Bill Signing, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today signed two bills into law. The following pieces of legislation are now law:Act 75 – House Bill 477, sponsored by Rep. David Hickernell, which helps children and youth who are in Pennsylvania’s foster care system have access to the same activities and experiences as their peers.Act 76 – House Bill 698, sponsored by Rep. Jim Marshall amends Title 34 (Game), allows for those who are disabled and permanently confined to a wheelchair to use that device while hunting.# # #Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf December 10, 2015 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf Signs Two Bills Into Law
Hamilton: New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson, who suffered a shoulder injury on the third day of the ongoing second Test against Bangladesh was taken for scans on Monday. Williamson picked up the injury when he fell awkwardly trying to stop a ball at gully during the Bangladesh innings.Despite the injury, Williamson (74) came to bat and scored handsomely.”Kane Williamson will not return to the field today as he rests his left shoulder ahead of further investigation (MRI scan) tomorrow morning. Tim Southee is the on-field captain, New Zealand cricket posted on Twitter on Monday.On the fourth day, Bangladesh trail by 141 runs with Mohammad Mithun (25) and Soumya Sarkar (12) still at the crease. IANSAlso Read: Sports News
The Tipperary County Board have responded to suggestions that Skoda will not be renewing their sponsorship deal.The Irish Independent is today reporting that they search is on for a new sponsor for the Premier’s inter-county teams.The article claims Skoda have decided not to extend their deal which began in 2011 for an initial three years and was then extended for another 12 months at the end of last year. However County Board secretary Tim Floyd told Tipp FM this morning that negotiations are still ongoing The original sponsorship deal was one of the biggest ever at the time with the car manufacturer investing around €800,000 in Tipperary GAA.
CLEAR LAKE — North-central Iowa congressman Steve King will be holding a town hall meeting tomorrow afternoon in Clear Lake. The Republican from Kiron will meet with constituents in the Lakeview Room in the City Park Bandshell for an hour starting at 2 o’clock. The event is open to the public.