Recent News

Jan

16

2020

January 16, 2020

Senator Tom Killion (R-Chester and Delaware) submitted direct testimony to an Administrative Law Judge as part of Flynn v. Sunoco Pipeline, L.P., the leading complaint filed regarding the Mariner East I & II pipelines that bisect Chester and Delaware counties. Killion is the only state legislator who is a party to a pipeline-related complaint.   [Read More]

Jan

10

2020

January 10, 2020

Highlights from Senator Killion’s Clean Energy Expo, held on the PSU Brandywine Campus.     [Read More]

Jan

02

2020

January 02, 2020

In an initial decision regarding a leak from the Mariner East I (ME1) pipeline in Berks County, a Public Utility Commission (PUC) Administrative Law Judge cited Senate Bill 284, sponsored by Senator Tom Killion (R-Chester & Delaware) as a potential remedy to the question of what confidential security information pipeline operators are required to share with county emergency planning officials.   [Read More]

Dec

19

2019

December 19, 2019

Legislation sponsored by Senator Tom Killion (R-Chester & Delaware counties) streamlining the placement of offenders in drug treatment programs and other intermediate punishment programs, and expediting the parole process for non-violent offenders was signed by Governor Tom Wolf within minutes of the Senate concurring by a vote of 38-11 in amendments made by the state House yesterday.   [Read More]

Dec

18

2019

December 18, 2019

Senate Bill 500, sponsored by Senator Lisa Baker, will create a County Adult Probation and Parole Advisory Committee. Senate Bill 501, sponsored by Senator Tom Killion, will generate significant savings for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections by streamlining the process for placement in State Intermediate Punishment, allowing parole agents to quickly detain parolees for violations, and streamlining the process for paroling people who receive a short sentence to prison.   [Read More]

Dec

06

2019

December 06, 2019

On this edition of the Killion Report, Senator Killion visits the Monroe Energy facility in Trainer, Delaware County.     [Read More]