Stopping the Wolf Administration's Plan to Toll 9 Interstate Bridges

The PA House passed legislation to stop the current Wolf administration plan to toll nine bridges across Pennsylvania and reassert the Legislature’s oversight of, and community involvement in, future plans by the P3 board to implement tolling of state bridges and roads across Pennsylvania.

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Supporting Pennsylvania's Veterans

In recognition of Veterans Day, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives advanced several bills in support of the dedicated men and women of the Commonwealth who have served our country.

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Speaker Applauds Court’s Ruling to Uphold Constitutional Powers

Following the ruling by the Commonwealth Court dismissing the acting secretary of Health’s school masking order, Speaker of the House Bryan Cutler responds.

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Most Transparent Redistricting Process in Pennsylvania's History

Pennsylvanians will have a greater voice in the Congressional redistricting process. A new website details an upcoming hearing schedule, offers a community mapping tool, and offers an avenue for public input.

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Mehaffie, House Majority Policy Committee to Explore Topic of Nursing Shortages

Nov. 26, 2021 /

WHAT: Rep. Tom Mehaffie will host the House Majority Policy Committee led by Rep. Martin Causer (R-Cameron/McKean/Potter) for a hearing on the workforce crisis in the nursing industry. Information will be presented about nurse staffing standards, the impacts of nurse shortages on patient care and the struggles involved with maintaining a skilled workforce.

PA Deserves Answers: Free the COVID-19 Data

Nov. 23, 2021 / Press Release

For months during the COVID-19 pandemic, we heard from the Wolf administration, namely the governor and former Secretary of Health Rachel Levine, that we must trust the science…trust the data. And I fully agree. Science and data must drive policy, whether it be in response to a global pandemic or other bills before the General Assembly.

Vote to Stop Statewide Bridge Tolling Effort Advances

Nov. 22, 2021 /

Recently, the House acted on the Wolf administration’s plan to toll nine bridges around the Commonwealth, including the one in the 124th Legislative District along Interstate 78 in Lenhartsville, Berks County. They further reassert the Legislature’s oversight of, and community involvement in, any future tolling plans.

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Session Schedule

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives will return to voting session at noon on Monday, Dec. 13.

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