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See What’s in the 2016-17 Budget

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first_img2. addiction treatment funding When Governor Wolf took office, Pennsylvania was facing a deficit of more than $2 billion, and while we have more work to do, today, the commonwealth’s deficit has been significantly reduced. Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Budget News,  Education,  Government That Works,  Schools That Teach,  Substance Use Disorder,  The Blog,  Videos During the 2016-2017 budget season, we accomplished three important priorities that are critical to moving Pennsylvania forward. Working with the legislature, Governor Wolf secured increased funding for our schools, resources to battle the commonwealth’s opioid epidemic, and greatly reduced our deficit. July 14, 2016 By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf Funding our schools has always been a top priority for Governor Wolf. In this budget, he was able to secure an additional $200 million in basic education funding, as well as a $30 million increase for early childhood education, a $20 million increase for special education, and a $10 million increase for early intervention, and a nearly $40 million increase for higher education. Working with the legislature, Governor Wolf has secured historic increases in less than two years:$415 million in basic education funding.$60 million for early childhood education.$50 million in special education funding.$14.6 million for early intervention$81.4 million for PASSHE and state-related schools.$16.4 million for Community Colleges. Governor Wolf was able to work with the legislature to secure $20.4 million in the budget to combat Pennsylvania’s heroin crisis and expand treatment options for Pennsylvanians struggling with opioid use disorder. This critical funding will enable the Department of Human Services, during phase one, to implement 20 Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) Centers of Excellence that will treat approximately 4,500 people that currently are not able to access treatment. 3. deficit reduction   SHARE  TWEET See What’s in the 2016-17 Budget 1. education funding SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Steelers GM talks Antonio Brown trade rumors: ‘Interest has grown’

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first_imgColbert said last week three teams reached out regarding a possible trade for Brown, though more have emerged since then.”Interest has grown,” Colbert said. Related News Antonio Brown could stay closer to Pittsburgh than originally anticipated.During his Wednesday press conference at the NFL combine in Indianapolis, Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert addressed the ongoing rumors involving disgruntled receiver Antonio Brown, who recently requested a trade from the team that drafted him in 2010. Colbert confirmed the Steelers “haven’t eliminated anybody” as a possible trade partner, adding that the team would need premium compensation to trade him within the AFC North.”Ideally you want to trade him to somebody you’ll never play but you can’t do that, because if you’re good enough to get to the Super Bowl, you have to play him any way,” Colbert said. “The less you would play him, the better, but if a team comes through with the best compensation, we have to balance that out. Cardinals GM on Josh Rosen rumors: He’s our QB ‘right now’ “Okay, we’re going to play him, twice a year, but we’re going to get the best compensation, so it’s our job to do the better job with the compensation and you have to weigh that all into the discussion.”It had been reported that the Steelers preferred to send Brown to an NFC team for competitive reasons and that “the Patriots and AFC North rivals are considered no-trade zones.”Colbert has reiterated that the team won’t make moves that ultimately don’t benefit the franchise.last_img read more

Free Downtown Olympia Waterfront Art Tours Start July 28

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first_imgSubmitted by City of OlympiaLooking for a great FREE activity for yourself or out-of-town guests?  Take a guided tour along Olympia’s scenic waterfront to learn about the public art that is both shaped by and defines our community.  Sponsored by the Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation and the Olympia Arts Commission, tours leave every Saturday July 28 through September 29 at 11:00 am from the bell in front of the Olympia Farmer’s Market near the traffic circle.Tours take approximately one hour and include information on “Triumph of the Vegetables”, “Motherhood”, “Tide Pool of Time”, “Kujira 1”, “The Kiss”, “South Sound Map”, and the “Percival Plinth Project.”For more information, call Olympia Arts & Events at 360.709.2678. Facebook6Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

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