PGC Must Answer for Continued Lack of Transparency, Maloney Tells Governor

May. 17, 2024 /

HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s (PGC) refusal to conduct business in an open and transparent way has prompted Republican House Game and Fisheries Committee Chairman David Maloney (R-Berks) to again write the governor, state Office of Administration and the Pennsylvania Game Commission requesting action to rein in an agency that has gone rogue and lost sight of its mission.

Frontier Commonwealth Settlement Earns PUC Approval, Lawmakers Say

May. 15, 2024 /

HARRISURG – The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) has given final approval to a settlement aimed at addressing long-standing service issues with Frontier Commonwealth, according to a half dozen lawmakers who have been advocating for affected consumers.

Answering the Call: Caring for our Communities

May. 15, 2024 /

Each and every day, emergency medical responders answer calls for assistance with one purpose – to save lives. These dedicated individuals, whether volunteer or career personnel, are professionals who do their absolute best to provide lifesaving services in our communities.

Owlett Bill Would Protect Public Fund Investments

May. 14, 2024 /

HARRISBURG – Citing increasing instability across the world, Rep. Clint Owlett (R-Tioga/Bradford) has introduced legislation that would require an examination of geopolitical risk be conducted as part of the investment analysis when the state Treasury or Pennsylvania’s public pension funds invest in the financial assets of foreign countries.

Shapiro’s Competitive Commonwealth Workforce Order Leaves Points on the Court

May. 13, 2024 /

HARRISBURG – House Republican Appropriations Chairman Seth Grove, once again, finds himself frustrated by Governor Josh Shapiro's executive actions. In his typical campaign-like setting, today the Governor unveiled “an Executive Order to Continue Building a Competitive Commonwealth Workforce. Grove, however, is quick to point out that it lacks a crucial element.

Rapp Amendment Restores Common Sense to Doula Bill

May. 08, 2024 /

HARRISBURG — Rep. Kathy L. Rapp (R-Warren/Crawford/Forest), Republican chair of the House Health Committee, announced a bill she amended that would extend Medicaid coverage to doula services was unanimously approved by the House. Rapp’s amendment removed the term “pregnant individual” and replaced it with the word “mother,” reversing a change made in a prior amendment.

Pennsylvania House Republicans Call on Pennsylvania Attorney General to Investigate Philadelphia District Attorney Over Handling of Boyle Arrest Warrant

May. 07, 2024 /

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania House Republicans Tuesday held a press conference to highlight a letter they sent to Pennsylvania Attorney General Michelle Henry calling on her office to investigate Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner on the handling of the arrest warrant issued for state Rep. Kevin Boyle (D-Philadelphia) and any possible election law violations.

White, PA Manufacturers’ Association Hold Energy Roundtable in York

May. 03, 2024 /

PHILADELPHIA – Rep. Martina White (R-Philadelphia), in collaboration with the Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association, held an important energy roundtable discussion this week, focusing on bolstering Pennsylvania’s energy sector and enhancing economic growth. The roundtable, held at the Manufacturers' Association of South Central PA in York, drew a diverse group of stakeholders, industry experts and legislators, including Reps. Tim O'Neal (R-Washington), Seth Grove (R-York), Joe D'Orsie (R-York) and Kristin Marcell (R-Bucks), to discuss critical topics such as LNG exports, permitting reform and grid reliability.