Meet Rep. Seth Grove

State Rep. Seth Grove represents the 196th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving portions of York County.

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Reinventing Government

With a focus on creating better government, more economic prosperity and stronger communities, House Republicans unveiled legislation to do what’s best for Pennsylvania by bringing sweeping changes to streamline state government and improve services for Pennsylvanians.

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How Can My Office Serve You?

My staff will be happy to help you with state-related issues. A few services offered include car registrations; property tax/rent rebate applications; birth certificate and death record applications; and much more.

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The 196th Legislative District encompasses part of YORK County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Dover, Jackson, North Codorus, Paradise and West Manchester and the BOROUGHS of Dover, New Salem and Spring Grove.

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I offer veterans’ outreach assistance with Paul DeVincenzo, an American Legion service officer, each month, traditionally on the first Thursday of the month at my district office. The officer can help with compensation, pension, death benefits, education and health care, as well as any issues pertaining to veterans benefits or the U.S. Veterans Administration.

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Latest News

York College Names Grove One of 50 Spartans

Oct. 18, 2019 /

DOVER – Rep. Seth Grove (R-Dover) was recognized by his alma mater when York College named him one of 50 Spartans in recognition of York College of Pennsylvania’s 50th Anniversary and presented him with an award.

House Government Oversight Committee to Take Testimony at First-Ever Public Hearing

Oct. 17, 2019 /

WHAT: The House Government Oversight Committee, chaired by Rep. Seth Grove (R-York), will hold its first-ever public hearing to receive testimony for its investigation into a lobbying disclosure law. The committee is reviewing the Department of State’s implementation of transparency provisions to determine if the goals laid out in the law are being met. Under the law, the department must publicly post on its website filings from lobbyists within seven days of receipt.

Bills Target Criminals, Not Second Amendment Rights

Oct. 17, 2019 /

Firearm violence, and all violence, is a sad aspect of our society. Though tragic mass shootings splash on newscasts and newspapers, individual shootings rarely make the news as they once did, despite these kinds of shootings being more prevalent in our community. Any kind of firearm violence in which innocent individuals are needlessly slain is unacceptable. A single innocent person being killed should stir the same emotions as those invoked by a mass killing.

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