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Senate Democrats Discuss Strategies to Prevent Youth Violence at Policy Hearing
READING, March 17, 2023 – State Senator Katie Muth (D-Chester/Montgomery/Berks), Chair of the Senate Democratic Policy Committee, joined Senator Judy Schwank (D-Berks) and Senator Art Haywood (D-Montgomery/Philadelphia) earlier this week at Alvernia University in...
Sen. Muth Introduces Two Bills to Address Sudden Cardiac Arrest in PA Students
Downingtown, PA- March 16, 2023 – State Senator Katie Muth today joined dozens of students, teachers, advocates and legislators at Marsh Creek Sixth Grade Center in Downingtown Area School District to announce the introduction of two Senate bills to ensure protection...
Sen. Muth Announces $1 Million in Law Enforcement, Opioid Response Funding for SD44
Royersford, PA- March 10, 2023- State Sen. Katie Muth (D-Chester/Montgomery/Berks) announced that five initiatives to enhance public safety and protect against opioid-use disorder in Senate District 44 were awarded over $1 million in grants through the Pennsylvania...
Sens. Muth, Cappelletti, Comitta, Kane, and Kearney Announce $400k State Grant for Child Guidance Resource Center
Senators Amanda Cappelletti, John Kane, Tim Kearney, and Katie Muth stand with staff from Child Guidance Resource Center and a state grant for $400,000 to fund a pilot program aimed at supporting student mental health. (Photo taken by James Robinson, PA Senate...
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 […]
New legislation would increase Pennsylvania welfare benefits
The cost of living in nearly every part of the country has increased, particularly in cities, since former President Bill Clinton signed the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program into law in 1996 as part of his welfare reform agenda. The TANF program...
Legislators hear of water woes from pipeline neighbors
HARRISBURG — “All I want is good water,” said military veteran and Johnstown, Cambria County, resident Ron Shawley. Shawley told three elected officials, reporters and the public, during Wednesday morning’s event at the state Capitol Rotunda, about living 20 feet from...
Public Utility Commission Investigates, Suspends Aqua Rate Hike
PENNSYLVANIA — State regulators last week voted to suspend and investigate a proposed water rate hike by Aqua Pennsylvania which would have led to a significant increase on monthly water bills. The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission voted 3-0 on Oct. 7 to...
Sen. Muth To Host Veterans’ Expo In Late October
OAKS, PA — A veterans' expo has been scheduled for later October, the event a chance for local military vets to meet one another and learn about various veterans' services and benefits. The event, which is scheduled for Oct. 30 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center...