After a tour of the plant, Wolf talked with the media about a number of issues affecting rural Pennsylvania including healthcare.
Wolf says the current proposal in Washington — the Graham-Cassidy Bill — is simply bad. He added that this morning the Kaiser Family Foundation said between now and 2026 PA will lose billions of dollars, and it gets worse after 2027.
Wolf, a Democrat, says he’s working with other governors including Republican John Kasich of Ohio on a viable solution.
He said other issues people in this region wanted to talk to him about were broadband access and workforce readiness.
After his visit to the Kinzua Sky Walk, Wolf was headed to Whirley Drink Works! in Warren and then to Tionesta. He’ll conclude his 14-county tour tomorrow in Elk, Jefferson and Clearfield counties.