Governor Wolf announced a $1.4 million grant to increase the quality of Pennsylvania’s early childhood learning professional workforce.
Governor Wolf announced the appointment of seven civic, labor, and community leaders to serve on the Governor’s Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs.
Governor Wolf released the following statement on the Pennsylvania House sending Senate Bill 3, a restrictive abortion bill with no exceptions for rape or incest, to his desk.
Economy, Education, Environment, Human Services, Infrastructure, Jobs That Pay, Round-Up, Seniors, The BlogDecember 12, 2017
As 2017 draws to a close, the commonwealth continues to improve education opportunities, enhance communities and support jobs that will benefit the lives of Pennsylvanians through 2018.
Governor Wolf Joins Bi-Partisan Governors Urging Congress to Reauthorize Children’s Health Insurance ProgramDecember 12, 2017
Governor Wolf joined a bi-partisan group of governors urging Congress to address the reauthorization of the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) before nearly 9 million children and pregnant women across the country, including more than 180,000 in Pennsylvania, are left without health care.