. And generally the body is going to be taken care of relatively close to the hospital and so within that you’d have essentially a local monopoly first for funerals and so service corporation, for example you know has their funerals are about 30 percent higher than independent operators, and they have actually local monopolies many parts of the US, but Hospital mark, it’s 90 percent of US hospital markets in this urban hospital markets are highly concentrated So you generally don’t have almost any competition when it comes to going to a hospital, right? And then I point out that in the book as well that if you’re looking at drug scores, right? You essentially have a duopoly Between CVS Walgreens right and if you look at a drug wholesalers There’s three drug wholesalers right there three former benefit managers So the US healthcare system is among the worst and I certainly hope that you end up with more competition the local insurance markets They basically are highly concentrated almost all our duopoly in terms of its the state level and so these are the ones I think that should be most ripe for a reformed they’re obviously vast powers of lobbying allied against it, but the insurance markets, for example have their their state a little fiefdom built through the mccarran-ferguson act and I think would take quite a lot to change that but The book goes through many many of these that you wouldn’t might not have even considered as Monopolies and I certainly hope they get broken up and changed. There was the five areas which you identified as being problems productivity She was startups your jobs lower investment Less diversity wages and inequality but what do you see as the solutions that how what are the things that we’re going to see that really changes that and and These things often take place over five to ten years the big changes that we see but how we gonna get them sooner in a meaningful way, I Don’t think that antitrust itself will solve all these problems But I certainly think that it it can contribute to an improvement and I think that antitrust is broken But I think that the loss of competition also is broader and encompasses regulations So in the last chapter the book I point out that you know, a few solutions are one of preventing future mergers, you know We shouldn’t allow industries to get down to three and two, you know Or even one player. So we have to make sure that we’re not allowing for more concentration There are many mergers that have happened that have reduced competition Those should be broken up, you know and and reversed many come to mind. Like for example Google buying double-click, right? That’s not one that should have ever been allowed or Facebook buying Instagram and whatsapp, but you could go into many other Industries, so you have breaking up past mergers, but then on the regulation side I think what we have to do is to regulate more intelligently, and so I think that for example Dodd-frank itself should be reformed and made simpler. I Do like many of the ideas behind it? You know, we should have lower levels of leverage We know we make sure that banks are safer but all this could be done in a much simpler way that you know does not create an instrumental barriers to entry and so Regulation is also a part. I think for example if you’re looking at some of the large tech platforms Interoperability, right and what when people can port their phone numbers, you know in many countries suddenly Prices started falling in telecoms, right? So allowing the customer to be locked in is another key issue So I think that it’s not just antitrust, but when you think very broadly about how do you restore competition? I think you know on the medical side Patents should not be endlessly extended through, you know reformulation of drugs They go into that and the book and so it’s a it’s a wide array of potential solutions But all of which I think would make everyone better off Obviously, they’ll be fought because people who are currently gouging consumers and enjoying these set profits are not going to want it lawyers probably in the most to gain out of this but another group that Has probably been Behind a lot of the Meuse that have created the unwanted competition is economists Particularly Chicago School, you mentioned Bork and you say that capitalism is too important to be left to economists Why is it that economists we then end up sort of being on the wrong side of this versus what sort of feels much more? Natural and kind of correct in the marketplace. So I think many economists are actually doing a wonderful job of highlighting these problems so there’s like loads of new studies coming out and it’s a very Sort of it’s a it’s a growth area to look into the promise of concentration When I say that, it’s too important to be left to the economists I think part of it is that the antitrust laws were written by Congress and were meant to be Implemented to you know to pursue the way we wanted markets in the economy to run What’s ended up happening is essentially that all these decisions on who should merge and who should not merge? These are now in the hands of bureaucrats essentially in terms of the FTC working in close collaboration with economists Right who have a vested interest in making sure that mergers get through and as you know talked about earlier Most of the merger models and simulations in terms of these price savings they’re going to happen or total bullshit and so when I say that should be allowed to the economists is ultimately the the Acts were meant to reduce concentration to avoid monopolies and effectively what’s happen is we sort of out sourced mergers to people going through the revolving door or the K Street law firms in the economist like Charles rivers dissociating compass Lexecon and others so I don’t think the problem is all economists But certainly when you end up with a very small group of people who stand to benefit greatly, you know They’ll defend their area and they want all the sort of non specialists stay out And so the irony is that you know, the the book was endorsed by Mike Spence is a Nobel Prize winner or Angus Deaton. Who’s a Nobel Prize winner Kenneth Rogoff, right? So the economists outside of the antitrust world see that there’s a very clear problem People within the antitrust world who you know are looking for what Nassim Taleb calls the retrospective bribe, right? They want to get hired by, you know, the compass and Charles River work, you know K Street law firms. They think everything’s fine, right? With the with the sort of us and you’ve been talking specifically about the u.s Firstly is this only a u.s. Male or is it global is a global issues it in the UK xored in Europe Is it in Australia and secondly? Is it likely that the US is going to break up? it’s it’s kind of monopolist because If you look at it from a kind of global perspective the US had done pretty well over the last ten years The US equity market and yes, it’s been concentrated But again, it goes back to if you come came in from the outside world And you saw as you go the US looks great, but Napoles look great because the US has outperformed almost everywhere so isn’t a good thing in some ways and Will the US authorities really want to break what looks like a relatively good system or do you need other regions to say? Hey, you know, this is a problem. So one of the reasons that I focused on the US was the u.s In a way is the the leader and the most advanced right? So for the u.s First created antitrust and exported it to the rest of the world and then the u.s Essentially had the counter-revolution and exported that to the rest of the world. So I think that whatever battle is happening in the u.s That’s going to end up playing out elsewhere the u.s Certainly is the most advanced in terms of going down. The consolidation route Europe is less consolidated in many ways than the u.s Is some emerging markets are highly concentrated and they also interestingly tend to be the most unequal in in terms of Gini coefficients. So like Chilles known as the Chicago experiment essentially where a lot of the University Chicago people went down and advised Pinochet Right, so they have very high industry concentration and extremely high inequality So when you look around the world you often do find these very interesting relationships Some countries like Australia are highly oligopolistic and monopolistic and it’s not surprising also that you end up with sort of higher degrees of profitability in some of the sectors and very large transfers of wealth from people who are outside the sector to the sector and the financial industry in particular, you know due to the the four banks, so That’s you know, one of the problems other countries like Canada Australia, which are very oligopolistic often have higher tax rates And so they don’t deal with they don’t have antitrust to increase competition what they’re doing is saying, okay You can pay people very very well in these industries We’re just gonna tax you at a pretty high rate, but my view is you know Rather than go for the very high tax route. Which Piketty argues this let’s create Let’s increase competition to make sure that you don’t have like some very fat Monopolies or dois police and so it does go go around the world the u.s Just happens to be sort of the farthest along and what is the perfect? environment do you think we’re where this kind of really works because it still goes back to put regulation or antitrust laws in place and we clip that top end of Competition, but how what what are the features that you envisage would be? Perfect competition. We know what perfect competition should look like, but real world perfect competition. How’d you get it? So I I’m not precise. I’m not in favor of a perfect competition, which is also like another textbook extreme, right? I’m very much in favor of you know, people who come up with great ideas get patents they can then you know have Very high profitability for a period I’m not against that at all if you happen to create a new market You should enjoy that, you know Until you get competitors, you know and that creates essentially monopoly type profits until competitors emerge I don’t have a problem with that. My problem is essentially with mergers that reduce competition materially so taking out competitors from the market, but what’s interesting in the book I talk about You know earlier chatting about prices going up There’s a lot of work that’s been done by John Koch at Northeastern University showing that when you get below six players in an industry you end up with price increases and a pricing power and so I Argue that we shouldn’t allow for mergers and industries below six players right now If you want to increase your market share by being better