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Wolf Signs Bill Putting Secondary Schools Under PA Anti-Hazing LawThe sponsor of the bill now signed into law, Harrisburg area House Republican Ron Marsico, says hazing is not just a frat house phenomenon.
PA Lawmakers Work To Clarify Background Check LawChanges to the child protection law made in 2014, after the Jerry Sandusky scandal, mandated background checks for people who have routine contact with children, or are responsible for a child’s welfare.
TV Show To Feature Search For Wilt's 100-Point Game BallOn Sunday night, a Smithsonian Channel program will feature the search for the one of the most iconic artifacts in Philadelphia sports history; the ball from Wilt Chamberlain’s epic 100-point game in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Governor Wolf Signs Ignition Interlocks BillAs promised, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has signed a bill that will that will provide for ignition interlock systems to be used by many first time DUI offenders in the state.
Governor Wolf To Sign Bill Creating New School Funding FormulaA spokesman says Governor Tom Wolf will sign a bill implementing a new funding formula for Pennsylvania schools.
Board Allows Beer Sales At More Businesses With Gas PumpsThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is granting nine more licenses to businesses that sell gasoline.
Gaming Expansion Fails First Votes In PA HouseSupporters of expanded gaming in Pennsylvania suffered a setback in the state House Tuesday.
Auditor General: 42,000 Child Abuse Hotline Calls Unanswered Last YearAuditor General Eugene DePasquale says an audit shows 42,000 calls to Pennsylvania’s ChildLine went unanswered in 2015.
Foul Email To Environmental Activists Preceded DEP Secretary's ResignationPennsylvania’s former secretary of environmental protection unleashed an obscene e-mail rant several weeks before he stepped down last week.
Pennsylvania Senate Votes To Relax Liquor Laws For DNCA bill that would relax Pennsylvania’s stringent liquor laws for this summer’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia has made it through the state Senate.
Governor Wolf To Sign Bill Requiring Ignition Interlocks For First Time DUI OffendersA spokesman says Governor Tom Wolf will sign a bill now on the way to his desk that will provide for ignition interlock systems to be used by many first time DUI offenders in Pennsylvania.
Wolf To Sign 9-1-1 Privacy BillA spokesman says Governor Wolf will sign a bill headed to his desk that is intended to protect the privacy of 9-1-1- callers.

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