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Pennsylvania Lyme insurance bill passes House; on to Senate

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From Lymedisease.org

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From the Pennsylvania Lyme Resource Network:

The Pennsylvania House of representatives passed HB 629 today by a vote of 158 to 34.

The bill provides for patient access to diagnostics and treatments for Lyme disease and related tick-borne illnesses. It also requires health care policies to provide certain coverage including long-term antibiotics and anti-microbials.

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Rep. Smucker’s Weekly E-Update

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HOME ABOUT CONTACT MEDIA SERVICES Thank you for subscribing to my E-Newsletter! This week I want to update you on some new bills I’ve introduced, tell you about an event I attended on criminal justice reform, share my recent interview with ABC 27 and highlight some of the ways my district office has been helping constituents like you.

I enjoy hearing from you and responding to your questions via email, phone calls and letters. If you’d like to share your concerns or opinions with me or if you have questions about legislation or specific votes, you can send me an

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Report to the People – April 12, 2019

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Facebook Website Bio Latest News Contact Report to the People Friday, April 12, 2019 The latest news from the State Capitol Borowicz Thankful for Tremendous Support

On March 25, I was honored to offer the opening prayer to begin legislative session in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, so I prayed how I pray almost every day.

As I have previously stated, if a lawmaker who is a Christian can no longer stand in a General Assembly in America—when there are Bible verses inscribed all throughout our beautiful state Capitol—and pray to Jesus without ridicule and vile comments, then we

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Thomas Bill to Protect PACE and PACENET Benefits Passes

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 10, 2019

 

Thomas Bill to Protect PACE and PACENET Benefits Passes House

 

HARRISBURG—Legislation introduced by Rep. Wendi Thomas (R-Bucks) to prevent seniors from losing their PACE and PACENET benefits due to an increase in the Social Security cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) has passed the House.

 

House Bill 754 now moves to the Senate for consideration.

 

“We all know how critical this prescription program is to the 300,000 Pennsylvania seniors who depend on it for their life-sustaining medications,” Thomas said. “Unfortunately, the annual Social Security cost-of-living adjustments often push seniors who need PACE and PACENET

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Mike’s Memo Week of April 15, 2019

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Welcome to“Mike’s Memo,” an update on what’s happening in the 48th Senatorial District and the State Capitol. If you haven’t done so already, please take a moment to visit my website at www.senatorfolmer.comto learn more about my legislative priorities issues that may affect you and your family.

Week of April 15, 2019

Congratulations to John and Jennifer Bower, of Lebanon, owners of Domino’s Pizza, on receiving the 2019 United Way of Lebanon County Community Commitment Award!

April 16 is Tax Freedom Day!

On April 16, 105 days into the year, we will celebrate Tax Freedom Day, the day when the nation’s taxpayers as a whole

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State Rep Justin Simmons Report

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Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact The Weekly Roundup Friday, April 5, 2019 The latest news from the State Capitol Healthy Aging Expo Set for April 25

On Thursday, April 25, I will once again be hosting a special event for older residents in the 131st District. Our annual Healthy Aging Expo will feature dozens of representatives from nonprofit agencies; local, state and federal governments; and local businesses who will provide

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Senate Appropriations Committee approves bill to reform how the lieutenant governor is elected

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For Immediate Release

April 9, 2019

Senate Appropriations Committee approves bill to reform how the lieutenant governor is elected

HARRISBURG – The Senate Appropriations Committee recently approved bipartisan legislation with a vote of 21 to 1 to reform the way the lieutenant governor is elected in Pennsylvania.

Senate Bill 133 amends the state’s constitution to permit candidates for governor to choose their lieutenant governor candidate after the primary election – a process that mirrors how presidential candidates currently select their vice presidential running mates.

“In the past, we have seen a leadership team separate into two warring factions that spent weeks not talking to one another” said

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Money Talks When It Comes to Bailing Out the Nuclear Power Industry

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Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania Money Talks When It Comes to Bailing Out the Nuclear Power Industry

This week saw the first in a series of State House hearings on the proposed bailout of Pennsylvania’s nuclear power industry. As we have noted previously, the cost to ratepayers would be roughly $500 million. This latest bailout is on top of the $9 billion in subsidies granted to the nuclear power industry in the lead-up to the deregulation of the Commonwealth’s energy sector in 1996.

Among the voices calling for another round of subsidies for the nuclear industry was former Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Ridge. It was during the Ridge administration that the first steps were taken to open up Pennsylvania’s energy market to

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