go for it You know try to become number one and you know, take everyone else’s market share But we shouldn’t have mergers between players and under six industries. Sorry six players per industry. So that that is what I wear I think you know you can draw the line in terms of mergers But it doesn’t mean that you couldn’t have one company dominating an industry if they’re doing it through best service The problem is what when I talk to people almost no one can point to industries like well They have a monopoly because they’re just the very best, right? Generally what happens is companies merge, even in the case of Google and Facebook The reason they have a duopoly in the ad market is due to purchases of direct competitors Do you have a view code? Does this have any impact on princes the bond market? Because it feels like over the last 20 years 30 years when this has been in place or if in fact have been seeing that sort of eating away at potential economic growth in order to fuel excess profits So the long equity long bond trade which has worked kind of pretty well over the last thirty years We’re just coming in for a little bit of a little bit of us a tricky patch now But if this doesn’t get broken up, does that suggest that bond yields should actually stay relatively so much you’re not saying they stay down but Relatively subdued so I’m not certain how this plays out in terms of the level of bond yields, but what’s certainly interesting? Is that the real rate of interest has an enormous impact on? Collusion, you know between market players and the ability of companies to buy each other So when debts cheap in a company a can buy Company B And so you’ve ended up with merger waves so merger waves tend to happen during bubbles people can use their stock is acquisition currency It also happens when rates are relatively low and people companies can then borrow money cheaply to buy competitors So those are two things driving merger waves and then also when real rates are low It means that the payoff period can be longer in terms of collusion When real rates are very high companies generally don’t want to clewd because you need a very high initial payoff you know to make that clusion work and so that’s the Very interesting thing. I have a chart in there on global Real rates which of course have been very low which encourages collusion, you know and allows companies to borrow to buy each other So I think to the extent that you end up with higher bond yields higher rates going forward that would Make it more difficult for companies to merge and would be a damper on on the collusion ask You’ve shown that from your own work The concentration of industries outperforms the broad index and I think it was strata gas You did the lobbyists index where those companies Lobby the most outperforms the broad index Until we see any major changes in this structure Would you recommend basically still be the wrong concentration and long the lobbyist as an investor? Would you still kind of take and you’re almost I want to be immoral here and sure in more grameen and continue with those concentrate? I think you’d have to do it on a selective basis I think there’s certainly unfortunately what we’ve seen in the last couple years is that sort of growth forces value stocks or high quality versus low quality stocks and reached extremes and you know as we’re seeing this year a lot of the tech stocks are getting beaten up people are waking up to the fact that Facebook might be broken up. Certainly. There’s a move in Congress to do that and also what you’re finding out is that you all totally can kill the goose that lays the golden eggs and Some of the pharma companies have discovered this where you know, like for example Valiant you can hike prices You know quite a lot when you have a monopoly, right? They have some chain patents on a particular drug or a monopoly on that drug Ultimately, though there’s a backlash and ultimately you can only take that so far and so I think that investors need to think very hard About what you know, what is the source of that? Sort of dominance that they’re getting is it natural. Is it unnatural and and are they? Essentially going to raise the ire of regulators or not and at the end of the book you talk about ways that we can Try and make a difference. I mean a small ways between a from a corn you get the oak tree What are the things that you think can be done? So this shift rather than going on the street to our pickaxes and our sides and all the rest of it You think there are a few things that we can do everyone can do slowly but surely to sort of just start chipping away what are those things so in some cases the consumer has no choice when it comes to like high-speed Internet in the US or you know when it comes to Insurance markets, but there are many places in the US economy where you can decide every day. It’s an election You can decide where you spend your money. I I would recommend that investors and consumers Back David’s versus Goliath, you know that you can decide we know where you spend your money That’s a choice that you can make every day in terms of search. For example, I personally use DuckDuckGo I have no interest in the surveillance capitalism of Google and Facebook, you know which basically appear free but you’re handing over very valuable person betta so there there are alternatives to you know, some of the Programs and companies that essentially are built on surveillance of the user and obviously you know people need to get politically active and let their congressman and Representatives know that this is something that they care about and I think they already are coming to that view and I think that we’re gonna hear a lot more from Congress on this bring the men to My where do you think? How long from now what’s your what’s your time frame? What you think it’s gonna all happen what and so you know if you think of World War two, for example There was the Battle of Midway was essentially the turning point, right and that was, you know, very early on in the war Essentially, but but once once that had happened it was quite clear that Japanese it couldn’t win in the Pacific and then the question was What kind of loss were they going to take and I think that if you look at antitrust right now all the money is stacked on one side of the table and you know, but I think the it’s extremely popular to Get some reform and if you’re looking at the pop culture or you look at John Oliver is running segments on antitrust, you know The show Netflix Patriot Act. Basically that pop culture is moving and ultimately the regulators and Congressmen are gonna want to get ahead and pretend that they’re leading the parade rather than be run out of town It’s the great thing is what you’re saying is that capitalism is good capitalism works It’s become a bit grotesque, but it will probably self correct rather than implode. So therefore it’s actually quite an optimistic outlook We’ve got yes the u.s in the past in other countries there been moments where things have been extreme and you’ve had People like Teddy Roosevelt and I certainly think that we’re going to see more of that, you know, we receive a reform, you know Rather than a revolution Jonathan thank you very much indeed. Well, thank you. Thank you

    Obama Presents American Jobs Act- No Graphics-Full Speech
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    Obama Presents American Jobs Act- No Graphics-Full Speech

    August 29, 2019


    Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of
    Congress, and fellow Americans: Tonight we meet at an urgent time for our
    country. We continue to face an economic crisis that has left millions of our neighbors jobless,
    and a political crisis that’s made things worse. This past week, reporters have been asking,
    “What will this speech mean for the President? What will it mean for Congress? How will it
    affect their polls, and the next election?” But the millions of Americans who are watching
    right now, they don’t care about politics. They have real-life concerns. Many have spent
    months looking for work. Others are doing their best just to scrape by — giving up
    nights out with the family to save on gas or make the mortgage; postponing retirement
    to send a kid to college. These men and women grew up with faith in
    an America where hard work and responsibility paid off. They believed in a country where
    everyone gets a fair shake and does their fair share — where if you stepped up, did
    your job, and were loyal to your company, that loyalty would be rewarded with a decent
    salary and good benefits; maybe a raise once in a while. If you did the right thing, you
    could make it. Anybody could make it in America. For decades now, Americans have watched that
    compact erode. They have seen the decks too often stacked against them. And they know
    that Washington has not always put their interests first. The people of this country work hard to meet
    their responsibilities. The question tonight is whether we’ll meet ours. The question is
    whether, in the face of an ongoing national crisis, we can stop the political circus and
    actually do something to help the economy. (Applause.) The question is — the question
    is whether we can restore some of the fairness and security that has defined this nation
    since our beginning. Those of us here tonight can’t solve all our
    nation’s woes. Ultimately, our recovery will be driven not by Washington, but by our businesses
    and our workers. But we can help. We can make a difference. There are steps we can take
    right now to improve people’s lives. I am sending this Congress a plan that you
    should pass right away. It’s called the American Jobs Act. There should be nothing controversial
    about this piece of legislation. Everything in here is the kind of proposal that’s been
    supported by both Democrats and Republicans — including many who sit here tonight. And
    everything in this bill will be paid for. Everything. (Applause.) The purpose of the American Jobs Act is simple:
    to put more people back to work and more money in the pockets of those who are working. It
    will create more jobs for construction workers, more jobs for teachers, more jobs for veterans,
    and more jobs for long-term unemployed. (Applause.) It will provide — it will provide a tax break
    for companies who hire new workers, and it will cut payroll taxes in half for every working
    American and every small business. (Applause.) It will provide a jolt to an economy that
    has stalled, and give companies confidence that if they invest and if they hire, there
    will be customers for their products and services. You should pass this jobs plan right away.
