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Apr

09

2021

April 09, 2021

In This Update: Voters Will Decide Three Ballot Questions on May 18 Hearings Continue to Examine Governor’s Budget Proposal Enhanced “Move Over” Law Goes Into Effect April 27 PennDOT Urges Caution When Renewing Licenses and Registration Online Reminder: Share Your 2020 Election Experiences Voters Will Decide Three Ballot Questions on May 18 When voters head […]   [Read More]

Apr

01

2021

April 01, 2021

In This Update: Pennsylvania Expands and Accelerates Vaccine Schedule New Guidance Will Help More Schools Return to In-Person Instruction Share Your Experience Voting by Mail or In Person in 2020 Summer Camps Set to Resume This Year Deadline to Submit Comments on State Transportation Plan is April 14 Pennsylvania Expands and Accelerates Vaccine Schedule The […]   [Read More]

Mar

25

2021

March 25, 2021

In This Update: After Wolf’s Blunder, Senate Votes to Support Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse Bipartisan Election Integrity Committee Meets to Gather State and Local Insights Budget Hearings Focus on Job Creation, Broadband, Corrections Costs Personal Income Tax Filing Deadlines Extended to May 17 Eight Counties Added to Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine PennDOT CDL and Learner’s […]   [Read More]

Mar

19

2021

March 19, 2021

In This Update: DiSanto and Stambaugh Introduce Constitutional Amendment to Eliminate School Property Taxes COVID-19 Restrictions Relaxed on Businesses, Gatherings Budget Hearings Continue with Discussion on Education Senate Approves Bill to Open Career Opportunities for Individuals in Recovery Senate Continues Bipartisan Review of Election Issues Next Week Unemployment Compensation Programs Extended World Down Syndrome Day […]   [Read More]

Mar

17

2021

March 17, 2021

Senator John DiSanto (Dauphin/Perry) and Representative Perry Stambaugh (Perry/Cumberland) introduced a proposal this week that would allow Pennsylvania residents to vote directly on the elimination of school property taxes through an amendment to the state constitution.   [Read More]

Mar

12

2021

March 12, 2021

In This Update: Budget Hearings Delve Into Wolf’s Spending and Tax Plans Special Committee Set to Begin Bipartisan Election Review Lawmakers Seek to Put the Brakes on New Bridge Tolling Plan Emergency Rental Assistance Applications Available Now Senate Returns to Session Next Week, Budget Hearings Continue Discounted Fishing Licenses Available for Non-Resident Students Budget Hearings […]   [Read More]