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06/20/2018
HARRISBURG –Members of the York County House Republican Delegation have once again held the line on taxes with approval of House Bill 2121, the general appropriations portion of the state budget package of legislation.
06/13/2018
HARRISBURG – The House of Representatives on this week passed legislation to help strengthen the protections for the most vulnerable victims of crime. Public safety is a core function of government, and the bills passed by the House take additional steps to support crime victims.
06/05/2018
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.
05/02/2018
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.
05/02/2018
HARRISBURG – Legislation authored by state Rep. Kristin Phillips-Hill (York Township) that would address Pennsylvania’s excessive amount of overregulation is headed to the state Senate following an affirmative vote on Tuesday.
04/25/2018
Every Pennsylvanian pays the price for the “business unfriendly” climate that exists in our state. Undoing that mindset does not mean we have to bend over backward to be accommodating. It has everything to do with creating an atmosphere that decreases - not increases - costs for employers, unleashes our potential for economic growth and expands job opportunities for our citizens.
04/17/2018
HARRISBURG – The House of Representatives on Tuesday passed legislation to promote work or community engagement for able-bodied residents who receive Medical Assistance (MA) program benefits through the state.
04/13/2018
WHAT: State Reps. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York), Pam Snyder (D- Greene/Fayette/Washington), and Martin Causer (Cameron/McKean/Potter), will partner with representatives from the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau to emphasize the need to bring high-speed internet in the Commonwealth into the 21st century.
03/20/2018
HARRISBURG – Following her Monday morning news conference to discuss legislation dealing with Pennsylvania’s lack of statewide broadband internet access, state Rep. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York Township) issued this statement in reaction to Gov. Tom Wolf’s creation of a new office dedicated to ensuring every Pennsylvanian has access to high-speed internet:
03/16/2018
HARRISBURG – Members of the York County Republican delegation to the House of Representatives recently joined their colleagues in approving a measure to give voters the option to reduce the size of the Legislature.
03/14/2018
HARRISBURG - Legislation authored by state Rep. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York Township) that would reduce the overwhelming amount of regulations and red tape encountered by Pennsylvania businesses was passed Tuesday by the House State Government Committee, of which Phillips-Hill is a member.
02/26/2018
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 March.
02/15/2018
Did you ever wish someone you met could be introduced to the rest of the world? For me, Julie Walker is one of those people. Julie has taken a tragic event in her life and turned it into an initiative I was proud to be a small part of earlier this month.
02/01/2018
HARRISBURG – With the state budget process soon to begin, members of the Common Sense Caucus (CSC), a group of 18 rank-and-file Republican members from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, are calling on negotiators to control spending and hold the line on taxes.
01/31/2018
WHAT: Members of the Common Sense Caucus (CSC), a group of 18 rank-and-file Republican members from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, will host a news conference to discuss Gov. Tom Wolf’s upcoming budget address, which will be presented to the General Assembly on Tuesday, Feb. 6. The legislators will preview what they anticipate to be part of the governor’s proposed spending plan for the 2018-19 fiscal year.