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HARRISBURG – The first and only legislative bill to deal with Harrisburg and the Municipalities Financial Recovery Act (Act 47) will soon be introduced, Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) announced today as he sent out a co-sponsorship memo.
HARRISBURG - Legislation authored by Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland), which would amend the Real Estate Licensing and Registration Act, passed the Senate unanimously, 49-0, and will head to the governor for his signature.
HARRISBURG - Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) voted in favor of the 2018-19 state budget, House Bill 2121, which invests an all-time-high into education while avoiding tax increases and borrowing.
WHAT: Sen. Mike Regan (R-York/Cumberland), Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) and members of the local community will talk about the heroin and opioid epidemic in Cumberland County; efforts to combat the epidemic, expand and improve treatment; and current and potential legislation. The RASE project and other faith-based ministries and non profits will attend and have tables with information for victims and families.
WHAT: Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland), Hospice of Central PA (HCP) and Brookdale Grandon Farms will honor veterans. The event is open to the public and includes live music and refreshments.
HARRISBURG – The state House in Harrisburg Tuesday approved legislation introduced by state Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) that would enable the use of highly automated vehicles in work zones operated by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission. Rothman’s bill also would empower military vehicles to travel in platoons without fear of being cited with a traffic violation.
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) today issued the following statement after Gov. Tom Wolf delivered his annual budget address in Harrisburg to a joint session of the state House and Senate:
HARRISBURG — State lawmakers and business leaders from across the Commonwealth joined together today to announce the introduction of the House State Government Committee’s Regulatory Overreach Report and five pieces of legislation specifically designed to rein in overregulation.
WHAT: A news availability highlighting a $900,000 grant awarded last week to pay for improvements to East Penn Drive in East Pennsboro Township. The grant will pay for traffic signals, the installation of new turn lanes, and a pedestrian and bicycle bridge across East Penn Drive connecting the two sides of Adams-Ricci Park.
HARRISBURG – After the United States Senate on Wednesday confirmed Cumberland County District Attorney David Freed to serve as the next U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, state Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) made the following statement:
HARRISBURG – The Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) today approved a grant for $900,000 for a project supported by state Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) for improvements to East Penn Drive in East Pennsboro Township.
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) wants to show military veterans in the 87th Legislative District their sacrifices are appreciated. To do that, he’s inviting veterans and their families to join him for a free pancake breakfast on Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Good Hope Fire Station.
HARRISBURG – Following a press conference today by a select group of Republican colleagues to unveil a plan to cover the approximately $2.2 billion funding gap in this year’s budget without the need to borrow money or raise taxes, Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) issued the following statement:
HARRISBURG – More than 35 years after the federal government showed cutting taxes can generate additional revenue, state Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) today at a Harrisburg news conference unveiled legislation that would reduce tax rates for some businesses in Pennsylvania.
WHAT: A news conference to outline a tax reform proposal aimed at reducing the burden on businesses in Pennsylvania in an effort to stimulate economic growth and job creation.