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7/28/2015

The Commonwealth Victim Advocate and Pennsylvania State Police Improve Notifications to Victims of Sexually Violent Predators
 
Harrisburg, PA - Commonwealth Victim Advocate Jennifer R. Storm and Pennsylvania State Police Captain Scott C. Price today announced a new partnership that ensures all victims receive timely notifications when a sexually violent predator is identified by the courts.
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7/23/2015

PennDOT, Department of Labor & Industry, Stakeholders Celebrate Transportation Advances in the 25 Years after Americans with Disabilities Act
 
PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards joined Labor and Industry Executive Director for the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation David DeNotaris to celebrate transportation advances in the 25 years after the Americans with Didsabilities Act.
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7/23/2015

PennDOT, Department of Labor & Industry, Stakeholders Celebrate Transportation Advances in 25 Years after Americans with Disabilities Act
 
Harrisburg, PA - PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards today joined Labor & Industry executive director for the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation David DeNotaris, and the Statewide Independent Living Council to celebrate Pennsylvania's progress in transportation accessibility in the 25 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted.
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7/23/2015

Isenhour Announced as Chief of Staff; McGinty Leaves Wolf Administration
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf named Mary Isenhour Chief of Staff following the announcement that Katie McGinty had stepped down effective July 23.
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7/22/2015

Secretary Quigley opens inaugural Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force meeting
 
Department of Environmental Protection Secretary John Quigley today called to order first meeting of the Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force (PITF) this afternoon at the DEP South Central Regional Office.
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7/22/2015

Secretary Quigley opens inaugural Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force meeting
 
HARRISBURG, PA - Department of Environmental Protection Secretary John Quigley today called to order first meeting of the Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force (PITF) this afternoon at the DEP South Central Regional Office.
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7/14/2015

Attorney General Kane today announced the arrest of Stephen R. Reed.
 
Attorney General Kane announces criminal charges against former Harrisburg Mayor Stephen Reed
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7/14/2015

Attorney General Kane today announced the arrest of Stephen R. Reed.
 
Attorney General Kane today announced the arrest of Stephen R. Reed.
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7/11/2015

Skid Bike
 
Skid Bike Promo Video
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7/7/2015

PA Turnpike Celebrates Opening of Route 903 'E-ZPass-Only' Interchange
 
New $40 million connection provides enhanced safety and access for region.
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7/7/2015

PA Turnpike Celebrates Opening of Route 903 'E-ZPass-Only' Interchange
 
New $40 million connection provides enhanced safety and access for region
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7/7/2015

PA Turnpike Commission Approves 2016 Toll Increase
 
Tolls set to increase by six percent on Jan. 3, 2016.
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7/7/2015

PA Turnpike Commission Approves 201 6 Toll Increase
 
HARRISBURG, PA. (Ju ly 7, 201 5 ) - The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) today approved a six p ercent toll increase for both E - ZPass and cash customers; the toll increase will take effect at 12:01 a.m. on Jan. 3 , 201 6 . While the increase affects cash and E - ZPass rates similarly, E - ZPass customers will continue to save as much as 35 percent on PA Turnpike tolls next year . The E - ZPass discount was introduced in 2011 ; today, more than three - fourths of PA Turnpike travelers pay with E - ZPass .
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6/30/2015

Governor Tom Wolf Vetoes Budget that Fails to Address Pennsylvania's Most Pressing Issues
 
Harrisburg, PA- Governor Tom Wolf tonight vetoed the Republican budget that fails to address the core issues facing Pennsylvania, including a structural budget deficit, a drastically underfunded school system, and rising property taxes for seniors and middle-class families. The Republican budget is unbalanced and built on one-time revenues that lead to a $3 billion deficit.
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6/30/2015

Governor Tom Wolf Vetoes Budget that Fails to Address Pennsylvania's Most Pressing Issues
 
Harrisburg, PA- Governor Tom Wolf tonight vetoed the Republican budget that fails to address the core issues facing Pennsylvania, including a structural budget deficit, a drastically underfunded school system, and rising property taxes for seniors and middle-class families. The Republican budget is unbalanced and built on one-time revenues that lead to a $3 billion deficit.
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