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first_img 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, 2016center_img Governor Wolf Statement on the Senate’s Failure to Act on HB 2375last_img read more

first_imgUganda looks good to secure third place, to qualify to play for 5th place overall in the classification round, if they overcome Scotland, ranked 9th in the world at 9.00am. They could as well secure a semifinal place.With group leaders England and New Zealand facing off Wednesday, Uganda’s She Cranes could see themselves level at second place if they beat Scotland in their final match and the Silver Ferns lose. They will storm the semifinals if they can beat Scotland by a 30 plus goal margin, and New Zealand lose.Uganda will have the advantage of playing after the New Zealand – England game, and will know the target they need — if the Silver Ferns lose. The team will also hope Proscovia is fully fit for this key game, as she had an ice-pack applied to reduce pain in her muscles at halftime before she could continue playing.Uganda-Wales Quarter scores:8-19 (8-19);12-20 (20-39);10-19 (30-58);10-18 (40-76)Starting Line UpsWales – (GK) K.Morgan, (GD) N.Jones, (WD) S.Drane, (C) K.Jones, (WA) S.Llewelyn, (GA) C.Moseley, (GS) C.LewisUganda – (GK) S.Nanfuka, (GD) A.Lilian, (WD) F.Nanyonga, (C) R.Meme, (WA) H.Nakachwa, (GA) R.Nanyonga, (GS) P.ProscoviaThe teams ranked third to sixth in each pool at the completion of the preliminary rounds will compete in the classification rounds as follows:3rd Pool A v 3rd Pool B4th Pool A v 4th Pool B5th Pool A v 5th Pool B6th Pool A v 6th Pool BThe classification rounds will determineplacings 5 –12 in the competition.Share on: WhatsApp PosPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification 2 New Zealand4301247181+666 3 Uganda4202230211+194Classification matches Wales must now dig for every inch of team spirit and fortitude ahead of their final match of Pool B, against Malawi tomorrow. 5 Scotland4103158232−742center_img 4 Malawi4202209231−224 6 Wales4004162282−1200 1 England4400288157+1318Semi-finals FILE PHOTO: Uganda She Cranes added another victory to their win. Their first win was against MalawiUganda ?? 76 Wales ??????? 40Wales remain winless after a frustrating match against UgandaGold Coast, Australia | THE INDEPENDENT & WELSHNETBALL.COM | Peace Proscovia continued her shooting masterclass at the Commonwealth Games, scoring 56 goals as Uganda’s netballers mauled Wales 76-40 in their penultimate group game.Sitting bottom of Pool B at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Wales (World rank 10) had it all to do against Uganda (rank 7), who despite some very creditable performances had just one win against Malawi to their name thus far in the tournament.Uganda’s 36-goal margin win Tuesday now gives them an outside chance of making it to the semifinals.Wales made some good early opportunities for themselves but failed to convert, nevertheless it was a far more settled start than in their previous three Commonwealth Games assignments. However, a lack of composure in their opponents’ end led to some unforced turnovers and Uganda raced to a first quarter 19-8 lead.In all, the She Cranes demonstrated far more accuracy and dynamism in what proved to be a disappointing period for Wales.Despite having an ice-pack applied during the interval, Proscovia continued her shooting masterclass immediately upon the resumption of the match.Leila Thomas and Amanda Varey came on as Wales sought to find consistency and challenge the Ugandan lead. However, the required consistency never materialised as the Ugandan lead continued to grow apace.Wales performed better during the first five minutes of the third quarter, but Uganda couldn’t be caught. Wales brought on Georgia Rowe and moved Chelsea Lewis to goal attack in their search for more goals, but Uganda continued to find acres of space on court.The misery continued for Wales with Nia Jones receiving a warning from officials and the penalty count passing the 60-mark during the fourth period. Wales had only made 42 feeds into the circle by this point and it was creditable that Wales had converted 35 of these. However, generally it was difficult to find positives in what was a disappointing performance.Pool Blast_img read more

