Governor Tom Wolf today commented on the release of a letter from 38 economists in Pennsylvania supporting an increase in the minimum wage to $15 by 2025. Governor Wolf said the backing from economists shows the need to raise Pennsylvania’s minimum wage for the first time in a decade.
Gov. Wolf Thanks Pennsylvanians for Record Response to Recreational Marijuana Listening Tour and Feedback FormMarch 12, 2019
Governor Tom Wolf today thanked Pennsylvanians for their overwhelming response to the lieutenant governor’s statewide tour and online feedback form to gauge interest in whether the state should consider legalizing adult-use recreational marijuana.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) completed settlement today on a $49 million construction project to replace drinking water lead service lines in the distribution systems of the Morningside, Homewood, Perry, Mount Washington, Southside and Greenfield neighborhoods in the City of Pittsburgh.
Governor Tom Wolf today returned to Tremont, Schuylkill County, to see the ongoing recovery after devastating flash flooding last summer. After the tour, the governor highlighted Restore Pennsylvania, his aggressive plan to improve flood protection and Pennsylvania’s aging infrastructure.
Governor Tom Wolf joined state Representative David Millard and other Columbia County officials today to highlight the need for additional funding to improve flood protection and disaster recovery in Bloomsburg and throughout the region.