Canceled: Schemel, Grove to Highlight ‘Reinventing Government’ Legislation Package

Jul. 30, 2019 /

Editor’s Note: This event has been canceled. It will be rescheduled for a future date. WHAT: Rep. Paul Schemel (R-Franklin) and Rep. Seth Grove (R-York) will discuss the Reinventing Government package of legislation, which includes Schemel’s House Bill 55 to combine the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services.

Reps. Ryan and Grove to Discuss Reinventing Government Legislation in Lebanon

Jul. 26, 2019 /

WHAT: A press conference to detail and answer questions about House Bills 52 through 58, bills that would merge eight existing state agencies into four new state agencies. These measures would establish BEST practices (Better Government, Economic Prosperity, Stronger and Healthier Communities for Taxpayers) in Harrisburg.

Wolf Chooses Party Over Pennsylvania, Vetoes Election Reform Bill

Jul. 08, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – York County Republican legislators are accusing Gov. Tom Wolf of heeding party wishes over the needs of Pennsylvania’s cash-strapped counties by vetoing much-needed election reform legislation today. Wolf’s decision to reject Senate Bill 48 kills efforts to help local governments with the cost of the 2020 election - after he unilaterally decertified all of the state’s voting machines - and do away with the antiquated straight-party voting option at polling places.

CTE Bill, Which Includes Grove Initiative, Approved by Senate

Jun. 27, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – The Senate unanimously approved today House Bill 265, which includes provisions by Rep. Seth Grove (R-Dover), to improve career and technical education (CTE) in Pennsylvania. The bill now goes back to the House for a concurrence vote.

House Sends Grove Bill to Increase Transparency to Senate

Jun. 27, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – Continuing his quest to improve transparency in state government, Rep. Seth Grove (R-Dover) introduced House Bill 1502 to help ensure taxpayers know how every cent they send to the state is appropriated. Grove’s legislation was advanced unanimously by the House today and now goes to the Senate for consideration.

Poor Fiscal Health Requires Better Fiscal Policy

Jun. 05, 2019 /

As we enter June, Pennsylvania government becomes focused on budgetary matters as the Commonwealth’s fiscal year ends June 30. The annual budget is the most important public policy state government does. It defines the direction and financial health of the Commonwealth for the next year. A bad budget one fiscal year can, and has, led to a devastating budget the following fiscal year.

Grove Issues Statement on Democrat Senate Plan to Spend Surplus

May. 30, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – In light of Sen. Vincent Hughes’ (D-Philadelphia/Montgomery) plan to spend surplus revenue from the 2018-19 state budget, or tap special fund reserve accounts for $125 million, Rep. Seth Grove (R-Dover) issued the following statement:

Grove to Host Citizens’ Forum in Spring Grove

May. 23, 2019 /

YORK – State Rep. Seth Grove (R-Dover) will hold a Citizens’ Forum at the Spring Grove Borough Building, 1 Campus Ave., on Thursday, May 30, from 6–8 p.m. to discuss legislative accomplishments and the budget.

Grove to Host Citizens’ Forum in Dover

May. 13, 2019 /

YORK – To give residents an update on the budget and discuss legislative accomplishments this session, state Rep. Seth Grove (R-Dover) will hold a Citizens’ Forum at the Dover Borough Building, 46 Butter Road, on Thursday, May 16, from 6–8 p.m.

Grove to Host Citizens’ Forum in New Office

May. 06, 2019 /

YORK – State Rep. Seth Grove (R-Dover) invites residents to a Citizens’ Forum he’ll hold at his new district office, 2501 Catherine St. in West Manchester Township, on Thursday, May 9, from 6–8 p.m.

Grove Bill, Part of Package to Repeal Out-Dated Bills, Approved by House

May. 01, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – The House on Wednesday approved legislation by Rep. Seth Grove (R-Dover) to repeal a decades-old act, which taxed stores and theaters and was ruled unconstitutional. Grove’s bill is part of a 29-bill package generated in the House to clear out antiquated acts. Twelve of the bills were approved by the House today.