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Phillips-Hill’s Streamlining Abandoned Museum Property Bill Passes Senate
February 7, 2024

Phillips-Hill’s Streamlining Abandoned Museum Property Bill Passes Senate

The Senate of Pennsylvania approved a measure aimed at supporting the efficient management of Pennsylvania’s private and not-for-profit museums and historical societies, according to the legislation’s sponsor, Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York). The bill will address the ownership challenges faced by these entities regarding abandoned, unclaimed, or undocumented property left in their care.  [Read More]

Phillips-Hill: Governor’s Budget Proposal Great for DC, Lacks Reality for Harrisburg
February 6, 2024

Phillips-Hill: Governor’s Budget Proposal Great for DC, Lacks Reality for Harrisburg

Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) released the following statement in response to Gov. Josh Shapiro’s budget proposal unveiled today to a joint session of the General Assembly:  [Read More]

State Senate Passes Critical Legislation to Boost Cybersecurity Across State Government
February 6, 2024

State Senate Passes Critical Legislation to Boost Cybersecurity Across State Government

Following a recent cyberattack on the Pennsylvania court system, the Senate approved legislation spearheaded by Sen. Phillips-Hill (R-York) to fortify the cybersecurity defenses of Pennsylvania’s information technology (IT) contracts.  [Read More]

Phillips-Hill to Host Local Farmers for Agriculture Update
January 31, 2024

Phillips-Hill to Host Local Farmers for Agriculture Update

In line with her unwavering dedication to accessibility and transparency, Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) will host her second annual Farmers’ Appreciation Breakfast. The event will allow for greater dialogue and collaboration within the agricultural community, both locally and at the state level.  [Read More]

Republicans Unite Behind Alternative Basic Education Funding Commission Report
January 11, 2024

Republicans Unite Behind Alternative Basic Education Funding Commission Report

Republicans who serve on the Basic Education Funding Commission unveiled their alternative report (Report #1) today during the final meeting at the state Capitol. According to the Republican lawmakers on the commission, the report provides a roadmap to provide greater budget stability for school districts, ensure students will receive at the least the same amount as the current year’s historic budget allocations, and seek to put in place greater accountability measures for hard-earned tax dollars paying for public education.  [Read More]

Basic Education Funding Commission Final Meeting on Thursday in Harrisburg
January 10, 2024

Basic Education Funding Commission Final Meeting on Thursday in Harrisburg

As co-chairs of the Basic Education Funding Commission, state Rep. Mike Sturla, D-Lancaster, and Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill, R-York, today announced details of the commission’s final meeting:  [Read More]

Law Authored by Phillips-Hill to Improve Health Care Outcomes Taking Shape in PA
January 8, 2024

Law Authored by Phillips-Hill to Improve Health Care Outcomes Taking Shape in PA

In accordance with regulations set forth in  Act 146 of 2022, the Pennsylvania Insurance Department (PID) launched a state-administered independent appeal process earlier today, according to the act’s sponsor, Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York).  [Read More]

Sen. Phillips-Hill Announces 2024 Mobile Office Hours
January 2, 2024

Sen. Phillips-Hill Announces 2024 Mobile Office Hours

Building on the overwhelmingly positive feedback received in 2023, Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) is excited to announce a continuation of mobile office hours in 2024, reinforcing her unwavering commitment to fostering an open and transparent state government.   [Read More]

PA Legislature Approves Bill to Protect Sexually Exploited Children, Human Trafficking Victims
December 14, 2023

PA Legislature Approves Bill to Protect Sexually Exploited Children, Human Trafficking Victims

Pennsylvania Senators Maria Collett (D-12), Cris Dush (R-25), and Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-28) celebrated the final passage of their legislation to ensure children who are victims of human trafficking can seek justice and access essential support services.  [Read More]

Phillips-Hill’s Measure Enhancing Pennsylvania’s Travel Insurance Framework Garners Senate Support
December 12, 2023

Phillips-Hill’s Measure Enhancing Pennsylvania’s Travel Insurance Framework Garners Senate Support

The Senate of Pennsylvania unanimously approved legislation that would update the regulatory framework for travel insurance in the commonwealth, according to the measure’s sponsor, Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York).  [Read More]

House Committee Advances Phillips-Hill’s TikTok Ban
December 12, 2023

House Committee Advances Phillips-Hill’s TikTok Ban

The House State Government Committee approved legislation that would prohibit state government agencies from downloading and using TikTok, according to the measure’s sponsor, Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York).    [Read More]

Basic Education Funding Commission Hearing on Thursday
December 11, 2023

Basic Education Funding Commission Hearing on Thursday

As co-chairs of the Basic Education Funding Commission, state Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill, R-York, and Rep. Mike Sturla, D-Lancaster, today announced details the of the commission’s upcoming hearing:  [Read More]

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