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5/8/2015

Aviation in Washington County
 
Learn more about how the elimination of the fixed-wing exemption has positively impacted the aviation industry in Washington County.
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5/7/2015

PennDOT, Partners Host Demonstration of Safety Enhancing Pavement Innovation
 
Representatives of PennDOT and North Cornwall Township, Lebanon County, joined the Federal Highway Administration and the State Transportation Innovation Council today to host a regional demonstration day bringing together key stakeholders to exhibit the application of an innovative, safety enhancing pavement surface treatment.
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5/7/2015

PennDOT, Partners Host Demonstration of Safety Enhancing Pavement Innovation
 
Representatives of PennDOT and North Cornwall Township, Lebanon County, joined the Federal Highway Administration and the State Transportation Innovation Council today to host a regional demonstration day bringing together key stakeholders to exhibit the application of an innovative, safety enhancing pavement surface treatment.
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5/4/2015

PA Dept. of Insurance Highmark Public Hearing
 
Highmark Insurance Public Hearing
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5/4/2015

Construction Beginning on Public-Private Bridge Replacement Project
 
Cressona, PA - Standing on the site where parts for the state's newest bridges will be fabricated, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Secretary Leslie S. Richards today announced that construction on the Rapid Bridge Replacement Program, a public-private partnership (P3) with Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners (PWKP), is starting this month.
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4/27/2015

Acknowledgement of Paternity Form
 
Step-By-Step Instructions to Completing this Form
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4/27/2015

Auditor General DePasquale Says Audit Shows
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said a recent audit of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education shows that it needs more consistent policies related to grievance procedures and notices of non-discrimination required by Title IX to address sexual discrimination and sexual violence on campuses. He also urged system officials to continue efforts to keep tuition affordable.
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4/27/2015

Auditor General DePasquale Says Audit Shows PASSHE Must Make Improvements in Policies, Procedures Related to Campus Safety Says State System efforts to keep tuition affordable
 
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said a recent audit of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education shows that it needs more consistent policies related to grievance procedures and notices of non-discrimination required by Title IX to address sexual discrimination and sexual violence on campuses. He also urged system officials to continue efforts to keep tuition affordable.
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4/22/2015

Auditor General DePasquale Says L&I was Negligent in Implementing Law Regarding Excessive Overtime for Healthcare Workers
 
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said an audit of the Department of Labor and Industry's implementation of a 2008 law to protect healthcare workers from excessive mandatory overtime shows the department was negligent in responding to healthcare complaints and in developing regulations giving the agency the legal authority to enforce the act.
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4/22/2015

Auditor General DePasquale Says LandI was Negligent in Implementing Law Regarding Excessive Overtime for Healthcare Workers
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said an audit of the Department of Labor and Industry's implementation of a 2008 law to protect healthcare workers from excessive mandatory overtime shows the department was negligent in responding to healthcare complaints and in developing regulations giving the agency the legal authority to enforce the act.
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4/17/2015

PA Turnpike Maintenance Workers Appeal to Motorists in New Safety Promotion
 
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission announced today that it will launch a major safety initiative to urge motorists to slow down in work zones.
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4/16/2015

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission announced that it will launch a major safety initiative to urge motorists to slow down in work zones.
 
The campaign - which comes less than a year after Turnpike maintenance employee Bill McGuigan was killed in a Chester County work zone - will tout "Operation Orange Squeeze," where state troopers conduct speed enforcement from construction vehicles inside work areas.
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4/15/2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 15, 2015 Governor Wolf Continues 'Jobs that Pay' Tour at the Energy Technology Education Center
 
Lycoming Co, PA - Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf visited the Energy Technology Education Center (ShaleTEC). During his visit, Governor Wolf discussed his 2015 - 2016 budget proposal, which contains a significant investment in workforce development and a boost in funding f or Pennsylvania's most successful, in - demand public post - secondary programs that work to meet the needs of regional and statewide employers.
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4/15/2015

Governor Wolf Continues 'Jobs that Pay' Tour at the Energy Technology Education Center
 
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf visited the Energy Technology Education Center (ShaleTEC). During his visit, Governor Wolf discussed his 2015-2016 budget proposal, which contains a significant investment in workforce development and a boost in funding for Pennsylvania's most successful, in-demand public post-secondary programs that work to meet the needs of regional and statewide employers.
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4/9/2015

TRAINING TO PREVENT CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES PROVEN EFFECTIVE; SUE PATERNO URGES BROAD ADOPTION NATIONWIDE
 
A new child sexual abuse prevention-training program aimed at helping to create a culture of prevention on college campuses is now available for colleges and universities nationwide after a successful two-year pilot program between Stop it Now! and Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education. Deborah Donovan Rice, Project Director for the Circles of Safety for Higher Education, today presented the findings to the State System's Board of Governors at its quarterly meeting. In attendance was Sue Paterno, who personally funded nearly the entire $220,000 cost of the pilot program and who is urging college campuses nationwide to consider adopting the training.
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