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Pa. to lose nearly $442 million this year without severance tax

(Apr 04, 2018)

HARRISBURG, April 4 – Pennsylvania will lose about $442 million in revenue this year by forgoing a severance tax on natural gas harvested in the commonwealth, state Rep. Greg Vitali said today. The figures are according to House Democratic Appropriations Committee estimates assuming a 6.5 percent tax, as proposed by Gov. Tom Wolf, with existing impact fees subtracted. Those figures, coupled with data from the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center, indicate that the commonwealth has lost over $1.68 billion in revenue since 2011 due to the lack of a severance tax, Vitali said. Vitali updated his Marcellus Money and the Pennsylvania Legislature report with the new findings. The report also found that the drilling industry spent about $5.2 million in lobbying last year and $67 million between 2007 and 2017. “With this kind of money being spent on the Pennsylvania legislature, it’s not surprising that Pennsylvania is still the only major gas-producing state without a severance tax,” said Vitali, D-Delaware/Montgomery. Another finding shows there are 203 lobbyists registered as working for the natural-gas industry in Pennsylvania – equal the number of state House lawmakers. “Other consequences of the undue influence of the gas drilling industry on the legislature include the blocking of conventional drilling regulations, the delay of Governor Tom Wolf’s methane reduction strategy and the blocking of a Read more

 

Conklin legislation would close Delaware loophole, reduce Corporate Net Income tax rate

(Mar 19, 2018)

HARRISBURG, March 16 – State Rep. Scott Conklin, D-Centre, will be introducing legislation in the near future that will enact combined reporting to close the "Delaware loophole” and reduce the Corporate Net Income tax rate from 9.99 percent to 7.99 percent. The legislation is geared toward enhancing job growth in Pennsylvania, and protecting small and medium-sized businesses, while ensuring taxpayers are not footing the bill for larger corporations. Pennsylvania’s current CNI tax rate is 9.99 percent, the second highest in the nation behind Iowa, which has a tax rate of 12 percent. The Delaware loophole is a longstanding, legal practice that large corporations in Pennsylvania use to exploit a state law that allows them to establish holding companies in Delaware. Doing so enables companies to transfer all profits earned in the commonwealth to their out-of-state subsidiary because, unlike Pennsylvania, Delaware does not have a CNI tax. “If Pennsylvania is going to be an innovator in business development, we need to consider reducing the corporate tax burden,” Conklin said. “But, this should not be done at the expense of hard-working families across the commonwealth.” In his ongoing effort to close the loophole, Conklin also recently introduced legislation, House Bill 1719 , which would require corporations and their related subsidiaries to file taxes as a single company for state CNI tax purposes. Nearly 76 percent of the Read more

 

House passes Driscoll, Ellis consumer protection bills

(Mar 13, 2018)

HARRISBURG, March 13 – A bipartisan pair of bills to help Pennsylvania consumers affected by data breaches passed the state House on Tuesday. These bills are sponsored by Commerce Committee Chairman Brian Ellis, R-Butler, and Rep. Mike Driscoll, D-Phila. Ellis’ H.B. 1846 would amend the Breach of Personal Information Act to further define “breach of security of the system” and “personal information” for clarification. The bill would require notice to Pennsylvania residents whenever there is a breach of security of the system. The notice would have to be in plain language, and include the date of the breach, the type of information subject to the breach and toll-free numbers to credit reporting agencies. This notice would have to be made within 45 days of learning of a breach. In addition, the breach would have to be reported to the Bureau of Consumer Protection in the Office of the Attorney General. If a state agency is the subject of a breach, the agency would have to provide notice of the breach to Pennsylvania residents without unreasonable delay. An agency under the governor’s jurisdiction would have to provide notice of the breach to the governor’s Office of Administration. If a county, school district or municipality is the subject of a breach, it would have to provide notice of the breach to residents without unreasonable delay as well. A county, school district or municipality would have to report its breach to the Read more

 

Davis bill would enhance career, tech learning through school-business partnerships

(Mar 13, 2018)

