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Budget Hearing Q&A: Department of State

February 20, 2019
Senator Phillips-Hill questioned Acting Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar about what is being done to streamline the state licensing process, and emphasized the need to inform license-seekers on how to navigate the process.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Public Utility Commission

February 19, 2019
Senator Phillips-Hill asked PUC commissioners about what the PUC can do for the estimated 11 million PA residents without access to high-speed internet.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Independent Fiscal Office

February 19, 2019
Senator Phillips-Hill asked Independent Fiscal Office Director Matthew Knittel about special funds that function outside of the state budget.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Revenue/Lottery

February 19, 2019
Senator Phillips-Hill asks Revenue Secretary Hassell about the potential for increasing income caps for the Property Tax Rent Rebate program and job losses from the Governor’s proposal to increase the minimum wage.     [Read More]

Phillips-Hill: Tax dollar hide-and-seek concerning

February 05, 2019
Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) released the following statement regarding Governor Wolf’s 2019-2020 state budget proposal that he presented before a joint session of the General Assembly on Tuesday:   [Read More]

Phillips-Hill: Senate takes stand against state legislators, employees who cheat system

February 04, 2019
The Senate took an important step today by unanimously approving legislation that would strip state pensions from lawmakers, state officials and employees who are convicted of or plead guilty to a job-related felony, according to Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York).   [Read More]

Phillips-Hill supports bill to strip public pensions from state elected officials, employees who commit job-related felonies

January 30, 2019
Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) voted in support of a measure today during a Senate Appropriations Committee meeting that would ban state employees, including lawmakers, from collecting a state pension if found guilty of a job-related felony offense.   [Read More]

New rule removes barriers to military spouses practicing law in PA

January 29, 2019
A new rule adopted today by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s Board of Law Examiners would remove barriers that prevent military spouses who are attorneys from practicing law in Pennsylvania, according to Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York). Listen.   [Read More]

Phillips-Hill pushes for more safeguards for taxpayer and student data on National Data Privacy Day

January 28, 2019
Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) called on the Senate of Pennsylvania to take action on a package of bills she’s sponsored to address ongoing concerns with data privacy and protection in state government and public schools.   [Read More]

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Senator Phillips-Hill, key stakeholders to review efforts to improve high-speed internet access at Farm Show on Thursday

January 09, 2019
The Pennsylvania State Grange will hold a panel discussion with several stakeholders, including Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York), on efforts to improve access to high-speed internet, especially in rural areas, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show on Thursday.     [Read More]