Struzzi, House Committees Receive Updates on PASSHE Reorganization

Aug. 03, 2021 / Embed

On Tuesday, Aug. 3, I traveled to Harrisburg with the House Appropriations Committee for a public hearing on Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s (PASSHE) implementation plan for improvement of operations. Here is a recording of my exchange with Chancellor Daniel Greenstein.

Supporting a Responsible State Budget

Jun. 25, 2021 / Embed

PA State Rep. Jim Struzzi details his support of the 2021-22 PA Budget plan.

Struzzi Looks To Promote Entertainment Industry

May. 05, 2021 / Embed

Representative Jim Struzzi speaks of legislation that would provide grants to small businesses within the performing arts, spectator sports, amusement, gambling, and recreation industries.

Struzzi Legislation Honors Local Heroes

Mar. 17, 2021 / Embed

Two notable men with ties to Indiana County are a step closer to being honored through legislation I've authored. Here are my floor remarks made in between votes on House bills 56 and 57, both of which passed unanimously.

House Advances Struzzi's 'Cody's Law' Legislation

Mar. 16, 2021 / Embed

It's called "Cody's Law, and House Bill 185 would render a person able to be convicted of aggravated assault if he or she causes bodily injury to an individual with a physical or intellectual disability. My House Bill 185 now sits with the state Senate following bipartisan support in the House. Here are my floor remarks in support of the legislation, as well as some background on the bill.

Struzzi Honors Former Indiana County Legislator

Mar. 16, 2021 / Embed

On Tuesday, March 16, I authored a condolence resolution to honor the memory and service of former state Rep. Paul Wass, who represented residents of the 62nd Legislative District from 1977 to 1990. Here are my floor remarks made in relation to the resolution.

Struzzi Questions Unemployment Numbers

Mar. 02, 2021 / Embed

Rep. Jim Struzzi asked a question during budget hearing for Dept. of Labor and Industry. Acting Sec. Berrier noted there were 6.1 million jobs before the pandemic and now there are 5.6 million jobs, the remainder being permanently lost.

Struzzi Questions Secretary Redding During Appropriations Budget Hearing

Feb. 24, 2021 / Embed

Representative Jim Struzzi questions Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding during a budget hearing for the Dept. of Agriculture.

Rep. Struzzi Questions the PA Department of Corrections on 2021-22 PA Budget

Feb. 17, 2021 / Embed

Rep. Heffley questions Secretary of Corrections John Wetzel about correctional officer safety during a recent House Appropriations budget hearing.

Struzzi Comments During House Budget Hearings

Feb. 09, 2021 / Embed

At the February 9, 2021 House Appropriations hearings, Representative Jim Struzzi questions Chancellor Daniel Greenstein about tuition costs for out-of-state students.