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7/7/2010

Governor Rendell Signs Jobs Bill
 
Governor Edward G. Rendell signs a jobs bill that will put people to work on important construction projects that will account for at least $1.2 billion in new investments in Pennsylvania's communities during a ceremony at Connelly Technical School in Pittsburgh
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7/7/2010

Governor Rendell Signs Jobs Bill to Spur $1.2 Billion Investment in PA's Economy
 
Bill Part of 2010-11 Budget Package that Preserves Funds for Proven Programs that have Created Hundreds of Thousands of Jobs
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7/6/2010

That Could Be Me
 
Latino Teens Come Clean About Smoking
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7/6/2010

Governor Rendell Signs 2010-2011 State Budget
 
Governor Edward G. Rendell (C) signs the 2010-2011 state budget before a group of children at the Elwood Elementary School in Mechanicburg. Joining the governor are (L-R) Mechanicsburg School Superintendent Joseph Hood, PA Rep. Tim Briggs (standing), Gov. Rendell, Education Deputy Secretary Diane Sastelbuono (standing) and Acting Education Secretary Thomas E. Gluck.
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7/6/2010

Governor Rendell Signs 2010 State Budget
 
Governor Rendell Signs Budget That Restrains Spending in Difficult Economy, but Invests More in Education and Job Creation.
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7/6/2010

Marcellus Shale Development Provides Economic Benefits
 
Severance Tax Must Provide Fair Share to Local Governments
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7/2/2010

CEO of defunct Scranton insurance agency charged with theft of $1.3 million in premiums
 
Victims include casino, hospital, universities and businesses
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7/2/2010

Gov Signs Legislation Establishing Center for Health Career
 
Governor Rendell Signs Legislation Establishing Center for Health Careers Center Creates, Promotes Opportunities for Education, Jobs in Health Care Industry
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7/1/2010

Revenue Department Releases Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Collections
 
Pennsylvania collected $3 billion in General Fund revenue in June, which was $58.3 million, or 2 percent, more than anticipated, Governor Edward G. Rendell reported today. Fiscal year 2009-10 General Fund collections totaled $27.6 billion, which is $1.176 billion, or 4.1 percent, below estimate.
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7/1/2010

Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Collections Harrisburg
 
Pennsylvania collected $3 billion in General Fund revenue in June, which was $58.3 million, or 2 percent, more than anticipated.
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6/24/2010

Governor releases Healthcare Report
 
Governor Rendell Releases Report Showing Marked Improvements In Healthcare-Associated Infections
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6/24/2010

Governor Rendell Releases Report Showing Marked Improvements in Healthcare-Associated Infections
 
From 2008 to 2009, there was a 12.5 percent decrease in HAIs, which are infections that patients acquired while in a healthcare setting and were not present when they were admitted for care.
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6/24/2010

Consumer Protection Suit Filed Against BlueHippo
 
"Sham" business accused of deceptive sales of computers and other electronics
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6/23/2010

Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Launches Wine Kiosk Pilot Program
 
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6/22/2010

Governor Rendell Hears Concerns from Teachers at Capitol
 
Urges Strong Education Funding in Next State Budget
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