Pennsylvania Voters Can Apply Online For Absentee BallotsPennsylvanians who won't be able to vote in person this fall will be able to apply online for absentee ballots for the first time.
Pennsylvania Gets $75M More In Federal Aid For Opioid FightPennsylvania will receive another $75 million in federal aid to fight the opioid-addiction crisis, money that Gov. Tom Wolf's administration says will help with treatment, prevention, and education.
Gov. Tom Wolf To Visit Auschwitz Memorial, Guard In Lithuania To Honor Tree Of Life VictimsPennsylvania's governor will be traveling next week to visit National Guard troops stationed in Lithuania and to honor the victims of last year's Pittsburgh synagogue shooting during a stop at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial.
Report Says Panel, Not Lawmakers, Should Redraw DistrictsA commission set up by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf is recommending Pennsylvania redraw congressional and legislative districts through an 11-person appointed group that would provide a set of options that state lawmakers would choose from.
Pa. Officials Debate Mandating Lead Poisoning Blood Tests For ChildrenPennsylvania officials are hoping to lower the risk of lead poisoning through mandated blood testing for children and other measures.
Gov. Wolf Urging Passage Of Lost, Stolen Firearms Reporting LawGov. Tom Wolf is urging the passage of a law in Pennsylvania requiring gun owners to report stolen or lost firearms.
Gov. Wolf Announces Efforts To End Gun Violence Days After 6 Philadelphia Officers ShotPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is directing state police and other agencies under his control to focus greater efforts on addressing gun violence, two days after a gunman shot and wounded six Philadelphia police officers.
Gov. Tom Wolf Pursues Changes To Pennsylvania's Charter School RulesGov. Tom Wolf says Pennsylvania needs to improve the operational and reporting rules for charter schools and wants to change the regulations and laws that govern them.
Gov. Wolf Says He Wants Answers On 4 Children Separated From Families By ICEPennsylvania's governor says at least four children from his state were recently separated from their parents by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Gov. Tom Wolf Orders Flags Half-Staff To Honor Mass Shooting VictimsGov. Tom Wolf has ordered the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Flag on all commonwealth facilities and public buildings to be lowered at half-staff to honor the victims of the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.
Pennsylvania's Cash Assistance Program EndsBeginning this week, the General Assistance Program in Pennsylvania has ended.