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YORK TOWNSHIP – York County’s malfunctioning 911 emergency paging system is still experiencing technical difficulties due to software limitations from the system’s manufacturer. To share accurate information and find solutions, state Rep. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York Township) will host a meeting of key stakeholders this coming Wednesday, Aug. 9, at 6:30 p.m., in the York County Department of Services’ conference center, 120 Davies Dr., York.
NEW CUMBERLAND – House members of the Pennsylvania Taxpayers’ Caucus received input during a hearing at the Fairview Township Fire Company on Tuesday about how the proposed Senate tax increases would drive businesses from the state and people from their homes if the legislation is signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf.
HARRISBURG – The state House on Tuesday passed House Bill 59, a key piece of the state budget package, on a predominately party-line vote. The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Dan Moul (R-Gettysburg), amends the Human Services Code to mandate work requirements for individuals on public assistance who are able to work and choose not to. It also reforms Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance program to ensure the administration operates these critical programs within the appropriated budget to reduce executive overspending, while ensuring care for the Commonwealth’s most vulnerable citizens.
HARRISBURG – Legislation authored by state Reps. Seth Grove (R-Dover) and Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York Township) that saves taxpayer dollars by addressing cost drivers in our health care system has advanced to the state Senate following predominately party-line votes in the House.
(HARRISBURG) – Senator Ryan Aument (R-Lancaster) and Reps. Seth Grove (R-Dover), Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York Township) and Jason Ortitay (R-Washington/Allegheny) announced today they intend to introduce legislation to increase cybersecurity and to comprehensively overhaul Pennsylvania state government’s information technology (IT) systems.
SHREWSBURY - Local residents, representatives from nearby municipalities and golf course superintendents from across the state filled the Shrewsbury Borough Office Building this morning as the House State Government Committee hosted a hearing on allegations of overregulation and overreach by the Susquehanna River Basin Commission (SRBC).
WHAT: State Rep. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York Township) and fellow members of the House State Government Committee will hold a public hearing to examine claims of questionable activity by the Susquehanna River Basin Commission (SRBC). Testifiers will discuss SRBC actions that have led to higher-than-expected customer water bills and wasting of taxpayer dollars through excessive fees and repetition of services.
HARRISBURG – The state House on Thursday approved legislation to reform Pennsylvania’s pension systems – the State Employees’ Retirement System (SERS) and Public School Employees’ Retirement System (PSERS). The bill now goes to Gov. Tom Wolf, who has indicated he will sign it.
When I was a child, I was introduced to the world of “street rods” by my dad, who owned a ’46 Ford. So I jumped at the opportunity to serve as a judge at last weekend’s Street Rod Nationals East at the York Expo Center. My job was to select the York winner, and I chose the beautiful marina blue, ’67 Chevy Camaro SS with the rally sport package owned by Janet Fisher from York Township.
YORK TOWNSHIP – State Rep. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-Jacobus) invites residents of the 93rd Legislative District to take advantage of satellite office hours she has scheduled for the month of June.
HARRISBURG – Legislation that would remove questionable participants from Pennsylvania’s taxpayer-funded state pension systems is on the move in the General Assembly, according to state Reps. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) and Will Tallman (R-Adams/Cumberland).
YORK TOWNSHIP – State Rep. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-Jacobus) invites residents of the 93rd Legislative District to take advantage of satellite office hours she has scheduled for the month of May.
HARRISBURG – On Tuesday, the state House advanced the following four pieces of legislation that would continue efforts to reform Pennsylvania’s outdated system of selling wine and spirits:
When the General Assembly is not in session, members of the House and Senate spend a significant amount of time examining both existing legislation that may soon be coming up for a vote and issues in need of a legislative “fix.” Last week, I joined a number of my House and Senate colleagues in Harrisburg to examine an ongoing problem that is begging to be addressed legislatively.