    (Applause.) Everyone here knows that small businesses
    are where most new jobs begin. And you know that while corporate profits have come roaring
    back, smaller companies haven’t. So for everyone who speaks so passionately about making life
    easier for “job creators,” this plan is for you. (Applause.) Pass this jobs bill — pass this jobs bill,
    and starting tomorrow, small businesses will get a tax cut if they hire new workers or
    if they raise workers’ wages. Pass this jobs bill, and all small business owners will also
    see their payroll taxes cut in half next year. (Applause.) If you have 50 employees — if
    you have 50 employees making an average salary, that’s an $80,000 tax cut. And all businesses
    will be able to continue writing off the investments they make in 2012. It’s not just Democrats who have supported
    this kind of proposal. Fifty House Republicans have proposed the same payroll tax cut that’s
    in this plan. You should pass it right away. (Applause.) Pass this jobs bill, and we can put people
    to work rebuilding America. Everyone here knows we have badly decaying roads and bridges
    all over the country. Our highways are clogged with traffic. Our skies are the most congested
    in the world. It’s an outrage. Building a world-class transportation system
    is part of what made us a economic superpower. And now we’re going to sit back and watch
    China build newer airports and faster railroads? At a time when millions of unemployed construction
    workers could build them right here in America? (Applause.) There are private construction companies all
    across America just waiting to get to work. There’s a bridge that needs repair between
    Ohio and Kentucky that’s on one of the busiest trucking routes in North America. A public
    transit project in Houston that will help clear up one of the worst areas of traffic
    in the country. And there are schools throughout this country that desperately need renovating.
    How can we expect our kids to do their best in places that are literally falling apart?
    This is America. Every child deserves a great school — and we can give it to them, if we
    act now. (Applause.) The American Jobs Act will repair and modernize
    at least 35,000 schools. It will put people to work right now fixing roofs and windows,
    installing science labs and high-speed Internet in classrooms all across this country. It
    will rehabilitate homes and businesses in communities hit hardest by foreclosures. It
    will jumpstart thousands of transportation projects all across the country. And to make
    sure the money is properly spent, we’re building on reforms we’ve already put in place. No
    more earmarks. No more boondoggles. No more bridges to nowhere. We’re cutting the red
    tape that prevents some of these projects from getting started as quickly as possible.
    And we’ll set up an independent fund to attract private dollars and issue loans based on two
    criteria: how badly a construction project is needed and how much good it will do for
    the economy. (Applause.) This idea came from a bill written by a Texas
    Republican and a Massachusetts Democrat. The idea for a big boost in construction is supported
    by America’s largest business organization and America’s largest labor organization.
    It’s the kind of proposal that’s been supported in the past by Democrats and Republicans alike.
    You should pass it right away. (Applause.) Pass this jobs bill, and thousands of teachers
    in every state will go back to work. These are the men and women charged with preparing
    our children for a world where the competition has never been tougher. But while they’re
    adding teachers in places like South Korea, we’re laying them off in droves. It’s unfair
    to our kids. It undermines their future and ours. And it has to stop. Pass this bill,
    and put our teachers back in the classroom where they belong. (Applause.) Pass this jobs bill, and companies will get
    extra tax credits if they hire America’s veterans. We ask these men and women to leave their
    careers, leave their families, risk their lives to fight for our country. The last thing
    they should have to do is fight for a job when they come home. (Applause.) Pass this bill, and hundreds of thousands
    of disadvantaged young people will have the hope and the dignity of a summer job next
    year. And their parents — (applause) — their parents, low-income Americans who desperately
    want to work, will have more ladders out of poverty. Pass this jobs bill, and companies will get
    a $4,000 tax credit if they hire anyone who has spent more than six months looking for
    a job. (Applause.) We have to do more to help the long-term unemployed in their search for
    work. This jobs plan builds on a program in Georgia that several Republican leaders have
    highlighted, where people who collect unemployment insurance participate in temporary work as
    a way to build their skills while they look for a permanent job. The plan also extends
    unemployment insurance for another year. (Applause.) If the millions of unemployed Americans stopped
    getting this insurance, and stopped using that money for basic necessities, it would
    be a devastating blow to this economy. Democrats and Republicans in this chamber have supported
    unemployment insurance plenty of times in the past. And in this time of prolonged hardship,
    you should pass it again — right away. (Applause.) Pass this jobs bill, and the typical working
    family will get a $1,500 tax cut next year. Fifteen hundred dollars that would have been
    taken out of your pocket will go into your pocket. This expands on the tax cut that Democrats
    and Republicans already passed for this year. If we allow that tax cut to expire — if we
    refuse to act — middle-class families will get hit with a tax increase at the worst possible
    time. We can’t let that happen. I know that some of you have sworn oaths to never raise
    any taxes on anyone for as long as you live. Now is not the time to carve out an exception
    and raise middle-class taxes, which is why you should pass this bill right away. (Applause.) This is the American Jobs Act. It will lead
    to new jobs for construction workers, for teachers, for veterans, for first responders,
    young people and the long-term unemployed. It will provide tax credits to companies that
    hire new workers, tax relief to small business owners, and tax cuts for the middle class.
    And here’s the other thing I want the American people to know: The American Jobs Act will
    not add to the deficit. It will be paid for. And here’s how. (Applause.) The agreement we passed in July will cut government
    spending by about $1 trillion over the next 10 years. It also charges this Congress to
    come up with an additional $1.5 trillion in savings by Christmas. Tonight, I am asking
    you to increase that amount so that it covers the full cost of the American Jobs Act. And
    a week from Monday, I’ll be releasing a more ambitious deficit plan — a plan that will
    not only cover the cost of this jobs bill, but stabilize our debt in the long run. (Applause.) This approach is basically the one I’ve been
    advocating for months. In addition to the trillion dollars of spending cuts I’ve already
    signed into law, it’s a balanced plan that would reduce the deficit by making additional
    spending cuts, by making modest adjustments to health care programs like Medicare and
    Medicaid, and by reforming our tax code in a way that asks the wealthiest Americans and
    biggest corporations to pay their fair share. (Applause.) What’s more, the spending cuts
    wouldn’t happen so abruptly that they’d be a drag on our economy, or prevent us from
    helping small businesses and middle-class families get back on their feet right away. Now, I realize there are some in my party
    who don’t think we should make any changes at all to Medicare and Medicaid, and I understand
    their concerns. But here’s the truth: Millions of Americans rely on Medicare in their retirement.
    And millions more will do so in the future. They pay for this benefit during their working
    years. They earn it. But with an aging population and rising health care costs, we are spending
    too fast to sustain the program. And if we don’t gradually reform the system while protecting
    current beneficiaries, it won’t be there when future retirees need it. We have to reform
    Medicare to strengthen it. (Applause.) I am also — I’m also well aware that there
    are many Republicans who don’t believe we should raise taxes on those who are most fortunate
    and can best afford it. But here is what every American knows: While most people in this
    country struggle to make ends meet, a few of the most affluent citizens and most profitable
    corporations enjoy tax breaks and loopholes that nobody else gets. Right now, Warren Buffett
    pays a lower tax rate than his secretary — an outrage he has asked us to fix. (Laughter.)
    We need a tax code where everyone gets a fair shake and where everybody pays their fair
    share. (Applause.) And by the way, I believe the vast majority of wealthy Americans and
    CEOs are willing to do just that if it helps the economy grow and gets our fiscal house
    in order. I’ll also offer ideas to reform a corporate
    tax code that stands as a monument to special interest influence in Washington. By eliminating
    pages of loopholes and deductions, we can lower one of the highest corporate tax rates
    in the world. (Applause.) Our tax code should not give an advantage to companies that can
    afford the best-connected lobbyists. It should give an advantage to companies that invest
    and create jobs right here in the United States of America. (Applause.) So we can reduce this deficit, pay down our
    debt, and pay for this jobs plan in the process. But in order to do this, we have to decide
    what our priorities are. We have to ask ourselves, “What’s the best way to grow the economy and
    create jobs?” Should we keep tax loopholes for oil companies?
    Or should we use that money to give small business owners a tax credit when they hire
    new workers? Because we can’t afford to do both. Should we keep tax breaks for millionaires
    and billionaires? Or should we put teachers back to work so our kids can graduate ready
    for college and good jobs? (Applause.) Right now, we can’t afford to do both. This isn’t political grandstanding. This isn’t
    class warfare. This is simple math. (Laughter.) This is simple math. These are real choices.
    These are real choices that we’ve got to make. And I’m pretty sure I know what most Americans
    would choose. It’s not even close. And it’s time for us to do what’s right for our future.
