Women In Central PA Reflect On A Year Of Trump By Cindy Simmons • Jan 5, 2018 ShareTweetEmail Webster's Bookstore Cafe owner Elaine Meder-Wilgus (center) at a State College protest against changes to the Affordable Care Act. Credit Katie DeFiore / WPSU Listen Listening... / 5:10 It's been about a year since Donald Trump took office. For some women in Central Pennsylvania it's been a very difficult year. Cindy Simmons caught up with a few of them for WPSU. Tags: Donald TrumpShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Centre County Group Hits Roadblocks In Helping Refugees By Cindy Simmons • Sep 8, 2017 Daniel Sonnentag The Centre County Refugee Welcome Committee is stuck in a holding pattern. The committee, which includes eleven religious groups, had hoped to be helping a refugee family settle in Centre County this year, according to member Penny Eifrig. State College Residents Protest GOP's Attempts to Repeal ACA By Katie DeFiore • Jul 26, 2017 Katie DeFiore / WPSU State College locals protested Wednesday against the GOP’s attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Around 15 people held up signs outside the Allen Street Gates. Webster’s Bookstore Café owner Elaine Meder-Wilgus held a sign shaped like a tombstone. She said she’s seeing a lot of misinformation on the Affordable Care Act.