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Wolf s former choice to lead state police has a new job overseeing state police
Mar 2, 2017 - Philadelphia Inquirer

HARRISBURG – Two years ago, Gov. Wolf lost a pitched battle with the Republican-controlled legislature over his controversial choice to head the Pennsylvania State Police.

This week, the Democratic governor quietly elevated that onetime nominee, Marcus Brown, to an executive office position with oversight over state public safety, criminal justice, and emergency preparedness agencies -- effectively giving Brown purview over the agency lawmakers once refused to allow him to lead.

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