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2/25/2015

Governor Wolf Announces Key Economic Development Pieces of Budget to Help to Rebuild the Middle Class Plan to Lower Corporate Tax Rates; Boost Manufacturing and Job Training
 
Bethlehem, PA -- Governor Tom Wolf today announced that his 2015-16 Budget will include significant reforms aimed at three goals for economic development and creating good-paying, middle class jobs: creating a pro-growth business climate; building Pennsylvania's manufacturing sector; and creating workforce partnerships for economic success.
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2/19/2015

First Lady Frances Wolf made a stop at King Elementary School in Lancaster as part of Governor Wolf's 'Schools that Teach Tour.'
 
First Lady Frances Wolf made a stop at King Elementary School in Lancaster as part of Governor Wolf's 'Schools that Teach Tour.' She held a roundtable discussion with school teachers and staff and then visited a classroom to read to the students.
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2/11/2015

Governor Wolf Proposes Education Reinvestment Plan Featuring Natural Gas Severance Tax
 
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf today proposed an education reinvestment plan featuring a severance tax on natural gas extraction as part of his solution to properly fund public education in the commonwealth.
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2/7/2015

Governor Wolf Attends Adjutant General of Pennsylvania Change of Responsibility Ceremony
 
Surrounded by members of Pennsylvania National Guard, Governor Tom Wolf today served as the presiding official for the Change of Responsibility Ceremony from Maj. Gen. Wesley E. Craig, the 51st adjutant general, to Maj. Gen. James R. Joseph, the 52nd adjutant general.
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2/5/2015

Governor Wolf Establishes Governor's Office of Transformation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency
 
Governor Tom Wolf today signed an executive order establishing the Governor's Office of Transformation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency, which will coordinate efforts driven by agency heads with input from state employees.
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2/2/2015

Groundhog Day
 
The Prognosticator of Prognosticators, Punxsutawney Phil, once again appeared at sunrise on February 2 at Gobbler's Knob in the Pennsylvania Wilds to make his annual prediction.
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1/29/2015

Governor Tom Wolf signed an executive order reinstating the moratorium on gas drilling in state parks and forests.
 
Governor Tom Wolf signed an Executive Order reinstating the moratorium on gas drilling in state parks and forests. The Executive Order was signed at Benjamin Rush State Park, located in the North East section of Philadelphia.
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1/26/2015

Governor Wolf Holds Press Conference At PEMA Headquarters To Give Winter Weather Update
 
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1/25/2015

Governor Tom Wolf Met with PennDOT Workers To Discuss Preparations Prior to Winter Weather Events
 
Yocumtown-This evening, Governor Tom Wolf met with PennDot workers at the Yocumtown stockpile off Interstate 83 in York County to discuss preparations prior to winter weather events over the next 48 hours.
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1/21/2015

Attorney General Kane's office cuts off major source of supply of oxycodone
 
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced charges against 22 individuals accused of running a sophisticated prescription drug forgery ring that operated in 44 of the Commonwealth's 67 counties.
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1/20/2015

Swearing-In and Inaugural Address of Lieutenant Governor Michael J. Stack III
 
The Swearing-In Ceremony of Lieutenant Governor Michael J. Stack III took place in the Senate Chamber of the Pennsylvania State Capitol.
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1/20/2015

Swearing-In Ceremony of the 47th Governor of Pennsylvania Tom Wolf
 
Tom Wolf of York was sworn in as Pennsylvania's 47th Governor. Wolf was administered the Oath of Office by Judge Penny Blackwell.
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1/20/2015

Timelapse - Gov. Tom Wolf Inaugural Celebration Setup
 
The setup at Hershey Lodge for the Inaugural Celebration.
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1/20/2015

Timelapse - Gov. Tom Wolf Inauguration Setup
 
Tom Wolf of York was sworn in as Pennsylvania's 47th Governor. Wolf was administered the Oath of Office by Judge Penny Blackwell.
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1/14/2015

Auditor General DePasquale Says Underfunded Municipal Pension Liability Now $7.7 Billion, Up $1 Billion in Two Years Updated pension report reinforces need for swift legislative action
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said Pennsylvania's underfunded municipal pension liability has now grown to $7.7 billion, an increase of $1 billion over a two-year period.
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