Gov. Wolf encouraged Pennsylvanians to support small businesses as they’re critical to supporting the local workforce and economy.
Gov. Wolf visited teachers, students, and education stakeholders in Philadelphia to highlight his plan to build on his record education investments with an additional $1.9 billion for education from pre-k through college.
Gov. Wolf: Pennsylvania State Police Prepared to Implement Stricter Ghost Gun Regulations in CommonwealthApril 29, 2022
Gov. Wolf joined Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Col. Robert Evanchick to announce that, following the Biden Administration’s new final rule on ghost guns, Pennsylvania stands ready to implement the same regulation at the state level.
Gov. Wolf: Commonwealth Can Afford Investments in Pennsylvanians; Continues Push for $2,000 Direct Payments to PocketsApril 28, 2022
Gov. Wolf joined Rep. Manny Guzman in Reading to call on the GOP-led General Assembly to finally act to pass legislation that will send $2,000 checks to Pennsylvanians, funded by the American Rescue Plan Act.
First Lady Frances Wolf visited Bloomsburg University’s Basic Needs Shoppe, a food and basic needs pantry designed to support Bloomsburg students. She joined students and staff for a panel discussion on college hunger.