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In this Update:

  • Senate Passes Measure Supporting a More Secure Southern Border
  • Property Tax Rent Rebate Prep
  • The Fountain at DuBois Ribbon Cutting
  • Protecting Against Hypothermia and Frostbite

Senate Passes Measure Supporting a More Secure Southern Border

As the unprecedented rise in illegal immigration strains the resources of states throughout the nation, the Senate approved a measure calling for action to address the border crisis and support the rights of states to protect their citizens.

Senate Resolution 234 voices support for Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s actions to secure the border amid federal inaction by the Biden Administration. It also encourages Gov. Josh Shapiro to join dozens of other governors from across the country who have announced their support of Abbott. The Biden Administration continues to fight Abbott’s lawful exercise of his Constitutional authority to defend his state and its citizens. 

According to the U.S. Center for Immigration Services, the country’s illegal immigrant population grew to 12.8 million by October 2023. It rose 2.6 million since January 2021, when President Joe Biden took office and used executive orders to move financial resources away from the border, suspend deportations and end the successful “Remain in Mexico” policy.

Property Tax Rent Rebate Prep

Over the next several weeks, my office will be hosting Property Tax Rent Rebate Prep Events across the district. Currently, the below events are scheduled for Cambria and Centre Counties, with more to come including events in Clearfield. If you can not make these events, please reach out to my office for assistance.



The Fountain at DuBois Ribbon Cutting

My staff attended the official ribbon cutting and open house for The Fountain at DuBois an assisted living and memory care facility located at 182 Developac Road in DuBois.

Protecting Against Hypothermia and Frostbite

While this winter has been relatively mild so far, colder weather could set in at any time. Brushing up on the signs and symptoms of hypothermia and frostbite can help you keep yourself and others safe. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers detailed information about warning signs and prevention.

Signs of hypothermia include shivering, fumbling hands, memory loss, slurred speech and confusion. In severe cases, hypothermia can lead to death. If someone is experiencing hypothermia, give them warm water and replace any wet clothing with dry layers. Seek medical attention if their body temperature is below 95 degrees.

Frostbite is an injury that can permanently damage the body and typically impacts the nose, ears, cheeks, chin, fingers and toes. Symptoms include painful, unusually firm or waxy skin. If impacted, warm the affected area but do not apply pressure. Stay a safe distance from heat sources and know when to get medical care.


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