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July 16 2021
1:45 pm

Gov. Wolf Tours Flood Damaged Areas

3530 Snowden Ave., Bristol, PA 19007

Gov. Wolf will tour areas damaged by flash flooding earlier this week.

July 16 2021
1:15 pm

Gov. Wolf Welcomes Home PA-Task Force 1 from Florida

6601 New State Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19135

Gov. Wolf will welcome home members of PA-Task Force 1.  The 70 members were deployed on June 30 to assist with search and rescue efforts at the Surfside, FL condominium collapse.

July 16 2021
1:00 pm

Gov. Wolf Visits Multiple Locations in Bucks County to Highlight Restaurant Grants

Bristol Wharf, Basin Park, Bristol, PA 19007

Gov. Wolf will visit three locations in Bucks County. He will highlight the nearly $7 million in COVID-19 Hospitality Industry Recovery Program funding going to Bucks County to help almost 200 businesses. He will also tour areas damaged by flash flooding earlier this week.

July 16 2021
10:00 am

Wolf Administration Announces New Law Enforcement Tool to Enhance Hiring Practices

Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Commission, 8002 Bretz Drive, Harrisburg, PA 17112

Governor Tom Wolf will join the Pennsylvania State Police to announce the launch of a new electronic database for use by law enforcement agencies in the hiring of law enforcement officers in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This development supports Governor Wolf’s commitment to law enforcement reform in the commonwealth.

July 12 2021
11:00 am

Gov. Wolf Joins PSU Athletes and Lawmakers to Celebrate NIL Legislation

Penn State University, Beaver Stadium, University Drive, University Park, PA 16801

Gov. Wolf will join Penn State athletes and lawmakers to discuss the signing of Act 26, permitting collegiate athletes to receive compensation through endorsements and sponsorships from their name, image and likeness while still competing.  This change ensures that Pennsylvania remains competitive in its pursuit of recruiting college athletes.