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In letter, lawmakers try to bypass Wolf, ask RGGI administrator to block Pa.’s entrance

The move is one of several attempts by lawmakers to prevent the state joining the program through regulation.

By Rachel McDevitt

A full Beaver Stadium for Penn State football may be possible with enough vaccinations

“I know that Penn State fans here in Happy Valley and throughout the commonwealth want to get back to supporting the Nittany Lions in person again.”

By Emily Reddy/WPSU

Gov. Wolf squares off with GOP by firing charter school appeals board members

The Pennsylvania Charter Appeals Board exists as a place where charter schools can challenge decisions made by their local school boards. But right now, it’s unclear who would hear the appeals.

By Avi Wolfman-Arent/Keystone Crossroads

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In RGGI fight escalation, GOP blocks Wolf’s nominations to utility regulator

The move shocked some environmental and consumer protection groups, who say Republicans are holding the Public Utility Commission hostage over an unrelated policy decision.

By Rachel McDevitt

Gov. Tom Wolf gets his first COVID-19 vaccine dose

The governor is one of the last state chief executives to get a jab.

By Sam Dunklau

‘I’m ready to face anything head-on:’ Grocery store worker celebrates getting a vaccine after months of waiting

Grocery store workers are among those who have borne the brunt of COVID-19 risk for well over a year. Vaccines, the Wolf administration says, are how the commonwealth is saying thank you.

By Sam Dunklau

Pennsylvania wraps up vaccinating school professionals early

Gov. Tom Wolf said the effort to separately vaccinate Pa.’s teachers, administrators, and support staff was completed several weeks ahead of schedule.

By Sam Dunklau

Board OK’s $1.5 million renovation to governor’s suite in state Capitol

The Pennsylvania Capitol Preservation Committee authorized an overhaul of the 10-room suite that is expected to be finished by year’s end.

By The Associated Press

Updated: March 30, 2021 | 10:15 pm

Wolf still won’t say when people in 1B and beyond will be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine

At a mass vaccination site in Harrisburg, the governor touted what he calls ‘significant progress’ in the vaccine rollout, but is not yet committing to a timetable for expanding eligibility.

By Sam Dunklau