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Gov. Wolf: As Powerful Winter Storms Reach Pennsylvania, Travelers Should Prepare and Heed Forecasts

On the busiest travel weekend of the year and with ice and snow forecast tonight through Tuesday, Governor Tom Wolf is alerting all Pennsylvanians and travelers to the state to be prepared for potentially significant travel impacts. “As always, the safety of everyone in the state is my priority,” Gov. Wolf said. “The Thanksgiving holiday…

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Governor Wolf Signs Bills Raising Tobacco Age to 21, Supporting Rural Health Model, and Allowing Hunting on Three Sundays

Governor Tom Wolf signed House Bill 97 and Senate Bill 473, which amends tobacco legislation to prohibit the sale of any tobacco, nicotine or related item to anyone under 21 years of age. The legislation also expands the definition of a tobacco product to include e-cigarettes and other vaping products, and expressly prohibits the possession…

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Gov. Wolf to Nominate Yassmin Gramian to Serve as Secretary of PennDOT

Governor Tom Wolf announced today his intention to nominate current Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Executive Deputy Secretary Yassmin Gramian, P.E., to serve as Secretary of the department. “Yassmin Gramian has proven herself a capable leader and knowledgeable infrastructure planner in her more than 30 years of experience as a project engineer,” said Gov. Wolf. “Her…

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Gov. Wolf Signs Three Bills to Protect Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Governor Tom Wolf, joined by Attorney General Josh Shapiro, bill sponsors Reps. Mark Rozzi, Todd Stephens, and Jim Gregory; legislators; advocates and survivors of childhood sexual abuse, signed three bills that mirror the Grand Jury’s recommendations after its investigation into child sexual abuse by Catholic clergy. “After tireless and passionate work on the part of…

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