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Gov. Wolf and Lt. Gov. Fetterman Renew Call for Legislature to Take up Legalization of Adult-Use Cannabis to Help with COVID Recovery, Restorative Justice

Governor Tom Wolf and Lt. Governor John Fetterman today called on the legislature to take up the legalization of adult-use cannabis to help with the state’s economic recovery amid COVID-19. Legalization will also create more outlets for important restorative justice programs in the commonwealth. “Now more than ever, we see a desperate need for the…

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El Gobernador Wolf y el Vicegobernador Fetterman renuevan el llamamiento a la legislatura para que se ocupe de la legalización del uso de cannabis en adultos con el fin de ayudar a la recuperación de la COVID-19, justicia restaurativa

En el día de la fecha, el Gobernador Tom Wolf y el Vicegobernador John Fetterman instaron a la legislatura a ocuparse de la legalización del uso de cannabis en adultos para ayudar a la recuperación económica del estado en medio de la pandemia de COVID-19. La legalización también creará más oportunidades en relación con programas…

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Wolf Administration: Ball Corporation Selects Luzerne County for New Manufacturing Plant That Will Create Approximately 230 New Jobs

Governor Tom Wolf announced that Ball Corporation will create approximately 230 new, good paying full-time jobs at its new aluminum beverage packaging plant in Pittston, Pennsylvania, in Luzerne County. Ball has pledged to invest approximately $360 million into the project over multiple years. “Ball Corporation has a longstanding presence in the international marketplace, and Pennsylvania…

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Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority Awards Funding to Support Business Expansion and Job Creation in Fayette County

Governor Tom Wolf announced a new low-interest loan approval through the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA) that will assist in the construction of a multi-occupancy building in Fayette County that could create up to 250 full-time jobs. “To create jobs, businesses need room to grow, and the commonwealth stands ready to provide assistance to developers…

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