Miller: Castle Shannon awarded $125,000 state grant

(Nov 19, 2021)

Funding will help with improvements to Lower Hamilton Park Read more

 

House Democrats unveil Propel PA plan to strengthen economic climate

(Nov 10, 2021)

House Democratic leadership today released the following statement upon unveiling “Propel PA,” a plan to make Pennsylvania more attractive to businesses and more supportive to workers:“Pennsylvania is currently facing the unique opportunity to not simply recover from this pandemic, but to rethink how our economy operates and bring forth pioneering approaches to build a stronger business atmosphere that attracts and rewards both employers and employees. Read more

 

Energy Assistance Programs Event

(Nov 08, 2021)

Join Rep. Miller and the PUC for a discussion on ways to help you save on your utility bills. Read more

 

October

(Nov 08, 2021)

Rep. Miller's expense report for October 2021. Read more

 

Coming Spring 2022 -- Rep. Miller's Disability and Mental Health Summit

(Nov 01, 2021)

Rep. Miller's 9th annual Disability and Mental Health Summit coming spring 2022. Read more

 

September

(Oct 07, 2021)

Click here to view Rep. Miller's latest expenses. Read more

 

Preventing ID Theft workshop

(Sep 29, 2021)

Id theft event Oct. 21 Read more

 

House Democrats to Republican colleagues: ‘Stop the charade’

(Sep 20, 2021)

House Democratic leadership issued the following statement today calling on legislative Republicans to drop their radical anti-health agenda and come to the table for an honest discussion on helping Pennsylvanians recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.“Pennsylvania is currently experiencing a steady increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations with a positive testing rate that indicates substantial or high community spread of the virus. Our hospital system is strained and emergency rooms in both central Pennsylvania and southwestern Pennsylvania recently have been forced to divert ambulances simply because they couldn’t accept additional patients. Read more

 

August

(Sep 13, 2021)

Click here to see Rep. Miller's latest expenses. Read more

 

Miller, O’Mara introduce bill connecting firefighters with vital health care

(Sep 10, 2021)

As the nation prepares to remember and honor the 20th anniversary of September 11, and in light of recent studies linking firefighters to increased rates of cancer, heart-related diseases and suicide, state Reps. Dan Miller, D-Allegheny, and Jennifer O’Mara, D-Delaware, are introducing a bill that would set up a new state grant program to cover the costs of annual medical examinations for all firefighters in the commonwealth. Read more

 

Don't Miss - Rep. Miller's Back 2 School For Parents

(Sep 07, 2021)

Experts from education, school based mental health, school nursing, and education law Plus! Live Q&A. Read more

 

Rep. Miller's Unemployment Town Hall

(Aug 25, 2021)

Join Rep. Miller on Thursday, Aug. 31 at 1 p.m. for a discussion on federal unemployment benefits Read more

 

NCAA athletes in Pa. granted control over name, image, likeness

(Jul 01, 2021)

With Gov. Tom Wolf’s signing of Act 26 of 2021, college athletes in Pennsylvania were given control over their name, image, and likeness. Much of the language for this provision of the bill was based off the PA Fair Pay for Play Act proposal, introduced earlier this year by Reps. Ed Gainey and Dan Miller, both D-Allegheny. Read more

 

House Democrats: state budget full of missed opportunities

(Jun 25, 2021)

By making only minimal attempts to lift up Pennsylvanians, a once-in a-generation opportunity has been largely squandered. Working families, small businesses and school districts are right to question why billions of dollars are filling legislative reserves rather than being put to work building our future. An expected roaring engine has been left to run on fumes. Read more

 

Gainey, Miller applaud U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing college athletes to be paid

(Jun 22, 2021)

A U.S. Supreme Court ruling earlier this week has further opened the door for college athletes across the country to be compensated for their work, state Reps. Ed Gainey and Dan Miller noted. Read more

 

Unemployment System Answers - virtual forum

(Jun 04, 2021)

Hear about what’s new and tip & tricks to navigate the system. Read more

 

Virtual event: Substance Use and the Pandemic

(May 14, 2021)

Join Rep. Miller and a panel of experts as they discuss how COVID-19 has impacted substance use Read more

 

PA Rescue Plan, $1.7 billion investment in workers’ focus of House Democratic leaders’ rally in State College Wednesday

(May 11, 2021)

STATE COLLEGE, May 11 – The workers who have been hit hardest by the pandemic need support. The PA House Democratic leadership team is hosting a rally Wednesday to make the case for workers’ rights to a fair wage, hazard pay and paid family and sick leave and how the PA Rescue plan would do just that. The rally will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 12 at The Borough Building, 243 S. Allen St., State College . The media is encouraged to attend. The PA Rescue Plan includes more than $1.5 billion for job training, hazard pay, wage boosts for direct-care workers and job creation efforts to kickstart the economy in communities across the state. The PRP aims to ensure federal American Rescue Plan funding is invested for immediate impact and long-term success. Additional information about the plan is available at www.pahouse.com/parescueplan . Read more

 

House Democrats touring the state to talk with the people about the Pennsylvania Rescue Plan

(May 05, 2021)

HARRISBURG, May 5 – After weeks of gathering public support for the Pennsylvania Rescue Plan to invest federal dollars to do the most good for working families, the House Democratic Leadership team released the following statement on the next steps to discuss the plan and how it would help us recover, restore and reimagine a better future coming back from COVID-19. “Next week more than $7 billion is coming to the Keystone State as part of the American Rescue Plan, and we have to make sure that money is invested properly, not hidden away in a government vault for a rainy day – because it’s hard to imagine a storm that could hit harder than COVID-19. People need help now. “As USA TODAY network coverage noted, House Democrats have a plan that helps schools, workers, businesses, families, renters, landlords and more while Republicans have no plan to distribute the funds. We urge the majority party to get on board and do the right thing for people everywhere. “We’ve received an overwhelming response to the PA Rescue Plan so far, and next week we’ll be taking the plan to the people with a statewide tour – starting Monday in Philadelphia and Reading talking about investing in infrastructure and rebuilding our downtowns, continuing Tuesday in Pittsburgh and Erie discussing housing, Wednesday in Harrisburg and State College talking worker pay, and finishing up on Thursday in Scranton and Allentown to discuss helping Read more

 

Virtual event: The Intersection of Transportation, Labor and the Environment

(Apr 21, 2021)

On Thursday, April 29th, I hosted an event focused on “The Intersection of Transportation, Labor and the Environment” Read more