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3/7/2018

Memorial Service Held for Corrections Sgt. Mark Baserman
 
Corrections Secretary John Wetzel delivers remarks at the memorial service for Corrections Sgt. Mark Baserman, who was fatally injured as a result of an attack by an inmate at SCI Somerset last month.
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3/7/2018

Governor Wolf, PEMA Director to Provide Briefing on Winter Storm
 
Governor Tom Wolf and Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency Director Rick Flinn will provide an update on the winter storm currently affecting much of central and eastern Pennsylvania.
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3/7/2018

Governor Wolf, PEMA Director to Provide Briefing on Winter Storm
 
Governor Tom Wolf and Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency Director Rick Flinn provide an update on the winter storm currently affecting much of central and eastern Pennsylvania.
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3/2/2018

Governor Wolf Joins Representative Harris for Listening Session on Gun Violence in Philadelphia
 
Governor Tom Wolf today joined Representative Jordan Harris, Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency Chairman Charles Ramsey, and additional state and local leaders for a listening session on gun violence in Philadelphia.
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3/2/2018

Governor Wolf Joins Representative Harris for Listening Session on Gun Violence in Philadelphia
 
Governor Tom Wolf today joined Representative Jordan Harris, Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency Chairman Charles Ramsey, and additional state and local leaders for a listening session on gun violence in Philadelphia.
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3/1/2018

Governor Wolf Announces End to Policy that Delays Access to Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder
 
At a press conference at Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Upland today, Governor Tom Wolf announced an initiative to remove barriers to people receiving medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder. The governor followed the announcement with a tour of the Crozer-Keystone Health System's First Steps Treatment Center, one year into operation to provide holistic residential treatment for substance use disorder.
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3/1/2018

Governor Wolf Announces End to Policy that Delays Access to Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder
 
At a press conference at Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Upland today, Governor Tom Wolf announced an initiative to remove barriers to people receiving medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder. The governor followed the announcement with a tour of the Crozer-Keystone Health System's First Steps Treatment Center, one year into operation to provide holistic residential treatment for substance use disorder.
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2/28/2018

Officials Provide Update on Governor Wolf's Opioid Disaster Declaration Progress
 
Representatives from Governor Tom Wolf's Opioid Operations Command Center today provided an update on initiatives included in Governor Wolf's opioid disaster declaration and progress the group has made as it passes the halfway point of the 90-day disaster emergency period.
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2/28/2018

Officials Provide Update on Governor Wolf's Opioid Disaster Declaration Progress
 
Harrisburg, PA - Representatives from Governor Tom Wolf's Opioid Operations Command Center today provided an update on initiatives included in Governor Wolf's opioid disaster declaration and progress the group has made as it passes the halfway point of the 90-day disaster emergency period.
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2/27/2018

Wolf Administration Officials, Berks County Stone Supplier Show How to Safeguard Commerce, Avoid Spreading Spotted Lanternfly
 
To mark National Invasive Species Week, the Pennsylvania departments of Agriculture and Conservation and Natural Resources, along with representatives of the Governor's Invasive Species Council visited Rolling Rock Building Stone today to demonstrate the crucial role businesses can play in stopping the spread of Spotted Lanternfly - a destructive pest that threatens agricultural commodities and the export of all goods.
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2/27/2018

Wolf Administration Officials, Berks County Stone Supplier Show How to Safeguard Commerce, Avoid Spreading Spotted Lanternfly
 
To mark National Invasive Species Week, the Pennsylvania departments of Agriculture and Conservation and Natural Resources, along with representatives of the Governor's Invasive Species Council visited Rolling Rock Building Stone today to demonstrate the crucial role businesses can play in stopping the spread of Spotted Lanternfly - a destructive pest that threatens agricultural commodities and the export of all goods.
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2/27/2018

Wolf Administration Discusses Impacts of Eating Disorders, Recognizes Professionals Leading the Fight Against these Illnesses
 
Acting Health Secretary and Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine met today with survivors and industry leaders as part of Eating Disorder Awareness Week to discuss the support needed by individuals and their families affected by eating disorders, and to recognize professionals who are leading the fight against these life-threatening illnesses.
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2/26/2018

Problem Gambling Awareness Month Highlights Available Resources and Help
 
The Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP), the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, and the Pennsylvania Lottery today recognized the upcoming March observance of National Problem Gambling Awareness Month and urged the public to learn how to recognize the signs of a gambling problem.
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2/26/2018

Problem Gambling Awareness Month Highlights Available Resources and Help
 
The Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP), the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, and the Pennsylvania Lottery today recognized the upcoming March observance of National Problem Gambling Awareness Month and urged the public to learn how to recognize the signs of a gambling problem.
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2/26/2018

TREASURER TORSELLA UNVEILS UNIVERSAL CHILDREN'S SAVINGS ACCOUNTS FOR HIGHER ED
 
Pennsylvania Treasurer Joe Torsella today was joined by Senators John Gordner and Vincent Hughes, James Preston, CEO of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency, PHEAA Board Chair Rep. Michael Peifer and Vice-Chair Sen. Wayne Fontana, Rep. Duane Milne and others to announce a new program that would provide a $100 starter deposit to every child born or adopted in Pennsylvania to be used towards higher education expenses. A privately funded demonstration project will be available immediately in 6 Pennsylvania counties; the proposed legislation would extend it statewide.
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