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Davis legislation would create grace periods for insurance premium payments during a disaster emergency

Currently, Pennsylvania has only recommended insurers grant a grace period to policyholders during the pandemic

Davis reopens district office June 8

The Levittown office will be open Monday-Friday by appointment only

State reports smooth election, Bucks Congressional race close

6,000 votes stand between incumbent Republican Brian Fitzpatrick and opponent Andy Meehan

Reminders about voting in Tuesday’s primary

Voters going to the polls are urged to practice several precautions

House Republicans vote to reopen Pennsylvania

House Resolution 836 would end the executive order to shut down businesses, which Wolf issued on March 17

Farry COVID-19 bills advance

House Bill 2541 would allow county commissioners to reopen businesses, and House Bill 777 would allow social clubs to keep small games of chance funds for a year after the state of emergency is lifted

Southeast Republican House members work to secure $10 million for COVID-19 vaccine research and...

The money has been approved by the House to go to entities across the state working on a vaccine, such as Wistar Institute in Philadelphia

House provides resources to combat COVID-19 pandemic

$2.6 billion would distributed to counties, small businesses, the elderly population and those with intellectual disabilities

PA offers accessible write-in ballots for voters with disabilities for June 2 primary

Individuals must submit an email request by 8 p.m. on May 29

House advances “responsible” budget

The temporary budget was developed in response to the unique circumstances facing the Commonwealth
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