Sen. Muth Reacts to Shameful Republican Proposal to Eliminate General Assistance for Vulnerable Pennsylvanians
- Latest News
- In the News
Democratic Senators to Introduce Emergency Relief Program Legislation to Fill Void Left by Elimination of General Assistance
(Harrisburg, Pa.) --- Following the elimination of General Assistance, several members of the Pennsylvania Senate Democratic Caucus circulated a cosponsorship memo to create an emergency relief program that would serve the population now without cash assistance....read more
Pennsylvania State Senate Erupts in Battle as Senator Muth Warns General Assembly Against Abandoning General Assistance Program
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania– June 28, 2019– On Wednesday, Senator Katie Muth (D-Berks, Chester, and Montgomery Counties) voiced her disappointment in the Pennsylvania General Assembly’s inability to secure funding for the recently reinstated General Assistance program in...read more
Harrisburg, Pa. − June 24, 2019 − Members of the Pennsylvania Senate Democratic Caucus today jointly sent a letter to Governor Tom Wolf requesting a disaster declaration for gun violence in the Commonwealth. “We believe it is necessary to raise the public’s awareness...read more
Harrisburg, PA– June 19, 2019 – Sen. Katie Muth (D-Berks, Chester, Montgomery) joined advocates of the clean energy movement today as they rallied to promote renewable energy initiatives at the state capitol. “We have a duty to maintain our values of security, safety,...read more
Events Search and Views Navigation
Join us at a meet-and-greet happy hour with newly elected State Senator Katie Muth AND State Representative Joe Ciresi! Meet your newly elected officials to hear about their environmental priorities, ask questions, and let them know how important bold environmental action is to their constituents!Find out more »
Join Senator Katie Muth for Coffee in Royersford! DATE: Sunday, February 10 TIME: 12-2PM Brewed Awakening 306 Main Street Royersford, PA 19468Find out more »
Please join me as we Debut “Coffee With Katie” in Chester County on Sunday, February 24th at Saint Peters Bakery. I am looking forward to continuing the conversation about the things that matter to you the most & hearing how we can move the 44th district forward together.Find out more »
Join Senator Katie Muth for Coffee in Douglassville!Find out more »
Join Senator Katie Muth for Coffee in Lower Providence!Find out more »
Join me at the Norristown Area High School Gymnasium for a fun filled afternoon!
This FREE event is open to the public and will feature arts and crafts, fun nutrition activities and exciting field day games.Find out more »
The office of Senator Katie Muth will be a collection site for a Pajama Drive for Foster Children through May 17th.
Many times, children are removed in the middle of the night and placed into foster care with little or no clothing. Foster families are often unsure what age or size a child arriving into theirs will be, so it is difficult to plan ahead.Find out more »
Join PennEnvironment, Senator Katie Muth, Rep. Tim Briggs, and Rep. Joe Webster on Tuesday, April 2nd to hear from legislators and local activists about the importance of constituent action and grassroots organizing around social and environmental issues. Learn about actions you can take to make your voice heard and be the change you want to see!Find out more »
PA residents 65 and older can have their photo taken for SEPTA Key Senior ID cards on Wednesday, April 3 from 11AM - 3PM at the Spring City Library. Please bring an existing photo ID which proves you’re 65 or older. For more information, please call my office at (717) 576-0376.Find out more »
Join We The People – Pennsylvania for a fun and (somewhat) nerdy happy hour at Stickman Brews! This event is co-hosted by Senator Katie Muth, Rep. Joe Ciresi, Rep. Joe Webster, and Rep. Melissa Shusterman.
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the legislators, as well as hear from them about key issues and legislation they will be introducing or supporting this coming session.Find out more »
Energy in the political movement means we are now in a much better place to influence political leaders than in previous years, especially in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, and We The People is proud to take this opportunity to fight for a more equitable state.Find out more »
Join us to screen and discuss this powerful, award winning documentary about the public shame of high school sexual assault and the aftermath endured by all. Senator Katie Muth will be participating on the panel & lending her voice and personal perspective to this much needed conversation.
Admission is free but tickets are required as seating is limited. For tickets visit www.thecolonialtheatre.com.Find out more »
Senator Katie Muth is hosting the YMCA’s delivery of a powerful Child Protection Training entitled, “know See Respond”. This is a prevention training that teaches adults how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The program is designed for all individuals concerned about the safety of children.Find out more »
The Bandana Project is an international art-activism project and advocacy campaign to raise awareness about the widespread workplace sexual violence that farmworker women suffer. The project provides a visible demonstration of support for farmworker women and a commitment to ending this problem.Find out more »
Please join me at my Inaugural town hall meeting so we can discuss what’s new in Harrisburg & the issues that matter to you & your family! We'll be at Ursinus College in Pfahler Hall - Musser Auditorium. Hope to see you all there.Find out more »
Join us for Blame the System Not the Victim: A Panel Discussion to End the Impact of Rape Culture and Sexual Violence in our Communities.
Sexual assault happens in all communities. 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men have experienced physical violence by an intimate partner. 118 victims died from sexual assault related incidents in 2017. We need to support victims and raise awareness to bring these statistics down to zero.Find out more »
A state Senate committee postponed a planned confirmation hearing for one of Pennsylvania’s top environmental officials, after a bipartisan group of lawmakers raised concerns about his agency’s involvement in controversial gas pipeline project.
The Senate Environmental Resources & Energy Committee met Tuesday morning to vote on the nominations of Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Patrick McDonnell and Cindy Adams Dunn, secretary of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.read more
LIMERICK — State Sen. Katie Muth, D-44th Dist., has announced that the Limerick Fire Department has been approved for grant funding that will help the department’s consolidation efforts.
The department will receive $84,520 to assist with legal fees and other costs associated with renaming and rebranding.read more
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – A group of lawmakers plans to introduce legislation that would end the death penalty in Pennsylvania.
Sen. Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia), Sen. Katie Muth (D-Berks, Chester, Montgomery), and Rep. Chris Rabb (D-Philadelphia) say the death penalty has proven to be unsuccessful as a crime deterrent, incredibly costly, and a flawed system of punishment.read more
HARRISBURG — Sen. Katie Muth (D-Berks, Chester, Montgomery), Sen. Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia), and Rep. Chris Rabb (D-Philadelphia) were joined by advocates as they called for ending the death penalty in Pennsylvania.
The lawmakers are introducing legislation in their respective chambers to repeal the penalty that is proven to be unsuccessful as a crime deterrent, incredibly costly, and a flawed system of punishment.read more