Tom Wolfe

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Noun1.Tom Wolfe - United States writer who has written extensively on American culture (born in 1931)Tom Wolfe - United States writer who has written extensively on American culture (born in 1931)
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Tom Wolf on Friday said the state's website will share stories of good deeds and kind gestures May 23 for "1-4-3 Day," named for Mister Rogers' favorite number.
Ipsos bosses in Paris have banned political polls in Kenya and as a result leader researcher Tom Wolf has opted out.
Tom Wolf requesting that "Any redevelopment of the Rockhill Quarry be suspended until a more thorough environmental review of the site can be conducted."
Tom Wolf signed the new budget, a $32.7 billion spending plan.
If you're busy raising children, caring for grandchildren, working a job, and/or taking care of your home, you may not have had time to analyze the record of Pennsylvania Democratic Governor Tom Wolf on the life issues.
Pennsylvania governor, Tom Wolf, said, 'Her varied and focused experience will help significantly as she continues to lead the Department of Insurance.'
Tom Wolf has chosen Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller to head the state's Department of Human Services, with Insurance Department Chief of Staff Jessica Altman being named interim commissioner.
Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf has reported 23 airports in the state will make safety upgrades and expand operation opportunities with the assistance of USD8.8 million in state investments, the governor said.
Governor Tom Wolf said that travel information available for Pennsylvania roadways is being expanded through a free, two-way data-sharing partnership between the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and Waze (www.waze.com), a real-time crowdsourced navigation app through which drivers share road conditions.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf exercised his veto power on July 2 to block a bill that would have privatized the state's liquor industry.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced on April 22 the investment of over $130 million for 12 water and wastewater projects across eight counties through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST).