Weekly Wrap-Up of Bills Passed in the PA House

Bills passed in the #PAHouse during the week of Sept. 16, 2019

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Building a Responsible State Budget

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Strengthening Communities, Supporting Families

This wide-ranging legislative package addresses a variety of issues, along with continued reforms designed to help rein in the ongoing opioid epidemic.

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Government Done Right

It’s past time to install an update to end the Pennsylvania government dysfunction. Government Done Right means upgrading to a more effective and efficient government while providing core services. From repealing out-of-date laws, to reexamining the effectiveness of some state boards and commissions, the #PAHouse will work on a much-needed government update.

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Protecting Crime Victims

Pennsylvania House Republicans are taking action to strengthen the protections for victims of crime. Just as those accused of a crime have certain rights, we need to ensure crime victims are treated with dignity and respect throughout the entire criminal justice process.

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#GoodJobs4PA

House Republicans are focusing on good jobs and careers for all Pennsylvanians, to help transition people from minimum wage jobs to family-sustaining careers.

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Session Schedule

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives will return to voting session
at 1 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 23, 2019.

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Latest News

Saylor Announces Tax Credits for Farmers

Sep. 19, 2019 /

RED LION- Rep. Stan Saylor (R-York) announced that the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for the state’s Resource Enhancement and Protection Program (REAP) tax credit. This program allows farmers, landowners and businesses to earn tax credits for implementing "Best Management Practices" (BMPs) that will enhance farm production and protect natural resources.

House Passes Walsh Bill to Prohibit Tobacco Purchases with EBT Cards

Sep. 19, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – The House today approved legislation authored by Rep. Justin Walsh (R-Westmoreland) that would amend the Human Services Code to prohibit the purchase of tobacco products using public assistance funds on electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards.

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GOOD JOBS FOR PA
Career and Technical Education Focus

PA House Republicans are focusing on good jobs and careers for all Pennsylvanians, to help transition people from minimum wage jobs to family-sustaining careers.

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Speaker Mike Turzai
Speaker Mike Turzai RepTurzai

Fact about HB 1100: leveraging the incentive REQUIRES a company to build a brand new petrochemical manufacturing fa… https://t.co/F6LE0HLlOc

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Rep. Lou Schmitt
Rep. Lou Schmitt RepSchmitt

I want to thank everyone who came out to my concealed carry seminar. More than 250 residents attended this informat… https://t.co/4TTHSCwm9n

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PA House Republicans
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Weekly Wrap-Up of bills passed in the #PAHouse this week https://t.co/b76LICS8ob

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