HARRISBURG (KDKA) — Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is planning to sign an executive order tomorrow that will strengthen gun violence reduction efforts.
Tomorrow, I’ll sign an executive order that puts programs in place to deter gun violence in Pennsylvania.READ MORE: Allegheny County Council Set To Vote On Requiring Businesses To Pay Employees Sick Paid Leave
It won’t change what happened last night, but it could help prevent something like this from occurring again in the future.READ MORE: Gov. Wolf Says Rite Aid Pharmacies In State Will Receive Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine For School Employees And Students
— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) August 15, 2019
This executive order, according to Governor Wolf, will strengthen agencies and programs, existing boards, commission and departments that focus on improving public health and public safety.MORE NEWS: 'Moderna Arm': Some People Develop Reaction To Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine
Joining Gov. Wolf will be the Pennsylvania Commission of Crime and Delinquency Chair Charles Ramsey, representatives from the Department of Health and Human Services, state and local legislators and gun safety advocates.
The signing will take place at 10:00 a.m. Friday morning.