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Senate Passes Senator Mensch’s Budget Reform Legislation

September 28, 2016
The Pennsylvania Senate passed Senate Bill 1341, sponsored by Senator Bob Mensch (R-24), which would help eliminate wasteful government spending in Pennsylvania. Listen     [Read More]

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Reshoring/offshoring, and automation, industrial robotics and 3D printing in relation to the manufacturing industry

September 23, 2016
JOINT HEARING - Economy, Business and Jobs Caucus AND Manufacturing Caucus - September 28, 2016 Listen     [Read More]

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Performance Based Budgeting

September 16, 2016
Joint Hearing - Senate Appropriations and Majority Policy Committees - September 20, 2016   Listen   [Read More]

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Senator Mensch hosted Judy Smith, Wendy Ormsby, and Jennifer Arevalo in Harrisburg.

June 29, 2016
Senator Mensch hosted Judy Smith, Wendy Ormsby, and Jennifer Arevalo in Harrisburg.   Listen   [Read More]

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Senator Mensch Participates in Press Conference on Prostate Cancer Task Force

June 21, 2016
Senator Bob Mensch (R-24) joined Governor Tom Wolf during ceremonial signing of SB 609. SB 609, now Act 66 of 2015, was sponsored by Senator Mensch and is designed to create greater public awareness of measures available to detect, diagnose and treat prostate cancer and related chronic prostate conditions.     [Read More]

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Legislative Budget and Finance Committee Meeting

June 15, 2016
Legislative Budget and Finance Committee Meeting     [Read More]

Pennsylvania Newsmakers

May 31, 2016
Senator Mensch participated in the May 29th edition of Pennsylvania Newsmakers, hosted by Terry Madonna, which featured a discussion of the employment of folks with disabilities, with Lewis Hall, Digital Community Manager for #IwantToWork, David W. Patti, President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Business Council. Watch here.   [Read More]

Senate Passes Mensch Bill to Continue State Military College Legislative Appointment Program and Mensch Resolution Urging Administration to Update Statewide Radio Network System

May 18, 2016
Senator Bob Mensch’s (R-24) legislation, SB 1194, to remove the sunset date of June 30, 2016 from the “State Military College Legislative Appointment Initiative” (Act 29 of 2012) passed the Senate unanimously. Listen   [Read More]

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Legislative Budget & Finance Committee

May 18, 2016
Meeting of the Legislative Budget & Finance Committee to release reports on Pennsylvania's current and future need for long-term care services for veterans and the impact of tavern gaming on the PA State Lottery.     [Read More]

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Senate Education Committee

May 11, 2016
Following the public hearing on adult literacy with the ?#?PASenate Education Committee, Senator Mensch made remarks regarding his SB 1194 which removes the sunset date for the State Military College Legislative Appointment Initiative Program Act.     [Read More]

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May 2016 – The Mensch Report

April 29, 2016
On this edition of the Mensch Report, Senator Mensch discusses the need for increased awareness about prostate cancer with Dr. Angelo Baccala, Chief of Urology for the Lehigh Valley Health Network.     [Read More]

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Senator Mensch Participates in PA Commission for Community College Press Conference

April 05, 2016
Senator Bob Mensch (R-24), co-chair of the bipartisan Community College Caucus, participated in the Pennsylvania Commission for Community College’s Press Conference in Harrisburg today to bring awareness to community colleges and their need for increased funding.     [Read More]

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Senator Mensch Holds 6th Community Safety Conference on Heroin Epidemic

March 31, 2016
Senator Bob Mensch (R-24) held his 6th Community Safety Conference on Wednesday, March 30, 2016 at the Richland Township building. The conference is the sixth in a series of Community Safety Conferences (CSC) held by Senator Mensch.     [Read More]

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Health and Human Services Subcommittee

March 21, 2016
Senator Mensch participated in the Infrastructure, Environment & Government Operation Appropriations Subcommittee Meeting regarding Health & Human Services. During the hearing, he asked about reducing the waiting list for those needing services.     [Read More]

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Department of Health Budget Hearing

March 08, 2016
During the PA Department of Health budget hearing, Senator Mensch asked about the impact of the Governor's vetoes and reduction in line items for preventative healthcare. In addition, he asked for their input on the standards for cancer screenings.     [Read More]

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Liquor Control Board Budget Hearing

March 08, 2016
During the PA Senate Liquor Control Board budget hearing, Senator Mensch asked about the measurements in place to monitor inventory/sales in stores and measuring investment of stores.     [Read More]

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Education Budget Hearing

March 08, 2016
During the PA Senate budget hearing for Pennsylvania Department of Education, Senator Mensch mentioned that only 19 cents of every dollar spent on education goes towards the classroom. In addition, he stressed that PA needs to consider more measureable standards and implement more accountability in order to ensure that every education dollar spent has the greatest impact on education.     [Read More]

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Revenue/Lottery Budget Hearing

March 07, 2016
  During the PA Department of Revenue/Lottery hearing, Senator Mensch asked Secretary McNulty about the damaging effects that the bank shares tax increase will have on the consumer. In addition, he emphasized that the Governor's proposed 10%-11% tax increase will only hurt the middle class.   [Read More]

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DHS Budget Hearing

March 07, 2016
  During the budget hearing for the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, Senator Mensch talked to the Secretary about the growing concerns shared by service providers in the 24th Senatorial District, which included concerns regarding the support intensity scale and the compensation for support service personnel.   [Read More]