Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has more than doubled the number of pardons granted by any governor in the state before him, with a quarter of the pardons being for non-violent marijuana offenses.
Gov. Tom Wolf will wrap up eight years in office next month, having steered Pennsylvania through unpredictable times.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed a flurry of bills Thursday, including energy tax credits, decriminalization of fentanyl test strips and help for autonomous vehicles, as the two-year legislative session winds down.
Seven additional Pennsylvania government agencies will provide voter registration forms. The expansion comes under a new order being signed Wednesday by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf.
Pennsylvanians with minor, nonviolent marijuana criminal convictions are eligible to be pardoned under a joint effort from Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and Lt. Gov. John Fetterman.
Researchers looked at nearly 2,500 Pennsylvania children, 405 of whom were diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), which is the most common type of pediatric cancer.
Governor Wolf apologized Tuesday for what he called “bragging” about the nearly $4-billion he’s pushed into public education during his soon-to-end two terms in office.
The lawsuit filed in the state Supreme Court argues that the proposed abortion amendment would violate privacy protections. Wolf wants the high court to throw out the amendments, declaring that they are not constitutionally valid.
Gov. Tom Wolf and lawmakers have wrapped up a budget package nearly two weeks late, approving billions of dollars in new spending, tax breaks for businesses and substantial sums for public schools.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday rejected three bills passed by the Republican majority Legislature, vetoing measures regarding transgender athletes in school sports and poll watchers.
A panel of Commonwealth Court judges granted the municipalities' request to effectively declare the plan dead because Wolf's Department of Transportation had not followed the law.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf tweeted that he tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday.
Gov. Wolf, activists and religious leaders gathered in Philadelphia to rally against gun violence and call out lack of leadership on gun safety measures.
Delaware Valley leaders shared reactions to the tragic Texas elementary school shooting where police say at least 21 people, including 19 students, were killed.
Gov. Tom Wolf's eighth and last budget proposal being delivered to lawmakers Tuesday is expected to push state spending well past $40 billion for the first time, as the Democrat will ask Republicans for another substantial increase in state aid for public schools.
Democrats view it as a partisan map, producing 10 Republican seats, and maybe up to 12, in a state where Pennsylvania’s delegation is currently split evenly and registered Democrats outnumber Republicans by 4 million to 3.4 million.
Gov. Tom Wolf will pitch his eighth and last budget proposal to lawmakers Tuesday, as the Democrat pushes Republicans to spend more federal pandemic relief aid now and Wolf looks to cement his public school legacy by securing a big boost in state aid.
Two months after the omicron variant of the coronavirus slammed hospitals with unvaccinated patients, Gov. Tom Wolf signed fast-tracked legislation Wednesday to help keep burned-out health care workers on board during a staffing crisis.
A statewide court has given lawmakers and Gov. Tom Wolf two weeks to break a stalemate around redrawing Pennsylvania's congressional districts.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration wants the centerpiece of the Democrat's plan to fight climate change to take effect immediately, but it is being held up in a growing legal dispute by an agency that answers to the Republican-controlled Legislature.