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Aug

05

2022

August 05, 2022

In this Update: Gov. Wolf Sues to Prevent Voters from Deciding Critical Issues Unemployment Compensation Services Now Available at All PA CareerLink Centers Clinton County Traffic Safety Geotrail Opens Avian Influenza Recovery Grants Available Fight the Bite of Mosquitoes Business Owners Targeted with Fraudulent Letters Fire and Emergency Services Training, Loans and Grants Available One-Time […]   [Read More]

Aug

05

2022

August 05, 2022

 

Senate Local Government Committee | Wednesday, August 10, 2022 | 11 a.m. | North Office Building, Hearing Room #1   [Read More]

Aug

04

2022

August 04, 2022

If you know a Veteran, please forward this issue to them.  There are some important updates, resources and information they can use. In this Update: New PACT Act Expands Veterans Health Care and Benefits for Potential Toxic Exposures New PA Law Provides Military Inheritance Tax Exemption  Some Helpful Tips About Transitioning from the Military Increase […]   [Read More]

Jul

29

2022

July 29, 2022

In this Update: Strengthening the Integrity of Pennsylvania’s Elections Special Education Additional School Year Notification Deadline is Monday New Law Improves Access to Home Health Care Services Help for Veterans and Beneficiaries Facing Unexpected Hardships Low-cost Hunting Licenses Available for Military Members, Disabled Veterans, Former POWs Four ATV Grants Awarded to 25th Senatorial District Organizations […]   [Read More]

Jul

25

2022

July 25, 2022

In this update: Proposed Constitutional Amendments One Step Closer to Voter Input   Proposed Constitutional Amendment on Abortion Crime Victims will Receive More Support Under New Law McKean County Communities Receive Nearly $16 Million in PENNVEST Funding PA Budget Includes Funding for Local Water Infrastructure Gov. Wolf Vetoes Energy Choice Bill New Laws Aim to […]   [Read More]

Jul

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2022

July 20, 2022

The Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST) today awarded loans to two McKean County communities to make improvements to the water infrastructure, according to Sen. Cris Dush (R-25).   [Read More]