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Mar

04

2021

March 04, 2021

In This Update: Hearing Highlights Importance of Getting Students Back in the Classroom Funding Released to Support Struggling Restaurants, Hospitality Industry COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force Announces Plan to Prioritize Seniors and Vaccinate Teachers PUC Urges Consumers to Explore Assistance Options Wildlife Conservation Officer Training Program Applications Due March 14 New Resources Available for National Guard […]   [Read More]

Feb

25

2021

February 25, 2021

In This Update: Wolf Administration Announces Plan to Add Tolls to Nine Existing PA Bridges Lawmakers Authorize Use of PA National Guard to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine Senate Approves Bill to Generate More Private Donations to Support Veterans Legislation Would Create Medals of Commendation for Firefighters, Law Enforcement, EMS Senate Passes Bill to Boost Farmland Preservation […]   [Read More]

Feb

24

2021

February 24, 2021

Pennsylvania National Guard members could aid in the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine under legislation approved by the Senate today, according to Senator Cris Dush (R-25), who supported the bill.   [Read More]

Feb

12

2021

February 12, 2021

In This Update: COVID-19 Relief Bill Signed into Law Hearing Explores Serious Shortcomings in PA Vaccine Rollout Constitutional Amendment Limiting Emergency Declarations Will be Decided by Voters Lawmakers Receive Update on PASSHE Redesign Efforts HuntFishPA Platform Aims to Make Licensing More Convenient COVID-19 Relief Bill Signed into Law Last week, the Senate and the House […]   [Read More]

Feb

09

2021

February 09, 2021

 

Senator Cris Dush questions PASSHE Chancellor Daniel Greenstein during a joint hearing of the Senate Appropriations Committee and the Senate Education Committee to provide an update on PASSHE (PA State System of Higher Education).     [Read More]

Feb

05

2021

February 05, 2021

 

VIDEO: Senator Cris Dush speaks in support of final passage of Senate Bill 109, legislation that would to allocate $569.8 million for Rental and Utility Assistance, $197 million for education programs, and $145 million to support Pennsylvania’s struggling hospitality industry as it copes with the devastation created by the COVID-19 pandemic and the Governor’s mandated closings and restrictions.     [Read More]