Governor Wolf praised the Pennsylvania General Assembly for voting to reauthorize Pennsylvania’s Children’s Health Insurance Program and called on the U.S. Congress to take action on the federal reauthorization.
In light of disturbing results of the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) audit, Governor Wolf said it is time to abolish state control of the PPA and return PPA’s functions to the City of Philadelphia.
Governor Wolf wrote Pennsylvania’s United States Senators to warn that the $1.5 trillion deficit created by the Senate Republican’s tax bill will open the door to cuts to programs like Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security.
Governor Wolf released the following statement on Congress being two months late to reauthorize the federal Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which expired on September 30, 2017.
Governor Wolf released the following statement on the news that former Governor Tom Ridge is in critical condition following an emergency procedure.