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Governor Tom Wolf will discuss Pennsylvania’s progress and plans in combating the state’s ongoing opioid epidemic in a panel discussion during an opioid meeting and symposium presented by the PA Orthopaedic Society. Gov. Wolf and Dept. of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine will join other physicians in the discussion. Sam Quinones, author of Dreamland, is a featured speaker at the symposium.
Governor Tom Wolf will tour the Parent Infant Center and announce several new apprenticeships to strengthen the workforce in early education and healthcare. The governor will be joined by apprentices, employers and leaders of the District 1199C Training and Upgrading Fund.
Governor Tom Wolf will join the Pennsylvania Insurance Department (PID) in letting Pennsylvanians know that now is the time to obtain health insurance through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) during the open enrollment period. The governor and Insurance Commissioner Jessica Altman will highlight the administration’s efforts to make obtaining health insurance easier and more affordable in Pennsylvania.
The ACA remains in place and open enrollment will run until December 15.
Governor Tom Wolf will join Pennsylvania’s adjutant general and head of the DMVA Maj. Gen. Anthony Carelli, legislators and PA National Guard members and their families to encourage them to take advantage of the new Military Family Education Program, or the PA GI Bill, now that it is open for enrollment.
The initiative is the first of its kind in the nation and provides Guard members’ families with education funding for a Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) approved educational institution.
Governor Tom Wolf will reiterate his vow to veto the proposed heartbeat bill and to protect the reproductive rights of women in a rally alongside Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, legislators, and other women’s rights advocates. The governor has stated that anti-abortion bills defy all practical understanding of modern women’s health care.