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ADVERTISEMENT The Area's Top Political Talk Show! Volpe Report SUNDAY MORNINGS 10:30 AM f FOX56 With the stroke of a pen, no transparency and no public input, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf last year ordered the closure of two state centers for people with intellectual and learning disabilities and he vetoed a bill earlier this year that would have allowed the centers to remain open. The governor's actions relating to White Haven Center in Luzerne County and the Polk Center in Southwestern Pennsylvania were followed by the filing of a civil rights lawsuit to save the centers with 13 plaintiffs, many of whom reside at the centers and nine defendants, one of whom is Governor Wolf, along with state agencies and other state officials. ON SUNDAY AT 10:30 a.m., THE VOLPE REPORT ON FOX56, the featured guests are Ann Winsock, the sister of one of the White Haven residents, and John Hirschauer, who is a public advocate for those who reside in institutions and their families. In the lead up to the governor's veto, Mr. Hirschauer testified before a senate committee on behalf of the residents of both centers. On Tuesday, during the FOX56 News at 10, tune in for Volpe's Views as Chuck comments on the U.S. Department of Justice inquiry into the way coronavirus cases were handled in nursing homes in the Keystone State. ADVERTISEMENT The Area's Top Political Talk Show! Volpe Report SUNDAY MORNINGS 10:30 AM f FOX56 With the stroke of a pen, no transparency and no public input, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf last year ordered the closure of two state centers for people with intellectual and learning disabilities and he vetoed a bill earlier this year that would have allowed the centers to remain open. The governor's actions relating to White Haven Center in Luzerne County and the Polk Center in Southwestern Pennsylvania were followed by the filing of a civil rights lawsuit to save the centers with 13 plaintiffs, many of whom reside at the centers and nine defendants, one of whom is Governor Wolf, along with state agencies and other state officials. ON SUNDAY AT 10:30 a.m., THE VOLPE REPORT ON FOX56, the featured guests are Ann Winsock, the sister of one of the White Haven residents, and John Hirschauer, who is a public advocate for those who reside in institutions and their families. In the lead up to the governor's veto, Mr. Hirschauer testified before a senate committee on behalf of the residents of both centers. On Tuesday, during the FOX56 News at 10, tune in for Volpe's Views as Chuck comments on the U.S. Department of Justice inquiry into the way coronavirus cases were handled in nursing homes in the Keystone State.