Pennsylvania nurses rally in support of Patient Safety Act

(May 17, 2023)

State Reps. Maureen Madden (D-115) and Tarah Probst (D-189), who are both sponsors of the Patient Safety Act, spoke at the rally. Read more

 

Madden supports Patient Safety Act

(May 11, 2023)

At a rally Thursday in Stroudsburg to support safe staffing, state Rep. Maureen Madden, D-Monroe, said mandated nurse-to-patient ratios save lives, improve quality of care, and are good for not only patients, but for the staff who take care of them. Madden called on supporters of safe staffing to contact their legislators about passing HB106, the Patient Safety Act, and ensuring better healthcare for the workers and the patients. Read more

 

Pashinski & Madden’s PA Preferred Organic trademark bill passes House

(May 02, 2023)

"Having observed and enjoyed the success of Pocono Organics in Monroe County for some time now, I know that establishing a PA Preferred Organic trademark and making this program a permanent fixture in our commonwealth would be the right move, and today's House vote proves it," Madden said. Read more

 

Madden adds satellite hours at Barrett Paradise Friendly Library

(May 02, 2023)

“I am pleased that the Barrett Paradise Friendly Library has graciously accepted our request and will be our host each month. We look forward to seeing and serving residents for all of their state-related needs,” said Madden, D-Monroe. Read more

 

E-MAIL, APRIL 28: Spring newsletter on the way and more!

(Apr 28, 2023)

Plus information on voting, LIHEAP, PA Preferred Organic legislation, helping sexual assault survivors, and more. Read more

 

Rozzi: Victims Deserve to Have Their Day

(Apr 26, 2023)

Before the passage of HB1 on the House Floor Tuesday, state Rep. Mark Rozzi again pleaded with the Senate to pass any of the four pieces of legislation that would finally give truth and justice to victims of childhood sexual abuse by reforming Pennsylvania's statute of limitations. After Democrats and Republicans in the House again worked together to provide justice, it's time, Rozzi said, for the Senate to act and give victims their days in court. Read more

 

Spring 2023 Newsletter

(Apr 25, 2023)

State up to date with my Spring 2023 newsletter! Read more

 

Workforce Development, Infrastructure, and Housing Funding Opportunities

(Apr 13, 2023)

Here are some of the latest state programs now open for applications. Read more

 

Women talk education, politics, mental health at East Stroudsburg South panels

(Apr 07, 2023)

Michael Healey’s multicultural perspectives students welcomed, among others, state Rep. Maureen Madden and state Rep. Tarah Probst. Read more

 

E-MAIL, MARCH 31: PA Preferred, more grants and a visit to The White House

(Mar 31, 2023)

Also, the hard work in the legislature gets done at the committee level. This session, I have been appointed to the Education, Gaming Oversight, Human Services and State Government committees. Read more

 

Madden, Probst celebrate $2.4 million in funding for local road and stormwater improvement projects

(Mar 16, 2023)

The projects touted by Madden, who serves the 115th Legislative District in Monroe County, and Probst, who serves the 189th Legislative District in Monroe and Pike counties, include road and stormwater infrastructure improvements and local park upgrades. Read more

 

Lawmakers, seeing demand for organic produce, seek to make Pa. Preferred program permanent

(Mar 15, 2023)

The bill, reintroduced as HB 157, is sponsored by state Reps. Maureen Madden, D-Monroe, and Eddie Day Pashinski, D-Luzerne, who argue that the bill would make it easier for Pennsylvanians to identify and buy locally grown produce by making the commonwealth’s PA Preferred marketing program permanent. Read more

 

Pashinski and Madden introduce legislation to make PA Preferred Organic Program permanent

(Mar 09, 2023)

Madden noted that the program supports the farmers and producers who have made Pa the top producing state for organic mushrooms as well as livestock and poultry – and #3 overall nationally in organic agriculture sales. Read more

 

E-MAIL, FEB. 28: Justice for survivors passes House

(Feb 28, 2023)

Plus grants for Monroe County, Property Tax/Rent Rebate info, events in my district, and more. Read more

