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10/20/2017

Governor Wolf Announces 60,000 Additional Naloxone Kits Available for First Responders Statewide
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf and first responders gathered in Homewood at Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire Station #17 to thank first responders and announce the increased availability of live-saving Naloxone to first responders and law enforcement across the state. The funding, available through the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, is being used to purchase approximately 60,000 Naloxone kits.
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10/20/2017

Governor Wolf Announces 60,000 Additional Naloxone Kits Available for First Responders Statewide
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf and first responders gathered in Homewood at Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire Station #17 to thank first responders and announce the increased availability of live-saving Naloxone to first responders and law enforcement across the state. The funding, available through the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, is being used to purchase approximately 60,000 Naloxone kits.
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10/20/2017

Governor Wolf urges vote on shale tax
 
Governor Wolf urges vote on shale tax
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10/19/2017

Governor Wolf Announces New Winter Travel Tool for Public, Administration Outlines Winter Preparations
 
With the winter season approaching, Governor Tom Wolf today announced that a new online tool is available to inform the public of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) operations this winter. He made the announcement in conjunction with a news conference that PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards held today outlining the agency's plans for winter services, and sharing job opportunities and driver preparation tips.
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10/17/2017

Wolf Administration Honors Students, Drivers at Pennsylvania
 
In a ceremony at the Governor's residence today, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Deputy Secretary for Driver and Vehicle Services Kurt Myers joined other Pennsylvania school bus safety advocates to underscore the Wolf Administration's commitment to highway safety by honoring nine students for communicating important school bus safety messages, and six school bus drivers for their superior driving skills.
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10/17/2017

Wolf Administration Honors Students, Drivers at Pennsylvania
 
In a ceremony at the Governor's residence today, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Deputy Secretary for Driver and Vehicle Services Kurt Myers joined other Pennsylvania school bus safety advocates to underscore the Wolf Administration's commitment to highway safety by honoring nine students for communicating important school bus safety messages, and six school bus drivers for their superior driving skills
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10/17/2017

Wolf Administration Awards $4 million in Grants for Medication-Assisted Treatment Programs to Battle Addiction Epidemic
 
The Wolf Administration today awarded $1 million grants to four organizations to build medication-assisted treatment programs for Pennsylvanians suffering from the disease of addiction. The announcement was made at Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute, a collaboration between Penn State Health and UPMC PinnacleHealth Systems.
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10/17/2017

Wolf Administration Awards $4 million in Grants for Medication-Assisted Treatment Programs to Battle Addiction Epidemic
 
The Wolf Administration today awarded $1 million grants to four organizations to build medication-assisted treatment programs for Pennsylvanians suffering from the disease of addiction. The announcement was made at Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute, a collaboration between Penn State Health and UPMC PinnacleHealth Systems.
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10/12/2017

Wolf Administration Launches Annual 'Stopping the Flu Starts with YOU' Campaign
 
Acting Health Secretary and Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine today launched the annual 'Stopping the Flu Starts with YOU' campaign, encouraging all Pennsylvanians to get vaccinated to prevent the spread of influenza.
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10/12/2017

Wolf Administration Launches Annual 'Stopping the Flu Starts with YOU' Campaign Urges all Pennsylvanians to Get Influenza Vaccine
 
Enola, PA - Acting Health Secretary and Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine today launched the annual 'Stopping the Flu Starts with YOU' campaign, encouraging all Pennsylvanians to get vaccinated to prevent the spread of influenza.
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10/12/2017

Auditor General DePasquale Surveys Find Majority of School Districts, Local Governments Concerned about Increasing Cybersecurity Risks
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said recent surveys conducted by his office show a majority of school districts and local government officials are concerned about cybersecurity and expect the risks will increase.
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10/12/2017

Auditor General DePasquale Surveys Find Majority of School Districts, Local Governments Concerned about Increasing Cybersecurity Risks
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said recent surveys conducted by his office show a majority of school districts and local government officials are concerned about cybersecurity and expect the risks will increase.
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10/11/2017

Governor Wolf Announces $217 Million in GO-TIME Savings in 2016-17 Fiscal Year
 
Governor Tom Wolf today announced more than $217 million in savings during the 2016-17 fiscal year from his administration's efforts to modernize government operations to reduce costs and improve efficiencies through the Governor's Office of Transformation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency (GO-TIME).
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10/11/2017

Governor Wolf Announces $217 Million in GO-TIME Savings in 2016-17 Fiscal Year
 
Governor Tom Wolf today announced more than $217 million in savings during the 2016-17 fiscal year from his administration's efforts to modernize government operations to reduce costs and improve efficiencies through the Governor's Office of Transformation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency (GO-TIME). The cumulative savings during the Wolf administration is over $373 million.
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10/10/2017

Wolf Administration Officials Announce New Apprenticeship Program for STEM 'Jobs that Pay' in Agriculture
 
Wolf administration officials today introduced a new apprenticeship program to prepare Agriculture Equipment Service Technicians for 'Jobs that Pay' by developing hands-on skills in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Pennsylvania will face more than 1,000 job openings as current Farm Equipment Mechanics and Service Technicians retire by 2027.
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