Tom Wolf

Gov. Wolf Previews Part Of His Budget For Next Year During Phila. VisitHe says he's planning next year's budget knowing the current year's is more than seven months late.
Pennsylvania's High School Graduation Tests Put On HoldGovernor Tom Wolf signed legislation putting a temporary hold on the use of the controversial graduation exams.
Pennsylvania Starts Campaign To End Campus, School Sex CrimeGov. Tom Wolf is helping kick off Pennsylvania's new campaign to prevent sexual assaults in high schools and on college campuses.
PA Lawmakers Send Governor Expungement BillA bill now on its way to Governor Wolf’s desk would expand Pennsylvania’s expungement law for non-violent offenders.
Gov. Wolf To Sign Bill Delaying Controversial Graduation ExamsGovernor Wolf says he will sign a bill on the way to his desk that will delay for two years the use of controversial exams as part of the graduation requirement for Pennsylvania high school students.
Wolf's Big Decision: To Sign Or Veto Bill In 6-Month ImpasseGov. Tom Wolf faces perhaps the biggest decision of his short tenure
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | December 3Chris reviews yesterday's mass shooting in San Bernardino, CA, Donald Trump's pledge to kill the families of ISIS terrorists, and an auction accepting bids for a holiday stay at the house from 'A Christmas Story.' He also spoke with member of the cast from 'The Book of Mormon' at 8:20.
Wolf Risking Scholarships In Battle Over PA Budget
Ed Rendell Supports Governor Wolf On Syrian RefugeesEd Rendell defended Governor Tom Wolf's decision to continue welcoming refugees fleeing ISIS from Syria into Pennsylvania.
Congressman Sends Letter To Governor Wolf Opposing Syrian RefugeesCongressman Lou Barletta sent a letter to Governor Wolf asking him to stop accepting refugees from Syria into Pennsylvania.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | November 17Chris reviews President Obama's comments on confronting ISIS, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announcement that the commonwealth will continue accepting Syrian refugees, and actor Charlie Sheen's revelation that he has HIV. He talked with Congressman Lou Barletta at 7:20 about his letter to Governor Wolf urging him to reconsider accepting Syrian refugees and former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik at 8:20 about the possibility of ISIS attacking a US city.
Matt Brouillette Of The Commonwealth Foundation Reacts To Proposed Budget Deal

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