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1/17/2017

At Swearing-In, New PA Treasurer Joe Torsella Calls for Accountability, Transparency and Innovation with Bipartisan Support
 
After taking the oath of office at Camp Curtin Academy, a Harrisburg, PA public middle school, Pennsylvania Treasurer Joe Torsella called for a commitment to government that is accountable, transparent and uses technology and innovation to financially empower all Pennsylvanians.
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1/17/2017

Swearing-In, New PA Treasurer Joe Torsella Calls for Accountability, Transparency and Innovation with Bipartisan Support
 
HARRISBURG - After taking the oath of office at Camp Curtin Academy, a Harrisburg, PA public middle school, Pennsylvania Treasurer Joe Torsella called for a commitment to government that is accountable, transparent and uses technology and innovation to financially empower all Pennsylvanians. Torsella swore the oath on a Bible that belonged to Pennsylvania Founder, William Penn stressing that the commonwealth will have a Treasurer who is not just honest and accountable, but who also helps more working Pennsylvanians save for retirement, more families save for college and who uses our common resources to build our common future.
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1/17/2017

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale Sworn in for Second Term
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale was sworn in today for his second term. In his second term, DePasquale pledged to focus on protecting children, continuing to call for the testing of all untested rape kits, and supporting efforts to combat the opioid crisis. Since beginning his first term as Pennsylvania's 51st auditor general in 2013, DePasquale revolutionized the office's role by relentlessly exposing ways government is failing Pennsylvanians and aggressively pushing for sensible solutions. His work already exposed more than $320 million and counting in misspent or potentially recoverable state money.
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1/17/2017

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale Sworn in for Second Term
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale was sworn in today for his second term. In his second term, DePasquale pledged to focus on protecting children, continuing to call for the testing of all untested rape kits, and supporting efforts to combat the opioid crisis
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1/17/2017

Swearing-In of Josh Shapiro, Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
 
Swearing-In of Josh Shapiro, Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on Jan. 17, 2017 at the Whitaker Center in Harrisbug, PA.
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1/17/2017

PA Attorney General Swearing-In
 
Swearing-In of Josh Shapiro Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
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1/13/2017

Pennsylvania State Police Mark National AMBER Alert Awareness Day
 
Harrisburg, PA - Today, the Pennsylvania State Police recognized AMBER Alert Awareness Day at Troop H headquarters in Harrisburg. AMBER Alert, the national early warning notification system for abducted children marks its 21st year in 2017. The AMBER Alert System was created as a legacy to nine-year-old Amber Hagerman who was abducted near her Texas home on January 13, 1996. Her body was found four days later in a creek less than five miles from where she went missing.
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1/13/2017

Pennsylvania State Police Mark National AMBER Alert Awareness Day
 
Today, the Pennsylvania State Police recognized AMBER Alert Awareness Day at Troop H headquarters in Harrisburg. AMBER Alert, the national early warning notification system for abducted children marks its 21st year in 2017. The AMBER Alert System was created as a legacy to nine-year-old Amber Hagerman who was abducted near her Texas home on January 13, 1996. Her body was found four days later in a creek less than five miles from where she went missing.
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1/12/2017

Governor Wolf Announces $25 Million Federal Investment in Pennsylvania's Rural Health System
 
As in other states across the nation, providing access to quality health care for Pennsylvanians residing in rural communities has become increasingly challenging. Since 1990, health outcomes in rural communities across America have deteriorated. While people living in urban areas have seen better health outcomes and an improved access to care, those in rural areas face much starker health challenges.
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1/12/2017

Governor Wolf Announces $25 Million Federal Investment in Pennsylvania's Rural Health System
 
As in other states across the nation, providing access to quality health care for Pennsylvanians residing in rural communities has become increasingly challenging. Since 1990, health outcomes in rural communities across America have deteriorated. While people living in urban areas have seen better health outcomes and an improved access to care, those in rural areas face much starker health challenges.
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1/11/2017

Public Officials Day at the PA Farm Show
 
PA Department of Agriculture Secretary, Russell C. Redding
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1/11/2017

Public Officials Day at the PA Farm Show.
 
PA Department of Agriculture Secretary, Russell C. Redding
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1/9/2017

Department of Health Offering Free Flu Shots, Promoting Opioid Overdose Awareness, and Demonstrating Hands-Only CPR at Pennsylvania Farm Show
 
The Department of Health is offering free flu shots all week at its booth at the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show. The booth will also offer information on how everyone can acquire and administer naloxone, a life-saving opioid overdose reversal drug, perform hands-only CPR, as well as several other interactive displays throughout the week.
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1/9/2017

Department of Health Offering Free Flu Shots, Promoting Opioid Overdose Awareness, and Demonstrating Hands-Only CPR at Pennsylvania Farm Show
 
Harrisburg, PA - The Department of Health is offering free flu shots all week at its booth at the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show. The booth will also offer information on how everyone can acquire and administer naloxone, a life-saving opioid overdose reversal drug, perform hands-only CPR, as well as several other interactive displays throughout the week.
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1/9/2017

State Health Officials to Discuss Opioid Epidemic and Other Important Topics with Local Students in Observance of 'Teen Health Week'
 
Today, Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine and Deputy Secretary for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Dr. Loren Robinson will join local students and medical experts in the Capitol Rotunda to discuss the opioid epidemic and how teens across the commonwealth can improve their health.
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