Governor Tom Wolf, Attorney General Josh Shapiro and state leaders joined CeaseFirePA and advocates to call for common sense changes to reduce gun violence. Here is some of the coverage.
Gov. Wolf Signs 310 Pardons; 69 as Part of the Expedited Review Program for Non-Violent Marijuana-Related OffensesMarch 01, 2021
Governor Tom Wolf late last week signed 310 pardons, 69 of which were part of the Expedited Review Program for Non-Violent Marijuana-Related Offenses, a program introduced by the Board of Pardons and authorized by Lt. Governor John Fetterman in September 2019 to speed up the pardons’ application process for people with nonviolent marijuana possession or paraphernalia convictions.
Thirteen clemency applicants sentenced to life in prison will soon be freed to a Community Corrections Center and eventually paroled because Governor Tom Wolf signed their commutations yesterday.
Governor Wolf 2021 Agenda Prioritizes Economic Recovery, Building on Bipartisan Measures, Government ReformJanuary 28, 2021
As the General Assembly convenes for a new legislative session, Gov. Wolf today outlined his agenda, which includes prioritizing COVID-19 pandemic recovery, building on bipartisan progress, and demanding accountability through government reform.
Governor Tom Wolf today announced the members of the Pennsylvania State Law Enforcement Citizen Advisory Commission (PSLECAC) and the appointment of Sha S. Brown to serve as the Deputy State Inspector General for Law Enforcement Oversight.