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3/29/2016

DMVA Recognizes Vietnam Veterans at Commemorative Event
 
Harrisburg - Today, Brig. Gen. Jerry Beck Jr., DMVA's deputy adjutant general for veterans affairs, honored and thanked Pennsylvania Vietnam Veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice as part of an event commemorating the end of the Vietnam War.
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3/28/2016

PennDOT Selects Team for Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Stations Public-Private Partnership
 
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Secretary Leslie S. Richards today announced at a media event that the Trillium CNG team, which includes Larson Design Group of Williamsport, has been selected for the department's Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) transit fueling station Public-Private Partnership (P3) project.
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3/28/2016

PennDOT Selects Team for Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Stations Public-Private Partnership
 
Secretary Leslie S. Richards today announced at a media event that the Trillium CNG team, which includes Larson Design Group of Williamsport, has been selected for the department's Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) transit fueling station Public-Private Partnership (P3) project.
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3/28/2016

Secretary of Banking and Securities Robin L. Wiessmann today announced that Governor Wolf has proclaimed April as 'Financial Education Month' in Pennsylvania.
 
Governor Wolf Declares April 'Financial Education Month' Harrisburg, PA - Secretary of Banking and Securities Robin L. Wiessmann today announced that Governor Wolf has proclaimed April as 'Financial Education Month' in Pennsylvania. Secretary Wiessmann was joined for this announcement by Secretary of Aging Teresa Osborne and representatives of the PA Housing Finance Agency, PA Insurance Department, the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, PA Treasury, AARP Pennsylvania, PA Bankers Association, and PA Credit Union Association.
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3/28/2016

Governor Wolf Declares April 'Financial Education Month'
 
Harrisburg, PA - Secretary of Banking and Securities Robin L. Wiessmann today announced that Governor Wolf has proclaimed April as 'Financial Education Month' in Pennsylvania. Secretary Wiessmann was joined for this announcement by Secretary of Aging Teresa Osborne and representatives of the PA Housing Finance Agency, PA Insurance Department, the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, PA Treasury, AARP Pennsylvania, PA Bankers Association, and PA Credit Union Association.
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3/28/2016

Today, Governor Wolf and First Lady Wolf hosted Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region for a Easter egg hunt at the Governor's Residence.
 
Today, Governor Wolf and First Lady Wolf hosted Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region for a Easter egg hunt at the Governor's Residence.
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3/28/2016

Governor and First Lady Wolf Host Easter Egg Hunt at Residence
 
Governor Wolf and First Lady Wolf host Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region for a Easter egg hunt at the Governor's Residence.
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3/25/2016

Governor Wolf's Week, March 20 - March 26, 2016
 
This week, Governor Tom Wolf announced that he would let the Republican 2015-2016 budget become law. Although the budget cuts expenditures by another $238 million, and is believed to be $290 million out of balance, Governor Wolf is allowing the budget to become law without his signature in order to move forward and address a looming 2016-2017 deficit of $2,000,000,000. While this will allow for funding to go out to schools and other services in the short term, but we still face enormous problems that this budget does not even pretend to address.
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3/23/2016

Get Smart Competition Winners
 
Pennsylvania Department of Health Kicks Off 2016 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers
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3/23/2016

Pennsylvania Department of Health Kicks Off 2016 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers
 
Harrisburg, PA - The Pennsylvania Department of Health today joined national and state-based partners to support and promote the appropriate use of antibiotics by launching the fourth-annual Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers. Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine kicked off the competition today by presenting awards to 2015 competition winners and encouraging the public to help spread the word about the 2016 competition.
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3/23/2016

Wolf to Allow Republican Budget to Become Law, Warns of Looming Crisis
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced that he would let the Republican 2015-2016 budget become law. Although the budget cuts expenditures by another $238 million, and remains $290 million out of balance, in order to move forward and address a looming 2016-2017 deficit of $2 billion, Governor Wolf is allowing the budget to become law without his signature.
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3/23/2016

Wolf to Allow Republican Budget to Become Law, Warns of Looming Crisis
 
Governor Tom Wolf announced that he would let the Republican 2015-2016 budget become law.
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3/20/2016

PA State Police Update on Fatal Armed Robbery Attempt on Turnpike
 
The Pennsylvania State Police is investigating an armed robbery attempt that occurred this morning just before 7:00 a.m. at the Fort Littleton turnpike interchange, which is located in Dublin Township, Fulton County.
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3/20/2016

PA State Police Update on Fatal Armed Robbery Attempt on Turnpike
 
Fort Littleton, PA - The Pennsylvania State Police is investigating an armed robbery attempt that occurred this morning just before 7:00 a.m. at the Fort Littleton turnpike interchange, which is located in Dublin Township, Fulton County.
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3/18/2016

Governor Wolf's Week, 3/13-3/19/16
 
Governor Wolf this week continued to fight to move Pennsylvania forward by creating jobs and making government more responsive and innovative. Governor Wolf outlined his government reform plan which calls on the legislature to ban gifts, reform contracting, increase lobbying oversight, and increase transparency. He also met with advocates and urged the legislature to pass medical marijuana legislation in order to provide important medical relief to patients and families across the commonwealth. On Wednesday, the Republican legislature sent another out of balance budget to the governor.
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