Italian media – Anteo Spazio Cinema http://anteospaziocinema.com/ Sat, 25 Sep 2021 22:50:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://anteospaziocinema.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Italian media – Anteo Spazio Cinema http://anteospaziocinema.com/ 32 32 Daniel Maldini makes Serie A history | Football news https://anteospaziocinema.com/daniel-maldini-makes-serie-a-history-football-news/ https://anteospaziocinema.com/daniel-maldini-makes-serie-a-history-football-news/#respond Sat, 25 Sep 2021 16:48:49 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/daniel-maldini-makes-serie-a-history-football-news/ Daniel Maldini said it was moving to score his first goal against AC Milan in his first start for the Italian club in a 2-1 win over Spezia on Saturday, following in the footsteps of his father Paolo and his grandfather Cesare. Italian media said it was the first time three generations of the same […]]]>

Daniel Maldini said it was moving to score his first goal against AC Milan in his first start for the Italian club in a 2-1 win over Spezia on Saturday, following in the footsteps of his father Paolo and his grandfather Cesare.

Italian media said it was the first time three generations of the same family have debuted in Serie A, with Paolo Maldini’s last goal in 2008 and Cesare in 1961.

The 19-year-old was named in Stefano Pioli’s starting lineup and opened the scoring after 48 minutes with a powerful header to send Milan on the path to a victory that propelled them to the top of the table.

“It was a very strong emotion,” Maldini told DAZN.

“Today I was pretty emotional, but calm. Fortunately, we took all three points at home, although it was difficult.

“The coach told me yesterday that I was going to play, but I was relaxed. It is difficult to find spaces on the pitch, to move and to create chances. But in the second half, a little more ‘space has opened up. “

Paolo and Cesare were both defenders and enjoyed extremely successful playing careers with Milan.

Cesare joined Milan from Triestina in 1954 and became the club’s captain, winning Serie A four times and the European Cup in 1963, before later returning as manager and leading Milan to Coppa Italia. and the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1973.

Paolo, widely regarded as one of the greatest defenders of all time, has spent his entire career with the Rossoneri and was the club’s captain during a brilliant period of success, winning seven Serie A titles and five trophies. of the European Cup / Champions League, among other honors.

Now working as Technical Director for Milan, he was in the stands at Stadio Alberto Picco to celebrate his son’s milestone.

“Dad is demanding, but he gives me advice and helps me,” said Daniel Maldini.

]]>
https://anteospaziocinema.com/daniel-maldini-makes-serie-a-history-football-news/feed/ 0
Inter face two big challenges against Atalanta and Shakhtar, Italian media highlights https://anteospaziocinema.com/inter-face-two-big-challenges-against-atalanta-and-shakhtar-italian-media-highlights/ https://anteospaziocinema.com/inter-face-two-big-challenges-against-atalanta-and-shakhtar-italian-media-highlights/#respond Sat, 25 Sep 2021 11:34:18 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/inter-face-two-big-challenges-against-atalanta-and-shakhtar-italian-media-highlights/ Inter will face two important games over the next week, which will go a long way in determining the tenor of the rest of their season. This according to today’s print edition of the Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, which highlights the importance of tonight’s game against Atalanta and Tuesday’s Champions League meeting with Shakhtar Donetsk to […]]]>

Inter will face two important games over the next week, which will go a long way in determining the tenor of the rest of their season.

This according to today’s print edition of the Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, which highlights the importance of tonight’s game against Atalanta and Tuesday’s Champions League meeting with Shakhtar Donetsk to set the tone in two major competitions.

Inter are two points behind leaders Napoli in the Serie A table, and their form has marked them as serious contenders to defend their Scudetto crown this season.

However, Atalanta could be the toughest opponent Simone Inzaghi’s men have ever faced, and they’ll see last season’s third-place clash as the perfect test of whether they can really capitalize on it. the momentum of recent victories against Bologna and Fiorentina. .

Meanwhile, in the Champions League, the Nerazzurri haven’t got off to a good start, losing 1-0 to Real Madrid at San Siro, and they’ll know they have to do their best if they want to avoid a repeat of the last three seasons where they left Europe’s top competition in the group stage.

Tuesday’s trip to Ukraine to face Shakhtar is practically a must-have victory as the Nerazzurri look to gain a foothold in their squad after an encouraging performance and disappointing loss in their opener of the group stage.


