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hello. welcome. welcome back to you. rosanna: thank you. happy easter. if you celebrate. greg: mike woods is on vacation. audrey puente is here. rosanna: protesters interrupt mass. some people were concerned. st. patrick's was one of those targets. they were concerned about it in new york city yesterday. >> that looks pretty intense there. two more americans have been confirmed dead in the brussels terrorist attack. donald trump and.
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personal attacks. planting a national acquirer story. claiming that ted crews cheated on his wife with several different women. maybe marco rubio has some fingerprints on this as well. who knows. greg: what else. you know when you go to the doc her -- rosanna: a prescription. greg: no more paper prescriptions. it is a law of the state. i guess i will send an e-mail. greg: i do not mind that weight. come back in 15 minutes it will be ready for you. i do not mind. welcome back. rosanna: it was good. thank you.
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greg: we rode the coolest car on friday. mike woods sat in the backseat. we like it on the sidewalk. rosanna: is that illegal? did anybody get hurt? greg: some were traumatized. mike woodson back. nissan. greg: automatic. there is mike in the back. [laughter] rosanna: oh, my goodness. carried. greg: not much happened while you were gone. rosanna: that looks like a clown car. you look like you should be part
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greg: all right. rosanna: that looks fun. greg: i'm surprised to put like in the back of it. greg: i'm great. ines: untrimmed. >> i watched the star wars trilogy. greg: i bet you did not do the batman superman movie. everyone said that it is terrible. rosanna: appear late, a lot of people went to see it. audrey: the weather was really nice. we are having rain coming in across the tri-state area. right now let's talk about our
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they are not too bad. bridgeport checking in at 43. forty-two in poughkeepsie at the moment. let's go to westchester. riots checking in at 40. that is the same number we are finding and drops back. it has been raining across long island and connecticut. right into the another part of the state. closing in from the west. both of these two elements will be combining right over the tri-state area. it looks like things should be clearing out as we go later into the afternoon. it is the morning commute that will really be whacked in
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the rain exits quickly. tomorrow, we will see plenty of sunshine across the area. it will be windier. they will be howling through the area tomorrow. once you step outside, you will feel a cold wind coming in across the region. going rate through 6:00 o'clock tomorrow evening. today, have your umbrella handy. that should taper off late this afternoon. it will be a windy day. expect sunshine, two. temperatures will rise into the 60s. let's see how that rain maybe us affecting your commute this morning.
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into new england. the big change we will experience is we are expecting strong wind starting later today that will last write to your tuesday. we do have a wind advisory in effect. we are expecting rain and drizzle. tonight, that should pay off. also tracking it on our fox5 ny whether. let's see how that rain could be affect in your commute this morning. for that, we will head over to ines. ines: a busy morning. approaching exit 15. two lanes are blocked within accident. the fdr drive just cleared away an accident. all lanes reopened.
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there. trying to check between the whitestone / throgs neck bridge. let's go to our cameras and take a look out 495. keeping an eye on this delay. holland tunnel, 15 from each approach. as for the cross bronx, doing fine. greg and rosanna. greg: thank you very much. rosanna: it is one of those rainy mondays. we're trying to keep things positive. greg: this is a live look at 72nd and broadway. that is bloomingdale's.
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coming up on good day. greg: the wounded warrior project. they have come under fire in recent weeks for just how much money is actually getting to the veterans. the new york times and cbs news ran a scathing report, several of them, actually.
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greg: perez. i love has. rosanna: it happened in orange connecticut. it got really ugly. hundreds of parents -- it was saturday. it was initially broken up into three. before it started, people just rushed the field. they took everything that they could. >> my son left ear with a broken
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greg: that is too bad. they have apologized for the situation. sometimes candy, kids and parents -- i don't know. rosanna: you just cannot handle yourselves. greg: the worst thing that happened was that kids basket was trampled. rosanna: you do not leave the doctor without prescription in your hand anymore. greg: it is like a little code between doctors and pharmacists. greg: now we will all be able to read it. they are not filling out those scratch pads anymore. greg: electronically send prescriptions to pharmacies. greg: also a way to cut down on the opiate abuse that is going
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greg: hi there, liz. >> reporter: good morning to you. they will have to comply with these new rules. the cut down on the prescription drug abuse pandemic. here is how it is going to work. it will be called paperless prescribing. as of yesterday, it was put into law. doctors, dentists and other professionals. you will not be leaving the doctor's office without prescription slip anymore. it will all be done through e-mail. it will be sent directly to the pharmacy. there will be some emergency situations with some exceptions.
