HARRISBURG – Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) and Sen. Don White (R-41) today announced the awarding of $370,000 for a water line extension project in Armstrong and Conemaugh townships. The lawmakers played a key role in securing the state funding through the Department of Community and Economic Development’s small water and sewer grant program.
INDIANA – State Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) and the United Way of Indiana County are pleased to announce two upcoming informational outreach sessions that fulfill a need identified through the Poverty Summits they co-hosted in 2015 and 2016 – making information available about local assistance programs.
HARRISBURG – House Speaker Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny), House Majority Leader Dave Reed (R-Indiana) and House Appropriations Chairman Stan Saylor (R-York) issued the following statement in reaction to recent anti-Semitic crimes and threats in Pennsylvania:
INDIANA – In his continuing effort to stay in touch with constituents in the 62nd District and address their questions and concerns, Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) is hosting a series of town hall meetings in the coming weeks.
HARRISBURG – A total of 21 Indiana County fire and ambulance organizations have been awarded more than $261,000 in funding through the 2016-17 Pennsylvania Fire Company and Volunteer Ambulance Service Grant Program, according to Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) and Sen. Don White (R-41).
HARRISBURG – House Majority Leader Dave Reed (R-Indiana) today joined his colleagues in listening to Gov. Tom Wolf present his 2017-18 budget proposal during a joint session of the House and Senate. He issued the following statement in reaction to the governor’s $32.3 billion spending plan:
Pennsylvania has been granted an extension until June 5, 2017 from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to fix state law to allow for federal REAL ID compliance after Governor Tom Wolf and bipartisan leaders including Senators Scarnati, Corman, and Costa, and Representatives Turzai, Reed, and Dermody, wrote to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson earlier this month.
HARRISBURG – High school seniors can now apply for a Pennsylvania House of Representatives Scholarship to help cover the costs of higher education, Rep. Dave Reed(R-Indiana) announced today.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) today was sworn into office as the 2017-18 session of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives got under way. Reed, who was re-elected to serve as majority leader for a second consecutive term, will oversee a Republican majority which stands at 121-82, the largest advantage since the 1957-58 session. Rep. Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny) was also elected speaker by House members.
HARRISBURG – The 2017-18 Session of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives opened today with the election of Rep. Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny) as speaker after 200 of the 203 members of the General Assembly took their oaths of office. The House also adopted a set of rules governing how the body operates.
HARRISBURG – Indiana Borough has been awarded $1 million through the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) for renovations to the Free Library building, according to Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) and Sen. Don White (R-Armstrong/Butler/Indiana/Westmoreland), who, working together, played a key role in securing the state funding.
HARRISBURG – The 122 members of the incoming Pennsylvania House Republican Caucus today once again elected Rep. Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny County) as their choice for speaker of the House of Representatives and Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana County) as majority leader for the 2017-18 legislative session.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) today was once again elected by his colleagues in the House Republican Caucus to serve as majority leader of the House of Representatives for the upcoming legislative session. The session begins Dec. 1, and the Legislature will be sworn-in on Jan. 3.
HARRISBURG – Fresh off last week’s election victories, House members return to Harrisburg today to take the final votes of the 2015-16 legislative session and hold caucus elections for leadership during the next session.
Majority climbs to 122 members for 2017-18 session