This month, Governor Wolf announced a $50 million plan to invest in workforce development, expanded Amazon tech operations in PA, and a facelift for America’s oldest bridge.
On Tuesday, March 13, Governor Wolf continued to expand this commitment to ending sexual violence on college campuses by announcing more than $950,000 in It’s On Us PA grants for 39 postsecondary institutions.
On Monday, March 12, Governor Wolf unveiled his “Citizens First” ethics reform plan which includes a gift ban for public officials, ‘no budget, no pay’ legislation, public official expense reform, and steps to curb the influence of special interests in Harrisburg.
Weekly Update: Revitalizing Infrastructure, Expanding Pennsylvania’s Workforce, and Enhancing Learning in SchoolsMarch 12, 2018
Last week, Governor Wolf announced around 146 anticipated highway and bridge projects, outlined plans for a new workforce development initiative to connect residents to jobs, and awarded $1.2 million in grants for the expansion of skills training at vocational centers and schools in 38 districts.
Weekly Update: Supporting Pennsylvania’s Workers, Fighting the Opioid Crisis, and Learning How to Best Combat Gun ViolenceMarch 05, 2018
Last week, Governor Wolf issued a statement supporting PA’s worker, continued his fight against the opioid epidemic, and hosted a listening session on gun violence in Philadelphia.