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Aug

03

2020

August 03, 2020

Senator Wayne Langerholc, Jr., (R-35) will take part in a ceremony at 11 a.m. on Thursday, August 6 in Johnstown to name a bridge for local war hero Seaman Apprentice Kenneth D. Scaife, who died in Vietnam.    [Read More]

Jul

24

2020

July 24, 2020

In This Update: The Wall That Heals Bedford County Women’s Help Center, Inc. Governor Vows to Veto Bill to Improve Government Transparency Hearing Explores 2020 Election Issues Guidance Available to Safely Reopen Pennsylvania Schools New Laws Support Job Creation, Child Safety, and More Grants Available to Businesses for Hazard Pay The Wall That Heals Bedford […]   [Read More]

Jul

21

2020

July 21, 2020

At the request of Senator Tom Killion (R-Chester/Delaware), the Senate Majority Policy Committee and Senator Wayne Langerholc Jr. (R-Bedford/Cambria/Clearfield), the Chairman of the Senate Education Committee, will host a workshop discussion with local education officials and parents about how to safely re-open Pennsylvania schools as a result of COVID-19.   [Read More]

Jul

17

2020

July 17, 2020

In This Update: Bill Would Provide Greater Flexibility in Obtaining Teacher Certifications Constitutional Amendment to Limit Emergency Declarations Earns Senate Approval General Assembly Passes Constitutional Amendment Reforming Judicial Election Process Senate Approves Job-Creating Energy Tax Credit Program Applications Available Now for Beginning Farmer Tax Credits Legislation to Restore Transparency in State Government Heads to the […]   [Read More]

Jul

15

2020

July 15, 2020

The Senate approved a proposed constitutional amendment that would limit the length of future emergency disaster declarations unless an extension is approved by the General Assembly, moving the measure one step closer to a voter referendum.     [Read More]

Jul

15

2020

July 15, 2020

The State Senate today approved legislation sponsored by Senator Wayne Langerholc, Jr. (R-35) that would assist recent teaching graduates who are attempting to navigate the state certification process, which was disrupted during the COVID-19 pandemic.     [Read More]