Governor Wolf’s Week, January 8 – January 14, 2017

first_imgLike Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf The Blog,  Weekly Update This week, Governor Wolf was joined by members of his administration and the General Assembly to announce that Pennsylvania received a $25 million federal investment to improve rural healthcare and hospitals.Governor Wolf and PennDOT also announced that $33 million in federal funds were made available to improve 51 alternative transportation projects across the Commonwealth.Combatting the opioid epidemic is a top priority for the governor. This week, he was able to tour and host roundtable discussions at Centers of Excellence in Bethlehem and Connellsville.Governor Wolf continued his “Jobs that Pay” tour at Jyoti Natural Foods in Sharon Hill. He also made several job creation and business expansion announcements for Allegheny and Delaware counties, Indiana County, and Luzerne County.Governor Wolf’s Week, January 8 – January 14, 2017Monday, 1/9/17On “Jobs that Pay” Tour, Governor Wolf Visits Jyoti Natural Foods in Sharon HillGovernor Wolf Highlights Importance of Career, Technical Education at PA FFA Mid-Winter Convention during 101st PA Farm ShowTuesday, 1/10/17Ahead of Future Winter Storms, Governor Wolf PennDOT Stress Safety, PreparednessGovernor Wolf Announces 51 PennDOT Projects Statewide to Improve Transportation AlternativesGovernor Wolf Announces New Jobs in Luzerne County with Establishment of American Paper Bag FacilityGovernor Wolf Announces Creation of 392 New Jobs in Allegheny and Delaware Counties with Expansion of SAPWednesday, 1/11/17In Bethlehem, Governor Wolf Hosts Roundtable to Discuss State Efforts to Battle Opioid EpidemicThursday, 1/12/17Governor Wolf, Treasurer Reese Consolidate Investments to Cut Millions in Wall Street FeesGovernor Wolf Announces $25 Million Federal Investment in Pennsylvania’s Rural Health SystemGovernor Wolf Announces Business Fee Exemptions for Military Veterans and ReservistsFriday, 1/13/17In Connellsville, Governor Wolf Hosts Roundtable to Discuss State Efforts to Battle Opioid EpidemicGovenror Wolf Announces New Jobs with Expansion of Core-Mark Holding International in Luzerne CountyGovernor Wolf Announces 50 New Jobs with Gordon Sinclair Expansion in Indiana CountyGovernor Wolf Congratulates Pittsburgh-Based American Robotics, Inc. for U.S. Department of Defense Designation as a New Advanced Robotics Manufacturing Innovation HubHighlights from The BlogFour Ways Governor Tom Wolf is Cutting Costs and Streamlining GovernmentWATCH: How to Save a Life with NaloxoneHow Pennsylvania Will Fight to Protect Health Insurance and Treatment for Substance Use DisordersGovernor Wolf and PennDOT Announce Funding for 51 Alternative Transportation Projects (Round-Up)Governor Wolf and Treasurer Reese Announce Cuts in Wall Street Fees by Consolidating Investments (Round-Up)Highlights from TwitterHere in PA, I will never sign any bill that forces women to undergo unnecessary, intrusive medical procedures. -TW https://t.co/QUo9hFhxxB— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) January 10, 2017 By: Eryn Spangler, Press Assistant Medicaid Expansion has given 63,000 in PA access to addiction treatment. We can’t allow them or any PA’ians to undergo a lapse in care. https://t.co/ue83wKF9B1— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) January 12, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter January 13, 2017 Governor Wolf’s Week, January 8 – January 14, 2017last_img

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