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Two Galloway bills voted out of committee

They include the employee misclassification bill and E-verify bill

Thomas to introduce paid family leave plan

The legislation would establish a statewide Family and Medical Leave Insurance program that will help Pennsylvanians care for themselves and their families, including parents, when serious illness strikes

Wolf announces Suicide Prevention Task Force

The force will develop the state’s suicide prevention plan and let Pennsylvanians in crisis know help is available

Davis congratulates Bristol Township School District on receiving second school safety grant in weeks

$24,788 has been awarded by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for the purchase of security technology, training and more

Bill prohibiting abortion because of prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome approved by House

Reps. Gene DiGirolamo and John Galloway voted for the bill while Reps. Tina Davis, Wendi Thomas and Frank Farry voted against itThe TimesThe state House of Representatives last week approved, by a vote of 117–76,...

May 14 is deadline for absentee ballot applications

Absentee ballots may be cast by voters with illnesses or disabilities, or by those who will be away from their municipalities on Election DaysThe TimesState and Bucks County elections officials encourage all voters not to...

Fitzpatrick introduces Puppy Protection Act

The legislation is meant to provide better protection for puppies by improving standards for federally licensed commercial dog breedersThe TimesU.S. Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick, Charlie Crist, Guy Reschenthaler and Jim McGovern introduced the Puppy Protection Act...

Warren bill aimed at reducing flood insurance premiums passes House

A task force would be charged with combating rising premiums faced by owners of properties in flood zonesThe TimesState Rep. Perry Warren’s bill to create the Flood Insurance Premium Assistance Task Force in Pennsylvania unanimously...

Applications for absentee ballots due May 14

State and Bucks County elections officials encourage all voters not to wait until the last minuteThe TimesState and Bucks County elections officials encourage all voters not to wait until the last minute to submit applications...

Officials strongly urge Census participation

Census results help decide how more than $675 billion in federal funds are spent across the country, how congressional districts are allotted and how state legislative and school district lines are drawnThe TimesBy the numbers:...
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