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2/13/2018

Auditor General DePasquale to Audit Delaware, Susquehanna River Basin Commissions
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said he is immediately starting the department's first - ever audits of the Delaware River Basin Commission and the Susquehanna River Basin Commission .
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2/13/2018

Auditor General DePasquale to Audit Delaware, Susquehanna River Basin Commissions
 
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said he is immediately starting the department's first-ever audits of the Delaware River Basin Commission and the Susquehanna River Basin Commission.
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2/9/2018

At Philadelphia Diner, Attorney General Shapiro Stands with Workers to Oppose Trump Administration Tip Rule
 
Attorney General Josh Shapiro today held a press conference at Morning Glory Diner in the Bella Vista neighborhood of Philadelphia to announce his opposition to a proposed rule change by the Trump Administration that would allow employers to keep the tips earned by waiters, waitresses, bartenders and other service industry workers
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2/9/2018

At Philadelphia Diner, Attorney General Shapiro Stands with Workers to Oppose Trump Administration Tip Rule
 
Attorney General Josh Shapiro today held a press conference at Morning Glory Diner in the Bella Vista neighborhood of Philadelphia to announce his opposition to a proposed rule change by the Trump Administration that would allow employers to keep the tips earned by waiters, waitresses, bartenders and other service industry workers.
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2/6/2018

Governor Wolf's Budget Aims to Bolster Economy, Workforce through Education, Skills Training
 
Governor Tom Wolf today laid out an ambitious plan to ensure Pennsylvania's workforce has the skills and education to succeed in 21st century jobs as the commonwealth's economy continues to grow. The proposal includes the first major investment in workforce development and skills training, including dedicated funding for STEM and computer science education.
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2/6/2018

Governor Wolf's Budget Aims to Bolster Economy, Workforce through Education, Skills Training
 
Governor Tom Wolf today laid out an ambitious plan to ensure Pennsylvania's workforce has the skills and education to succeed in 21st century jobs as the commonwealth's economy continues to grow. The proposal includes the first major investment in workforce development and skills training, including dedicated funding for STEM and computer science education.
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2/6/2018

Eagles Fever at State Capitol
 
Today, during his annual budget address, Governor Tom Wolf surprised guests in the House Chamber by wearing an Eagles hat during the beginning of his speech. Later, the Wolf Administration flew a Philadelphia Eagles flag over the Capitol in honor of the team's Super Bowl LII victory.
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2/2/2018

Punxsutawney Phil Predicts Six More Weeks of Wintry Weather
 
Pennsylvania's own world-famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, predicted six more weeks of winter this morning at Gobbler's Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania after seeing his shadow.
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2/2/2018

Governor Wolf Announces Commonwealth Response Coordination Center Activated for Winter Storm Response
 
Governor Tom Wolf announced that the Commonwealth Response Coordination Center is activated and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency and state agencies are coordinating with local agencies to respond to the severe winter storm impacting the state with high winds and heavy snow. Governor Wolf urged residents to be careful and heed warnings from law enforcement and first responders.
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2/1/2018

Governor Wolf Holds Non-Partisan Redistricting Listening Session in Western Pennsylvania
 
Governor Tom Wolf concluded a cross-state series of listening sessions today at Point Park University to hear from faculty, students, community leaders, and residents for a discussion on gerrymandering and the process to redraw congressional district boundaries. The General Assembly has until February 9 to draft new congressional districts after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court determined the current maps are unconstitutional.
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2/1/2018

Governor Wolf Holds Non - Partisan Redi stricting Listening Session in Western Pennsylvania Session concludes series across Pennsylvania
 
Pittsburgh, PA - Governor Tom Wolf concluded a cross - state series of listening sessions today at Point Park University to hear from faculty, students, communi ty leaders, and residents for a discussion on gerrymandering and the process to redraw congressional district boundaries. The General Assembly has until February 9 to draft new congressional districts after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court determined the cur rent maps are unconstitutional.
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1/31/2018

Governor Wolf Hosts Non-Partisan Redistricting Listening Session with Philadelphia Residents
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf was joined by Saint Joseph's University faculty and students, community leaders, and residents for a non-partisan panel discussion on gerrymandering in the commonwealth. Nearly 200 constituents joined the discussion on how the current Congressional map affects their representation and how they feel redistricting should be approached. This was the second in a series of listening sessions the governor will hold across Pennsylvania in advance of the February 9 deadline for the General Assembly to deliver a redrawn Congressional map. The first session took place yesterday in State College.
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1/31/2018

Governor Wolf Hosts Non-Partisan Redistricting Listening Session with Philadelphia Residents
 
Governor Tom Wolf was joined by Saint Joseph's University faculty and students, community leaders, and residents for a non-partisan panel discussion on gerrymandering in the commonwealth. Nearly 200 constituents joined the discussion on how the current Congressional map affects their representation and how they feel redistricting should be approached.
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1/30/2018

Governor Wolf Hosts Non-Partisan Redistricting Listening Session with State College Residents
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf was joined by
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1/30/2018

Governor Wolf Hosts Non-Partisan Redistricting Listening Session with State College Residents
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf was joined by Penn State University faculty and students, community leaders, and residents for a non-partisan panel discussion on gerrymandering in the commonwealth. Nearly 100 constituents joined the discussion on how the current Congressional map affects their representation and how they feel redistricting should be approached. This is the first in a series of listening sessions the governor will hold across Pennsylvania in advance of the February 9 deadline for the General Assembly to deliver a redrawn Congressional map.
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