HARRISBURG -- Rep. Ron Marsico (R-Lower Paxton) issued the following statement after the General Assembly attempted to override portions of the governor’s budget veto today:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) today voted in support of overriding the governor’s veto of several line items in the state budget to ensure necessary programs and services may continue for the people who need them.
HARRISBURG – State House Democrats today unanimously shutdown an effort by House Republicans to send support for basic services such as domestic violence and rape crisis centers that are funded by state government. The vote took place during a House Republican attempt to override portions of Gov. Tom Wolf’s historic veto of the entire state spending plan for the 2015-16 fiscal year.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Berks/Lehigh) and a majority of his colleagues in the state House today in Harrisburg voted to override the governor’s veto of state appropriations for students, rape victims and cancer patients, among others.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Lee James (R-Venango/Butler) today voted in Harrisburg with a majority of his colleagues in the state House to release state funding for students, rape victims and cancer patients, among others.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Barry Jozwiak (R-Berks) today in Harrisburg voted with a majority of his colleagues to release state funding for students, rape victims, cancer patients and others.
HARRISBURG — State Rep. Mike Vereb (R-Montgomery) today in Harrisburg voted with a majority of his colleagues to release state funding to pay for programs that would benefit students, rape victims, cancer patients and other Pennsylvanians.
HARRISBURG – In seeking to ensure state funding for a number of human service agencies in the 110th District and across Pennsylvania, Rep. Tina Pickett (R-Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) today cast several votes in historic attempts to override the governor’s veto of numerous line items in the 2015-16 state budget.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Marcy Toepel (R-Montgomery) tonight joined her colleagues in a vote to fund vital human services, education, agriculture and health line items of the budget that have remained unfunded since the governor vetoed the state budget in full on June 30.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Tom Quigley (R-Montgomery) voted to override the governor’s budget veto of services for children with special needs, cancer patients and rape crisis victims. In doing so, he released the following statement:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Kathy Rapp (R-Warren/Crawford/Forest) today voted with the majority of her Republican colleagues to override vital portions of the state budget vetoed by the governor that would deliver needed funding to schools and human services agencies. Unfortunately, a two-thirds supermajority, which is needed in order to override the governor’s veto, was not attained.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jeff C. Wheeland (R-Lycoming) today issued the following statement on the failure of the House, along party lines, to override select line items in the state budget passed by the General Assembly and vetoed by the governor:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Christiana (R-Beaver/Washington) today issued the following statement after House Democrats voted to shut down efforts by House Republicans to send state budget funding for crucial services such as domestic violence and rape crisis centers. House Republicans attempted to override portions of Gov. Tom Wolf’s historic veto of the entire state spending plan for the 2015-16 fiscal year.
HARRISBURG – The House fell 21 votes short on its effort to override parts of Gov. Tom Wolf’s unprecedented total budget veto, and Rep. Doyle Heffley (R-Carbon) today said the failure to send state budget funding to human service providers in Carbon County and throughout the state is a stunning and callous move on the part of House minority members who voted against overriding the agreed to line items in House Bill 1192.
HARRISBURG – In helping to get state funding to those most in need, Rep. Marguerite Quinn (R-Bucks) issued the following statement after casting several votes in the state House to override portions of the governor’s 2015-16 state budget veto:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) issued the following statement after casting several votes in an attempt to override parts of the governor’s vetoed state budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year:
HARRISBURG – State Reps. Matt Gabler (R-Clearfield/Elk) and Tommy Sankey
(R-Clearfield/Cambria) joined a majority of their colleagues today in voting to fund essential statewide services in the wake of Gov. Tom Wolf’s unprecedented comprehensive budget veto on June 30. In a series of party-line votes, House Democrats declined to provide the necessary two-thirds majority necessary to override the governor’s veto and provide immediate funding for a range of human service and education-related programs, including rape crisis centers, domestic violence services, PHEAA college student grants and public school transportation.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jesse Topper (R-Bedford/Fulton/Franklin) voted to provide vital funds to human services, education, agriculture and health programs which have remained without funds since Gov. Tom Wolf’s veto of the budget on June 30.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Scott Petri (R-Bucks) said an attempt today by House Republicans to restore state funding for critical human services programs, vetoed by Gov. Tom Wolf nearly two months ago, was shut down by House Democrats, whose support was needed for a veto override.
HARRISBURG – As human service agencies struggle to continue their operations and nonpublic school students return to their classrooms without textbooks, Rep. Kate Harper (R-Montgomery) today voted to override the governor’s veto of several line items in the budget adopted by the Legislature back in June.