 

Pressure now on Pa. Senate to provide child sexual abuse survivors with chance for justice

(Feb 25, 2023)

Rep. Maureen Madden, D-Monroe County, said, “Many people don’t want a monetary settlement. Most people want their day in court” to expose their abuser. Read more

 

Madden: Victims Deserve Their Day in Court

(Feb 24, 2023)

Speaking on the House floor on Friday, Feb. 24, Pa. state Rep. Maureen Madden lauded the efforts of Speaker Rozzi and Rep. Gregory to champion legislation that gives hope and opportunity for victims and survivors of child sexual abuse to achieve justice. Now it's up to the Senate, Madden said, to do what's right and also pass this legislation without needlessly bundling it with other unrelated controversial topics. Read more

 

Madden, Probst commend $70,000 for school kitchen equipment for East Stroudsburg, Pocono Mountain schools

(Feb 23, 2023)

“Healthier meals mean healthier kids who are better prepared to learn and grow,” Madden said. “I’m grateful to the Department of Education and the Shapiro administration for these grants.” Read more

 

Madden: Justice for Victims of Sexual Assault Now

(Feb 21, 2023)

During a House Floor debate on Tuesday, Feb. 21, Pa. state Rep. Maureen Madden responded to the minority party's political bickering by pointing out victims of sexual assault have been waiting for more than a decade for justice. And, as Speaker Rozzi intended with this week's Special Session, the purpose today and this entire week is ensuring victims have their opportunity to achieve justice. Read more

 

Madden, Probst announce Safe Schools grants awarded to East Stroudsburg, Pocono Mountain school districts

(Feb 21, 2023)

“After far too many senseless tragedies at educational institutions across this country, it remains painfully clear that more must be done to keep students and faculty safe,” said Madden. Read more

 

Party-line votes, quarrels mark restart of Pa. House session

(Feb 21, 2023)

“The minority party cannot seem to grasp that these are rules just for passing the statute of limitations for victims of sexual assault. If we could pass these rules and pass this bill then we can move forward on bipartisan rules and a bipartisan agenda,” said Rep. Maureen Madden, D-Monroe. Read more

 

Pennsylvania nurses rally in support of Patient Safety Act
May 17, 2023

Madden supports Patient Safety Act
May 11, 2023

Pashinski & Madden’s PA Preferred Organic trademark bill passes House
May 02, 2023

Madden adds satellite hours at Barrett Paradise Friendly Library
May 02, 2023

E-MAIL, APRIL 28: Spring newsletter on the way and more!
Apr 28, 2023

Rozzi: Victims Deserve to Have Their Day
Apr 26, 2023

Spring 2023 Newsletter
Apr 25, 2023

Workforce Development, Infrastructure, and Housing Funding Opportunities
Apr 13, 2023

Women talk education, politics, mental health at East Stroudsburg South panels
Apr 07, 2023

E-MAIL, MARCH 31: PA Preferred, more grants and a visit to The White House
Mar 31, 2023

Madden, Probst celebrate $2.4 million in funding for local road and stormwater improvement projects
Mar 16, 2023

Lawmakers, seeing demand for organic produce, seek to make Pa. Preferred program permanent
Mar 15, 2023

Pashinski and Madden introduce legislation to make PA Preferred Organic Program permanent
Mar 09, 2023

E-MAIL, FEB. 28: Justice for survivors passes House
Feb 28, 2023

Pressure now on Pa. Senate to provide child sexual abuse survivors with chance for justice
Feb 25, 2023

Madden: Victims Deserve Their Day in Court
Feb 24, 2023

Madden, Probst commend $70,000 for school kitchen equipment for East Stroudsburg, Pocono Mountain schools
Feb 23, 2023

Madden: Justice for Victims of Sexual Assault Now
Feb 21, 2023

Madden, Probst announce Safe Schools grants awarded to East Stroudsburg, Pocono Mountain school districts
Feb 21, 2023

Party-line votes, quarrels mark restart of Pa. House session
Feb 21, 2023