Recent News

Nov

30

2020

November 30, 2020

Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) released the following statement in response to Governor Wolf’s veto of House Bill 1737, which would have provided COVID-19 liability protections for school districts, colleges, universities, non-profits, health care providers and small businesses:   [Read More]

Nov

25

2020

November 25, 2020

In this update: State budget holds the line on taxes, meets core responsibilities of government New restrictions favor (again) big box stores and punish small businesses Legislation would create new program to expand broadband coverage Latest on oversight of the 2020 Election and how we move forward Senate passes bill to protect rural pharmacies, improve […]   [Read More]

Nov

20

2020

November 20, 2020

In this update: Department of Health releases updated guidance on traveling and masks Senate approves COVID-19 liability protections Dominion Voting Systems backs out of public hearing at last minute Protecting your Second Amendment rights Fighting for our hospitality industry Bill would provide flexibility for teacher certifications, Keystone Exams General Assembly approves bill cracking down on […]   [Read More]

Nov

19

2020

November 19, 2020

The Senate passed legislation to provide COVID-19 liability protections for health care providers, small business owners, manufacturers of personal protective equipment (PPE), school districts and colleges, universities and government service providers that adhered to public health recommendations, according Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-28), who sponsored legislation to address this issue. Listen   [Read More]

Nov

04

2020

November 04, 2020

Critical members of volunteer fire companies, ambulance corps and rescue squads who are injured in the line of duty will qualify for workers’ compensation coverage under a bill signed into law on Tuesday, according to the bill’s sponsors, Senators Scott Martin (R-13) and Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-28).   [Read More]

Oct

30

2020

October 30, 2020

In this update: “We must never forget the willingness of Corporal Michael Cohen to lay down his life so that others could live a better life.” Locally owned restaurant closes after House Democrats fail to override governor’s veto Getting firsthand experience with York City Department of Fire and Rescue Services Legislation will help consumers when […]   [Read More]