On Tuesday, March 13, Governor Wolf continued to expand this commitment to ending sexual violence on college campuses by announcing more than $950,000 in It’s On Us PA grants for 39 postsecondary institutions.
Wolf Administration Continues to Address Opioid Crisis, Unveils Opioid Data Dashboard to Provide Data to PublicMarch 14, 2018
Governor Wolf continued his administration’s fight against the opioid epidemic by unveiling an opioid data dashboard that provides Pennsylvanians battling the epidemic with an innovative new tool to help focus resources locally.
Governor Wolf Launches Mentor-Protégé Program to Help Small Diverse Businesses Better Compete for State ContractsMarch 14, 2018
As part of his commitment to level the playing field for small and diverse businesses, Governor Wolf announced the launch of the Commonwealth’s Mentor-Protégé Program (MPP) for Small Diverse Businesses.
On Monday, March 12, Governor Wolf unveiled his “Citizens First” ethics reform plan which includes a gift ban for public officials, ‘no budget, no pay’ legislation, public official expense reform, and steps to curb the influence of special interests in Harrisburg.
Governor Wolf visited Erie where he joined local government officials and members of the African American community to discuss racial disparities and challenges facing the African-American community.