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Last 50 tweets from @GovernorTomWolf
Pennsylvania's minimum wage is $7.25/hr.

How much more you can earn an hour for the same job across our borders:
NY +$5.95
NJ +$5.75
OH +$2.05
MD +$5.25
WV +$1.50
DE +$3.25

I've urged the Republican-led legislature to act for years.
Let's #RaiseTheWage: on.pa.gov/findlegislator.
Find Your Legislator
legis.state.pa.us
 
PA has a new child care tax credit that will take effect when filing state taxes starting in 2023.

Childcare costs should never be a barrier.

I wanted to create this program to support our families, our workforce, our children, and our combined success in this commonwealth.
 
Should Pennsylvania legislators be allowed to receive unlimited gifts from special interest groups?

I banned the executive branch from receiving gifts on my first day in office.

It's time for a comprehensive gift ban for all elected officials.
 
Today our nation took a big step forward for our veterans.

Thank you to @POTUS for signing the PACT Act and to all the lawmakers who supported it.

This is the most significant expansion of health care and benefits for veterans and their families in decades.
 
Mail ballots are safe, secure, and available to all Pennsylvania voters on vote.pa.gov/mailballot.
Mail-in and Absentee Ballot
vote.pa.gov
 
Today I joined @RepMcClinton on a virtual call set up by Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates.

We talked about the future of abortion ​access in PA and what I’m doing to protect reproductive rights.

I’ll always stand up to defend abortion rights in our commonwealth.
 
When I took office, our commonwealth only had enough saved to sustain services for a few minutes during a fiscal emergency.

Today I am proud our Rainy Day Fund is at its highest level in history and finally on par with other states.
 
Today I'm at the @WhiteHouse to join @POTUS as he signs the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022, which aims to boost domestic microchip production.

This is critical in supporting our auto industry.

I'm eager to see the new jobs this will create––boosting our economy and workforce.
 
This year, we're creating 2,960 new openings in high-quality early childhood education programs in PA.

My goal when I took office was to ensure a quality education for all Pennsylvanians—no matter their zip code.

I'm proud to say we've come a long way toward meeting that goal.
 
Before I was governor, I volunteered as a clinic escort for Planned Parenthood.

My job was to help people get to their medical appointments through a sea of protestors.

I take protecting reproductive rights seriously and will veto any attacks on these freedoms.
 
Today I'm in Erie to recognize the critical investments we've made in education.

This year, we secured a $1.8 billion school funding increase, building off of last year's historic investment.

I've always believed education should come first.
 
 
Today, I'm happy to be in York to celebrate a game-changing reduction in Pennsylvania’s Corporate Net Income Tax.

As part of my last budget, I signed legislation that will put PA on a path to a 4.99% CNIT.

It also includes changes to ensure tax quality and fairness in PA. pic.twitter.com/PoALS9Om5E
Replying to @GovernorTomWolf
PA’s CNIT was one of the highest in the nation – creating barriers to businesses wanting to relocate here and putting a burden on businesses trying to grow. This change will help us stay competitive with other states while helping our businesses thrive.
 
Today, I'm happy to be in York to celebrate a game-changing reduction in Pennsylvania’s Corporate Net Income Tax.

As part of my last budget, I signed legislation that will put PA on a path to a 4.99% CNIT.

It also includes changes to ensure tax quality and fairness in PA.
 
I am proud to have built on the historic progress we've made for education in Pennsylvania.

This $1.8B funding increase will:

✅ Create a more diverse, and equitable school system
✅ Help cut property taxes
✅ Support the most in-need schools
✅ Invest in our youngest learners
 
Governor Tom Wolf Retweeted ·  
Every August 7, we honor the more than 91,000 Pennsylvanians killed or wounded in war since 1917.

#PurpleHeartDay 🎖💜
 
Four years ago today, I established the nation's first state LGBTQ+ commission.

I’ll continue to do everything in my power to expand and protect LGBTQ+ rights in our commonwealth.

I won't stop calling on the Republican-led legislature to do the same.
 
Frances and I are heartbroken after seven adults and three children lost their lives in a house fire today in Luzerne County.

Our prayers are with their loved ones.

Thank you to the many first responders who rushed to the scene.
 
As families struggle with soaring prices and temperatures, I applaud @POTUS and Congressional Democrats for taking action.

