CAMP HILL – State Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) is inviting residents form the 87th District in Cumberland County to join him at a seminar on Tuesday, Feb. 28, from 6-8 p.m. at the East Pennsboro Township Building to learn about gun owners’ rights and gun safety tips.
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 – Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) was assigned to serve on four standing House committees during the 2017-18 legislative session: Children and Youth, Liquor Control, Transportation and Urban Affairs.
CAMP HILL – State Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) today announced Cumberland Valley School District will receive a $750,000 state grant to help pay for roadwork necessary to open two new schools in Hampden Township.
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Greg Rothman (R-87) today announced developments that will go a long way to alleviating traffic congestion on Route 81 and Wertzville Road.
CAMP HILL – State Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) recently introduced legislation that would help American military veterans and reservists start and grow small businesses in Pennsylvania.
CAMP HILL – Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) today announced he will host a “Coffee and Conversation” town hall meeting for residents of the 87th District on Wednesday, Aug. 17, at 7 p.m. at Camp Hill Borough Hall.
HARRISBURG – Today, State Representative Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) joined a bipartisan majority of the House of Representatives in supporting a House Bill 1690, which will allow for expanded convenience in the sale of wine and beer. The legislation passed by a vote of 157-31.
HARRISBURG – State Reps. Stephen Bloom (R-199) and Greg Rothman (R-87) will host a joint town hall meeting for residents of the 199th and 87th Legislative Districts on Thursday, May 12, at 7 p.m. The event will take place at the Silver Spring Township Building, located at 8 Flowers Dr., Mechanicsburg.
HARRISBURG – Today, State Representative Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) joined a bipartisan majority of the House of Representatives in supporting a fair basic education funding formula, which was included in House Bill 1589, also known as the Fiscal Code. Governor Tom Wolf previously vetoed the Fiscal Code. The legislation was adopted by a vote of 149 to 45. It was adopted in the state Senate with a veto-proof majority of 37-11.
HARRISBURG –State Representative Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland), working with East Pennsboro Township officials, Senator Pat Vance (R-Cumberland/York) persuaded PennDOT District 8 officials, to modify plans to renovate the Erford Road Bridge over the Camp Hill Bypass.
HARRISBURG – Today, state Representative Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) voted in favor of House Bill 1801, which provides supplemental appropriations to close out the 2015-16 budget and restore Governor Tom Wolf’s cuts to basic education, agriculture, and corrections funding. The legislation passed by a bipartisan vote of 128 to 63.
WHAT: Rep. Greg Rothman (R-Cumberland) will host a Firearms Safety and Rights Seminar for local residents. The seminar will include important information regarding Pennsylvania’s firearms laws. Local members of law enforcement will offer tips and advice on how to safely interact with police when carrying a firearm and the legal aspects of Pennsylvania’s Castle Doctrine, which allows a homeowner to use deadly force if necessary when threatened by an armed intruder
HARRISBURG – Central Pennsylvania legislators of the House Republican Caucus are rejecting Gov. Tom Wolf’s demand for massive tax increases, including an increase to the Personal Income Tax as part of his annual budget proposal. That 11 percent tax increase (retroactive to Jan. 1, 2016), along with several others, would amount to an annual tax hike of $2.7 billion.
WHAT: A news conference to discuss Gov. Tom Wolf’s 2016-17 budget proposal, along with its expected impact on constituents and local small businesses. The lawmakers will reiterate their opposition to the governor’s $3.6 billion increase in new taxes. This would be on top of a 5.8 percent tax increase for the current fiscal year. A local business leader will also speak.