Governor Wolf urged Congress to reauthorize an important federal tool that communities across Pennsylvania — rural, suburban, and urban — have used to revitalize their neighborhoods and create outdoor recreation opportunities for all citizens.
Governor Wolf announced that the state has received $5.1 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as part of a cooperative agreement for emergency response to continue to fight the opioid crisis.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf delivered the following remarks as prepared at the 17th Annual September 11 Observance in Shanksville.
In remembrance of the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks and in honor of Patriot Day, Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all United States flags and Commonwealth flags on the Capitol Complex, at Commonwealth facilities, and throughout the state lowered to half-staff at sunrise on Tuesday, September 11, 2018.
Governor Wolf urged Congress to pass S.3260, the Disability Employment Incentive Act, sponsored by Sen. Bob Casey, which will support those employers who already seek to bring in the talents and skills of individuals with disabilities and will help to promote a change in hiring practices to encourage those who have not historically hired individuals with disabilities to open their doors.