Governor Tom Wolf applauded the state House for its overwhelming passage of Senate Bill 261, including the “window of justice” on the statute of limitations, to protect victims of child sexual abuse.
First Lady Frances Wolf Joins ‘Girls Who Code’ CEO to Highlight Investment in STEM Education for Young WomenSeptember 25, 2018
First Lady Frances Wolf joined Girls Who Code and members of the Pennsylvania Commission for Women at the William D. Kelley School in Philadelphia to highlight a $30 million investment Governor Tom Wolf is making in STEM and computer science learning through his PAsmart initiative.
Governor Wolf said it would be a failure of victims if Congress failed to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act before the end of the month when it is set to expire.
Governor Wolf praised the Pennsylvania House for agreeing to Rep. Mark Rozzi’s amendment to Senate Bill 261.
Following the return of the legislature, Governor Wolf renewed his call-to-action for the General Assembly to prioritize and deliver to his desk various outstanding and stalled legislative reforms to empower, protect, and support victims of crime, abuse, and harassment.