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Bucks Commissioners to meet July 15

The meeting will take place at the Bucks County Administration Building in Doylestown

Court ruling strikes down vote to end ongoing emergency declaration

House Republican leadership is speaking out

Wolf signs bipartisan bill to remove barriers to work for people with criminal convictions

Senate Bill 637 is aimed at helping skilled workers with criminal records get a second chance and start good careers

Bipartisan Opioid Task Force hosts virtual discussion on COVID-19 and the opioid epidemic

Task force members, including Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, heard from substance use disorder experts about the challenges associated with COVID-19 that can lead to an increase in substance misuse

Fitzpatrick, Lamb advocate for needs of veterans and their families

The legislative response package is aimed at supporting veterans and transitioning service members during COVID-19

Fitzpatrick honored by United States Chamber of Commerce

He was honored for his support of pro-growth policies, bipartisan leadership and constructive governing during the first session of the 116th Congress with the annual Spirit of Enterprise Award

Wolf calls on president to invest in broadband internet access

Eleven governors sent a letter calling for significant investments to bridge the digital divide

House votes to strengthen police, community relationships

‘Protect and Serve Initiative’ passes with unanimous support

Thomas bill to fight Medicaid fraud passes House

Under House Bill 2351, the penalty for knowing or causing a fraudulent claim to be submitted would be a second-degree felony if the fraudulent claim is $100,000 or more

Thomas bill creates penalties for mail and package theft

House Bill 2595 provides that if a person takes the mail of another person with the intent to deprive them of it, the person would commit a criminal offense
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