Delloso sets priorities for first term in state House

HARRISBURG, Jan. 1 – During a ceremony at the state Capitol today opening the 203rd legislative session, Rep. Dave Delloso took the oath of office to begin his first term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

Delloso’s legislative agenda will focus on enacting the House Democrats’ legislative plan for working families, #Plan4PA, by developing quality schools through a fair funding formula; creating a fair economy by closing the Delaware Loophole, doubling the corporate income tax on all corporations with over $10 million in annual Pennsylvania revenue, and enacting an extraction tax; freezing property taxes on seniors; and bringing good-paying jobs to Pennsylvania.

“The residents of the 162nd have sent me to Harrisburg to fight for quality schools, a fair economy and good jobs. We must make sure that education funding is dispersed in a more equitable way, end tax loopholes, freeze property taxes on seniors, and bring good-paying jobs to Pennsylvania,” Delloso said.

Delloso’s constituent service office is up and running at 605 E. Chester Pike, Ridley Park, Pa. 19078.

Delloso also invites people to visit his website – – which has links to information on state services and includes a form that allows constituents to email him. He also maintains a legislative Facebook page at and Twitter feed @RepDelloso.