    (Applause.) Now, the American Jobs Act answers the urgent
    need to create jobs right away. But we can’t stop there. As I’ve argued since I ran for
    this office, we have to look beyond the immediate crisis and start building an economy that
    lasts into the future — an economy that creates good, middle-class jobs that pay well and
    offer security. We now live in a world where technology has made it possible for companies
    to take their business anywhere. If we want them to start here and stay here and hire
    here, we have to be able to out-build and out-educate and out-innovate every other country
    on Earth. (Applause.) And this task of making America more competitive
    for the long haul, that’s a job for all of us. For government and for private companies.
    For states and for local communities — and for every American citizen. All of us will
    have to up our game. All of us will have to change the way we do business. My administration can and will take some steps
    to improve our competitiveness on our own. For example, if you’re a small business owner
    who has a contract with the federal government, we’re going to make sure you get paid a lot
    faster than you do right now. (Applause.) We’re also planning to cut away the red tape
    that prevents too many rapidly growing startup companies from raising capital and going public.
    And to help responsible homeowners, we’re going to work with federal housing agencies
    to help more people refinance their mortgages at interest rates that are now near 4 percent.
    That’s a step — (applause) — I know you guys must be for this, because that’s a step
    that can put more than $2,000 a year in a family’s pocket, and give a lift to an economy
    still burdened by the drop in housing prices. So, some things we can do on our own. Other
    steps will require congressional action. Today you passed reform that will speed up the outdated
    patent process, so that entrepreneurs can turn a new idea into a new business as quickly
    as possible. That’s the kind of action we need. Now it’s time to clear the way for a
    series of trade agreements that would make it easier for American companies to sell their
    products in Panama and Colombia and South Korea — while also helping the workers whose
    jobs have been affected by global competition. (Applause.) If Americans can buy Kias and
    Hyundais, I want to see folks in South Korea driving Fords and Chevys and Chryslers. (Applause.)
    I want to see more products sold around the world stamped with the three proud words:
    “Made in America.” That’s what we need to get done. (Applause.) And on all of our efforts to strengthen competitiveness,
    we need to look for ways to work side by side with America’s businesses. That’s why I’ve
    brought together a Jobs Council of leaders from different industries who are developing
    a wide range of new ideas to help companies grow and create jobs. Already, we’ve mobilized business leaders
    to train 10,000 American engineers a year, by providing company internships and training.
    Other businesses are covering tuition for workers who learn new skills at community
    colleges. And we’re going to make sure the next generation of manufacturing takes root
    not in China or Europe, but right here, in the United States of America. (Applause) If
    we provide the right incentives, the right support — and if we make sure our trading
    partners play by the rules — we can be the ones to build everything from fuel-efficient
    cars to advanced biofuels to semiconductors that we sell all around the world. That’s
    how America can be number one again. And that’s how America will be number one again. (Applause.) Now, I realize that some of you have a different
    theory on how to grow the economy. Some of you sincerely believe that the only solution
    to our economic challenges is to simply cut most government spending and eliminate most
    government regulations. (Applause.) Well, I agree that we can’t afford wasteful
    spending, and I’ll work with you, with Congress, to root it out. And I agree that there are
    some rules and regulations that do put an unnecessary burden on businesses at a time
    when they can least afford it. (Applause.) That’s why I ordered a review of all government
    regulations. So far, we’ve identified over 500 reforms, which will save billions of dollars
    over the next few years. (Applause.) We should have no more regulation than the health, safety
    and security of the American people require. Every rule should meet that common-sense test.
    (Applause.) But what we can’t do — what I will not do
    — is let this economic crisis be used as an excuse to wipe out the basic protections
    that Americans have counted on for decades. (Applause.) I reject the idea that we need
    to ask people to choose between their jobs and their safety. I reject the argument that
    says for the economy to grow, we have to roll back protections that ban hidden fees by credit
    card companies, or rules that keep our kids from being exposed to mercury, or laws that
    prevent the health insurance industry from shortchanging patients. I reject the idea
    that we have to strip away collective bargaining rights to compete in a global economy. (Applause.)
    We shouldn’t be in a race to the bottom, where we try to offer the cheapest labor and the
    worst pollution standards. America should be in a race to the top. And I believe we
    can win that race. (Applause.) In fact, this larger notion that the only
    thing we can do to restore prosperity is just dismantle government, refund everybody’s money,
    and let everyone write their own rules, and tell everyone they’re on their own — that’s
    not who we are. That’s not the story of America. Yes, we are rugged individualists. Yes, we
    are strong and self-reliant. And it has been the drive and initiative of our workers and
    entrepreneurs that has made this economy the engine and the envy of the world. But there’s always been another thread running
    throughout our history — a belief that we’re all connected, and that there are some things
    we can only do together, as a nation. We all remember Abraham Lincoln as the leader
    who saved our Union. Founder of the Republican Party. But in the middle of a civil war, he
    was also a leader who looked to the future — a Republican President who mobilized government
    to build the Transcontinental Railroad — (applause) — launch the National Academy of Sciences,
    set up the first land grant colleges. (Applause.) And leaders of both parties have followed
    the example he set. Ask yourselves — where would we be right
    now if the people who sat here before us decided not to build our highways, not to build our
    bridges, our dams, our airports? What would this country be like if we had chosen not
    to spend money on public high schools, or research universities, or community colleges?
    Millions of returning heroes, including my grandfather, had the opportunity to go to
    school because of the G.I. Bill. Where would we be if they hadn’t had that chance? (Applause.) How many jobs would it have cost us if past
    Congresses decided not to support the basic research that led to the Internet and the
    computer chip? What kind of country would this be if this chamber had voted down Social
    Security or Medicare just because it violated some rigid idea about what government could
    or could not do? (Applause.) How many Americans would have suffered as a result? No single individual built America on their
    own. We built it together. We have been, and always will be, one nation, under God, indivisible,
    with liberty and justice for all; a nation with responsibilities to ourselves and with
    responsibilities to one another. And members of Congress, it is time for us to meet our
    responsibilities. (Applause.) Every proposal I’ve laid out tonight is the
    kind that’s been supported by Democrats and Republicans in the past. Every proposal I’ve
    laid out tonight will be paid for. And every proposal is designed to meet the urgent needs
    of our people and our communities. Now, I know there’s been a lot of skepticism
    about whether the politics of the moment will allow us to pass this jobs plan — or any
    jobs plan. Already, we’re seeing the same old press releases and tweets flying back
    and forth. Already, the media has proclaimed that it’s impossible to bridge our differences.
    And maybe some of you have decided that those differences are so great that we can only
    resolve them at the ballot box. But know this: The next election is 14 months
    away. And the people who sent us here — the people who hired us to work for them — they
    don’t have the luxury of waiting 14 months. (Applause.) Some of them are living week to
    week, paycheck to paycheck, even day to day. They need help, and they need it now. I don’t pretend that this plan will solve
    all our problems. It should not be, nor will it be, the last plan of action we propose.
    What’s guided us from the start of this crisis hasn’t been the search for a silver bullet.
    It’s been a commitment to stay at it — to be persistent — to keep trying every new
    idea that works, and listen to every good proposal, no matter which party comes up with
    it. Regardless of the arguments we’ve had in the
    past, regardless of the arguments we will have in the future, this plan is the right
    thing to do right now. You should pass it. (Applause.) And I intend to take that message
    to every corner of this country. (Applause.) And I ask — I ask every American who agrees
    to lift your voice: Tell the people who are gathered here tonight that you want action
    now. Tell Washington that doing nothing is not an option. Remind us that if we act as
    one nation and one people, we have it within our power to meet this challenge. President Kennedy once said, “Our problems
    are man-made — therefore they can be solved by man. And man can be as big as he wants.” These are difficult years for our country.
    But we are Americans. We are tougher than the times we live in, and we are bigger than
    our politics have been. So let’s meet the moment. Let’s get to work, and let’s show
    the world once again why the United States of America remains the greatest nation on
    Earth. (Applause.) Thank you very much. God bless you, and God
    bless the United States of America. (Applause.)

