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WASHINGTON -- Olympic athletes who bring home the gold, silver and bronze for Team USA will no longer pay a victory tax for their achievement under a bill President Barack Obama signed into law Friday.The IRS will now be prohibited from taxing most medals or other prizes awarded to U.S. Olympians.The bill was among more than a dozen pieces of legislation signed by Obama, including measures to help sexual assault victims and parents with babies in need of a diaper change. Another new law targets the growing worldwide problem of illegal wildlife poaching and trafficking.The U.S. Olympic Committee awards cash prizes to medalists, ranging from $25,000 for gold, $15,000 for silver and $10,000 for bronze. The cash prize comes on top of the value of the medals themselves: $600 for gold and $300 for silver; bronze medals arent worth much.The money had been considered earned income, making it subject to tax. Lawmakers who objected to the tax passed legislation to eliminate it, citing the levy as an unfair burden on U.S. athletes who spend years sacrificing and training in their sport, often at great financial expense.But not all Team USA medalists will be exempt. The tax will still apply to high-profile athletes who earn at least $1 million a year, like swimmer Michael Phelps.Other measures signed into law Friday will:-Establish a federal bill of rights for sexual assault survivors to ensure that plaintiffs in federal criminal cases have the right to a sexual assault evidence collection kit, to be told of the results and to be notified in writing before the kit is destroyed. The law was spurred by the case of Amanda Nguyen, a former Harvard University student who was sexually assaulted in Massachusetts. Nguyen said she was repeatedly required to return to Massachusetts to prevent her rape kit from being destroyed and also had a hard time keeping up with developments in the legal case.-Make federal buildings more family friendly by requiring that baby-changing stations be installed, within two years, in restrooms in federal buildings that are open to the public. That would include courthouses, post offices, Social Security offices and some government-run museums like the Holocaust Memorial Museum and the National Archives.-Boost efforts to combat wildlife poaching and trafficking by supporting the work of a presidential task force. The law also directs U.S. agencies to work with countries affected by wildlife crime, such as Zimbabwe, where the 2015 killing of Cecil the lion by an American during an illegal hunt sparked a worldwide outcry. Prosecutors will get more tools to go after individuals involved in trophy hunting and other crimes while the State Department will provide Congress annually with a list of countries considered major sources, transit points or consumers of wildlife trafficking.For Phelps, the tax bill for the five gold and one silver he won in Rio could cost him as much as $55,000. Gymnast Simone Biles faces a possible $43,000 tax bill for landing four golds and a bronze.Most of these athletes will never sign an endorsement deal or a professional contract, which is why its so important that these athletes will no longer be forced to pay a big tax bill when they achieve their Olympic dreams representing the United States, said Rep. Robert Dold, R-Ill., sponsor of the bill, which cleared the House by a vote of 415-1.Rep. Jim Himes, D-Conn., cast the lone vote against what he called bad policy.The law applies retroactively to the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. It will not affect taxes on an athletes endorsement or sponsorship income.Team USA brought home 121 medals from Rio Games, including 46 gold medals.---Associated Press writer Matthew Daly contributed to this report.---The bill is H.R. 5946.---Follow Darlene Superville on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dsupervilleap Cheap Clearance Shoes Online . - Derek Wolfe says hes finally healthy after suffering a seizure in November that doctors now believe was related to the spinal cord injury he suffered in the preseason. Cheap Shoes Wholesale Free Shipping . However, he did make them miss him a little less. Cundiff, who had the unenviable job of replacing Dawson last season, agreed Thursday to a one-year, $1. http://www.shoeswholesale.us/ . Oaklands loss to Seattle clinched the ALs best record for the Red Sox with one day to spare in the regular season. "I think everybody was kind of watching," catcher David Ross said. "Demp (Ryan Dempster) came out before he went to the bullpen and was just yelling that they lost. Shoes Wholesale Online Store . Haas said he "felt a lot of pain" in his right shoulder when he slammed his racket to the ground in frustration