]]>
https://anteospaziocinema.com/inter-face-two-big-challenges-against-atalanta-and-shakhtar-italian-media-highlights/feed/ 0
Venezia makes waves with US imports into Italian league https://anteospaziocinema.com/venezia-makes-waves-with-us-imports-into-italian-league/ https://anteospaziocinema.com/venezia-makes-waves-with-us-imports-into-italian-league/#respond Fri, 24 Sep 2021 16:43:36 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/venezia-makes-waves-with-us-imports-into-italian-league/ VENICE, Italy (AP) – The team bus is a team boat for US midfielder Gianluca Busio and his Venezia teammates when they play at home in one of Italy’s most picturesque towns . “We drive to a small port and the (boat) taxi is waiting for us. It’s the only way to get there other […]]]>

VENICE, Italy (AP) – The team bus is a team boat for US midfielder Gianluca Busio and his Venezia teammates when they play at home in one of Italy’s most picturesque towns .

“We drive to a small port and the (boat) taxi is waiting for us. It’s the only way to get there other than walking, ”said Busio, 19.

This is how they arrived at the Penzo Stadium in Venice last Sunday for the team’s first Serie A home game since 2002.

The city hasn’t changed much since then, but the team has changed. After being promoted to the Italian first division and celebrated with a parade of boats on the famous channels, the club have turned to an increasingly reliable source – Major League Soccer – to recruit young Americans in a bid to stay afloat in Serie A.

Along with Busio, the team bought Tanner Tessmann and loaned Jack de Vries. Only a handful of Americans have played in Serie A, so Venezia’s moves are quite a wave for the reds, whites and blues.

On Wednesday Busio started and Tessmann was a substitute in Venezia’s 2-0 loss to AC Milan and midfielder Weston McKennie went the distance for Juventus in their 3-2 win over Spezia. With Roma right-back Bryan Reynolds, Serie A has never had so many US internationals in the same season.

The success of McKennie as well as Christian Pulisic (Chelsea), Gio Reyna (Borussia Dortmund) and Tyler Adams (Leipzig) helped pave the way.

“It makes things a lot easier for all young Americans… especially those in MLS,” Busio said.

It probably helps, too, that Venezia has American ownership, although this has become its own trend. in Italian football. The team invested in analysis and also imported players from Nigeria, Norway, Iceland and Israel.

Young Americans know they’re not in Kansas anymore – or in Busio’s case, Sporting Kansas City. He says he needs to “get stronger” and improve his defense. Media said Venezia paid a base fee of $ 6 million which could climb to over $ 10 million.

Tessmann joined FC Dallas, which produced high-quality academy players, for a reported sum of nearly $ 4 million. Dallas alumni include McKennie and Reynolds, a 20-year-old right-back who fights for minutes under Jose Mourinho in Rome.

Busio has become Venice coach Paolo Zanetti’s premier midfielder. De Vries, 19, is part of Venezia’s second team, on loan from the Philadelphia Union.

Tessmann, who turned 20 on Friday, made three appearances, all off the bench. The 6-foot-3 midfielder wants to improve his off-ball movements and defensive positioning to earn his jersey – they are elegant and exhausted commercially – on match days.

“The players know where they are going to be and everything is more fluid,” said Tessmann. “MLS is more thoughtful, slower, so here you just have to know what you want to do and try to do it as fast as you can.”

Of course, both are keen to complete their national team resumes, and the roster for the next round of the World Cup qualifiers is expected next week.

“As far as the national team is concerned,” Tessmann said of his goals, “just try to be called up in a qualifying game but I can’t do it if I don’t play, so the first step is just trying to get minutes and help my team I’m improving every week, every day, keep working hard, stay mentally focused.

Harry Kane may dream of becoming a kicker in American football, but Tessmann had a scholarship offer for Clemson.

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney, who is Tessmann’s godfather, offered him a scholarship after watching the Alabama native hit a 64-yard basket at a Clemson summer camp in 2019. He entered without training as a kicker.

“I had to learn a lot of things at the two-day camp,” Tessmann said. “After the camp, Dabo said to himself, ‘We can get you a scholarship to come and strike.’ I signed up then, but obviously took a different path and signed pro with FC Dallas.

Busio, born to an Italian father and an American mother in North Carolina, signed with Kansas City at the age of 15 around the time one of his idols, Andrea Pirlo, took his retirement as a player.

“I grew up watching all Serie A games and the Italian national team with my father,” he said. “Pirlo will always stand out to me for the way he plays and composes and relaxes, the hair and all. It was something that attracted me, and now even more.