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started using this technology. in new new york state, it is important. 27 million opiate prescriptions were written for the 20 million residents in new york in 2013. take a listen to this. >> a good amount of time to work out the kinks. be able to see our individual providers. they just are not capable of doing it due to some electronic pickup in the system. >> some say that it will lessens peoples ability to shop around to a good prescription drug. some medical professionals within the field but also concerned. it could result in a loss of their license, even jail time.
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greg: the upper west side of manhattan. rosanna: they changed their mind. it is a little bit more. greg: been there since when world war ii. the guy actually had and eight type. this guy was doing situps somewhere. rosanna: 7:30 a.m. in the morning. nice to have you with us. audrey is here.
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the weather always does change. it is starting off with wet weather. things will be trying out eventually. right now, let's talk about temperatures. monticello, you are still in the 30s. up towards the north here in westchester, good morning. the wind is kind of life. a little bit breezy.
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going into effect later this afternoon. wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour. right now it is about the rainfall coming into the area. starting to over stretched the region. we have an area of low pressure coming in from the south. both of these are sort of converging. good news is, it should clear out by late this afternoon. you definitely need to have your rain gear ready. sustained at 25 miles per hour. tomorrow, it will be drier. expect gusts up to 50 miles an
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on wednesday, the wind lightens up. by the end of the week, temperatures will rise into the 60s. let's see how that rain could affect her morning commute. >> heading towards the tappan zee bridge. 45 miles per hour, tapping the. still west bound. let's go to our cameras. take a look at staten island. with the trains, metro-north, a
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central terminal. those wounded in the military sent september 11, 2001. a couple of weeks ago, scathing reports on the wounded were your projects. about what they do with the hundreds of billions of dollars that they have raised over the years. earlier this month, the ceo of the wounded were your project,
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we will show you a portion. >> our darkest days. our hardships can make some money. you can have these big parties. let's get a mexican marriott she . you take hard-working americans money and drink it and wasted. many point to the 24th team annual meeting at a luxury resort in colorado springs. >> to make a grand entrance?
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the price tag, about $3 million. >> some five-star resort. >> with us this morning. thank you so much for being here. i know you want to get your site out there. rosanna: spending all kinds of money on these lavish parties. >> there was no lavish spending. they looked at these allegations. they called in a major law firm. those allegations simply were untrue. it cost $3 million. they are grossly exaggerating. rosanna: it was almost a million
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it was a training conference. >> you see what the party looked like to those of us that were not there. perhaps it was over-the-top. >> i think that there were things that i would have done differently. strategic planning where we include and fruit operational efficiency. what i would change is, the things that we did that allowed those images to be out there. made those conferences look like something that they were not. they helped us grow year over year. we were able to increase our programs 50% year over year. >> also spoke to cbs news. not just in that report, but several days afterwards.
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of 39-34. within one of the second half. they want to win 88-74. north carolina back in the final four. they play syracuse. hockey now. rangers playing host to pittsburgh. coming over from carolina. rangers of two-one. the paint lines later tied it up. penguins beat the rangers three-to the final score. that is a look at sports. very good. coming up on "good day new york."
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greg: that is going to be fun. a little drizzle leave. it will be in the 60s later on. rosanna: the nypd is looking for a man accused of robberies in brooklyn. recognizing him. bernie sanders had a great weekend. >> ted cruz. the national enquirer. he says that it is not true. rosanna: donald trump is denying that. prescriptions are soon a thing of the past. becoming mandatory.
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painkiller abuse. greg: they have to make heads or tails of it. rosanna: hopefully they will be ready. they do not have to wait. greg: i like it fresh out of the container, though. >> wises always elevated? i like my pharmacist. rosanna: because he is smarter than you. a bug in the latest edition of the software. apparently, it causes your phone to freeze and crash.
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i did not stall it the other day. greg: one of the reasons rosanna did not install it is because she did not know how. >> you hit it. >> real quick. drugstores. rosanna: i don't know where you go. always have that. audrey: that is true. the mac let us know.