HARRISBURG, March 13 – State Rep. Austin Davis, D-Allegheny, announced today that he will introduce legislation that would authorize $15 million in funding to modernize the state’s education system by allowing students to learn high-skill careers in real-world settings. “Now more than ever, our state’s economic health depends on a well-educated and highly skilled workforce,” Davis said. “We need to modernize our education system to deliver the kind of specialized training our young workers need to compete in a 21st-century job market.” Davis said his bill would allow colleges and universities to partner with employers and labor organizations to form training programs for today’s high-skill jobs. The programs would enable students to gain real-world experience by earning college credits and industrial credentials through work-based learning in high-demand, high-growth occupations. “Devoting resources to strengthening career and tech-ed training pays off on so many levels,” Davis said. “It readies a new generation of workers to compete and succeed, and it helps rebuild our middle class by opening new doors in terms of wage growth and career advancement. Beyond that, it helps all of Pennsylvania by allowing workers to stay here, raise families and invest back into the local economy. The bottom line is, it just makes economic sense.” Davis’ bill would also authorize $8 million in funding for Read more

 

Parents of school bullies would face up to $500 fine, community service under Burns bill

(Mar 12, 2018)

HARRISBURG, March 12 – Parents of school bullies would be on the hook for up to a $500 fine and possible community service requirement under legislation being proposed by state Rep. Frank Burns, D-Cambria, in an attempt to curb the problem of students taunting and terrorizing their peers. “Bullying is underreported and often unaddressed in any meaningful way,” said Burns, who made it his mission to visit classrooms throughout his district last year to talk about bullying and have students sign an anti-bullying pledge. “When it’s not addressed, bullying can escalate quickly from taunts and hurtful online posts to physical assaults and—in worst cases—suicide. Holding students, parents and officials at all levels accountable is the only way to put an end to this scourge.” Burns’ bold parental accountability measure—one of a package of three bills Burns plans to introduce shortly—would require schools to notify parents each time their child bullies another child. After the first incident, parents would be told what action the school took. After a second incident, parents would be required to take a parenting class on bullying and would be asked to attend a bullying resolution conference. But if a student bullies a third time or more in the same school year, Burns’ bill would ensure that the bully’s parents receive a court citation and the related stiff penalty of a fine up to $500 Read more

 

Burns stands with prison guards, calls for total ban on heavy work boots for inmates

(Feb 28, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 27 – State Rep. Frank Burns, D-Cambria, announced that he will be sending letters to Gov. Tom Wolf and Department of Corrections Secretary John Wetzel demanding a total ban on Timberland and similar-style heavy work boots for prison inmates. Burns is also demanding answers on why a state corrections officer had to die before the department responded. SCI-Somerset Corrections Officer Sgt. Mark Baserman died Monday, nearly two weeks after being brutally attacked by an inmate wearing Timberland boots. A day after Baserman’s death, the state Department of Corrections issued a statement saying that it had suspended sale of such boots in prison commissaries. Burns, the founder and chairman of the Blue Lives Matter Caucus, calls the move too little too late. “The department says they’re banning the sale of these heavy, weighted boots. But why were they allowed in the prison in the first place, and why are they still in our prisons now, when it’s clear they can be used as deadly weapons?” Burns said. “I don’t care if the inmates have to wear flip-flops if it means saving a corrections officer’s life.” Burns said he stands with the state’s prison guards, who also are calling for a complete ban on Timberland and other heavy boots for inmates. “I’m calling for action now to confiscate and destroy these deadly boots," Burns said. “I’m also demanding answers on what Read more

 

Davis: Legislation would ensure families have access to water

(Feb 20, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 20 – State Rep. Austin Davis, D-Allegheny, has introduced H.B. 2099, which would establish the Low-Income Water and Wastewater Assistance Program. The program would provide critical assistance to working families struggling to pay their water and wastewater bills. “Water is one of our most fundamental human needs, and it is essential for the health of our citizens,” Davis said. “Low-income residents working hard to provide for their families should not be forced to contend with safety and sanitation problems if their services are discontinued because of unpaid water or wastewater bills.” The program would operate in a manner similar to the existing Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program that provides assistance to low-income residents for home heating. Under Davis' proposal, households with an annual income that is below 100 percent of the federal poverty line would qualify for assistance payments ranging from $100 to $500. Households would be limited to one payment per program year. The legislation would also establish the Low-Income Water and Wastewater Assistance Fund, which would supply funding for the program. Davis, who was sworn in as a member of the General Assembly in early February, noted that the bill marks the first piece of legislation he has introduced as a state representative. “When I took the oath of office, I vowed that I would do everything in my power to help make life better for all Read more

