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Governor Tom Wolf will sign SB 421, a voter reform bill that makes elections more convenient and accessible for voters.
The new bill introduces a vote-by-mail option, an extended 50-day mail-in voting period, a permanent mail-in voter list, and more time to register to vote and submit ballots by mail. The bill was passed by the General Assembly on Tuesday.
Governor Tom Wolf will join the Department of Labor & Industry during its 2nd Annual Apprenticeship Summit, highlighting the success of the state’s workforce development programs. Key initiatives established under the Wolf Administration include PAsmart, an Apprenticeship and Training Office, and Workforce Command Center.
Tomorrow, Governor Tom Wolf will join the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) in inducting two veterans into the DMVA Hall of Fame, recognizing their lifetime of service. The DMVA Hall of Fame is their most prestigious honor and celebrates an individual’s monumental achievements contributing the DMVA or the PA National Guard (PNG).
Governor Tom Wolf will join executives of PhilaPort and Glovis America, Inc. in a ribbon cutting ceremony of the Southpoint Auto Terminal and Vehicle Processing Center. The project celebrates the first port terminal built in Philadelphia in 45 years and is the result of the governor’s Port Development Plan.
Governor Tom Wolf will share a reading during the “Remember. Repair. Together.” commemoration of the one-year mark of the Tree of Life Synagogue antisemitic attack in Pittsburgh presented by the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.
Gov. Wolf signed a proclamation declaring October 27, 2019, “Remember Repair Together Day” in Pennsylvania a day of remembrance for the victims of the attack, and ordered state flags to fly at half-staff on the day of commemoration. He encourages Pennsylvanians to spend the day reaching out to build bridges of understanding as a way of honoring the victims.