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April 22, 2019
Senator John T. Yudichak (D-14) and Senator David G. Argall (R-29) will announce new legislation to help support the threatened coal refuse industry in Pennsylvania on Friday, April 26, 2019 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Panther Creek Energy Facility, Nesquehoning, PA.     [Read More]

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Public hearing to take a closer look at the future demographics of higher education , Capitol Complex in Harrisburg

April 05, 2019
Senate Majority Policy Committee | April 10, 2019 | East Wing, Hearing Room 8E-B |     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Corrections / Probation & Parole

February 28, 2019
Senator Aument asked Secretary of Corrections John Wetzel how declining prison populations will affect prison closures in coming years during the budget hearing for the Department of Corrections / Office of Probation and Parole.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Department of Human Services

February 27, 2019
Senator Argall raised concerns at the PA Senate Budget Hearing about waiver requests by the PA Department of Human Services, that would allow able-bodied individuals without dependents to receive SNAP benefits without meeting work and job search requirements   [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Department of Health

February 27, 2019
At today’s PA Senate Budget hearing, Senator Argall asked Department of Health Secretary Rachel Levine how the governor’s emergency declaration on opioid abuse is impacting small towns, where the crisis is particularly severe.   [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: State-Related Universities

February 26, 2019
Senator Argall asked Temple University, the University of Pittsburgh, Penn State, and Lincoln University about the problem of declining PA college-age population and higher ed enrollment.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Transportation

February 25, 2019
Senator Argall questioned PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards about steps being taken after it was revealed non-citizens were registering to vote via the Motor Voter Law.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: General Services

February 25, 2019
Senator Argall asked Secretary Topper about efforts to address costs from vacant state office space during the budget hearing with the Department of General Services.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Labor & Industry

February 25, 2019
Senator Argall discussed the importance of helping able-bodied Medicaid recipients find long-term employment during today’s Department of Labor & Industry budget hearing.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Revenue/Lottery

February 19, 2019
Senator Argall questions Revenue Secretary Hassell about the taxation of craft brewers during today’s budget hearings     [Read More]

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Argall: Budget plan offers a viable starting point for negotiations

February 05, 2019
Senator David G. Argall (R-Schuylkill) released the following statement today in response to Governor Wolf’s 2019-20 budget address: Listen   [Read More]

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Senate committee holds hearing on Supreme Court decision regarding public sector unions

October 25, 2018
Senator David G. Argall (R-29) chaired a Senate Majority Policy Committee hearing with experts on the recently decided U.S. Supreme Court case Janus v AFSCME at the state Capitol on Thursday to learn more about the court decision’s impact on public employee unions and potential state legislative responses.     [Read More]