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May

14

2021

May 14, 2021

In this Update:  Tuesday: Emergency Declaration Questions on the Primary Election Ballot Senate Approves Plan to Offer Additional Year of Education Due to COVID-19 Senate Acts to Preserve Prescription Drug Assistance for Seniors Measure to Boost Donations for Breast Cancer Research Passed by Senate No Answers from Administration on Data Breach Affecting 72,000 Columbia High […]   [Read More]

May

07

2021

May 07, 2021

In this Update: Make Sure YOUR Voice Is Heard – Get Out to Vote on May 18 and Be Informed About Ballot Questions May 11 Deadline for Primary Election Mail-in Ballot Applications Aument Statement on Wolf Administration Announcement to Lift COVID-19 Restrictions on May 31 New Holland Early Learning Center Wins $10,000 for School Garden […]   [Read More]

Apr

29

2021

April 29, 2021

Aument Encourages Voters to Be Prepared for Ballot Questions in May Primary Task Force Model for Success – Working Collaboratively for the People of Pennsylvania Senate Acts to Put the Brakes on PennDOT’s Bridge Tolling Plan Senate Approves Legislation Permitting Essential Family Caregiver Nursing Home Visits During Emergencies Pro-Small Business Bill Advanced Out of Committee […]   [Read More]

Apr

29

2021

April 29, 2021

 

It is no secret that Governor Wolf’s Administration and the General Assembly have frequently been at odds throughout the last year, often disagreeing on critical policy decisions to address the pandemic.   [Read More]

Apr

23

2021

April 23, 2021

In This Update: Senators Continue to Highlight What a YES Vote Means on May 18 Aument Schedules Facebook Live Town Hall to Gather Feedback from Constituents Senators Call on Governor to Halt Unilateral Action on Carbon Tax Aument Thanks Vaccine Providers & Staff for Exceptional Work Vaccinating Pennsylvanians Hearings Examining Governor’s Budget Proposal Conclude Senate […]   [Read More]

Apr

20

2021

April 20, 2021

Pennsylvania schools could have additional opportunities to find qualified substitute teachers under a bill approved by the Senate today, according to the bill’s sponsors, Senator Scott Martin (R-13) and Senator Ryan P. Aument (R-36).   [Read More]

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