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Senate Dems Discuss Domestic Violence Awareness, Funding at Capitol Hearing
HARRISBURG, May 26, 2023 – State Senator Katie Muth (D-Chester/Montgomery/Berks), chair of the Pennsylvania Senate Democratic Policy Committee, and Senator Judy Schwank (D-Berks) co-hosted a public hearing earlier this week in Harrisburg to discuss the effectiveness...
Senate Dems Discuss Improving Railroad Safety at Pittsburgh Hearing
PITTSBURGH − May 19, 2023 – State Senator Katie Muth (D-Chester/Montgomery/Berks), Chair of the Senate Democratic Policy Committee, today joined Senator Lindsey Williams (D-Allegheny) and Senator Wayne Fontana (D-Allegheny) to host a public hearing in Pittsburgh...
State Lawmakers Announce Animal Protection Legislation
State Senator Carolyn Comitta was joined by state Senator Katie Muth, state Senator John Kane, state Rep. Melissa Shusterman, and state Rep. Chris Pielli in announcing the Dog and Cat Protection Act (also known as the Pennsylvania Beagle Bills). The package of...
Sen. Muth to Host Free Community Naloxone Training Next Week in Phoenixville
State Senator Katie Muth (D-Chester/Montgomery/Berks) and the Chester County Department of Drug and Alcohol Services will host a free Community Naloxone Training next week in Phoenixville to help residents learn how to safely use Naloxone to respond to an opioid...
Sen. Muth, Rep. Howard Announce Free Community Shredding EventLudwigs Corner Fair Grounds 1326 Pottstown Pike, Glenmoore, PA, United States
I am looking forward to partnering with State Rep. Kristine Howard and West Vincent Township to host a FREE Community Shredding Event later this month! The shredding event will take […]
Wall Street Secrets Pit $75 Billion Pension Plan Against Trustee Tasked With Protecting It
When State Senator Katie Muth joined the board of the Pennsylvania teachers’ pension fund last year, she knew she had a lot to learn: With a college degree in athletic training, her financial education consisted largely of paying off her student loans. But she saw the...
Pa. lawmakers, EMS leaders gather to discuss funding, reimbursement
PITTSBURGH — A group of Democratic Pennsylvania lawmakers hosted a roundtable discussion with EMS leaders recently to discuss issues facing the state’s EMS agencies. State Sen. Katie Muth (D- Berks/Chester/Montgomery), chairwoman of the Senate Democratic Policy...
Two projects get $3.1 million in state funding
ROYERSFORD — Two projects in Senate District 44 have received $3.1 million in funding from the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP). Resources for Human Development received a $2.5 million RACP grant for the construction of a new facility to house the...
Renewable energy deserves bigger push
Oil prices spiked in the ’70s, and so did the cost of living. We all complained about that, but I don’t remember anyone griping about their phones. We couldn’t move them very far, so we sometimes couldn’t reach someone or would miss important calls. Few of us could...