    Arizona 360 – June 15, 2018
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    August 26, 2019


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    CHILDR WILL BE REMOVED FROM THEIR CARE AND PLACED INTO
    GOVERN CUSTODY. HOWEVE IF THEY OPT TO GO
    THROUG ENTRY, THEY HAVE A LITTLE RIGHT TO PRESENT
    THEMSE THE CHALLENGE THERE’ CAN
    WAIT FOR DAYS AND DAYS FOR THE OPPORT
    HOUFRTS, HOWEVE THEY GET THROUGH
    THAT, THE LIKELIHOOD OF BEING SEPARA DECREASES.
    BUT THEN IT DEPENDS ON AVAILABLE SPACE.
    IF THE DETENTION AND ONLY B AVAILABLE AT AN ADULT
    ONLY FACILITY, THEN OBVIOUSLY THEIR ARE NOT GOING TO TAKEN W
    ASKED THAT THESE CHILDREN ARE NOT LOST.
    AND AS A MATTER OF FACT, THE AGENCY CLAIMS TO HAVE MADE PHONE
    CALLS TO THE SO-CALLED SPONSORS IN THE U.S. IS IT FAIR TO SAT
    CHILDR ARE DROPPING OFF THE RADAR OR WHERE ARE THEY GOING IF
    THAT SPONSOR CAN’T BE LOCATED?>>THE WHOLE DEBATE OVER WHETHER
    THEY W LOST OR NOT KIND OF STEMS FROM, YOU KNOW, THE HEALTH
    AND HUMAN SERVICES TRYING TO CONTAC OR FOLLOW UP WITH A LOT
    PROCES THEY’R NOT NECESSARILY LOST IN D
    BYANYONE. BUT IN THE SENSE THAT THE
    GOVERN DOESN’T KNOW WHERE THEY ARE.
    THEY W PLACED — IF THEY WERE RELEAS THAT MEANS THEY WERE
    PLACED CARE OF A RELATI A FAMILY FRIEND.
    IN MANY CASES, THE FAMILIES JUST DON’T WANT TO BE FOUND BECAUSE
    THEY’R HERE ILLEGALLY. THAT SEEMS TO BE THE IDEA BEHIND
    THE GOVERNMENT GOING ON AND THERE INSTANCES
    WHERE MAYBE THEY MIGHT HAVE MOVED OR SOMETHING ELSE MIGHT
    HAVE HAPPENED WHERE THEY’RE IN DIFFER LOCATION NOW.
    BUT THE KIDS ARE, YOU KNOW, FOR THE MOST PART WITH THEIR
    FAMILI OR RELATIVES THAT THEY R GOVERN DOESN’T HAVE A WAY TO
    TRACK THEM.>>YOU CROSS TUCSON TO MEET WITH
    THE ASYLUM SEEKERS. ET SEEMS THERE IS A
    COMMUN SOUTH OF THE BORDER THAT IS NOW IS THE TIME Y
    ARE SEEING THIS INFLUX OVER THE LAST SIX WEEKS OR SO?
    >>THERE IS AN ARBITRARY DEADLI OF MAY 31st.
    IF YOU HAVE A CHILD AND YOU ARE AUTOMA ABLE TO GET INTO COUNTR.
    AND SO BECAUSE OF THAT, THE WORD OF MOUTH, THAT’S STARTING TO SEE
    A LARGE INCREASE IN THE NUMBER . I THIN A LOT OF THE POLICIES
    THAT THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION PUT IN PLACE HAS KIND OF
    INSTIL A LOT OF FEARS AND THE MIGRAN AND IF I DON’T DO IT
    NOW, I WILL HAVE A CHANCE TO DO.>>YOUR PERSPECTIVE IS UNIQUE.
    YOU’RE TRAVELING SOUTH OF THE BORDER AND THEN YOU’RE SITTING
    IN ON FEDERAL COURT HEARINGS WHERE YOU’RE HEARING FIRSTHAND
    FROM IMMIGRANTS ASKING THE JUDGE WHERE IS MY CHILD?
    THIS IS VERY REAL.>>YEAH.
    AND THIS IS — THIS REALLY CAME INTO FOCUS HERE IN ARIZONA.
    I THINK APPROXIMATELY AGO.
    THERE WAS A DAY. I’VE BEEN TALKING TO SOME OF THE
    ACTIVI WHO ARE CRITICAL OF OPERAT STREAM LAND WHICH IS HE
    MIGRAN THEY W SITTING IN AS A
    REGULA OBSERVER TO MAKE SURE THERE NO OUTSTANDING ISSUES
    AND THEN THEY SHOW UP AND YOU HAVE SIX, SEVEN PARENT CRYING
    BEFORE THE JUDGE ASKING WHERE THEIR KIDS ARE.
    THEY STARTED TRACKING A LOT MORE OF THE INSTANCES.
    ADVOCATES AND THE APPOIN ATTORNEYS FOR THE
    MIGRAN WERE CAUGHT OFF GUARD FWHA TOO.
    THEY TELL US THAT THEY WERE VERY FRUSTR BECAUSE THE SYSTEM
    THAT WAS PUT IN PLACE SEEMS LIKE THE GOVERNMENT HAD THE SYSTEM TO
    SEPARA THE FAMILIES BUT NOT TO REUNIT THEM AFTERWARDS.
    >>ACROSS THE NATION WE’RE SEEING LEADERS IN CITIES AND
    COUNTI COMING OUT AND SAYING THIS HAS GOT TO STOP.
    SOMEWH PREMATURE GIVEN WE DON’T HAVE ALL THE FACTS AT THIS
    POINT?>>YEAH.
    AND THERE ARE STILL A LOT OF DETAIL THAT SEEM TO BE COMING
    OUT EVERY DAY, SOME DIFFERENT TYPE PROCESS.
    AND NOW I THINK WE’RE STARTING TO SEE A GREATER RESPONSE FROM
    THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. AT LEAST SOME SORT OF BETTER
    COORDI BETWEEN THE THREE MAIN AGENCIES THAT HAND WILL THE
    FAMILY SEPARATIONS WE TALK ABOU NOT JUST, YOU KNOW, THE
    DEPART OF HOMELAND SECURITY WHICH DETAINS AND DEPORTS
    IMMIGR WE ALSO HAVE THE DEPART WHO IS
    PROSEC THEM AND YOU ALSO HAVE HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
    AS WE MENTIONED TAKING CARE OF THEKIDS.
    BUT FO LOT OF ADVOCATES, THEY SAY IT IS NOT ENOUGH.
    THEY WANT TO SEE A HALT TO THE PROCES WHICH IS WHY WE SEE MORE
    COMMUN GROUPS SPEAK OUT AND ASK FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO STOP
    THIS PRACTICE AND EVEN ASKING OUTSID GROUPS TO INTERVENE SUCH
    AS THE UNITED NATIONS OR THE INTERA COMMISSION ON
    HUMAN RIGHTS.>>OKAY.
    FROM T ARIZONA REPUBLIC, THANK YOU.
    >>THA>>>LAST WEEK WE HEARD FROM THE
    CHIEF PATROL AGENT OF THE BORDER ABOUT THE CHALLENGES AND DANGERS
    AGENTS FACE ON THE JOB. A WEEK LATER AN AGENT WAS SHOT
    SEVERA TIMES. HE IS NOW RECOVERING.
    AT A NEWS CONFERENCE, THE CHIEF JUSTIC RURAL AREA WITH LIMITED
    INFRAS SOMETH ECHOED BY A BORDER
    PATROL UNION OFFICIAL.>>YOU’RE WORKING IN A VERY
    REMOTE AREA. YOU’RE WORKING IN THE DARK.
    IT CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE. I MEAN, IT’S JUST — IT’S
    UNFORT BUT THIS, I THINK, SHOWS THE
    CONTIN AGENTS ARE EXPOSED TO.
