House Republican Committe 2023 Q1 Report, January - March

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Career and Technical Education

The House Republican Policy Committee held a hearing in Bucks County to discuss career and technical schools’ critical role in providing a pathway to family-sustaining jobs for our students. Click below to watch how we can achieve this.

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Manufacturing Our Way Into the Future

The House Republican Policy Committee held a hearing in Allegheny County on how the Commonwealth can promote cutting-edge technology and prepare our students for the jobs of tomorrow. Click below to learn how we can achieve this.

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Permitting Reform

ICYMI: One reason Pennsylvania’s economy is falling behind is due to its antiquated permitting system, creating obstacles to opportunities. Click below to see how we can change the status quo so all can prosper.

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PA Transportation and Infrastructure

The House Republican Policy Committee convened on March 9 to hear about the current obstacles and potential solutions surrounding our Commonwealth’s transportation and infrastructure.

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Examining the Top Priorities

The House Republican Caucus Committee is charged with helping to examine an array of issues identified as top priorities by lawmakers. The information gathered by the committee through hearings, informational meetings and on-site visits helps to drive the caucus’ policy agenda for the session.

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Latest News

Energy Tax Will Cripple Pennsylvania Families, Says Kail

Jun. 06, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – House Republican Policy Committee Chairman Joshua D. Kail (R-Beaver/Washington) held a press conference today to highlight the negative impacts associated with the $663 million energy tax in Gov. Josh Shapiro’s and House Democrats’ budget proposal for the 2023-24 Fiscal Year.

Mackenzie Hosts Policy Committee Hearing on Challenges Faced by Emergency First Responders

May. 31, 2023 /

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP – The challenges faced by emergency first responder organizations in Pennsylvania and possible legislative solutions were the focus of a House Republican Policy Committee hearing today in Washington Township, Lehigh County, hosted by Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Lehigh) and led by Committee Chairman Joshua D. Kail (R-Beaver). The hearing took place at Emerald Star Hose Fire Company No. 1.

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Rep. Josh Kail is the chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee. Kail serves portions of Beaver and Washington Counties.

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