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BLOG: We Stand with U.S. House Members Looking to Ban Discrimination Equality, National Issues, Non-discrimination, The Blog The U.S. House passed a proposal Wednesday night to protect federal workers from being fired on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. Sponsored by Rep. Sean Maloney (D-N.Y.), the measure was approved 223-195.In April, Governor Tom Wolf signed non-discrimination executive orders in an effort to explicitly and decisively end discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity or expression in the executive branch of our state government.“Pennsylvania is open for business no matter who you are or whom you love.” — Governor WolfBut while these executive orders apply to commonwealth employees and employees of organizations with contracts or grants from the commonwealth, we still need to ensure the commonwealth extends protections statewide. Governor Wolf is committed to working with the legislature to pass a statewide non-discrimination bill that protects all Pennsylvanians, and encourages federal legislators to continue enacting measures to protect fundamental human rights. Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf May 26, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
22 Jan 2016 England’s command performance wins Costa Ballena title England staged a command performance to win the Costa Ballena Quadrangular Tournament in Spain for the fifth time.The team were on top form throughout the championship, defeating Finland, Germany and finally Spain by the same scoreline of 7-2.Lead coach Paul Ashwell commented: “The week has gone very well. We have had a great team spirit, a lot of fun and the standard of golf has been excellent. I’m very proud of everyone involved.“It’s a great way to start the year and the players will all have lots of positives to take into their early-season events.”The team, from England Golf’s A squad and captained by Tony Moran, was: Ben Amor (Marlborough), Scott Gregory (Corhampton), Josh Hilleard (Farrington Park), Will Enefer (Wrekin), Will Whiteoak (Shipley) and Andrew Wilson (Wynyard).Leading scorers were Hilleard and Enefer who were both unbeaten, taking 5.5 points from their six games.England set the tone for the championship early in the first match against Finland, securing a win and two hard-fought halves in the foursomes, before going on to take five of the six singles. Ashwell commented: “We had very good fight backs to get halves in two of the morning foursomes. That gave us momentum which we carried into the afternoon singles.”On the second day, against Germany, the team won all three foursomes before facing a stiff singles challenge. Four of the games went to the 18th and one to the 17th, but England proved the stronger finishers, winning four of the six singles. “It was a great afternoon, with excellent golf and some very tight matches,” said Ashwell.That result gave England a healthy lead going in to the final day’s play against Spain and they kept up the pressure. Another strong foursomes performance meant they took a 2-1 lead into the singles, where they conceded just one point.England last won this trophy in 2014 and then lost on countback to Spain last year. Their previous victories were in 2001, ’05 and ’06.Final positions: 1 England 6pts, 2 Germany 4pts, 3 Spain 2 pts, 4 Finland 0pt.England resultsEngland 7 Finland 2FoursomesAndrew Wilson & Will Whiteoak halvedJosh Hilleard & Will Enefer halvedBen Amor & Scott Gregory won 5&4SinglesWilson won 3/1Whiteoak won 3/2Hilleard won 2/1Enefer won 2/1Gregory won 3/1Amor lost 1 downEngland 7 Germany 2FoursomesWilson and Whiteoak won 3&2Hilleard and Enefer won 1 upGregory and Amor won 1 upSinglesWilson won 4/3Whiteoak lost 2/1Hilleard won 2 upEnefer won 1 upGregory lost 1 downAmor won 2 upEngland 7 Spain 2FoursomesWilson & Whiteoak lost 4/2Hilleard & Enefer won 5&4Gregory & Amor won 3&1SinglesWilson lost 5&4Whiteoak won 1 upHilleard won 2&1Enefer won 5&4Gregory won 5&3Amor won 5&4Click here for full details
Facebook87Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston EDC Center for Business & InnovationThe Washington Center for Women in Business created the third annual INSPIRE Women’s Business Conference for forward-looking women business owners and business leaders in our community.Photo courtesy: Thurston EDCThe 7-hour, one-day conference has a theme of innovation & inspiration. The conference will kick off with an inspiring breakfast keynote address by Amy Leneker of Compass Consulting, followed by morning breakout sessions.Prairie Rose Hyde, co-founder of Alaffia and vice president of the Alaffia Foundation, will give the lunchtime keynote address. There is one-afternoon breakout session and the day ends with a Happy Hour Networking Mixer.Event coordinators do have a few exhibitor tables left and some sponsorship opportunities available. Last year over 120 women attended the conference and event organizers expect this year to attract even more. If your target market is women business leaders, don’t miss this event!WHO: Washington Center for Women in BusinessWHAT: INSPIRE – Women’s Business ConferenceWHEN: Friday, May 10, 2019, from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.WHERE: Thurston EDC Center for Business & Innovation/SPSCC Lacey Campus, 4220 6th Ave SE, Lacey, WA 98503TICKETS: $65 per person which includes breakfast and lunch.FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit http://wcwb.org/inspire/ or call WCWB Program Manager Traci Hansen at (360) 464-6050 or email email@example.comAbout the Washington Center for Women in BusinessThe Washington Center for Women in Business (WCWB) is a program of the Thurston EDC’s Center for Business & Innovation (CB&I), whose mission is to empower entrepreneurs to succeed in business by providing coaching, training, and technical assistance on a wide variety of topics. The WCWB differs from other programs of the CB&I because our Business Coaches are dedicated to helping the whole Womanpreneur see her goals realized. The WCWB is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.