Governor Wolf Participates in Health Care Conference Call with Senator Casey and Attorney General Shapiro
Governor Wolf will participate in health care media call with Senator Bob Casey and Attorney General Josh Shapiro to highlight the potential consequences the GOP health care bill would have on Pennsylvanians.
Governor Wolf Interviewed on KDKA Morning News
Governor Wolf will be interviewed live via phone on KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway.
Governor Wolf Tours, Hosts Discussion at Adaptimmune Therapeutics
Governor Wolf will tour Adaptimmune Therapeutics in Philadelphia. After the tour, the governor will host a roundtable discussion with employees.
Adaptimmune is a clinical biopharmaceutical company established in 2008. In October 2015, Governor Wolf announced that Adaptimmune would expand operations to a 47,400-square-foot site at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. The company plans to invest over $4.1 million and create at least 110 new jobs in over the next three years.
Governor Wolf Attends Memorial Service for Trooper Michael P. Stewart
Tomorrow, Governor Wolf will attend the memorial service for Pennsylvania State Trooper Michael P. Stewart. Trooper Stewart died early Friday morning in a traffic accident while on duty in Westmoreland County.
Governor Wolf Signs HB 239, Creating Rare Disease Advisory Council
Governor Wolf will sign House Bill 239, which will establish the Rare Disease Advisory Council. The Rare Disease Advisory Council will serve as the advisors on rare diseases to the General Assembly, state agencies, and private organizations that provide services to individuals with rare diseases.
House Bill 239 was introduced by Representative Marcy Toepel and was inspired by Garrett Coyne, a young constituent in Representative Toepel’s district who has Batten disease.
A live stream of the event can be viewed at governor.pa.gov/live/