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Chambersburg, PA 17201
Tel: 717-264-3943
Fax: 717-264-2893

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Shippensburg PA 17257
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Capitol Office

Rm 312 Main Capitol
PO Box 202089
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2089
Tel: 717-705-2004
Fax: 717-787-9840

Email:
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My Video Links
Here you will find video clips about important events that have taken place during the current and past Legislative Sessions.
Labor and Industry Committee - 9/24/2018:
Voting meeting on HB 297, HB 861, HB 1781, HB 2571 and HB 2593 and any other business that may come before the committee.
Labor and Industry Committee - 9/6/2018:
Public hearing on HB 1965, HB 2280, HB 2282, HB 2283 HB 2284, HB 2286 and HB 2475.
House Labor and Industry Committee - 6/21/2018:
House Labor and Industry Committee - Voting meeting on HB 2071 and any other business that may come before the committee.
House Labor and Industry Committee. - 6/18/2018:
House Labor and Industry Committee - Voting meeting on HB 2459, SB 934 and any other business that may come before the committee.
House Labor and Industry Committee. - 6/12/2018:
House Labor and Industry Committee - Voting meeting on HR 828, HR 829, HB 2458 and any other business that may come before the committee.
Labor & IndustryLabor & Industry Hearing on Harassment & Sexual Misconduct in the Workplace - 4/24/2018:
Part 2 Afternoon Session - Hearing on Harassment and Sexual Misconduct.
Labor & Industry Hearing on Harassment & Sexual Misconduct in the workplace - 4/24/2018:
Chaired by Rep. Rob Kauffman, various testimony discusses problems and possible solutions to assist in providing solid legislation to overcome this growing problem.
House Labor and Industry Committee. - 4/16/2018:
House Labor and Industry Committee - Public hearing on HB 1781.
House Labor and Industry Committee. - 3/16/2018:
House Labor and Industry Committee - Consideration of House Resolution 754.
House Republican Press Conference, Opioid Epidemic, 01.23.18 - 1/24/2018:
Speaker Mike Turzai and other House Republicans lead a press conference noting that opioids have been prescribed to injured Pennsylvania workers far more than in other states and with higher dosage amounts, making it all the more likely workers fall prey to addiction and overdose.