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first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter November 04, 2016 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Bill Signing Harrisburg, PA – Governor Wolf today signed the following bills into law:Act 145 (Farry) – Amends the Enforcement Officer Disability Benefits Law, amending the title; & providing for eligibility of firemen of airport authorities, firemen employed by Commonwealth & EMS personnel of cities.Act 146 (Boback) – Amends Title 40 (Insurance), in regulation of insurers and related persons generally, providing for retroactive denial of reimbursements.Act 147 (Miccareli) – Amends the act entitled “An act to establish a Board of Wardens for the port of Philadelphia, & for the regulation of pilots & pilotages, & for other purposes therein mentioned,” further providing for fees.Act 148 (Miccareli) – Amends act entitled “A further supplement to an act, entitled ‘An act to establish a board of wardens for the port of Philadelphia’ & for regulating the rates of pilotages & number of pilots” providing for rates & charges.Act 149 (Gabler) – Act providing for student protection during the transition of a postsecondary education institution to new accreditation.Act 150 (Folmer) – Amends the Local Tax Enabling Act, in consolidated collection of local income taxes, providing for the definition of “farming” & further providing for declaration & payment of income taxesAct 151 (Raferty) – Amends the Transit Revitalization Investment District Act, in general provisions; for defs.; in TRID creation & location; TRID planning study; land development powers; for development or redevelopment; for public meeting.Act 152 (Argall) – Amends Recorder of Deeds Fee Law authorizing an additional fee to be imposed and used for demolition; and making an editorial change.Act 153 (Vance) – Amends the Public Welfare Code, in human services block grant pilot program, for defs.; for human services block grant, for powers & duties, for allocation, use of funds, appeals, limitations & construction & editorial changes.Act 154 (Blake) – Amends Title 66 (Public Utilities), in general provisions, further providing for definitions.Act 155 (Hutchinson) – Amends the Second Class County Code, in fiscal affairs, further providing for limits on counties of the second class.Act 156 (Hutchinson) – Amends Title 53 (Municipalities), in consolidated county assessment, further providing for limitation on tax increase after countywide reassessment.Act 157 (Browne) – Amends CPA Law further providing for defs., for requirements for issuance of certificate, for certificates issued by domestic reciprocity, for licenses to practice & licensing of firms and for peer review.Act 158 (Rafferty) – Amending Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in burglary and other criminal intrusions, further providing for burglary; and, in sentencing, providing for sentencing for burglary.Act 159 (Mensch) – Act designating a portion of State Route 663 in Montgomery County as the Army Specialist Ray Ira Haas Memorial Highway; various other road & bridge designations.Act 160 (Baker) – Amends Underground Utility Line Protection Law further providing for expiration.Act 161 (White) – Amends an Act further providing for electronic funds transfers; providing for defs.; for consumer protections; payroll card accounts; and making editorial changes.Act 162 (Wagner) – Amends Title 68 (Real & Personal Property), in creation, alteration & termination of condominiums, for amendment of declaration; in cooperatives, for amendment of declaration; &, in planned communities, for amendment of declarationGovernor Wolf vetoed the following bill:HB 245 PN 4110 (Dunbar) – Amends the Local Tax Enabling Act, in local taxes, further providing for defs., payroll tax, payment of tax, and withholding tax; for tax collection committees, powers of DCED, for penalties & costs of collection, local services & taxes.View Governor Wolf’s veto message below: Governor Wolf Acts on Legislationlast_img read more

first_imgTHE men’s and women’s Hundred competitions will offer equal prize money when the inaugural tournament is played this summer.The new 100-ball competition, which features eight city-based teams, begins in July with the men’s and women’s events running simultaneously.The prize budget of £600 000 will be split equally between the competitions.“It is brilliant news,” England captain Heather Knight, who will lead London Spirit in The Hundred, told BBC Sport.“To have equal prize money is a statement by the ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board) to put women’s cricket alongside men’s cricket.“We have a long way to go to make women’s cricket as equal as it can be – but the signs are brilliant.”The women’s Hundred begins with Birmingham Phoenix’s match against Manchester Originals at Worcestershire’s New Road on July 22 and ends on August 14 at Hove.Nine matches will be played as double-headers with the women’s fixtures played before the men’s games at the same venues.While prize money is equal, the contracts for the women’s Hundred are far smaller than in the men’s competition. The highest women’s salary bracket is £15 000, compared with £125 000 for men.“It is about being realistic as well,” said Knight. “The women’s game has not been professional for that long. We have seen how the men’s game has built, and the women’s game will hopefully follow suit.“It (prize money) will be a real boost for those players who will continue playing for a little longer and won’t have to worry about other jobs and paying the bills.“I am sure there will be that extra push from them to get their hands on the big prize.”The head of the women’s Hundred, Beth Barrett-Wild, said the equal prize money is an “important step in the right direction”.“It’s recognition for the women’s players and the huge value they bring to The Hundred,” added Barrett-Wild.“The England and Wales Cricket Board is committed to transforming women’s and girls’ cricket, from inspiring young girls to pick up a bat for the first time, through to establishing the women’s game as a professional career option.”The Hundred will be covered extensively across the BBC, including live television coverage of both finals on August 14 and 15. (BBC Sport)last_img read more

