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Jun

11

2021

June 11, 2021

In this Update: General Assembly Terminates Emergency Declaration, Ensures Key Waivers Remain Senate Votes to Rein in Health Secretary’s Power, Ban Vaccine Passports Increasing Community-Based Services in Schools Dush Office Open Houses Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program Application Deadline Extended Something to Celebrate this Flag Day U.S. Army Marks 246 Years of Defending America Automated Red […]  [Read More]

Jun

04

2021

June 04, 2021

In this Update: Robbie Gould Youth Sports Complex Pennsylvania and Arizona meet to discuss election integrity Funding Available for Broadband Deployment Projects State Restrictions on Senior Community Centers Relaxed Langerholc proposes ‘another way’ to fund transportation as alternative to bridge tolls New Law Updates CDL Licensing Requirements Fundraising Option for First Responders, Veterans Groups and […]  [Read More]

May

28

2021

May 28, 2021

In this Update: Library of the Senate of Pennsylvania Announces Unveiling of We Remember: Service to the State and Nation 2021, an Annual Exhibition The Department of Aging New Reopening Guidance for Senior Community Centers Dush Announces Blight Remediation Grant for Cameron County Honoring Those Who Gave All this Memorial Day Senate Approves Regulatory Reform […]  [Read More]

May

20

2021

May 20, 2021

In this Update: Voters Approve Constitutional Amendments to Improve Emergency Response Citizens can Comment on PennDOT Plan to Toll Highway Bridges Senate Holds Two Public Hearings on 5G Deployment in Pennsylvania Capitol Hunger Garden Breaks Ground on 11th Season Observing National EMS Week Emporium Hardwoods Sawmill Tour Voters Approve Constitutional Amendments to Improve Emergency Response […]  [Read More]

May

17

2021

May 17, 2021

What a YES Vote Means for Tomorrow’s Primary Election I wanted to reach out today to provide one last reminder that two proposed amendments to the Pennsylvania Constitution being considered by voters in tomorrow’s Primary Election. Unfortunately, primary elections are usually treated as a rather ho-hum event by the electorate. All too often it is […]  [Read More]

May

14

2021

May 14, 2021

In this Update:  Senate Approves Plan to Offer Additional Year of Education Due to COVID-19 Rallied to Protect the Right to Keep and Bear Arms Senate Acts to Preserve Prescription Drug Assistance for Seniors DuBois Regional Airport to Receive $450,000 in State Funds for Facility Improvements Measure to Boost Donations for Breast Cancer Research Passed […]  [Read More]

May

06

2021

May 06, 2021

In this Update: Pennsylvanians Can Vote for a Better Emergency Declaration Process May 11 Deadline for Primary Election Mail-in Ballot Applications New Deadline to Obtain REAL ID is May 3, 2023 Senate Gives Final Approval of Living Donor Protection Act Monday Deadline: Funding Available to Strengthen PA Poultry and Livestock Farming Give Your Opinion of […]  [Read More]

Apr

30

2021

April 30, 2021

Senate Acts to Put the Brakes on PennDOT’s Bridge Tolling Plan Free Rides Available Between Bradford Regional Medical Center and Olean General Hospital Federal Transportation Funds Available for Modernization, New Infrastructure Senate Approves Legislation Permitting Essential Family Caregiver Nursing Home Visits During Emergencies Senate Passes Plan to Establish a New Funding Stream for Pediatric Cancer […]  [Read More]

Apr

23

2021

April 23, 2021

In This Update: Area Communities to Receive More Than $3.8 Million in State Funding for Local Projects Senators Continue to Highlight What a YES Vote Means on May 18 Senators Call on Governor to Halt Unilateral Action on Carbon Tax Hearings Examining Governor’s Budget Proposal Conclude Senate Votes to Extend Program Helping Schools Find Substitute […]  [Read More]

Apr

15

2021

April 15, 2021

In This Update: Vaccine Schedule Accelerated Again: All Pennsylvanians Now Eligible Vaccine Help for Seniors Committees Explore Education Reforms, COVID-19 Impacts, Infrastructure Reminder: Independent, Third-Party Voters Can Participate in May 18 Election Election Survey Responses Due by April 30 Scam Alert: New Fraud Targets PUA Recipients Planning Grants Available Free PHEAA Webinar Offers Financial Aid […]  [Read More]