HARRISBURG – After weighing all the circumstances surrounding the criminal case against Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, Rep. Kathy Watson (R-Bucks) has signed on to co-sponsor House Resolution 435, which calls for the statewide elected official’s impeachment.
BROOKVILLE – A new state law supported by state Rep. Cris Dush (R-Jefferson/Indiana) waives the two $10 background check fees for volunteers and reduces the fee for employees in Pennsylvania who have direct and routine contact with children.
WHAT: A news conference to discuss Gov. Tom Wolf’s created budget impasse, along with its expected impact on constituents and local social services. The lawmakers will also reiterate their opposition to the governor’s $13 billion tax increase over two years on Pennsylvania’s working families, and the impact of a potential natural gas severance tax on local businesses.
The fact is, it’s now August, and Pennsylvania still has no state budget.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Doyle Heffley (R-Carbon) today issued the following statement pertaining to the criminal charges leveled against Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane this week:
HARRISBURG – House Majority Leader Dave Reed (R-Indiana) called for Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane to step aside in the wake of criminal charges being filed against her on Thursday. Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman charged Kane with perjury, false swearing, abuse of office, obstruction and contempt of court for allegedly leaking secret information to a Philadelphia newspaper and then lying to a grand jury about it.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Chris Ross (R-Chester), chairman of the House Liquor Control Committee, held an informational public meeting at the state Capitol to take a closer look at Pennsylvania’s wine and spirits wholesale and distribution systems.
Last Thursday, criminal charges were brought against Pennsylvania’s attorney general, Kathleen Kane. The charges, that Ms. Kane used her office to leak grand jury material in order to damage a political opponent, are quite serious and stem from an investigation by Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman.
HARRISBURG –Rep. Ron Marsico (R-Dauphin), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, has called on Attorney General Kathleen Kane to resign, after being charged today. In doing so, he released the following statement:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Stephen Bloom (R-Cumberland) issued this statement following news of the indictment of Attorney General Kathleen Kane on several criminal charges:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Todd Stephens (R-Montgomery) released the following statement following the indictment of Attorney General Kathleen Kane:
HARRISBURG – A new state law supported by state Rep. Jesse Topper (R-Bedford/Franklin/Fulton) waives the two $10 background check fees for volunteers and reduces the fee for employees in Pennsylvania who have direct and routine contact with children.
It’s hard to negotiate with a man who takes extremist positions.
When I talk to people about the state budget and the current stalemate, many of them voice frustration over what they see as a partisan political battle. While I understand their frustrations, I want to be clear that this budget stalemate is not about politics. It’s about priorities.
We are now several weeks into the state’s fiscal year with no signed budget and education funding in the balance. So why is Gov. Tom Wolf traveling the state campaigning for an already rejected budget proposal? It’s time to get off the campaign trail and get serious about working on a budget that moves Pennsylvania forward.
One month has passed since Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed the state budget. The goal should be to enact a budget built upon fact versus one built on the propaganda being circulated by the governor and special interest groups from Washington, D.C.
For the first time in a generation, Pennsylvania has an historic chance to fix the education funding formula that distributes over $5.5 Billion dollars to our 500 school districts.
YORK TOWNSHIP - Volunteers from churches, fire companies and Little League teams were among those in attendance at Thursday’s seminar on Pennsylvania’s recent changes to child protection laws, according to state Rep. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York Township). The event was held at Dallastown Intermediate School.
HARRISBURG – Reps. Seth Grove (R-York) and Keith Greiner (R-Lancaster) this week commended Auditor General Eugene DePasquale and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto for highlighting the need for municipal pension reform.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Seth Grove (R-York) today said the recent credit downgrading of eight school districts across Pennsylvania by Moody’s Investor Service demonstrates the dire need for school construction reimbursement reform.