Because a governor has considerable power to shape the nature of a state and determine how it treats its citizens, there’s reason to think a small program serving this state’s most vulnerable can survive efforts to kill it.
The reason is this: Gov. Tom Wolf is known for decency as a human being and a long commitment to public service.
Even those who disagree with the Democratic incumbent over taxes, spending, or government’s role in society will acknowledge his demonstrated devotion to a greater good than politics. See the whole column here