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8/10/2011

Governor Corbett Tours State's Northeast on Three-Day Kayak Trip
 
Governor Tom Corbett today began a three-day kayak tour through Northeastern Pennsylvania to personally experience the natural beauty and other local highlights that the state has to offer residents and visitors.
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8/4/2011

Governor Tom Corbett Fulfills State's Promise Protecting PACE and PACENET Prescription Benefits for Older Adults
 
Governor Tom Corbett today ceremonially signed House Bill 463 at Country Meadows Retirement Community in Hershey. The new law ensures thousands of older Pennsylvanians enrolled in the PACE and PACENET program will not lose their coverage as the result of a small increase in their Social Security benefits.
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8/3/2011

Governor Tom Corbett, First Lady Susan Corbett Announce Winners of 'Name the Pups' Contest
 
After reading hundreds of suggestions from children across Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Corbett and First Lady Susan Corbett have chosen names for their two new Airedale Terrier puppies: "Penny" and "Harry."
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7/29/2011

Governor Corbett Tours GE Transportation, Largest Erie County Employer
 
Governor Tom Corbett today toured GE Transportation, Erie County's largest employer, where he discussed his commitment to working with Pennsylvania's businesses to ensure future growth and job creation.
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7/28/2011

Governor Corbett Joins Crossing of America Tour in Butler, Highlights Effort to Support Wounded Warriors, Survivors of Fallen Heroes
 
Taking his turn at driving a red, white and blue Jeep,Governor Tom Corbett today joined the Crossing of America Tour as it traveled through Butler.
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7/27/2011

Camp Cadet
 
Today Governor Tom Corbett Visited Camp Cadet in Friedens, PA
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7/22/2011

PA Lottery Reports Record Sales, Posts Increase in Profits to Programs Benefiting Older Pennsylvanians
 
The 2010-11 fiscal year was the Pennsylvania Lottery's most successful one in recent history, as the Lottery set a new annual sales record and posted significant increases in net revenue for programs benefiting older Pennsylvanians, Interim Executive Director Drew Svitko announced today.
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7/21/2011

Agriculture Secretary says Lancaster County Farm's Manure Treatment Project Will Improve Health of Chesapeake Bay
 
Kreider Farms, a 1,200-cow dairy in Mount Joy, today unveiled a micro-aerobic digestion project that provides on-farm treatment of manure before it has a chance to flow into local streams and watersheds.
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7/12/2011

Governor Corbett Thanks Police Chiefs for Protecting Pennsylvania's Citizens
 
Governor Tom Corbett today offered keynote remarks at the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association's 98th annual conference, being held at the Lancaster Host Resort in Lancaster.
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7/11/2011

Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission MonFayette Expressway Opening
 
The Mon/Fayette Expressway, I-68 to Turnpike 43 Project, also known as the "Mason-Dixon Link", stretches from Route 43 in Pennsylvania (PA) to I-68 in West Virginia (WV), just east of Morgantown.
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7/4/2011

Governor Tom Corbett offers an Independence Day message for Pennsylvania
 
An Independence Day message for Pennsylvania
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6/30/2011

Governor Corbett Signs Budget, Cutting Spending, Without Tax Increases
 
Gov. Tom Corbett today signed the 2011-12 budget which cuts government spending, does not raise taxes, includes property tax reform, and restores common sense to the state spending process. The $27.15 billion budget cuts overall government spending by more than $1 billion.
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6/28/2011

McCord Treasury Readying $240 Million in Property Tax, Rent Rebates for PA's Citizens
 
Wondering where your property tax or rent rebate payment is? State Treasurer Rob McCord provided an answer today when he said Treasury will issue approximately half a million payments totaling $240 million to Pennsylvanians on July 1.
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6/28/2011

Governor Corbett Signs 'Fair Share Act,' Important Tort Reforms Now Law
 
Governor Tom Corbett today signed into law Senate Bill 1131, better known as the "Fair Share Act,'' which reforms how damages are recovered in civil lawsuits, ensuring an equitable framework for litigation in the future and improving Pennsylvania's business climate.
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6/27/2011

Governor Corbett's Secretary of Administration Announces Details of Tentative Agreement with AFSCME Council 13
 
At a news conference in Harrisburg today, Secretary of Administration Kelly Powell Logan discussed the details of a tentative four-year labor agreement reached last week with Council 13 of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).
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