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AG Shapiro to Landlords: Pennsylvanians Cannot Be Evicted During State Emergency

Attorney General Josh Shapiro made clear that Pennsylvanians can not be evicted from their homes at this time. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered courts closed to eviction proceedings due...

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American Lung Association Tackles Coronavirus through Education, Advocacy, Research

As the nation seeks to slow the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, the American Lung Association is committed to guiding the public with information and resources on...

Penn State Health Augments Financial Services for Patients to Address COVID-19 Concerns

As patients and families navigate the challenges presented by COVID-19, Penn State Health has enhanced its financial counseling services, adding additional financial counselors and customer service representatives to assist...

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Auditor General DePasquale Urges State to Provide County, Local Governments Maximum Flexibility in Covering...

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale urged the General Assembly to make sure all options are on the table for counties and municipalities that are struggling to meet the cost of...

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Making a career change at any age is hard and the unknown can cause a lot of doubts and fear, but the greatest things in life are on the...

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Work Continues on PennDOT Emergency and Critical Highway and Bridge Infrastructure Projects

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced that 61 emergency and critical highway and bridge projects will be active statewide this week. While the normal highway and bridge construction...

Proposal to Issue Waivers to Reopen Pennsylvania’s Construction Industry

Citing the sweeping economic impact of the Governor’s COVID-19 business closure order, Senator Dave Arnold (R-48) is backing legislation that would allow for waivers for construction activities that use...

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AG Shapiro to Landlords: Pennsylvanians Cannot Be Evicted During State Emergency

Attorney General Josh Shapiro made clear that Pennsylvanians can not be evicted from their homes at this time. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered courts...

Pennsylvania to Allow Retired Health Care Professionals to Bolster COVID-19 Response

Pennsylvania is acting to enable retired health care professionals to assist with the COVID-19 response by waiving certain licensing regulations. Previously, the Department of State waived...

Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center confirms first COVID-19...

Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center confirmed its first inpatient fatality associated with the COVID-19 occurred today, Friday, March 27. The deceased...

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There will be very challenging times ahead for PA Universities. @dan_greenstein, Chancellor of @PASSHE, talks with @terrymadonna about the economic fallout of #COVID19 on our state system colleges. Watch at https://tinyurl.com/svjdzop

The coverup is always worse than the crime. #China https://www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2020-04-01/china-concealed-extent-of-virus-outbreak-u-s-intelligence-says#click=https://t.co/zAz4jwjPk4

Today is #NationalCensusDay!

A complete and accurate #2020census is important for everyone.

Census data determines resource allocation for things like school improvements, roads repairs, library funding & much more.

Fill out the census at http://2020census.gov

Getting an accurate #Census count helps fund many of our state’s programs. This includes things such as roads, schools, health care clinics and emergency response. It also ensures fairer elections and makes sure that our voices will be represented in Congress. #NationalCensusDay

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