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1/5/2019

Governor Wolf Kicks Off 103rd Pennsylvania Farm Show, Celebrates the Stories of Pennsylvania Agriculture
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf kicked off the 103rd Pennsylvania Farm Show, celebrating our state's agriculture industry through the 2019 theme, 'Inspiring Pennsylvania's Story.' The theme, which will be represented throughout the duration of the weeklong event, honors agriculture's rich history and inspires the future yet to come.
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1/3/2019

Half-Ton Butter Sculpture Highlights 'Choose PA Dairy' Campaign Farm Show Staple Encourages Pennsylvanians to 'Find their Power'
 
Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding today helped unveil the Farm Show butter sculpture, carved from a half-ton of butter and depicting the Choose PA Dairy 'Find Your Power' campaign. The sculpture, a long-time Farm Show staple, encourages Pennsylvanians to support our state's dairy industry.
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1/3/2019

Half-Ton Butter Sculpture Highlights 'Choose PA Dairy' Campaign
 
Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding today helped unveil the Farm Show butter sculpture, carved from a half-ton of butter and depicting the Choose PA Dairy 'Find Your Power' campaign. The sculpture, a long-time Farm Show staple, encourages Pennsylvanians to support our state's dairy industry.
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1/2/2019

Governor Wolf: 'My Clean Slate' Program Introduced to Help Navigate New Law
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf was joined by representatives of Community Legal Services, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Center for American Prosperity, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, and various stakeholder and advocacy groups at the PA CareerLink Harrisburg Region to announce a program aimed at making it easier to navigate Pennsylvania's new Clean Slate law.
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1/2/2019

Governor Wolf: 'My Clean Slate' Program Introduced to Help Navigate New Law
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf was joined by representatives of Community Legal Services, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Center for American Prosperity, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, and various stakeholder and advocacy groups at the PA CareerLink Harrisburg Region to announce a program aimed at making it easier to navigate Pennsylvania's new Clean Slate law.
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12/21/2018

Santa's Reindeer Receive Clean Bill of Health from Pennsylvania Officials for Christmas Eve Deliveries
 
Today, Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding and Pennsylvania State Veterinarian Dr. David R. Wolfgang joined Santa Claus and his nine reindeer at Hersheypark Christmas Candylane to announce that they have received a clean bill of health and are cleared for take-off on December 24.
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12/21/2018

Santa's Reindeer Receive Clean Bill of Health from Pennsylvania Officials for Christmas Eve Deliveries
 
Today, Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding and Pennsylvania State Veterinarian Dr. David R. Wolfgang joined Santa Claus and his nine reindeer at Hersheypark Christmas Candylane to announce that they have received a clean bill of health and are cleared for take-off on December 24.
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12/20/2018

Wolf Administration Reminds Pennsylvanians of Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Resources During the Holiday Season
 
Today, members of the Wolf Administration spoke in the state Capitol Rotunda to share resources and advice for individuals and families affected by mental health and substance use disorders (SUD) during the holiday season.
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12/20/2018

Wolf Administration Reminds Pennsylvanians of Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Resources During the Holiday Season
 
Today, members of the Wolf Administration spoke in the state Capitol Rotunda to share resources and advice for individuals and families affected by mental health and substance use disorders (SUD) during the holiday season.
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12/20/2018

Governor Wolf Endorses Recommendations to Save Nearly $10 Billion by Cutting Wall Street Pension Fees
 
Improving transparency and reducing Wall Street fees and other recommendations to save nearly $10 billion in public pension costs are part of a bipartisan report received today by Governor Tom Wolf. The governor was joined at a Capitol news conference by state Representative Mike Tobash and state Treasurer Joe Torsella to endorse the findings.
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12/20/2018

Governor Wolf, Treasurer Torsella Unveil $10 Billion in Bipartisan Pension Saving Recommendations
 
Governor Tom Wolf, Treasurer Joe Torsella, and other state officials today unveiled bipartisan recommendations to save up to nearly $10 billion in costs for Pennsylvania's two public pension systems among other improvements.
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12/19/2018

January is National Radon Action Month.
 
January is National Radon Action Month. Radon gas enters our homes through the ground. You can't see it or smell it, but radon is a leading cause of lung cancer. Pennsylvania has some of the highest radon levels in the country. The state Department of Environmental Protection wants you to know how to protect your household, starting by taking a simple test. DEP Radon Program Chief Bob Lewis explains
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12/19/2018

Governor Wolf and Attorney General Shapiro Announce New Tool to Report Suspicious Prescription Drug Activity
 
Governor Tom Wolf and Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced the creation of a tool for reporting suspicious activity surrounding the prescribing or dispensing of prescription drugs, including opioids.
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12/19/2018

Governor Wolf and Attorney General Shapiro Announce New Tool to Report Suspicious Prescription Drug Activity
 
Governor Tom Wolf and Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced the creation of a tool for reporting suspicious activity surrounding the prescribing or dispensing of prescription drugs, including opioids.
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12/18/2018

Auditor General DePasquale Hails Improved Accountability for Millions of Taxpayer Dollars Invested in Job Creation Cooperation helps bring needed changes
 
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said that the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) has made progress in accounting for the millions of taxpayer dollars spent on job-creation programs. Last summer, DePasquale promised to revisit his 2014 performance audit of DCED, which made 13 specific recommendations to provide a greater level of accountability, transparency and oversight in the state's job-creation incentive programs.
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