HARRISBURG – Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Juniata) was recently recognized by the Washington, D.C.-based Institute for Legislative Analysis (ILA) for his work in standing up for conservative principles and limited government.
HARRISBURG—Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Juniata) has been appointed to the House Transportation Committee.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Juniata) expressed his condolences for the Pennsylvania State Police trooper killed and concern for the trooper wounded in the line of duty today in Juniata County.
Earlier this month, the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission awarded a $25,797 Keystone Historic Preservation Grant to the Juniata County Historical Society for much-needed window repairs and replacement of degraded ultraviolet (UV) protection blinds at the Tuscarora Academy Museum in Academia, according to Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Juniata).
HARRISBURG – State Sen. Greg Rothman (R-34) and Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-86) today announced the approval of state grant funding to support several projects in Perry County.
HARRISBURG – More than $256,000 in grant money will be coming to Perry and Juniata counties’ hard-working first responders under the PA Fire Company and Emergency Medical Services Grant Program, according to Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Juniata).
NEW BLOOMFIELD – A $342,400 state grant awarded this week to the Borough of Bloomfield will be used to make improvements to its municipal park, according to Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Juniata).
HARRISBURG – Rep. Perry Stambaugh (Perry/Juniata) took the oath of office Tuesday to begin his second term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
HARRISBURG – A $3 million state grant awarded last week to the Perry County Commissioners will support the early stages of a capital project aimed at putting many of the county’s administrative offices - currently spread about in rented spaces - into one complex, according to Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Juniata).
HARRISBURG – With Election Day looming, Reps. Frank Ryan (R-Lebanon) and Dawn Keefer (R-York/Cumberland) were joined by more than a dozen of their House colleagues in sending a letter to acting Secretary of State Leigh Chapman today, insisting that she immediately issue a directive to county election officials on the proper handling of absentee and mail-in ballots.
HARRISBURG – As the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission’s Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement looks into power outages and unreliable service offered by CenturyLink during and after Hurricane Ida, the commission is seeking comments on a proposed settlement with the utility, according to Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Cumberland), who has been advocating for improved service in rural communities.
In recent weeks, the General Assembly has been laboring on the 2022-23 state budget. I will release details once the spending blueprint becomes final.
HARRISBURG – The House of Representatives has unanimously passed legislation that would encourage electronic filing of campaign finance reports, according to the bill’s sponsor, Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Cumberland).
HARRISBURG – The House of Representatives today passed legislation that would allow school boards or administrators to purchase whole or 2% Pennsylvania milk and make it available to students, according to Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Cumberland), who supported the measure.
NEWPORT – Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Cumberland) will host a concealed-carry seminar Tuesday, May 10, for those wanting to learn more about Pennsylvania’s concealed-carry permitting process and firearms laws.
HARRISBURG – The biggest financial firms in the nation are using subjective social justice measures to determine what businesses can get money, according to Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Cumberland). And, unless steps are taken to stop this practice, consumers will likely be impacted as well, he said.
HARRISBURG – The $43.7 billion budget outlined by Gov. Tom Wolf today, particularly the 16.6 percent in increased spending, would be laughable if it wasn’t so serious, according to Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Cumberland).
WHO: Rep. Joe Hamm (R-Lycoming), Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Cumberland), Rep. John Hershey (R-Mifflin/Juniata), Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland), Rep. Seth Grove (R-York), others.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Cumberland) joined two state senators last week in asking the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) to convene an investigation into the recent week-long extended telephone service outage, ongoing maintenance issues, and unreliable and inadequate service experienced by constituents who are customers of CenturyLink.
The Governor’s Transportation Revenue Options Commission (TROC) recently recommended an 8.1 cents per mile driven “fee” as a way to address the state’s $9.35 billion (and growing) annual shortfall in highway, bridge, and mass transit funding.