Playmaker Busio collected his first assist for Venezia in last Sunday’s 2-1 loss to Spezia. He averages 11.2 kilometers (7 miles) of race per game, the seventh-highest in the league.

A freshman’s chore abroad can get expensive, but it could be done worse than in Venice, where the biggest decision beyond choosing restaurants and sights may be how to get there. – walk on pedestrian bridges or take water taxis.

“It’s an unreal city, truly blessed to live here,” Tessmann said. “I’m a water taxi guy. It is so relaxing. That’s why you go to Venice, you know, to get on a boat.

___

More AP football: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports

]]>
https://anteospaziocinema.com/venezia-makes-waves-with-us-imports-into-italian-league/feed/ 0
International battle for 6-year-old cable car survivor goes to court https://anteospaziocinema.com/international-battle-for-6-year-old-cable-car-survivor-goes-to-court/ https://anteospaziocinema.com/international-battle-for-6-year-old-cable-car-survivor-goes-to-court/#respond Thu, 23 Sep 2021 23:10:25 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/international-battle-for-6-year-old-cable-car-survivor-goes-to-court/ “I lost my faith in the Italian system,” he said, explaining why he brought Eitan to Israel. He had been frustrated, he said, not being able to communicate directly with the judges and having no say in Eitan’s care. Eitan is doing well in Israel, he said. “Now that he’s here, he’s sleeping next to […]]]>

“I lost my faith in the Italian system,” he said, explaining why he brought Eitan to Israel. He had been frustrated, he said, not being able to communicate directly with the judges and having no say in Eitan’s care.

Eitan is doing well in Israel, he said.

“Now that he’s here, he’s sleeping next to me, and he’s touching my hand, you know, all night long. He doesn’t publish it, ”Peleg said. “He is so happy”

Roberta Sacchi, a Rome-based psychologist who is a frequent consultant in custody matters, said that when both parents are deceased, the primary consideration for a court is to “ensure that the quality of the child’s life before the event also remains stable. as possible.

A move can be traumatic for a child, and “the tendency is not to remove a child from a known routine,” she said, adding that the court should determine if and where the child has gone to. school, or had a close connection with a parent. .

In the case of Eitan, which she did not consult, the Turin judge who granted custody to Ms. Biran “respected this principle”, she said, because the child had been educated in Italy and had lived there.

Ms. Biran said her family and Eitan’s family lived close to each other, and Eitan and Emilia, one of Ms. Biran’s daughters, attended kindergarten together. He was due to start primary school with his cousin in Italy last week.

But none of this can be in question for the Israeli court.

]]>
https://anteospaziocinema.com/international-battle-for-6-year-old-cable-car-survivor-goes-to-court/feed/ 0
“The decision was based on a thorough understanding” https://anteospaziocinema.com/the-decision-was-based-on-a-thorough-understanding/ https://anteospaziocinema.com/the-decision-was-based-on-a-thorough-understanding/#respond Wed, 22 Sep 2021 18:00:00 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/the-decision-was-based-on-a-thorough-understanding/ The temporary release of British coach Jamie Day from his duties with the national football team and the subsequent brief appointment of Spain coach Oscar Bruzon ahead of the SAFF championship put the professionalism of the Football Federation in the Bangladesh (BFF) under close scrutiny, however, BFF President Kazi Salahuddin believes his decision was entirely […]]]>

The temporary release of British coach Jamie Day from his duties with the national football team and the subsequent brief appointment of Spain coach Oscar Bruzon ahead of the SAFF championship put the professionalism of the Football Federation in the Bangladesh (BFF) under close scrutiny, however, BFF President Kazi Salahuddin believes his decision was entirely focused on improving the national team.

“There have been examples like this in world football, at club level in Chelsea for example, which however have no financial problem, but you have to understand our reality. Not unprofessional, what I did was by necessity for my country, for my team and for my federation, ”Salahuddin told the Daily Star on Monday.

For all the latest news, follow the Daily Star’s Google News channel.

“After the Tri Nations Cup in Nepal at the end of March, alongside Nabil [Vice President Kazi Nabil Ahmed], I sat down with Jamie [Jamie Day] and assistant coach Stuart Watkiss, who told us the team is what they played in Nepal. I told Stuart that we beat Nepal in Dhaka, to which his response was that whatever you do behind the national team you can’t even improve by more than one percent.

