Governor Wolf announced his support for universal testing of blood-lead levels in all Pennsylvania children under the age of two to determine who is at risk for lead poisoning and where children with the highest and lowest blood-lead levels reside.
Governor Wolf Reminds Pennsylvanians that Law to Increase Penalties for Endangering Children is Now in EffectAugust 29, 2017
Governor Wolf reminded Pennsylvanians that Act 12 of 2017, renewing the commonwealth’s commitment to the safety of its children and increasing penalties for those who carelessly and flagrantly endanger them, is now in effect after the 60-day implementation phrase that began June 29.
Governor Wolf announced that six airmen from the Pennsylvania Air National Guard’s 193rd Special Operations Wing (SOW) in Middletown, Dauphin County, departed last night to assist with communications efforts in Texas as Hurricane Harvey continues to soak the Gulf Coast.
September is National Recovery Month, and Pennsylvania is celebrating people who successfully live in recovery from addiction to alcohol, opioids, or other drugs.
Governor Wolf reminded Pennsylvanians that the first significant strengthening of Pennsylvania’s animal protection statutes in nearly 30 years, Act 10 of 2017, becomes law today.