As students and teachers return to the classroom, Governor Tom Wolf’s PAsmart initiative has made Pennsylvania a national leader in computer science and STEM education.
Governor Wolf issued the following statement on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Trump Administration’s rolling back of current fuel efficiency standards, which is projected to increase costs for Pennsylvanians on gasoline.
Governor Wolf sent a letter to Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation urging them to provide an additional $380 million in Election Assistance Commission grants to support efforts by state and local governments to meet the highest standards of election preparedness and integrity.
Governor Wolf sent a letter to the Pennsylvania congressional members of the U.S. House of Representatives Education and Workforce committee sharing his concerns that the “Workflex in the 21st Century” Act, or HR 4219, benefits large corporations at the expense of hardworking Pennsylvania families by limiting benefits for employees.
Governor Wolf issued the following statement in response to the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s denial of his request for a major disaster declaration for damages from western Pennsylvania’s February through April severe weather that included flooding and landslides.