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Jan

27

2023

January 27, 2023

In this update: Voter ID: Time for PA to Catch Up with Other States, Nations Reducing the Tax Burden on Pennsylvanians Restoring Checks and Balances in Pennsylvania Government Phase-out of Job-Killing PA Tax Begins Job Well Done to Local Eagle Scout Rebates for Property Taxes and Rent Available to Seniors, Pennsylvanians with Disabilities Congrats to […]   [Read More]

Jan

20

2023

January 20, 2023

In this Update: Senate Approves Bipartisan Bill to Strengthen Teacher First Amendment Rights Your Feedback Will Shape My 2023 Legislative Priorities Senate Votes to Limit Excessive Power of Governor Senate Acts to Help Farmers Meet Rising Demand for Home Delivery Measure to Boost Volunteer Fire Company Membership Approved Welcoming Three Residents to the 100th Birthday […]   [Read More]

Jan

13

2023

January 13, 2023

In this Update: Senate Approves Voter ID Amendment to PA Constitution Lancaster County Mourns the Sudden Loss of Judge Shawn Long Congrats to Local Farm Show Scholarship Recipient Virtual Job Fair Set for Wednesday, Jan. 18 Free Tax Help Available for Qualified Individuals Assistance Available for Local Historic Preservation Anti-Litter Contest Open to K-6 Students […]   [Read More]

Jan

11

2023

January 11, 2023

The Pennsylvania Senate today passed a proposed omnibus constitutional amendment that would, among other things, amend our state’s constitution to require voter identification in Pennsylvania, according to Sen. Ryan Aument (R-36). 35 other states require some form of voter ID.   [Read More]

Jan

09

2023

January 09, 2023

HARRISBURG – Legislation sponsored by Sen. Ryan Aument (R-36) to restore the balance of power in state government was amended into Senate Bill 1, an omnibus constitutional amendment package, and passed by the Senate State Government Committee today. “My proposal would amend our constitution to ensure that Pennsylvanians have a say in how their government […]   [Read More]

Jan

08

2023

January 08, 2023

Upon hearing the tragic news of the sudden passing of Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge Shawn Long, Sen. Ryan Aument (R-36) released the following statement:   [Read More]

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