News Releases

Mar

27

2020

March 27, 2020

Senators Scott Martin (R-13) and Ryan Aument (R-36) are calling on Governor Wolf to add automotive sales –provided they are conducted remotely or electronically, with vehicle return and delivery in-person by appointment only – to the list of life-sustaining businesses permitted to operate during the coronavirus pandemic due to the essential nature of their services.   [Read More]

Mar

27

2020

March 27, 2020

In this Issue: Lancaster and Eight Other Counties Added to Governor’s Stay-at-Home Order Department of Labor and Industry Offers Info on New Paid Family and Medical Leave Requirements Reminder: Resources Available for Employees Impacted by COVID-19 Mitigation Food Services Available for Families Affected by Public Health Emergency PA’s REAL ID Enforcement Date Delayed Until October […]   [Read More]

Mar

26

2020

March 26, 2020

In this Update: Senate Approves COVID-19 Response Measures Applications Now Being Accepted for New Small Business Low-Interest Loan Program Three Counties Added to Governor’s Stay-at-Home Order  Retired Healthcare Providers Can Assist in COVID-19 Response Facilities Closed at State Parks and Forests Consumers Can Report Price Gouging Tips Online Additional Rest Stops Reopened By PennDOT Local […]   [Read More]

Mar

25

2020

March 25, 2020

The Senate convened remotely today to pass several bills to keep Pennsylvania moving forward during the COVID-19 coronavirus public health emergency, according to Senator Ryan Aument (R-Landisville).   [Read More]

Mar

24

2020

March 24, 2020

In this Update: School Closures Extended Through at Least April 6; Students Could Return April 9 PIDA Approves Low-Interest Loan Program to Help Small Businesses Governor Issues Stay-at-Home Order in Seven PA Counties Free Webinar Offered for SBA Disaster Loans School Closures Extended Through at Least April 6; Students Could Return April 9 The Department […]   [Read More]

Mar

23

2020

March 23, 2020

Nineteen years ago this September, I was a young Army Officer serving at Fort Carson coming to terms with the impact the terrorist attacks on our homeland were likely to have on my life and that of my soldiers.   [Read More]