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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — These Pennsylvania lotteries were drawn Tuesday:

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HARRISBURG – At the PA Open Air Farmers Market at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg last week, Wolf Administration officials reminded Pennsylvania’s low-income seniors and Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program recipients to obtain and use their vouchers from the Pennsylvania Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) to purchase fresh and local fruits, vegetables, and herbs from FMNP-approved farmers at farmers markets and farm stands across the commonwealth. Read more

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HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation last week backed Gov. Tom Wolf’s efforts to make Pennsylvania a leader in the development of clean hydrogen and ensure Pennsylvania’s competitiveness to be a Regional Clean Hydrogen Hub through an investment by the U.S. Department of Energy. The bipartisan statement of support signed by the congressional delegation and Wolf highlights Pennsylvania’s shared commitment to expand and modernize our industrial and manufacturing base with less carbon-intensive forms of energy. Read more

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COATESVILLE – Gov. Tom Wolf’s cabinet member, Department of Human Services Acting Secretary Meg Snead, was joined last week by Rep. Dan Williams at Coatesville City Hall to call on Pennsylvania’s General Assembly to finally act to support Pennsylvanians by passing legislation for the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)-funded $500 million PA Opportunity Program, which would send $2,000 checks to Pennsylvanians. Read more

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — One candidate is unabashedly blunt, willing to embrace progressive positions, doing little to build rapport with party leaders and dominating rooms with a 6-foot-8-inch frame. The other crafts a more moderate image, a deliberate public speaker who became a congressional aide out of college and has carefully cultivated relationships within the party ever since. Read more

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HARRISBURG – Following the approval of two vaccines by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Department of Health says vaccine providers across Pennsylvania are prepared to begin providing COVID-19 vaccinations for children six months and older beginning early this week. Read more

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READING – The Wolf Administration last week joined educators and students at Reading Area Community College (RACC) to highlight Gov. Tom Wolf’s plan for a new scholarship program to make college education more attainable for thousands of students and to build a pipeline of critically needed professionals in the fields of health care and education. Read more

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STEELTON – Department of Aging Secretary Robert Torres and Department of Human Services Acting Secretary Meg Snead were recently joined by Rep. Patty Kim and community leaders to echo Gov. Tom Wolf’s call for the Pennsylvania General Assembly to immediately use a portion of the $1.7 billion in unspent American Rescue Plan Act dollars to help older adults and individuals with disabilities through property tax and rent rebates to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

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