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7/25/2018

Wolf Administration Condemns Trump EPA Plan to Weaken Car Emissions Standards
 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Patrick McDonnell and leaders from the health and environmental communities today condemned the Trump administration's plan to weaken federal vehicle efficiency standards. McDonnell was joined by representatives of Physicians for Social Responsibility and Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania condemned the proposed weakened rules.
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7/25/2018

Wolf Administration Condemns Trump EPA Plan to Weaken Car Emissions Standards
 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Patrick McDonnell and leaders from the health and environmental communities today condemned the Trump administration's plan to weaken federal vehicle efficiency standards. McDonnell was joined by representatives of Physicians for Social Responsibility and Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania condemned the proposed weakened rules.
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7/24/2018

Wolf Administration Highlights Importance of Infection Prevention in Nursing Homes
 
Today at Masonic Village Nursing Home in Elizabethtown, Wolf Administration officials emphasized the importance of improving antibiotic stewardship practices and reducing inappropriate use of antibiotics.
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7/24/2018

Wolf Administration Highlights Job Training Program Success Stories Made Possible by Governor's Manufacturing PA Initiative
 
Today, Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Deputy Secretary for Technology and Innovation Sheri Collins joined representatives from Reading Area Community College (RACC), Johnstown Area Regional Industries (JARI), Northeastern Pennsylvania Industrial Resource Center, and other partners to provide an update on Governor Wolf's Manufacturing PA initiative, which supports Pennsylvania's manufacturing community through strategic partnerships while emphasizing job training to career pathways.
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7/24/2018

Wolf Administration Highlights Job Training Program Success Stories Made Possible by Governor's Manufacturing PA Initiative
 
Harrisburg, PA - Today, Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Deputy Secretary for Technology and Innovation Sheri Collins joined representatives from Reading Area Community College (RACC), Johnstown Area Regional Industries (JARI), Northeastern Pennsylvania Industrial Resource Center, and other partners to provide an update on Governor Wolf's Manufacturing PA initiative, which supports Pennsylvania's manufacturing community through strategic partnerships while emphasizing job training to career pathways.
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7/24/2018

Governor Wolf Touts Importance of Education for Pennsylvania's Economy
 
Governor Tom Wolf joined the national Campaign for Grade-Level Reading in Philadelphia today to highlight Pennsylvania's significant progress and investments in education to reverse years of cuts and prepare students with the skills for a rewarding career in the 21st century economy.
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7/24/2018

Governor Wolf Touts Importance of Education for Pennsylvania's Economy
 
Governor Tom Wolf joined the national Campaign for Grade-Level Reading in Philadelphia today to highlight Pennsylvania's significant progress and investments in education to reverse years of cuts and prepare students with the skills for a rewarding career in the 21st century economy.
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7/20/2018

Wolf Administration Recognizes Urban Agriculture in Pennsylvania
 
This week, proclaimed by Governor Wolf as Urban Agriculture Week in Pennsylvania, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding visited farms at seven different sites in three Pennsylvania cities, learning how their efforts are improving their communities.
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7/20/2018

Wolf Administration Recognizes Urban Agriculture in Pennsylvania
 
This week, proclaimed by Governor Wolf as Urban Agriculture Week in Pennsylvania, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding visited farms at seven different sites in three Pennsylvania cities, learning how their efforts are improving their communities.
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7/19/2018

Auditor General DePasquale Says State Could Reap $581 Million Annually by Regulating, Taxing Marijuana
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said Pennsylvania is missing out on $581 million per year in revenue by not regulating and taxing marijuana - money that could fund critical initiatives that affect Pennsylvanians' lives.
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7/19/2018

Auditor General DePasquale Says State Could Reap $581 Million Annually by Regulating, Taxing Marijuana
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said Pennsylvania is missing out on $581 million per year in revenue by not regulating and taxing marijuana - money that could fund critical initiatives that affect Pennsylvanians' lives.
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7/18/2018

Wolf Administration Highlights Pennsylvania Public Health During Meeting with International Students
 
The Wolf Administration today discussed the importance of public health in Pennsylvania and its role in the modern, global world with students from the Penn State Global Health Exchange Program.
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7/18/2018

Wolf Administration Highlights Pennsylvania Public Health During Meeting with International Students
 
The Wolf Administration today discussed the importance of public health in Pennsylvania and its role in the modern, global world with students from the Penn State Global Health Exchange Program.
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7/18/2018

Wolf Administration Highlights Investments to Bolster STEM Education
 
State Education Secretary Pedro A. Rivera hosted the Conrad Weiser High School (Berks County) Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) team at the Capitol today, emphasizing that the team's patent-pending medical technology is a fitting example for Governor Tom Wolf's PAsmart initiative, a new $30 million program to improve STEM and computer science education and other jobs training opportunities.
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7/18/2018

Wolf Administration Highlights Investments to Bolster STEM Education
 
State Education Secretary Pedro A. Rivera hosted the Conrad Weiser High School (Berks County) Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) team at the Capitol today, emphasizing that the team's patent-pending medical technology is a fitting example for Governor Tom Wolf's PAsmart initiative, a new $30 million program to improve STEM and computer science education and other jobs training opportunities.
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