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Governor Tom Wolf, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin will visit Broad Street Market in Harrisburg. They will be joined by officials from Broad Street Market to discuss how food retailers have been impacted by COVID-19, and will announce a plan to support food retailers and ensure continued food security in the commonwealth.
Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Human Services Teresa Miller will visit PSECU headquarters child care center to discuss the challenges COVID-19 has posed to child care providers in Pennsylvania. They will announce a plan to provide needed support to child care providers and facilities.
Governor Tom Wolf will discuss the signing of SB 637, which furthers his commitment to criminal justice and occupational licensing reforms. The bill removes outdated barriers to employment for skilled workers with criminal records so more people can get good jobs at growing employers and strengthen Pennsylvania’s economy. The governor will be joined by Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar and Board of Pardons Secretary Brandon Flood.
Governor Wolf Joins Legislators & Leading Advocates to Celebrate 35 Million Cases Sealed on Anniversary of Clean Slate Law
On Tuesday, June 30th, at 2:30pm, Governor Wolf will join Senator Camera Bartolotta, House Minority Whip Jordan Harris, Rep. Sheryl Delozier, and criminal justice advocates for a virtual panel celebrating the anniversary of the Clean Slate Act and the 35 million cases automatically sealed since the historic bill was implemented. Individuals impacted by Clean Slate will join the panel to share their personal stories and what this historic legislation means for them. This first-in-the-nation bill is bringing much-needed relief to 1 million Pennsylvanians facing the long-lasting stigma of a record. States across the U.S. are now following in Pennsylvania’s footsteps, with momentum for clean slate and other second chance policies picking up steam as lawmakers seek to promote a robust economic recovery and address growing calls to overhaul our broken criminal justice system.
This celebration comes on the heels of last week’s passage of Senate Bill 637 – a sweeping occupational licensing overhaul that, coupled with Clean Slate, will give justice-impacted people a much needed chance to enter the workforce and contribute to Pennsylvania’s recovery as the economy begins to open back up.
Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine will visit the UPMC Pinnacle Community Osteopathic Hospital to thank all health care workers and hospital staff for their essential role in protecting Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 pandemic. They will be joined by administrators and staff from UPMC Pinnacle Community Osteopathic Hospital to discuss the importance of mask-wearing as the commonwealth continues its measured, phased reopening.