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greg: i also feel bad. rosanna: you can get the gum. greg: i feel bad. rosanna: i noticed they have stuff there on the bottom. audrey: they do. [laughter] greg: i think i know what she is talking about. what is up? door. we are expecting rain. at least for the first half of the day for sure. let's talk about our temperatures. not too bad. montauk checking in at 42. you can see sussex and out
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heading over northern new jersey. forty-three is a number in hoboken at this hour. overspreading the tri-state area. south to north. it has been raining all morning long. northern new jersey into the city. up towards the hudson valley. that will be the case. you hear coming down pretty moderately. an area of pressure coming down. both of these will combine and bring us all the wet weather. we could actually see the sun peeking through before it sets tonight. there's something also being
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running to about 25 miles per hour. gust will be even higher then map. on tuesday, the brain will be long gone. temperatures will be in the 50s. feeling more like the 40s. thursday and friday, we do have a chance of scattered showers. temperatures will be milder. let's see how it looks on the roads this morning. >> that belt parkway. traffic jams westbound. sunrise highway, still wrapping up this accident investigation. traffic close to your westbound
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they should reopen that soon. let's go to our camera. westbound. those are your normal delays. george washington bridge, driving into the city. forty-five on the upper level. sixty minutes now because of an earlier accident and the weather. the holland tunnel, 20. greg and rosanna. greg: some really bad guys out there robbing women. apartment buildings in brooklyn and other locations. greg: robert moses. saturday.
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parkway and beverly road. similar in all of this. police say he followed elderly women and pushes them into their residences. he is accused of robbing at least five women ranging in age from 71-91 years old. a quite imposing figure. a hooded sweater. black gloves. white collared pants. dark shoes. fortunately, the fate homes have
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of these incidences. that is the latest. live from the kensington section. greg: thinks a lot. we have this. two more americans confirmed dead in last week's terror attacks in brussels. president obama. the american couples. the couple just watched. the bombs went off. they were dutch citizens. they were on the phone with their mother. going to check in at the gate when this explosion happened in the line went dead. they were on their way back to
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pakistan. gathered for easter. easter celebration. >> inside a crowded park there. obama deliberately targeted the christians. >> that is really unfortunate. trump versus cruz. ted cruz had extramarital affairs. he has denied that.
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checking that out. >> we will talk to you about that in a moment. personal attacks continue. >> donald trump 59 any involvement with a national enquirer story published last week. >> do you categorically guarantee that no one on your campaign had anything to do with this national inquirer story. >> totally. >> ojai oh governor john kasich. >> these attacks on families. >> more fallout.
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before they become radicalized. campaigning through fear. using that through leverage. that is not the direction american policing should be making. picking up landslide wins in alaska omaha hi and washington state. the campaign has momentum. >> i will not deny for one second that we still remain the underdogs. we have come a long, long way. >> the daily beast is reporting that work over rubio may have
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charges of adultery for at least six months now. that report was picked up by a number of publications. there was no comment from anybody in marco rubio's camp. >> okay. >> what do i want to say here? john edwards, anybody. remember that guy. >> donald trump loves talking about this. i hope that it is not true. kerry drew, thank you.
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this? it was somewhere in the vicinity of tavern on the green. >> cannot quite make it out. >> make america paid again. no word on who put it up. >> remember, politics will really be kicking off. new york. that has turned out to be a competitive primary. rosanna: let's talk about easter sunday. >> a substitute location. the pastor reiterated that the church is about the people, not
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>> easter is about resurrection. death is not the final word. there is hope in any situation. it is the people. it is the energy. he also promises to rebuild. they are preparing a gym. >> goes back to the 18 1800s, by
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>> this is kind of informal. everybody kind of gathers outside of st. patrick's cathedral. they wear their fancy hats and costumes. i think it is a nice way to celebrate. >> spring cleaning. we are throwing all of our stuff out. >> this is not one of those april fools' day jokes. >> this friday we are celebrating all of our stuff.
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work. >> artwork that you did. before that happens, relatively decent weather. i have to treat that a little bit. >> we are seeing light to moderate rainfall. temperatures feeling pretty good. we are in the 40s out towards poughkeepsie. this is actually pretty calm. it will last through tonight into tomorrow.
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service has issued a weather advisory. tonight into early evening tomorrow. we do have rain to contend with. moving across the region. light to moderate levels. more specifically around rockland and westchester county. it is a wet ride. we also have pockets of moderate rainfall in and around the city. same thing for connecticut. it will continue for the next several hours. crossing over into orange county over the next 30 minutes to an hour. sitting off towards western pennsylvania. we should see clearing as we get
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rain will be off. plenty of sunshine. strong gusty winds will be out there. today's highs, mostly in the middle to upper 50s. we will drop down to the freezing mark. windy and sunny tomorrow. scattered showers possible for thursday and friday. you can track the weather along with us. get it free. also have a traffic report that is free. >> all right. whether, traffic slow here.
