Ward Announces $5.8 Million for Frankstown Township Sewer Project
July 17, 2024

Ward Announces $5.8 Million for Frankstown Township Sewer Project

Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) today announced more than $5.8 million in state funding has been awarded for a sewer main project in Frankstown Township, Blair County.  [Read More]

Senate Approves Bill to Protect Pennsylvanians’ Access to Community Pharmacies
July 10, 2024

Senate Approves Bill to Protect Pennsylvanians’ Access to Community Pharmacies

The state Senate today approved a bill introduced by Representative Benham (D-36) and Representative Gaydos (R-44) to protect Pennsylvanians’ access to medications by providing relief to community pharmacies threatened by pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs).  Senators Judy Ward (R-30) and Christine Tartaglione (D-2) sponsored the Senate version of this legislation, Senate Bill 1000.  [Read More]

Ward Bill to Optimize Professional Ongoing Education Tracking System Approved by Senate
July 9, 2024

Ward Bill to Optimize Professional Ongoing Education Tracking System Approved by Senate

The process for tracking continuing education requirements for licensed Pennsylvania professionals would be streamlined and improved under a bill introduced by Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) that was approved today by the state Senate.  [Read More]

Senate Approves Ward, Collett Bill to Strengthen Child Sexual Abuse Laws
June 12, 2024

Senate Approves Ward, Collett Bill to Strengthen Child Sexual Abuse Laws

The state Senate today approved two bills introduced by Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) and Sen. Maria Collett (D-12) that would strengthen Pennsylvania laws related to child pornography and child sexual abuse.  [Read More]

Reforms Needed to Lower Prescription Costs for Pennsylvania Pharmacies, Families
April 26, 2024

Reforms Needed to Lower Prescription Costs for Pennsylvania Pharmacies, Families

By Sen. Judy Ward (R-30), Sen. Christine Tartaglione (D-2), Rep. Jessica Benham (D-36) and Rep. Valerie Gaydos (R-44) It’s hard to believe that right now, in the 21st century, countless Pennsylvanians are losing access to affordable prescription drugs. But that’s exactly what’s happening as more and more community pharmacies are being forced to close their […]  [Read More]

Ward Invites Residents to Participate in April 30 Telephone Town Hall Meeting
April 25, 2024

Ward Invites Residents to Participate in April 30 Telephone Town Hall Meeting

State Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) invites residents of the 30th Senate District to participate in a telephone town hall meeting she will host Tuesday, April 30, at 6 p.m.  [Read More]

Ward Announces $2.55 Million for Farm Wastewater Project in Warriors Mark
April 24, 2024

Ward Announces $2.55 Million for Farm Wastewater Project in Warriors Mark

State Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) today announced $2.55 million in state funding has been awarded for a wastewater project at a farm in Warriors Mark, Huntingdon County.  [Read More]

Ward Announces $4.3 million in Funding for Wastewater Treatment at DelGrosso Foods Plant in Northern Blair County
April 24, 2024

Ward Announces $4.3 million in Funding for Wastewater Treatment at DelGrosso Foods Plant in Northern Blair County

State Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) today announced $4.3 million in state funding has been awarded for a wastewater treatment project at the DelGrosso Foods plant in northern Blair County.  [Read More]

Ward, Schmitt Announce $7.5 million in Funding for Altoona Water Project
April 24, 2024

Ward, Schmitt Announce $7.5 million in Funding for Altoona Water Project

State Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) and Representative Lou Schmitt (R-79) today announced $7.5 million in state funding has been awarded for a waterline replacement project in Altoona.  [Read More]

Ward, Irvin Announce Investment to Improve Access to High-Speed Internet in Huntingdon County
April 18, 2024

Ward, Irvin Announce Investment to Improve Access to High-Speed Internet in Huntingdon County

The Pennsylvania Broadband Development Authority (PBDA) announced today that Huntingdon County is being awarded more than $4 million to increase access to reliable, high-speed internet, according to Senator Judy Ward and Representative Rich Irvin.  [Read More]

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