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IT’S HAPPENING! McConnel is Working to Secure Funding!

IT’S HAPPENING! McConnel is Working to Secure Funding! BREAKING NEWS BY AMY MORENO /TruthFeed It’s happening! Congress is on board with funding President Trump’s border wall. House ...

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REPORT: 2/3 of Births to Illegals Are Subsidized by Taxpayers

  Lionel Parrott /libertyheadlines ‘The large share who can’t provide for themselves without the help of American taxpayers raises serious questions…’ IMAGE: Stand With ...

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California Admits DMV Error Added Noncitizens to Voter Rolls

Will Racke / @hwillracke / The Daily Signal California’s Department of Motor Vehicles says a “processing error” at agency field offices resulted in ...

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[Must Read] Top 5 Immigration Stories of the Week!

          1.  Illegal Alien Caravan Doubles in Size, Pushes North to U.S. Yet another caravan of illegal aliens is heading north to ...

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[Must Read] Top 5 Immigration Stories of the Week!

          1.  Legal Immigrants Pay For DACA Free Riders, And Take a Backseat Processing costs for DACA applications totaled $115.7 million last ...

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This month’s Argall Report: Bipartisan Blight Victory in Mahanoy City

This month’s Argall Report: Bipartisan Blight Victory in Mahanoy City   MAHANOY CITY – As he stood in front of the podium ...

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State Representative Justin Simmons Report

  Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact The Weekly Roundup Friday, October 19, 2018  The latest news from the State Capitol A Better Organ Donation Law Legislation ...

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Weekly Session Wrap-Up

    View this email in a browser Week of October 15, 2018 In this Edition: Mensch Disappointed Consensus Was Not Reached on SB ...

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NASTY DEM DRAGGED OUT OF DISNEY IN HANDCUFFS SCREAMING ‘DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM?!’…YEP, THAT’S THE PROBLEM!

 TORI MCNABB /redrightvideos   According to ActionNewsJax.com, Deputies said Amanda Soto, 33, her mother and her husband were visiting Disney Springs when an argument ensued between her ...

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TRUMP SAYS DEMOCRATS WILL TURN AMERICA INTO VENEZUELA

Benny Johnson | Reporter At Large/DC President Donald Trump lashed out Monday at Democrats for their treatment of Supreme Court Justice ...

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Attack Ad Goes Low, Targets Republican with Cancer-Stricken Grandson

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Attack Ad Goes Low, Targets Republican with Cancer-Stricken Grandson

 

BY MALACHI BAILEY /CT Republican Senate Candidate Lou Barletta slammed his opponent, Democratic Sen. Bob Casey, for an campaign ad apparently targeted toward Barletta’s cancer-stricken grandson.

Casey’s ad features a mother talking about her twin daughters who fell sick with cancer.

The woman in the ad said Barletta wants to take cancer treatment away from children.

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Bipartisan bill establishing guideline for public safety facility closures heads to the Governor’s desk

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Bipartisan bill establishing guideline for public safety facility closures heads to the Governor’s desk

HARRISBURG – Bipartisan legislation that would provide a standardized process as to how public safety facilities, including state prisons and state police barracks, are closed in the future is now headed to the Governor’s desk.

Senator David G. Argall (R-29) along with Senators Lisa Baker (R-20), Michele Brooks (R-50), Wayne Fontana (D-42) and John Yudichak (D-14) sponsored Senate Bill 748, which would establish the Public Safety Facilities Act, in response to recent state prison closures over the last few years that were undertaken with little or no input from the communities that were affected.

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Bernstine Invites Veterans to Register for His Nov. 9 Veterans Breakfast

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Representative Aaron Bernstine

10th Legislative District

Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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October 15, 2018

Bernstine Invites Veterans to Register for His Nov. 9 Veterans Breakfast

ELLWOOD CITY – In an effort to recognize those in the area who have served our country in the armed forces, Rep. Aaron Bernstine (R-Beaver/Butler/Lawrence) will host a Veterans Breakfast on Friday, Nov. 9, from 10 a.m. to noon at the North Sewickley Fire Department, located at 887 Mercer Road, Beaver Falls.

 

U.S. veterans and active duty military personnel residing in the 10th District are invited to take part in the

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RSVP Now for My Senior Expo on Oct. 20

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Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact Weekly Roundup Thursday, October 11, 2018 The latest news from the State Capitol

RSVP Now for My Senior Expo on Oct. 20

I’d like to invite residents age 60 and older of the 158th District to my Senior Expo on Saturday, Oct. 20, from 9 a.m. to noon.

This free event will be held at East High School, 450 Ellis Lane in West Chester. My Senior Expo is a one-stop shop where more than 50 exhibitors will be on hand to share information about the

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Mike’s Memo Week of October 15, 2018

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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 October 15, 2018 General Assembly Poised to Conclude 2017-18 Session

With just three scheduled Senate Session days remaining in the 2017-18 Legislative Session, both Chambers will be deliberating a host of measures prior to the November 30 sine die constitutional deadline. Any bill not reaching the Governor’s desk by that time will die and need to be reintroduced next

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RE: Bipartisan bill wins approval in House to require state to establish guidelines for public safety facility closure

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Bipartisan bill wins approval in House to require state to establish guidelines for public safety facility closure

HARRISBURG – The House of Representatives approved a bipartisan proposal today that would provide a standardized process as to how public safety facilities, including state prisons and state police barracks, are closed in the future.

Senators David G. Argall (R-29), Lisa Baker (R-20), Michele Brooks (R-50), Wayne Fontana (D-42) and John Yudichak (D-14) sponsored Senate Bill 748, which would establish the Public Safety Facilities Act, in response to recent state prison closures over the last few years that were undertaken with little or no input from the communities that were affected.

In 2017, the

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Why Vote Democrat

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Part 1 By Rich Shuker

Voting Liberal would be great for creating jobs in Pennsylvania,____ We would need to build more prisons and raise taxes to pay all the legal fees needed to prosecute them.

Pennsylvania History Of Corruption. Mayor of Allentown Ed Pawlowski (D) convicted of corruption. (2018) Ex-Mayor of Reading Pa (D) Vaughn Spencer was convicted Thursday of 11 public corruption charges.(2018) District Attorney of Philadelphia. Seth Williams(D) convicted of bribery. (2017) Treasurer of Pennsylvania Barbara Hafer(D) convicted of lying to the FBI. (2017) State Representative Marc Gergely(D) convicted of conspiracy. (2017) State Representative Leslie Acosta(D) convicted of embezzlement. (2016)[ Attorney General of Pennsylvania Kathleen Kane(D) was convicted of perjury. (2016)[ State Representative Louise Bishop(D) was convicted of corruption. (2016) Chaka

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Outcome of HB 2571

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Last week we wrote to you about HB 2571, a bill to align state law with the Supreme Court’s Janus v. AFSCME decision and ensure workers are notified of their now-restored constitutional rights.

Why is this so important? Nearly one-third of workers aren’t aware of their new rights—and government unions want it to stay that way. As long as workers are in the dark about their rights, government union leaders can continue to collect hundreds of dollars in dues from every member (which turn into millions of dollars in political activities) each year.

Earlier this week, House leadership removed the Janus enforcement bill from the voting calendar for this legislative session. With the limited number of session days left, there is not enough time

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