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Governor Wolf to Congress: Fight for Better Health Care, Not Partisan Politics

While we can be grateful that President Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress failed at this attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with the AHCA -- which if it had passed would have meant the loss of health insurance for millions -- that does not mean that the fight is over.

By | March 24th, 2017|Bill Peduto, Social Justice|0 Comments

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Last Call to Sign Up to March in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade!

Pittsburgh will hold its annual St. Patrick's Day parade tomorrow. This is your last chance to sign up to show your support for Mayor Bill Peduto by marching with him and your friends and neighbors in this iconic Pittsburgh event. This is a fun, family-friendly event where wearing all things green is encouraged. Come out and make a day of it!

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Talking Pittsburgh w/ Mayor Peduto Episode 3

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About Mayor Peduto

Bill Peduto was elected as Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh in 2013. He has dedicated his career to preserving the unique character of Pittsburgh that so many of us love, while making sure that we work together to make Pittsburgh a place that works for all.

Mayor Peduto has spent his time in office putting people first. He has invested millions of dollars into affordable and mixed-income housing, so that no one in Pittsburgh has to be left behind through our economic growth. He has worked with stakeholders to invest in our future by providing summer employment opportunities for our youth. Mayor Peduto has helped to address food insecurity through the city’s free afterschool meals program, serving children and people with disabilities.

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