July 10, 2017 Budget News, Press Release, Statement Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf released the following statement on his intention to allow House Bill 218 to become law without his signature:“In February, I proposed a budget that balanced by implementing more than $2 billion in cuts, savings, and efficiencies and closing $1 billion in loopholes. For the past several months, Democrats and Republicans have had a robust conversation about our fiscal challenges. We worked in a bipartisan way to reform our pension system to protect taxpayers and employees, and set the commonwealth on a more responsible fiscal path.“Working with both parties in the legislature, we passed a general appropriations bill that streamlined government by making more than $2 billion in cuts, invested more money in education at all levels, and continued our efforts to fight the heroin crisis.“This budget invests $175 million in our schools, helps Pennsylvanians who need it the most like those with intellectual disabilities, and invests in key programs to create manufacturing jobs in Pennsylvania, while allowing the commonwealth to team up with businesses and institutions of higher learning to create jobs and a strong workforce.“And today, I am going to let this general appropriations bill become law without my signature in the hope that we can continue to work together on a sustainable budget solution that sets Pennsylvania on the right path.“Just last week, we received a warning that if we did not do the hard work to balance our budget, Pennsylvania’s credit would be downgraded. This independent call to action made it clear we must avoid gimmicks to protect from a downgrade, as we have been able to do since I took office.“As with pensions, many of the people currently in Harrisburg did not create this problem, but we must face this challenge and address it in a responsible way.“In the coming days, it is my hope that the General Assembly will come together to pass a responsible solution to balance our books. There are many options available to balance the budget in the long-term like those I presented earlier this year. Our creditors and the people of Pennsylvania understand a responsible resolution must take real and necessary steps to improve Pennsylvania’s fiscal future.” Governor Wolf Will Let Budget Become Law SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
SALINA, Kan. – A pair of $1,500 to win features for IMCA Modified top Friday and Saturday, Sept. 29 and 30 Mid-America Clash programs at Salina Speedway.Both Modified features are qualifying events for the 2018 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot and pay a minimum of $125 to start.IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars run for $1,000 to win both nights, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods for $750 to win and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks for $500 to win.Top prize on Saturday for the Mach-1 Sport Compacts is $300.There are no entry fees and the purse is guaranteed.Pit gates open at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 28 and practice runs from 6-9 p.m. Pit passes are $20 and grandstand admission is free.Pit gates open at 4 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 5 p.m. on Friday. Hot laps are at 7 p.m. and racing starts at 7:30 p.m.On Saturday, pit gates open at 3 p.m., the grandstand opens at 4 p.m., hot laps are at 5 p.m. and racing starts at 6 p.m.Spectator admission is $12 for adults and free for kids 12 and under. Pit passes are $35.More information is available at the www.racesalinaspeedway.com website or by calling 785 292-9220.
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1. Jose Mourinho currently has the highest win percentage of 66% (managed Chelsea from 2004-2007 and again from 2013-15, and is yet to begin his Premier League career with Manchester United) 10 10 10 3. Roberto Mancini has a win percentage of 62% (managed Manchester City from 2009-2013) 10 9. Gerard Houllier has a win percentage of 47% (managed Liverpool from 1998-2004 and Aston Villa from 2010-2011) 10 2. Sir Alex Ferguson has a win percentage of 65% (managed Manchester United in the Premier League from 1992-2013) 10 7. Kenny Dalglish has a win percentage of 48% (managed Liverpool in the Premier League from 2011-2012, Blackburn Rovers from 1991-1995, and Newcastle United from 1997-1998) 10 5. Rafael Benitez has a win percentage of 55% (managed Liverpool from 2004-2010, Chelsea from 2012-2013 and Newcastle United from 2016 to present) 10. The late Sir Bobby Robson had a Premier League win percentage of 44% (managed Newcastle United from 1999-2004) – click the arrow above, right, to see the top 10 managers with the highest all-time win percentage in the Premier League 10 10 4. Arsene Wenger has a win percentage of 58% (managed Arsenal from 1996 to present) 7. Roy Evans has a win percentage of 48% (managed Liverpool from 1994-1998, joint-managed with Gerard Houllier in 1998, and Fulham in 2000) This summer managers have been a hot topic.The Premier League welcomes Pep Guardiola, Antonio Conte and more glittering names to its stage, while there’s much speculation over who could become the next Three Lions boss.With so much talk over managers in England, we’ve been thinking, who are the most successful bosses, stats wise?According to talkSPORT presenter and Evertonian Mike Parry, who is co-hosting our weekday 10am-1pm slot this week with Mike Graham, David Moyes deserves to be considered among the top six managers in the Premier League era.Here on the website, we have taken a look at the 10 managers with the all-time highest win percentage in the Premier League – find out who makes the cut by viewing the slideshow above. 10 6. Claudio Ranieri has a win percentage of 54% (managed Chelsea from 2000-2004 and Leicester City from 2015 to present)