Lindmeier said. "It’s true that the Congress is a secular party.
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several gaps in gun laws still exist despite many states tightening background checks for firearm purchases according to state law one of the people said firearms can be confiscated from people found to be at riskWinfrey these days has been focused on OWN She is a remarkable and talented woman with a level of integrity that sets her apart and makes her a perfect fit for ’60 MinutesFew officials from pharmaceutical companies who recently met with US President Donald Trump have protested his immigration policies publicly but more than 150 biotech company executives have attacked the measures YURI GRIPAS/REUTERS/Newscom Biotech bosses protest Trump’s travel ban By John Carroll Endpoints NewsFeb 7 2017 1:30 PM Originally published by Endpoints News The reaction against President Trump’s decision to ban travel from 7 predominantly Muslim nations drew an instant reaction from the biotech world gaining a quick thumbs-down from a large majority of the hundreds of industry executives we’ve been in touch with Now the biotech opposition is getting organized In a letter published in Nature Biotechnology this morning 166 biotech execs leveled a blast at Trump’s travel ban now stayed at least temporarily by a court ruling saying that it strikes at the heart of the industry’s ability to recruit the best and brightest staff from all over the world while raising deep seated fears among all their staffers from outside the US The letter was signed by a long lineup of high-profile executives drawn from the CEO suite venture capital and academia including Herve Hoppenot the French CEO of Delaware-based Incyte George Scangos the former Biogen CEO who’s now leading a startup and MIT’s Bob Langer a serial biotech entrepreneur with more than 30 startups to his credit “If this misguided policy is not reversed” they say “America is at risk of losing its leadership position in one of its most important sectors one that will shape the world in the twenty-first century” The letter underscores the groundswell of opposition in the industry to the ban It also highlights a growing divide between the executives who lead this field and BIO the industry organization which lobbies on their behalf So far BIO has stayed mum about the travel ban So have most of the top CEOs of the Big Pharma companies many of whom have been lobbying for tax reform that would allow them to repatriate billions of dollars in reserves held overseas But there was at least one exception to the Big Pharma rule of silence “Science doesn’t have any borders so anything that gets in the way of a borderless science exchange doesn’t help” said AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot quoted today by Bloomberg The UK-based pharma giant has research and manufacturing sites in Massachusetts and Maryland “We want to be able to move our people and our scientists around the world” The Bloomberg story also raises concerns that the Trump administration’s focus on the H-1B visa program used to bring in scientists from around the world could be altered making it harder to recruit abroad Here’s a portion of the letter: The United States has led the world in medicine production for decades not only because of its ability to finance drug discovery but also because more than any other country the United States represents opportunity regardless of borders gender race sexual orientation or political cast This has enabled our industry to attract the best talent wherever it is found This aspect of our industry is a core reason the United States has built its unique strength in biopharmaceuticals At a stroke the new administration has compromised years of investment in this national treasure Our colleagues who are here on visas or are in global outposts are now fearful and uncertain of their status Scientists based in other countries and employed by our companies are afraid to come to the United States or are canceling trips The parents and families of immigrants who live and work in the United States are reluctant to attempt to travel to and from the US Though the ban from the Trump administration is aimed at seven countries our global employees interpret the underlying message as “America is no longer welcoming of any immigrants whatsoever” They fear similar orders could be issued for other countries at a moment’s notice They fear being stigmatized and discriminated against simply because of their religion irrespective of the nation they come from Several among us have heard from employees about their deportation fears how they do not feel comfortable leaving the country on business or how they now feel cut off from their family abroad Every nation has the right to determine who comes across its borders Every nation needs to be vigilant in defending itself against and hunting down terrorists The actions taken by the Trump administration however were poorly conceived and implemented; they have raised deep fears and concerns across the biotech industry in which diversity and the free flow of ideas and people have created an American powerhouse of medicine If this misguided policy is not reversed America is at risk of losing its leadership position in one of its most important sectors one that will shape the world in the twenty-first century Indeed it will harm an industry dominated by smaller companies and startups the very kind of industry the administration has said it wants to support It will slow the fight against the many diseases that afflict us as well as carry negative economic consequences for the United States You can find a PDF with the list of executives who signed the letter here: Immigration Letter Signature Reprinted from Endpoints News Copyright 2017 Endpoints News reports and analyzes the top global biotech and pharmaceutical R&D news of the day Sign up for its free reports at https://endptscom/Former New York Times editor Jill Abramson joked to graduating college students Monday that “I’m in exactly the same boat as many of you” making her first public appearance at a North Carolina commencement since she was fired from the newspaper last week Abramson the commencement speaker at Wake Forest University acknowledged the “media circus” surrounding her speech saying “the only real news here today is your graduation from this great university” Abramson said she was “impressed that your achievements have attracted so much media attention as well they should” She said the firing “hurt” and spoke about the importance of resilience “Some of you and now Im talking to anyone whos been dumped not getting the job you really wanted or gotten those rejection letters from grad schools you know the sting of losing or not getting something you really want” she said “When that happens show what you are made of” She told the audience that her sister had called her the day after she was fired from the Times “I know dad would be as proud of you today as the day you became executive editor of the New York Times” Abramson recalled her sister saying Abramson joked that between getting hit by a truck seven years ago and her abrupt firing she should be called “Calamity Jill” “Whats next for me I dont know” she said “So Im in exactly the same boat as many of you” Abramson’s sudden ousting from the Times caught both the newsroom and the national media establishment by surprise and has ignited controversy over what led to it Some reports have indicated that Abramson was fired because she press executives about making less than her male predecessor while other reports have said a management style that ruffled feathers was the cause The Times has been adamant there was no pay disparity and that the issue played no role in the firing Many women have pointed to complaints about her management style as amounting to a double-standard Abramson the newspaper’s first female executive editor was replaced by Dean Baquet the paper’s first African-American top editor “Fueling [outrage over her firing] have been persistent but incorrect reports that Jills compensation package was not comparable with her predecessors” Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr said in a statement Saturday “This is untrue Jills pay package was comparable with Bill Kellers; in fact by her last full year as executive editor it was more than 10% higher than his “Equality is at the core of our beliefs at The Times” Sulzberger said “It will always be” Abramson is famous for having the Times‘ T logo tattooed on her back and she said during commencement address that some students asked her Sunday night if she would get it removed: “Not a chance” Write to Charlotte Alter at charlottealter@timecom 2004. 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Lindmeier said. "It’s true that the Congress is a secular party.