Bill Signing, Government That Works, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today signed a bill aimed at clarifying recent changes made to the Child Protective Services Law.Act 15 — House Bill 1276, sponsored by Representative Katharine Watson, revises last December’s enactment by creating additional definitions to clarify who needs to obtain clearances for working or volunteering in programs that supervise children. These amendments will make it easier for high school students to engage in workplace learning experiences.The bill also pushes back the date for which volunteers are required to begin getting clearances from July 1, 2015 to August 25. On June 10, Governor Wolf announced fee waivers for volunteers seeking background checks.# # # Governor Wolf Signs Bill Clarifying Changes to Child Protective Services Law July 01, 2015 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Football national team of BiH occupies the 27th place in a new ranking of the FIFA with 825 points.Compared to the previous list, BiH has advanced for one position.Argentina remained at the top of the list, and on the second position is Brazil, while the national team of Germany dropped to third place compared to the previous ranking.When it comes to the opponents of BiH selection in Group H for qualifiers for the World Cup in Russia 2018, the team of Belgium is ranked the best and it is in the fifth place.Representation of Greece, which is a direct competitor of BiH for second place in the group, is on the 42nd position.Representation of Cyprus is at 116th position, and Estonia is 122nd selection.Gibraltar is on the bottom of the list at 205th place.The first 10 teams in the FIFA rankings:1.Argentina,2. Brazil,3. Germany,4. Chile5. Belgium6. Colombia7. France8. Portugal9. Uruguay,10. Spain.(Source: klix.ba)
ALGONA — An investigation dating back almost two years has led to the arrest of an Algona woman on prostitution related charges.According to the Algona Police Department, the investigation began in November of 2018 when a young adult female alleged that she was being pursued to engage in acts of prostitution. Officers conducted numerous interviews and served multiple search warrants as a part of the investigation. During the course of the investigation officers also learned that an adult male had allegedly been solicited to be a patron for acts of prostitution.Officers arrested 37-year-old Rachel Cantu on charges of Pandering for Prostitution and Pimping, both Class D Felonies. Cantu was taken into custody and released to await a court appearance.