Gov. Wolf continues 'Jobs that Pay' tour at regenerative medicine facility in Pittsburgh

Governor Tom Wolf was in Pittsburgh Monday to tour and meet with employees of Cook MyoSite, a leading medical manufacturer that specializes in the collection, selection and expansion of human skeletal cells for the treatment of various disorders.

After his tour of the recently expanded, two-facility site of 64 new jobs, bringing its complement to more than 130 jobs, Gov. Wolf sat down with employees to ask them a question which he most eagerly wanted to know the answer to- what drew them to work for such a company in Pittsburgh?

“What’s important to you to make places like this work so well?” asked Wolf. 

Monday, July 31, 2017/Author: Alanna Koll
Categories: Pittsburgh
Animal Protection Remains at the Forefront of the Legislative Agenda

Animal Protection Remains at the Forefront of the Legislative Agenda

Just last month the commonwealth celebrated the passage of HB 1238, a package of several measures bringing the penalties for animal abuse to new heights in Pennsylvania, which was dubbed the most “comprehensive animal protection bill in the history of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania” by the Humane Society of United States.

 

Building on this achievement, the General Assembly has demonstrated there is still work to be done to protect Pennsylvania’s animals and has a lineup of legislation awaiting further action.

Monday, July 31, 2017/Author: Nicole Trayer
Categories: News and Views
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