Governor Wolf speaks on gun violence

Gov. Wolf Asks Legislature to Join Efforts to Combat Community Gun Violence

Governor Tom Wolf, joined by legislators, community leaders, advocates, and students at Parkway Northwest High School for Peace and Social Justice asked the General Assembly to help combat community gun violence and support prevention and reduction efforts by approving $6 million proposed in his 2020-21 budget. “Too many Pennsylvanians have been traumatized by gun violence, […]

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Governor Wolf Announces Expansion of Boating Parts Manufacturer, Creation of 97 New Jobs in Berks County

Governor Tom Wolf announced that Seakeeper, a manufacturer of gyroscopes for boats, is expanding its existing Berks County manufacturing operation and moving its Maryland headquarters to Pennsylvania. The project will create nearly 100 family-sustaining jobs in the region. “Just as boats need gyroscopes, businesses need guidance to stabilize and optimize their operations,” said Gov. Wolf. […]

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Teacher Makes Case For Raising Minimum Salary in Call with Gov. Wolf

Governor Tom Wolf called a Washington County teacher to discuss his plan to raise the minimum teacher salary in Pennsylvania from $18,500 to $45,000 per year. The teacher is one of more than 3,200 who would benefit from the salary increase statewide. “Providing high-quality education is one of my priorities, and that includes making sure […]

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Gov. Wolf’s Scholarship Proposal Will Help Thousands of College Students Learn and Stay in Pennsylvania

Governor Tom Wolf today visited Pennsbury High School in Bucks County to meet with students and parents about the rising costs of higher education. The governor discussed his historic scholarship proposal to help thousands of lower- and middle-class students attend one of the 14 universities in the state system. Unveiled during his budget address, the […]