“If there is no room for improvement for the national team, then tell me, why should I spend $ 25,000 a month behind them,” said Salahuddin, who watched the United Nations Cup in the United Nations. during which Bangladesh lost 0-2 to Nepal in the final after playing. a draw in the group stage.

When asked why the contract was not reviewed in August after the end of a year on a two-year contract, the boss of the BFF replied: “What will happen after the end? of the SAFF championship? I cannot bring any foreign coaches at the time due to the pandemic but I have to play other tournaments.

“Now because of the two-year contract, if it’s terminated, I have to pay it [Day] whether he stays here or abroad. So I kept it to take care of the team, whether they were performing well or not.

“My decision was based on a deep understanding. I can now give it to her [Day] the engagement of the U-23 national team, according to the contract, and he can continue to try the young players.

“If he [Day] refuses to take over the U-23 team, so it becomes a breach of contract on his part. I couldn’t fire him because of our involvement in the U-23 tournament. “

The former national striker further informed that he was not worried about the outcome of Oscar Bruzon, who will only guide the national team in the SAFF championship.

“If Bruzon does not deliver the expected results, there is nothing we can do about it, but at the moment Bruzon has only been assigned for the SAFF Championship.

“There was no discussion with Bruzon about the AFC U-23 Championship qualifiers and the Four Nations Invitational Tournament in Sri Lanka,” said Salahuddin.

The BFF president also mentioned that he had been trying to find Day’s replacement for over a year.

“I was trying to change my head coach for about a year and a half, but this time around I couldn’t bring any foreign coaches here because of the pandemic.

“This time I told my trainer [Day] watch the league games but I have to admit that the contract [with Day] was not done correctly as he was entitled to enjoy 100 days of vacation under the contract and he invariably left [London] take advantage of it as soon as the national team’s commitment to the tournament ends.

“And he didn’t watch the national games afterwards. This time I felt that things had to change because he doesn’t own the national team. But the circumstances did not allow it.”

Salahuddin believes the existing group of players can shine under a competent coach.

“If anyone tells me that this generation of footballers are less talented and less skilled than the previous generations, I wouldn’t agree. If we can provide the national team with a good coach who can organize the boys well, the results will come, I believe. “

]]>
https://anteospaziocinema.com/the-decision-was-based-on-a-thorough-understanding/feed/ 0
Nigerian-born designer Joy Meribe opens Milan Fashion Week | Economic news https://anteospaziocinema.com/nigerian-born-designer-joy-meribe-opens-milan-fashion-week-economic-news/ https://anteospaziocinema.com/nigerian-born-designer-joy-meribe-opens-milan-fashion-week-economic-news/#respond Wed, 22 Sep 2021 12:01:23 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/nigerian-born-designer-joy-meribe-opens-milan-fashion-week-economic-news/ By COLLEEN BARRY, AP Fashion Editor MILAN (AP) – Nigerian-born designer Joy Meribe opened Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday with her first runway collection, a tangible success for a movement to promote diversity in Italian fashion just one year after its launch. The National Italian Fashion Chamber has appealed to Meribe to open six days […]]]>

By COLLEEN BARRY, AP Fashion Editor

MILAN (AP) – Nigerian-born designer Joy Meribe opened Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday with her first runway collection, a tangible success for a movement to promote diversity in Italian fashion just one year after its launch.

The National Italian Fashion Chamber has appealed to Meribe to open six days of premieres of women’s clothing for Spring / Summer 2022 after its inaugural collection for the initiative “We are made in Italy” the year last was a commercial success.

“Beyond the video, proclamation or manifesto that we make, the real test is whether customers are buying your products. Joy passed this exam, ” said Italian-Haitian designer Stella Jean, who helped launch the initiative in the summer of 2020, asking the question: “Does black life matter in Italian fashion? ? ” inspired by the American movement and following the racist blunders of the great Italian fashion houses.

“It wouldn’t have been so quick if it hadn’t been for the acceleration from the US,” said Jean, who enjoyed the first-row success alongside the US-born Italian designer. Edward Buchanan and Afro Fashion. The founder of Milano Week Michelle Ngonmo.

Political cartoons about world leaders

Political cartoons

Meribe broke down in tears after the show as she thanked the fashion chamber and the movement’s founders for bringing her to the catwalk.

The collection included ruffled and ruffled skirts and jackets with built-in capes that were both regal, as seen in an off-the-shoulder dress sweeping the floor and hip, including a day mini dress and an off-the-shoulder tunic. The textiles were an explosion of bright yellow against sky blue, with tropical prints depicting thatched cottages against blossoming banana trees, which Meribe said was meant to celebrate a return to more normalcy.

