Commonwealth employees are seeking to raise $3.15 million in donations to charitable organizations through their annual workplace giving campaign, the State Employee Combined Appeal (SECA).
Governor Wolf sent a personal letter to U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos asking her to do everything in her power to preserve policies currently in place to protect victims of sexual violence and abuse on college campuses.
African American Affairs, Asian Pacific American Affairs, Latino Affairs, National Issues, Press ReleaseSeptember 07, 2017
Governor Wolf, First Lady Frances Wolf and the Governor’s Advisory Commissions sent a joint letter to members of Congress from Pennsylvania in support of young undocumented Americans who entered the country as minors and obtained protection from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Governor Wolf toured the Planned Parenthood Elizabeth Blackwell Health Center in downtown Philadelphia and met with patients and staff of the facility, as well as local activists who were instrumental in defeating the attempted repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which would have had a devastating impact on Pennsylvanians and the commonwealth had it been enacted.
Governor Wolf joined Main Line Health System and Bryn Mawr Hospital administration and staff on a tour of the newly renovated Bryn Mawr Hospital.