Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf said today a $15 minimum wage would boost pay for 1.2 million working women, many of whom are working mothers already dealing with the gender pay gap. “A $15 minimum wage is a women’s issue and it is vital for families,” said Governor Wolf. “Sixty percent of the workers…
Marking Equal Pay Day for women today, Governor Tom Wolf is urging the U.S. Senate to pass H.R. 7, the landmark Paycheck Fairness Act, which passed the House last week.
Governor Tom Wolf thanked advocates today for their ongoing support of victims of domestic violence during a ceremonial bill signing of Act 79 of 2018, the first bill to truly take guns away from the dangerous abusers who use them to kill, terrorize and control.
Governor Wolf gave the luncheon keynote address to the Pennsylvania Conference for Women in Philadelphia.
First Lady Frances Wolf, Pa. Commission for Women Host Roundtable on Equal Pay, Call for Solutions to End Gender Pay GapOctober 09, 2018
First Lady Frances Wolf and members of the Pennsylvania Commission for Women today joined business leaders, lawmakers and advocates for a roundtable discussion at PECO headquarters in Philadelphia, which focused on Governor Wolf’s executive action to address the gender pay gap in state government and the need to enact similar policies to protect all women in Pennsylvania from gender-based pay discrimination.