Cephas, Daley applaud health and safety grant for St. Joseph’s University

(5 hours ago)

“Whether the classrooms are virtual or in-person, it’s crucial for so many reasons that our educational opportunities continue through this pandemic,” said Daley, whose 148th Legislative District covers parts of Lower Merion. “The grants for Saint Joseph’s and other institutions across the state are an investment to ensure safe, collective progress toward a better tomorrow, not just for individuals but for our entire state.” Read more

 

Breastfeeding isn’t just healthy for mother and child; it’s good for the environment

(Jul 28, 2020)

During my time as a state representative, I’ve been a strong advocate for the benefits of breastfeeding, and I continue my work to protect employees who are breastfeeding and to generally focus more attention on this subject. Read more

 

Daley, DeLissio co-hosting free shredding event Aug. 15 in Narberth

(Jul 27, 2020)

“Not only is shredding a safe way to get rid of unwanted documents, it’s also environmentally friendly, a fact that is tremendously important to both me and Representative DeLissio. We are thrilled to offer this opportunity for our respective constituents.” Read more

 

Hazard pay grants now available to support frontline workers

(Jul 20, 2020)

"The governor’s hazard pay grant is a way for Pennsylvania to thank its countless workers at the front line of the COVID-19 crisis. We all owe a debt of gratitude for their selfless efforts to keep all of us safe and living as normal a life as possible.” Read more

 

Women’s Health Caucus reacts to SCOTUS ruling on contraceptive coverage

(Jul 08, 2020)

“Equitable access to contraceptives is essential to prevent unintended pregnancies, yet the Trump administration is limiting this essential healthcare during a pandemic,” said state Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, who serves as Democratic chairwoman of the Women’s Health Caucus and also serves on the House Health Committee. Read more

 

District Office Reopening, plus updates on Green Phase, Social Justice, Financial Assistance and more

(Jul 01, 2020)

Not only are we in the midst of a global pandemic, but history is being made in the area of social justice. The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled on some crucial issues. Our country continues to struggle balancing the need to reopen our economy with the need to remain vigilant in our virus mitigation efforts. Read more

 

Mirroring moves by western states, Pa. Rep. makes the case for conservation corridors

(Jul 01, 2020)

Growing up as a girl scout, state Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, still remembers one of her troop’s key tenets – leave outdoor spaces better than you found them. Read more

 

Daley announces $20K environmental education grant for Riverbend Environmental Education Center

(Jul 01, 2020)

This funding is part of a statewide initiative to engage youth and adults in environmental justice, climate change and/or water quality improvement, expanding their understanding of these issues and providing skills to take responsible action to protect their environment. Read more

 

Women’s Health Caucus applauds SCOTUS decision to strike down Louisiana law severely restricting abortions

(Jun 29, 2020)

“While this is a win, women still face extraordinary obstacles accessing reproductive healthcare, and these restrictions harm low-income women and Black and brown women the most. We need to increase our investment in essential healthcare because a woman’s health outcome should not depend on her zip code.” Read more

 

Small Business Assistance grants available

(Jun 25, 2020)

Applications are expected to be available June 30 for a new program aimed at providing critical funding to local businesses hurt by the coronavirus. Read more

 

Joint Policy Hearing Focuses on Pandemic Funding for Childcare Centers

(May 27, 2020)

Balancing childcare and a job is one of the very real challenges that parents face in normal times. Considering the topsy-turvy world of COVID-19 and the economic necessity of getting people back to work, we must do everything we can to stabilize and support childcare centers so that our children and caregivers have a safe, healthy place to work and play. Read more

 

Daley News, May edition: Reopening the state, youth sports in a pandemic, and more

(May 20, 2020)

As we continue to navigate the difficult course laid before us by the COVID-19 pandemic, I am hopeful we are through the worst and that our county can soon move from the “red” to “yellow” phase in Governor Tom Wolf’s three-phased reopening plan. Read more

 

Help flatten another curve: Tick-borne illness in PA leads country

(May 19, 2020)

These tiny arachnids feed on the blood of mammals, birds and other creatures. They can be infected with bacteria, viruses or parasites, and the Tick Research Lab of Pennsylvania recognizes 11 different tick-borne illnesses that have been identified in this state. Read more

 

The Daley News, April 2020 edition: A reason to hope amid a pandemic

(Apr 29, 2020)

Thank you, all, for your patience, for your compassion, for your understanding, and for looking out for one another. I know I am forever grateful to this wonderful community for holding together during this most difficult time. Read more

 

Daley applauds Narberth’s participation in climate action program

(Apr 23, 2020)

