Governor Wolf renewed his vow to protect patients seeking legalized medical marijuana in Pennsylvania from any overreach by the federal government
Governor Wolf joined a bi-partisan group of governors urging Congress to address the critical issue of the possible deportation of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program participants, also known as Dreamers.
Governor Wolf Urges Congress to Vote No on Tax Reforms that Prioritize the Wealthy Over the Middle-ClassDecember 19, 2017
In a letter to Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation, Governor Wolf again expressed concern over the current tax bill, citing its prioritization of the uber-wealthy over its support of the middle-class as previously promised.
With thousands of people fleeing the aftermath of natural disasters earlier this year in the southeastern U.S. and Puerto Rico, Governor Wolf announced the release of a new resource guide from the departments of Education, Health and Human Services to help school districts and communities welcome and assist those who have been displaced.
Governor Wolf commended Attorney General Josh Shapiro and his legal team, who worked with the governor’s administration, for their victory in federal court to get a nationwide temporary injunction against the Trump administration’s move to allow some employers to opt-out of covering contraception for their employees.