The Inflation Reduction Act would help return stability to our economy and tackle climate change at a historic magnitude.

I urge Congress to act swiftly.
 
PA had a mass shooting every 10 days in 2020.

This number is staggering. We must act.

Tell your legislators: Close the background check loophole, enact red flag laws, strengthen secure storage requirements, and make it mandatory to report lost/stolen firearms within 72 hours.
 
PA had a mass shooting every 10 days in 2020.

This number is staggering. We must act.

Tell your legislators: Close the background check loophole, enact red flag laws, strengthen secure storage requirements, and make it mandatory to report lost/stolen firearms within 72 hours.
 
I'm doing everything I can to bring meaningful change to our antiquated wage regulations, but only the legislature can #RaiseTheWage for all Pennsylvanians.

It's past time that the Republican-led General Assembly take action to modernize our embarrassingly-low wages.
 
Today I'm in State College to recognize the success of the PA Farm Bill.

To date, it has secured $76M in hundreds of projects.

The PA Farm Bill has proven to help support a strong food supply chain, remove red tape, and improve the lives of our farmers and families.
 
When @FettermanLt toured the state, 82% of you told him you want marijuana legalization in Pennsylvania.

So, what’s the hold up?

You want to #LegalizeIt. I’ve said I’ll sign it into law.

But first, we need the legislature to get a bill to my desk.
 
Today I'm in Reading to celebrate PA's $3.7 billion increase in education funding over the past seven years.

I’m proud to have secured these investments.

A well-funded educational system promotes a healthy workforce, strong communities, and less financial burden for taxpayers.
 
PA is a national leader in farmland preservation.

Protecting farmland supports the backbone of our commonwealth – our farmers, food supply, and environment.

Since I took office, funding to agriculture has increased by nearly $100M – including a 30% increase in my last budget.
 
Last night, Kansas voters resoundingly said NO to clearing the way for abortion bans in their state.

We know abortion bans are unpopular and that people want their reproductive rights protected.

I’ll continue to veto any attacks on abortion access here in Pennsylvania.
 
I've made it a priority to position our commonwealth for success — reforming tax laws, investing in our future, and cutting government waste.

I'm proud Pennsylvania is on a healthy fiscal path.
 
Days over 90°F could increase to 60 per year in parts of Pennsylvania if we don't cut emissions.

We must continue to do everything we can to protect vulnerable populations and curb climate change.
 
Today the Pennsylvania Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of Act 77 of 2019, the state’s no-excuse mail-in voting law.

Millions of Pennsylvanians have embraced mail-in voting since it passed with bipartisan support.

This ruling assures it will remain in place.
 
When I took office in 2015, Pennsylvania had a $2 to $3 billion budget deficit.

I'm proud to say I will leave office with a multi-billion dollar budget surplus.

And that’s with historic investments in education funding. pic.twitter.com/ofyMo2xMew
Replying to @GovernorTomWolf
This year’s budget adds $1.8 billion to education funding. If there’s one thing I know to be true, it’s this: Education changes lives. Thank you to everyone — parents, teachers, students, and administrators — who has worked tirelessly to keep our schools running every day.
 
When I took office in 2015, Pennsylvania had a $2 to $3 billion budget deficit.

I'm proud to say I will leave office with a multi-billion dollar budget surplus.

And that’s with historic investments in education funding.
 
We're putting federal COVID-19 relief funds to work.

Next month, Pennsylvanians participating in @parevenue's Property Tax/Rent Rebate program will receive a one-time bonus rebate.

I'm thankful this boost will help vulnerable Pennsylvanians recovering from the pandemic.
 
I'm proud to have signed this long overdue bill—but there's still more we must do to protect LGBTQ+ Pennsylvanians from bigotry.

It's time for statewide nondiscrimination protections.

It's time for the Republican-led legislature to pass the #FairnessAct.
witf.org/2022/07/15/hom…
Homosexuality finally removed from Pa. Crimes Code | WITF
witf.org
 
Today I'm reintroducing the PA Opportunity Program.

Times are tough, inflation is high, and many Pennsylvanians don't make a livable wage.

