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4/23/2013

Governor Corbett Presented 2013 Biotechnology Industry Organization Governor of the Year Award
 
Chicago - Governor Tom Corbett was honored today by the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) with its 2013 BIO Governor of the Year Award in recognition of his leadership and commitment to strengthening the biotechnology and public health sectors within Pennsylvania. Corbett received the award today at the 2013 BIO International Convention in Chicago, Ill.
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4/20/2013

Governor Corbett Visits Flight 93 Memorial, Donates Trees to Honor Fallen Passengers
 
Governor Tom Corbett today visited the Flight 93 National Memorial in Somerset County to honor the sacrifice
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4/20/2013

Governor Corbett Visits Flight 93 Memorial, Donates Trees to Honor Fallen Heroes
 
Shanksville, Somerset County - Governor Tom Corbett today visited the Flight 93 National Memorial in Somerset County to honor the sacrifice of the passengers and crew by presenting donated trees for the site. This is the second year of a major volunteer reforestation effort at the memorial that will eventually result in 150,000 new trees at the site.
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4/19/2013

PA eHealth Partnership Authority
 
Secure Access to Confidential Health Information
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4/16/2013

WEDnetPA Promotional Video
 
WEDnetPA is Pennsylvania's premier incumbent worker training initiative -- helping train more than one million employees. Find out how three companies have benefited from this invaluable resource.
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4/16/2013

Mine Subsidence Insurance Television Spot
 
This one minute television spot urges home owners in affected areas to purchase mine subsidence insurance.
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4/16/2013

Departments of Transportation, Agriculture and Pennsylvania State Police Partner with PA Farm Bureau to Encourage Rural Road Safety
 
PennDOT Executive Deputy Secretary for Administration Bradley L. Mallory today joined local farmers and officials from the state Department of Agriculture, the Pennsylvania State Police and the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau (PFB) to highlight Rural Roads Safety Week, which runs through April 19.
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4/16/2013

Departments of Transportation, Agriculture and Pennsylvania State Police Partner
 
PA Farm Bureau to Encourage Rural Road Safety
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4/16/2013

PEMA Drill
 
Federal, state, county and municipal officials this evening participated in a federally-evaluated exercise involving an emergency scenario at Three Mile Island in Dauphin County, Pa.
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4/16/2013

PA Turnpike Teams Up With PA State Police for 'Operation Orange Squeeze'
 
New work-zone safety initiative launched during National Work-Zone Awareness Week.
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4/16/2013

PA Turnpike Teams Up With PA State Police for 'Operation Orange Squeeze'
 
New work-zone safety initiative launched during National Work-Zone Awareness Week.
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4/15/2013

PennDOT Releases New Video for Work Zone Safety Awareness Week
 
PennDOT Releases New Video for National Work Zone Awareness Week Young Drivers Encouraged to 'Just Drive: Work Zone Smart'
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4/15/2013

PennDOT Releases New Video for National Work Zone Awareness Week Young Drivers Encouraged to 'Just Drive: Work Zone Smart'
 
Carlisle - To mark the start of National Work Zone Awareness Week, PennDOT Deputy Secretary for Administration Bradley L. Mallory today joined school officials and students at Carlisle High School to unveil a new video called "Just Drive: Work Zone Smart," PennDOT's latest effort to encourage work zone safety.
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4/15/2013

Auditor General's Corporate Tax
 
Budget cuts that could be restored with unpaid corporate taxes.
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4/15/2013

Auditor General DePasquale Says $35.4 million Owed in Corporate Taxes Could Offset Budget Cuts
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today announced auditors found corporate tax return errors amounting to $35.4 million in unpaid taxes owed to the commonwealth. DePasquale sent a letter today to Revenue Secretary Daniel Meuser about the findings and urging him to aggressively collect all taxes that were underpaid, return the overpayments and send the difference to the state treasury so it can be factored into the on-going state budget debate.
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