Last week, Governor Wolf announced, Resurface PA, a statewide initiative that will accelerate repaving work on interstates and attack potholes, reiterated his call for state lawmakers to pass gun safety measures, and denounced a bill that would take scarce resources that currently go to public schools and direct them to private schools.
Last week, Governor Wolf reiterated his commitment to save Medicaid for Pennsylvanians, announced nearly 200 new jobs, and released the first round of grants to help 200 schools make breakfast available for children.
Governor Tom Wolf and state emergency management officials are reminding citizens to monitor weather and roadway conditions as potentially heavy rains will bring the threat of flooding in urban areas and along creeks and rivers across the southern part of the state through Saturday.
May Jobs That Pay Update: Attracting Employers, Bolstering a Competitive Workforce, Improving InfrastructureMay 16, 2018
This month, Governor Wolf continued to welcome expanding companies to the Keystone State, launched numerous partnerships to provide critical skills to tomorrow’s workforce, and announced nearly a billion dollars in projects to improve Pennsylvania’s infrastructure and air quality.