after losing his serve at 3-3 in the first set. Shoes Discount Sale Online . "No difference at all," chirped U.S. roommate and linemate James van Riemsdyk. "Its still the same cranky Phil. MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota was looking for a quick start on Saturday against Indiana State. Mitch Leidner and Drew Wolitarsky made sure thats exactly what the Gophers got.Leidner completed 20 of 30 passes for 295 yards and four touchdowns on Saturday as Minnesota rolled to 592 total yards in a 58-28 win over Indiana State.After struggling through the first quarter in a win against Oregon State, the Gophers (2-0) wanted to get points on the board against their FCS opponent. On Minnesotas opening drive, Leidner and Wolitarsky connected on passes of 21 and 14 yards on third-and-long plays. Then Leidner dropped a 20-yard rainbow into Wolitarskys hands in the corner of the end zone for Minnesotas first score.Wolitarsky caught eight passes for a career-high 125 yards and two touchdowns. The senior wide receiver has led Minnesota in receptions in both of its games this year, exploiting the connection he has with Leidner, Minnesotas senior quarterback.The way we practice, the way we stay after together throw routes -- most of that stuff is done in practice, so when a game comes it just becomes second nature, Wolitarsky said.Leidner made sure Minnesotas hot start continued all day. The Gophers scored five touchdowns and a field goal in seven first-half possessions and put points on the board in nine of the 10 drives Leidner led.I think its pretty big for us offensively because we had a bad taste in our mouth after last week, said Leidner, who only played three quarters on Saturday.Overall, Minnesotas offensive output was the sixth-most yards in school history and its most points in a game since 2006.Early in the game they did things right and we didnt do things well enough, Indiana State coach Mike Sanford said. `We got ourselves behind and the things kept snowpiling.Indiana State quarterback Isaac Harker threw three touchdown passes, all to wide receiver Robert Tonyan, and caught a 10-yard touchdown off a reverse option pass by wide receiver Bob Pugh.The Sycamores (1-1) are 0-16 all-time against teams in the current Big Ten.THE TAKEAWAYMINNESOTA: Junior running back Kobe McCrary made quite an impression in his first extended duty with the Gophers. McCrary, who led the nation with 22 touchdowns last year at Butler Community College, ran 17 times for 176 yards and two touchdowns. He slaashed through the Sycamores defense for a 6-yard touchdown late in the second quarter.dddddddddddd In the fourth quarter he added a 43-yard run and a 50-yard touchdown run on the same drive. McCrary is expected to challenge sophomores Rodney Smith and Shannon Brooks for snaps in the backfield. Its a good problem to have, the people well have at tailback, Minnesota coach Tracy Claeys said.INDIANA STATE: The Sycamores biggest gain of the day came in the first quarter when Clayton Smith caught a pass that was intended for Pugh. Minnesota defensive back Adekunle Ayinde deflected the pass, but Smith plucked it out of the air in stride and took it 58 yards to the Minnesota 20. The Sycamores ended that drive with a touchdown to tie the score 7-7.NOTABLESMINNESOTA: Leidner tied his career high with four touchdown passes. . The Gophers punted only once on the day and didnt commit a turnover. . Minnesotas 31 first downs were its most in a game in 12 years. . The Gophers are 9-for-9 on red zone trips this season, and theyve scored a touchdown on each of those possessions. . Sophomore kicker Emmit Carpenter was 3-for-3 on field goals. He converted from 42, 44, and 45 yards out. . The Gophers played without four players who were suspended for breaking team rules. Freshman defensive backs Dior Johnson and Ray Buford, freshman defensive lineman Tamarion Johnson, and sophomore defensive back KiAnte Hardin were suspended indefinitely. Claeys said their status would be addressed day by day.INDIANA STATE: Tonyan finished with eight catches for 90 yards to go with his three touchdowns. . Sophomore linebacker Katrell Moss led the Sycamores with nine tackles.THE LAST WORDYou always say, to have a great season your seniors have to play well. . But Im greedy. Were not where we need to be and we need to get back to work. -- Claeys on his reaction to Leidner and Wolitarskys performanceNEXT UPINDIANA STATE: The Sycamores travel to Cape Girardeau, Missouri, on Saturday to take on Southeast Missouri State in a nonconference game.MINNESOTA: The Gophers have a week off, then host Colorado State on Sept. 24. Last year the Gophers beat the Rams 23-20 in overtime at Fort Collins. ' ' '

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