“We went from a dark moment and wanted to create something full of hope and light, the joy of starting over,” she said backstage.

The initiative that launched Meribe opened its second edition this fashion week. designers.

“There is movement,” said Buchanan, the American designer behind the Sansovino 6 label. “Sure, everything takes time, but it kind of takes an industry to get used to the idea that they are talents like any other. “

To highlight, they have created a database of more than 3,000 fashion professionals of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds living in Italy, including designers, merchandisers, photographers and stylists, with the aim of dispelling the idea that various talents were not available in Italy.

But even marking the progress made in diversity in the industry, organizers said a racist incident at a four-star Milan hotel targeting this year’s “Fab Five” underscored the work that remains to be done.

Ngonmo said she was checking in at the hotel with the five women when receptionists roughly rejected routine requests by paying guests, indicating they had no place there. She posted the incident on social media and then spoke to management, who apologized and fired the two workers responsible.

“They dehumanized us, taking away our humanity and treating us like animals. It’s really, really bad, ” Ngonmo said.

Jean said the incident “is proof that everything we do today, more than ever, must be done. It is a necessity. “

Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

]]>
https://anteospaziocinema.com/nigerian-born-designer-joy-meribe-opens-milan-fashion-week-economic-news/feed/ 0
Italian referendum to decriminalize marijuana, psilocybin and other herbal medicines gets half a million signatures https://anteospaziocinema.com/italian-referendum-to-decriminalize-marijuana-psilocybin-and-other-herbal-medicines-gets-half-a-million-signatures/ https://anteospaziocinema.com/italian-referendum-to-decriminalize-marijuana-psilocybin-and-other-herbal-medicines-gets-half-a-million-signatures/#respond Mon, 20 Sep 2021 13:16:47 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/italian-referendum-to-decriminalize-marijuana-psilocybin-and-other-herbal-medicines-gets-half-a-million-signatures/ A senior senator from Rhode Island said lawmakers were “very close” to reaching agreement on a bill to legalize marijuana that could be considered in a special session this fall. Senate Speaker Dominick Ruggerio (R) has been invited to provide an update on ongoing negotiations on the reform proposal since lawmakers adjourned the session. He […]]]>

A senior senator from Rhode Island said lawmakers were “very close” to reaching agreement on a bill to legalize marijuana that could be considered in a special session this fall.

Senate Speaker Dominick Ruggerio (R) has been invited to provide an update on ongoing negotiations on the reform proposal since lawmakers adjourned the session. He told WPRI-TV that while there are still outstanding issues to be resolved, he believes legalization will be undertaken before the end of the year.

“We have had people working on this issue since we left the session this year,” he said.

“We sent a bill – which we think is a very good bill – to the House before we left in June,” the senator said, referring to a legalization bill his chamber approved in. June. “They are working on this legislation with some members of the House right now.”

A special session has yet to be called, but Ruggerio said he believed a deal on cannabis reform would be reached in time to bring lawmakers back to State House in the coming months.

“We hope we can make cannabis. Were very close. We are making progress, but we are not there yet, ”he said. “There are a few hurdles they’re tackling right now, and we’ll see how that plays out.”

It remains to be seen whether the negotiated legalization bill that will ultimately be produced will satisfy progressive advocates and lawmakers, some of whom have rallied to a reform agenda that emphasizes the need for bold social equity provisions.

Negotiators worked to reconcile competing proposals from the House, Senate and Governor Daniel McKee (D). While the bills each contain elements intended to address the harms of criminalizing marijuana, the coalition led by Reclaim Rhode Island says they are insufficient. Supporters and supportive lawmakers have presented specific elements they want to see incorporated, such as setting aside half of commercial cannabis licenses for communities most affected by prohibition.

“We cannot reverse the harms of the War on Drugs, but we can begin to fix it by moving to automatic deregistration and waiving all related fines, fees and court debts,” said Representative Karen Alzate (D ), President of Rhode Island. The Black and Latino Legislative Caucus said earlier this month. “This bold legalization plan gives us the chance to turn a new leaf for the State of the Ocean, and it is time we seized it.”

Ruggerio, for his part, said he felt the legalization bill that was approved in the Senate contained “very strict social justice provisions” and that the write-off provision was “as close to automatic as possible “.

