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Posted by: | Posted on: October 16, 2020

La Administración Wolf condena la regulación de la Administración Trump que elimina los derechos de los estadounidenses a la atención médica con base en la orientación sexual y la identidad de género

first_imgLa Administración Wolf condena la regulación de la Administración Trump que elimina los derechos de los estadounidenses a la atención médica con base en la orientación sexual y la identidad de género Equality,  Español,  Press Release El Gobernador Tom Wolf y los miembros del gabinete de sus organismos de salud y servicios humanos condenaron hoy la regulación final de la Administración Trump que quita a los estadounidenses su derecho a recibir atención médica debido a su orientación sexual e identidad de género que anteriormente estaba garantizado por la Ley de Protección al Paciente y Ley de Cuidado de Salud a Bajo Precio (ACA, por sus siglas en inglés).“Esta regulación va en contra de cada política y protección que mi administración ha implementado”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Cambiar una regulación de la Ley de Cuidado de Salud a Bajo Precio que incluye disposiciones para la no discriminación con base en el sexo para incluir solo los géneros masculino y femenino es otro intento de desmantelar la ACA y poner el bienestar de nuestra comunidad LGBTQ en mayor riesgo al tratar de deslegitimar a esta población vulnerable. Es atroz firmar una regulación que podría negar la atención médica a las personas en medio de una pandemia y en el aniversario del tiroteo masivo en el club nocturno, Pulse”.“En un momento en que nuestra nación y el mundo enfrentan una pandemia sin precedentes, es inconcebible que la Administración Trump haga cambios tan importantes en nuestro sistema sanitario que pongan en riesgo la vida de cientos de miles de estadounidenses”, dijo la Secretaria de Salud, Dra. Rachel Levine. “Estas medidas no solo ponen en riesgo a la comunidad LGBTQ sino que ponen en peligro a todo nuestro sistema sanitario. Estos continuos ataques a los derechos de los estadounidenses transgénero deben detenerse. El Gobernador Wolf ha demostrado que proteger los derechos de todos los residentes de Pennsylvania es esencial para que nuestro éxito y prosperidad sean constantes: el gobierno federal debería hacer lo mismo”.“Los intentos permanentes de la Administración Trump de socavar la ACA perjudican el bienestar de todos los estadounidenses, independientemente de su edad, raza, género, orientación sexual, identidad de género o cualquier otro factor”, dijo la Comisionada Jessica Altman. “Publicar esta regulación el mismo día del aniversario de las muertes en el club nocturno Pulse, durante el Mes del Orgullo, hace que su decisión de deshacer las protecciones para la comunidad LGTBQ sea aún más condenable. En un momento en que este país está tan desesperado por lograr la unidad, esta decisión solo siembra más división. Yo, junto con toda la Administración Wolf, continuaré rechazando la discriminación y defendiendo los derechos de todos los residentes de Pennsylvania, sin importar quiénes son o a quiénes aman”.“Al poner fin a los requisitos específicos de no discriminación para los servicios médicos, la Administración Trump permite que los profesionales médicos nieguen servicios vitales que salvan vidas que podría generar una atención médica ineficaz o inapropiada para la comunidad LGBTQ y otras personas vulnerables”. Esto solo exacerbará los problemas de salud para la comunidad LGBTQ y otras comunidades”, dijo la Secretaria Teresa Miller. “A medida que nuestra nación sufre una pandemia que afecta a personas de todas las edades, razas y procedencias socioeconómicas, no podemos crear más obstáculos y el acceso desigual a la atención médica. Es nuestra responsabilidad como servidores públicos liderar de una manera que levante y busque corregir las desigualdades entre las personas marginadas y desatendidas. Estos ataques a los derechos humanos dirigidos a las personas transgénero son inaceptables y crueles, y debemos ser mejores”.“Como miembro del Grupo de Trabajo LGBT del Gobernador Wolf, y en colaboración con nuestros numerosos socios LGBTQ, proveedores de servicios para la tercera edad y partes interesadas, el Departamento de Envejecimiento ha hecho de su compromiso con la diversidad, el aumento de la competencia cultural y la inclusión una prioridad”, dijo el Secretario del Departamento de Envejecimiento, Robert Torres. “Esta regulación es un intento vergonzoso de excluir a una comunidad que ya enfrenta retos únicos y merece un acceso igualitario a la atención médica. Nuestro departamento se enorgullece de apoyar a las personas de la tercera edad LGBTQ y a toda la comunidad LGBTQ y abogar por las protecciones que merecen legítimamente”.View this information in English. June 14, 2020center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: September 17, 2020

