HARRISBURG – In light of the ongoing state budget impasse, Rep. Rob Kauffman (R-Franklin) this week joined his colleagues in the state House in passing a package of emergency state funding bills to help sustain critical human service programs and to keep the doors of many organizations which depend on state funding, including our schools, open.
HARRISBURG – The state House today passed legislation to authorize emergency state funding that would support human services providers and recipients of student loans, while unlocking federal and state dollars designated for Pennsylvania’s public school districts. The party-line vote sends House Bill 224 and Senate Bills 1000 and 1001 to Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk for his signature into law.
HARRISBURG – To help struggling social services and school districts desperate for their state subsidies while budget negotiations continue, Rep. Marcy Toepel (R-Montgomery) along with a majority of her colleagues in the state House sent an emergency funding package to the governor’s desk.
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Rich Irvin (R-Huntingdon/Centre/Mifflin) today cast an affirmative vote in support of a package of emergency state funding bills aimed at delivering critical funding to human service programs and schools while state budget negotiations continue.
HARRISBURG – Due to the continuing state budget impasse, the House and Senate approved emergency funding legislation to provide financial relief to human service providers and schools that rely on state aid to operate, said Rep. Julie Harhart (Lehigh/Northampton).
HARRISBURG – Rep. Sandra Major (R-Susquehanna/Wayne) today voted in support of legislation to provide emergency state funding to human service providers and schools across the Commonwealth.
HARRISBURG – With schools and human service agencies struggling due to the lack of a state budget, Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) today voted in favor of providing them with emergency funding.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Kathy Rapp (R-Warren/Crawford/Forest) joined with her Republicans colleagues today in advancing an emergency funding package to deliver critical funding for public education and vital human services that have been withheld due to Gov. Tom’s Wolf’s June 30 veto of the entire state budget.
HARRISBURG – With human service programs and schools hitting a financial crisis point due to the continuing state budget impasse, Rep. Judy Ward (R-Blair) joined her Republican colleagues in the state House today in passing emergency state funding legislation to help these entities stay afloat.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Cris Dush (R-Jefferson/Indiana) once again voted with his Republican colleagues today to restore funding for public education and vital human services that were denied funding by Gov. Tom Wolf’s June 30 veto of the entire state budget.
HARRISBURG- Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) voted to approve emergency funding for struggling social service agencies and schools. The legislation, Senate Bill 1000, includes state appropriations of over $11 billion and releases over $24 billion in federal funds. The appropriations would be applied retroactively to fund government operations from July 1 to October 31.
HARRISBURG- Rep. Jesse Topper (R-Bedford/Fulton/Franklin) voted today to approve emergency funding for struggling social service agencies and schools. The legislation, Senate Bill 1000, includes state appropriations of over $11 billion and releases over $24 billion of federal funds. The disbursements are applied retroactively to fund government operations from July 1 to October 31.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Mauree Gingrich (R-Lebanon) today voted in favor of an emergency funding plan for social service agencies that provide critical assistance to victims of domestic violence, rape and child sexual abuse, as well as the elderly and school children. The prolonged budget impasse has interrupted the flow of funding to these agencies, which serve the state’s most vulnerable citizens.
HARRISBURG – In an effort to help families and senior citizens receive important human services and to keep schools open, Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) today voted in favor of legislation to allow emergency funding to be sent to service providers and school districts.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Mike Peifer (R-Pike/Wayne) today voted to release critical state funding to schools and human service agencies. The House passed an emergency funding bill that would allow state and federal dollars to flow to state operations that are in desperate need of funding.
HARRISBURG-- Rep. John Taylor (R-Philadelphia) joined a majority of his House colleagues in passing emergency legislation to fund social service agencies across the Commonwealth, while releasing funds to our school districts.
HARRISBURG – To prevent human services agencies from shutting down and to help schools stay open and provide textbooks to their students, Rep. Kathy Watson (R-Bucks/144th) today voted in support of legislation designed to release emergency funding for entities across the state.
HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania House of Representatives today voted 117-83 for an emergency funding bill aimed at getting state funds to agencies, schools and students, House Republican leaders said.
HARRISBURG- The Lancaster County House Republican Delegation voted today to approve emergency funding for struggling social service agencies and schools. The legislation, Senate Bills 1000 and 1001, would provide four months of funding for government operations applied retroactively to the beginning of the fiscal year July 1 through Oct. 31. This legislation would release $11 billion in state and more than $24 billion in federal funds. The bills are being sent to Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk for his signature into law, following a party line vote in the House of Representatives.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Steve Barrar (R-Chester/Delaware) today joined a majority of his colleagues in the state House in voting to provide emergency state funding as a way of temporarily resolving the many issues Gov. Tom Wolf’s full budget veto has caused.