    >>GOING BACK TO OUR PREVIOUS CONVER WE ASKED TO SEE
    SOME O THE AREAS OF CONCERN AND THE AGENCY AGREED TO AN AERIAL
    TOUR ON A BLACKHAWK HELICOPTER. CUSTOM AND BORDER PRO INFECTION
    HAVE A COUPLE OF THE HELICO
    OUR TOUR WITH THE CHIEF AND TEAM OF SPECIALIZED AGENTS COVE>>ONBOARD A BLACKHAWK HELP
    KOMENT YOU GET A SENSE OF HOW VAST THE DESERT REGION IS.>>ON THIS DAY, WE’RE I DESERT.>>THE DOORS OPEN AND BELOW
    TRAILS ARE VISIBLE. OUR PILOTS SAY THEY’RE REMNANTS.
    WE FLY OVER THE LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER ON THE NATION.
    IT IS USED BY FEDERAL AND TRIBAL PARTNE
    IT ALSO FUNCTIONS AS A FORWARD OPERAT BASE PUTTING AGENTS
    AND RESOURCES CLOSER TO THE BORDER IN REMOTE AREAS.
    THEN MOBILE SURVEILLANCE, TOWERS ON A TRUCK PERCHED ON A REMOTE
    HILL. THE CHIEF EXPLAINS THE ROLE.>>MIN LATER WE’RE NEAR THE
    PORT OF ENTRY WHERE AGENTS ARE PEOPLE THAT RAN BACK SOUTH.
    ITS A CHALLENGE FROM THE AIR AND ON THE GROUND.
    FARTHE WEST THE DESERT BECOMES . MINUTE LATER, A CALL COMES IN.>>SOMEONE CALLED 911 FROM THIS
    AREA LESS THAN AN HOUR AGO. THE CREW OPENS THE DOORS FOR A
    BETTER LOOK. BUT THEY CAN’T FIND ANYONE.>>THE PILOT SAYS THE GPS FOR
    THIS CALL IS VERY ACCURATE.>>SITUATIONS LIKE THAT AREN’T
    EVERY DAY BUT OFTEN ESPECIALLY IN THE SUMMER.
    LAST WEEK AGENTS RESCUED A MAN WHO CALLED FOR HELP.>>OUR PILOT LETS
    NATIONAL NATION HELICOPTER WILL
    CONTIN WE HEAD ALONG HIGHWAY 86 AND FLY
    OVER A TEMPORARY CHECK POINT.>>THERE -VHAS BEEN DEBATE ABOT
    THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE CHECKP AND WHETHER THEY
    SHOULD MOVE FROM LOCATION TO>>>ON THE FLIGHT BACK, THE
    CHIEF EXPLAINS WHY THE AGENCY AGREED TO GIVE ARIZONA PUBLIC
    MEDIA HAND THE SCENES LOOK AT THEIR WORK.>>OUR RIDE COVERED LARGE AREAS
    BOTH ARIZONA AND MEXICO. IT PUTS SOME OF THE PROBLEMS
    AROUND BORDER ENFORCEMENT ON THE TRIBE’ DOORSTEP, SO TO SPEAK
    AND LE REFER TO IT AS A TRINATIONAL ISSUE.
    WE WENT FOR ANOTHER RIDE. THIS TIME WITH TRIBAL LEADERS TO
    GET A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF LIFE ON THE NATION AND THEIR
    RELATI FEDERAL LAW ENFORC
    ZBLFR THE NATION IS COMPROMISE PRIMAR IN THE COMMUNITY
    ITSELF AND NEARBY VILLAGES. THE NATION COVERS ABOUT
    2.8 MI ACRES, MUCH OF THAT BE MEXICO BORDER.
    A SYMBOL OF THE NATION IS MORE .>>THE SIGNIFICANT IS ONE OF THE
    PLACES OUR CREATOR CALLS HOME. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR THE
    PEOPLE TO PRESERVE AND PROTECT OUR SACRED SITES. THE TALK OF B
    SECURI IS A DELICATE SUBJECT.>>IT’S A BORDER BETWEEN TWO
    COUNTR TO US, IT’S AN INVISILINE. THIS IS WHERE TRIB
    CAN CROSS FREELY, SO TO SPEAK. MOST DAYS YOU SEE MILITARY AND
    MEXICO AND BORDER PATROL AGENTS ONE, I HONOR SYSTEM.
    >>SEVERAL MEMBERS IN ORDER TO CROSS THIS CROSSING POINT,
    TRIBAL MEMBER WOULD HAVE TO PRESEN THEIR TRIBAL ID TO THE
    UNITED BORDER PATROL AGENT.
    YOU ASK THEM A NUMBER OF QUESTI AND WHAT THEY DO
    GENERA IS RUN A CHECK ON THEM TO FIND OUT IF THEY HAVE ANY
    WANTS OR WARRANTS OR IF THEY WANT CRIME OR TO THEY CREATED
    VIOLAT ANY IMMIGRATION ISSUES . AND TH OPPORTUNITY TO
    DENY A PERSON, RIGHT, TO COME IN.
    BUT THIS IS JUST TO INFORM THEM THAT THEY ARE TRIBAL MEMBER THAT
    THEY MAY GO TO THE RESERVATION .>>THAT CULTURAL FREEDOM IS WHAT
    THIS PERSON WANTS TO MAINTAIN. OVER THE YEARS, THE BORDER HAS
    CHANGE A MORE FORTIFIED FENCE SLOWED
    DRUG AND HUMAN SMUGGLING ALLOWI THIS ENVIRONMENT TO
    REMAIN MOSTLY INTACT.>>PEOPLE OFTEN ASK WHAT IS YOUR
    RELATI WITH THE BORDER PATROL AND HOME LAND SECURITY.
    I BELIEVE WE HAVE AN OKAY RELATI WON’T CALL IT GREAT.
    I BELIEVE THAT THERE HAS BEEN SOME OPPORTUNITY FOR THE NATION.
    I ALSO BELIEVE THAT IF WE CONTIN TO TALK TO EACH OTHER
    THAT WE CAN, WE CAN BE ALLIES AND NOT DIVIDED AS ENEMIES.
    BECAUS THE FIRST THING THAT HAPPEN IS THAT THE FEDERAL
    GOVERN AND THE ARMY OF BORDER PATROL COMES IN AND SAY
    OKAY, WE’RE FEDERAL AGENTS. WE HAVE AUTHORITY OVER HERE.
    AND LOOK AT EVERY TRIBAL MEMBER. AND WE’RE NOT.
    WE HAVE A VESTED INTEREST HERE . SO WE HAVE TO WORK AT
    COMMUN JUST LIKE WE’RE WORKIN ON THE COMMUNICATIONS
    WITH T MANY EX- GOVERNMENT. SBRE TO HAVE A SEAT AT THE
    TABLE. THE RELATIONSHI IMPROVED OVER RECENT YEARS SAYS RICHARD
    SAUNDE>>IT JUST SO HAPPENS THAT THE
    NATION WAS, YOU KNOW, KIND OF A BOTTLE NECK, PATH OF LEAST
    RESIST IF YOU WILL.>>TURNS OUT THE FEDS AND TRIBAL
    MEMBER WERE FIGHTING THE SAME FIGHT DRUG SMUGGLERS AND
    HUMAN TRAFFICKERS OVER THE YEARS, THEY FORTHED A
    RELATI THROUGH COMMUN AND RESPECT.
    ZBLR I AM TOTALLY CONFIDENT AS A RESULT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
    PARTNE EFFORTS, INTELL GATHERING, YOU
    KNOW, VEHICLE BARRIERS THAT WERE STANDI IN FRONT OF, ALL THE
    RESOUR OF MANPOWER, TECHNO HAS ALL PLAYED A ROLE
    IN REDUCING ACTIVITY NOT ONLY TO THE — THROUGH THE NATION BUT TO
    THE REST OF THE UNITED STATES HERE. BORDER PATROL AGENTS HAVE
    LIMITE AUTHORITY HERE IN THE SAME GOES FOR TRIBAL
    ENFORC>>BECAUSE OF MANPOWER AND
    STAFFING ISSUES TH POLICE CURREN
    NUMBER OF TIMES, PARTICULARLY IN THE RE AND TORN
    VILLAGTHERE, THERE IS A CALL FOR THERE AND WE PUT IT
    OUT AND CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, OUR FE PAFRT
    PARTNE THEY RESPOND AND THEY’R THE FIRST ON THE SCENE.
