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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

Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Giving up two late round draft picks to the Oakland Raiders in the 2013 offseason for the then-33-year-old turned out to be arguably one of the biggest trades in Cardinals history.The team rewarded the quarterback with a one-year contract extension earlier in training camp, ensuring that Palmer finishes his career in the desert.Coming in tied for 23rd (with Kansas City safety Eric Berry) is defensive back Tyrann Mathieu, who wasn’t ranked in this list last season.Mathieu was considered by most to be a candidate for the NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award before he suffered a torn ACL — his second in three seasons — in a Week 15 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. The fourth-year pro is back on the field in training camp for Arizona, vowing to play all 16 regular-season games for a team with Super Bowl aspirations.The “Honey Badger” established himself as one of the best young defensive backs in the league last season, intercepting five passes, including one that he returned for his first NFL touchdown. But Mathieu was more than an interception machine when he was healthy in 2015. He played more than 100 snaps at three different positions, and lined up at five other spots on the Cardinals’ defense. His nose for the ball led to the “Honey Badger” nickname in college at LSU, and it has continued to hold true in the NFL.Mathieu signed a five-year, $62.5 million contract that made him the highest-paid safety in the league earlier this summer. 0 Comments   Share   The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories The Cardinals’ highest-ranked player, not surprisingly, is cornerback Patrick Peterson, who falls at number 16 on the list, up from last year’s ranking of 49.Five Pro Bowls. Three All-Pro teams. Defensive captain. Peterson has established himself as a standard in the NFL at cornerback. Yes, he had only two interceptions last season, but that’s because not many passes were thrown his way. Peterson said last season he learned to not let boredom on the field get the better of him, and he has worked to be focused on every play. After controlling his diabetes, Peterson had a stellar season in 2015, and he’s only 26 years old.Peterson has been a Pro Bowl selection in all five of his NFL seasons and established himself as a true shutdown corner in 2015.Only two defensive backs — Seattle’s Richard Sherman (14) and Earl Thomas (15) — rank ahead of Peterson on this year’s list. The Arizona Cardinals featured four players in the first released portion of ESPN’s panel-based player ranking system, and now the team has added three more.Carson Palmer has found his spot on the list at No. 37.Talk about rejuvenated. Palmer had the best season of his career in his mid-30s last year. He threw for a career-high 4,671 yards and 35 touchdowns, while recording the third-highest completion percentage of his career. He also led the Cardinals to a 13-3 record, and won his first playoff game while making to the NFC Championship Game, the furthest point he has ever gone. He was even one of three players who received an MVP vote. — Josh WeinfussIn 2013, Palmer threw for 4,274 yards and 24 touchdowns in his first season in Arizona, the best of his career at the time. After he went down with an ACL injury in 2014, Palmer came back in 2015 to not only have the best season of his career, but the best season of any Cardinals quarterback in franchise history. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more