Senator Santarsiero Hosts Telephone Town Hall on COVID-19
Press Call on Legislation to Protect Workers During Health Emergencies
Senator Santarsiero hosted a Telephone Town Hall on the topic of recycling. His guest was Deanna Miller, Bucks County Recycling Coordinator. You can hear the Town Hall in its entirety by clicking on the player below:
Senator Steve Santarsiero guests on Galzerano’s Funeral Home Show with Michael Schiller
With bridge and turnpike tolls rising every year, some commuters pay hundreds of dollars a year just to get to work. Senator Santarsiero is proposing a tax break for those commuters
Senator Santarsiero’s proposed legislation would require schools to pass out information about eating disorders to parents in an effort to catch problems before they begin.
The state Senate declared June 5th as “Gun Violence Awareness Day” in Pennsylvania. Senator Santarsiero and his fellow Senate Democrats are working to keep Pennsylvanians safe by proposing common sense gun laws.
Governor Wolf, Senator Santarsiero and some of his fellow Pennsylvania lawmakers have come up with plans designed to reduce the state’s carbon emissions.
Senator Santarsiero is one of a group of state lawmakers who think the state isn’t moving fast enough to promote the use of renewable energy sources.
“Equal pay for equal work” is something a lot of businesses in Pennsylvania still don’t provide. Senator Santarsiero is joining with his Senate Democratic colleagues to introduce legislation to change that.
Senator Santarsiero is joining with both Democratic and Republican colleagues in the Senate to propose an expansion of the Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards Act (AEPS), the law that requires a portion of Pennsylvania’s energy needs be met by sources of energy other than fossil fuels.
Senator Santarsiero is calling for the passage of legislation that will make sure firearms are safely stored in people’s homes.
Senator Santarsiero, Governor Wolf, fellow lawmakers and activists hope that last year’s passage of a gun safety bill will lead to more commonsense gun safety reforms this year.
Senator Steve Santarsiero discusses his priorities for the new legislative session.