“It says a lot about the outstanding leaders in Narberth that they took this type of initiative, to recognize the depth of the climate crisis and take the necessary steps to address the critical environmental threats facing all of us,” Daley said. “My wonderful hometown can and will be a positive example for other communities near and far.” Read more

 

Women’s Health Caucus chairs ask Gov. Wolf to veto S.B. 857

(Apr 22, 2020)

“This legislation is not needed right now and would restrict the use of telemedicine for 58 different medications that are prescribed for many different reasons, not just abortion,” Daley said. Read more

 

Amazon is playing whack-a-mole with coronavirus price gouging and it’s harming Pennsylvanians | Opinion

(Apr 13, 2020)

When you need it to stay safe from a dangerous virus, it’s simply not right for companies to continue enabling people to prey on the emergency. These companies form the backbone of online retail and have an obligation to stop illegal price gouging now and put strong practices into place to stop it from happening in the future. Read more

 

Fiedler, Daley introduce plan to help childcare centers survive COVID-19 pandemic

(Apr 08, 2020)

HARRISBURG, April 8 – While child care centers remain closed across the commonwealth to combat the spread of COVID-19, state Reps. Elizabeth Fiedler (D-Phila.) and Mary Jo Daley (D-Montgomery) are introducing legislation to help Pennsylvania’s childcare centers and workers weather this crisis. A recent survey found nearly one-third of the 605 childcare providers who serve more than 44,000 children in Pennsylvania would not be able to reopen if their facilities are closed for more than a month. Fiedler, the mother of two young children said: "Right now to help save lives, we need to stay home if we can. So many working families, including my own, rely on quality childcare in our community to educate and care for our children. We need to act now, so that when our families go back to work, childcare centers and workers will have their doors open, ready to care for our state’s children.” Fiedler and Daley’s plan would provide: Funding for childcare centers to cover costs, including payroll, benefits, utilities and loss of tuition payments associated with COVID-19 closure. Resources for Pre-K and Head Start, allowing these programs to extend into the summer and alleviate early childhood learning losses for students. "The closing of childcare centers was among the many difficult decisions made by our governor in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, but I believe it was the Read more

 

Rep. Daley's response to Speaker Turzai's April 2 Inquirer column

(Apr 07, 2020)

Governor Wolf and Dr. Levine are not only battling COVID-19 without adequate reserves, they’re also doing so with an anemic general fund, a frustrating and now dangerous hallmark of your majority’s control. Read more

 

COVID-19 support for PA business

(Apr 03, 2020)

A collection of information and links to assist local businesses during this COVID-19 crisis. Read more

 

Cephas, Daley applaud health and safety grant for St. Joseph’s University
5 hours ago

Breastfeeding isn’t just healthy for mother and child; it’s good for the environment
Jul 28, 2020

Daley, DeLissio co-hosting free shredding event Aug. 15 in Narberth
Jul 27, 2020

Hazard pay grants now available to support frontline workers
Jul 20, 2020

Women’s Health Caucus reacts to SCOTUS ruling on contraceptive coverage
Jul 08, 2020

District Office Reopening, plus updates on Green Phase, Social Justice, Financial Assistance and more
Jul 01, 2020

Mirroring moves by western states, Pa. Rep. makes the case for conservation corridors
Jul 01, 2020

Daley announces $20K environmental education grant for Riverbend Environmental Education Center
Jul 01, 2020

Women’s Health Caucus applauds SCOTUS decision to strike down Louisiana law severely restricting abortions
Jun 29, 2020

Small Business Assistance grants available
Jun 25, 2020

Joint Policy Hearing Focuses on Pandemic Funding for Childcare Centers
May 27, 2020

Daley News, May edition: Reopening the state, youth sports in a pandemic, and more
May 20, 2020

Help flatten another curve: Tick-borne illness in PA leads country
May 19, 2020

The Daley News, April 2020 edition: A reason to hope amid a pandemic
Apr 29, 2020

Daley applauds Narberth’s participation in climate action program
Apr 23, 2020

Women’s Health Caucus chairs ask Gov. Wolf to veto S.B. 857
Apr 22, 2020

Amazon is playing whack-a-mole with coronavirus price gouging and it’s harming Pennsylvanians | Opinion
Apr 13, 2020

Fiedler, Daley introduce plan to help childcare centers survive COVID-19 pandemic
Apr 08, 2020

Rep. Daley's response to Speaker Turzai's April 2 Inquirer column
Apr 07, 2020

COVID-19 support for PA business
Apr 03, 2020