Wolf's LCB Borrowing Plan Challenged In CourtA different plan being pursued by Governor Wolf is now facing a court challenge.
Pa. Senate Returns Amid Latest Budget QuandaryWhat was an ordinary game of chess in Harrisburg has morphed into the three dimensional variety.
Wolf Vetoes Medicaid Work RequirementsThe bill vetoed by Governor Wolf contained provisions that sought to include work or work search requirements in Pennsylvania’s Medicaid program.
Liquor Control Board Votes To Begin Borrowing EffortsThe Liquor Control Board voted Friday to retain advisers to help implement the governor’s plan to borrow more than a billion dollars against future earnings.
PA Secretary Of State Resigns For Unknown ReasonsPedro Cortes served as then-Governor Ed Rendell’s Secretary of State, the agency that runs elections and oversees professional licensing, and returned to serve in the same capacity for Governor Tom Wolf.
PA Senate Lawyers Question Wolf Plan To Borrow Against Future Liquor SalesSpokeswoman Jenn Kocher says lawyers for the majority Senate Republican caucus are trying to determine the legality of the Governor’s announced unilateral plan.
Wolf Issues Warning, PA House GOP Mulls New No-Tax, No Borrow-Revenue PlanState House Republican members this week are being briefed on a new proposal to balance the budget that would rely mostly on transferring what supporters say is surplus money from special funds.
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.