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What's next in the fight to privatize liquor

Like a fine wine, the fight over liquor privatization in Pennsylvania has gotten better with age.

And while it took a step toward fruition Thursday with passage in the House, it is still largely bottled up. 431 more words

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Wolf asks Obama for federal help in preventing oil train accidents

Governor Wolf has contacted President Obama about his concerns regarding oil train accidents in Pennsylvania.

The governor is asking for federal action to improve the safety of how oil is transported through the state. 865 more words

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PA Garden Expo opens Friday

This time of year, people start garden planning.  The Pa. Garden Expo has dozens of vendors to help inspire you.  At the very least, it is a great cure for the winter blues. 136 more words

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Kiosks re-launched for "Eat Smart, Play Smart" program

PinnacleHealth and Capital Blue-Cross teamed up to re-launch interactive technology aimed at helping students in the Harrisburg School District improve their health. It’s part of the “Eat Smart, Play Smart” program. 194 more words

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PUC votes to reclassify Verizon service

Telephone carrier Verizon will now have pricing freedom in some of the state’s most populated areas.

In a three to two vote, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission voted to declare basic local exchange service offered by Verizon as competitive. 118 more words

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Hundreds rally for "Good Jobs and Healthy Communities"

With less than a week until the new budget debate starts in Harrisburg, hundreds of people rallied at the capital for what they call a fair financial plan. 159 more words

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Pennsylvania Senators gather for 2015 Legislators Forum

Members of the Pennsylvania Senate gathered to discuss issues affecting communities in several different counties.

It’s part of the Harrisburg Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Legislators Forum held at the Hilton Harrisburg. 121 more words

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