Reclaim Rhode Island isn’t the only group pushing lawmakers to work quickly to pass legalization. He is part of a coalition of 10 civil rights and drug policy reform groups, including the Rhode Island chapters of the ACLU and NAACP, which recently called on lawmakers to move forward with enacting marijuana reform in the state before the end of 2021.

House Speaker Joe Shekarchi (D) said in July that although there is no consensus yet between lawmakers and the governor on a deal to legalize marijuana, it is still a “doable” question and would be a priority if negotiations were successful this summer and a special session convened this fall.

The speaker said this month that bicameral negotiators “continue to have productive discussions on the important policy implications associated with the legalization of personal marijuana, including, but not limited to, some of the questions raised today at the press conference “by activists and lawmakers. .

Rep Scott Slater (R), for his part, recently told Marijuana Moment that “things are still where they were” before the end of the session. The lawmakers “are trying to find a reconciliation between my bill, that of the Senate and that of the governor.”

The summer meetings have been “mostly informal” so far, the representative said. “I think we can get there before next year. It won’t be perfect, and I’m sure it’s a work in progress.

Ruggerio said in July that he was not disappointed that the House had not yet brought forward legalization legislation and that “what we really wanted to do was send it in and have them reviewed” when his chamber passed his cannabis reform measure.

Shekarchi, for his part, has previously said he believes reform is “inevitable”.

A key disagreement between the House, Senate, and governor’s office concerns regulatory authority over marijuana. Ruggerio was pressed on the issue in a recent interview and said members of his chamber agree that “a separate commission is the way forward in this regard.”

The House and McKee, on the other hand, want the program to be managed by the State Department of Business Regulation (DBR). Ruggerio noted that “it was difficult to negotiate on a bill when the House bill really did not arrive until late in the session.”

Senate Majority Leader Mike McCaffrey (D) was also recently asked about provisions allowing local municipalities to refuse to allow marijuana businesses to operate in their area. He said “once the legislation is passed and whatever form is adopted, communities have the option to opt out.”

“They have the option to opt out if the community does not want to participate,” he said. “It’s their decision, however, they are not getting the funds that would come from sales in this community. “

The Majority Leader also noted that neighboring states like Connecticut and Massachusetts have passed legalization, giving the legislature extra momentum to continue state reform.

Shekarchi, meanwhile, said in July he had no intention of letting regional pressure dictate the timeline for when Rhode Island enacted a policy change. Social equity, license fees, labor agreements and home growing arrangements are among the outstanding issues that need to be addressed, the speaker said.

The House Finance Committee held a hearing on Slater’s legalization measure in June.

The governor previously told reporters that if he supported legalization it was “not one of my highest priorities,” adding that “we are not in contention with Connecticut or Massachusetts on this issue.” .

“I think we have to get it right,” he said, pointing to ongoing discussions with the House and the Senate.

The House finance committee discussed the governor’s proposal to end the ban in an earlier hearing in April.

The governor’s and rulers’ legalization plans are particularly different from the proposal former Governor Gina Raimondo (D) included in her budget last year. Before stepping down to join the Biden administration as secretary of commerce, she called for legalization through a state-run model.

McKee gave a first glimpse of his take on reform in January, saying “it’s time for [legalization] happens “and that he’s” more inclined to an entrepreneurial strategy out there to let it go that way. “

Shekarchi, meanwhile, said he was “absolutely” open to the idea of ​​legalizing cannabis and also leaned towards privatization.

Late last year, the Senate Finance Committee began a preliminary review of legalization ahead of the 2021 session, with lawmakers generally accepting reform as inevitable. “I certainly think we will act on the issue, whether it is more private or more state-owned,” said at the time Sen. Ryan Pearson (D), who is now chair of the panel.

Meanwhile, the governor signed a landmark bill in July to allow safe consumption sites where people could use illicit drugs under medical supervision and receive resources for treatment. Harm reduction advocates say it would prevent overdose deaths and help de-stigmatize substance abuse. Rhode Island is the first state to allow facilities.

The Senate Judiciary Committee also held a hearing in March on legislation that would end criminal penalties for possession of small amounts of drugs and replace them with a fine of $ 100.

Pennsylvania senators to consider DUI protections for medical marijuana patients at hearing

Photo courtesy of Brian Shamblen.

Marijuana Moment is made possible by the support of readers. If you rely on our cannabis advocacy journalism to stay informed, please consider a monthly Patreon engagement.

