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Santarsiero, Collet announce legislation to give Attorney General ability to more directly investigate, pursue polluters

Currently, the Office of the Attorney General must wait for a referral from the local district attorney or DEP before it can take action to pursue a matter involving environmental crimes

League of Women Voters Bucks celebrates ‘People Powered Fair Maps National Day of Action’

Rep. Wendi Thomas was recognized for her leadership in redistricting reform in Pennsylvania

Fighting for fair compensation

Reps. Galloway and Warren support task force to eliminate misclassification of workers as independent contractors

Thomas to host Kids Fest at St. Martin of Tours

Enjoy free food, fun and games on Sept. 21

Fitzpatrick visits border

U.S. Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-1st dist.) and Josh Harder, a California Democrat, recently visited the Southern border

Officials break ground on new trail

The Bucks County Commissioners ceremonially broke ground recently on the Upper Bucks Rail Trail, which will connect the county to a vast network of biking and walking trails throughout the region

Davis to host ninth annual Senior Expo this Thursday

State and local agencies will be on hand in Bristol, offering information geared toward older adults

Retiring Bucks commissioner honored

Retiring Bucks County Commissioner Charles H. Martin was recently honored at the annual Middletown Grange Fair for his many years of support for farm preservation, agricultural and 4-H programs, and the Grange Fair itself

Act encourages parents to store child’s DNA

U.S. Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick and Donald Norcross introduced the National Child Identification Act, H.R. 4172, which aids law enforcement by encouraging parents and guardians to proactively collect and store their children’s sensitive identification information at home

Fitzpatrick on DCCC 2020 ‘Retirement Watch List’

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has placed U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick on its 2020 “Retirement Watch List"

Local attorneys awarded for public service

Deputy District Attorney Thomas C. Gannon and Assistant District Attorney Megan A. Hunsicker were recognized by their peers with awards for their outstanding work and public service during a recent ceremony

Davis applauds Wolf executive order to reduce gun violence

The order names Charles Ramsey, chair of the PA Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD), to lead a new Office of Gun Violence Prevention within the agency
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