HARRISBURG – State Rep. Tommy Sankey (R-Cambria/Clearfield) today voted to support House Bill 1192, the primary budget bill for fiscal year 2015-16. The legislation is scheduled to be taken up immediately by the state Senate and is still on target to reach Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk and be signed into law before the conclusion of the fiscal year.
HARRISBURG — State Rep. Kathy Rapp (R-Warren/Crawford/Forest) today voted in support of the $30 billion 2015-16 state spending plan that was advanced by the House on Saturday.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Lynda Schlegel Culver (R-Northumberland/Snyder) joined the majority of her colleagues in the state House on Saturday, June 27, in voting in favor of a fiscally responsible legislative budget proposal which included no tax increases. Culver made the following statement after the vote:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Tina Pickett (R-Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) said today, after casting her vote for a balanced, on-time state budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year, that this spending plan is designed with the taxpayers of Pennsylvania at the forefront.
HARRISBURG – Rep. James R. Santora (R-Delaware) today voted in support of a $30.18 billion state spending plan that includes significant investments in public education and fully funds human services without raising existing taxes or creating new ones.
HARRISBURG — After casting his first-ever vote on the state budget, Rep. Cris Dush (R-Jefferson/Indiana), expressed his satisfaction regarding the $30 billion 2015-16 state spending plan that was advanced by the House on Saturday.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Brian Ellis (R-Butler) voted in favor of the fiscally responsible legislative budget proposal, which would spend $30.18 billion, and includes no tax increases. After Saturday’s vote, Ellis made the following statement:
HARRISBURG – Rep. John McGinnis (R-Blair) today cast a no vote on House Bill 1192, legislation that establishes state funding priorities for fiscal year 2015-16. The Pennsylvania House of Representatives voted 112 to 77 in favor of the measure.
HARRISBURG – The House of Representatives today voted 112-77 to approve its budget plan for fiscal year 2015-16. The House plan includes no new taxes, more than $400 million in new education investments and funding for essential government services. Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland) issued the following statement in response to the vote:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Doyle Heffley (R-Carbon) today voted in favor of a $30.18 billion state budget plan that includes $200 million in additional education funding over last year and fully funds vital human services with no new or increased taxes.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) today cast his vote in favor of a $30.18 billion budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year, which begins on July 1.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Stephen Bloom (R-Cumberland) said today that the state budget plan advanced by the House addresses the core functions of government, balances spending with available revenues and does not raise taxes on hard-working Pennsylvania families or senior citizens.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Rich Irvin (R-Huntingdon/Mifflin/Centre) today issued the following statement after the state House passed a $30.18 billion state budget that doesn’t raise taxes, yet increases funding for education and other important areas:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jack Rader (R-Monroe) today voted in favor of a $30.18 billion state budget which does not include a tax increase. The spending plan passed the House by a 112-77 vote and now goes to the Senate for consideration.
HARRISBURG — House Judiciary Committee Majority Chairman Ron Marsico (R-Dauphin) was pleased that legislation to re-establish the Commonwealth’s independent counsel law was passed during today’s Judiciary Committee meeting in order to address the problems that have arisen during the ongoing Pennsylvania attorney general scandal.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Mark Gillen (R-Berks/Lancaster) today in Harrisburg voted in favor of a balanced, on-time state budget bill that would fund the core functions of government without raising taxes.
HARRISBURG – On Saturday, June 27, Rep. Jerry Knowles (R-Berks/Carbon/Schuylkill) voted in favor of the fiscally responsible legislative budget proposal, which would spend $30.18 billion, and includes no tax increases. Knowles made the following statement after the vote:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Aaron Kaufer (R-Luzerne) voted on Saturday in favor of the budget proposal which would spend $30.18 billion and includes no tax increases. After the vote on House Bill 1192, Kaufer made the following statement:
Lawmaker supports plan to hold the line on spending
HARRISBURG – On Saturday, June 27, the House of Representatives voted in favor of a $30.18 billion legislative budget proposal, which includes no tax increases, and represents a fiscally responsible spending plan for the citizens of Pennsylvania. State Rep. Kurt Masser (R-Columbia/Montour/Northumberland) voted “yes” on this budget proposal, and after the vote made the following statement: