We decided it was important to file suit to get the money and to show that we have diligently enforced the agreementPa. sues to get all tobacco dollars May 02, 2006
Tampering with official records for personal or family gain is a serious violation of the public trust. Our citizens depend on people in public positions, including school employees, to protect the safety and security of these records and not use confidential information for their own benefitSecretary charged with grade changing Jun 26, 2009
Nothing we build in stone and mortar can sufficiently honor the deedsFlight 93 passengers, crew honored in Pa. Sep 11, 2011
Thomas W. Corbett (born June 17, 1949) is the 46th and current Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, United States. He is a former Attorney General of Pennsylvania and was elected to that office in 2004 and reelected in 2008. He is a member of the Republican Party. Corbett also served as the Pennsylvania Attorney General from 1995 until 1997 when he was appointed by Governor Tom Ridge to fill the unexpired term of Ernie Preate, following Preate's indictment.
Corbett received his Bachelor's degree from Lebanon Valley College and was employed as a 9th grade teacher for one year. Corbett then earned his J.D. from St. Mary's University Law School. He served in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard 28th Infantry Division from 1971 to 1984, rising to the rank of Captain.
Corbett's career has been split between private practice and civil service. He began his legal career as an assistant district attorney in Pittsburgh's Allegheny County. After three and a half years, he was hired in 1980 as assistant United States Attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania.