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4/18/2014

Lt. Governor Cawley Announces French Food Processing Company Charles and Alice to Establish Facility in Lancaster County, Creating 50 New Jobs
 
Continuing to advance Governor Tom Corbett's JOBS1stPA initiative, Lieutenant Governor Jim Cawley announced today that Charles and Alice Group, a food processing company, has established its U.S. operations in East Hempfield Township, creating 50 new full-time jobs.
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4/18/2014

Lt. Governor Cawley Announces French Food Processing Company Charles and Alice to Establish Facility in Lancaster County, Creating 50 New Jobs Job Creating Project a Direct Result of Governor Corbett's 2012 Trade Mission to France and Germany
 
Lancaster County- Continuing to advance Governor Tom Corbett's JOBS1stPA initiative, Lieutenant Governor Jim Cawley announced today that Charles and Alice Group, a food processing company, has established its U.S. operations in East Hempfield Township, creating 50 new full-time jobs.
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4/15/2014

Governor Corbett Signs Additional Child Protection Bills
 
ew Laws Define Mandatory Reporters of Suspected Child Abuse
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4/15/2014

Governor Corbett Signs Additional Child Protection Bills
 
New Laws Define Mandatory Reporters of Suspected Child Abuse
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4/8/2014

Celebrating the Past, Transforming the Future
 
2014 Annual Apprise Conference
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4/8/2014

Governor Corbett Recognizes Academic Achievement of Two Wilson Area Schools; Presents Governor's Award for Excellence in Academics
 
Governor Tom Corbett today presented the Governor's Award for Excellence in Academics to two schools in Wilson Area School District, Northampton County.
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4/7/2014

Crime Victims Rally
 
Today, the Governor made an appearance at the Crime Victims' Rights Rally in the Capitol Rotunda, Harrisburg, PA. The theme of the event was "Restoring the Balance" and celebrated accomplishments over the last three years in victims' rights legislation in Pennsylvania, including the signing of today's Child Protection Bills.
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4/7/2014

Governor Attends Crime Victims' Rights Rally
 
Today, Governor Tom Corbett made an appearance at the Crime Victims' Rights Rally in the Capitol Rotunda, Harrisburg, PA. The theme of the event was "Restoring the Balance" and celebrated accomplishments over the last three years in victims' rights legislation in Pennsylvania, including the signing of today's Child Protection Bills.
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4/7/2014

Harrisburg - Motorists Urged to Slow Down, Stay Alert in Pa. Turnpike Work Zones
 
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) is stressing to motorists to slow down when you see orange cones and traffic panels. The PTC plans 62 roadway and bridge construction projects for 2014, representing an investment of $1.3 billion in the toll-road system. Highway maintenance activities that necessitate patterns will also be abundant, starting with the repair of pot holes this spring that have formed as a result of a brutal winter.
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4/7/2014

Motorists Urged to Slow Down, Stay Alert in Pa. Turnpike Work Zones
 
Pa. State Police plan to put 'Operation Orange Squeeze' into action again.
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4/7/2014

Corbett Signs Additional Child Protection Bills to Fund Children's Advocacy Centers, Build Database for Electronic Reporting
 
Governor Tom Corbett today signed into law three critical bills that make significant improvements to Pennsylvania's child protection laws - Senate Bill 24, House Bill 89 and House Bill 316.
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4/7/2014

Corbett Signs Additional Child Protection Bills to Fund Children's Advocacy Centers, Build Database for Electronic Reporting
 
Harrisburg - Governor Tom Corbett today signed into law three critical bills that make significant improvements to Pennsylvania's child protection laws - Senate Bill 24, House Bill 89 and House Bill 316. "The bills I am signing into law today are another step forward in the fight to end child abuse." Corbett said. "Today, Pennsylvania says, 'no more' to child abuse."
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4/4/2014

PennDOT, State Police Highlight Work Zone Safety in Advance of National Awareness Week
 
Pennsylvanians will see $2.1 billion worth of highway and bridge improvements this year, $600 million more than originally anticipated due to the state's new transportation plan, and representatives from PennDOT and the Pennsylvania State Police today reminded motorists to drive carefully through the hundreds of work zones they'll encounter this construction season.
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4/3/2014

Governor Corbett Announces Hundreds of Additional Projects Beginning this Year Due to New Transportation Plan
 
Delivering on his promise that Pennsylvania will quickly realize benefits from the state's transportation plan, Governor Tom Corbett today outlined more than 250 projects that will start work this year due to the state's new transportation plan.
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4/3/2014

Governor Corbett Announces Hundreds of Additional Projects Beginning this Year Due to New Transportation Plan
 
Harrisburg - Delivering on his promise that Pennsylvania will quickly realize benefits from the state's transportation plan, Governor Tom Corbett today outlined more than 250 projects that will start work this year due to the state's new transportation plan.
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