I want to take money we already have and give payments of up to $2,000 for households earning less than $80,000 a year. pic.twitter.com/8JPuIp2VCI
Replying to @GovernorTomWolf
We need Republican leaders in the General Assembly to take action to help Pennsylvanians get through these tough times. Tell your legislators you support the PA Opportunity Program: on.pa.gov/FindMyLegislat….
Find Your Legislator
legis.state.pa.us
 
Today I'm reintroducing the PA Opportunity Program.

Times are tough, inflation is high, and many Pennsylvanians don't make a livable wage.

I want to take money we already have and give payments of up to $2,000 for households earning less than $80,000 a year.
 
Ensuring every single one of our students has access to a quality education has been my top priority as governor.

I am incredibly proud of the progress we've made.
 
Governor Tom Wolf Retweeted ·  
.@GovernorTomWolf today announced more than $384 million in grant funding for early childhood education, providing more children and families in Pennsylvania with access to high-quality early learning programs. on.pa.gov/3P4BjPH
 
I'm back on my Instagram stories today to answer your questions.

I’ll be answering your questions today at 2 p.m.

Looking forward to it!
 
Governor Tom Wolf Retweeted ·  
.@GovernorTomWolf yesterday announced that a member of @PATaskForce1 was deployed to Kentucky to assist with response and recovery efforts following historic flooding that devastated parts of the state. on.pa.gov/3bl7exf
Governor Wolf Announces One Member of PA Task Force 1 Deployed to Kentucky After Devastating Floods
governor.pa.gov
 
Reproductive rights are human rights.
 
Three years ago I signed my executive order to protect vulnerable Pennsylvanians.

This order established the Office of Advocacy and Reform and a Council on Reform.

These groups have been focused on advocating for crime victims, reducing trauma, and promoting healing.
 
Happy anniversary to Medicaid, a program that provides health care coverage to millions of Pennsylvanians in need.
 
In 2015, I expanded Medicaid — helping us reach our lowest uninsured rate in commonwealth history.
Medicaid has been helping people living on low incomes and people with disabilities access quality health care for 57 years. 🎉

Learn more/apply today: on.pa.gov/Medicaid. pic.twitter.com/0acyBYIRjT
 
I’m in Montgomery County with @PAAttorneyGen to reaffirm our commitment to protecting abortion access in Pennsylvania.
 
Abortion is health care and a deeply personal choice. It will remain legal and safe here as long as I am governor.
 
When I took office, Pennsylvania was ranked the 40th best state for business.

Now, we're #17.

That's not luck. My administration has put in years of hard work to grow a diverse, strong workforce and create a healthier economy.
pennlive.com/life/2022/07/p…
Pennsylvania among top 20 best states for business: study
pennlive.com
 
Today Frances and I are touring the Philadelphia Wholesale Produce Market, home to food rescue org Sharing Excess.

They redistribute more than 100K lbs of food each week into their communities.

Fighting hunger is a necessity––one we've worked to address on a statewide level. pic.twitter.com/L4bX8ZgpSp
Replying to @GovernorTomWolf
This budget we secured an increase of $2M for the Pennsylvania Agricultural Surplus System. PASS is used to buy surplus food from local farmers that would normally go to waste––redirecting it to families in need. We're proud to see others share our mission to end hunger in PA.
 
Today Frances and I are touring the Philadelphia Wholesale Produce Market, home to food rescue org Sharing Excess.

They redistribute more than 100K lbs of food each week into their communities.

Fighting hunger is a necessity––one we've worked to address on a statewide level.
 
I’m doing everything in my power to keep PA from moving backward on women’s rights.

I signed an executive order to protect abortion seekers and practitioners.

And yesterday I filed a lawsuit to stop the state legislature’s unconstitutional attempts to restrict abortion access.
 
Today I filed a lawsuit against the Republican-led General Assembly for their unconstitutional attempt to ban abortion in PA.

To try to get around my veto, they loaded proposed constitutional amendments into Senate Bill 106 and rammed it through during budget negotiations.
Replying to @GovernorTomWolf
As long as I remain governor, I will take every step to ensure that abortion remains legal in Pennsylvania.
 
Today I filed a lawsuit against the Republican-led General Assembly for their unconstitutional attempt to ban abortion in PA.

To try to get around my veto, they loaded proposed constitutional amendments into Senate Bill 106 and rammed it through during budget negotiations.
 
 
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