Posts Tagged: senate
IN THE SENATE:
Thank you to everyone who contacted their State Senator regarding SB 1306, SB 1307 and SB 974. Because of the amount of phone calls received and the important concerns you shared with your senators, the committee … Read more
GOOD WORK to those who have reached out to their State Senator regarding the Bathroom Bills (SB 1306, SB 1307, and SB 974). Phones over at the State Senate are ringing off the hook! But, the work is not over … Read more
Pedro Cortes – the man in charge of the State Department that failed to stop Gosnell when presented with multiple opportunities – is now back in charge as Secretary of State after the Senate voted to confirm his appointment by … Read more
Pennsylvania state lawmakers are coming to a snowy day in Harrisburg for their swearing-in ceremony starting at 12 noon.
View below to watch the State House of Representatives ceremony:Watch live streaming video from pahousegop at livestream.com
To watch … Read more
Employers know best what qualities or characteristics are relevant to performing a particular job, not the federal government. So why does Congress want to inject … Read more
This year, the Pennsylvania Presidential Primary is a competitive one. Make sure you get out to vote in April!
You’ll get to vote for president of the United States, but will also vote on offices closer to home: your state … Read more
Thank you to all who called and emailed your State Senator about Senate Bill 1!
By a 27-22 vote, the state Senate passed a school voucher plan that is targeted to low-income children attending poor-performing schools. The bill now heads … Read more
Important Pro-Life Votes Coming up (As early as Monday, May 23rd) Your State Senator Needs to Hear From You
Please call your State Senator on Two Key Pro-life Votes:
1. Ask your State Senator to support the Mensch Amendment … Read more
Recently Michael Geer sent out an email regarding what’s happening with Pennsylvania politics. He referenced a comment made by a recent college graduate he helped find an internship for at the Capitol. After just a few weeks, the graduate admitted … Read more