Struzzi, Mullins to Co-Chair House PASSHE Caucus

Feb. 02, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – State Reps. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) and Kyle Mullins (D-Lackawanna) have been selected to serve as co-chairmen of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Caucus in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 2023-24 session.

Scialabba Hosts Policy Hearing on Workforce Development

Feb. 02, 2023 /

CRANBERRY – Rep. Stephenie Scialabba (R-Butler) hosted a policy hearing today with members of the House Republican Policy Committee and the public, which focused on how to develop our workforce to meet the needs of Pennsylvania employers and consumers.

Lawmakers Call on Democrats to End Partisan Charade and Return to Work

Jan. 30, 2023 /

HARRISBURG— Following today’s hearing on school funding, House Republican Policy Committee Chairman Joshua D. Kail (R-Beaver/Washington), House Republican Education Committee Chairman Jesse Topper (R-Bedford/Fulton) and Deputy Policy Committee Chairman David Rowe (R-Snyder/Juniata/Mifflin/Union) held a press conference urging Democratic lawmakers to get back to work immediately.

Kuzma Hosts Policy Committee to Learn How to Help Propel Forward Manufacturing Opportunities

Jan. 27, 2023 / Press Release

SOUTH PARK TOWNSHIP – Fulfilling his promise to strongly represent the 39th Legislative District and put it on the map, Rep. Andrew Kuzma (R-Allegheny/Washington) today hosted 21 members of the House Majority Policy Committee from as far away as Cumberland County to hear from manufacturers about how the Commonwealth can help attract and expand opportunities for businesses.

Maloney Named Chairman of House Game and Fish Committee

Jan. 27, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – In his 50th Pennsylvania-licensed hunting year, Rep. David Maloney (R-Berks) has been assigned chairman of the House Game and Fisheries Committee for the 2023-24 Legislative Session. He has been at the forefront of combatting Chronic Wasting Disease, securing $1 million in the state budget for CWD research, and is eager to see the restoration of our state bird, the Ruffed Grouse.

Kuzma Hosts Policy Committee to Learn How to Help Propel Forward Manufacturing Opportunities

Jan. 27, 2023 /

SOUTH PARK TOWNSHIP – Fulfilling his promise to strongly represent the 39th Legislative District and put it on the map, Rep. Andrew Kuzma (R-Allegheny/Washington) today hosted 21 members of the House Majority Policy Committee from as far away as Cumberland County to hear from manufacturers about how the Commonwealth can help attract and expand opportunities for businesses.

Benninghoff to Lead House Transportation Committee

Jan. 27, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – State Rep. Kerry Benninghoff (R-Centre/Mifflin) is ready for a new challenge, having been appointed Republican Chairman of the House Transportation Committee for the 2023-24 legislative session.

Rules Listening Session Highlights Democrats’ Hypocrisy, Kail Says

Jan. 26, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Josh Kail (R-Beaver/Washington), chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee, said Wednesday night’s listening session led by Speaker of the House Mark Rozzi (D-Berks) over House operating rules shows the hypocrisy of the speaker and Democrats generally.

Pennsylvanians Must Have Say in Shaping the Future of the Commonwealth, Says Kail

Jan. 26, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – In order to address the issues Pennsylvanians care about most, House Republican Policy Committee Chairman Joshua D. Kail (R-Beaver/Washington) hosted a hearing Monday titled “Constitutional Amendments – Why We Care” on a joint resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvanians Must Have Say in Shaping the Future of the Commonwealth, Says Kail

Jan. 26, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – In order to address the issues Pennsylvanians care about most, House Republican Policy Committee Chairman Joshua D. Kail (R-Beaver/Washington) hosted a hearing Monday titled “Constitutional Amendments – Why We Care” on a joint resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The proposed amendments would provide for a two-year window for victims of childhood sexual assault to file previously time-barred claims, to authorize the General Assembly to disapprove regulations, and require voters to present identification when casting a ballot.