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Santarsiero, Kearney, Comitta to Hold Virtual Townhall on COVID-19 Vaccine

Santarsiero, Kearney, Comitta to Hold Virtual Townhall on COVID-19 Vaccine

WEST CHESTER (December 29, 2020) – State Senator Steve Santarsiero, State Senator-Elect Carolyn Comitta and Senator Tim Kearney will hold a virtual townhall meeting with Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine to answer residents’ questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and discuss the Commonwealth’s vaccination plan.

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Local lawmakers to hold virtual town hall on COVID vaccine

Local lawmakers to hold virtual town hall on COVID vaccine

WEST CHESTER — State Sen.-Elect Carolyn Comitta, state Sen. Tim Kearney, and state Sen. Steve Santarsiero will hold a virtual town hall meeting with Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine to answer residents’ questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and...

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Hammerstein Museum Awarded $500,000 Matching Grant

Hammerstein Museum Awarded $500,000 Matching Grant

The nonprofit Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theatre Education Center (OHMTEC) has been awarded $500,000 in Pennsylvania state funding through the Redevelopment Assistance Capitol Program (RACP). RACP is a commonwealth grant program administered by the Office of the...

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Senator Santarsiero Announces $3.5 million in RACP Grant Funding for New Hope Borough, Doylestown Hospital, Bucks County Children’s Museum, and the Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theatre Education Center

Senator Santarsiero Announces $3.5 million in RACP Grant Funding for New Hope Borough, Doylestown Hospital, Bucks County Children’s Museum, and the Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theatre Education Center

BUCKS COUNTY – December 23, 2020 – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) announced $3.5 million in state grant funds to improve local infrastructure, health and safety, and arts and culture in Bucks County, which will help grow and strengthen businesses, while...

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Wolf: State poised to uphold ACA if courts repeal federal law

Wolf: State poised to uphold ACA if courts repeal federal law

For Middletown Supervisor Anna Payne and others living with cystic fibrosis, a potential decision from the U.S. Supreme Court could be a matter of life and death, she said Tuesday. Payne joined Gov. Tom Wolf and state lawmakers in Doylestown Borough on Tuesday morning...

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Kayden’s Law has a real chance

Kayden’s Law has a real chance

In these fractious times, we often use this space to critique our state legislature for the things it isn't doing, often because partisan politics gets in the way. So it's only fair that today we praise the 14 members of the Pennsylvania Senate Judiciary Committee for...

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