]]>
https://anteospaziocinema.com/italian-referendum-to-decriminalize-marijuana-psilocybin-and-other-herbal-medicines-gets-half-a-million-signatures/feed/ 0
Franck Kessie talks confirmed as Nuno Espirito Santo’s biggest problem at Tottenham exposed https://anteospaziocinema.com/franck-kessie-talks-confirmed-as-nuno-espirito-santos-biggest-problem-at-tottenham-exposed/ https://anteospaziocinema.com/franck-kessie-talks-confirmed-as-nuno-espirito-santos-biggest-problem-at-tottenham-exposed/#respond Mon, 20 Sep 2021 03:00:00 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/franck-kessie-talks-confirmed-as-nuno-espirito-santos-biggest-problem-at-tottenham-exposed/ Here is all the news from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium over the past 24 hours. Nuno’s transcription The Spurs head coach faced the media after the 3-0 loss to Chelsea and the main topic of discussion in his press conference was what went wrong in the second half. “A lot of things. A lot of things. […]]]>

Here is all the news from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium over the past 24 hours.

Nuno’s transcription

The Spurs head coach faced the media after the 3-0 loss to Chelsea and the main topic of discussion in his press conference was what went wrong in the second half.

“A lot of things. A lot of things. From the way we conceded, it’s disappointing the way to concede, through a set piece,” admitted Nuno Espirito Santo. “Then after that it got really hard, really hard to get back into the game.

“Chelsea are a good team and in possession they created problems for us.

“Like you said, very good first half, very good. We competed very well, we played good football, we pushed high, so we realize that we have a lot to improve, but the consciousness of the first half has to stay with us so that we can take advantage of it. “

Complete transcript.

Nuno exposed again

The Spurs boss named a rather offensive XI against Chelsea and brought the game to Thomas Tuchel’s men, causing plenty of trouble at times in north London as they fought well in midfield and looked to move from there ‘before.

However, with the Blues bringing in N’Golo Kante at the break, Tottenham’s dominance ended as a result.

The substitution turned the game in favor of the Blues who scored a quick brace 12 minutes after the restart, before Antonio Rudiger added a third just before the final whistle.



Nuno Espirito Santo was happy with his Tottenham side’s performance against Chelsea in the first half

It has now been two consecutive weeks since Spurs surrendered in the second half, although the heavy loss at Palace was not helped at all by the expulsion of Japhet Tanganga.

This is something that needs to change at Tottenham and quickly.

Click here to read what Rob Guest spotted in the 3-0 loss.

Football.london has a new podcast! We’ve brought together your two favorite journalists from Tottenham at Alasdair Gold and Rob Guest to keep you up to date with everything happening at Hotspur Way.

The latest transfer news to these glorious victories in North London and beyond! There might even be a laugh or two too.

Subscribe, download and listen to all episodes so far and those to come: Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, Spreaker, Spotify, Acast, or other provider.

Kessie speaks

Tottenham were interested in signing Franck Kessie from AC Milan during the summer transfer window.

This was according to midfielder agent Massimo Brambati, who said in an interview with Italian media Tuttomercatoweb Radio that the Ivorian had several suitors.

But Kessie ended up staying in Italy and with less than a year on his contract, there’s a chance he could leave on a free transfer next summer.



Frank Kessie would have been
Frank Kessie would have been “overwhelmed” by the flattery of Fabio Paratici. (Photo by Chloe Knott – Danehouse / Getty Images)

But Milan manager Paolo Maldini has confirmed that talks with the 24-year-old about extending his stay have already taken place and that he expects another meeting with the midfielder’s agent.

“We’ve been talking to Kessie’s agent for a year and a half,” he told DAZN, according to Fabrizio Romano.

“We have had many meetings and we will have other opportunities to talk to him about Franck.”

]]>
https://anteospaziocinema.com/franck-kessie-talks-confirmed-as-nuno-espirito-santos-biggest-problem-at-tottenham-exposed/feed/ 0
Inter’s Joaquin Correa slammed for performance against Bologna ahead of injury by Italian media https://anteospaziocinema.com/inters-joaquin-correa-slammed-for-performance-against-bologna-ahead-of-injury-by-italian-media/ https://anteospaziocinema.com/inters-joaquin-correa-slammed-for-performance-against-bologna-ahead-of-injury-by-italian-media/#respond Sun, 19 Sep 2021 14:33:22 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/inters-joaquin-correa-slammed-for-performance-against-bologna-ahead-of-injury-by-italian-media/ Inter striker Joaquin Correa has been criticized for the quality of his performance in yesterday’s win over Bologna at San Siro before needing to be injured. In player ratings for the Serie A clash in today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper La Repubblica, the Argentine received a score of 6/10, among the lowest among Nerazzurri […]]]>

Inter striker Joaquin Correa has been criticized for the quality of his performance in yesterday’s win over Bologna at San Siro before needing to be injured.

