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Jul

28

2022

July 28, 2022

In this Update: Protect Yourself from Identity Theft Happenings in the 46th Strengthening the Integrity of Pennsylvania’s Elections Special Education Additional School Year Notification Deadline is Monday New Law Improves Access to Home Health Care Services Help for Veterans and Beneficiaries Facing Unexpected Hardships Watch Out for Energy Marketing Scams Please Support Local Independent Retailers  […]   [Read More]

Jul

21

2022

July 21, 2022

In this update: Proposed Constitutional Amendments One Step Closer to Voter Input Protect Yourself from Identity Theft Proposed Constitutional Amendment on Abortion Crime Victims will Receive More Support Under New Law New Laws Aim to Improve Information Sharing and Health Outcomes Call 988 for Suicide Prevention and Crisis Support National Guard Needs Mentors for At-Risk […]   [Read More]

Jul

14

2022

July 14, 2022

In this Update: My Legislative Language to Help Crime Victims Now Law Creating Jobs and Revenue Through Legislation The New State Budget: Clearing Hurdles to Jobs and Opportunity Deana’s Law Increases Penalties for Repeat DUIs Funding Available for Projects that Promote PA Farm Products Accessing Local and County Crime and Crash Data How to Conserve […]   [Read More]

Jul

11

2022

July 11, 2022

Two bills sponsored by Sen. Camera Bartolotta (R-46) were included in the state’s public school code, which dictates how education funding contained in the General Fund Budget for Fiscal Year 2022-23 is spent.   [Read More]

Jul

08

2022

July 08, 2022

The Senate approved a $45.2 billion General Fund Budget for Fiscal Year 2022-23 that ensures we can meet the needs of Pennsylvanians today without creating multi-billion-dollar budget deficits in the future, according to Sen. Camera Bartolotta (R-46), who voted for the measure.   [Read More]

Jul

08

2022

July 08, 2022

Senate Passes 2022-23 State Budget that Cuts Taxes, Funds Essential Services The Senate approved a $45.2 billion General Fund Budget for Fiscal Year 2022-23 that meets the needs of Pennsylvanians today without creating multi-billion-dollar budget deficits in the future. Senate Bill 1100 was sent to the governor for enactment. The $45.2 billion budget, which also […]   [Read More]

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