Speaker Supports Concerns over Process of Mask Mandate

"Every agency is bound by law to follow an established process to implement a new regulation on the residents of Pennsylvania. If they do not, this process is the appropriate remedy to bring forth all of the legal arguments and issues and consider the validity of the executive action." - Speaker of the House Bryan Cutler

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Latest Wolf Mask Mandate Deprives Communities of Local Control

"After months of telling Pennsylvanians that mitigation orders are a thing of the past, the Wolf administration once again went back on its word and issued another ill-advised statewide mandate that deprives Pennsylvania communities of local control and community self-determination in public health decisions." - PA House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff

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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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Wolf’s Veto of Voting Rights Protection Act Fails Pennsylvanians

House leaders respond to Gov. Wolf's veto of Voting Rights Protection Act.

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Standing Up for Taxpayers with Responsible State Budget

The 2021-22 PA Budget supports core government services, makes historic investments in education, and prioritizes our most vulnerable citizens - all while saving for our future.

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House Republicans Introduce New Rules for Lobbyists

Ensuring that the voices of the people of Pennsylvania are not silenced by those who try to pay for access and influence, House Republicans are introducing legislation that would establish new rules for lobbyists in Harrisburg.

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Ryan Wins Battle for Data that Kept Lebanon County Closed in Pandemic

Sep. 16, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Frank Ryan (R-Lebanon) won a major victory this week when the Pennsylvania Department of Health (DOH) finally surrendered data he requested more than a year ago. At issue is the data the Wolf administration used to prevent Lebanon County businesses from reopening following the statewide shutdown.

State Government Committee to Take Up COVID-19 Regulatory Suspension Report Bill

Sep. 16, 2021 /

WHAT: To examine the impact of regulations that were suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic, the House State Government Committee will take up House Bill 1861, and other matters, during its next meeting. The bill would require a final report be issued no later than Nov. 1 by each authority, which initially authorized a suspension extended by Section 2102-F (a) of the Administrative Code.

Good Data and Testing Key COVID Measures, Speaker Says

Sep. 15, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – In response to repeated requests by the Legislature, the Wolf administration has finally provided additional data on Pennsylvanians currently suffering from COVID-19 infections, direct consequences of individual vaccination choices and who is most at risk for infection. Pennsylvanians now have a much clearer picture about the current COVID-19 challenges facing our Commonwealth.

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