Daley announces $3.5M in state grants to serve Montco and the 148th District

(Dec 28, 2020)

“I’m proud of the diversity of projects in our district that have received funding this year,” Daley said. “I’m especially glad that our residents who are differently abled will have greater resources to grow and thrive in our community thanks to the RACP funding.” Read more

 

House Democrats fight for safety and common sense

(Dec 23, 2020)

I am a proud co-sponsor of this legislation. Read more

 

Daley: Why I wear my mask

(Dec 21, 2020)

I just am not interested in sacrificing the time I have put in staying masked, socially distant and with very clean hands to COVID-19. I am sticking with the public health experts because, as they see it, the best that can happen is we all commit to wearing our masks, we get COVID-19 under control and, combined with vaccinations, we return to relative normalcy once again. Read more

 

Fall 2020 Newsletter

(Dec 04, 2020)

The most recent newsletter features updates on COVID-19, available assistance, school safety grants, a salute to veterans, and much more. Read more

 

Daley announces Highlands Mansion preservation through recently passed and signed legislation

(Dec 03, 2020)

“Diligent work by many people who have been involved over a long period of time has paid off, as the HHS now has oversight of this wonderful property located right here in the 148th,” Daley said. “This transfer ensures the preservation of the Highlands Mansion and Gardens, allowing our community to treasure this space for years to come.” Read more

 

Daley announces $178K in safety grants for local schools

(Nov 17, 2020)

“It’s impossible to understate the value of a safe and secure learning environment, and that will be even more critical once all students, teachers and faculty are able to return to full-time, in-person educational settings,” Daley said. “As we look ahead, I am grateful for this funding to help a variety of schools in our community.” Read more

 

Happy Veterans Day: Check out various resources and programs available for our Veterans

(Nov 10, 2020)

Today and every day, we celebrate veterans’ immeasurable contributions, draw inspiration from your example, and strive to give you our full support as a grateful nation. Thank you for serving our country and protecting our freedoms. Read more

 

House Democratic leaders highlight coordinated misinformation and intimidation tactics to push back against public health protection

(Oct 08, 2020)

“More than 200,000 Americans, including over 8,200 Pennsylvanians, are dead from this virus -- and more than 164,000 Pennsylvanians have been infected. However, the House Republican leaders felt it more important to make the governor and his administration look bad than work together to protect the people they swore an oath to serve. This behavior is a clear violation of the people’s trust.” Read more

 

9/21/20 – COVID-19’s Impact on PA’s Innovative Economy – Harrisburg

(Sep 21, 2020)

Materials from a House Democratic Policy Committee public hearing held in the Capitol and co-chaired by State Rep. Mary Jo Daley. Read more

 

Daley applauds $25K cultural preservation grant for Ambler theater

(Sep 15, 2020)

“Act II Playhouse brings joy to so many in this community, and it’s important for art and culture to continue playing key roles in our lives,” Daley said. “There are many organizations and businesses hurting, and I will keep fighting to help bring in funding when and where it’s needed. I am hopeful this grant will assist this local theater company, a wonderful community asset and an anchor for the borough’s downtown to move forward.” Read more

 

Follow up to Sept. 13 shredding event

(Sep 14, 2020)

While we ultimately were able to shred the material for many attendees, we know that some constituents left due to time constraints and that many attendees were inconvenienced. I want to apologize for this. Read more

 

Cephas, Daley announce $23,518 grant to help St. Joseph’s University curb underage and dangerous drinking

(Sep 09, 2020)

State Reps. Morgan Cephas and Mary Jo Daley announced today that a $23,518 grant is going to help Saint Joseph's University reduce underage and reckless drinking. "Just like in our efforts to shut down stop-and-gos, curbing underage and reckless drinking can save lives and rid our neighborhoods of the violence that can come with it," said Cephas, D-Phila. "I will keep fighting to secure critical resources like this, which invest in educating our young people about the real-life risks of abusing alcohol and the need to set a responsible example for this generation and generations to come." The state funding is part of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board's 2020-22 Alcohol Education Grant Program and, according to Cephas, will go toward a number of prevention initiatives, including: Social norms campaign. EVERFI AlcoholEdu. e-CHUG. e-TIPS University. PLCB conference. Safety App. "While it's inevitable that young adults in college test newly discovered freedoms, there are ways to do it safely, and programs like these at St. Joseph's help educate students to be more responsible in their actions," said Daley, D-Montgomery, who added that Plymouth Township Police Department and the CTC Wellness Foundation in Conshohocken each received $40,000 in PLCB grants Read more