    IT’S A MUST. IT’S A MUST THAT WE WORK HAND IN
    HAND. WE WORK JOINTLY, YOU KNOW, PUT
    ALL THE POLITICS ASIDE THERE. WE’LL LEAVE THAT TO THE HIGHER
    LEVEL THERE. BUT IT’S A MUST THAT WE
    COLLAB WE PARTNERSHIP, WE SHARE INTELLIGENCE WE RESPOND
    TO CALLS TO BACK EACH OTHER UP THERE.
    THAT VITALLY IMPORTANT IN OUR EFFORT TO SECURE, PROTECT NOT
    ONLY THE GOOD CITIZENS OF THE NATION BUT THE GOOD CITIZENS OF
    ARIZON AND THE UNITED STATES THERE FOR THAT MATTER.
    >>IN THIS RURAL COMMUNITY, POVERT AND CRIME ARE PART OF
    LIFE HERE. FEEDIN INTO SOCIAL AND
    BEHAVI ISSUES. IT SADDENS ME TO TRIBAL MEMBERS, COMMUNITY
    MEMBER FAMILY MEMBERS ALSO PARTICIPATE IN THI WE’RE
    TRYING TO STOP THE WAR ON DRUGS AND STOP THE WAR ON ILLEGAL
    ACTIVI HOWEVE IT’S UNFORTUNATE THAT
    THERE ARE MANY CHALLENGES FROM THE NATION.
    THE POVERTY RATE IS HIGH. THERE ARE NO JOBS.
    THERE ARE NO HOMES. THERE INFRASTRUCTURE.
    THERE IS NO BUSINESS. SO AS A TRIBAL LEADER, WE WORK
    THINGS UNFORT IT’S EASY FOR
    SOMEON WALK UP TO A HIGH SCHOOL AND SAY, HEY,
    I’LL GIVE YOU $1,000 IF YOU DRIVE THIS CAR FROM LEER TO
    THERE I’LL GIVE YOU $5,000 IF C. AND WHAT IS A YOUNG PERSON TO
    THINK? THE NATION IS WORKING TO CREATE ECONOMIC AND EDUCATIONAL
    OPPORT BUT IT’S A TOUGH BALANC
    >>THE NATION HAS CREATED LAWS, POLICY TO GOVERN THE LAND.
    NOT JUST BECAUSE THEY WANT AN INTENT TO KEEP NONMEMBERS OF THE
    NATION THE LAWS ARE CREATED TO PROTECT
    THE MEMBERS OF THIS NATION.>>MAINTAINING A C
    IDENTITY BHIL IDENTI SECURING A NATION
    IS A W PROGRESS.>>>ARIZONA’S ECONOMY IS
    GROWIN ECONOM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF
    ARIZON COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT FORECA ADDED JOBS,
    POPULA BOOST AND INCREASED INCOME IN 2018.
    WE GET A BETTER SENSE OF HOW ONE COMPAN VIEWS ARIZONA’S ECONOMIC
    POTENT FIRST, GARRET TAYLOR OFFERED
    THIS T STATE’S ECONOM PROSPECT. ENCOURAGED BY
    SIT. “FORTU SAYS
    ONE OF THE TOP TEN STATES FOR PROJEC JOB GROWTH.
    THAT’S GREAT. WHEN CEO MAGAZINE SAYS YOU HAVE
    GREAT FOR EXPANDED BUSINE THAT’S GREAT.
    BECAUS COST OF DOING BUSINE CALIFORNIA IS SO
    EXPENS CAN REEFRP THE SAME CUSTOMERS BY SETTING UP
    YOUR D CEN TS ARIZON
    WHETHE YOU SEE THE LOGISTICS, SIDE OF OUR ECONOMY HUMMING,
    THAT MEANS TRUCKS AND TRAINS AND AIRPLA COMING THROUGH THIS
    STATE. THAT MEANS THERE IS STUFF ON
    THOSE CONVEY YANSS GOING TO MARKET
    >>UNION PACIFIC HAS A BIG ROLE IN MOV GOODS ACROSS ARIZONA.
    THE COMPANY HAS NEARLY 700 MILES OF TRACK ACROSS THE STATE AND
    SPENT MORE THAN $200 MILLION OVER T
    FORTIF INFRASTRUCTURE WITH MOR.>>JUST THIS PAST APRIL WE
    ANNOUN A $26.5 MILLION PROJEC FOR THE CAPITAL SPEND IN
    2018. SO WHA MEANS IS, FOR
    EXAMPL WE PLACE EIGHT MILES OF NEW RAIL IN THE YUMA AREA AND
    47,000 TIES WITH ABOUT 19,000 TONS O BALLAST.
    AND SO TO ALLOWING US TO REPLACE CERTAIN
    INFRAS WE HAVE, MAKE SURE IT’S IN PLACE TO SERVE OUR
    CUSTOM AND CONTINUE TO RESPON TO THOSE DEMANDS.
    >>STRATEGY FOR BUSINESS BUT ALSO SAFETY.
    >>SAFETY IS THE CORE OF EVERYT WE DO HERE AT UNION
    PACIFI YOU’RE RIGHT, NOT ONLY DO WE
    SPEND THE CAPITAL DOLLARS TO HARDEN THE INFRASTRUCTURE AND
    SERVE OUR CUSTOMERS, BUT THE WAY WE DO IT, THE TECHNOLOGY THAT WE
    HAVE IN PLACE TO SUPPORT THAT, HAS DRIVEN DOWN, YOU KNOW,
    CUSTOM INCIDENTS AND EMPLOYEE INCIDE
    >>LIKE TO FOLLOW UP ON A PIECEZ LOCOMO PARKED. GONE NOW.
    WHERE DID THEY GO?>>I THINK THERE ARE FOLKS THAT
    POINT TO THE ECONOMY AND JUST WHAT SEEN THERE IN TERMS
    OF UPTICKS IN CERTAIN MARKETS. BUT FOR U.P. AND FOR US MORE
    BROADL IT IS A STORY OF OUR FLEFRM BUILT.
    I THINK WE’RE CONSTANTLY EVALUA OUR CUSTOMER PRODUCT
    AND OUR ABILITY TO ADOPT OUR CUSTOM
    HAVING HAVE RESOUR LIKE THAT STORED IN
    DIFFER PLACE AS LOUZ US ALLOWS US TO SERVE OUR CUSTOMERS.
    THAT THE LARGEST STORY BEYOND THE ECONOMY.
    >>TRAINS ARE MOVING. THAT MEANS GOOD THINGS FOR THE
    ECONOM WHERE DOES ARIZONA FIT INTO THAT
    MAP OF WHAT IS REALLY DRIVING UNION PACIFIC’S TRAFFIC.
    >>ANYONE THAT OPENS UP A NEWSPA TODAY OR TRADE
    MAGAZINE, YOU LOOK RANKIN FASTEST GROWING
    COMMUN COUNTIES, CITIES, STATES ARIZONA HAS BEEN AND
    CONTIN TO BE ONE OF THE FASTES GROWING STATES.
    THERE SOUTHWEST. WE SAW THAT IN THE SOUTHEAST.
    BUT YOU’RE SEEING THE STATES REALLY TURN THE LIGHTS ON
    WHETHE IT COMES TO THAT GROWTH.>>ANYTHING UNIQUE ABOUT ARIZONA
    THAT YOU WOULD ATTRIBUTE THAT TO? YOU KNOW, A COUPLE THINGS.
    ONE, J FOOTPRINT H WHAT WE CALL THE SUNSET ROUTE,
    MAJOR THOROUGH FAIR. THE FACT THAT RUNS ALONG I-10 E
    PHOENI AS A CONSUMER MARKET. SO, IN OTHER WORDS, DELIVERING
    MORE PRODUCT TO PHOENIX WHICH SPEAKS THE GROWTH, BUILDING
    MATERI LUMBER, STEEL. BUT THEN THE FACT THAT UNION
    PACIFI RAILROAD IS THE ONLY RAILRO WITH SIX GATEWAYS IN
    AND OUT OF MEXICO. ONE OF THOSE BEING HERE IN
    ARIZON>>TO SAY THERE IS
    CONNEC BETWEEN ARIZONA AND MEXICO
    AND IT’S IMPORTANT FOR THAT RELATI TO CONTINUE.
