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
Moss Maritime and Equinor have recently signed a cooperation agreement to develop a floating solar panel park solution for near coastal and offshore applications. The partners will combine their experiences and know-how to further develop the concept into a competitive and cost-effective solution that should meet the increasing demand of renewable energy solutions.According to Moss Maritime, the solar park will have a modular design that eases construction and repair. It will be customized to fit various locations and power demands and should be able to operate in waves without damage to solar panels.Moss Maritime is part of Saipem’s new division XSIGHT, dedicated to high added value engineering services.
Technical Adviser of Akwa United Abdu Maikaba has told www.busybuddiesng.com that he is pleased with his side’s 1-1 draw against Rivers United in a rescheduled Match Day 22 encounter of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) decided at the Yakubu Gowon stadium in Port Harcourt on Wednesday.Title-chasing Akwa United stung the hosts with a 12th goal from in-form striker Musa Newman, who fired in from close range but three minutes later, Emeka Ogbuh headed home a brilliant free-kick by Chinwendu Ali to draw the ‘Pride of Rivers’ level.Despite watching CHAN Eagles- invitee Alhassan ‘Muazam’ Ibrahim’s 23rd-minute penalty saved by experienced Sunday Rotimi in goal for Rivers United, Maikaba said he is delighted with the point, even though the ‘Promise Keepers’ could have won the match.“Actually I am happy with the one point but we would have gotten all the three points at stake,” the former Wikki Tourists boss said.“It is part of the game, sometimes, it happens like that. Even the best players in the world miss penalties in important moments.“To me, we played well and faced some difficulties during the game. We know Rivers (United) needed the 3 points so well and we also need the 3 points. But for over two weeks, it is only today (Wednesday) that it didn’t rain. It’s always raining. So the two teams suffered.“That is why you couldn’t see the best of my team today (Wednesday),”With the result, Rivers United moved up two places to 12th spot on the NPFL standings (with a game in hand) while Akwa United remain third with 51 points.Audio Playerhttps://www.busybuddiesng.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Maikaba-July-27.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.RelatedMaikaba Pleased With Akwa United Performance Despite CAF Confed Cup Exit (Audio)April 19, 2018In “Africa”NPFL: Maikaba Backs Everton, Begs Akwa United Fans (AUDIO)January 25, 2019In “NPFl”NPFL: Abdu Maikaba Attributes Plateau United Strong Start To Better Players (AUDIO)November 4, 2019In “NPFl”