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Quiz: Britain’s Biggest Brands 2020

first_imgWho pulled in the most cash? Who’s plummeting down the ranking fastest? And who said what about their new product this year? Test your knowledge of the household names on supermarket shelves with the Britain’s Biggest Brands 2020 quiz. If you can’t see the quiz questions below, click here.,powered bylast_img

Governor Wolf Vetoes Anti-Choice Bill that Severely Limits Women’s Health Care Options

first_img December 18, 2017 Governor Wolf Vetoes Anti-Choice Bill that Severely Limits Women’s Health Care Options SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Healthcare,  Press Release,  Public Health,  Women’s Rights Philadelphia, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf vetoed Senate Bill 3, the anti-choice legislation that would severely limit women’s reproductive rights and health care options. He was joined by Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, legislators, local elected officials, and women’s reproductive rights advocates for the event in the Mayor’s Reception Room.“This legislation is a disingenuous and bald-faced attempt to create the most extreme anti-choice legislation in the country,” Governor Wolf said. “This legislation is an attempt to criminalize the decisions that women make about their own health care, and this legislation destroys health care options for victims of the horrors of rape and incest. For these reasons, I am vetoing this bill today.”The legislation, which passed the House by a 121-70 vote, would ban abortions after twenty weeks except in the rarest of circumstances, leaving no exceptions for rape, incest, health, or tragic fetal anomalies. The bill would also ban one of the safest methods of second trimester abortions, putting women at risk and taking crucial decisions about their medical care out of the hands of their trusted medical providers.“I fully support the Governor’s decision to veto this bill,” Mayor Kenney said. “The state should not be telling women—particularly women who became pregnant by rape or incest—that they don’t have the right to decide what to do with their body. These women are victims and they should not be victimized again by this law.”“The careful thoughtfulness that we hoped would guide our legislators was absent,” said Deborah Minkoff, Commissioner, the Pennsylvania Commission for Women. “SB 3 has no exception for rape. The legislature is forcing a girl or woman to continue a pregnancy that resulted from a criminal act. Despite our expectation of thoughtful decision-making, the absence of a rape exception is thoughtless and heartless.”“New Voices is committed to the health and well-being of women across Pennsylvania,” said La’Tasha D. Mayes, Executive Director, New Voices for Reproductive Justice. “We are most concerned about the disproportionate impact of such a law on the health and well-being of Black women and women of color. We stand in solidarity with Governor Wolf in his courageous veto of Senate Bill 3 – a dangerous bill that undermines the Human Right of women to control our bodies and our reproduction.”“Thanks to Governor Wolf, women like me will maintain both our freedom to believe what the science tells us about our unborn children and the self-determination to make our own decisions about our bodies,” Dr. Erica Goldblatt Hyatt said.last_img read more

Miami home on the market for the first time in 10 years going under the hammer

first_img114 Marine Pde, Miami. 114 Marine Pde, Miami.A MAJESTIC three-level home with views overlooking the beach at Miami is set to go under the hammer tomorrow.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 114 Marine Pde has interrupted views across the park to the ocean.John Henderson Professionals Mermaid Beach agent Luke Henderson said the home, named Marantmar, had been owned by the one family since it was built a little more than 10 years ago.He said he expected the property would attract significant interest because of its location andthe quality of the home.“I imagine you would like will feel like you’re on permanent holiday if you were living here,’’ Mr Henderson said.“The home has been cleverly designed to take full advantage of the amazing views.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“For example, because the site also has access to Nagel Ave, the garage has been built to front the street at the rear to ensure the living and entertainment areas enjoy the view.”Mr Henderson said one of the highlights of the home was the master suite, which was on the top floor.“The master bedroom has a generously sized private balcony overlooking the ocean but you could also sit back and watch the waves roll in from your bed,’’ he said.Some of the home’s features include a generously kitchen overlooking the ocean, a second living room on the ground level with its own kitchenette, parking for four vehicles, outdoor shower andreticulated natural gas to the ground and middle floor barbecue outlets.The 405sq m property is set to go to auction on-site at 10am. 114 Marine Pde, Miami.last_img read more

Custis features in Parris’ absence, Moore returns to practice

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Jamal Custis took reps with the second team and one with the first-team offense in 11-on-0s Tuesday, shortly after SU Athletics announced that junior tight end Josh Parris will undergo surgery for a lower-body injury.The freshman Custis and sophomore Kendall Moore are likely to battle for the starting tight end position, and Moore was returning to cutting in practice — for the 25 minutes of practice that were open to the media — for the first time since hobbling off during practice Saturday morning.Custis filled Parris’ spot in field-goal protection before Moore also blocked on the second kicking unit. They both joined in route-running and blocking drills with tight ends coach Bobby Acosta later in practice.Moore ran down the sideline and did not participate in any of the designed plays during the portion of practice available to media. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on August 19, 2014 at 6:03 pm Contact Jacob: [email protected] | @Jacob_Klinger_last_img read more

Hart High staff gives architects an earful

first_imgPollard said several teacher recommendations relate to maintenance rather than modernization, but many of those requests could get rolled into the larger project. Flewelling and Moody has been in business since 1928 and worked on several projects in the Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys, including construction in the Newhall Elementary School District, the Lancaster School District and at College of the Canyons in Valencia. [email protected] (661) 257-5254160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Teachers and district residents complained the staff’s renovation plans for Hart didn’t include upgraded safety standards, such as fire alarms and water sprinklers. Those have since been added to plans for the three campuses, Willett said. “We are not quite sure what we do yet, or in what phases, but everything is going through the Division of (the) State Architect now for approval since that became an issue,” she said. Architects said they were noting teachers’ suggestions for everything from more electrical outlets for up-to-date scientific tools to closet space for band uniforms. “Teachers have been wonderful and very prepared,” said Utar Pollard, project architect. “What we are doing now is exploring some of options we have to determine the best route for Hart High.” SANTA CLARITA – Architects have been busily taking notes as teachers and administrators at Hart High School lay out their needs for updating the 60-year-old campus, district officials said Wednesday. Architects from Flewelling and Moody have been meeting with the staff at the school for at least two weeks in hope of completing a plan in the next few months for the Hart Union High School District’s flagship campus. “They are just trying to get a handle on what the needs are right now,” district spokeswoman Pat Willett said. Under mounting pressure from the community, the school board on April 18 approved hiring architects for modernization projects at Sierra Vista and Placerita Canyon junior highs and Hart High. last_img read more

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