 

Sturla expresses optimism for Wolf's 2018/19 fiscal year budget proposal

(Feb 06, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 6 – State Rep. Mike Sturla, D-Lancaster, released the following response to Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget address for the 2018/19 fiscal year: “The governor’s budget address was positive and promising. I’m in full support of his efforts, which will help move Pennsylvania forward. “The governor’s proposed investment in job training and education provides an outlook for a brighter future for Pennsylvanians. We need to work with all levels of government and private enterprises to meet the workforce needs of current and prospective businesses to continue to build and energize Pennsylvania communities, starting with investing in pre-K through K-12 and post-secondary education. “Pennsylvania has the lowest minimum wage of our neighbors. Raising the wage will help working men and women better provide for their families while depending less on social programs, thus increasing revenues for education funding and workforce development. “We heard again this year about how a modest severance tax will help us make that happen. We’re the only state with natural gas resources that doesn’t impose a severance tax. This resource will help pay for the investment in education and our future. “Additionally, the governor proposed shrinking the size of the waiting list for services for individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities, and making contributions to the state’s rainy day fund. Read more

 

Gainey bill would require veterinarians to report opioid prescriptions

(Jan 29, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Jan. 29 – Now that Gov. Tom Wolf has declared the state’s opioid addiction crisis a public health emergency, state Rep. Ed Gainey, D-Allegheny, is pushing his proposal to amend the state’s controlled substance drug monitoring law to remove an exemption for veterinarians. Currently, the law requires physicians, dentists and providers who are licensed to prescribe schedule drugs to register in the system. But the law exempts veterinarians, even though they prescribe opioid-based painkillers such as tramadol, ketamine and hydrocodone, which are chemically similar to commonly abused opioid drugs such as OxyContin, Vicodin and Percocet. Gainey, a founding member of the PA HOPE—Heroin, Opioid Prevention and Education—Caucus, said the loophole is permitting citizens with opioid addictions to feed those addictions by turning to vet-prescribed opioids. “While the drug registry system is a vitally important tool in combatting the opioid crisis, it leaves open a dangerous door by permitting pet owners with opioid addictions to “vet shop” to secure opioid-based pet medications for their own use,” Gainey said. “There are numerous reports of pet owners intentionally injuring their pets to secure opioid prescriptions. My proposal would put an end to vet-shopping by requiring vets and pharmacists who dispense veterinary medicine to submit information on each controlled medication dispensed.” The bill would Read more

 

House passes Rothman/Matzie bill that would limit use of automatic plate readers

(Jan 23, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Jan. 23 – Rep. Rob Matzie is pleased to announce that the House today passed H.B. 1811, legislation that would limit the state’s use of Automated License Plate Reader Systems to law enforcement purposes only. ALPRs are systems that combine mobile or fixed high-speed cameras with computer algorithms that convert images of registration plates into computer-readable data. States, counties and local agencies use the data for law enforcement. Matzie, the prime co-sponsor of the bill along with Rep. Greg Rothman, R-Dauphin, said that while ALPRs provide vital data, controls are needed to protect motorists’ personal information. Matzie has previously voiced concerns over the sale of data collected by the state Transportation Department and has introduced legislation to prohibit third parties from selling such information. He fears that without proper regulation, data generated by ALPR systems may be sold to, or shared with, third parties, compromising motorists’ privacy. “I have been leading the fight to protect personal data -- in any form -- for many years,” said Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny. “While ALPR data is a valuable and necessary tool for law enforcement, the consequences of that data falling into the wrong hands can be devastating and can ruin lives. It is critical to protect that information.” In addition to limiting ALPR use to law enforcement purposes, the bill would provide that government entities may Read more

 

Gainey, House Democratic Policy Committee explore quality education

(Jan 18, 2018)

