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Governor Wolf Announces Funding to Expand Manufacturing Training in Lancaster County

Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of new funding for Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology to support the Manufacturing Skill Up Project, which will eliminate barriers to employment and create a stronger pipeline of workers for high priority manufacturing occupations in the Lancaster area. “We are glad to support Thaddeus Stevens…

First Lady Frances Wolf Visits The Lancaster Sweet Shoppe, Encourages Action to Increase Pennsylvania’s Outdated Minimum Wage

Lancaster, PA – First Lady Frances Wolf today met with employees of The Stroopie Co. at The Lancaster Sweet Shoppe where she called on Pennsylvania legislators to support workers and finally increase the commonwealth’s minimum wage to $15 per hour. “Too many families in Pennsylvania are struggling to put food on their tables due to…

Gov. Wolf Signs Bill to Develop CPR Curriculum

Harrisburg, PA – Today, Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law Act 7 of 2019, formerly Senate Bill 115, which will require the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) to create potentially life-saving curriculum for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). “I’m proud to sign into law this important life-saving measure. Each additional set of hands trained to do CPR…

Governor Wolf Outlines Restore Pennsylvania’s Benefits for Boroughs

Hershey, PA – On the heels of the introduction of the Restore Pennsylvania legislation, today Governor Tom Wolf outlined how the proposal will help boroughs address critical infrastructure needs across Pennsylvania. Introduced with strong bipartisan support, the governor addressed hundreds of local leaders at the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs Annual Conference. “Over the last…

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