Twenty Pennsylvania municipalities will share in $5 million in state funding that will pay for traffic signal improvements across the commonwealth.
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New SNAP Benefits Expansion Set to Add 420,000 Pennsylvanians
Pennsylvania’s SNAP, or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, will soon see an expansion come the start of next month.
Governor Wolf Announces New Plan to Boost Apprenticeship Program
On September 6, Governor Tom Wolf announced that he would be adding $297,000 towards the state’s pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship grant program which will help continue Western Pennsylvania Bricklayers Masonry Training Program.
Drunk Driving Rates Continue to Impact Pennsylvania Families – Law Enforcement Looks To Do Something About It
A coalition of local, regional, and state police units called Operation Nighthawk are working to stop drunk driving by conducting a network of DUI enforcement patrols.
Building Blocks Towards Sustainable Health Care Subsidies
In June, Governor Wolf and 13 other governors urged Congress to take action to prolong the Affordable Care Act (ACA) subsidies to stabilize health care coverage for civilians and families.
Governor Wolf Announces 3 New State Parks, More Details to Come
On July 12th, Governor Tom Wolf announced on Twitter, “Big news: Pennsylvania is getting three new state parks,” the first new parks in the state since 2005.
Gov. Wolf Pushes for $2,000 Direct Payments to Pennsylvanians
Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf, in conjunction with fellow state legislators, has plans to make direct payments to residents who make below $80,000 a year.