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10/6/2017

Governor Wolf Receives Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition Pink Ribbon Award for Requiring Insurers to Cover 3D Screening Mammograms at No Extra Cost
 
Governor Wolf today received the PA Breast Cancer Coalition's highest honor, the Pink Ribbon award, for his work to require that 3D mammograms be covered by insurance under existing state law and must be provided to Pennsylvania women at no cost. Since October 2015, insurers must treat 3D mammograms the same as traditional two-dimensional mammograms when determining healthcare coverage.
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10/6/2017

Governor Wolf Receives Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition Pink Ribbon Award for Requiring Insurers to Cover 3D Screening Mammograms at No Extra Cost
 
Governor Wolf today received the PA Breast Cancer Coalition's highest honor, the Pink Ribbon award, for his work to require that 3D mammograms be covered by insurance under existing state law and must be provided to Pennsylvania women at no cost. Since October 2015, insurers must treat 3D mammograms the same as traditional two-dimensional mammograms when determining healthcare coverage.
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10/5/2017

Wolf Administration Highlights Cybersecurity Initiatives to Protect Pennsylvanians
 
In the wake of high-profile cyber attacks targeting businesses, governments and other organizations, the Wolf administration is reminding Pennsylvanians to take appropriate steps to protect their personal and financial data.
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10/5/2017

Wolf Administration Highlights Cybersecurity Initiatives to Protect Pennsylvanians
 
Harrisburg, PA - In the wake of high-profile cyber attacks targeting businesses, governments and other organizations, the Wolf administration is reminding Pennsylvanians to take appropriate steps to protect their personal and financial data.
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10/5/2017

Wolf Administration Unveils $5 Million for Naloxone for First Responders in All PA Counties
 
Wolf Administration officials today announced that applications for naloxone kits for first responders throughout the commonwealth are now being accepted.
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10/5/2017

Wolf Administration Unveils $5 Million for Naloxone for First Responders in All PA Counties
 
Wolf Administration officials today announced that applications for naloxone kits for first responders throughout the commonwealth are now being accepted.
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10/5/2017

Wolf Administration, Partners Announce Innovative Program Designed to Reduce Recidivism through Financial Education
 
Public and private partners gathered today at the headquarters of PSECU to announce a pioneering partnership and program that aims at reducing recidivism - the holding of five simultaneous Financial Reality Fairs on October 14 in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Erie, and Reading. Today, Wolf Administration officials from the Department of Corrections, the Department of Banking and Securities, and the Board of Probation and Parole, joined by representatives of the PA Housing Finance Agency and the PA Credit Union Foundation, announced a program - one of the first in the nation -- designed to help reduce inmate recidivism through financial education.
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10/5/2017

Wolf Administration, Partners Announce Innovative Program Designed to Reduce Recidivism through Financial Education
 
Public and private partners gathered today at the headquarters of PSECU to announce a pioneering partnership and program that aims at reducing recidivism - the holding of five simultaneous Financial Reality Fairs on October 14 in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Erie, and Reading.
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10/4/2017

Governor Wolf Draws Line in the Sand on Budget After Repeated GOP Failure and Obstruction
 
Today, after the repeated failure of the legislature to finalize the budget deal, Governor Wolf called on Republican leaders to replace their most recent tax proposals with a commonsense severance tax and vote. Republican leaders could not deliver votes for a commercial storage tax or a hotel tax despite their offering of both as counters to a severance tax.
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10/4/2017

Governor Wolf Draws Line in the Sand on Budget After Repeated GOP Failure and Obstruction
 
Today, after the repeated failure of the legislature to finalize the budget deal, Governor Wolf called on Republican leaders to replace their most recent tax proposals with a commonsense severance tax and vote. Republican leaders could not deliver votes for a commercial storage tax or a hotel tax despite their offering of both as counters to a severance tax.
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10/4/2017

Code4PA Hackathon Winners Exemplify Innovation, Civic Engagement Using Commonwealth Open Data
 
The winners of the first-ever commonwealth data hackathon have created a website that uses crash data and predictive analytics to help the motorists avoid potential accidents in the future. Nearly 200 people participated in the Code4PA hackathon, which kicked-off on September 29 in Harrisburg and Philadelphia.
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9/29/2017

Governor Wolf Announces New Branding Program for PA-Brewed Beers; Touts 'Jobs that Pay' Potential of Local Brewers
 
To further support a rapidly growing industry in the commonwealth, Governor Tom Wolf today announced the launch of the PA Preferred Brews initiative, a branding program dedicated specifically for beers brewed in Pennsylvania using agricultural commodities grown in the state.
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9/29/2017

Governor Wolf Announces New Branding Program for PA-Brewed Beers; Touts 'Jobs that Pay' Potential of Local Brewers
 
To further support a rapidly growing industry in the commonwealth, Governor Tom Wolf today announced the launch of the PA PreferredTM Brews initiative, a branding program dedicated specifically for beers brewed in Pennsylvania using agricultural commodities grown in the state.
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9/26/2017

Wolf Administration Highlights STEM Success, Careers in the Commonwealth
 
Wolf Administration officials, including Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) Secretary Pedro A. Rivera and Department of Labor and Industry (L&I) Deputy Secretary Eileen Cipriani, today joined students, employers, lawmakers, partners from Pennsylvania's five STEM ecosystems, and others to highlight the work Pennsylvania has done with STEM education and careers over the past few years.
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9/25/2017

30 Drug Dealers Charged in $1.6 Million Crystal Meth Trafficking Operation in North Central PA
 
Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced criminal charges against 30 drug dealers in connection with the shipment and sale of $1.6 million in crystal methamphetamine in Jefferson, Clarion, Clearfield, Elk and Forest Counties over the last year and a half.
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