SU’s Collins looks to continue strong season years after transitioning from soccer

first_imgWhen Devon Collins was in eighth grade, her friends all tried out for the lacrosse team, and naturally, she followed.Each one made it to the junior varsity team, except Collins, who was cut from the team and had to play modified, a step down from JV where there aren’t as many cuts.“It was kind of embarrassing for me because all my friends made JV and I was alone in modified,” Collins said.But by the next year, Collins made varsity and had blossomed in her newfound sport.Now, she’s in her senior year as an attack at Syracuse. Though she picked up lacrosse late, Collins has thrived with the opportunity she’s been given at SU. Having shifted positions on the attack, she’ll look to build on her three goals and four assists when the No. 3 Orange (3-0) hosts No. 9 Virginia (1-1) on Monday at 6 p.m. in the Carrier Dome,AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Devon is a very fast, very aggressive, just overall good attacker,” SU attack Kayla Treanor said. “She goes very hard … she can get to goal in just a quick little move.”Because Collins was raised a soccer player, she had to adjust to stopping at every whistle in women’s lacrosse. She didn’t even understand offsides when she played lacrosse for the first time in eighth grade.In soccer, an attacker has to be in line with the last defender as the ball is kicked, but in women’s lacrosse, offsides means that the offense can’t have more than seven players on or past the restraining line.She also had no idea what the names of the positions meant, such as first home and second home or A-wing and D-wing.“I was just really confused with all the rules I guess around girls’ lacrosse,” Collins said.In ninth grade, Collins played club lacrosse in addition to varsity in high school. Though all of Collins’ friends were going through recruitment at the time, she didn’t know if she was good enough to go to a top program.Her dream school was Notre Dame, and Collins committed to play there, until the head coach took a different player and told  Collins she couldn’t go to the school anymore.Brent Rothfuss, her high school head coach’s brother, who played professionally in Rochester with SU assistant coach Regy Thorpe, contacted Syracuse.“He was like, ‘Why don’t you talk to Syracuse? I’ll talk to Regy for you,’” Collins said. “And then we just kind of went from there and I was committed before I knew it.”Collins started 21 of the 23 games her freshman year and worked alongside former SU attacks Michelle Tumolo and Alyssa Murray. Her role was to get to ground balls and support Tumolo and Murray.On the field she saw the tenacity that Tumolo played with and wanted to emulate and impress her. Murray made sure Collins was in the right position during games.“I didn’t even know I was going to start my freshman year, so that was like a really pleasant surprise,” Collins said. “It was just kind of exciting and an honor for me to be playing next to them and starting.”Though Collins played three years primarily at the low attack position at Syracuse, she’s spending most of her time in the high attack position this year, with Maryland transfer Halle Majorana taking the role down low.In her final season, Collins is looking to step out of the supporting role and take advantage of her new freedom on offense.“I think you’re going to see her best this year,” head coach Gary Gait said. “She’s playing more relaxed, she’s focused … so I’m hoping for a big year for her.” Comments Published on February 23, 2015 at 12:02 am Contact Jon: jrmettus@syr.edu | @jmettus Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: August 17, 2020

Jerry West laments no Lakers-Clippers series; disappointed by Bryant auction in NBA interview

first_img How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years West also reflected on the 50-year anniversary of one of the most famous shots of his career: a 60-foot buzzer beater to send Game 3 of the 1970 finals to overtime. The Lakers would go on to lose the game and the series to the New York Knicks — a fact that has stuck with West longer than the excitement of the shot itself.“When I see it, it also conjures up all these memories that were not positive to be honest with you — much more negative in my opinion,” “I reflect on all those times we lost in the Finals, played nine Finals and only won one. … That was a real disappointing part of my career.”Among his career achievements, West called being honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2019 his most proud individual honor. Some of Bryant’s memorabilia (including a 2000 championship ring originally given to his mother Pam Bryant) is up for auction through May, with five percent of the proceeds being donated to the Mamba and Mambacita Foundation. West said he was dismayed that people could seek profit from Bryant’s death.“I said, ‘My goodness, why can’t people respect him and not do that?’” he said. “You don’t take advantage of a horrible tragedy leaving three kids and his wife — why would someone do that?”Related Articles Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersWith the Lakers and Clippers in the first and second spots, respectively, in the Western Conference, drawing huge viewership numbers for their meetings in the regular season (2-1 edge to the Clippers), West said he thought the basketball world had been robbed of a series that fans want to see.“I think record numbers on TNT, viewership would be obviously biased toward the Lakers, which is great,” he said. “It’s just horrible to sit here and not have something to root for.”West, quarantined at home like much of the world, talked about missing basketball, his West Virginia roots and his coping with mental health for a wide-ranging, 45-minute interview.One of the more poignant moments came as West talked about Kobe Bryant, whose death in a helicopter crash in January struck him “like losing one of your sons.” West and Johnson both participated in a tearful broadcast at Staples Center two days after Bryant died — West said it took him a week to recover just from the initial shock of the tragedy. He wished that he had been able to see Bryant continue to pursue his post-NBA enterprise of writing books and other media for children.“He was someone I just loved,” said West, who traded to get Bryant in the 1996 NBA Draft. “I saw a change in him toward the end of his career.”center_img Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs The architect of the Showtime Lakers and a powerful voice behind the Clippers’ drive for their first franchise title wants the Battle of L.A. settled as much as anyone.Jerry West, 80, said he was frustrated to see a dream in-town playoff series shelved for the foreseeable future due to coronavirus with both the Lakers and Clippers at the height of their powers.“Well (the Clippers) were ascending, and now, when are we gonna get back? No one knows,” West said in an interview with Ernie Johnson on #NBATogether, a live stream from the NBA’s Twitter account. “And the Lakers across town — this would’ve been an incredible thing for basketball if some way, somehow, these two teams could have played in a Western Conference Final.”West might be perhaps the man best positioned to see both sides of the divide: He cast a Hall of Fame career as a player (with a 1972) championship before helping win five more as a Lakers executive. For the last three years, he has served as a consultant for the Clippers, who were anticipating contending for a championship behind headliners Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. Said West: “We’d probably be in the second round of the playoffs.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more