first_img 11. Houston Baptist 32 Pl. School Points Women’s Shot Put Southeastern Louisiana Ashley Davis Jr. 54-7.5/16.65m Men’s 400m Lamar Webster Slaughter So. 47.76 4. McNeese 72 2. Southeastern Louisiana 83 9. Central Arkansas 39 6. Stephen F. Austin 56.5 Men’s 3,000m Lamar Jordan Rowe So. 8:17.37 Day Two Champions Men’s 60m Northwestern State Micah Larkins Sr. 6.68 Men’s Heptathlon Houston Baptist Denim Rogers Jr. 5,528 12. New Orleans 6 10. McNeese 34 Women’s High Jump Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Sashane Hanson Sr. 5-9.75/1.77m 3. Incarnate Word 81 Women’s Final Team Standings 4. Lamar 73 Men’s Final Team Standings Women’s 200m Northwestern State Natashia Jackson Jr. 24.02 Women’s 60m Lamar Thai Williams Sr. 7.51 13. Nicholls 0 Women’s 800m Stephen F. Austin Madison Compass Sr. 2:10.79 Men’s 60m Hurdles Sam Houston State Fabian McCall Jr. 7.75 Women’s 3,000m Stephen F. Austin Brittany Innis Sr. 9:52.79 Women’s 60m Hurdles Incarnate Word Jerica Love Sr. 8.41 1. Sam Houston State 112 Women’s 4x400m Northwestern State — — 3:43.60 Women’s Mile Stephen F. Austin Kelsey Ramirez So. 4:56.14 FINAL RESULTS | Photo Gallery | Championships HomepageBIRMINGHAM, Ala. – For the fourth straight year, the Sam Houston State men clawed their way to a first-place team finish at the 2019 Southland Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships. The Stephen F. Austin women’s program dominated their way to a Southland Conference indoor championship of their own snapping a four-year drought.The Bearkats were the lone program to put up triple digits in the men’s championship topping out with 112 points on for their fourth conference championship in program history. The SHSU comeback was mounted following a third-place conclusion at the end of day one, where Sam Houston State found themselves trailing Southeastern Louisiana by 17 points. All told, SHSU claimed a trio of first-place finishes over the two-day stretch.Southeastern Louisiana’s men finished second in final standings with 83 points. The Lions were pulsed by D.J. Ruffin who was named the Men’s Most Valuable Performer after accounting for 29.5 of SLU’s points and a pair of conference championships in the long jump and high jump events. Ruffin’s performance stands as the second-most points accrued by a single individual in Southland Conference men’s history.Abilene Christian men compiled 77 points on the way to a third-place finish, while Lamar concluded with 73 points to take hold of fourth place. Northwestern State (62) finished the event in fifth overall. The Demons were followed by Stephen F. Austin (56.5), Incarnate Word (45), Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (41.5), Central Arkansas (39), McNeese (34), Houston Baptist (32), New Orleans (6) and Nicholls (0).The Ladyjacks were a force to be reckoned with racking up six first-place finishes and 141 points on the way to their program’s ninth Southland team title. Freshman pole vaulter Nastassja Campbell edged out a Southland Championship record after vaulting her way to 14-0.9 mark. Stephen F. Austin beat out their next closest opponent by 56 points.Northwestern State claimed the runner-up position on the women’s side with 85 points and two gold medals, both of which came on day two.Incarnate Word concluded their best finish in program history taking third place with a program-best 81 points. McNeese came in next with 72 points, while Abilene Christian rounded out the top five with 65 points. Coming in sixth was Lamar (48), followed by Central Arkansas (43), Sam Houston State (43), Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (38), Southeastern Louisiana (24), Houston Baptist (16), New Orleans (7) and Nicholls (0).In addition to Campbell’s record-breaking pole vault, there were three more conference championship marks that were broken over the two-day period.Southeastern Louisiana’s Ashley Davis bested her 2018 performance with a 54-7.5 heave in the women’s shot put event. Davis’ performance earned her a second consecutive gold medal in the indoor shot put.Up next was Fabian McCall of Sam Houston State who topped out in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 7.75. McCall’s outing bested the previous mark (7.81) set by Carl Johnson of UTSA in 2003.SHSU had one more Southland Championship record set by Jo’vaughn Martin in the 200m dash. Martin recorded a 20.94 clip to overcome fellow Bearkat Chris Jefferson’s mark of 21.07 in 2018.The top three finishers in each event final are recognized as First, Second and Third Team All-Conference, respectively. Individual men’s and women’s awards for Coach of the Year, Outstanding Running Events Performer, Outstanding Field Events Performer, Freshman of the Year, Newcomer of the Year and Athlete of the Year will be nominated and voted upon by head coaches next week.For athletes that achieved qualifying marks this season, the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships will be hosted at the Birmingham CrossPlex March 8-9.The 2019 Southland Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships are set for May 3-5 in Natchitoches, La. with Northwestern State serving as the host institution. 5. Abilene Christian 65 8. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 41.5 9. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 38 2. Northwestern State 85 7. Incarnate Word 45 3. Abilene Christian 77 Women’s Triple Jump Incarnate Word Sarea Alexander Sr. 42-7.0/12.98m Pl. School Points Event School Name Cl. Distance/Time/Points 13. Nicholls 0 10. Southeastern Louisiana 24 T7. Sam Houston State 43 Men’s 800m Stephen F. Austin Drake Murphy Sr. 1:49.97 11. Houston Baptist 16 1. Stephen F. Austin 141 Women’s 400m Stephen F. Austin Imani Nave Jr. 54.37 Men’s 200m Sam Houston State Jo’vaughn Martin Fr. 20.94 6. Lamar 48 Men’s Triple Jump Lamar Tylen Guidry Jr. 50-11.0/15.52m 5. Northwestern State 62 Men’s Shot Put Abilene Christian Kai Schmidt Sr. 58-11.5/17.97m 12. New Orleans 7 Men’s Mile Lamar Jordan Rowe So. 4:08.17 T7. Central Arkansas 43 Men’s 4x400m Abilene Christian — — 3:13.23last_img read more