Kuzma Hosts Policy Committee to Learn How to Help Propel Forward Manufacturing Opportunities

Jan. 27, 2023 / Press Release

SOUTH PARK TOWNSHIP – Fulfilling his promise to strongly represent the 39th Legislative District and put it on the map, Rep. Andrew Kuzma (R-Allegheny/Washington) today hosted 21 members of the House Majority Policy Committee from as far away as Cumberland County to hear from manufacturers about how the Commonwealth can help attract and expand opportunities for businesses.

Pennsylvanians Must Have Say in Shaping the Future of the Commonwealth, Says Kail

Jan. 26, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – In order to address the issues Pennsylvanians care about most, House Republican Policy Committee Chairman Joshua D. Kail (R-Beaver/Washington) hosted a hearing Monday titled “Constitutional Amendments – Why We Care” on a joint resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Owlett Named Deputy Policy Committee Chair for Ag Issues

Jan. 25, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Clint Owlett (R-Tioga/Bradford) has been appointed to serve as a deputy chairman for the House Republican Policy Committee during the 2023-24 Legislative Session. His focus will be on agricultural issues.

Bonner, Wentling Co-Host Hearing on Pennsylvania’s EMS Crisis

Oct. 12, 2022 /

GROVE CITY – The emergency medical services (EMS) crisis is sweeping the Commonwealth. Reps. Tim Bonner (R-Mercer/Butler) and Parke Wentling (R-Crawford/Erie/Lawrence/Mercer) brought emergency responders and health care professionals together to testify before the House Majority Policy Committee on the issues they face.

Bonner, Wentling to Host House Majority Policy Committee Hearing Regarding Pennsylvania’s EMS Crisis

Oct. 07, 2022 /

WHAT: Reps. Tim Bonner (R-Mercer/Butler) and Parke Wentling (R-Mercer/Crawford/Erie/Lawrence) will host the House Majority Policy Committee for a hearing on the EMS crisis Pennsylvania is facing. The committee will receive testimony concerning funding problems, staffing shortages, delayed response times, quality of care issues and the future path of the ambulance service in Pennsylvania.

Fritz Co-Hosts Hearing Regarding Modernization of Liquor Laws

Sep. 08, 2022 /

HAWLEY – With the goal of modernizing liquor laws and bringing more business to Pennsylvania, Rep. Jonathan Fritz (R-Susquehanna/Wayne) brought professionals and local brewery owners together to testify before the House Majority Policy Committee Wednesday.

Serious Challenges Facing Emergency Response in PA, Causer Says

Sep. 01, 2022 /

SMITHTON, WESTMORELAND COUNTY – A shortage of funding and new recruits is putting the state’s entire emergency response system – as well as the citizens who rely upon it – in jeopardy. That was the overriding message from testimony presented Wednesday to the House Majority Policy Committee, which is chaired by Rep. Martin Causer (R-Cameron/McKean/Potter).

Causer: PA Must Be Leader in Critical Mineral, Rare Earth Industry, Policy Committee Told

Aug. 10, 2022 /

STATE COLLEGE – Developing the critical mineral and rare earth element industry in the Commonwealth would boost national security, minimize supply chain disruptions, create jobs and clean up the environment, members of the House Majority Policy Committee, chaired by Rep. Martin Causer (R-Cameron/McKean/Potter), were told Tuesday during a hearing at Penn State University.

Causer Chairs Hearings on Historic Inflation

Jun. 09, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – Misguided and out-of-touch government policies have driven inflation to historic highs across the Commonwealth and the country. Members of the House Majority Policy Committee, chaired by Rep. Martin Causer (R-Cameron/McKean/Potter), heard testimony during two public hearings this week about how those policies are devastating hard-working Pennsylvanians and their families, as well as employers.

Lawmakers Highlight Continued Efforts to Cut Red Tape

Jun. 07, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – Continuing to lead the way on regulatory reform and getting government out of the way, House Republicans on Tuesday highlighted their latest effort to cut red tape in the form of a package of bills that would empower local governments to better maintain their creeks and streams to protect lives and livelihoods from flooding.