In player ratings for the Serie A clash in today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper La Repubblica, the Argentine received a score of 6/10, among the lowest among Nerazzurri players.

Inter had a good evening against Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Rossoblu side, picking up an outright 6-1 victory to get back on track after the disappointment against Real Madrid in midweek, but Correa didn’t appreciate his evening.

The 27-year-old had to leave the pitch following a collision with Bologna defender Lorenzo Di Silvestri, but even his performance before that did not see him at his best, earning him the same rating as Aleksandar Kolarov, Roberto Gagliardini and Andrea Ranocchia.

Meanwhile, ratings of 6.5 / 10 were given to Stefan de Vrij, Alessandro Bastoni, Alexis Sanchez and Samir Handanovic, while Milan Skriniar, Federico Dimarco, Denzel Dumfries, Matias Vecino, Marcelo Brozovic and Nicolo Barella all have received marks of 7/10.

The highest player ratings, 7.5 / 10, went to Lautaro Martinez and Denzel Dumfries, while coach Simone Inzaghi received a rating of 8/1 for his approach.


]]>
https://anteospaziocinema.com/inters-joaquin-correa-slammed-for-performance-against-bologna-ahead-of-injury-by-italian-media/feed/ 0
Only super-license delays confirmation of Guanyu Zhou – report https://anteospaziocinema.com/only-super-license-delays-confirmation-of-guanyu-zhou-report/ https://anteospaziocinema.com/only-super-license-delays-confirmation-of-guanyu-zhou-report/#respond Sat, 18 Sep 2021 18:00:39 +0000 https://anteospaziocinema.com/only-super-license-delays-confirmation-of-guanyu-zhou-report/ The Italian branch of Motorsport.com believes that Alfa Romeo will confirm the signing of Guanyu Zhou once he obtains his super-license. The Italian team have confirmed who will be one of their drivers in 2022, with Valtteri Bottas coming to replace retired compatriot Kimi Raikkonen, but have not yet confirmed who will be the Finn’s […]]]>

The Italian branch of Motorsport.com believes that Alfa Romeo will confirm the signing of Guanyu Zhou once he obtains his super-license.

The Italian team have confirmed who will be one of their drivers in 2022, with Valtteri Bottas coming to replace retired compatriot Kimi Raikkonen, but have not yet confirmed who will be the Finn’s partner.

Antonio Giovinazzi’s future on the grid is in serious jeopardy, with Formula E champion Nyck de Vries and Formula 2 driver Zhou tied to his seat.

In recent weeks, Zhou has emerged as the frontrunner to replace the Italian, with rumors that his sponsors are willing to pay the team up to € 30million in exchange for training and the boss of the team, Frédéric Vasseur, confirming that it was taken into account.

“Zhou is doing a good job in F2; he’s sure he’s on the list, ”he said.

“It’s not just because he’s Chinese, he’s a leader in F2. He’s won a few races and I think every F1 team is watching him, but now, like I said before, the first four events have gone a little differently.

“Now they are coming back to more standard tracks and the youngsters in F2 have more experience, and then we will see in two or three events where we are, how each driver evolves in F2.”

Discover all the latest 2021 team clothing via the official Formula 1 store

Reports from Germany from Auto Motor und Sport indicated that a deal had yet to be reached, with the Alpine junior driver wanting a multi-year contract and Alfa only wishing to offer a one-year contract.

In the Italian media, however, there are allegations that a deal is already in place, and the only thing delaying a confirmation is that Zhou gets a super-license,

“The Hinwil-based team will bet on the Chinese driver to join Valtteri Bottas in the 2022 season,” said an article in the Italian branch from Motorsport.com.

“But the staff led by Vasseur are forced to wait for the young Asian to total the FIA ​​points which will allow him to obtain the super license.

“If this were the case, the fate of Antonio Giovinazzi with the ‘biscione’ would be sealed, whatever the results of the Apulian pilot …”

Zhou already has 29 of the 40 points required and currently sits second in the F2 standings, so it is almost certain that he will indeed get his super-license this year.

]]>
https://anteospaziocinema.com/only-super-license-delays-confirmation-of-guanyu-zhou-report/feed/ 0