Wolf Posts Criticism Of Trump's 'Blame On Both Sides' RemarkGov. Tom Wolf is criticizing President Donald Trump's comment at a news conference that "there's blame on both sides" for last weekend's violent clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Officials To Issue Fines To Enforce Car Seat LawLast August, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed a law saying all children under two years old must be strapped into a car seat.
Cheyney University Alumni Call On Tom Wolf For Support"We're here to ring the alarm-- the house is on fire," said Attorney Michael Coard co-founder of Heeding Cheyney's Call.
Wolf: ‘Comfortable With Communications’ As Revenue Discussions Drag OnThe state budget was passed on June 30th, and Governor Wolf had ten days to act on it.
AG Josh Shapiro Joins Suit To Challenge EPA On Clean Air RegulationsAttorney General Josh Shapiro says the regulations would go a long way in reducing ground-level ozone or smog, especially in communities like Philadelphia.
Taxes, Borrowing, Gaming At Heart Of PA Budget ImpasseA Sunday session of the state House was cancelled after majority Republicans failed to rally around Speaker Mike Turzai’s proposal.
Revenue Negotiations Drag On At PA CapitolThe state Senate returned to session Monday but ended up with nothing to show for it.
Gov. Tom Wolf Announces New Tool In Fight Against OpioidsGovernor Wolf says fighting heroin and opioid abuse is a top priority in his administration.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | July 11Chris discussed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's audition for sports talk radio in New York, reports that Donald Trump Jr received an advance email about Russian interference in the election and the potential that a new health care bill from Senate Republicans will be unveiled soon.
Gov. Wolf To Let Unbalanced Spending Bill Become LawFor the second straight year, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf will let a state budget bill become law despite the fact that it is badly out of balance.
PA Budget In Limbo As Monday Night Deadline For Revenue Plan NearsGovernor Wolf has expressed optimism in his public comments since the budget bill was passed June 30th.
Gov. Wolf OKs Bill Removing Police Videos From Open Records LawA new Pennsylvania law exempts police audio and video recordings from the state's Right-to-Know Law, leaving the release of those records largely to the discretion of police.