First Responders and Our Communities

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives recently passed several bills aimed at addressing the crisis facing police, EMS, and other first responders. Rep. Lynda Culver comments on why taking action for our helpers and heroes is so important for our communities.

Sunbury Generation Tower Implosion

The Sunbury Generation Tower is imploded.

Supporting Our Heroes and Helpers

Rep. Lynda Culver discusses legislative efforts to support the fire and emergency services community across Pennsylvania. Skyrocketing operating costs and plummeting volunteerism have left many fire and ambulance companies struggling to keep their doors open. The “Heroes and Helpers” legislative package is designed to help encouraging volunteering, improve access to training and offer more flexible funding options.

State Budget Plan Moving Ahead

Rep. Lynda Culver comments on the 2019-20 Pennsylvania state budget proposal. The budget plan includes no new taxes, historic levels of funding for education, and saves for the future.

Selinsgrove Baseball Team Honored

State Rep. Lynda Culver recognizes the Selinsgrove Area High School Baseball Team for their championship season. Amassing a record of 20-5, the team eventually won the District Four Championship.

Scouts Honored On House Floor

On June 12th, 2019, Pa. State Rep. Lynda Schlegel-Culver recognizes scouts and the services they perform throughout America. The Scouts also give their 2nd annual report to the Commonwealth.

Observing National Women's Health Lung Week

Pa. State Rep. Lynda Schlegel-Culver brings attention to lung cancer among women.

Jeannine Markowski Cited For Years of Service

Pa. State Rep. Lynda Culver recognizes the longevity, dedication and service by Jeannine Markowski within Pennsylvania Government.

Culver Questions Dept. Of Aging

Pa. State Rep. Lynda Schlegel-Culver questions Robert Torres, Acting Secretary of the Department of Aging as to the type of care seniors are being provided.

Culver Speaks Of PTSD

Pa. State Rep. Lynda Schlegel-Culver questions as to how Post Traumatic Stress Disorder services can continue being provided in the coming state budget.