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Rep. Lewis Introduces Term Limits Plan to Bring New Choices, New Voices to State Government

Mar. 12, 2019  Download

Freshman state lawmakers Rep. Andrew Lewis (R-Dauphin) and Mike Jones (R-York) unveiled their proposal on Tuesday to enact term limits for members of the state House and Senate. The measure seeks to amend the Pennsylvania Constitution to limit a member of the General Assembly to 12 consecutive years of service in each chamber. That equates to six consecutive two-year terms for House members and three consecutive four-year terms for senators. The lawmakers expressed their believe that the change would help improve the legislative environment in both chambers. Rep. Andrew Lewis (R-Dauphin) said the term limits amendment would help to restore a culture where elected office is viewed as more of a public service than a career choice.

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Rep. Jones Cosponsors a Key Reform Measure to Institute Legislative Term Limits in Pennsylvania

Mar. 12, 2019  Download

Freshman state lawmakers Rep. Andrew Lewis (R-Dauphin) and Mike Jones (R-York) unveiled their proposal on Tuesday to enact term limits for members of the state House and Senate. The measure seeks to amend the Pennsylvania Constitution to limit a member of the General Assembly to 12 consecutive years of service in each chamber. That equates to six consecutive two-year terms for House members and three consecutive four-year terms for senators. The lawmakers expressed their believe that the change would help improve the legislative environment in both chambers. Cosponsor Rep. Mike Jones (R-York) said almost every voter he spoke with in the last election agrees that some form of term limits would improve the legislative process in PA.

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Bernstine Speaks Out in Support of a Legislative Term Limits Plan Introduced to Bring New Voices to State Government

Mar. 12, 2019  Download

State lawmakers unveiled a proposal to enact term limits for members of the state House and Senate Tuesday in Harrisburg. The measure seeks to amend the Pennsylvania Constitution to limit a member of the General Assembly to 12 consecutive years of service in each chamber. That equates to six consecutive two-year terms for House members and three consecutive four-year terms for senators. The lawmakers expressed their believe that the change would help improve the legislative environment in both chambers. Rep. Aaron Bernstine (R-Beaver, Butler & Lawrence) attended the capitol press conference and voiced his support for the new term limits proposal.

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Rep. Borowicz Offers Support for a Legislative Term Limits Plan Recently Introduced in Harrisburg

Mar. 12, 2019  Download

State lawmakers unveiled a proposal to enact term limits for members of the state House and Senate Tuesday in Harrisburg. The measure seeks to amend the Pennsylvania Constitution to limit a member of the General Assembly to 12 consecutive years of service in each chamber. That equates to six consecutive two-year terms for House members and three consecutive four-year terms for senators. The lawmakers expressed their believe that the change would help improve the legislative environment in both chambers. Rep. Stephanie Borowicz (R-Clinton & Centre) attended the capitol press conference and spoke in support of the new term limits proposal.

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Dush Voices Support for Legislative Term Limits Plan

Mar. 12, 2019  Download

State lawmakers unveiled a proposal to enact term limits for members of the state House and Senate Tuesday in Harrisburg. The measure seeks to amend the Pennsylvania Constitution to limit a member of the General Assembly to 12 consecutive years of service in each chamber. That equates to six consecutive two-year terms for House members and three consecutive four-year terms for senators. The lawmakers expressed their believe that the change would help improve the legislative environment in both chambers. Rep. Cris Dush (R-Jefferson & Indiana) attended the capitol press conference and spoke in support of the term limits proposal.

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Mehaffie Introduces Bill to Value PA Nuclear Energy, Save Jobs and Keep Electricity Prices Stable

Mar. 11, 2019  Download

In an effort to prevent the premature and permanent closure of Pennsylvania’s nuclear power plants, Rep. Tom Mehaffie (R-Dauphin) today introduced legislation updating the Pennsylvania Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards (AEPS) Act to recognize nuclear energy for its significant contribution to the state’s zero-carbon energy production. Known as the Keep Powering Pennsylvania Act, House Bill 11 would amend Pennsylvania’s AEPS Act to include nuclear energy as a qualifying zero emissions energy resource. Mehaffie said this change would help control future electricity costs for consumers and ensure that existing nuclear power plants remain a viable source for Pennsylvania’s base load electricity supply.

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Rep. Ryan Mackenzie Legislative Radio Report/Podcast

Mar. 08, 2019  Download

The weekly Legislative Report Program with Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R- Lehigh & Berks) is now available on the House Republican Radio News Service. This brief public affairs report may be used in its entirety or edited for actualities to use in state government news coverage

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Rep. Martin Causer Legislative Radio Report/Podcast

Mar. 08, 2019  Download

The weekly Legislative Report Program with Rep. Martin Causer (R-McKean, Potter & Cameron) is now available on the House Republican Radio News Service. This brief public affairs report may be used in its entirety or edited for actualities to use in state government news coverage

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Rep. Frank Ryan Legislative Radio Report/Podcast

Mar. 07, 2019  Download

The weekly Legislative Report Program/Podcast with Representative Frank Ryan (R-Lebanon) is now available on the House Republican Radio News Service. In this week’s program Rep. Ryan discusses Real ID - New licenses are available, but will require additional documentation.

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Rep. Ryan Mackenzie Legislative Radio Report/Podcast

Mar. 01, 2019  Download

The weekly Legislative Report Program with Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R- Lehigh & Berks) is now available on the House Republican Radio News Service. Topics discussed in this week’s program include : • A package of bills addressing the rights of Crime Victims in Pennsylvania are moving through the legislative process; House Appropriations Committee continues holding budget hearings to look into the details of the Governor’s budget proposals; The Pennsylvania Charter Day celebration will include display of the state charter and free admission to a number of museums statewide.