Daley announces $794,036 in recycling grants for Montgomery County

(Oct 17, 2018)

State Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, announced four municipal recycling programs in her legislative district have been awarded state grants totaling $794,036. Read more


Opioid, alcohol safe-harbor bills could save lives

(Oct 12, 2018)

WEST CHESTER, Oct. 12 – Two bills introduced by state Rep. Carolyn Comitta could help people overdosing from opioids or who are in danger after drinking while underage. The two bills would extend the immunity protections to victims in either case, including cases of self-reporting and Good Samaritan intervention. Comitta was joined during a news conference today in West Chester by state Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, an early co-sponsor of the bills. “The opioid epidemic has proven to be the biggest public health crisis in a generation,” said Comitta, D-Chester. “Too many among us have witnessed firsthand its ravaging effects on our family, friends, neighbors and children. “Victims have been overlooked far too long and deserve compassion rather than punishment for making their best attempt to survive.” Daley is the state representative for Mary Ciammetti, whose son died from alcohol poisoning after a party. She said these protective bills could have saved Christian Ciammetti’s life. “When we look at the legislation introduced in Harrisburg, we have to ask ourselves: will it make a positive impact on Pennsylvania and will it help foster a healthier, better life for our constituents,” Daley said. “In this case, the answer is most undoubtedly yes. These bills will save lives. No one should have to choose between acting to save their life and admitting to a mistake that millions of people can make. Read more


Daley announces school safety grants for area schools

(Oct 04, 2018)

State Rep. Mary Jo Daley announced that a Merion Station school and the Wissahickon School District were both recipients of the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s competitive Safe Schools Targeted grant totaling $100,000. Read more


Daley announces grant for Wissahickon Valley Public Library

(Sep 25, 2018)

State Rep. Mary Jo Daley announced that the Wissahickon Valley Public Library was awarded a state grant to help with renovations and improvements. Read more


Daley announces grants for three projects in Montgomery County

(Sep 19, 2018)

State Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, announced state grants totaling $739,559 were awarded for three projects in Montgomery County by the Commonwealth Financing Authority. Read more


Daley announces $1 million grant for Whitpain Township projects

(Sep 12, 2018)

State Rep. Mary Jo Daley announced today that Wissahickon Park and Wissahickon Valley Boys and Girls Club have been awarded a $1 million Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grant. Read more


Get pre-verified now for your REAL ID

(Sep 05, 2018)

In an effort to keep you informed on the state’s progress in implementing REAL ID, I wanted to pass along an important update from PennDOT. The agency says it is now pre-verifying residents for REAL ID-compliant driver’s licenses or ID cards . As you may know, beginning in October 2020, you will need a federally accepted ID (whether it’s a REAL ID driver’s license or ID card, a U.S. Passport, military ID, etc.) for identification to board a commercial flight or visit a secure federal building. Although getting a REAL ID is not mandatory , you’ll want to get one if you want to use your PA driver’s license or state-issued photo ID as identification for these purposes. The cards will become available in March 2019 , but PennDOT is encouraging people to become pre-verified beforehand. If you received your first driver’s license after September 2003 , the agency may already have the necessary documents on file. In that case, you can apply online for REAL ID pre-verification . However, if you received your license before that time, it is likely PennDOT does not have the necessary information on file. That means you will need to bring specific documents to a driver’s license center so they can be verified in person. Find out which items you should bring with you here . After REAL IDs become available next March, you’ll have three options for obtaining one. If you are pre-verified, you can order your REAL ID Read more


It's easy to sign up for CHIP

(Aug 22, 2018)

Pennsylvania has a Children's Health Insurance Program that provides free and low-cost health care insurance to children. CHIP is not welfare – it covers children of working parents whose employers don't offer coverage and who can't afford private insurance. If you can't afford health insurance for your children, chances are they are eligible for CHIP. It's easy to sign up for CHIP If you think your children are eligible for CHIP, you can sign them up by calling 1-800-986-KIDS or visit www.chipcoverspakids.com . You can also contact my office for questions about your situation. What does CHIP cover? Immunizations Routine Check-ups Diagnostic Testing Prescriptions Dental, Vision, Hearing Services Emergency Care Maternity Care Mental Health Benefits Up to 90 Days Hospitalization in any Year Durable Medical Equipment Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Partial Hospitalization for Mental Health Rehabilitation Therapy Home Health Care Does my family qualify? The following factors are considered for a child's eligibility for CHIP: Must not be eligible for Medicaid or have any other health insurance. Must be under age 19. Must be a U.S. citizen or lawful alien. Must be a Pennsylvania resident for at least 30 days, except for a newborn. The family's income is within certain levels. Read more


Photos for SEPTA Key senior ID cards to be taken at Ambler Senior Adult Activities Center on Aug. 10

(Jul 26, 2018)

AMBLER, July 26 – Ambler-area seniors who need their photo taken for a SEPTA Key senior ID can have their picture taken and applications filed during a free application Day at Ambler Senior Adult Activities Center from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 10. SAAC is located at 45 Forest Ave. Cards will be delivered by mail. State Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, and her staff will be on hand during the event to help seniors with state programs and other services. Applicants must bring a photo ID to apply – preferably either a driver’s license or state issued ID. Seniors will no longer be able to use paper Pennsylvania Senior Citizen Transit ID Cards for SEPTA travel starting on Sept. 1, and SEPTA no longer accepts Medicare cards. A SEPTA Key Senior photo ID will be needed to take advantage of free rides on Transit and $1 Regional Rail fares. Read more


Daley: Keep Families Together

(Jun 21, 2018)

Pa. state Rep. Mary Jo Daley rallied with colleagues and advocates to fight for immigration reform that ensures families stay together and aren’t ripped apart at the border. Read more


Rep. Daley talks to YOU during her Telephone Town Hall Meeting

(Jun 15, 2018)

Listen in as your neighbors discuss the issues that matter in Montgomery County Read more


Daley to host Senior Fair on June 22

(Jun 06, 2018)

CONSHOHOCKEN, June 6 – State Rep. Mary Jo Daley will host a Senior Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, June 22 in Plymouth Whitemarsh High School, 201 E. Germantown Pike in Plymouth Meeting. Seniors and their families can learn more about tax and rent rebates, SEPTA Key Cards, health care programs and veteran services. There will be door prizes and food. SEPTA will be there to help individuals sign up for a SEPTA ID card (valid ID is necessary to apply for a card). The Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds also will attend, offering the opportunity for constituents to get their veteran ID cards and register their DD-214s (discharge papers and valid ID are required). "I hope to see as many seniors as possible for this unique event," Daley said. "It is always informative to hear from older Pennsylvanians, and it’s a pleasure to help connect them with state services that can improve their golden years." Read more


Daley Supports Weekend Voting

(Jun 04, 2018)

In an effort to increase voter turnout, Pa. state Rep. Mary Jo Daley is supporting legislation that would move election days to the weekend, making it easier for Pennsylvanians to get out to the polls. Read more


5/30/18 – House Bill 579 – Philadelphia

(May 31, 2018)

Materials from public hearing hosted by State Rep. Isabella Fitzgerald. Read more


5/29/18 – Healthy Births, Healthy Moms, and Healthy Babies – Lafayette Hill

(May 31, 2018)

Materials from public hearing hosted by State Rep. Mary Jo Daley. Read more


Daley to host telephone town hall on June 14

(May 30, 2018)

