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Sep

25

2020

September 25, 2020

In This Update: Senate Votes to Ease Wolf’s Arbitrary Restrictions on Restaurant Industry Judge Denies Wolf Administration’s Request to Delay Ruling on Gathering Restrictions Effort to Override Governor’s Veto of School Sports Bill Fails in the House Bill to Protect Nursing Home Residents Earns Senate Approval Measure Would Improve Transparency on COVID-19 Death Reporting Bill […]   [Read More]

Sep

22

2020

September 22, 2020

The State Senate today approved legislation that would ease Governor Wolf’s arbitrary and burdensome restrictions on owners of bars and restaurants, according to Senator Pat Stefano (R-32), who chairs the Senate Law and Justice Committee.    [Read More]

Sep

18

2020

September 18, 2020

In This Update: Federal Court Rules Wolf Business Shutdowns, Other Restrictions Unconstitutional  Workshop Discussion Focuses on Impact of COVID-19 on Nonprofits, Veterans Groups PennDOT Resumes REAL ID Processing Funding Available for Transportation Improvement Projects Senate Committee Explores Challenges Facing Rural Pharmacies Committee Hears Testimony on Western PA Economic Recovery Grants Available to Train Direct Care […]   [Read More]

Sep

16

2020

September 16, 2020

Senators Scott Martin (R-13) and Pat Stefano (R-32) announced plans to distribute up to $500 million to Pennsylvania restaurants, bars, and businesses in the tourism and hospitality industries that are suffering due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   [Read More]

Sep

14

2020

September 14, 2020

Senator Pat Stefano (R-32) today hailed a federal judge’s ruling that Governor Tom Wolf’s COVID-19 pandemic restrictions were unconstitutional, saying it represents a victory for all Pennsylvanians who have been hurt by the governor’s arbitrary orders.   [Read More]

Sep

10

2020

September 10, 2020

In This Update Senate Action Prompts Wolf Administration to Relent on Restaurant Restrictions Bill Requiring Legislative Approval of RGGI Goes to the Governor Senate Votes to Give Schools Final Say on School Sports, Spectators Applications Available Now for Additional Unemployment Payments Bill Moves Forward to Protect Young Victims of Sexual Assault Broadband Deployment Could Get […]   [Read More]