Human Services, Press Release, Public Health, Women’s Rights Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today said he would veto House Bill 2315, the latest Republican proposal to criminalize women’s health care decisions and common health care procedures and attack a woman’s constitutional right to choose. Governor Wolf vetoed Senate Bill 3 last year, which would have criminalized abortion after 20 weeks.“Women’s health care decisions should be between them, their doctor and their families – there is no space for Harrisburg politicians to insert themselves,” Governor Wolf said. “This new bill is even more extreme than the bill I stopped last year, and I will do everything in my power to stop this dangerous and unconscionable attack on women’s health care. I have met personally with women who’ve faced the difficult medical decision to end a pregnancy and they are loving and compassionate people who often are facing their worst nightmare. Republicans in Harrisburg show a tremendous disrespect for these women and their abilities to make their own health care decisions.” Governor Wolf Ready to Veto Latest Dangerous and Unconscionable Attack on Women’s Health Care SHARE Email Facebook Twitter May 09, 2018
Rebuilding Ebola Hit-States Related The 12th annual Match Against Poverty took place on Monday with a Saint-Etienne all-star side hosting the United Nations Development Programme side at the Stade Geoffrey-Guichard in France.An enthusiastic capacity crowd of nearly 34,000 saw global stars like Clarence Seedorf, Fabien Barthez, Youri Djorkaeff and Edwin van der Sar lose an entertaining encounter 9-7. Brazilian star Ronaldo was one of the stars of the show for the UNDP and the World Cup winner duly scored a hat-trick.Previous editions of the match have raised over 4 million dollars to aid poverty worldwide. The proceeds from this match with go towards helping the countries that have been hit hardest by the Ebola epidemic. Kenyan Economy Hit by Ebola Liberia Hardest Hit by the Ebola Outbreak
COPA AMERICAStarTimes Pay TV, has enumerated plans to reward viewers with different mouth-watering gifts and prizes during its one-month exclusive broadcast of Copa America Centenario across Africa between June 3 and 26 live from USA.Highlighted prizes offered to thrill viewers and football enthusiasts include a star prize of $1500 cash, Bundesliga VIP ticket,daily cash rewards to be given to viewers after every game totaling millions of naira andN500 recharge cards given daily to 100 customers.To win any of these fabulous prizes, viewers need to watch the Copa Americachampionship on ST World Football (Channel 254) and ST Sports Focus (Channel 250) and answer Predict and Win questions on any of the StarTimes platforms including website,social media, radio and TV shows with the hashtag #CopaAmericaonStarTimes. The PayTV firm had earlier announced that it signed a deal to beam the much anticipated CopaAmerica Special Centenario edition live all over Africa.“We are using this opportunity to offer very interesting sporting content to our viewers on avery affordable bouquet and with a promise to reward them with mouth-watering gifts.With N1200, viewer can access StarTimes basic bouquet which offers the sports channels thatwill air Copa games; the Copa Centenario is a landmark edition which commemorates 100years existence of Copa America and will have most of world’s best footballers in action.Cash prizes and other items have been arranged to thrill our viewers, said Oludare Kafar,StarTimes Marketing Director.”“Aside enjoying superstars like Lionel Messi, Luiz Suarez, Sergi Aguero, Sanchez andothers in action, StarTimes viewers stand the chance to predict and win fantastic prizeslikes cash and others via various programs on radio, television, online, on StarTimes App and social media platforms like facebook and twitter through which Nigerians can participateand win with the hashtag ##CopaAmericaonStarTimes, added Kafar.The Copa America 2016 will be enjoyed exclusively on StarTimes sports channels,including ST World Football (Channel 254) and ST Sports Focus (Channel 250), all onStarTimes digital terrestrial and digital satellite platforms. StarTimes is very excited to bringCopa America Special Centenario edition onto the platform and believes the variousmatches will provide sport loving subscribers with some high quality entertainment. This is a historic moment for the championship and will contribute greatly to the development andfollowership of professional football within the African continent.“We are excited to feed the appetite of football lovers all across Africa and are particularly glad that our viewers can enjoy all the games in its HD glamour and be a part byparticipating in our prediction games and winning fantastic prizes on StarTimes App andsocial media platforms,” stressed the StarTimes directorShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Cork City will be hoping to keep the pressure on leaders Dundalk when they host Galway United at Turners Cross.It’s 4th against 3rd at the Brandywell where Derry City take on Shamrock Rovers.And at Richmond Park it’s St. Patrick’s Athletic against Sligo Rovers.All of tonight’s games kick off at 7.45. Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester welcome Portugese giants FC Porto to the King Power Stadium, while Spurs are in Russia to face CSKA Moscow.The tie of the night is arguably in Germany where Borussia Dortmund host reigning champions Real Madrid.Four of the top five in the Airtricity League Premier Division take to the field tonight.