Gov. Wolf Looks To Draw The Line On GerrymanderingGovernor Wolf wants an independent, bipartisan panel to redraw legislative lines.
Gov. Wolf To Put $35M Toward Encouraging Broadband ExpansionGovernor Wolf hopes to expand broadband internet to every part of Pennsylvania by the end of 2022.
GOP Governor Candidates Won't Show Tax ReturnsThe three Republicans running for the party's nomination for Pennsylvania governor say they will not release copies of their tax returns, documents that can shed important light on a candidate's personal priorities and financial standing.
Pennsylvania Lobbyist Bill SignedGovernor Tom Wolf has signed a bill intended to improve lobbyist disclosure in Pennsylvania.
Gov. Wolf, GOP Lawmakers Agree On Unemployment Comp System FundingWolf has signed a bill that will pump $114 million over four years into the system for technological upgrades and for increased staffing.
Governor Wolf Vetoes Bill To Add Abortion RestrictionsGov. Tom Wolf signed the veto paperwork Monday in Philadelphia City Hall.
Abortion Bill Sent To Governor Wolf; Veto PromisedThe bill was given final legislative approval by the state House Tuesday night.
Gov. Wolf Announces Changes To PSSA Tests: 'They've Interfered With Ability Of Students To Learn'Starting in the 2018-19 school year, PSSA tests will go from three weeks to two weeks, and they will be pushed back to later in the school year.
Wolf To Sign Bill Requiring Access To Privately-Owned CemeteriesThe measure was prompted by a dispute in Berks County.
Wolf Signs Bill To Allow Online Gambling, Betting In Airports And Truck StopsGov. Tom Wolf says he has signed bills that would authorize major borrowing and a broad expansion of gambling in Pennsylvania to fully fund the state budget.
Urgent Appeal To Governor Wolf From Critics Of Controversial Immigrant Detention CenterCritics of the Berks County Detention Center are becoming increasingly frustrated by Harrisburg's stance on the controversial facility for immigrant families.
Governor Wolf Launches Study To Level Playing Field For Small Diverse BusinessesThe study kicked off Wednesday with a hearing in city council chambers.