Building on his commitment to expand job training and workforce development, Governor Tom Wolf today announced the approval of new funding for Edinboro University Foundation and Pittsburgh Chapter of the National Tooling & Machining Foundation (NTMF), Inc.
Pennsylvania Furnace, PA – One year after first unveiling his vision for a path to long-term prosperity for Pennsylvania agriculture, Governor Tom Wolf today returned to Ag Progress Days to celebrate the passing of his historic PA Farm Bill. Signed into law in July, the PA Farm Bill will make $23.1 million in strategic investments…
During a visit to a hemp growing site in Blair County today, Governor Tom Wolf and Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding highlighted the opportunities available to hemp growers and processors across the commonwealth.
Today marks 10 years that Pennsylvania’s minimum wage has been stuck at the embarrassingly low rate $7.25 per hour.
First Lady Frances Wolf Hosts Pay Equity Roundtable, Encourages Action to End Gender Pay Gap, Increase Minimum Wage in PennsylvaniaMay 30, 2019
First Lady Frances Wolf and members of the Pennsylvania Commission for Women today joined business leaders, lawmakers and advocates for a roundtable discussion at Prototype PGH focused on creating economic equity for women in Pennsylvania by ending gender-based pay discrimination and increasing the commonwealth’s minimum wage to $15 per hour.