WILKINSBURG, Jan. 18 – State Rep. Ed Gainey, D-Allegheny, today hosted a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing at the Hosanna House to discuss quality education in Pennsylvania, which is a main component of the House Democrats’ Plan4PA. Gainey was joined by Policy Committee Chairman Mike Sturla, legislators from across the state, local education officials and advocates to discuss how stakeholders can work with state officials to improve quality education for all students. “Education is supposed to be the great equalizer; however, Pennsylvania is still the most inequitable when it comes to education funding. We need to work on leveling the playing field so that regardless of their parents’ income level, our kids have a chance at a bright future. I thank my colleagues and Chairman Sturla for joining me today to strengthen our Plan4PA and improve quality education in the state,” said Gainey. Sturla added, “As we continue to talk about the Plan4PA, I’m glad to see a focus on education and Pennsylvania’s children. Investments in education are an investment in the state’s future and Representative Gainey realizes the importance of making sure all kids have access to a bright future through quality early learning and educational opportunities at every level of K through 12.” Hearing testifiers included Dr. Anthony Hamlet, superintendent of schools, Pittsburgh Public Schools; Ed Read more

 

Conklin introduces bill for more oversight on congressional maps

(Jan 16, 2018)

CENTRE COUNTY, Jan. 16 – State Rep. Scott Conklin, D-Centre, today announced a bill that would create a Congressional Redistricting Commission and provide guidelines for the congressional redistricting process. By amending the Pennsylvania Election Code, H.B. 2020, the Congressional Redistricting Commission would be established each year following a decennial census, as well as require the commission to adhere to redistricting principles created by state and federal law and court precedents. “The intent of my bill is to put integrity back into the process of redistricting and to insure that congressional districts are drawn by considering the fair and equal representation of the citizens of Pennsylvania rather than the political parties currently drawing maps,” said Conklin, D-Centre. Last year, the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania and others filed a lawsuit arguing that the state’s congressional redistricting that took place in 2011 was done in order to maximize the number of Republicans elected within certain districts. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is now expected to hear oral arguments regarding the case. Conklin said he would like to see Pennsylvanians have the authority to draw congressional maps, and leave partisanship out of it. “Over the past year, I have watched partisanship and gridlock in Washington, which have caused divisions in our nation and our commonwealth,” said Conklin, also the Democratic chairman of Read more

 

Frankel encouraged by the new agreement between UPMC, Highmark

(Jan 05, 2018)

PITTSBURGH, Jan. 5 – House Democratic Caucus Chairman Dan Frankel, D-Allegheny, released the following statement regarding health care access in western Pennsylvania: "I’m encouraged by Governor Wolf’s announcement that UPMC and Highmark have agreed to terms to ensure consumers will continue to have access to critical, unique services in our region moving forward. "I’m grateful for the governor’s leadership in protecting consumer access to our community facilities and I’m cautiously optimistic that this will solve some of the access issues facing western Pennsylvanians as the end of the existing consent decree approaches in 2019. "It is my understanding that the agreement provides in-network access to one-of-a-kind UPMC facilities including Western Psychiatric Institute, UPMC Center for Assistive Technology, UPMC Center for Excellence for treatment of Cystic Fibrosis and other important facilities. "We know that both providers and consumers suffer when patients can’t see their long-time doctors and when doctors can’t care for their long-time patients. Communities also suffer when asked to double the number of specialty hospitals because access is denied at the ones that already exist. "I’m hopeful that this agreement will ease many of the burdens faced by consumers in western Pennsylvania and I will continue to monitor this situation very closely and do what I can to help ensure that Read more

 

Solomon’s veterans registry bill becomes law

(Dec 22, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Dec. 22 – State Rep. Jared Solomon, D-Phila., today stood by Gov. Tom Wolf as he signed Solomon’s legislation into law that will help Pennsylvania veterans receive federal, state and local benefits. House Bill 1231, now Act 69 of 2017, will expand the existing Department of Military and Veterans Affairs registry’s reach by bringing other agencies into the process of identifying veterans who stand to benefit. Currently, the DMVA manages an online registry that lists more than 10,000 veterans, but that number is still significantly less than the 894,000 veterans living in Pennsylvania. “This law will ensure the hundreds of thousands of veterans in Pennsylvania who are potentially missing out on the opportunities and benefits others are receiving through the DMVA registry get the help they deserve,” Solomon said. “It will make more people aware of the existing one-stop shop for our veterans and their loved ones that allows them to discover programs and services that they may not have previously been aware of. The law also will help veterans, their families and support workers get access to important benefits that support them.” Solomon added this bipartisan effort was first co-sponsored by state Rep. Matt Gabler, R-Clearfield/Elk. “This is not a Democratic issue or a Republican issue,” Solomon stated. “Veterans served, and risked everything to protect our freedom and our country, so we all need to Read more

