Governor Wolf and his administration’s Opioid Command Center, including the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs and Pennsylvania State Police, encourages all Pennsylvanians to take part in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s 16th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day initiative tomorrow, October 27, 2018.
Governor Wolf: $2.5 Million Available to Connect Teachers and Local Employers, Boosting Job Training for StudentsOctober 25, 2018
Governor Wolf announced that $2.5 million is available for Teacher in the Workplace grants that will partner school districts with local businesses, resulting in new career opportunities for students.
Governor Wolf is providing students with more options to meet high school graduation requirements than a high stakes tests by signing Act 158 of 2018.
Governor Tom Wolf created new protections and supports for children of human trafficking and sexual exploitation by signing Senate Bill 554, now Act 130 of 2018.
One year after he first called on legislators to pass a package of domestic violence bills, Governor Wolf signed the remaining piece of legislation from that package into law.