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E-news Updates – July 13, 2024
July 13, 2024

E-news Updates – July 13, 2024

In this Update: Gebhard Initiative Implemented in Pro-Growth Budget Senate Passes Gebhard Bill Naming New Bridge After Sen. David J. Arnold Jr. Gebhard Bill Benefitting Police Officers Passes Senate License Plate Replacement Event Program Connecting Veterans with Benefits Receives Senate Approval Senate Votes to Expand Authority of Hospice Licensed Practical Nurses Online Dashboard Shows Tick […]  [Read More]

Gebhard Initiative Implemented in Pro-Growth Budget
July 11, 2024

Gebhard Initiative Implemented in Pro-Growth Budget

The Senate approved a fiscally responsible 2024-25 state budget today that expands opportunities for educational choice and methods to grow our economy and strengthen our local communities while continuing to respect the taxpayers, according to Sen. Chris Gebhard (R-48). “While I am disappointed that my proposal, which passed the Senate in a bipartisan vote of 36-14 but fell on deaf ears in t  [Read More]

Meeting to consider HB2132
Published: July 9, 2024   |  Meeting: Wednesday, July 10

Meeting to consider HB2132

Senate Communication, Economic and Recreational Development Committee | Rules Committee Conference Room  [Read More]

Senate Passes Gebhard Bill Naming New Bridge After Public Servant
July 9, 2024

Senate Passes Gebhard Bill Naming New Bridge After Public Servant

The Senate approved legislation to name a new bridge in honor of the late Sen. David J. Arnold Jr., according to Sen. Chris Gebhard (R-48), who authored the legislative language making the designation possible.  [Read More]

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Meet Chris Gebhard

Chris Gebhard was first elected to serve the residents of the 48th Senatorial District in a special election on May 18, 2021. Composed of the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, the district contains all of Lebanon County and portions of Berks and Lancaster counties. While in office, Gebhard wants to protect our Constitutional individual liberties; ensure PA has secure and honest elections; strengthen the Commonwealth’s economy and schools; assist small business owners competing in a world of overregulation; and help draft fiscally responsible budgets that put families and taxpayers first.
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