CONSHOHOCKEN, May 30 – State Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, invites residents of the 148th Legislative District to participate in a live Tele-Town Hall meeting at 7 p.m. June 14. Residents of Daley’s district will receive an automated phone call at approximately 7 p.m. that Thursday inviting them to join the meeting. To participate, people simply need to remain on the line once they receive the call. “I look forward to providing constituents the opportunity to have their voices heard and questions answered without having to leave the comfort of their homes,” Daley said. “I encourage anyone in the 148 th District with a question about any state or local issue to pick up the phone and participate on Thursday.” During the live event, Daley will discuss and take questions on a variety of state issues, and participants will be asked to weigh in on poll questions using their touch-tone phones. Anyone who doesn’t have a chance to speak during the phone meeting will be able to record a question at its conclusion. Questions will be forwarded to Daley’s office for a future response. Those interested also may email questions to Daley before the Tele-Town Hall meeting begins at townhall@pahouse.net . Constituents also can call Daley’s district office at 610-832-1679 to confirm or be added to the list to receive the call. Read more


Daley, Policy Committee discuss ensuring healthy births, moms and babies

(May 29, 2018)

LAFAYETTE HILL, May 29 –State Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, today hosted a House Democratic Policy Committee public hearing on ensuring healthy births, healthy moms and healthy babies at the William Jeanes Memorial Library and the Nicholas and Athena Karabots Center for Learning. Daley was joined by Policy Committee Chairman Mike Sturla, D-Lancaster, and state legislators from across the commonwealth. The committee discussed the importance of establishing the state-wide Maternal Mortality Review Board, as signed into law on May 9. Daley said that the board’s work should improve maternal health outcomes across the state while reducing significant disparities in maternal health outcomes for black women, who suffer the greatest risk. Maternal and infant health outcomes are critical measures used to measure and compare the health of states and nations. “Today’s hearing was a great discussion on women’s health and how we can ensure a healthy start for children and families,” Daley said. “Health care access and parental leave are essential building blocks for women and their babies – especially early on – and I’m glad my colleagues took part in today’s meeting. I hope that Pennsylvania can lead the charge and be a better example of health care options for moms and their babies.” Sturla added, “The United States has a long way to go in terms of parental leave and the importance of giving moms Read more


ABC27: Pennsylvania women may need to choose between breastfeeding, job

(May 29, 2018)

Data from the National Conference of State Legislatures shows 28 states and Washington, D.C. have their own laws protecting moms in the workplace who breastfeed. Pennsylvania does not. Read more


Daley to host public hearing on ensuring healthy births, moms and babies Tuesday in Lafayette Hill in Philadelphia

(May 23, 2018)

LAFAYETTE HILL, May 23 – As part of the House Democratic Caucus’ Plan4PA, state Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery, will host a House Democratic Policy Committee public hearing on ensuring healthy births, healthy moms and healthy babies. The hearing will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 29 at the William Jeanes Library and Karabots Center for Learning, 4051 Joshua Road, Lafayette Hill. Daley requested the hearing to discuss the importance of women’s health care for moms, the birth process and their babies. Daley will be joined by state legislators from across the state, including Policy Committee Chairman Mike Sturla, D-Lancaster. The current agenda is: 2:00 p.m. Welcome and Opening Remarks 2:10 p.m. Dr. David Kelly Medical Director in the Office of Medical Assistance Programs Pennsylvania Department of Human Services 2:40 p.m. Dr. Loren Robinson Deputy Secretary of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Pennsylvania Department of Health 3:10 p.m. Dr. Sindhu Srinivas Director of Obstetrical Services Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania 3:40 p.m. Closing Remarks The meeting is one in a series being held across the state on the House Democrats’ Plan4PA that includes putting people first, good jobs, quality schools and fair taxes. Visit Read more


Summer internship opportunity available

(May 17, 2018)

My office and the Pennsylvania House of Representatives offer internship programs aimed at those looking to serve their communities. I am seeking a summer intern to help constituents and to work with my staff to research policy and assist in the drafting of legislation. The position, available to anyone 18 and older, pays $10.10 per hour, for up to 20 hours a week. The position will run 10 weeks. Please email the following information to lmooney@pahouse.net by June 6 to be considered. A background check will be performed. Full Name DOB Contact Information Resume Read more