SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Statement Harrisburg, PA – Governor Wolf released the following statement on the failure of the Senate to act on HB 2375:“The Senate’s inaction on HB 2375 is incredibly disappointing and frustrating for so many Pennsylvanians.“Just weeks after Republicans and Democrats came together to pass fiscally responsible and comprehensive unemployment insurance reform that would provide benefits to 44,000 Pennsylvanians, the failure to move this critical legislation leaves the system’s staffing and operations in upheaval.“The failure to pass this bill now also means that the unemployment insurance system will be forced to lay off workers and close centers who process claims for the very people who are newly eligible to receive benefits because they are out of work and looking for a new job.“Though these impacts will be real and immediate, I will continue to provide workers with additional training opportunities and resources to help them get back to work.”Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf November 16, 2016 Governor Wolf Statement on the Senate’s Failure to Act on HB 2375
Danish Ansari Written By The women’s division in WWE has performed extremely well over the years and WWE SmackDown has treated the fans to some of the most entertaining matches they have ever seen. Also Read | WWE SmackDown: Braun Strowman Vs Tyson Fury, Will It Happen?A look at some of the best women’s rivalries on WWE SmackDownBayley vs Charlotte FlairCharlotte’s father used underhanded tricks and tactics to gain an edge over his opponents for years. His daughter was on the other side of it throughout her rivalry against Bayley. Charlotte, however, won the final battle as she closed the bitter rivalry by claiming a record 10th Women’s Championship.Asuka vs Becky LynchAsuka and Becky Lynch were involved in an interesting rivalry on WWE SmackDown earlier this year. The feud ended with Asuka digging deep to defeat Becky Lynch at the Royal Rumble PPV. Lynch won the Women’s Royal Rumble match the same night and soon captured the Raw Women’s Championship after the win. Lynch and Asuka never had a one-on-one fight since then. Also Read | WWE SmackDown: Know Where To Watch Upcoming SmackDown Live MatchesBecky Lynch vs Charlotte FlairBecky Lynch has arguably become one of the biggest stars in WWE. Her rivalry with Charlotte which saw her as an underdog through the most part of the feud definitely helped her capitalise and build upon the heat Charlotte has been receiving from fans for being majorly pushed to the top since being brought onto the main roster; your answer in case you wonder why almost every rivalry on this list involves Charlotte Flair.Becky’s rant against the WWE and Charlotte made her an immediate fan favourite as she headlined the PPV which generated the loudest of reactions from the WWE Universe. It was this rivalry that made her an unprecedented accomplishment for a female star and got Becky Lynch her first Women’s Championship win.Naomi vs Charlotte Flair This was another brief rivalry on WWE Smackdown. Since Charlotte was drafted back to Smackdown Live, there was a lot of excitement amongst fans who were expecting a feud between these two talented women down the line. It wasn’t too long before the two clashed in a one-on-one action which showcased the potential both these women have in the ring. Naomi and Charlotte broke out some of the best sequences during the fight. Also Read | WWE SmackDown Draft 2019: PredictionsWWE: More memorable rivalries to comeWWE has taken major steps in the last two years to assure that women would get what they deserve. From longer matches to more titles and opportunities, and finally main-eventing PPVs. Ever since the Women’s evolution, the ladies have been major milestones, and on October 28 this year, they are looking to do it again with the first-ever all women’s PPV event.Also Read | WWE: Kevin Owens Is No Longer Listed As An Active WWE Superstar! LIVE TV FOLLOW US First Published: 10th October, 2019 22:49 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE COMMENT Last Updated: 10th October, 2019 22:49 IST WWE SmackDown: Biggest Rivalries In Women’s Wrestling In Recent Times WWE SmackDown is home to some of the best women rivalries we have seen in the history of WWE SmackDown. Read on to know what are the most memorable ones.
Source: BBC Bayern Munich have signed Croatia winger Ivan Perisic on a one-year loan from Italian club Inter Milan.The deal includes an option for the German champions to buy the 30-year-old at the end of it.Arsenal made an approach to sign Perisic in January, while he has also been linked with Manchester United.Perisic has previously played for Borussia Dortmund and Wolfsburg, who he left in 2015 to join Inter, in the Bundesliga.He also helped Croatia to the 2018 World Cup final, which they lost to France.“I’m very glad to be back in Germany,” he said. “Bayern are one of the biggest clubs in Europe.“We want to go on the attack, not only in the Bundesliga and the DFB Cup, but also in the Champions League.”
Tunisia’s football federation are refusing to apologise to the Confederation of African Football after accusing them of cheating, a member of the federation’s executive committee was quoted as saying on Wednesday. In the wake of the violent scenes that followed Tunisia’s controversial elimination from the tournament by Equatorial Guinea last Saturday, the north Africans were fined $50,000.They were also ordered to say sorry for “insinuations of bias and lack of ethics against CAF and its officials, or to present irrefutable evidence to substantiate the accusations”.African football’s governing body gave Tunisia a deadline of midnight on Thursday to write a formal letter of apology or face the possibility of being disqualified from the next edition’s qualifiers, which start in June.Tunisia rejected this after a meeting of the federation’s executive committee in Tunis on Wednesday, the Tunisia agency ATAP reported.“Our investigation into the affair and the opinion of neutrals is that we suffered scandalous injustice from referees. Not only in the match against Equatorial Guinea but right from the start of the tournament,” committee member Hichem Ben Omrane was quoted as saying.“We will explain all of this to CAF at a meeting,” he added. CAF fined Tunisia for what it termed “the aggressive attitude of some supporters in the stands, invasion of the pitch after the final whistle by players and substitutes of the Tunisian team — insulting the referee of the match and trying to physically assault him — and the regrettable behaviour of the president of the Tunisian Football Federation, Wadie Jary”.Jary went onto the field to remonstrate with the match officials.CAF also said Tunisia’s players broke a changing room door and a fridge. The governing body suspended Mauritius referee Rajindraparsad Seechurn for his inability to control the match and took him off Africa’s elite panel.Equatorial Guinea, who were also fined $5,000 after several spectators invaded the pitch to celebrate, beat Tunisia 2-1 having equalised after being awarded a dubious penalty on the stroke of fulltime.They then scored a stunning free kick in extra time to claim an unlikely semi-final berth. Their coach Esteban Becker was unsympathetic to Tunisia’s protests.“It’s logical that a team will be sad if they lose against a theoretically smaller team,” Becker said.”But that doesn’t justify things that don’t belong in football… Tunisia played a very dirty game; they tried to intimidate the smaller Equatorial Guinea players, this has no place in fair play.”