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Royersford – November 12, 2019 – Sen. Katie Muth announced $4,468,863 in multimodal transportation grant funding for Montgomery and Chester Counties in the 44th Senatorial District. “These grants will ensure we have the funds to drastically improve pedestrian and...
Royersford – November 12, 2019 – Sen. Katie Muth (D-Berks, Chester, Montgomery) and Rep. Matt Bradford (D-Montgomery) announced funding for the Valley Forge Road (SR 0363) Corridor Improvement Project has been awarded through the Multimodal Transportation Fund....
EAST PIKELAND − November 12, 2019 – State Rep. Danielle Friel Otten and state Sen. Katie Muth today announced that East Pikeland Township will receive $315,000 from the Multimodal Transportation Fund to increase pedestrian safety along state routes 23 and 724....
Royersford – November 12, 2019 – Sen. Katie Muth (D-Berks, Chester, Montgomery) and Rep. Joe Webster (D-Montgomery) announced funding approval for two transportation projects in Montgomery County aimed to improve pedestrian and motorist safety. The projects...
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Senator Katie Muth is teaming up with Sewa Diwali, a non-profit service organization giving back to our community both locally and internationally, to host Diwali food drive in celebration of the Hindu Festival of Lights.
We will be accepting donations of non-perishable food now until Friday, November 15th at the district office located at: 338 Main Street, Royersford, PA. Donations will benefit food pantries in the 44th District.Find out more »
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Certified enrollment specialists will be able to walk you through the best and most affordable coverage through the Affordable Care Act or Medicare.
This event is FREE and open to the public.Find out more »
Back in June, the Pennsylvania Legislature passed House Bill 33, which eliminated General Assistance and the benefits that came with it. Now, a new Bill has been introduced that would restore those benefits. General Assistance provided 11,000 vulnerable Pennsylvanians...
HARRISBURG, Pa. - The resignation of Republican state Sen. Mike Folmer, following his arrest on child pornography charges, shocked his constituents and his colleagues in Harrisburg. "I did talk to him on a regular basis towards the beginning of my tenure, but as the...
EXTON, September 3, 2019 – State Rep. Danielle Friel Otten, D-Chester, will hold three town hall meetings this month to address topics such as the cost of living, youth mental health and more. Sen. Katie Muth will co-host two of the three meetings. Town halls will...
By Katie Muth, Maria Collett and Lindsey Williams
This week marks the end of General Assistance (GA) as we know it. The life-saving program that has helped thousands of Pennsylvanians get back on their feet and bridge the gap to self-sustainability ended on Aug. 1.
After a difficult battle through the legislative process and an underhanded maneuver to tie the elimination of GA to millions of dollars of hospitals, we accept that the program will cease to exist. However, that does not mean that the need has vanished.