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12/4/2015

PA Agriculture Secretary, Adjutant General Participate in Annual Trees for Troops Donation Program
 
Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and Pennsylvania Adjutant General James Joseph today helped kick off the state's 2015 Trees for Troops weekend. The state officials visited the York Fairgrounds, speaking to the program's importance and then lending a hand to load the trees for distribution to military families.
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12/4/2015

PA Agriculture Secretary, Adjutant General Participate in Annual Trees for Troops Donation Program
 
York, PA - Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and Pennsylvania Adjutant General James Joseph today helped kick off the state's 2015 Trees for Troops weekend. The state officials visited the York Fairgrounds, speaking to the program's importance and then lending a hand to load the trees for distribution to military families.
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12/3/2015

Gov. Wolf Announces System To Reduce Wait Times For Drivers
 
Harrisburg, PA - As part of Governor Wolf's GO-TIME initiative, PennDOT is now relying on a new monitoring system to check wait times at Driver License Centers and take immediate steps to make improvements for customers.
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12/2/2015

Governor Wolf Announces Pennsylvania Capitol Police to Carry Naloxone.
 
Governor Wolf Holds a Press Conference to Announce Pennsylvania Capitol Police to Carry Naloxone.
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12/2/2015

Governor Wolf Announces Pennsylvania Capitol Police to Carry Naloxone
 
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf today announced that the Pennsylvania Capitol Police are now trained to administer and will carry the life-saving opioid overdose reversal antidote known as naloxone.
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12/1/2015

Attorney General Kathleen Kane
 
Attorney General Kane on Tuesday announced a team of special prosecutors who will review racist, misogynistic, homophobic and religiously offensive emails. The team will be tasked with identifying any violations of the criminal, civil or ethics laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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12/1/2015

Department of Health Recognizes World AIDS Day
 
Pennsylvania's Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine recognized World AIDS Day at the Capitol Media Center
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11/24/2015

Governor's Office Update on Wounded Pennsylvania State Police Trooper
 
Governor Wolf earlier this afternoon spoke with Trooper Patrick Casey of Troop K in Philadelphia by phone while he recovered with his family by his side at Hahnemann Hospital. The Governor thanked Trooper Casey for willingness to serve and put himself in harm's way. Trooper Casey was in good spirits and spoke with the Governor about the upcoming holiday. The Governor was glad to hear that Trooper Casey believes he will be able to be home with his family for Thanksgiving.
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11/23/2015

Motorists Encouraged to Take Steps for Safer Thanksgiving, Winter Travel.
 
Motorists Encouraged to Take Steps for Safer Thanksgiving, Winter Travel
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11/23/2015

Motorists Encouraged to Take Steps for Safer Thanksgiving, Winter Travel
 
Harrisburg, PA -As Thanksgiving approaches, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Secretary Leslie S. Richards today urged drivers to take steps now for a safe holiday travel period and winter season.
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11/23/2015

Governor Wolf's Pennsylvania Press Club Remarks
 
I want to encourage all of my colleagues here in Harrisburg to do the people's business. Let's get back to work, to finish the job, and reach agreement on a real budget based on the framework we announced a few weeks ago.
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11/18/2015

Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force
 
Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force (PITF) this afternoon at the DEP South Central Regional Office
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11/17/2015

Department of Health Announces Children's Art Competition Winners Contest Recognizes 'Get Smart about Antibiotics Week,' November 16-22
 
Harrisburg, PA - Governor Tom Wolf proclaimed November 16 through November 22 'Get Smart about Antibiotics Week' in Pennsylvania to raise awareness of antibiotic resistance and the importance of using antibiotics responsibly. In recognition of the week, the Pennsylvania Department of Health joined Pennsylvania's Get Smart program to host a statewide art competition open to children aged 12 and under.
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11/17/2015

Department of Health Announces Children's Art Competition Winners Contest Recognizes 'Get Smart about Antibiotics Week,' November 16-22
 
Harrisburg, PA-Governor Tom Wolf proclaimed November 16 through November 22 'Get Smart about Antibiotics Week' in Pennsylvania to raise awareness of antibiotic resistance and the importance of using antibiotics responsibly. In recognition of the week, the Pennsylvania Department of Health joined Pennsylvania's Get Smart program to host a statewide art competition open to children aged 12 and under.
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11/13/2015

Governor Wolf Makes Remarks at the Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils Conference.
 
Governor Wolf Makes Remarks at the Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils Conference.
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