 

Applications for 2018 Pennsylvania House Scholarship now available online

(Dec 18, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Dec. 18 -- High school seniors interested in receiving financial assistance to help pay for college can now apply for a Pennsylvania House of Representatives Scholarship. Each year the program awards four-year scholarships to two students preparing for post-secondary education. The scholarship is privately funded by individual and corporate donors; no tax or other public funds are used. The program is open to graduating high school seniors who are Pennsylvania residents with plans to attend a Pennsylvania college, university, or career school as a full-time student. Students must have attained a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average in high school in order to be eligible for a scholarship. Other factors taken into consideration for the awards are a student’s commitment to community, leadership qualities, extracurricular activities, and financial need. The scholarship program is administered through the Foundation for Enhancing Communities. The application is available through the foundation’s website at www.tfec.org . Once on the site, click on the “Scholarship” tab at the top of the page. Then click on any of the counties listed underneath or the link titled “any other county in the state of Pennsylvania” to access the scholarship information. The application deadline is March 1, 2018. The Office of the Chief Clerk of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives assists in facilitating the scholarship program. Read more

 

Women of the PA House, Senate take a stand against sexual harassment and abuse

(Dec 11, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Dec. 11 – Women of the Pennsylvania House and Senate joined Monday to take a stand against sexual harassment and abuse and discuss proposed legislation to better protect victims. “The recent stories from around the country and right here in the PA legislature show that sexual harassment and abuse have been overlooked for far too long,” said Rep. Margo Davidson, D- Delaware, chair of the Democratic Women’s Caucus. “We’re here to say enough is enough. It is long past time that we step up to protect women and ensure that harassment is not only taken seriously, but that women feel safe enough to come forward as soon as possible. We also stand together to say that the culture, which appears pervasive, of sexual misconduct in the workplace and domestic abuse at home will not be brushed aside, swept under the rug or tolerated on any level at all, any longer.” Women of the House and Senate stood together Monday to discuss legislation being introduced that would better protect women and all victims of harassment and abuse. Rep. Leanne Krueger-Braneky is introducing legislation to create the #METOO PA General Assembly (Member and Employee Training and Oversight on PA General Assembly) Act. The legislation would ban non-disclosure agreements that mask the names of General Assembly members who harass, prohibit General Assembly members from using taxpayer funds to pay settlement costs, and provide for other reforms. “The Read more

 

Cruz urges vote on resolution to address committee chairman’s conduct

(Dec 08, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Dec. 8 – Following an outburst during a House committee meeting that was captured on video and has garnered nationwide media attention, state Rep. Angel Cruz is seeking to bring his resolution up for a vote to address the conduct of committee chairmen. In a letter written to House Speaker Mike Turzai, Majority Leader Dave Reed and Minority Leader Frank Dermody, Cruz expressed outrage over the behavior of state Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, Republican chairman of the State Government Committee, and urged that his resolution ( H.R. 128 ) be moved out of the Rules Committee and brought to the full House for a vote. “Chairman Metcalfe is making a mockery of this great body and further demonstrating that he is unfit to serve as chairman of a committee which has oversight on very important civil rights issues,” said Cruz, D-Phila. During the State Government Committee meeting on Tuesday, Democratic Chairman Matt Bradford touched Metcalfe’s arm while trying to make a point about a bill being discussed. Metcalfe interrupted Bradford by saying, “Representative Bradford, look, I’m a heterosexual. I have a wife, I love my wife. I don’t like men, as you might. But stop touching me all the time.” Bradford is married to a woman and has four children. Cruz said he is calling for movement on his resolution because of this outburst and an instance last session in which Metcalfe prevented a member of his committee from speaking during Read more

 

House Democrats’ Plan For PA puts people first

(Dec 06, 2017)

Rep. Ryan Bizzarro joined House Democrats as they rolled out their Plan For Pa, a new way forward for Pennsylvania that emphasizes good jobs, quality schools and fair taxes. “Putting people first means working for fair opportunities for all families,” Bizzarro said. Read more