first_imgby Tim Dahlberg LAS VEGAS (AP)—The crowd at the MGM Grand arena didn’t waste any time leaving, with most getting out even before the decision was officially announced. They had come to cheer Juan Manuel Marquez, and the few who were still there when Floyd Mayweather Jr. left the ring sent him on his way with a chorus of boos.That comes with playing the role of a villain in boxing, a role Mayweather plays well. Making it rain in strip clubs one night, giving a dominating performance in the ring the next, it all comes with the territory. DOMINATING PERFORMACE—Floyd Mayweather Jr., right, throws a left at Juan Manuel Marquez, of Mexico, during their non-title welterweight boxing match in Las Vegas. He returned from a brief retirement Saturday night to give an undersized Marquez a beating and, although the crowd might not have appreciated the messenger, they surely appreciated the message. Hate him all you want, but Mayweather is a singularly talented boxer, the kind of fighter who makes the sweet science seem even sweeter.A 21-month layoff wasn’t going to change that, something that soon became apparent to even the Marquez faithful, who had to know by the third round or so that this was a mismatch of both size and skill. Marquez did everything he could—including drinking his own urine in training—to beat a bigger man at his own game, but this was always going to be a long night.If you were foolish enough to spend 50 bucks to watch at home in hopes that Mayweather would be beaten, well, that’s 50 bucks you don’t have anymore. The problem with boxing is the biggest stars fight only for the biggest money, so a comeback against a guy who was two weight classes smaller never figured to be terribly competitive.If this were the UFC, no one would have cared or screamed ripoff at their flat screen TV. Fights there can be total mismatches or end in bizarre fashion in the first round and fans still cheer drunkenly and start saving their money for the next big card.But this is boxing, and the sport’s long and sometimes rich history means fighters are held to a higher standard. That means Mayweather is open for criticism for everything from not knocking out Marquez to helping build him up to be a tougher challenge than he turned out to be.“I’m never going to win,” Mayweather said afterward, and with some truth. “There’s always going to be an excuse.”The excuse this time was that Marquez—who had fought only three times over 130 pounds—was far too small to give Mayweather a good fight even though he had given Manny Pacquiao almost more than he could handle in their two fights. Mayweather didn’t help his own cause by coming in two pounds over the 144-pound contracted weight—making the size advantage even greater even though he had to pay Marquez $600,000 of his purse because of it.Mayweather knocked Marquez down early and won every round on most ringside cards. He landed left hands to the head of Marquez every time he came inside and evaded his opponent’s punches so well that Marquez was credited with landing little more than one out of every 10 punches.Undersized and outclassed, Marquez had nothing going for him but his heart. True to his proud Mexican boxing heritage, he kept fighting hard up to the final bell even as he kept taking a beating.“Hey, I tried,” said Marquez, who seemed awfully happy for a guy who had just been given a whipping. “I proved I can give it my all.”What it all means for boxing will have to be sorted out later. Mayweather never was a big ticket seller before he found the role of villain and the less than capacity crowd at the MGM may have been a tip-off to the pay-per-view sales, too.The fight went up against a UFC card that was also on pay-per-view, and promoters surely will analyze the results and both claim victory. But this was not a referendum on boxing, like Mayweather’s fight against Oscar De La Hoya a few years ago that was supposed to save the sport but ended up merely delivering millions into both boxer’s bank accounts.Indeed, a better fight is upcoming in November when Pacquiao meets Miguel Cotto. The assumption is Mayweather will fight the winner because the money will be too big to refuse. But he was noncommittal after his fight other than to say he wanted to fight the best fighters out there.When he does, he will be booed again because, as good as he is, he will always be the villain. It’s a role he embraces, and he should, because it has made him millions.And the next time you see Money Mayweather, you can bet he’ll be making even more.(Tim Dahlberg is a national sports columnist for The Associated Press. Write to him at tdahlberg(at)ap.org.)last_img read more