Healthcare, National Issues, Press Release, Public Health, Women’s Rights Blue Bell, Pa. – Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf were in Blue Bell today to participate in a panel discussion and community forum on the importance of Planned Parenthood. The event was held at Montgomery County Community College’s main campus.The panel was moderated by Montgomery County Commissioner and physician Valerie Arkoosh. Other participants included Planned Parenthood medical providers, staff, and patients. The audience posed questions for the panel, seeking answers on everything from access to health care for immigrant women and proposed legislation in D.C. that could severely affect funding for Planned Parenthood.“As the U.S. Senate continues to consider changes to the American health care system, we need to reject flawed amendments and support bipartisan efforts to make health care more available and affordable for all Americans, including preserving funding for Planned Parenthood,” Governor Wolf said.Governor and First Lady Wolf were Planned Parenthood volunteers in York and continue to support women’s health care rights and access. In Pennsylvania, nearly 50 percent of Planned Parenthood’s health centers are in medically under-served areas. Last year, Planned Parenthood served about 90,000 patients in Pennsylvania and provided nearly 170,000 screenings for sexually transmitted diseases, over 9,000 cervical cancer screenings and 11,000 breast wellness exams.“It’s particularly important that we fight to oppose any legislation that limits access to health care for all,” Wolf said. “I am committed to doing all that I can to make sure Pennsylvania is a place that celebrates individual choice, liberty, and personal freedoms.” Governor Wolf and First Lady Join Planned Parenthood for Panel Discussion on Women’s Health Care Rights and Access September 19, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
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The series starts Jan. 19 and ends May 26 as the USWNT will play two games abroad to start the year and then eight domestic matches before departing for the World Cup, which starts June 7. “This schedule checks a lot of important boxes in our preparation for the World Cup. We’ll get to experience a variety of teams in regard to their strengths and styles of play and almost all of them will be in their World Cup preparation as well,” coach Jill Ellis said in a statement.”We are playing tough games in Europe, which is vitally important, and also get to play in front of our home fans at venues all across the USA. It will go fast, but these games will be a major factor in pushing us to be at our peak once we arrive in France next summer.” The U.S. Women’s National Team is gearing up for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in a big way. U.S. Soccer revealed Thursday a 10-game schedule that will put the USWNT up against tough competition in the months leading up to the tournament in France. As Ellis noted, the team is taking its preparation seriously as five of the 10 teams the U.S. will face are ranked in the top 10 in the world. With matchups against England (No. 3 in the world rankings), France (4), Australia (6), Japan (7) and Brazil (8), competition will be tough to help prepare the team for France.Once the road to France is over, the USWNT will face the challenge of defending its World Cup title. The U.S. women enter 2019 on a 28-match unbeaten run (25-0-3) and went undefeated in their 20 games during 2018. DateOpponentKickoffVenue; LocationJan. 19France2:30 p.m. ETStade Océane; Le Havre, FranceJan. 22Spain2:30 p.m. ETEstadio José Rico Perez; Alicante, SpainFeb. 27Japan7 p.m. ETTalen Energy Stadium; Chester, Pa.March 2England3:30 p.m. CTNissan Stadium; NashvilleMarch 5Brazil8 p.m. ETRaymond James Stadium; TampaApril 4 Australia7 p.m. MTDick’s Sporting Goods Park; DenverApril 7Belgium6 p.m. PTBanc of California Stadium; Los AngelesMay 12South Africa 1:30 p.m. PTLevi’s Stadium; Santa Clara, Calif.May 16TBA* 7 p.m. CTBusch Stadium; St. LouisMay 26Mexico Noon ETRed Bull Arena; Harrison, N.J.* Based on Women’s World Cup draw