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Nov

02

2020

November 02, 2020

While an unprecedented number of Pennsylvanians cast mail-in ballots this year, many citizens have chosen to vote in person Tuesday, November 3 and turnout is expected to be large. Below are answers to a few common questions you might have this Election Day. If you attempt to vote in person this Election Day but your […]   [Read More]

Oct

29

2020

October 29, 2020

In This Update: Additional Funding Approved to Help Schools Meet Health and Safety Needs Senate Votes to Protect Insurance Coverage for Mental Health Issues, Substance Use Disorder Senate Passes Package of Bills to Support Veterans, Military Families Give Veterans A Smile Day Energy Efficiency Grants Available for Farmers, Small Businesses Applications for Community Violence Prevention […]   [Read More]

Oct

23

2020

October 23, 2020

In This Update: My Affordable Housing Legislation Sent to Governor Supporting the Widener Partnership Charter School Bill Could Help More Pennsylvanians Benefit from Clean Slate Legislation Moves Forward to Ensure Safe Visitation of Nursing Home Residents Senate Votes to Boost Fire and EMS Services Throughout PA Bills to Improve COVID-19 Reporting Move to Governor’s Desk […]   [Read More]

Oct

21

2020

October 21, 2020

Legislation creates a state housing tax credit program to encourage private investment Senate Bill 30, authored by Senator Tom Killion (R-Chester and Delaware), promoting new construction and the rehabilitation of blighted buildings for affordable housing is headed to the governor’s desk after being approved by the General Assembly today. “Affordable housing is in short supply […]   [Read More]

Oct

15

2020

October 15, 2020

In This Update: Your Vote Matters 2020: Voting Resource Page with Everything You Need to Know Committee Explores Ways to Streamline State Government Medicare Open Enrollment Runs Now Through December 7 CDL and Commercial Learner’s Permits Extended Through November 29 Federal Funding Available for Volunteer Fire Companies October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month PHEAA Schedules […]   [Read More]

Oct

14

2020

October 14, 2020

WHAT: At the request of Senator Tom Killion (R-Chester/Delaware) the Senate Majority Policy Committee will hold a public workshop discussion on strengthening hate crime laws in Pennsylvania for the intellectually and physically disabled and the LGBTQ community. WHO: Senate Majority Policy Committee Chairman David G. Argall (R-Berks/Schuylkill) Senator Camera Bartolotta (R-Beaver/Greene/Washington) Senator Tom Killion (R-Chester/Delaware) […]   [Read More]