 

Daley joins House Democrats to unveil “Plan For PA”

(Dec 06, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Dec. 6 – State Rep. Mary Jo Daley joined a group of House Democratic lawmakers today to unveil Plan For PA, a comprehensive plan that puts people first, supports good jobs, fights for quality schools and promotes a fairer tax structure. “The Plan for PA is all about creating jobs, ensuring our educational system is as top notch as it can be, and really having a focus on working families,” said Daley, D-Montgomery. The House Democratic Plan for PA focuses on four components: A People First Plan for PA that protects the safety, health, financial security, and dignity and opportunity that every Pennsylvanian deserves, not just those at the top. A Jobs Plan for PA that attracts good jobs that support families, moves the economy forward, expands opportunities for working people, and protects the financial security of the middle class. A Quality Schools Plan for PA that gives every child access to a safe school and a quality education, and allows adults to gain the skills and training they need to do the jobs businesses are looking to fill. A Fair Taxes Plan for PA that eases the tax burden on working people and homeowners and prevents corporations and the wealthy from exploiting the middle class. “The idea of creating jobs and having really world class education from kindergarten through college or technical school, prepares our young folks for jobs of the future,” Daley said. “I think this is really important Read more

 

Davis joins House Democrats to unveil 'Plan For PA'

(Dec 06, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Dec. 6 – State Rep. Tina Davis, D-Bucks, joined a group of House Democratic lawmakers today to unveil Plan For PA, a comprehensive strategy that puts people first, supports good jobs, fights for quality schools and promotes a fairer tax structure. The plan involves several legislative initiatives sponsored among House Democrats. Davis is introducing a bill that would reinvest money made from Pennsylvania’s Business in Our Sites program into more shovel-ready projects. Sites targeted under the program are old or undeveloped properties that are planned and zoned for improvement. Initially, the Commonwealth Financing Authority allocated $300 million in BIOS grant and loan funds for businesses to improve sites and create jobs. Repayment on the loans is then used to fund more projects. Davis’s bill would allow the CFA to use its current portfolio as security to raise an additional $50-$100 million for even more projects. “Too many bills coming out of Harrisburg are falling tone-deaf on families out here in the real world,” Davis said. “Our plan is to put the focus back on families and the good jobs they need. Add that to other bills in the package focused on education and health care, and that’s how we improve things in Pennsylvania. It’s really that simple.” The House Democratic Plan for PA focuses on four components: A People First Plan for PA that protects the safety, health, financial Read more

 

Pa. to lose nearly $442 million this year without severance tax
Apr 04, 2018

Conklin legislation would close Delaware loophole, reduce Corporate Net Income tax rate
Mar 19, 2018

House passes Driscoll, Ellis consumer protection bills
Mar 13, 2018

Davis bill would enhance career, tech learning through school-business partnerships
Mar 13, 2018

Parents of school bullies would face up to $500 fine, community service under Burns bill
Mar 12, 2018

Burns stands with prison guards, calls for total ban on heavy work boots for inmates
Feb 28, 2018

Davis: Legislation would ensure families have access to water
Feb 20, 2018

Sturla expresses optimism for Wolf's 2018/19 fiscal year budget proposal
Feb 06, 2018

Gainey bill would require veterinarians to report opioid prescriptions
Jan 29, 2018

House passes Rothman/Matzie bill that would limit use of automatic plate readers
Jan 23, 2018

Gainey, House Democratic Policy Committee explore quality education
Jan 18, 2018

Conklin introduces bill for more oversight on congressional maps
Jan 16, 2018

Frankel encouraged by the new agreement between UPMC, Highmark
Jan 05, 2018

Solomon’s veterans registry bill becomes law
Dec 22, 2017

Applications for 2018 Pennsylvania House Scholarship now available online
Dec 18, 2017

Women of the PA House, Senate take a stand against sexual harassment and abuse
Dec 11, 2017

Cruz urges vote on resolution to address committee chairman’s conduct
Dec 08, 2017

House Democrats’ Plan For PA puts people first
Dec 06, 2017

Daley joins House Democrats to unveil “Plan For PA”
Dec 06, 2017

Davis joins House Democrats to unveil 'Plan For PA'
Dec 06, 2017