Pa. state Rep. Kyle Mullins spoke about the Governor's proposed budget which he believes reflects the needs and desires of the people of Lackawanna County. Read more
HARRISBURG, March 8 – State Rep. Kyle Mullins has been appointed to serve as the majority vice chairman of the House Appropriations Committee for the 2023-24 legislative session. “With the role of majority vice chairman comes an increased responsibility and opportunity to be a loud and leading voice for the communities I represent and the people of Pennsylvania who deserve an effective and responsive state government,” said Mullins, D-Lackawanna. “It is a great honor to take on this leadership role and I thank Chairman Jordan Harris for entrusting me with the considerable duties that come with the position.” The Appropriations Committee is directly involved in preparing the annual state budget, which includes conducting weeks of hearings during which the numerous state agencies outline their requests and needs for the upcoming fiscal year. The committee also reviews and evaluates the governor's Executive Budget proposal each year. The committee has jurisdiction over the offices of the Auditor General and the State Treasurer, as well as the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority. Mullins was sworn in to his third term representing the 112th Legislative District, which includes the city of Carbondale and the townships of Carbondale, Fell and Jefferson and the boroughs of Archbald, Blakely, Dunmore, Jermyn, Jessup, Mayfield, Olyphant, Throop and Vandling. Read more
HARRISBURG, Feb. 3 – State Reps. Jim Struzzi and Kyle Mullins have been selected to serve as co-chairmen of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Caucus in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 2023-24 session. “Our state system universities provide a world-class education to tens of thousands of students every year,” said Mullins, D-Lackawanna. “My parents met at Mansfield University many years ago and I’m exceptionally proud of my West Chester degree and the opportunities it provided. So, as a grateful ‘product’ of the state system, I begin the role of caucus co-chair with a sincere interest of keeping our institutions strong and accessible to future generations.” The caucus primarily consists of PASSHE alumni and/or House members in whose districts PASSHE schools reside. “It is an honor to be asked to serve in this capacity, especially with the Indiana University of Pennsylvania in my district,” added Struzzi, R-Indiana. “PASSHE is adapting to the changing needs of students and the workforce, while maintaining a high-quality and affordable education. The system is working with the private sector to align degree and short-term credential programs for in-demand jobs and create flexibility for adults to open doors of opportunity re-skilling or up-skilling.” Read more
Here are some of the latest state programs now open for applications. Read more
Not only does Lackawanna County have the only Kyles elected state representative, they serve in consecutively numbered districts. Read more
“These state dollars will improve the outdoor recreation opportunities for the residents and visitors within our communities,” Mullins said in a statement. Read more
“These state dollars will improve the outdoor recreation opportunities for the residents and visitors within our communities." Read more
Rep. Mullins: “He’s proven that he knows how to get things done. I would challenge anyone to find a more knowledgeable individual or official on the subject of transportation." Read more
There’s a digital calendar available featuring scenes from the state Capitol throughout the year. Read more
Mullins wants to “double down” on fair funding for underfunded school districts. Read more
JESSUP, Nov. 21 – State Rep. Kyle Mullins today announced $1 million in Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grant funding for a local, renewable energy and waste-diversion project. ReStream Energy will use the funds to develop a manufacturing facility in Jessup Borough that will convert cellulosic waste into diesel fuel and biochar for the agricultural industry. “I’ve always insisted that energy development and the protection of our environment don’t need to be opposing concepts,” said Mullins, D-Lackawanna. “This project will divert waste from landfills, produce diesel fuel domestically, and create local jobs; and it will do so without producing harmful emissions. At this moment when concerns over our environment and fuel prices are at an all-time high, these are the type of innovative projects we must be supporting and I’m proud to have advocated for these funds.” ReStream Energy – in coordination with the Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company, the economic development arm of the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce – will use the funding to develop a manufacturing facility to process cellulosic waste that currently gets transported to landfills in the region. This facility will use a green gasification process that produces virtually no emissions or other environmental consequences. The facility will also generate renewable diesel fuel and biochar for the agricultural market. The facility Read more
“It’s always a pleasure to see the state invest tax dollars back into our area for worthwhile projects that will benefit local businesses, improve the lives of residents and revitalize old buildings.” Read more
“When we talk about creating jobs, we mean it,” state Rep. Kyle Mullins, D-112, Blakely, said. Read more
Mullins was enthusiastic about the idea as his wife is Italian American, and he has close ties to the local Italian community. Read more
“Flood damage, stormwater and erosion issues don’t abide by municipal or political boundaries,” said Mullins, D-Lackawanna. “Many miles separate our districts, but all the members of the Policy Committee here today represent municipalities with flooding concerns. It’s not only an issue when it comes to protecting homes, but – as we heard again today – municipalities have a need to find solutions that don’t place an undue burden on taxpayers.” Read more
Representative Kyle Mullins tells FOX56 that there were many takeaways from today's event. Read more
“Caring for young children is a joy and a blessing, however, the products we purchase to keep them safe, nourished and healthy are costly. Given the high cost of everyday goods, now is a critical time to give families and diaper banks some help. As a father of a child still in the diaper stage, and as a state representative, I’m proud to join in this worthy effort with my colleagues who recognize this need in our community.” Read more
Pa. state Rep. Kyle Mullins co-hosted a Senior Fair with Reps. Thom Welby, Bridget M. Kosierowski and Senator Marty Flynn at the Marketplace at Steamtown. Mullins says this event is a great opportunity to give back to area seniors and help connect them with state and local programs and services to benefit their everyday lives. Read more
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Pa. state Rep. Kyle Mullins joined colleagues and Governor Wolf to celebrate new investments in education funding which will help generations of schoolchildren. Read more
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