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5/15/2019

Statewide Local Government Leaders Join Governor Wolf to Rally for Restore Pennsylvania
 
Harrisburg, PA - Governor Tom Wolf and Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman today were joined by state, county, and local government leaders from across the commonwealth to rally for Restore Pennsylvania. Leaders called on the legislature to support the aggressive infrastructure plan, citing the need for resources to expand broadband access to every Pennsylvanian, combat blight, prevent flooding, expand green infrastructure, and provide opportunities to build a modern, interconnected commonwealth.
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5/15/2019

Statewide Local Government Leaders Join Governor Wolf to Rally for Restore Pennsylvania
 
Governor Tom Wolf and Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman today were joined by state, county, and local government leaders from across the commonwealth to rally for Restore Pennsylvania. Leaders called on the legislature to support the aggressive infrastructure plan, citing the need for resources to expand broadband access to every Pennsylvanian, combat blight, prevent flooding, expand green infrastructure, and provide opportunities to build a modern, interconnected commonwealth.
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5/13/2019

Wolf Administration, State Officials Tout Cycling Improvements, Opportunities and Benefits in Pennsylvania
 
To mark the start of Bike to Work week, the Wolf Administration announced a series of planned improvements and opportunities for bicyclists during an event featuring a bike ride around Harrisburg by cabinet members and other state officials.
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5/13/2019

Wolf Administration, State Officials Tout Cycling Improvements, Opportunities and Benefits in Pennsylvania
 
Harrisburg, PA - To mark the start of Bike to Work week, the Wolf Administration announced a series of planned improvements and opportunities for bicyclists during an event featuring a bike ride around Harrisburg by cabinet members and other state officials.
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5/13/2019

Applying for Veterans Benefits Should Never Come with a Fee
 
The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) reminded veterans and their dependents that they should never pay for assistance to apply for veterans' benefits. Federal and state laws make provisions for accredited veteran service officers to provide free advice and assistance for all to access their veterans' benefits.
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5/11/2019

PennDOT Holds Free Motorcycle Safety Event
 
Today, PennDOT held a Live Free Ride Alive Motorcycle Safety Day at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg. This free community event featured a variety of activities with a focus on safety, designed to challenge riders' skills on and off their motorcycles.
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5/11/2019

PennDOT Holds Free Motorcycle Safety Event
 
Today, PennDOT held a Live Free Ride Alive Motorcycle Safety Day at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg. This free community event featured a variety of activities with a focus on safety, designed to challenge riders' skills on and off their motorcycles.
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5/10/2019

Governor Wolf's STEM Competition Honors Student Teams
 
With expanding science and technology education a top priority of the Wolf administration, the Department of Education (PDE) today proudly announced the winners of the fifth annual Governor's STEM Competition held at the Dixon University Center.
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5/10/2019

Governor Wolf's STEM Competition Honors Student Teams
 
With expanding science and technology education a top priority of the Wolf administration, the Department of Education (PDE) today proudly announced the winners of the fifth annual Governor's STEM Competition held at the Dixon University Center.
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5/9/2019

Auditor General DePasquale Holding Cyber and Charter Schools Accountable for Child Abuse Reporting Policies
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said that a review of 179 cyber and charter schools found a vast majority lacked updated policies on reporting child abuse until he contacted them this spring - and that nine schools flatly ignored his repeated requests to produce their reporting policies.
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5/9/2019

Auditor General DePasquale Holding Cyber and Charter Schools Accountable for Child Abuse Reporting Policies
 
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said that a review of 179 cyber and charter schools found a vast majority lacked updated policies on reporting child abuse until he contacted them this spring - and that nine schools flatly ignored his repeated requests to produce their reporting policies.
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5/9/2019

Wolf Administration Works to Increase Awareness of Ticks, Lyme Disease as Weather Warms
 
Today, officials from the departments of Health, Environmental Protection and Conservation and Natural Resources highlighted the state's tick surveillance program and offered tips on how residents can protect themselves from tick bites.
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5/9/2019

Wolf Administration Works to Increase Awareness of Ticks, Lyme Disease as Weather Warms
 
Today, officials from the departments of Health, Environmental Protection and Conservation and Natural Resources highlighted the state's tick surveillance program and offered tips on how residents can protect themselves from tick bites.
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5/8/2019

Wolf Administration, USDA, Penn State Tour Lancaster County, Highlighting How PA Farm Bill Will Help Battle Spotted Lanternfly
 
Lancaster, PA - On the heels of the first Spotted Lanternfly hatch of the season, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding was joined by representatives from USDA and Penn State. Officials outlined how the proposed PA Rapid Response Disaster Readiness Account in the PA Farm Bill will expand efforts to contain the destructive pest. They also toured Lancaster-based Central Penn Transportation and Lancaster County Central Park for a demonstration of control methods.
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5/8/2019

Wolf Administration, USDA, Penn State Tour Lancaster County, Highlighting How PA Farm Bill Will Help Battle Spotted Lanternfly
 
On the heels of the first Spotted Lanternfly hatch of the season, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding was joined by representatives from USDA and Penn State. Officials outlined how the proposed PA Rapid Response Disaster Readiness Account in the PA Farm Bill will expand efforts to contain the destructive pest. They also toured Lancaster-based Central Penn Transportation and Lancaster County Central Park for a demonstration of control methods.
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