Gov. Tom Wolf reflects on eight years of successes, stumbles and standoffs

BY: and - December 27, 2022

Looking back over his eight years in office, Gov. Tom Wolf said he hopes he will be remembered for making Pennsylvania a better place and for doing it honestly and efficiently. Wolf took office in 2015, defeating the unpopular Republican Gov. Tom Corbett after a campaign where he spent $10 million of his own money. […]

Wolf signs bill to extending waivers of some state regulations until at least June 30

BY: - April 1, 2022

Gov. Tom Wolf once again signed into law this week an extension of the suspension of more than 240 state regulations. The bill, which passed the General Assembly unanimously, will keep in place waivers that govern everything from professional licensing to unemployment hearings until June 30, 2022. This is the third regulatory suspension approved by […]