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First Lady Susan Corbett Donates to Food Bank to Help those in Need This Holiday Season
First Lady Susan Corbett today donated turkeys, canned goods, other non-perishable items and money to the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank in Harrisburg.


Governor Corbett Orders Flags Lowered in Honor of Late President Kennedy, President Obama Declares Day of Remembrance
Harrisburg - Governor Tom Corbett today ordered all United States and Pennsylvania flags in the Capitol Complex and at all commonwealth facilities across the state to fly at half-staff TODAY, Friday, Nov. 22, in commemoration of the tragic death of the late President John F. Kennedy.


Governor Tom Corbett spoke in Hershey today regarding the General Assembly's recent passage of a comprehensive transportation package.
Hershey- Governor Corbett spoke at the Associated Pennsylvania Constructors statewide conference this morning in Hershey, celebrating passage of the transportation package that will not only make Pennsylvania's roads and highways safer, but will also result in an estimated growth of 50,000 jobs as well as the retention of 12,000 jobs in the construction industry.


Governor Corbett Hails Final Vote on Transportation Legislation
Governor Tom Corbett joined PennDOT Secretary Barry J. Schoch, members of the state Senate and House of Representatives and other officials tonight to discuss the final affirmative vote on an historic comprehensive transportation plan -- the most comprehensive piece of state transportation legislation -- in decades.


Governor Corbett, First Lady Commemorate 150th Anniversary of Gettysburg Address
Gettysburg - Governor Tom Corbett and First Lady Susan Corbett were in Gettysburg today to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, originally presented by Abraham Lincoln on Nov. 19, 1863.


Governor Corbett Calls for Action on Transportation Bill
Brings Together Bipartisan Elected Officials, Industry, Union Leaders for Rally at the Capitol Urging Vote Harrisburg - Governor Tom Corbett today urged the state House of Representatives to adopt a compromise transportation plan that will keep Pennsylvanians safe, keep Pennsylvania businesses competitive, create jobs and keep drivers and transit riders moving.


Auditor General DePasquale Says Department of Public Welfare Mismanaged Home Care Worker Payroll Providers
Pay Delay Caused Undue Stress on Workers, People Receiving Care; Unnecessarily Costing Taxpayers Millions of Medicaid Dollars Per Year


Governor Announces New Ways for Pennsylvanians to Support and Honor Veterans
Governor Tom Corbett today announced that Pennsylvanians now have the opportunity to support and honor more than 950,000 veterans across the state thanks to an exciting new partnership between the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) and the Department of Transportation (PennDOT)


Governor Corbett Signs Bill Improving Early Breast Cancer Diagnosis
Harrisburg - Governor Tom Corbett today signed the Breast Density Notification Act into law, requiring mammogram reports to include breast density information. The change will improve early detection of breast cancer for thousands of women across Pennsylvania.


Governor Corbett and First Lady Corbett Open Residence to Hundreds of Trick or Treaters
The Corbetts dressed in 50's era costumes and handed out Air Delight bars donated by The Hershey Company. The pumpkins used to decorate the walkway were donated by MAP Farm in Womelsdorf, Berks County.


Governor Corbett Continues to Urge Legislature for Transportation Funding Plan
Governor Tom Corbett continued his call to the legislature to pass a comprehensive transportation funding plan. Corbett emphasized that Pennsylvanians deserve a plan that creates jobs and addresses decades-old needs in the state's roads, bridges and transit systems. The governor made his remarks during an event today in Johnstown.


Governor Corbett: Pittsburgh Region, Pennsylvania Need Comprehensive Transportation Plan


Governor Corbett Joins Wendell August to Open New Facility, Start New Chapter of Growth
Governor Tom Corbett today joined Wendell August officials and employees to celebrate the opening of the company's new factory and flagship retail store, just three and a half years after a tragic fire destroyed the company's previous headquarters in 2010.


Treasurer McCord: Gov. Corbett Has Now Paid Lottery Privatization Consultants, Law Firms More Than $3.4 Million
McCord calls on Gov. Corbett to end flawed and wasteful privatization effort


First Lady Susan Corbett Hosts Pumpkin Decorating Contest at the Governor's Residence
First Lady Susan Corbett welcomed children to the Governor's Residence in Harrisburg today to celebrate the Halloween season with a pumpkin decorating contest. The children, ages 6-10, are part of the after-school program at the Boys and Girls Club of Harrisburg.