News Releases

Jun

01

2020

June 01, 2020

In This Update: New Funding Supports Families, Small Businesses, Nursing Homes, First Responders and More Reminder: Polling Places May Have Changed for Tuesday’s Election More Counties Moving to Green Phase of Reopening Wolf Vetoes Bill to Protect Small Businesses, Election Integrity New Guidance Available for Liquor Licensees New Funding Supports Families, Small Businesses, Nursing Homes, […]   [Read More]

May

29

2020

May 29, 2020

In This Update: Senate Passes Interim State Budget and COVID-19 Relief Bills Has Your Polling Place Moved for Tuesday’s Election? New Guidance Available on Outdoor Dining, Pro Sports PUA System Will Now Send Paper Checks to Claimants Recently Expired Licenses Still Acceptable for Notary Identification Senate Passes Interim State Budget and COVID-19 Relief Bills As […]   [Read More]

May

28

2020

May 28, 2020

Senator Judy Ward (R-30) supported passage of a $25.8 billion interim state budget proposal that funds most state departments and agencies for five months to buy additional time to deal with the damages caused by the COVID-19 pandemic – and Governor Wolf’s response to the crisis. Listen   [Read More]

May

26

2020

May 26, 2020

In This Update: First Counties Moving to Green Phase of COVID-19 Reopening Senate Will Convene to Work on 2020-21 State Budget, COVID-19 Funding New Helpline Established for PUA Claimants License to Carry Firearm Permits Extended to July 31 New Guidelines Released for FBI Background Checks First Counties Moving to Green Phase of COVID-19 Reopening The […]   [Read More]

May

21

2020

May 21, 2020

In This Edition: Honoring America’s Heroes on Memorial Day Governor Wolf Vetoes Bills Designed to Help 200,000 Pennsylvanians Get Back to Work Safely Legislature, Public Pressure Push Wolf to Allow Real Estate Sales Bill Classifying Strangulation As A Crime of Violence Goes to the Governor New Law Allows Property Tax/Rent Rebates to Arrive Early ATV […]   [Read More]

May

19

2020

May 19, 2020

Cases of strangulation would be considered as a crime of violence in sentencing for subsequent crimes and in child custody proceedings under a bill sent to the governor on Monday, according to the bill’s sponsor, Senator Judy Ward (R-30).   [Read More]