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11/22/2016

Secretary Gary Tennis: Surgeon General's Report on Addiction Helps Galvanize Action in Opioid Epidemic
 
A new report on addiction released by the Surgeon General of the United States, Dr. Vivek Murthy, will raise awareness and help galvanize action toward getting treatment for people with substance use disorder (SUD), said Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs Secretary Gary Tennis.
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11/18/2016

Physician General Recognizes Student Winners of Annual Get Smart Art Competition
 
Pennsylvania's Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine today announced the winners of the fourth-annual statewide Get Smart Art Competition in observance of Get Smart About Antibiotics Week.
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11/18/2016

Physician General Recognizes Student Winners of Annual Get Smart Art Competition
 
Pennsylvania's Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine today announced the winners of the fourth-annual statewide Get Smart Art Competition in observance of Get Smart About Antibiotics Week.
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11/17/2016

Auditor General DePasquale Prepared to Advance Efforts to Help Address State's Fiscal Woes; Outlines Second Term Agenda
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said today the state's financial challenges and voters' demand for change put greater importance on his office's fiscal watchdog role
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11/17/2016

Auditor General DePasquale Prepared to Advance Efforts to Help Address State's Fiscal Woes; Outlines Second Term Agenda
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said today the state's financial challenges and voters' demand for change put greater importance on his office's fiscal watchdog role.
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11/16/2016

Incident Responders to PA Drivers: 'Steer Clear of Accident Scenes'
 
The men and women whose job it is to respond to roadway incidents throughout Pennsylvania are meeting in Harrisburg today to discuss ways to work together to improve how they prepare for and respond to roadway emergencies. Their appeal to motorists across the Commonwealth: Show your appreciation by moving over or slowing down for stopped emergency and maintenance personnel and equipment.
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11/16/2016

Incident Responders to PA Drivers: 'Steer Clear of Accident Scenes' First responders urge drivers to move over or slow down so they can do their jobs.
 
HARRISBURG, PA. (Nov. 16, 2016) - The men and women whose job it is to respond to roadway incidents throughout Pennsylvania are meeting in Harrisburg today to discuss ways to work together to improve how they prepare for and respond to roadway emergencies. Their appeal to motorists across the Commonwealth: Show your appreciation by moving over or slowing down for stopped emergency and maintenance personnel and equipment.
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11/16/2016

Department of Health Holding Vaccination Clinic
 
Dr. Loren Robinson, Health Deputy Secretary
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11/10/2016

Pennsylvania Network of Care Service for Veterans
 
Governor Wolf Announces Pennsylvania Network of Care Service for Veterans on Thursday, November 9, 2016.
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11/10/2016

Governor Wolf Launches Network of Care Site for Veterans, Active Military and their Families
 
Harrisburg, PA - Governor Tom Wolf today joined Adjutant General Anthony Carrelli and Secretary of Human Services Secretary Ted Dallas to announce the launch of the Network of Care site for veterans, military members and their families, which seeks to centralize services and benefits available to them.
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11/8/2016

Remarks by Secretary of State Pedro A. Cortes
 
Secretary Cortes comments on this evenings election process throughout the Commonwealth.
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11/4/2016

PennDOT Reviews Preparations for Coming Winter
 
With snow already visiting some areas of Pennsylvania, PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards today outlined the agency's plans for winter services and encouraged drivers to be prepared as well.
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11/4/2016

PennDOT Reviews Preparations for Coming Winter Visit 511PA.com to Check Road Conditions before Leaving Home
 
Norristown, PA - With snow already visiting some areas of Pennsylvania, PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards today outlined the agency's plans for winter services and encouraged drivers to be prepared as well.
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11/4/2016

Governor Wolf Signs Law Legalizing Ride-Sharing Statewide
 
Governor Tom Wolf today made ride-sharing legal across the entire commonwealth by signing Senate Bill 984, which would enable services like Lyft and Uber to operate. In Philadelphia, where temporary legislative authority had expired and ride-sharing had been barred until today, the bill also allows for two-thirds of revenues received from ride-sharing will go to the school district.
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11/4/2016

Governor Wolf Signs Law Legalizing Ride-Sharing Statewide
 
Governor Tom Wolf today made ride-sharing legal across the entire commonwealth by signing Senate Bill 984, which would enable services like Lyft and Uber to operate. In Philadelphia, where temporary legislative authority had expired and ride-sharing had been barred until today, the bill also allows for two-thirds of revenues received from ride-sharing will go to the school district.
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