State Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman talks during a news conference in Harrisburg on Jan. 16, 2015, where he announced that he had reached a settlement with the NCAA to void all Penn State football sanctions.
State Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman talks during a news conference in Harrisburg on Jan. 16, 2015, where he announced that he had reached a settlement with the NCAA to void all Penn State football sanctions. Christopher Weddle Centre Daily Times, file
State Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman talks during a news conference in Harrisburg on Jan. 16, 2015, where he announced that he had reached a settlement with the NCAA to void all Penn State football sanctions. Christopher Weddle Centre Daily Times, file

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