Monthly Archives: September 2021

CD 20 debate shows broad agreement on the topics, contradicting experiences

With little disagreement between them on issues such as affordable housing, gun control, and expanding Medicaid to more people, the Congressional District 20 contestants’ debate on Wednesday turned into an experience contest on any subject. Trinity Health Services CEO Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick, Repetitions. Bobby DuBose and Omari Hardy, Broward District Representative …

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Governor Wolf signs bills to protect public health measures

Today, Governor Tom Wolf signed the House Bill 1774, House Bill 1861 and House 184. House bill 1774 amends Actieving Better Care by Monitoring All Prescriptions Program (ABC-MAP) Act to allow additional personnel to access information about Pennsylvania’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program. After the Opioid Disaster Statement expires in August, …

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How an 11 foot tall 3D printer helps create a community

Square feet Almost any object can be created using three-dimensional printing. A partnership in Mexico is testing this theory and building a village for residents living in poverty. Pedro García Hernández, 48, is a carpenter in the southeastern Mexican state of Tabasco, a rainforest-covered region of the country where around …

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The power to be Latinx.

“Hello everyone, I’m Andrés Cantor. Welcome to Entérate with Verizon. “ The man, the legend, Andrés welcomed everyone to the latest episode of Entérate con Verizon. The famous sports presenter is the main story of this episode, a special celebration of the Month of Hispanic Heritage by El Poder de …

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