The Wolf Administration today announced that in its first year the state’s medical marijuana program has helped 83,000 Pennsylvanians access this vital medication, which was dispensed nearly 600,000 times at approved dispensaries across the state.
Even though the federal government is back to business as usual, millions of Pennsylvanians continue to feel the ramifications of the 35-day shutdown, and likely will for weeks to come. Food banks and pantries across the country also are feeling the effects of the shutdown and Governor Tom Wolf is encouraging Pennsylvanians who can to donate to their local charitable food organization.
Governor Tom Wolf announced today his administration, through the departments of Human Services and Health, is awarding five grantees $3 million in support for community health workers in North Philadelphia’s Health Enterprise Zone (HEZ).
With the federal government shutdown entering a second month, Governor Tom Wolf today provided an update on how his administration is working to minimize the impact on Pennsylvanians.
Governor Wolf Announces State Investment to Restore Flood-Damaged Muncy Creek, Protect Public Drinking Water SupplyJanuary 09, 2019
The Wolf Administration today announced grant funding to implement the Muncy Creek Streambank Restoration and Protection Project located in Hughesville Borough and Wolf Township, Lycoming County. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) awarded a 2019 Growing Greener grant award of $327,284 to the Lycoming County Commissioners for the work.