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Auditor General DePasquale to Audit Delaware, Susquehanna River Basin Commissions
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said he is immediately starting the department's first-ever audits of the Delaware River Basin Commission and the Susquehanna River Basin Commission.


At Philadelphia Diner, Attorney General Shapiro Stands with Workers to Oppose Trump Administration Tip Rule
Attorney General Josh Shapiro today held a press conference at Morning Glory Diner in the Bella Vista neighborhood of Philadelphia to announce his opposition to a proposed rule change by the Trump Administration that would allow employers to keep the tips earned by waiters, waitresses, bartenders and other service industry workers.


Governor Wolf's Budget Aims to Bolster Economy, Workforce through Education, Skills Training
Governor Tom Wolf today laid out an ambitious plan to ensure Pennsylvania's workforce has the skills and education to succeed in 21st century jobs as the commonwealth's economy continues to grow. The proposal includes the first major investment in workforce development and skills training, including dedicated funding for STEM and computer science education.


Punxsutawney Phil Predicts Six More Weeks of Wintry Weather
Pennsylvania's own world-famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, predicted six more weeks of winter this morning at Gobbler's Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania after seeing his shadow.


Governor Wolf Holds Non - Partisan Redi stricting Listening Session in Western Pennsylvania Session concludes series across Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, PA - Governor Tom Wolf concluded a cross - state series of listening sessions today at Point Park University to hear from faculty, students, communi ty leaders, and residents for a discussion on gerrymandering and the process to redraw congressional district boundaries. The General Assembly has until February 9 to draft new congressional districts after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court determined the cur rent maps are unconstitutional


Governor Wolf Hosts Non-Partisan Redistricting Listening Session with Philadelphia Residents
Governor Tom Wolf was joined by Saint Joseph's University faculty and students, community leaders, and residents for a non-partisan panel discussion on gerrymandering in the commonwealth. Nearly 200 constituents joined the discussion on how the current Congressional map affects their representation and how they feel redistricting should be approached.


Governor Wolf Hosts Non-Partisan Redistricting Listening Session with State College Residents
Today, Governor Tom Wolf was joined by Penn State University faculty and students, community leaders, and residents for a non-partisan panel discussion on gerrymandering in the commonwealth. Nearly 100 constituents joined the discussion on how the current Congressional map affects their representation and how they feel redistricting should be approached. This is the first in a series of listening sessions the governor will hold across Pennsylvania in advance of the February 9 deadline for the General Assembly to deliver a redrawn Congressional map.


Auditor General DePasquale Finds School Bus Driver Qualification Problems
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today warned school officials statewide to be extra vigilant with bus driver background checks after auditors discovered 10 drivers in various school districts who should have been banned from transporting students because of criminal convictions.


As Flu Cases Rise to Highest Levels in Recent Years, Wolf Administration Urges Public to Get a Flu Shot, Take Precautions
Acting Health Secretary and Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine today warned residents Pennsylvania's confirmed flu cases have nearly doubled in the past two weeks, making this the most severe flu season in recent years.


Governor Wolf's Opioid Operations Command Center provided an update to the media on disaster declaration initiatives and command center progress made to date.
Department of Health Deputy Secretary for Health Planning and Assessment Ray Barishansky provided a briefing on behalf of the command center.


Governor Wolf, DEP Taking Action to Reduce Backlogs, Improve Oversight, and Modernize Permit Process
Today, Governor Tom Wolf and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced the administration's plan to reduce permit backlogs, modernize permitting processes, and better utilize technology to improve both oversight and efficiency. Today's action is a result of a yearlong effort to identify and implement strategies that will help DEP meet the goals of the Permit Decision Guarantee, while continuing to issue strong permits with strict environmental protections. Governor Wolf also announced the administration will bolster DEP staffing, which has been deeply eroded in past budget cuts, to boost these efforts.


Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Unveils
At a town-hall-style meeting of parents and community leaders at the Bear Creek School in Elizabethtown, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) today unveiled a new public awareness campaign designed to spark conversations about alcohol use between parents and their elementary to middle-school-aged children.


Corrections Demonstrates Body Scanner, Unveils Steps to Improve Security, Safety and Reduce Drug Usage at Wernersville Community Corrections Center
The Department of Corrections (DOC) has undertaken a sweeping overhaul of its Wernersville Community Correctional Center in Berks County to improve security, public safety, operational efficiency and reentrant support. The initiatives were announced at an event today at the facility.


Governor Wolf to Modernize Outdated Overtime Rules to Strengthen the Middle Class and Provide Fairness for Workers
Philadelphia, PA - Today, as part of his 'Jobs That Pay' initiative, Governor Tom Wolf announced a proposal to strengthen the middle class by modernizing Pennsylvania's outdated overtime rules to increase the pay of nearly half-a-million people to ensure they are compensated fairly for their hard work.


Governor Wolf Thanks Pennsylvania National Guard
Governor Tom Wolf joined approximately 500 Soldiers with the Pennsylvania National Guard's 28th Infantry Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion (HHBN) as they were honored in a ceremony at the Zembo Shrine in Harrisburg today as they prepare to depart for a deployment to the Middle East in support of Operation Spartan Shield (OSS).