BLOG: Governor Wolf’s Week, June 12 – June 18, 2016​

first_imgThursday, 6/16/16Governor Wolf Signs Bill Aimed at Increasing Public Awareness of Prostate CancerFriday, 6/17/16PA.gov That Works: Launch of Our PilotGovernor Wolf Signs Three Bills into LawHighlights from The Blog:GUEST BLOG: Sen. Casey: As a Father, the Sexual Assault Crisis on College Campuses Is PersonalBLOG: We Must Protect All VictimsBLOG: Governor Wolf Hosts Roundtables in Bethlehem and Scranton to Discuss the Current Opioid Crisis (Round-up)BLOG: Want Wine? Ship it to Your House Under New Liquor Reform Bill.BLOG: Wolf Administration Thanks Police Officers for Reaching 1,000 Overdose Reversals (Round-up)BLOG: Pennsylvania Businesses Excited for Liquor Reform (Round-up)BLOG: Three Big Reasons We Need to Invest In PA SchoolsBLOG: Pension Reform Saves Taxpayers Money and Reduces RiskBLOG: New Oil and Gas Drilling Regulations and a Government That WorksBLOG: Pennsylvania’s Agreement with Airbnb is a Win for AllBLOG: MAP: A Look at the Wolf Administration’s Opioid Epidemic Outreach June 17, 2016 BLOG: Governor Wolf’s Week, June 12 – June 18, 2016​ Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf The Blog,  Videos,  Weekly Update This week Governor Wolf attended a community vigil for the victims of the Orlando shooting. “Frances and I join with all Pennsylvanians in mourning the senseless deaths of at least 50 people in Orlando. This is a national tragedy, and our thoughts and prayers are with the victims, their loved ones, and all Floridians,” Governor Wolf said.On Monday, Governor Wolf recognized police officers across the Commonwealth for reversing more than 1,000 opioid overdoses in over one year. The Wolf Administration made Naloxone available to State Police and other law enforcement and emergency personnel in April 2015. Gov. Wolf also continued to advocate for $34 million to fight the opioid crisis in the final budget.Governor Wolf also ceremoniously signed SB 609, sponsored by Senator Bob Mensch. This bill creates greater public awareness of measures available to detect, diagnose and treat prostate cancer and related chronic prostate conditions. On Tuesday, Governor Wolf had an outpatient procedure as part of his previously announced prostate cancer treatment.Today, the Wolf Administration launched a new PA.gov pilot site. On the new PA.gov pilot site, we will test out ideas to serve you better digitally. You can help us figure out what works and what doesn’t on the new pilot by giving us feedback on our new look. You can learn more here.Governor Wolf’s Week, June 12 – June 18, 2016Sunday, 6/12/16Governor Wolf Statement on Orlando ShootingGovernor Wolf Orders Flags at Half-Staff to Honor the Victims of the Orlando ShootingHouse Bill 1436 Becomes LawMonday, 6/13/16Statement Regarding Governor Wolf’s Prostate Cancer TreatmentGovernor Wolf Signs Bill Strengthening Child-safety Seat ProtectionsGovernor Wolf Recognizes Pennsylvania Police Officers for Reaching 1,000 Overdose Reversal MilestoneGovernor Wolf, Senate Leaders Announce Slate of Judicial NominationsGovernor Wolf attends Community Vigil for the victims of the Orlando ShootingTuesday, 6/14/16Governor Wolf Resting at Home After Successful ProcedureGovernor Wolf Statement on House Passage of Pension ReformWednesday 6/15/16Pennsylvania Commission on Latino Affairs Statement on Orlando ShootingGovernor Wolf Applauds Approval of Oil and Gas Regulations after Bi-partisan Agreement Reached with Legislature SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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