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Governor Tom Wolf will discuss the commonwealth’s efforts to support Ukraine and further actions to sever economic ties with Russia.
Gov. Wolf Will Join Educators and Legislative Members to Highlight Equity in Education Through Further Generational Investments
Governor Wolf will join local educators and legislative members to highlight his ongoing commitment to ensuring Pennsylvania continues to invest equitably in education, which will create and strengthen educational opportunities for students now and in the future.
Gov. Wolf Visits a Small Business to Discuss His Plan to Invest $1.7 billion in Federal Funding, Continues Push for General Assembly to Help Pennsylvanians
Governor Tom Wolf will discuss his plan for American Rescue Plan funds and call on the General Assembly to act in supporting Pennsylvania small businesses recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Wolf to Highlight Strong State Finances that Support Life-Changing Investments for Pennsylvania’s Future
Governor Wolf will be joined by local leaders to discuss how the commonwealth’s strong finances support major investments in the people of Pennsylvania, and to call for life-changing investments in families, workers and the economy to put Pennsylvanians on the path to prosperity.
The governor’s plan calls for major investments in Pennsylvanians, including a $1.25 billion dollar increase in basic education funding for K-12 schools. This is not only a major investment in better education for our students, it’s also an investment in reducing the burden of education costs on local communities that could help local governments lower property taxes in the future.
Gov. Wolf to Tour Astrobotic Technology, Highlight Investments in Good Paying Jobs, Opportunity for Pennsylvania
Governor Tom Wolf will tour Astrobotic Technology, a lunar logistics company, to learn about their goals of affordable accessibility to space and highlight his legacy of investing in good paying jobs across the commonwealth.
Astrobotic received state funding to support rooting their headquarters in Pittsburgh and the creation of 95 jobs paying more than $100,000 annually.