Governor Wolf issued a call-to-action for the General Assembly to prioritize and deliver to his desk various outstanding and stalled legislative reforms to empower, protect and support victims of crime, abuse and harassment.
Governor Wolf Urges Legislature to Support Workplace Protections Against Sexual Harassment and DiscriminationSeptember 06, 2018
Governor Tom Wolf today renewed his call for passage of a package of reforms he announced in April that will strengthen protections against sexual harassment and discrimination for employees, provide new legal options for victims and hold those who are responsible accountable for their actions.
With the Trump administration proposing to weaken campus rules for responding to sexual violence, Governor Tom Wolf today renewed his call for the General Assembly to swiftly pass a package of bipartisan bills that would help protect students at Pennsylvania’s K-12 schools and our colleges and universities.
Governor Wolf applauded the Pennsylvania Senate for unanimously moving a package of domestic violence bills, including those he endorsed in October, out of committee.
On Tuesday, March 13, Governor Wolf continued to expand this commitment to ending sexual violence on college campuses by announcing more than $950,000 in It’s On Us PA grants for 39 postsecondary institutions.