New Law Makes Interlock Mandatory For 1st Time DUI OffendersGovernor Tom Wolf is cracking down on drunk drivers. Wednesday, the governor signed Senate Bill 290 into law.
Pennsylvania Launches US' 24th Medical Marijuana ProgramPennsylvania has become the 24th state to legalize a comprehensive medical marijuana program.
Wolf Urges Lawmakers Not To Pass New Abortion RestrictionsGov. Tom Wolf is urging lawmakers not to hold a vote next week on bill to place new limits to abortions in Pennsylvania and is repeating that he'll veto the measure if it passes.
Wolf Signs LGBT Anti-Discrimination Executive OrderPennsylvania's governor on Thursday barred state contractors and grant recipients from discriminating based on sexual orientation or gender identity as he awaits action on stalled legislation that would ban such bias in employment, housing and public services.
East Allegheny Schools, Other Programs Relieved Budget Impasse Is OverNews that Pennsylvania will have a budget because Gov. Tom Wolf will allow the GOP version to become law came just the nick of time for some school districts and social service groups.
Gov. Wolf Ends Budget Stalemate, Accepts GOP BudgetIt's been more than 250 days since Pennsylvania had a final budget, but no more.
Gov. Wolf Standing Firm On Budget PositionGov. Tom Wolf is standing firm on his position as the nine-month budget impasse continues without an end in sight.
Wolf Threatens Veto Of GOP's Spending Bill In Budget FightDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf is threatening to veto Republican spending legislation that could arrive on his desk by day's end.
Gov. Wolf's Cancer To Be Treated With Radioactive SeedsIn a radio interview, 67-year-old Gov. Tom Wolf has announced his treatment for prostate cancer.
Wolf Blasts New GOP Bill In Pennsylvania's Budget FightDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday blasted the latest budget plan to be advanced by Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania's eight-month partisan battle.
Pennsylvania Governor Raising Minimum Wage For State WorkersPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf raised the minimum wage by nearly $3 an hour, to $10.15, for state government employees and workers on jobs contracted by the state in an executive order he signed Monday.
Official: Gov. Wolf To Boost Wages For State Workers, ContractorsDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf is expected to sign an executive order ensuring a minimum wage of $10.15 an hour for all employees under his jurisdictions and employees of state contractors.