    >>IT IS. YOU KNOW, YOU CAN’T HELP BUT
    THINK ABOUT NAFTA AND THAT DISCUS TODAY IS SOMETHING
    WE’RE PAYING PARTICULAR ATTENT NOT JUST UNION
    PACIFI BUT I THINK BUSINESS AT LARGE IS PAYING ATTENTION TO
    THAT. AND IF YOU LOOK AT IT, ARIZONA
    AND MEFRM HE COULD I THINK MEXICO IS ARIZONA’S NUMBER ONE
    TRADIN PARTNER. THE FACT THAT FREIGHT RAIL
    PERSPE WE HELP SERVE SOME THE RESPON FOR US AND
    SOMETHING WE HAVE CROSS BORDER TRADE WITH MEXICO.
    >>BACK AT THE ARIZONA CHAMBER E ABOUT MAINTAINING A STRONG CROSS
    BORDER TRADE RELATIONSHI WITH MEXICO
    AND OUR DISCUSSION TO THE IMPACT OF TARIFFS INCLUDING
    THOSE IMPOSED BY THE U.S. ON STEEL AND ALUMINUM.
    HE XPLANLD HOW TARIFFS FROM AFFECT COUNTRIES TO AFFECT
    SHOPPEARIZONA.>>THIS IS THE TIT FOR TAT
    MOMENT YOU’RE GOING TO MAKE MY PRODUCT
    LESS COMPETITIVE IN YOUR COUNTR
    WE CAN PLAY THAT GAME. WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO SELL IN MY
    COUNTR THAT MORE EXPENSIVE HERE.
    THIS IS WHAT TRADE PARTNERS DO. AND IT IS BAD NEWS FOR THE
    MANUFA IN THIS COUNTRY WHO SELL ABROAD.
    BUT AGAIN, WHAT HAPPENS TO CONSUM HERE WHO WANT TO BUY A
    STEEL PRODUCT, WHETHER IT’S A WASHIN MACHINE OR AUTOMOBILE,
    THE PRICES GO UP. SELECT GOES DOWN.
    AND IT’S A BACK DOOR TAX INCREA ON THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. ?
    >>LOOK, IF YOU ARE — IF YOU OCCUPY A CERTAIN SEGMENT OF
    POLITI THAT REPRES ORGANIZED LABOR,
    YOU’VE BEEN AGITATING FOR THIS SORT OF THING FOR A WHILE.
    YOU’VE SEEN, FOR EXAMPLE, WHEN MEETIN IT IS CHASING FOOL’S
    GOLD THOUGH. IT MAKES THE OTHER INPUT TO GO
    TO THE MANUFACTURE AND PROCESS . IT COSTS OTHER JOBS IN THE
    ECONOM IT’S ULTIMATELY A LOSE-LOSE.
    THE PRESIDENT SAID THAT TRADE WARS EASY TO WIN.
    THEY’R NOT.>>NEW TARIFFS COME AS THE U.S.
    RENEGO NAFTA WITH MEXICO AND CANADA.
    TALKS HAVE BEEN OFF AND ON FOR THE LAST SEVERAL MONTHS.
    RECENT PRESIDENT TRUMP SUKTED NEGOTI NEW AGREEMENTS WITH
    EACH COUNTRY INDIVIDUALL WLACHL DOES THE MARKET LOOK
    LIKE IF THE UNITED STATES DEALS DIRECT WITH PLECHL HE COULD? DE
    CANADA HOW DOES THAT LOOK?>>WHETHER IT’S THE TRADE
    REPRES OR THE PRESIDENT, HE PREFERRED BILATERAL TRADE
    DEALS. HE’LL CUT A DEAL WITH MEXICO.
    HE’LL A DEAL WITH CANADA. THAT SHIP SAILED NEARLY 25 YEARS
    AGO WITH THE ADVENT OF NAFTA. WE NOW HAVE SUPPLY CHAIN THAT
    ARE TOTALLY INTEGRATED ACROSS INTERN BORDERS TO ATTEMPT
    TO UNWIND THAT WOULD BE ECONOMIC LUNACY
    IT WOULD ONLY COST JOBS. AND, FACT, WHAT YOU RISK IS
    SENDIN AN ENTIRE SUPPLY CHAINS OVERSE
    SHOULD IT BE UPDATED? YES.
    WE NEGOTIATED THAT AGREEMENT IN. LET’S BRING IT INT BROADBAND
    ECONOM LET’S RECOGNIZE THINGS LIKE
    E-COMM THESE ARE THINGS THAT SHOULD BE
    FIXED.>>WHAT CAN HAPPEN LOCALLY IN
    ARIZON THAT COULD POSITIVELY IMPACT THE RELATIONSHI BETWEEN
    ARIZON AND MEXICO?>>LET’S START WITH THE
    AGREEM FIRST, THE TRADE AGREEM FIRST.
    WE’RE VERY FORTUNATE WE HAVE A MEMBER OF OUR CONGRESSIONAL
    DELEGA SITS ON THE HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE.
    HE HAS REALLY BEEN A POSITIVE PRO BUSINESS, PRO TRADE VOICE
    WITHIN THAT COMMITTEE. AT THE KUD TO EZ
    STATE LEGISLATORS THAT WENT TO MEXICO CITY LAST FALL.
    GREAT MESSAGE THAT THIS STATE RECOGN AND VALUES OUR
    RELATI NOT ONLY WITH MEXICO ALL OF MEXICO AND WE
    VALUE THIS RELATIONSHI FROM AN ECONOM STAND POINT AND
    CULTUR POINT, SOCIAL STAND
    IT’S IMPORTANT TO AND TH FINALLY, I CAN’T THINK
    BETTER CROSS BORDER RELATIONSHI THAN GOVERNOR CLAUDIO PALPOVICH.
    >>THEY’LL MEET IN TUCSON ARIZ.>>THIS SUMMIT, TWICE A YEAR
    WHERE THESE STATE LEADERS COME TOGETH REAL DWRAN ON GREATE IMPORTANCE.
    HE REALLY VALUES HIS RELATI WITH HIS
    COUNTE IN MEXICO. WE’RE GOING GREAT GUNS IN
    ARIZON WE CAN GET THE WHO US TO TAKE A
    PAGE OUT OF THE ARIZONA PLAN BOOK, WE WOULD BE IN A LOT
    BETTER POSITION.>>THAT’S ALL FOR THIS WEEK.
    THANK SO MUCH FOR JOINING US.
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    The Evolution Of Gold Mining | Gold | Real Visionโ„ข

    August 25, 2019


    Hard rock miners would sink shafts in order
    to extract gold from the coarse rock. Drilling was either done by
    hand well through the use of compressed air drills with the help of a little dynamite. Hydraulic drills are the next
    evolution. And these helped open up deeper holes in the
    Earth’s surface using drill bits which became longer. And thinner the further they went down larger
    rocks extracted from the mines were crushed by heavy iron
    stamping machines to release the gold from the surrounding rock hydraulic mining used
    high pressure jets of water to displace the rock and soil and open
    up the gold beneath. High in the hills, water was diverted into
    ditches and through heavy iron pipes. As the water channeled down,
    gravity increased its pressure, and as that pressure reached around 5,000 pounds per square
    inch, it was pushed through a small nozzle and used to blast the
    mountains apart. The displaced soil cascaded down the valley
    and into the sluices below where it would be separated. This new
    mining technique whilst productive, was not without cost however as diverting all that
    water caused huge flooding in the valleys below. Devastating farmland. As a solution to this problem in California,
    miners turned to dredging, which worked like a vacuum cleaner,
    sucking up the material underwater and running it through a sleuth to sift out the gold.