If you think you or someone you love needs help combating opioid addiction, please call 1-800-662-HELP or visit Get Help Now. If someone is actively overdosing, call 911. Read more
We are closer to being like Texas than you can imagine. It’s up to all of us to ensure we don’t end up there, which we can do by demanding our elected state officials protect our rights. Read more
“As a child advocate, I witnessed the incredible power of working with a diverse group of professionals and experts united in the goal of making sure every child is safe. I look forward to working with and learning from the other members of the task force to ensure that every child in the commonwealth is safe from exploitation and victimization." Read more
Also, reflecting on the events of 9/11, a final reminder on a shredding event, help with Hurricane Ida recovery, and more. Read more
Weekly email also provides Hurricane Ira flood resources, thanks our amazing first responders, reminds about federal unemployment benefits ending, and much more. Read more
According to the CDC, multiple studies have shown that transmission rates within school settings – when prevention strategies are in place – are typically lower than community transmission levels. Read more
Weekly email also promotes an upcoming FREE shredding event, COVID-19 booster shots for the immunocompromised, the need for blood donations, and more. Read more
Job search assistance and non-unemployment assistance is available to help those in need. Read more
As we see the effects from an increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases across the country, and pleas from doctors and hospital systems for people to be vaccinated and to wear masks, Montgomery County has again become an area of “high” level community transmission per the CDC. Read more
Read Rep. Hanbidge's summer 2021 legislative newsletter Read more
Fundamentally, when it comes to voting, voting districts and voting rights, we should all meet on a level playing field, and no politician should ever get in the way of a certain group of people or party’s access to vote. Read more
The CDC recommends that fully vaccinated individuals wear a mask in public indoor settings in counties that have substantial or high COVID transmission rates. Read more
Plus info on a land preservation program, the ADA anniversary, National Buffalo Soldier Day, and more. Read more
Noting the importance of charitable organizations, highlighting a nonprofit resiliency grant program, reporting UC fraud, and saluting the Montco Chamber of Commerce. Read more
Plus news on the Child Tax Credit, National Parks & Rec Month, pet safety, and, of course, ice cream! Read more
I recently shared my concerns over HB1300, the voter suppression bill, and later shared that Governor Wolf vetoed it. In his veto, Governor Wolf cited the unconstitutional and onerous ID rules, that it limited mail-in voting and drop boxes, and that it created the most restrictive voter registration deadline in the country. Read more
Last week I touched briefly on my hopes for a budget that reflects our values, our priorities, and a true investment in the future of the Commonwealth. Read more
As I write this email I continue to wait for a draft of the proposed budget. Read more
While this past week was another session week, we had fewer contentious bills before the full House than we did last week, although several contentious bills did move through their respective committee. Read more
This week was a very busy one for the House. Typically, the entire month of June is filled with heavy voting days as we finalize the annual budget. Read more
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