Mackenzie Leads Hearing on Congressional Term Limits

Nov. 17, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – Acting in his capacity as majority chairman of the House State Government Subcommittee on Campaign Finance and Elections, Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Berks/Lehigh) last week led a hearing at the state Capitol on the topic of congressional term limits.

House Sends Constitutional Carry Legislation to Governor’s Desk, Says Bernstine

Nov. 17, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Aaron Bernstine (R-Beaver/Butler/Lawrence), a leading voice in protecting Pennsylvanians’ Second Amendment rights, voted with a majority of his House colleagues to send to the governor’s desk legislation that would no longer require law-abiding citizens to obtain government permission to carry a concealed firearm in Pennsylvania.

Kail: ‘We Must Put an End to this Money Grab by the State’

Nov. 16, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Joshua D. Kail (R-Beaver/Washington) announced today he voted in support of Senate Bill 382, which would end a Wolf administration plan that would toll nine Pennsylvania bridges as a mechanism to fund their repair or reconstruction.

Armanini, Sankey Vote to Stop Statewide Bridge Tolling Effort

Nov. 16, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – Legislation that would shut down the current plan to toll nine bridges around Pennsylvania, including four on Interstate 80, drew support from state Reps. Mike Armanini (R-Clearfield/Elk) and Tommy Sankey (R-Clearfield/Cambria). Senate Bill 382, authored by state Sen. Wayne Langerholc (R-35), passed with bipartisan support and now returns to the Senate for concurrence after being amended in the House.

House Approves Legislation to Address Attempts to Toll Bridges

Nov. 16, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – The House today sent to the Senate for concurrence with an amendment authored by state Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland) that would pull back the current attempt to place tolls on nine interstate bridges across Pennsylvania, including the John Harris (South) Bridge over the Susquehanna River.

Voters One Step Closer to Balancing Branches of Government

Nov. 16, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – Continuing efforts by the General Assembly to ensure no single person, authority or interest can outweigh the voices of the people of the Commonwealth, the House State Government committee advanced House Bills 2069 and 2070, two proposed amendments to the Pennsylvania Constitution that would restore the balance of power to the three-branch system of governing.