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Wolf: I’ll Protect Medical Marijuana Patients from Jeff Sessions

Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf isn’t happy with a letter that surfaced this week from Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The letter, which Sessions sent to congressional leaders […]

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Wolf Bashes Healthcare Bill in Letter to White House

Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf is urging the White House not to embrace the American Health Care Act – legislation that would repeal and replace major […]

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Philly Tech to Rally Against Wolf Budget Proposal

The tech industry has hit a rough patch with Governor Tom Wolf. To close a $3 billion deficit in the Commonwealth’s 2017-18 budget, Wolf has […]

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Poll: More Than Half of Pa. Voters Want to Legalize Weed

More than half of Pennsylvania voters – 56 percent – want to legalize marijuana, according to a new survey from Franklin & Marshall College. According to […]

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Report: Wolf’s Plan to Raise Minimum Wage Could Cost Jobs

Gov. Tom Wolf wants to raise the minimum wage from $7.25 to $12 per hour, per his budget proposal, but a new report claims such a hike […]

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If This Bill Passes, Privately-Owned Liquor Stores Could Finally Be a Thing in Philly

Less than a year ago, Governor Tom Wolf signed a pretty big-deal liquor reform bill allowing grocery stores, restaurants and hotels that already sold beer […]

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Five Things to Know About Gov. Wolf’s Budget Proposal

Watch the video of my full #PAbudget address, and read my message to the people of Pennsylvania: https://t.co/X3JDrSSkO3 pic.twitter.com/oRM5kUznua — Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) February […]

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State Rejects Philly’s Bid to Expand Tax-Free Zones to Logan Triangle, West Philly

Over the summer, as the dust began to settle on another Pennsylvania budget negotiation, officials in Philadelphia’s Commerce Department realized that the state had opened […]

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What the Incredible Rise of the Independent Voter Means for Philly

For more than half of the 20th century, the number of registered independents and third-party voters in Philadelphia didn’t change much. From the 1940s to […]

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Wolf Vetoes Bill That Would Stall Naming of Cops Who Shoot Civilians

Gov. Tom Wolf has just vetoed a controversial bill that would have limited transparency at police departments across the state.

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You’ll Soon Be Able to Buy Six-Packs and Growlers From Beer Distributors

Gov. Tom Wolf signed a bill yesterday that will allow Pennsylvania residents to buy six-packs and growlers to go from beer distributors.

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Relish Trounces Famous in Election Day Power Food Matchup

Look, I know we’re all dying to see how that awful reality TV show — Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump: Election 2016 — will end tonight. History will be […]

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Uber and Lyft Bill Passes Final Legislative Hurdle

The Pennsylvania Senate yesterday voted overwhelmingly to approve legislation that would, with Gov. Tom Wolf’s signature, make Uber and Lyft legal in Pennsylvania.

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Two School Reform Commission Members Resign

Two members of Philadelphia’s School Reform Commission, the appointed body that serves in place of an elected school board, have announced that they will resign. […]

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Tom Wolf’s Crash Course in State Government

In late July — on the day Donald Trump was nominated for president — Governor Tom Wolf drove from Harrisburg to a strip mall in […]