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PA State Rep. Jim Struzzi represents the 62nd Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Indiana County.

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The 62nd Legislative District consists of part of INDIANA County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Armstrong, Brush Valley, Buffington, Burrell, Center, Cherryhill, East Wheatfield, Pine, Washington, West Wheatfield and White and the BOROUGHS of Armagh, Blairsville, Clymer, Creekside, Homer City, Indiana and Shelocta.

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Struzzi to Host Concealed Carry Seminar

Oct. 18, 2021 /

WHAT: State Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) will host a concealed carry seminar in an effort to ensure residents are aware of their Second Amendment rights. Constituents in the 62nd District have questions about Pennsylvania’s concealed carry laws and the purpose of this event is to give people the facts and address a lot of the misconceptions. Those in attendance will hear directly from informed speakers who know the rights and responsibilities of gun owners.

Struzzi to Rename Cambria County Bridge

Oct. 06, 2021 /

WHAT: State Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) will host a ceremony to officially rename the State Route 271 (also referred to as 24th St.) bridge that crosses the West Branch of the Susquehanna River in Northern Cambria Borough as the Sergeant William Stock Memorial Bridge. Struzzi authored the original legislation, House Bill 56, which was signed into law in June as Act 17 of 2021.

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