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Grants to Improve Traffic Safety Awarded to 44th District

Grants to Improve Traffic Safety Awarded to 44th District

Royersford – December 17, 2019 – Sen. Katie Muth (D –Berks, Chester, Montgomery) has announced that $455,166 in funding has been awarded to Chester County to help with traffic safety and signal improvements. The funding was approved and awarded through PennDOT’s...

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Lawmakers react to Sen. Folmer’s resignation

Lawmakers react to Sen. Folmer’s resignation

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...

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Otten and Muth to Hold Series of Town Halls this Month

Otten and Muth to Hold Series of Town Halls this Month

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...

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Pa. just eliminated general assistance. The need for it hasn’t gone away

Pa. just eliminated general assistance. The need for it hasn’t gone away

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.

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