Struzzi Concerned with New School Grant Program
Mar. 20, 2023 / Embed
During a House Appropriations Committee budget hearing, state Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) questioned Acting Secretary of Education Dr. Khalid Mumin about Gov. Josh Shapiro’s $100 million proposal to establish an Environmental Repairs and Improvements Grant program for Pennsylvania's schools.
Struzzi on Shapiro Budget Proposal: Many Good Points but RGGI Remains
Mar. 07, 2023 / Embed
A nearly 6% increase in spending and a desire to raid Pennsylvania’s Rainy Day Fund are the hallmarks of Gov. Josh Shapiro’s budget proposal for the 2023-24 fiscal year.
Struzzi Recognizes Local Farm Show Scholarship Winner.
Jan. 10, 2023 / Embed
On Tuesday, Jan.10, state Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) spoke with Indiana County Fair Queen Elizabeth Bruner of Blairsville, recipient of an award from the Pennsylvania Farm Show Scholarship Foundation.
Struzzi Legislation Supports PA Workers, Addresses Long-Standing Environmental Issue
Oct. 26, 2022 / Embed
Promoting the Pennsylvania workforce and making headway on a decades-old environmental problem in the commonwealth is the basis of legislation authored by state Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) that is a governor’s signature away from becoming law. Here are his floor remarks in support of House Bill 2528.
Struzzi Comments on Budget
Jul. 07, 2022 / Embed
State Rep. Jim Struzzi gives his take on the recently passed House Budget.
Struzzi Drug Overdose Prevention Legislation Advanced by the House
Jun. 20, 2022 / Embed
With Monday’s unanimous passage of House Bill 1393, state Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) is pleased to see his effort to address Pennsylvania’s drug overdose epidemic take another step in the legislative process.
Struzzi Bill to Prioritize Pennsylvania Workers
Jun. 20, 2022 / Embed
State Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) wants in-state workers to have the first opportunity to solve a decades-old environmental problem.
Struzzi Legislation to Expedite Care for Patients in Need of Behavioral Health Care Advanced by House Committee
Apr. 26, 2022 / Embed
The House Human Services Committee today advanced legislation authored by Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) that would better ensure timely and appropriate care for patients with behavioral health care needs.
Five Dollar Donations for Children and Youth
Apr. 11, 2022 / Embed
State Rep. Jim Struzzi (R-Indiana) is a member of the House Children and Youth Committee, which held an April 11 informational hearing on Pennsylvania’s Children’s Trust Fund (CTF), which supplies grants to community-based groups whose focus includes preventing child abuse and neglect. CTF is funded primarily by a $10 surcharge on all marriage licenses and divorce complaint applications, both of which are on the decline. He's a cosponsor of House Bill 2437, which would allow individuals renewing registrations or a driver’s license to include an optional $5 donation to the CTF. During the hearing, Struzzi asked Bruce Clash from CTF’s board of directors about the need for that funding, as well as the board not having a full complement of representatives from the Senate due to a lack of appointees by Gov. Tom Wolf.
Instituting a legislative check against bad energy policy
Mar. 30, 2022 / Embed
Rep. Jim Struzzi explains his legislation to reassert legislative authority and require the General Assembly’s approval before the Commonwealth can enter multi-state compacts, like the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, that would increase energy taxes on Pennsylvanians.