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Sep

17

2020

September 17, 2020

In This Update: Lancaster County Senators Issue Statement on Local Unrest Federal Court Rules Wolf Business Shutdowns, Other Restrictions Unconstitutional  Workshop Discussion Focuses on Impact of COVID-19 on Nonprofits, Veterans Groups PennDOT Resumes REAL ID Processing Funding Available for Transportation Improvement Projects Senate Committee Explores Challenges Facing Rural Pharmacies Committee Hears Testimony on Western PA […]   [Read More]

Sep

14

2020

September 14, 2020

Senators Ryan Aument (R-36) and Scott Martin (R-13) issued the following statement today regarding protests and violence in response to an officer-involved shooting in Lancaster County over the weekend:   [Read More]

Sep

10

2020

September 10, 2020

In This Update Bill Requiring Legislative Approval of RGGI Goes to the Governor Senate Votes to Give Schools Final Say on School Sports, Spectators Wolf Administration Rolls Back Restaurant Occupancy Restrictions Applications Available Now for Additional Unemployment Payments Bill Moves Forward to Protect Young Victims of Sexual Assault Aument Questions Department of Health on Privacy […]   [Read More]

Sep

03

2020

September 03, 2020

In This Update: PA House of Representatives Attempts to Override Wolf’s Veto of HR836 Senate Leaders Propose Reforms to Make Elections More Efficient, Secure and Accessible New Guidance Will Allow Spectators at Fall High School Sporting Events Senate Returns to Session Next Week Dairy Relief Grants Still Available CDL and Commercial Learner’s Permits Extended Through […]   [Read More]

Aug

27

2020

August 27, 2020

In This Update: Op-Ed: Don’t Be Fooled by Misinformation on Social Media Senator Aument’s Legislative Agenda: Restore, Rebuild, & Reimagine a Stronger PA Senator Aument to Appear on Premier of Joe Watkins: State of Independence Hearing Explores Economic Impact of PA’s Participation in Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative Committee Examines Issues Facing Fire, EMS Companies Additional […]   [Read More]

Aug

25

2020

August 25, 2020

We live in a time where information is shared more easily than at any other point in history.   [Read More]