Frankel, DeLissio, Daley call for postponement of transgender youth hearing

(Mar 11, 2020)

Trio cite concerns over testifier availability Read more

 

Daley lauds nearly $200K in safety and security grants for local nonprofits

(Mar 11, 2020)

“I cannot stress enough the importance of safety and security, especially at places of worship, institutions of education and anywhere folks gather to better themselves,” Daley said. “This was a new and highly competitive grant program, and I’m grateful our area is so well represented. Hate has absolutely no place in our community.” Read more

 

Daley celebrates $100K grant for Montco workforce development

(Mar 06, 2020)

“Whether statewide or right here at home through the MontcoWorks program, whatever we can do to prepare young people for better jobs and increased opportunity benefits everybody,” Daley said. “This is an investment that will pay off by strengthening our future workforce, and I thank all who contributed to helping Montgomery County secure its funding.” Read more

 

School safety grants awarded around Montgomery County

(Feb 26, 2020)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 26 – Montgomery County state representatives today announced school safety and security grants awarded to school districts throughout the county. The Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency’s School Safety and Security Committee awarded a total of $53.7 million in school safety grants. Montgomery County awards are as follows: Abington School District: $455,550 Agora Cyber Charter School: $143,226 Cheltenham Township School District: $45,000 Colonial School District: $45,000 Hatboro-Horsham School District: $45,000 Jenkintown School District: $30,000 Lower Merion School District: $45,000 Lower Moreland Township School District: $40,000 Methacton School District: $221,370 Norristown Area School District: $467,756 North Montco Technical Career Center: $150,000 North Penn School District: $45,000 Perkiomen Valley School District: $45,000 Pottsgrove School District: $40,000 Pottstown School District: $490,000 Souderton Area School District: $460,437 Springfield Township School District: $40,000 Spring-Ford Area School District: $45,000 Upper Dublin School District: $45,000 Upper Merion Area School District: $45,000 Upper Moreland School District: $40,000 Upper Perkiomen School District: $40,000 Western Montgomery Career & Technology Center: $72,994 Wissahickon School District: $45,000 Below are reactions from Democratic state Read more

 

Voting in 2020: What you need to know

(Feb 26, 2020)

Act 77 allows more convenient and secure voting. Most voters can now vote by mail-in ballot, and voters have more time to register to vote and to return their absentee or mail-in ballots. Read more

 

A replay of Daley's telephone town hall from Feb. 19

(Feb 21, 2020)

A replay of my Feb. 19 telephone town hall is available through a link in this post. Read more

 

Miss my latest Tele-Town Hall? Check out the discussion here.

(Feb 20, 2020)

Click to listen to what our friends and neighbors -- and Commissioner Val Arkoosh -- had to say about the issues that matter to you. Read more

 

The Daley News: February 2020 edition

(Feb 19, 2020)

Read about the 2020 Census, funding initiatives for the 148th, legislative updates, info about upcoming events, and a lot more. Read more

 

Daley helps promote Highway Safety Law Awareness Week

(Feb 14, 2020)

“The health and safety of vulnerable highway users is clearly of critical importance, which is why we just passed H.B. 1536 by an overwhelming majority,” Daley said. “I’m grateful to PennDOT for highlighting other crucial laws that are designed to make our roadways safer for everybody, and I’m happy to help promote the message.” Read more

 

Daley reacts to Gov. Wolf's budget address

(Feb 05, 2020)

PA state Rep. Mary Jo Daley responds to Gov. Wolf's budget proposal, including his commitment to address the issue of toxic schools and his bold ideas for PASSHE that would keep more of our young people in Pennsylvania. Read more

 

Daley supports limiting solitary confinement for most vulnerable

(Feb 03, 2020)

As the Democratic chairwoman of the Women’s Health Caucus, Pa. state Rep. Mary Jo Daley joined her colleagues in supporting legislation that would limit solitary confinement for vulnerable individuals who are incarcerated. She explained why passing this bill is a critical component to criminal justice reform efforts in the commonwealth. Read more

 

Winter 2020 Newsletter

(Jan 31, 2020)

Read my 2020 Winter Newsletter. Read more

 

Daley announces $120K in funding for local first responders

(Jan 29, 2020)

“Funding in support of our local first responders is critical to the well-being of our entire community,” Daley said. “This helps ensure that the men and women who keep us safe can do so with greater efficiency and with their own safety better secured. Thank you to all who helped secure these grants.” Read more

 

Daley announces $30K grant to combat sexual assault at Saint Joseph’s University

(Jan 17, 2020)

For Saint Joseph’s and all other colleges and universities awarded grants, the funding helps create programs ranging from campus-wide training for students, faculty and staff, to institutional campaigns to raise awareness of the reporting process and the resources available to survivors of sexual violence. Read more

 

Daley discusses importance of upcoming U.S. Census

(Jan 13, 2020)

Pa. state Rep. Mary Jo Daley rallied with Gov. Wolf and others for a complete and accurate 2020 Census count. She discusses why the Census is important to PA and her communities. Read more

 

The Daley News: December 2019 edition

(Dec 23, 2019)

December 2019 eblast features items on pedestrian safety, ESOPs, winter tips and assistance, upcoming events, and more! Read more

 

SEPTA Key Senior ID Cards expiring in 2020 will be extended for 12 months

(Dec 23, 2019)

SEPTA is providing a 1-year extension of all SEPTA Senior ID Cards expiring in 2020. Read more

 

Daley: PA Needs to do Better with ESOPs

(Dec 23, 2019)

Pa. state Rep. Mary Jo Daley took to the House floor to speak about the importance of taking a collaborative approach when it comes to Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs). Read more

 

Daley, Briggs co-sponsoring documentary screening of film that explores privatization of public schools

(Dec 18, 2019)

According to its website, the feature-length documentary “explores the growing privatization of public schools and the resulting impact on America’s most vulnerable children.” Part of it was filmed in Philadelphia. Read more

 

Daley announces traffic safety grant for troublesome Conshohocken intersections

(Dec 17, 2019)

Funded through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Automated Red Light Enforcement program, this grant targets two intersections along Fayette Street at 4th Avenue and 7th Avenue. Read more