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New Program Helps Students Make Smart Money Decisions
Harrisburg, PA - Secretary of joined the Pennsylvania Insurance Department, PHEAA, and the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General today to announce a new financial literacy program for high school and college students.


Auditor General DePasquale Calls for Scranton School District to Cancel its Busing Contract Among Other Financial Recovery Steps
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today released his recommendations for the Scranton School District's financial recovery plan, including a recommendation to cancel the district's busing contract - a no-bid deal he previously called 'the worst in the state.'


Department of Health Encourages Pennsylvanians to Get Enough Sleep
Harrisburg, PA - For many people, the days that follow the beginning of daylight saving time, and losing an hour of sleep, can be difficult. The Wolf Administration encourages all Pennsylvanians to get an adequate amount of sleep each day, as it plays a vital role in an individual's mental and physical health, safety and quality of life.


Wolf Administration provides tips to avoid tax scams
Harrisburg, Pa. - With about a month remaining before the April 15 deadline to file state and federal tax returns, the Department of Revenue today partnered with the IRS and the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants to offer useful filing tips and other guidance to help Pennsylvanians avoid falling victim to common tax scams.


Governor Wolf Highlights Restore Pennsylvania Plan to Help Columbia County with Flood Protection
Governor Tom Wolf joined state Representative David Millard and other Columbia County officials today to highlight the need for additional funding to improve flood protection and disaster recovery in Bloomsburg and throughout the region.


Wolf Administration Pushes Back on Misleading Comments on Immunizations
Today Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine was in the state Capitol to talk about the importance of immunizations in light of comments made during a U.S. Senate hearing Tuesday. Dr. Levine was joined by local health care professionals.


Wolf Administration Announces Next Step in Transforming Health Care Delivery in Pennsylvania
Harrisburg, PA - The Wolf Administration announced today the first five participants in the Pennsylvania Rural Health Model, the first model in the nation aimed at ensuring the financial viability of hospitals in rural areas across the state, and the next step in transforming health care delivery in Pennsylvania.


Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to Hold First-Ever Product Auction for Two Macallan Fine and Rare Series Scotches
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) is holding its first-ever Rare Vintage and Specialty Product Auction. offering two exceptional bottles of Macallan Fine and Rare Series scotch whisky up for bid.


Wolf Administration Prepares and Delivers Meals to Montgomery County Seniors
Pennsylvania Department of Aging Acting Secretary Robert Torres joined Meals on Wheels of Montgomery County today to prepare and deliver meals to homebound seniors in observance of March for Meals, an annual Meals on Wheels acknowledgment and celebration for program volunteers and the seniors they serve.


Auditor General DePasquale Highlights How Rebates Drive Up Prescription Drug Costs for Consumers
NEW CASTLE, Lawrence County - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today visited The Hometown Pharmacy in New Castle to release his new special report on how manufacturers' rebates artificially inflate the prices people pay for prescription drugs.


Problem Gambling press congerence
Wolf Administration Kicks off Problem Gambling Awareness Month by Highlighting Available Resources and Help


Governor Wolf Introduces PA GI Bill, First Education Program to Support PA National Guard Member Families
Today at Fort Indiantown Gap, Governor Tom Wolf outlined the benefits of his proposed PA GI Bill that enables members of the Pennsylvania National Guard (PNG) to earn college benefits for their spouse and children. The PA GI Bill, or Military Family Education Program, would be the first program of its kind in the nation.


Department of Health Urges Awareness, Education on Eating Disorders
The Wolf Administration encourages all Pennsylvanians to be aware of the various types of eating disorders that can affect individuals of any gender, age, race, ethnicity or lifestyle, and emphasizes the importance of supporting those affected by them.


Auditor General DePasquale: Officials in 18 Counties Report Accepting Gifts from Voting Equipment Vendors
HARRISBURG (Feb. 22, 2019) - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said officials in 18 of Pennsylvania's 67 counties reported accepting gifts, meals or trips from firms competing to sell new voting machines to counties ahead of the 2020 election.


Department of Human Services' Report on Child Abuse Data Outlines Prevention Recommendations
Department of Human Services (DHS) Secretary Teresa Miller today released the Pennsylvania Child Abuse Fatality/Near Fatality Trend Analysis Report, a study of statewide child abuse fatality and near fatality data from calendar years 2015 and 2016. The report outlines and analyzes data from these years and establishes recommendations to prevent child abuse fatalities and near fatalities so children can grow up in safe, nurturing homes.