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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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Indiana County Moving to Green Phase on June 5

May. 29, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – State Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) today announced that Indiana County is scheduled to transition to the green phase of the governor’s reopening plan on Friday, June 5. Other counties transitioning to the green phase on June 5 include Allegheny, Armstrong, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Clinton, Fayette, Fulton, Greene, Lycoming, Mercer, Somerset, Washington and Westmoreland counties.

Indiana County to Receive $7.6 Million in Federal Relief Funds

May. 28, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) and Sen. Joe Pittman (R-Armstrong/Butler/Indiana/Westmoreland) today announced that the House of Representatives today passed Senate Bill 1108, which would distribute $7,592,536 in federal relief funds to Indiana County through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

House Passes Struzzi Bill to Protect Victims with Disabilities, Sent to Senate

May. 20, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – The House of Representatives today took steps to strengthen protections for people with physical and intellectual disabilities by passing House Bill 2056, authored by Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana).This bill would charge any individual who intentionally causes bodily injury to a person with a physical or intellectual disability with aggravated assault, a felony of the second degree. Currently, the law dictates that “serious bodily injury” is necessary for charges to be elevated beyond misdemeanor simple assault.

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