Governor Puts House On Timetable To Pass Minimum Wage BillGov. Tom Wolf is putting the state House of Representatives on a timeline to pass legislation to raise Pennsylvania's minimum wage.
Governor Commutes Life Sentences Of 8 More PrisonersGov. Tom Wolf is commuting the life sentences of eight more people in prison, bringing the total to 19 since he took office in 2015.
Gov. Tom Wolf Warns Of Harm From Changes To Minor League BaseballPennsylvania's governor wants Major League Baseball to rethink a restructuring plan that would affect three minor league teams in his state.
Governor Wolf Warns Holiday Travelers Of 'Powerful Winter Storms'Governor Tom Wolf has warned people traveling back home from Thanksgiving celebrations to be mindful of inclement weather conditions.
New Law Requires Patient Agreements & Mandatory Drug Tests For Chronic PainA new law requires patients to sign an agreement and take a drug test prior to being prescribed opioids.
Sunday Hunting Legislation Signed Into Law By Gov. Tom WolfGovernor Tom Wolf has signed into law a bill that will allow hunting on three Sundays out of the year.
Gov. Tom Wolf Signs Anti-Child Sexual Abuse Measures Into LawPennsylvania has enacted a law to give future victims of child sexual abuse more time to sue, and to end time limits for authorities to file criminal charges.
Pa. Lawmakers, Judges To Pull In Raises In 2020Pennsylvania state lawmakers, judges and top executive branch officials will collect another annual salary increase, with the governor passing $200,000 and rank-and-file lawmakers passing $90,000.
'This Is Something We Need To Do': Pa. Gov. Wolf Authorizes $3 Million Study On Health Impacts Of FrackingPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says his administration will spend $3 million to explore the potential health impacts of the natural gas industry.
Pennsylvania To Spend $3M To Study Possible Link Between Fracking And Spike In Childhood CancerPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says his administration will spend $3 million on a pair of studies to explore the potential health impacts of the natural gas industry.
Pa. Moves To Raise Cigarettes, Tobacco Age To 21Pennsylvania is moving to join 18 other states and ban the purchase of cigarettes and other tobacco products by people under 21, although it's maintaining an exception for military veterans or service members who are at least 18.