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Wolf Administration Continues Efforts to Address PFAS Contamination

Horsham, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf was joined by Representative Todd Stephens and Representative Meghan Schroeder to announce new funding to help address PFAS contamination in Horsham, Warminster, Warrington, and Warwick townships. “Republican or Democrat, senator or representative, every elected official understands that clean drinking water is a critical issue,” Gov. Wolf said. “We…

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Gov. Wolf: Pennsylvanians Need to Heed Heat Warnings

Harrisburg, PA – As record-high temperatures and heat watches and warnings exist across the state today through Monday, Governor Tom Wolf is asking all Pennsylvanians to heed advice to stay informed, aware and take precautions against heat-related illnesses. Temperatures in the 90s, combined with high humidity over the weekend, can lead to dangerous, even deadly…

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Gov. Wolf Signs Sixth Opioid Disaster Declaration Renewal, Announces New Initiatives

Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today signed the sixth renewal of his opioid disaster declaration, put in to place in January 2018 as a mechanism for state agencies, third-party organizations and stakeholders to work collaboratively, loosen regulations that slow down access to treatment, and increase efforts on prevention, treatment, and recovery for thousands of…

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Gov. Wolf Signs Bill to Develop CPR Curriculum

Harrisburg, PA – Today, Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law Act 7 of 2019, formerly Senate Bill 115, which will require the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) to create potentially life-saving curriculum for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). “I’m proud to sign into law this important life-saving measure. Each additional set of hands trained to do CPR…

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