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9/19/2017

Governor Wolf and First Lady Join Planned Parenthood for Panel Discussion on Women's Health Care Rights and Access
 
Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf were in Blue Bell today to participate in a panel discussion and community forum on the importance of Planned Parenthood. The event was held at Montgomery County Community College's main campus.
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9/19/2017

Auditor General DePasquale Says Audit Stopped Abuse of State Funds by Abortion Alternative Provider Real Alternatives
 
Auditor General DePasquale Says Audit Stopped Abuse of State Funds by Abortion Alternative Provider Real Alternatives
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9/19/2017

Auditor General DePasquale Says Audit Stopped Abuse of State Funds by Abortion Alternative Provider Real Alternatives
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said his latest performance audit helped stop a decades - old practice where abortion alternative provider Real Alternatives used state funds to support activities outside of Pennsylvania.
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9/19/2017

National Investigation into Opioid Manufacturers and Distributors Expands
 
Surrounded by parents who have lost children to overdoses and local law enforcement, Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced a major expansion of investigations of manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioids that now involve 41 Attorneys General.
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9/19/2017

National Investigation into Opioid Manufacturers and Distributors
 
UPPER DUBLIN, PA - Surrounded by parents who have lost children to overdoses and local law enforcement, Attorney General
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9/18/2017

Wolf Administration Warns Consumers to Watch for Flood Damaged Vehicles Following Hurricanes Harvey, Irma
 
With automotive officials estimating as many as 500,000 vehicles were damaged by flooding from Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana, and hundreds of thousands of vehicles likely flooded by Hurricane Irma in Florida, Acting Insurance Commissioner Jessica Altman and Deputy PennDOT Secretary Kurt Myers today warned consumers to be on the lookout for flood-damaged cars being sold as undamaged new or used vehicles, and offered tips on how to spot a vehicle that has flood damage.
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9/18/2017

Wolf Administration Warns Consumers to Watch for Flood Damaged Vehicles Following Hurricanes Harvey, Irma
 
With automotive officials estimating as many as 500,000 vehicles were damaged by flooding from Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana, and hundreds of thousands of vehicles likely flooded by Hurricane Irma in Florida, Acting Insurance Commissioner Jessica Altman and Deputy PennDOT Secretary Kurt Myers today warned consumers to be on the lookout for flood-damaged cars being sold as undamaged new or used vehicles, and offered tips on how to spot a vehicle that has flood damage.
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9/18/2017

Wolf Administration to partners with The Arc on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Prevention
 
Members of the Wolf Administration were joined by Executive Director of The Arc of Pennsylvania Maureen Cronin, individuals impacted by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), and advocates to raise awareness and discuss prevention during FASD Awareness month.
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9/18/2017

Wolf Administration Partners with The Arc on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Prevention
 
Members of the Wolf Administration were joined by Executive Director of The Arc of Pennsylvania Maureen Cronin, individuals impacted by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), and advocates to raise awareness and discuss prevention during FASD Awareness month.
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9/15/2017

Four MS4 Municipalities to Join DEP and DCNR in Media Event on Stormwater Management
 
Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Patrick McDonnell will be in Lemoyne Borough to salute efforts to reduce stormwater runoff pollution by municipalities statewide. Hundreds of municipalities are striving to meet a Saturday deadline for MS4 permit applications and Pollutant Reduction Plans.
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9/15/2017

Wolf Administration Salutes Statewide Efforts To Reduce Stormwater Runoff Pollution
 
Today Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Patrick McDonnell was in Lemoyne Borough to salute efforts to reduce stormwater runoff pollution by municipalities statewide. Hundreds of municipalities are striving to meet a Saturday deadline for MS4 permit applications and Pollutant Reduction Plans.
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9/14/2017

Auditor General DePasquale Says 'State of the Child' Special Report Shows Broken Child-Welfare System Puts Children at Risk
 
The system is broken. And Pennsylvania's at-risk children are not safe. Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said those facts are what a year-long review of Pennsylvania's children and youth services (CYS) system showed him.
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9/14/2017

Auditor General DePasquale Says 'State of the Child' Special Report Shows Broken Child-Welfare System Puts Children at Risk
 
The system is broken. And Pennsylvania's at-risk children are not safe.
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9/13/2017

Wolf Administration Announces Altoona Has Successfully Terminated Distressed Municipality Status Under Act 47
 
Harrisburg, PA - Today, on behalf of Governor Wolf, Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Secretary Dennis Davin announced that the City of Altoona's status as a distressed municipality under Act 47 is terminated. Altoona is the 13th municipality to exit the program and completed the fastest exit of distressed status by a city.
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9/13/2017

Wolf Administration Announces Altoona Has Successfully Terminated Distressed Municipality Status Under Act 47
 
Harrisburg, PA - Today, on behalf of Governor Wolf, Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Secretary Dennis Davin announced that the City of Altoona's status as a distressed municipality under Act 47 is terminated. Altoona is the 13th municipality to exit the program and completed the fastest exit of distressed status by a city.
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