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Fitzpatrick, Finello to participate in 1st District forum

The League of Women Voters of Bucks County and the Bucks County Chambers of Commerce will co-host this virtual event on Oct. 12

State commissions push for bill to end LGBTQ discrimination

A letter was sent to the General Assembly urging an amendment to the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act to include protections for sexual orientation and gender identity

Bill that would ensure local control on school sports heads to governor’s desk

House Bill 2787 would grant the governing authority of a school entity with exclusive authority to determine whether to hold school sports and extracurricular activities in-person during the 2020-21 school year

Tomlinson releases statement regarding Hayes campaign

Rep. K.C. Tomlinson said his claim that she ignored funding for local education is ‘not only ridiculous but also a flat out lie’

Fitzpatrick helps introduce 21st Century Community Learning Centers Coronavirus Relief Act of 2020

The bill would help expand access to child care services through the remainder of the COVID-19 emergency

Thomas to introduce legislation requiring establishment of a registry of medical directors in nursing homes

House Bill 2792 would require maintenance of a registry of medical directors to be utilized by the Department of Health and the Department of Human Services

Fitzpatrick campaign releases first television advertisement of the general election

The 30-second ad highlights Fitzpatrick’s support from union workers, small business owners, first responders, environmental activists, anti-gun violence advocates and people of all political ideologies

Benninghoff: House to hold veto override on school sports legislation ‘as soon as we have the chance’

The governor pledged to veto House Bill 2787, which would put into law that decisions about starting school sports and allowing spectators are to be made at the local level

Wolf calls for legalization of cannabis to help with COVID recovery

The governor said it would benefit the economy and ‘make the criminal justice system fairer’

Wolf urges legislature to protect homeowners and renters from eviction

The governor is urging the General Assembly to fix defects in Act 24 of 2020, which provides $175 million in rent and mortgage relief using CARES Act funding
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Labor & Industry upgrades UC Live Chat

A virtual assistant now provides immediate assistance in general questions and guidance on unemployment compensation-related information

‘Earn While You Learn’ agriculture apprenticeship opportunity

Participants will earn a paycheck while they learn hands-on skills in science, technology, engineering and math

Pennsylvania Lottery scam alert

A caller with a Caribbean accent tells callers they’ve won the Mega Millions sweepstakes and encourages them to make a payment for taxes to facilitate the processing of their prize