Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, a Democrat, is one of many elected officials nationwide to take action or publicly oppose anti-LGBT laws like those in North Carolina and Mississippi passed recently.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, a Democrat, is one of many elected officials nationwide to take action or publicly oppose anti-LGBT laws like those in North Carolina and Mississippi passed recently. adouglas@mcclatchydc.com Anna Douglas
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, a Democrat, is one of many elected officials nationwide to take action or publicly oppose anti-LGBT laws like those in North Carolina and Mississippi passed recently. adouglas@mcclatchydc.com Anna Douglas

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