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Gov. Tom Wolf visits Manor College for tour and roundtable on career readiness

JENKINTOWN — Gov.Tom Wolf visited Manor College on Wednesday, May 18 to participate in a roundtable discussion about Manor College’s career readiness and digital literacy program. The Wolf Administration awarded the institution a $45,000 grant to provide greater access to employment opportunities in the 21st Century job market.
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Gov. Tom Wolf, Labor Secretary Praise Manor College’s Digital Literacy Program

PA Gov. Tom Wolf, Secretary Jennifer Berrier and others spoke during a roundtable discussion on May 18. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf visited Manor College on Wednesday, May 18 to participate in a roundtable discussion about Manor College’s career readiness and digital literacy program. The Wolf Administration awarded the institution a $45,000 grant to provide greater access to employment opportunities in the 21st Century job market.
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Gov. Tom Wolf Urging Legislature To Take Action To Help Pennsylvania’s Seniors

LANSDALE, Pa. (CBS) — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf was in Lansdale Wednesday morning, urging the legislature to take action to help seniors in the commonwealth. The governor wants to use $204 million in federal money to boost the state’s property tax and rebate program, which helps low-income seniors stay in their homes. “I want to supercharge this program in 2022,” Wolf said. “I want to double the rebate of participants in the program. This is one we can help take some of the financial pressure off older adults on a fixed income.” The governor went on to say that the need is critical, given inflation and skyrocketing energy costs.
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WATCH LIVE: Gov. Tom Wolf, Officials To Hold Reproductive Rights Rally Outside Pennsylvania Convention Center In Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is joining local officials to host a reproductive rights rally outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center Friday afternoon. The rally is expected to be at 1:30 p.m. and will be streamed on CBS News Philly. What: Pennsylvania democrats to host reproductive rights rally Who: Gov. Tom Wolf, AG Josh Shapiro, Congresswoman Madeleine Dean, State House Democratic Leader Joanna McClinton (PA-191), Montgomery County Commissioner Val Arkoosh, State Senator Katie Muth (PA-44), State Senator Maria Collett (PA-12), State Representative Austin Davis (PA-35), Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Executive Director Signe Espinoza When: Friday, May 6 Time: 1:30 p.m. Where: In the player above or on your streaming device through CBS News Philly
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‘Unamerican And Unacceptable’: Gov. Tom Wolf Says Potential Overturning Of Roe V. Wade Puts Right To Make Own, Private Medical Decisions At Risk

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf addressed access to abortion and protection over women’s right to choose on Wednesday morning. Wolf was joined by members of Planned Parenthood in Philadelphia, where he said abortion must remain safe and legal. “I am very angry, angry because today the right to bodily autonomy, the right that has been enshrined in law for more than a generation, is under attack,” Wolf said. “I am angry because the right to privacy is under attack. I am angry because the rights of women in this nation are under attack and I am angry because the...
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Gov. Tom Wolf vows to protect abortion access in Pennsylvania

Gov. Tom Wolf wants to keep abortion legal in Pennsylvania if the U.S. Supreme Court returns the issue to the states. Wolf on Wednesday joined Planned Parenthood representatives and lawmakers with the Women's Health Caucus. He reaffirmed his support for a woman's right to choose and vowed to veto any...
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Gov. Tom Wolf and Dems rally for abortion rights but offer few answers

Democratic officials and abortion rights advocates rallied in Philly on Wednesday to raise alarm over the threat of the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade if the leaked draft opinion holds. But beyond electing more pro-abortion rights Democrats, they had few answers about how to maintain abortion access in Pennsylvania if Republicans maintain control of the legislature and win back the governor's mansion in November. Driving the news: Gov. Tom Wolf sidestepped questions Wednesday about whether he was weighing any executive actions to maintain access to abortions after his term ends early next year. "As long as I'm in...
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Gov. Tom Wolf: Pennsylvania ready to implement stricter rules on ghost guns

YORK, Pa. — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf wants to crack down on ghost guns. Ghost guns are homemade firearms that are usually assembled from parts without serial numbers. This lack of serial numbers makes the weapons untraceable. Wolf announced Friday that following the Biden administration's new final rule on...
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