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9/9/2014

Lt. Governor, PennDOT Announce Department's First Transportation Sponsorship Made Possible by Public-Private Partnership Law
 
Lt. Governor Jim Cawley joined PennDOT Executive Deputy Secretary for Administration Brad Mallory today for an event to announce the department's first sponsorship effort made possible by the Public-Private Partnership law Governor Tom Corbett signed in 2012.
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9/9/2014

Governor Corbett Opens New Clean-Burning Natural Gas Fueling Station in Philadelphia
 
Governor Tom Corbett today joined officials from VNG Co. to announce the opening of a new compressed natural gas (CNG) public fueling station in Philadelphia to support the widespread use of natural gas vehicles in the region.
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9/2/2014

First Lady and Acting Secretary of Education Announce 35 Schools Statewide Implementing Dropout Program
 
Tool is Part of the First Lady's Opening Doors Initiative
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8/28/2014

Pittsburgh Man Claims $86.7 Million Mega Millions Jackpot
 
Prize is Fifth-Largest in Pennsylvania Lottery History
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8/28/2014

Corbett Announces Historic Approval of New Healthy Pennsylvania Program
 
PA-Specific Plan Will Reform Medicaid, Protect Taxpayers and Increase Access to Private Market Coverage
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8/25/2014

Gov. Corbett Opens JOBS1st Workforce Development Summit in Pittsburgh
 
Two-Day Summit Brings Together Top Industry, State Officials to Collaborate on Job Training Policies, Workforce Development
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8/19/2014

Governor Corbett Unveils New, Web-Based Resource for Pennsylvania's Students, Teachers and Parents
 
Commonwealth Launches Pennsylvania Learns on iTunes U
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8/15/2014

Governor Corbett Awards Grant to Support University-Led Initiative to Integrate Technology, Talent and PA Manufacturers
 
Continuing to advance his JOBS1st PA initiative, Governor Tom Corbett today announced the award of a Discovered in PA - Developed in PA grant to Carnegie Mellon University and Lehigh University to support the Research for Advanced Manufacturing in Pennsylvania program, created to engage in specific innovation projects with Pennsylvania manufacturers.
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8/15/2014

Governor Corbett Cheers for Taney Youth Baseball at Little League World Series
 
Today, Governor Tom Corbett visited the Little League Baseball World Series in Williamsport, PA to cheer for Philadelphia-based Taney Little League as they played their first game in the 2014 World Series.
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8/14/2014

Governor Corbett Kayaks Upper Susquehanna River; Tourism Along Rt. 6 Corridor Contributes $5.75 Billion to Local Economy
 
Governor Tom Corbett joined state and local officials, and local tourism and conservation partners to kayak the Upper Susquehanna River in Bradford County as part of a two-day tour to promote Pennsylvania's tourism industry.
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8/14/2014

Governor Corbett Announces Updated 12-Year Transportation Program
 
More Projects to be Funded Because of Act 89
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8/12/2014

Governor Corbett Breaks Ground on Second Marcellus Shale Power Plant That Will Create 500 Jobs; Contribute Nearly $6 Billion to Local Economy
 
Governor Tom Corbett today joined Panda Power Funds to break ground on an 829-megawatt natural-gas fueled power plant in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania that will power up to 1 million homes and contribute an estimated $5.85 billion to the local economy within the first 10 years of operation.
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8/7/2014

Attorney General Kane: Four charged in nationwide 'Grandparent Scam' targeting seniors
 
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane announced today that a grand jury investigation has led to charges against four co-conspirators for a scheme that targeted elderly victims throughout the country to steal thousands of dollars in a "Grandparent Scam."
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7/30/2014

Governor Corbett, Joined by WV Governor Tomblin, OH Lt. Governor Taylor Rallies in Support of American Energy Workers
 
Corbett's Emissions Reduction Plan Will Result in Cleaner Air, Lower Prices, More Jobs
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7/30/2014

Pennsylvania State Police Will Fight Justice Department Attack on Cadet Physical Fitness Standards
 
The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) will challenge a lawsuit brought by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) that accuses the state police of discriminating against females in its hiring practices.
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