Governor floats plan to attack lead, asbestos in schools

Gov. Tom Wolf speaks at a news conference in his Capitol offices as he unveils a $1.1 billion package intended to help eliminate lead and asbestos contamination in Pennsylvania's schools, homes, day care facilities and public water systems, Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2020 in Harrisburg, Pa. Looking on are Democratic state lawmakers and officials from teachers' unions.

Today, Gov. Tom Wolf is delivering his budget speech to the Pennsylvania House and Senate.

Some of his focuses include more money for schools and environmental purposes, according to media reports.

LNP reporter Gillian McGoldrick is on the scene.

Follow along with her updates below.

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