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8/11/2011

Governor Corbett Tours Frances Slocum State Park in Luzerne County
 
Frances Slocum State Park consists of 1,035 acres in Luzerne County and provides recreational opportunities for local residents and travelers, including camping, mountain-biking and hiking trails, plus 700 acres of designated hunting land.
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8/10/2011

Governor Corbett Tours State's Northeast on Three- Day Kayak Trip
 
Setting off this morning from Mehoopany, Wyoming County, Corbett will kayak down the Susquehanna River, through Wyoming and Luzerne counties, stopping along the way to talk with area residents and visit local attractions.
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8/4/2011

Governor Corbett Fulfills State's Promise Protecting PACE and PACENET Prescription Benefits for Older Adults
 
The PACE and PACENET programs, funded by the Pennsylvania Lottery, provide prescription drug benefits to income-eligible Pennsylvanians 65 and older.
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8/3/2011

Governor Tom Corbett, First Lady Susan Corbett Announce Winners of 'Name the Pups' Contest
 
"Penny" and "Harry" intorduced to one and all
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7/22/2011

PA Lottery Reports Record Sales, Posts Increase in Profits to Programs Benefiting Older Pennsylvanians
 
Retail Network Growth Helps Drive Success
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7/21/2011

Agriculture Secretary Says Lancaster County Farm's Manure Treatment Project Will Help Improve Health of Chesapeake Bay
 
An innovative manure treatment project on a Lancaster County farm will help reduce nutrient run-off into the Chesapeake Bay as part of Pennsylvania's continuing efforts to improve the bay's health.
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7/14/2011

Governor's Stimulus Oversight Committee Meeting
 
Find out what is going on with the stimulus in Pennsylvania
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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.
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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
 
The 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
 
The new law will keep businesses and health care providers from being driven out of the state by frivolous litigation, a problem that discourages innovation, inflates insurance costs and kills jobs.
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6/27/2011

Sec. of Administration Announces Details of Tentative Agreement with AFSCME
 
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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6/23/2011

Governor Corbett Signs Bill Banning Bath Salts, Other New Drugs
 
Governor Tom Corbett today signed into law Senate Bill 1006, legislation that bans the possession, use and sale of synthetic designer drugs including the dangerous substance known as "bath salts."
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6/20/2011

Governor Corbett Proclaims June 20-26 as 'Pollinator Week'
 
Agriculture Department Urges Public to Help Save Pollinating Insects Critical to Farmers and Food Industry
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6/12/2011

'Arts in the Garden' Open House
 
First Lady Susan Corbett to Host 'Arts in the Garden' Open House at the Governor's Residence
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