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1/29/2013

Governor Corbett Announces Funding for Three New State Police Classes
 
Governor Tom Corbett today announced that his 2013-14 budget will provide funding for three new classes of cadets for the Pennsylvania State Police.
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1/29/2013

First Lady Susan Corbett to Reads to Carlisle Elementary School Students
 
Mrs. Corbett served today as a "Community Reader" for the 2013 Buck A Book Literacy Campaign, a fundraiser and literacy awareness program serving adults in Cumberland County.
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1/29/2013

First Lady reads to students
 
Carlisle- First Lady Susan Corbett stopped by the North Dickinson Elementary School today. She read a book titled "Stop Snoring Bernard" to a group of kindergarteners and first graders.
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1/29/2013

Department of Health Previews Governor CorbettŐs $5 Million Proposal to Increase Access to Health Care in Rural and Underserved Areas
 
Gov. Tom Corbett's 2013-14 budget will increase access to health care in rural and underserved areas by funding community health centers and additional medical services, as well as expanding programs to help attract and retain health care practitioners.
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1/28/2013

Department of Health Previews Governor Corbett's $5 Million Proposal to Increase Access to Health Care in Rural and Underserved Areas
 
Corbett's $5 million health proposal was announced locally today by Department of Health Acting Secretary Michael Wolf as a preview to the governor's 2013-14 budget address next week.
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1/24/2013

Herr Foods
 
PA Preferred
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1/23/2013

Governor Corbett Announces Nearly $20 Million Proposal to Reduce Waiting List for Intellectual Disabilities Services
 
Governor Tom Corbett today announced that his 2013-14 budget will set aside nearly $20 million to provide home and community-based services for approximately 1,200 Pennsylvania adults with intellectual disabilities.
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1/23/2013

GovNearly $20 Million Proposal to Reduce Waiting List for Intellectual Disabilities Services
 
1,200 Pennsylvania adults will benefit
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1/21/2013

Liberty Bell Ceremony in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
 
Governor Corbett Participates in Liberty Bell Ceremony in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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1/21/2013

Governor participates in the National Bell Ringing Ceremony
 
The Liberty bell is ceremonially rung on MLK day.
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1/17/2013

Governor Corbett Determines Lottery Private Management Agreement is in Seniors' Best Interest
 
Governor Tom Corbett today announced that contracting private management of the Pennsylvania Lottery with Camelot Global Services PA LLC is clearly in the best interest of Pennsylvania's seniors.
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1/17/2013

Governor Corbett Determines Lottery Private Management Agreement is in Seniors' Best Interest
 
Harrisburg - Governor Tom Corbett today announced that contracting private management of the Pennsylvania Lottery with Camelot Global Services PA LLC is clearly in the best interest of Pennsylvania's seniors. This partnership will maximize Lottery profit to ensure secure, predictable funding for programs benefitting a dramatically growing senior population.
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1/16/2013

Governor Corbett Announces Initiative to Integrate Job Training and Employment Programs
 
Governor Tom Corbett today unveiled a pilot project at the PA CareerLink of Lancaster County that explores integration of two similar, yet separate job training and employment programs, with the goal of delivering services to jobseekers in a more efficient and effective way.
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1/16/2013

Governor Corbett Announces Initiative to Integrate Job Training and Employment Programs
 
Lancaster - Governor Tom Corbett today unveiled a pilot project at the PA CareerLink of Lancaster County that explores integration of two similar, yet separate job training and employment programs, with the goal of delivering services to jobseekers in a more efficient and effective way.
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1/15/2013

Eugene DePasquale Takes Oath as 51st Auditor General
 
Eugene DePasquale became the commonwealths 51st Auditor General in a ceremony at noon today in the State Museum of Pennsylvania.
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