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rosanna: pick out things in dc
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greg: that is a bunch of kids and their parents. getting ready for the great big white house easter egg roll. guess what. the day after easter. >> on the south lawn of the white house. they have been doing this for well over 100 years. >> i bet it was a little bit warmer there. nice to have you on good day. let's get down to business. >> good morning. did you crash your iphone or your ipod?
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>> not much. it is hit or miss. disabled job, it could help you out. googling something. something in your mail system. what is the big deal? you cannot bring up any links. essentially, crossing your phone. many people, once again, are annoyed with apple. on a flip phone, you don't really look anything up or maybe send some text messages. >> not anymore. rosanna: coming up on "good day new york." one tough rooster. she is going to be here.
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chocolate yesterday. >> there was a low supply of the jelly beans. rosanna: what happened? >> greg: she got them at whole foods and it was a little baggy. i almost went back to the candy store. rosanna: why did she do that? >> that is nutritional smart. everything else was great. rosanna: nice. greg: a live look at the white house. see behind the columns. bill clinton smoked a cigar or two. greg: does the current president smoke cigarettes? rosanna: supposedly no. greg: it is a tough habit to break.
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if you celebrated easter, i hope it was a happy one. greg: in the meantime, time for the weather with mike woods who is on vacation. >> he's out west. we have rain across the tristate area. we had a great weekend. right now the readings are in the 40s. in central park, we are starting this half hour at 43 degrees. we are in the 40s in bridgeport. monticello is cool on the map at 36 degrees. elsewhere across the northeast, the temperatures are looking good. 41 in albany.
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50 degrees in dc. the temperatures are warm enough for the rain. it is now working into new england and we have pockets to light to moderate rainfall on and off throughout the region. that is the case for the next several hours. slow this morning for the commute and tough on the sidewalks. have the umbrella handy for the first half of the day. the back edge is sitting to the good clip. we should be seeing dryer weather in the evening commute and seeing the sun peeking through the clouds before it is setting this evening. for today, periods of rain and patchy drizzle and the fog is an issue this morning. the temperatures rising and the winds are picking up too.
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but the gusts are higher than that. there is a wind advisory this afternoon and lasting into tomorrow. tomorrow sunshine. no rain, but the winds are persistent persistent, in fact gusts up to 50 miles per hour. on wednesday the winds are dying down and the temperatures in the mid 50s. at the end of the week, a threat of scattered showers. highs mostly in the low to low 60s. let's how it is looking on the roads. ines: good morning. the weather left a mess on the roads. l.i.e. 74th street, an accident has a lane blocked. a stall on the lye west bend after the clear view. a lot of red, we have had a lot of issues. staten island expressway normal backups.
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accident and cleared away. gowanus normal backup. westbound, the normal delays. eastbound flashing lights, this is by sunny side boulevard, the traffic is moving slow. for the george washington bridge, driving into the city, 45 minutes on the upper. 30 lower. 495 lincoln tunnel this weather is tough to see an hour delay. holland tunnel 20-30. metro-north earlier membering cal problems leaving 20 minute delays on the hudson line headed to grand central terminal. street cleaning rules in effect. rosanna: thank you. today is a historic day, if you need a prescription filled you are not carrying the paper to the pharmacy. >> greg is going electronic today.
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it is making sense totally. rosanna: it is not just because of the handwriting, we have opiate epidemic across the state and across the country and this is a way to cut down on abusing the system. greg: it is too easy to fake a scroll. liz is outside of the joseph pharmacy on the upper west side, hi. good morning, greg, rosanna, we are outside of the joseph pharmacy and coming to a pharmacy in new york state, things are changing. you will not bringing in a slip from the doctor. it is all done electronically and there is a purpose to this, it is to help cut back and fight the prescription drug abuse problem going on throughout the state and the country. it is going to be called the
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it is a new effort, new law taking affect yesterday and requiring the doctors and dentists that prescribe medications directly to the pharmacy. it is hoping to cut back on the forgeries and getting drugs for bad reasons. and of course, there are exceptions for emergencies. 60 prescribers are already using this technology. new york had to battle with a lot of people dealing with addictions. 27 million opiate prescriptions written for 20 million residents in new york state in 2013. that is a lot. we spoke to a hospital vice chairman of emergency management about the new system.
