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Friday, May 10, 2019

News from State Representative Matt Gabler

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Friday, May 10, 2019
The latest news from the State Capitol 

This email includes:
  • Protecting Your Second Amendment Rights
  • Coming to Elk County This Saturday!
  • Reducing Government Waste
  • Expanding Opportunities in Education
  • Recognizing Our Future Leaders
  • Attention Veterans!
  • Improving CPR Education to Save Lives

Protecting Your Second Amendment Rights

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It truly is an honor to have been asked to address the crowd at Monday’s 2nd Amendment Rally at the state Capitol.

With so many tremendous speakers scheduled to appear, I kept my message short and to the point, as you’ll hear in the video clip above.                                    

Coming to Elk County This Saturday!


Reducing Government Waste

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The state House is devoting the month of May to giving our state government a long-overdue upgrade.

Having “government done right” means upgrading to a more effective and efficient government while providing core services. It means repealing out-of-date laws, reexamining the effectiveness of some state boards and commissions, and putting a stop to the red tape and overregulation that has tied the hands of job creators and hampered economic progress.

Perfect example - my House Bill 1335, which would remove from the books an outdated law which no longer serves a purpose.

Thanks for listening to my explanation in the video above.

Expanding Opportunities in Education

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On Tuesday, the House passed legislation that would provide tens of thousands of additional Pennsylvania families the ability to choose a school that best fits the needs of their children under the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.

The video above explains why I joined colleagues on both sides of aisle to move
House Bill 800 to the state Senate.

Local Leaders Visit the State Capitol

The Greater DuBois Leadership Institute identifies, recruits, educates and motivates current and potential leaders.

Taking this class gives future leaders access to training, guidance, and networking opportunities that make our community better in the long run.

The last session before graduation culminates with a trip to Harrisburg, and it was a honor for me to meet them yesterday and discuss local issues.

Thank you for providing DuBois and its surrounding area a bright future!

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The House recently approved my legislation recognizing the 80th anniversary of the Pennsylvania Jaycees.

It was an honor to present a House citation to (from left) former Pennsylvania Jaycees President Colleen Witman, State Treasurer Sheri Price (from DuBois), former President Peter Urscheler and current Jaycees President Neil Hanes from St. Marys.

The video above is a recording of my floor remarks.

Attention Veterans

The first Tuesday of every month, Service Officer Bradley Baranski from the Pennsylvania American Legion visits my DuBois district office from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to answer individual questions and offer information on veterans’ programs and benefits.

Last Tuesday, veteran Lyle Millard from Frenchville stopped to ask a few questions.

Thank you for your service, Lyle!
Improving CPR Education to Save Lives

This week the House passed Senate Bill 115 aimed at teaching students cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to help them save lives.

The bill would require the Pennsylvania Department of Education to work with the Department of Health and other stakeholders to develop curriculum that could be used by schools across the state. The aim is to help reduce the more than 350,000 cardiac arrests that occur outside of a hospital each year by preparing students to save lives through CPR and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).

The bill now heads to the state Senate.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

To bad you don't care to protect our kids from gun violence but then kids don't vote do they!!! They just pay the price with their lives. Gun kill people period and the last thing we need is more guns in the hand of untrained and often unstable people out in the public square.