HARRISBURG – Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) today voted for a $28.3 billion state budget bill approved by the Pennsylvania House of Representatives by a vote of 108-92.
HARRISBURG –The state House on Monday passed legislation to close the Delaware Loophole and enact comprehensive tax reforms for Pennsylvania job creators. House Bill 440, sponsored by Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana), was approved with bipartisan support by a vote of 129-65. This legislation would close the loophole by targeting the specific transactions that some businesses use to take advantage of the state’s current tax structure for the sole purpose of avoiding taxation in the Commonwealth.
HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania moved one step closer to enacting comprehensive tax reform for job creators as the House Finance Committee today approved legislation that would close the Delaware Loophole and improve the state’s overall business tax structure. House Bill 440, sponsored by Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana), was approved by the committee with bipartisan support and will now move forward for the chamber’s full consideration.
INDIANA – State Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) today announced that U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey’s (R-PA) office will hold a federal outreach day at Reed’s Blairsville office on Thursday, April 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
HARRISBURG – The state House today approved legislation that would move state government out of the business of selling wine and spirits. Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) was among the 105 lawmakers who supported House Bill 790, which would promote consumer convenience and responsible oversight.
INDIANA – Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) will be hosting town hall meetings in Strongstown and Blairsville in the next several weeks.
INDIANA– State Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) today announced that U.S. Sen. Bob Casey’s (D-PA) office will hold a federal outreach day at Reed’s Homer City office on Thursday, March 14, from 1-4 p.m.
HARRISBURG – In response to Gov. Tom Corbett’s state budget proposal for the 2013-14 fiscal year, state Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) today issued the following statement:
INDIANA – In an effort to level the playing field among Pennsylvania employers and create a more competitive environment for job creation, state Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) today reintroduced legislation designed to close the Delaware Loophole and improve the state’s business tax structure.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) today was sworn into the Pennsylvania State House of Representatives to begin his sixth term as state representative for the 62nd Legislative District.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) was selected by his colleagues to remain a member of the House Republican Caucus leadership team during the 2013-14 legislative session and serve as the Republican Policy Committee chairman.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) today joined the governor and other members of the General Assembly to announce the revenues generated by the new impact fee on the Marcellus Shale industry. Establishing the impact fee and strengthening environmental protections, Act 13 has generated more than $204.2 million for communities across the Commonwealth to date.
INDIANA – Residents who would like to join Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) at his town hall meeting in Armagh on Oct. 9 or the one in Clymer on Oct. 10 are asked to register by Wednesday, Oct. 3, by calling his district office or visiting his website.
LATROBE – The House Majority Policy Committee, chaired by Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana), today held a hearing in Latrobe where a bipartisan group of state legislators heard from representatives of Pennsylvania’s coal industry about the positive impacts the sector has on the Commonwealth’s economy and potential roadblocks preventing additional job creation.
HARRISBURG – Legislation authored by Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) and designed to strengthen penalties on individuals involved in fatal hit-and-run accidents was signed into law yesterday by Gov. Tom Corbett. The approval of House Bill 208 culminates several years of work by Reed and families of hit-and-run victims across the state.