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Rep. Dush Votes to Reverse Wolf’s Cuts to Education

Apr. 14, 2016  Download

The Pennsylvania House has passed new fiscal code legislation, restoring funding for more than 400 school districts whose appropriation was cut by the Governor, and bringing an end to the protracted 2015/16 budget cycle. House Bill 1589, which was approved by a veto-proof bipartisan vote of 149-45, will use the equitable funding formula which was unanimously approved by the Education Funding Commission to distribute money to schools in the Commonwealth.

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Rep. Gabler Votes to Reverse Wolf’s Cuts to Education

Apr. 14, 2016  Download

The Pennsylvania House has passed new fiscal code legislation, restoring funding for more than 400 school districts whose appropriation was cut by the Governor, and bringing an end to the protracted 2015/16 budget cycle. House Bill 1589, which was approved by a veto-proof bipartisan vote of 149-45, will use the equitable funding formula which was unanimously approved by the Education Funding Commission to distribute money to schools in the Commonwealth.

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Rep. Heffley Votes to Reverse Wolf’s Cuts to Education

Apr. 14, 2016  Download

The Pennsylvania House has passed new fiscal code legislation, restoring funding for more than 400 school districts whose appropriation was cut by the Governor, and bringing an end to the protracted 2015/16 budget cycle. House Bill 1589, which was approved by a veto-proof bipartisan vote of 149-45, will use the equitable funding formula which was unanimously approved by the Education Funding Commission to distribute money to schools in the Commonwealth.

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Rep. Aaron Kaufer Votes to Reverse Wolf’s Cuts to Education

Apr. 14, 2016  Download

The Pennsylvania House has passed new fiscal code legislation, restoring funding for more than 400 school districts whose appropriation was cut by the Governor, and bringing an end to the protracted 2015/16 budget cycle. House Bill 1589, which was approved by a veto-proof bipartisan vote of 149-45, will use the equitable funding formula which was unanimously approved by the Education Funding Commission to distribute money to schools in the Commonwealth.

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Rep. Phillips-Hill Votes to Reverse Wolf’s Cuts to Education

Apr. 14, 2016  Download

The Pennsylvania House has passed new fiscal code legislation, restoring funding for more than 400 school districts whose appropriation was cut by the Governor, and bringing an end to the protracted 2015/16 budget cycle. House Bill 1589, which was approved by a veto-proof bipartisan vote of 149-45, will use the equitable funding formula which was unanimously approved by the Education Funding Commission to distribute money to schools in the Commonwealth.

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Rep. Toohil Votes to Reverse Wolf’s Cuts to Education

Apr. 14, 2016  Download

The Pennsylvania House has passed new fiscal code legislation, restoring funding for more than 400 school districts whose appropriation was cut by the Governor, and bringing an end to the protracted 2015/16 budget cycle. House Bill 1589, which was approved by a veto-proof bipartisan vote of 149-45, will use the equitable funding formula which was unanimously approved by the Education Funding Commission to distribute money to schools in the Commonwealth.

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Package of Right-To-Work Bills Introduced in Harrisburg

Apr. 13, 2016  Download

A package of legislation intended to make Pennsylvania the next Right-to-Work state has been reintroduced in Harrisburg. The six-bill package is designed to protect the individual freedoms of Pennsylvania’s working citizens and energize the economy by ending the practice of compulsory unionism. Rep. Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler), prime sponsor of House Bill 1750 said forced unionism is the reason the Commonwealth lags behind other states in job creation.

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Committee Acts on Causer Motion to Reject Proposed Oil, Gas Regulations

Apr. 12, 2016  Download

The House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee has voted to disapprove proposed regulations that would impact the oil and gas industry. A motion to reject the regulations that would illegally group conventional and non-conventional wells together was proposed by Rep. Martin Causer (R-McKean, Potter, Cameron), who said conventional wells should not be threatened by DEP in their quest to oversee the fracking industry.

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Rep. Martin Causer Legislative Radio Report/Podcast

Apr. 08, 2016  Download

The weekly Legislative Report Program with Rep. Martin Causer (R-McKean, Potter & Cameron) is now available on the House Republican Radio News Service. You may use this brief public affairs report in its entirety or edit it down for actualities to use in your state government news coverage.

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Rep. Ryan Mackenzie Legislative Radio Report/Podcast

Apr. 08, 2016  Download

The weekly Legislative Report Program with Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R- Lehigh & Berks) is now available on the House Republican Radio News Service. You may use this brief public affairs report in its entirety or edit it down for actualities to use in your state government news coverage.