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the kinks. be able to see are there individual providers that are just not cable of doing it because of electronic hiccup in the system. >> the kinks are being worked out. some say it is not allowing the people to shop around for a better drug price. some of the medical field worry that the fines and potential penalties that come with this, if you don't follow the rules, are too harsh, some doctors could face jail time if not following the rules. this makes new york state is most strict state when it comes to prescription drug laws. this is the first of its kind and hopefully more states will be following suit. now we have the most strict laws in the country for this specific need.
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by the way, we are debating while the elevated platforms inside of the drugstore. do me a favor, go and ask them why it is elevated like that. is that okay? >> sure. >> okay, go for it. we'll wait. >> we'll come back to you. >> all right. >> by the way, i wept on to google and the google is saying several reasons for it. it is used at a theft prevention method and seeing what the employs ees are doing it. >> i want to see what the pharmacist says this morning. i think they like the altitude. >> to the number one train, if you are riding it, the next two weeks are a problem. the night time service suz
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in manhattan starting tonight through friday and monday through friday. >> take the two or the three. >> not running between 96 and dykeman street. that is 10:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. >> the one is the only one. you will have to take a bus or uber. all right. what else is going on? rosanna: easter egg hunt in connecticut getting ugly over the weekend. greg: the pez factory in connecticut. rosanna: we love them. greg: you can get them at the drugstore. this is the aftermath hiding nine thousand pez eggs out there. rosanna: the kids were not the problem. greg: the parents got carry ied
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>> my son was crying with a brocken basket. they were like locusts descending and then left. rosanna: pez is apologizing and they tried to create a fun free activity but not going so well. it department anticipate so many people would actually come there. >> have you heard the advocate jokers? >> yes. they are here today. they have a big announcement. it has something to do with coney island. nothing do with the cyclone, greg. greg: listen to this. >> it is a big event and all local alcohol vendors, this is the big open bar in new york city. all you can drink. >> yeah.
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>> we gave liz an assignment why the platform in if pharmacy. >> oh, why they are elevated. >> well, we have a doctor in the house. >> they are trying to make sure
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the employees and stuff like that. >> it is safety for the pharmacists. >> what are they worried about? >> it is only one step up. >> it is antivaccine documentary and it was called vaxed. they want this shone at the tri tribeca film fes value. >> some believe that vaccinations lead or contribute to autism.
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medical community say that is nonsense. this make tries to make a case showing the link. the film was pulled from the festival. >> it is supposed to be shown next month and now it is not going to happen. what'd you hear about this? >> this documentary was directed wi andrew wakefield the doctor that published the study years ago and saying there was a link between autism and the vaccines and the study was pulled and he lost his medical license and now doing this documentary is very controversial and in the film, apparently they talk about the theories and the conspiracy, so really lent a lot of credence to the whole antivaccine movement,
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it is dangerous and no scientific finding and when you stop vaccinating you are putting your children at risk and the community as well. we have seen increase in the myspaces -- measles because of it. >> he has a child that is autistic and thought it is great for a conversation. >> the problem with conversations it leads to more ignorance and dangerous behaviors and this is actually a reckless move by the film festival to show it. people are happy they have decided to pull it. >> stand by for this conversation with liz. she went into the pharmacist and found out some stuff that could be news to you. >> okay, let's hear it. >> liz, can you hear us? >> yes. i am right here, greg. >> how are you, liz?
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i spoke to the people in here and the pharmacist specifically and they didn't want us to shoot the area for security reasons, but it is elevated to prevent the thieves from coming in, they have a higher angle looking down and they don't want the people to see what prescription drugs they are giving to the patients. in is an older pharmacy here for a while. >> i like it. for discretion. >> in newer pharmacies, they are all level now. yes, because of the security cameras in the newer stores. back in the day, they wanted to be higher for a lot of privacy and security reasons as well. >> there is a cue now.
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thank you so much, liz. what do you think, dr. raj? >> yeah, a lot of reasons for it. rosanna: do you know how to work the e-subscription thing? >> yes, we have been working with it for years. it is great. i like it a lot. it is very accurate. rosanna: it is great for patient too, you don't have to wait. greg: -- >> it is better for the patient too. >> beautiful. here is something, mother angelica, dead at the age of 92. rosanna: by the way, i interviewed her many years ago in alabama. she started a station with a little talk show with 200 bucks started in a garage in
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>> the easter egg roll. this is a live look at the white house a day after easter. yes, today is the day of theester roll. the president will be there. that is the south lawn of the white house. kids and families and friends. >> very subtle and no one is running and grabbing things. don't you think? it is not like what happened at the pez familiar tri where the people went wild and jumped the gun. this is orderly.

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