MIFFLINBURG – The Union County District Attorney, Union County Sheriff’s Office, Pennsylvania State Police, and Pennsylvania Game Commission will be presenting at a Concealed Carry Seminar and answering questions from audience members on Thursday, Aug. 11. The presentation will begin at 6 p.m. and will be held at the Mifflinburg Area Middle School LGI, 75 Market St., Mifflinburg.
MIFFLINGBURG – The Pennsylvania State Police, Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement will be giving an informational presentation on Small Games of Chance and answering questions from audience members about its implementation on Wednesday, June 1. The presentation will begin at 6 p.m. and will be held at the Selinsgrove Borough Building, 1 North High St., Selinsgrove.
HARRISBURG — State lawmakers, leaders from organizations across the Commonwealth and other individuals dedicated to making Pennsylvania America’s next right-to-work state officially reintroduced the Pennsylvania Open Workforce Initiative (House Bills 1750-55) on Tuesday.
MIFFLINBURG – Rep. Fred Keller (85th District) issued the following statement regarding Governor Tom Wolf’s tax package expected to raise $5.2 billion over two years and includes a $3.5 billion increase in the Personal Income Tax and expansion of the Sales Tax coupled with various other tax increases:
WHAT: A news conference to discuss Gov. Tom Wolf’s created budget impasse, along with its expected impact on constituents and local social services. The lawmakers will also reiterate their opposition to the governor’s $13 billion tax increase over two years on Pennsylvania’s working families, and the impact of a potential natural gas severance tax on local businesses.
One month has passed since Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed the state budget. The goal should be to enact a budget built upon fact versus one built on the propaganda being circulated by the governor and special interest groups from Washington, D.C.
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Fred Keller (R-85) and his fellow lawmakers today sent an open letter to Pennsylvania taxpayers urging them to call Gov. Tom Wolf and tell him to stop his misguided plan to tax middle class families who are already struggling to make ends meet. The text of the letter follows:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Fred Keller (R-85) is encouraging local residents to be on the alert for an ongoing and resurgent nationwide telephone scam.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Fred Keller (R-85) issued the following statement regarding his “no” vote on House Bill 504, which was advanced by the Pennsylvania House on Wednesday:
MIFFLINBURG – Rep. Fred Keller (85th District) will be hosting a second town hall meeting from 6 - 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 28 at the Paxtonville VFW, 1555 Paxtonville Road, Middleburg. The meeting will include a discussion of the budget process as well as other state-related issues.
HARRISBURG – State Reps. Lynda Schlegel Culver (R-Northumberland/Snyder) and Fred Keller (R-Snyder/Union) are inviting those involved with area fire companies and EMS units to a meeting with Pennsylvania Fire Commissioner Tim Solobay.
MIFFLINBURG – Rep. Fred Keller (85th District) invites residents of Union and Snyder counties to two town hall meetings to discuss the budget process and other state-related issues.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Fred Keller (R-85) issued the following statement in response to the Governor’s budget address and proposal:
The 199th Session of the Pennsylvania General Assembly began on Tuesday, Jan. 6, when members of the state House and Senate took the oath of office. Pictured, from left, are area lawmakers, Rep. Fred Keller (R-Union/Snyder), Rep. Kurt Masser (R-Columbia/Montour/Northumberland), and Rep. Lynda Schlegel Culver (R-Northumberland/Snyder). The 2015-16 legislative session marks each of the lawmakers third term serving area residents in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
Either we face the truth or the taxpayers will suffer the consequences of inaction. Pennsylvania’s two pension systems, the Public School Employees Retirement System (PSERS) and State Employees Retirement System (SERS), are underfunded by no less than $50 billion, using the most optimistic calculations. This liability equates to a bill of more than $4,000 to every man, woman and child who resides in this Commonwealth. I have, and will continue to advocate for reform with the goals of protecting the benefits already earned by both retirees and current employees, providing future employees a method to save for retirement, and most importantly making the plan affordable to the Pennsylvania taxpayers who must fund all government services. Understanding the significant flaws of the current system and the subsequent causes of the $50 billion unfunded liability are essential to developing a solution which supports these goals.