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5/29/2018

Governor Wolf, Senator Casey Celebrate PhilaPort, Highlighting New Crane Arrival, Job Creation, and Economic Growth
 
Governor Tom Wolf and Senator Bob Casey joined federal, state, and local leaders in celebration of the recent arrival of the first two super post-Panamax cranes at The Port of Philadelphia (PhilaPort), celebrating another major milestone spurred by the governor's port development plan.
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5/29/2018

Governor Wolf, Secretary Richards Outline Statewide 'Resurface PA' Initiative
 
Today Governor Tom Wolf was joined by Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Secretary Leslie S. Richards to discuss the details of Resurface PA, the administration's new statewide initiative to accelerate repaving work on interstates and attack potholes across Pennsylvania.
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5/25/2018

Wolf Administration Officials Remind Pennsylvanians to Have Fun and Stay Safe during Amusement Ride Safety Week
 
Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding today highlighted the importance of consumer safety at the kickoff event for Amusement Ride Safety Week. The event, held at Dutch Wonderland, aimed to educate Pennsylvania's amusement park goers about the state's efforts to keep them safe when riding amusement attractions.
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5/25/2018

Wolf Administration Officials Remind Pennsylvanians to Have Fun and Stay Safe during Amusement Ride Safety Week
 
Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding today highlighted the importance of consumer safety at the kickoff event for Amusement Ride Safety Week. The event, held at Dutch Wonderland, aimed to educate Pennsylvania's amusement park goers about the state's efforts to keep them safe when riding amusement attractions.
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5/21/2018

The Wolf Administration visited Penn State Health in Hershey on Monday, the first of three scheduled events across Pennsylvania as part of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week to thank EMS providers for their role in keeping Pennsylvanians healthy and safe.
 
The Wolf Administration visited Penn State Health in Hershey on Monday, the first of three scheduled events across Pennsylvania as part of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week to thank EMS providers for their role in keeping Pennsylvanians healthy and safe.
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5/21/2018

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week
 
The Wolf Administration visited Penn State Health in Hershey on Monday, the first of three scheduled events across Pennsylvania as part of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week to thank EMS providers for their role in keeping Pennsylvanians healthy and safe.
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5/21/2018

PA Turnpike Hosts Work Zone Safety Remembrance Event
 
Today more than 2,000 employees across the Pennsylvania Turnpike took part in a Work Zone Safety Remembrance event to honor the 41 PA Turnpike employees who died while performing their duties. The event, which included the unveiling of the Turnpike's new Work Zone Memorial, took place at the Turnpike's Somerset Maintenance Facility and was broadcast to all employee offices across the 550-mile system.
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5/21/2018

PA Turnpike Hosts Work Zone Safety Remembrance Event
 
- Today more than 2,000 employees across the Pennsylvania Turnpike took part in a Work Zone Safety Remembrance event to honor the 41 PA Turnpike employees who died while performing their duties.
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5/19/2018

Wolf Administration Announces Plans for $118 Million Volkswagen Settlement to Fund Clean Air and Vehicle Emissions Reduction Programs
 
Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Patrick McDonnell and Department of Health (DOH) Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine joined Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, business representatives, and clean energy advocates announcing the creation of new grant and rebate programs funded from Pennsylvania's share of the penalty paid by Volkswagen Group of America to settle allegations of cheating EPA emissions tests.
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5/18/2018

Wolf Administration Launches 'Choose PA Dairy' Campaign to Highlight Benefits of Locally-Sourced Milk
 
Today, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding joined dairy farmers and industry advocates to kick off 'Choose PA Dairy: Goodness that Matters,' a campaign to support Pennsylvania's dairy industry by educating consumers on how to find and buy locally-produced milk, and why it matters to Pennsylvania's economy and the health of its residents.
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5/17/2018

AAPI Panel Discussion News Conference
 
Today, a panel discussion sharing the experiences of Asian American and Pacific Islanders in state government will be held at the Capitol Media Center. The panel will feature state Representative Patty Kim, Suryakala Venkatadri, Chief Budget Division, Pennsylvania Department of Aging; and Suhail Ahmad, Chief Innovation Architect, Pennsylvania Office of Administration, Information Technology, who will share their experiences and outlooks on the contributions and challenges that face AAPIs in state government and how they relate to the 2018 AAPI Heritage Month theme 'Unite Our Vison by Working Together.'
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5/16/2018

Wolf Administration Joins USDA and Penn State University to Combat Spotted Lanternfly
 
On the heels of the first Spotted Lanternfly hatch of the season, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA), the United Stated Department of Agriculture (USDA), and Penn State University today warned its potential $18 billion impact on the commonwealth's businesses, trade, and economy.
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5/16/2018

Governor Wolf: 200 Schools Receive First-ever School Breakfast Grants to Improve Learning
 
As part of his School Breakfast Initiative to help more children start their day with a healthy meal, Governor Tom Wolf today announced $900,000 from the inaugural round of grants to help 200 schools make breakfast available to all students and expand options for the children.
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5/16/2018

First Lady Frances Wolf, Department of Education Announce New Grants to Expand School Breakfast
 
First Lady Frances Wolf joined Education Department Executive Deputy Secretary Dr. David Volkman and school advocates to celebrate the first recipients of Governor Wolf's School Breakfast Initiative grants.
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5/16/2018

Auditor General DePasquale Says Immediate Action Needed to Better Protect Children at Risk of Abuse, Neglect
 
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today released his action plan to help keep Pennsylvania's at-risk children safer.
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