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7/18/2019

AG Shapiro Announces New Grant to Combat Gun Straw Purchases in Philadelphia
 
PHILADELPHIA- Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced that the Office of Attorney General is providing Operation LIPSTICK with a $123,000 grant. With this grant, Operation LIPSTICK will partner with Mothers in Charge to implement outreach initiatives for women in the Philadelphia area to educate them about the dangers of straw purchases.
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7/18/2019

AG Shapiro Announces New Grant to Combat Gun Straw Purchases in Philadelphia
 
PHILADELPHIA- Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced that the Office of Attorney General is providing Operation LIPSTICK with a $123,000 grant. With this grant, Operation LIPSTICK will partner with Mothers in Charge to implement outreach initiatives for women in the Philadelphia area to educate them about the dangers of straw purchases.
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7/18/2019

Gov. Wolf, Lt. Gov. Fetterman Hit PA Ice Cream Trail Visit Highlights Wolf Administration's Commitment to Agriculture Industry
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf and Lt. Gov. John Fetterman dropped in at Urban Churn, Harrisburg, to celebrate Pennsylvania dairy and have their 2019Pennsylvania 'Pursue Your Scoops' Ice Cream Trail passports stamped.
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7/18/2019

Gov. Wolf, Lt. Gov. Fetterman Hit PA Ice Cream Trail
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf and Lt. Gov. John Fetterman dropped in at Urban Churn, Harrisburg, to celebrate Pennsylvania dairy and have their 2019Pennsylvania 'Pursue Your Scoops' Ice Cream Trail passports stamped.
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7/16/2019

Governor Wolf Joins Front Lines in Battle Against Spotted Lanternfly
 
Governor Tom Wolf today joined Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and representatives from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA), Penn State University, and USDA at a Harrisburg site populated with Spotted Lanternflies to view the treatment being conducted across the commonwealth.
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7/16/2019

Governor Wolf Joins Front Lines in Battle Against Spotted Lanternfly
 
Governor Tom Wolf today joined Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and representatives from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA), Penn State University, and USDA at a Harrisburg site populated with Spotted Lanternflies to view the treatment being conducted across the commonwealth.
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7/16/2019

Pennsylvania is Making Historic Investments in Education
 
Governor Tom Wolf joined parents, teachers and school administrators today at the Capitol to celebrate historic investments in education during the governor's tenure. Over the past five years the governor has secured a $1.4 billion increase in education funding from pre-k through college, including nearly $800 million for basic education, $140 million for special education, and $40 million for career and technical education provided by school districts.
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7/16/2019

Pennsylvania is Making Historic Investments in Education
 
Governor Tom Wolf joined parents, teachers and school administrators today at the Capitol to celebrate historic investments in education during the governor's tenure. Over the past five years the governor has secured a $1.4 billion increase in education funding from pre-k through college, including nearly $800 million for basic education, $140 million for special education, and $40 million for career and technical education provided by school districts.
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7/15/2019

Governor Wolf Honors Victims' Rights Boost with Ceremonial Bill Signing
 
Governor Tom Wolf today signed six bills that will expand protections and support for crime victims. He was joined by Pennsylvania Victim Advocate Jennifer Storm, legislators and advocates at the ceremonial bill signing. Gov. Wolf first signed the bills on June 28.
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7/15/2019

Governor Wolf Honors Victims' Rights Boost with Ceremonial Bill Signing
 
Governor Tom Wolf today signed six bills that will expand protections and support for crime victims. He was joined by Pennsylvania Victim Advocate Jennifer Storm, legislators and advocates at the ceremonial bill signing. Gov. Wolf first signed the bills on June 28.
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7/11/2019

Health Secretary to Add Anxiety Disorders and Tourette Syndrome to Medical Marijuana Program Serious Medical Conditions
 
Harrisburg, PA - Pennsylvania Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine today announced that effective July 20, anxiety disorders and Tourette syndrome will be approved serious medical conditions in the medical marijuana program based on the recommendation of the Medical Marijuana Advisory Board and a review of medical research on the use of marijuana to treat these conditions.
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7/11/2019

Health Secretary to Add Anxiety Disorders and Tourette Syndrome to Medical Marijuana Program Serious Medical Conditions
 
Pennsylvania Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine today announced that effective July 20, anxiety disorders and Tourette syndrome will be approved serious medical conditions in the medical marijuana program based on the recommendation of the Medical Marijuana Advisory Board and a review of medical research on the use of marijuana to treat these conditions.
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7/11/2019

AG Shapiro Launches Track + Trace Initiative Targeting Gun Violence in Pennsylvania
 
ERIE - Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced the launch of the Office of Attorney General's Pennsylvania Track + Trace Initiative. Track + Trace takes a collaborative, data-driven approach to decreasing gun trafficking and illegal transfers and ensuring illegal guns are taken out of neighborhoods across Pennsylvania.
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7/11/2019

AG Shapiro Launches Track + Trace Initiative Targeting Gun Violence in Pennsylvania
 
ERIE - Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced the launch of the Office of Attorney General's Pennsylvania Track + Trace Initiative. Track + Trace takes a collaborative, data-driven approach to decreasing gun trafficking and illegal transfers and ensuring illegal guns are taken out of neighborhoods across Pennsylvania.
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7/10/2019

Auditor General DePasquale: Replacing Keystone Exams with SATs Would Save Money, Help Students and Parents
 
In a new special report released today, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said Pennsylvania taxpayers are still spending tens of millions of dollars every year on the Keystone Exams, which have not been federally required for four years.
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