HARRISBURG – Rep. Valerie Gaydos (R-Allegheny) issued the following statement after voting “no” to the state’s $45.5 billion state budget for the 2023-24 fiscal year:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Tim Twardzik (R-Schuylkill) issued the following statement regarding his vote against the nearly $45.55 billion state budget proposal.
HARRISBURG – In light of Gov. Josh Shapiro and House Democrats turning their backs on working families and students trapped in failing schools, House Republican Policy Committee Chairman Joshua D. Kail (R-Beaver/Washington) released the following statement:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Doyle Heffley (R-Carbon) is issuing the following statement on the $45.55 billion state budget for Fiscal Year 2023-24:
HARRISBURG – Late last night, the House considered its General Appropriations bill for the 2023-24 fiscal year. State Rep. David H. Rowe (R-Snyder/Union/Juniata/Mifflin) cast a no vote and shared his concerns in the following statement:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Ryan Warner (R-Fayette) issued the following statement in response to passage of a 2023-24 budget by the state House on Wednesday.
HARRISBURG – Following approval of the state budget, Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona), who voted against the spending plan, issued this statement:
HARRISBURG — Rep. Jason Ortitay (R-Washington/Allegheny) today expressed disappointment that legislation he authored to advance early literacy for Pennsylvania’s children failed to be included in the 2023-24 state budget.
HARRISBURG – Rep. JoAnne Stehr (R-Northumberland/Schuylkill) issued the following statement after voting “no” to the fiscally irresponsible House Democrat 2023-24 state budget.
HARRISBURG – Kids trapped in failing schools will no longer have the chance to escape, thanks to Gov. Josh Shapiro’s broken Lifeline Scholarship promise, said Rep. Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester). The governor, after repeatedly making a promise to kids stuck in the bottom 15% of failing schools, flip-flopped, vowing now to line-item veto the Pennsylvania Award for Student Success scholarship program in the budget approved by House Democrats.
HARRISBURG — Rep. Wendy Fink (R-Red Lion) yesterday voted against a $45.55 billion state budget proposal and voiced her disappointment that Gov. Josh Shapiro failed to deliver on his campaign promise to help students in failing school districts.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Aaron Bernstine (R-Butler/Lawrence) issued the following statement after voting “no” to an irresponsible 2023-24 state budget.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Clint Owlett (R-Tioga/Bradford) issued the following statement after the state House approved a 2023-24 state budget despite his negative vote.
HARRISBURG – House Republican Leader Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) said Wednesday that the move by Pennsylvania’s House Democrats to approve a General Appropriations bill that would have a lifeline scholarship program line-item vetoed is the result of choosing political convenience over students.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Natalie Mihalek (R-Allegheny/Washington) issued the below statement following the passage of legislation to finalize the 2023-24 budget:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Bud Cook (R-Greene/Washington) issued the following statement after voting against passage of a $45.5 billion state budget for the 2023-24 fiscal year:
HARRISBURG — Rep. Brad Roae (R-Crawford/Erie) issued the following statement in response to the $45.55 billion Fiscal Year 2023-24 budget that the House passed this evening:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Parke Wentling (R-Mercer) announced the Commonwealth is getting more than $1.16 billion in federal funding to expand broadband access to underserved areas. The funding is coming through the federal Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) Program. The Pennsylvania Broadband Development Authority (authority) will administer the funding.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Barb Gleim (R-Cumberland) joins colleagues in continued pursuit of an appeal to strike down the entirety of Act 77 of 2019 based on provisions that deem part of the law in violation of the Civil Rights Act.
MCCLELLANDTOWN – Rep. Charity Grimm Krupa (R-Fayette) issued this statement following the dismissal of lawmakers from Harrisburg without the passing of a state budget: