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November 1 2019
1:30 pm

Gov. Wolf to Rally Against Heartbeat Bill in Support of Women’s Reproductive Rights

Mayor Kenney’s Reception Room, Philadelphia City Hall, 1401 John F Kennedy Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19102

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.

October 31 2019
11:00 am

Gov. Wolf to Sign Voter Reform Bill

Governor’s Reception Room, Harrisburg, PA 17120

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.

October 31 2019
9:00 am

Gov. Wolf to Tout Job Training for Workers at Apprenticeship Summit

Hershey Lodge, Chocolate Ballroom, 325 University Dr, Hershey, PA 17033

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.

October 30 2019
2:00 pm

Gov. Wolf to Name DMVA Hall of Fame Inductees

Fort Indiantown Gap, Keystone Conference Center Bldg. 17-104, Annville, PA 17003

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).

October 29 2019
10:45 am

Gov. Wolf, PhilaPort to Celebrate First Port Terminal in 45 Years

901 Admiral Peary Way, Philadelphia, PA 19112

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.