Legislative Roundup

The Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee announced its Spotlight Candidates, including Anna Payne, who is challenging Rep. Joe Hogan, and Anand Patel against Rep. K.C. Tomlinson

Local with spina bifida advocates for Disability Pride Month in Pennsylvania 

James Henderson, of Langhorne, traveled to Harrisburg to voice his support for HR 379

Fitzpatrick honored by Sandy Hook Promise

U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick and Delaware Sen. Chris Coons were honored by Sandy Hook Promise as its Legislators of the Year for working for school and community safety

Meehan to challenge Fitzpatrick in primary

Andy Meehan is president of an investment advisory firm

DiGirolamo to introduce bill to help fund new voting machines, extend absentee ballot submissions

The bill would float up to $90 million in state bonds to reimburse counties for the cost of replacement voting machines

Taking a stand

Several weeks ago, Debbie Wachspress stepped down from her two-year role as director of relationship development at the Langhorne nonprofit The Peace Center, which...

Thomas backs legislation to improve career and technical education in Pennsylvania

House Bill 265 will help students find educational alternatives to build successful careers

Thomas opens new office in New Hope

An open house will be held before a fireworks show on Aug. 2

Thomas backs budget that preserves Keystone Grants without borrowing or raising taxes

The budget will deposit more than $250 million into what is the state’s main ‘savings account’

Farry resolution urges Congress to act on legislation to aid 9/11 victims

Rep. Farry wants to ensure their losses are not forgotten and that they’re justly compensated for their sacrifices

Salary increase for Congress put on hold

House leadership has delayed consideration of a bill that included a pay increase for members of Congress

Legislation to provide clean drinking water reported out of House Commerce Committee

House Bill 1410 would provide funding for infrastructure to remediate the toxic man-made chemicals known as PFAS
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Summer Meal Program in Bensalem

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