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9/22/2016

Auditor General DePasquale Says Audits of PA Cyber Charter School, Two Other Schools Reaffirm Need to Overhaul Charter School Law
 
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said recent audits of Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School (PA Cyber), which enrolls students from 484 districts, and two related schools in Beaver County once again demonstrate the urgent need to overhaul the worst charter school law in the nation.
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9/22/2016

Auditor General DePasquale Says Audits of PA Cyber Charter School, Two Other Schools Reaffirm Need to Overhaul Charter School Law
 
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said recent audits of Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School (PA Cyber), which enrolls students from 484 districts, and two related schools in Beaver County once again demonstrate the urgent need to overhaul the worst charter school law in the nation.
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9/21/2016

OAG's Mobile Street Crimes Unit files felony drug charges against more than 75 defendants
 
Attorney General Bruce R. Beemer today announced the results of a successful fourth deployment for the Office of Attorney General's Mobile Street Crimes Unit, which has spent the last six months working in an undercover capacity in Beaver County.
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9/21/2016

OAG's Mobile Street Crimes Unit files felony drug charges against more than 75 defendants
 
Attorney General Bruce R. Beemer today announced the results of a successful fourth deployment for the Office of Attorney General's Mobile Street Crimes Unit, which has spent the last six months working in an undercover capacity in Beaver County.
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9/16/2016

Weekly Update
 
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9/15/2016

PennDOT to Save More Than $28 Million with New Mobile Construction App Through Improved Efficiency Program Meets Governor Wolf's GO-TIME Agenda
 
Harrisburg, PA - Governor Tom Wolf lauded PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards for the department's innovative mobile construction app displayed today at an Interstate 83 construction site, noting that use of the mobile technology by field staff is helping save money and meeting the administration's GO-TIME challenge for state government to work smarter.
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9/15/2016

GOTIME: PennDOT to Save More Than $28 Million with New Mobile Construction App Through Improved Efficiency Program Meets Governor Wolf's GO-TIME Agenda
 
Harrisburg, PA - Governor Tom Wolf lauded PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards for the department's innovative mobile construction app displayed today at an Interstate 83 construction site, noting that use of the mobile technology by field staff is helping save money and meeting the administration's GO-TIME challenge for state government to work smarter.
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9/15/2016

Department of Human Services Announces Significant Improvements at Pennsylvania's Child Abuse Hotline
 
The Department of Human Services (DHS) Secretary Ted Dallas today announced several improvements to ChildLine, the department's child abuse hotline, as well as to the child abuse history clearance process.
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9/15/2016

Department of Human Services Announces Significant Improvements at Pennsylvania's Child Abuse Hotline
 
The Department of Human Services (DHS) Secretary Ted Dallas today announced several improvements to ChildLine, the department's child abuse hotline, as well as to the child abuse history clearance process.
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9/14/2016

Governor Wolf continues schools that teach tour to discuss historic education investment and new fair funding formula.
 
Governor Wolf continues schools that teach tour to highlight progress in education funding over the last two years, including: $415 million in basic education funding, $60 million for early childhood education, and $50 million in special education funding.
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9/14/2016

Governor Wolf continues schools that teach tour to discuss historic education investment and new fair funding formula.
 
Governor Wolf continues schools that teach tour to highlight progress in education funding over the last two years, including: $415 million in basic education funding, $60 million for early childhood education, and $50 million in special education funding.
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9/10/2016

Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Announces New Sunday Hours, Lottery Sales at the Grand Opening of Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection Store in York
 
At a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the grand opening of a relocated Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection store in the West Manchester Town Center in York, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) today announced new Sunday hours and the debut of Pennsylvania Lottery sales at Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores across Pennsylvania.
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9/7/2016

Powderly Mine Fire Reclamation Will Eliminate Public Safety Hazards
 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Acting Secretary Patrick McDonnell led a special event today to acknowledge the continuing work to extinguish the underground mine fire at Powderly Creek in Carbondale, Lackawanna County, and to reclaim the abandoned mine land for future development. The work on the 82-acre site is designed to extinguish an underground mine fire believed to have been burning for decades, and eliminate public health and safety hazards, including dangerous highwalls and harmful gases from the fire.
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9/7/2016

Powderly Mine Fire Reclamation Will Eliminate Public Safety Hazards
 
Carbondale, PA - Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Acting Secretary Patrick McDonnell led a special event today to acknowledge the continuing work to extinguish the underground mine fire at Powderly Creek in Carbondale, Lackawanna County, and to reclaim the abandoned mine land for future development. The work on the 82-acre site is designed to extinguish an underground mine fire believed to have been burning for decades, and eliminate public health and safety hazards, including dangerous highwalls and harmful gases from the fire.
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9/7/2016

Auditor General DePasquale Says Pennsylvania Struggling to Get Accurate Count, Testing of Untested Rape Kits Calls for stakeholders to convene to ensure all 3,000+ kits can be tested, help victims find peace
 
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today announced that an eight-month review of the state's backlogged rape kits has shown inadequate communication to local law enforcement agencies, errors in the Department of Health's (DOH) report of kits and resource shortages that could lead to delayed justice for rape victims.
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