HARRISBURG – Rep. Natalie Mihalek (R-Allegheny/Washington) issued the below statement following the passage of legislation to finalize the 2022-23 budget.
HARRISBURG – PA House Majority Caucus Chairman (R-Westmoreland) issued the below statement following the passage of legislation to finalize the 2022-23 budget.
HARRISBURG – Friday’s injunction issued by the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania which halts Gov. Tom Wolf’s desire to enroll Pennsylvania in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) is welcome news to state Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana).
HARRISBURG – Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams) said he voted for the state budget, now on its way to the governor, because it fully funds the core functions of state government while also paying down debt and putting money away for the future – important considerations in a down economy.
HARRISBURG – Investing in health care, human services and other priorities for local communities while being mindful of future financial challenges, Rep. Donna Oberlander (R-Clarion/Armstrong/Forest) Thursday voted in favor of a 2022-23 state budget.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Curt Sonney (R-Erie), chairman of the House Education Committee, today issued the following statement after House passage of the 2022-23 state budget.
HARRISBURG -- Pennsylvania state Rep. Jeff Wheeland (R-Lycoming) commented Friday on the 2022-23 state budget, remarking that it does the important job of saving for future economic uncertainty while returning taxpayer money to the Commonwealth and investing in our students, families and communities.
HARRISBURG – In his last state budget as a state lawmaker, Rep. Frank Ryan (R-Lebanon) voted ‘no’ on the spending plan passed by the General Assembly and now heading to the governor’s desk.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Lori Mizgorski (R-Allegheny) announced that the state’s 2022-23 budget has passed. This year’s budget invests $42.8 billion into Pennsylvania, while ensuring no new taxes or tax increases.
HARRISBURG – As part of the 2022-23 state budget, lawmakers recently approved funding for the University of Pittsburgh and other state-related universities, including Penn State, Temple and Lincoln universities.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Bob Brooks (R-Allegheny/Westmoreland) joined a majority of his colleagues in the state House on Thursday by voting in support of a $42.3 billion budget that increases investments in key areas.
HARRISBURG—Rep. Craig Williams (R-Chester/Delaware) joined a majority of House colleagues in passing a budget for 2022-23 that increases funding for education and public safety.
HARRISBURG – Dramatic across-the-board increases in spending presented in the 2022-23 state budget would be detrimental to Pennsylvania’s future fiscal health, according to Rep. Andrew Lewis (R-Dauphin), who voted against the measure.
HARRISBURG – The $42.8 billion budget passed by the House this week pays off debt, saves money for the future, and makes critical investments in programs that help older adults, children and low-income families, according to Rep. Sue Helm (R-Dauphin/Lebanon).
HARRISBURG – The $42.8 billion budget passed this week by the House helps vulnerable Pennsylvanians by expanding the Property Tax/Rent Rebate program for older and disabled adults, investing in energy assistance for low-income families, making historic investments in Pre-K Counts and Head Start, and creating a child care tax credit at the state level, according to Rep. Tom Mehaffie (R-Dauphin).
HARRISBURG – The $42.8 billion budget passed by the House this week makes historic investments in education, public safety, infrastructure and taxpayer relief for vulnerable Pennsylvanians, according to Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair).
HARRISBURG – The 2022-23 state budget approved by the House this week makes important investments in agriculture and water quality, while simultaneously tackling needed reforms in election policies and lowering the Corporate Net Income Tax rate, according to Rep. John Hershey (R-Mifflin/Juniata/Franklin).
In recent weeks, the General Assembly has been laboring on the 2022-23 state budget. I will release details once the spending blueprint becomes final.
It cannot be doubted that the issues facing our national economy are having a negative impact on every single Pennsylvania household.