 

Sept. 1 update: a Sunday shredding event, and an update from PennDOT

(Sep 01, 2020)

Shredding is a great way to safely dispose of important documents you no longer need – and in a way that’s environmentally friendly. Read more

 

Daley announces $778K in grants to fund local stormwater management, sewer projects

(Aug 18, 2020)

“Stormwater and sewer infrastructure don’t tend to get a lot of attention until storms are in the forecast and folks’ lives are disrupted by damaging or otherwise inconvenient flooding, or until the cost to make fixes hits their wallets,” Daley said. “When we have the opportunity to direct funds toward efforts like these, especially when the funding is in the form of a grant, it’s incredibly important that we take it and make the most of it.” Read more

 

Let’s champion adaptability, not blame, when we talk about a plan for reopening our schools

(Aug 14, 2020)

I read state Rep. Kerry Benninghoff’s recent column on the need to prioritize our children’s safety, not politicize it. While I believe Rep. Benninghoff is sincere in his concern for children throughout the commonwealth, I think he and many others in his party are missing the mark when they talk about what our children need from us as this school year gets underway. Read more

 

Women’s Health Caucus calls for investigation into ‘Real Alternatives’ nonprofit

(Aug 13, 2020)

The WHC chairs called the actions of the nonprofit into question, writing, “For more than 20 years, an organization known as Real Alternatives has been enriching itself and its executives, mismanaging state-appropriated funding, and potentially misdirecting that funding for advertising and legal services, including using Pennsylvania dollars in other states.” Read more

 

Policy Committee Hearing on Innovative Responses to Maternal Mortality

(Aug 13, 2020)

Lawmakers and experts in the field discussed the innovative responses to maternal mortality before and during the coronavirus pandemic, which put a unique strain on the overall healthcare system and traditional services. Read more

 

It’s time for Pa. lawmakers to stop punishing working mothers and their babies | Opinion

(Aug 13, 2020)

Medical experts cite unequivocal evidence that breastfeeding provides tremendous health benefits to babies and mothers (or breast-feeding parent, in the case of transgender or gender-nonconforming birth parents). Read more

 

Summer 2020 Newsletter

(Aug 13, 2020)

Features info on COVID-19 and available relief, breastfeeding, local industry, shredding events and a lot more! Read more

 

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

(Aug 05, 2020)

“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

 

Daley announces $3.5M in state grants to serve Montco and the 148th District
Dec 28, 2020

House Democrats fight for safety and common sense
Dec 23, 2020

Daley: Why I wear my mask
Dec 21, 2020

Fall 2020 Newsletter
Dec 04, 2020

Daley announces Highlands Mansion preservation through recently passed and signed legislation
Dec 03, 2020

Daley announces $178K in safety grants for local schools
Nov 17, 2020

Happy Veterans Day: Check out various resources and programs available for our Veterans
Nov 10, 2020

House Democratic leaders highlight coordinated misinformation and intimidation tactics to push back against public health protection
Oct 08, 2020

9/21/20 – COVID-19’s Impact on PA’s Innovative Economy – Harrisburg
Sep 21, 2020

Daley applauds $25K cultural preservation grant for Ambler theater
Sep 15, 2020

Follow up to Sept. 13 shredding event
Sep 14, 2020

Cephas, Daley announce $23,518 grant to help St. Joseph’s University curb underage and dangerous drinking
Sep 09, 2020

Sept. 1 update: a Sunday shredding event, and an update from PennDOT
Sep 01, 2020

Daley announces $778K in grants to fund local stormwater management, sewer projects
Aug 18, 2020

Let’s champion adaptability, not blame, when we talk about a plan for reopening our schools
Aug 14, 2020

Women’s Health Caucus calls for investigation into ‘Real Alternatives’ nonprofit
Aug 13, 2020

Policy Committee Hearing on Innovative Responses to Maternal Mortality
Aug 13, 2020

It’s time for Pa. lawmakers to stop punishing working mothers and their babies | Opinion
Aug 13, 2020

Summer 2020 Newsletter
Aug 13, 2020

Cephas, Daley applaud health and safety grant for St. Joseph’s University
Aug 05, 2020