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Registration now Open for PHFA’s May Housing Conference

The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency's Housing Forum planned for May includes four keynote speakers, 26 educational sessions, a bus tour of an innovative local...

School Breakfast Initiative Now Offering Grants to Schools in Pennsylvania

The Wolf Administration announced the availability of $600,000 in mini-grants for schools to implement or expand alternative breakfast programs and to make breakfast available...

Bill Would Prohibit Food Cell Phone Use, Food or Drink for...

School bus drivers would be banned from using cell phones or consuming any food or beverages while operating a school bus or vehicle transporting...

Senate Democrats Push to Aid Farmers, Bolster Local Agriculture, Develop Markets

Senate Democrats said they are sponsoring a three-bill legislative package designed to provide additional tax credits to farmers, encourage the use of locally sourced...

March Recognized as Problem Gambling Awareness Month in PA

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is recognizing March as Problem Gambling Awareness Month to promote resources intended to help individuals with a gambling addiction. As...

Clarity in State Law Regarding Mental Health Age of Consent for...

Mental health providers, parents, and children older than 14 deserve and need clear guidelines regarding consent for mental health treatment, said state Rep. Pam...

Manufacturing PA Initiative Funds 17 Projects to Spur Innovation in Manufacturing

Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of more than $1 million in grants through the Manufacturing PA initiative. The 17 projects receiving the funding...

Low Interest Loans from State to help Small Businesses Expand, Building...

Governor Tom Wolf announced four new low-interest loan approval through the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA) program. The loans will enable the expansion of...

Governor Implores Federal Government to Address Rising Health Care Costs

Gov. Tom Wolf today sent a letter to Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander, chairman of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, at...

Report: 1.75 Million Pennsylvania Workers Make $15 or Less Per Hour

Governor Tom Wolf today commented on the release of a new report that shows nearly half of Pennsylvania hourly-wage workers – more than 1.75 million Pennsylvanians...

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