In the wake of the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock, D-Phila, on March 22, 2016 discusses the importance of new legislation aimed at protecting Pennsylvanians from potential lead contamination from aging paint and water pipes. Read more
Pa. state Rep. Dona Bullock questions Department of Education Secretary Pedro Rivera about how Pre-K and early childcare programs would benefit from a proposed budget increase. Bullock also inquires about the level of diversity within the Department of Education workforce. Read more
Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock has been asking the management of Pennsylvania departments and agencies during state budget hearings about the hiring of women and minorities. Bullock believes Pennsylvania needs to be a model for public and private sector hiring by having a workforce the reflects the population of the people they serve. Read more
Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock talked with Pennsylvania Department of Environment Protection Secretary John Quigley about the current status of air quality, especially in urban areas like Philadelphia. Read more
Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock speaks with Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Colonel Tyree Blocker during a House Appropriations budget hearing on the current status of women and minorities serving as troopers and the agency's efforts to improve those numbers. Read more
Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock questions Department of Transportation Secretary Leslie Richards about making all public transit stations handicap accessible and the current diversity in the workforce in the Department of Transportation. Read more
At a House Appropriations Committee budget hearing, Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock questions Department of State Secretary Pedro Cortes about protecting the public with regards to charitable solicitations and the employment diversity within the Department of State. Read more
Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock discussed with officials from the Pa. Gaming Control Board the employment statistics for women and minorities on the board as well as in Pennsylvania's casinos. Additionally, she inquired about "second chance" hiring practices for people with a criminal record. The discussion took place at a House Appropriations Committee hearing on the 2016-17 Pa. state budget. Read more
Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock discusses with two Pa. state Supreme Court Justices the statistics and information on foster kids aging out of the system in Pennsylvania. Bullock continues with questioning about diversity in the state judiciary system. The discussion took place at a House Appropriations Committee hearing on the 2016-17 Pa. state budget. Read more
Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock talks with the Secretary of the Dept. of Aging, Teresa Osborne about issues surrounding the aging population in Pennsylvania. The discussion took place at a House Appropriations Committee hearing on the 2016-17 Pa. state budget. Bullock sits on both the Appropriations and Aging Committees in the Pa. House. Read more
Forms for Pennsylvania’s Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program for the 2015 tax year are available at my district office – and my staff is ready to help you file yours for free ! The rebate program benefits eligible Pennsylvanians 65 or older, widows and widowers 50 or older, and people with disabilities 18 or older. The income limit is $35,000 a year for homeowners and $15,000 annually for renters. Half of Social Security income is excluded and the maximum standard rebate is $650. Claimants must reapply for rebates every year because they are based on annual income and property taxes or rent paid each year. Spouses, personal representatives or estates may file rebate claims on behalf of deceased claimants who lived at least one day in 2015 and meet all other eligibility criteria. The oft-extended deadline to apply for a rebate on property taxes or rent paid in 2015 is June 30, 2016, and the rebates normally are distributed by the Deparment of Revenue beginning July 1. So, the sooner you file, the sooner you will receive your money. Read more
State Rep. Donna Bullock, D-Phila., was appointed to the House Appropriations Committee today.
Bullock also serves on the Aging & Older Adult Services, Liquor Control, State Government and Policy committees.
"It’s a tremendous honor and privilege to be named to the Appropriations Committee, and I look forward to working with new colleagues to help get Pennsylvania out of this budget deadlock," she said. "I’m pleased to have the trust of my caucus leadership to undertake this important role."
This is a Moms Clean Air Force exclusive interview with Pennsylvania State Representative Donna Bullock: Read more
State Rep. Donna Bullock, D-Phila., announced today that the Strawberry Mansion Neighborhood Action Center will be giving out turkeys and trimmings at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24 at the Strawberry Mansion NAC office, 2829 W. Diamond St.
Bullock will be in Harrisburg for House session, but representatives from her office will be on hand to assist anyone with state-related matters and help hand out more than 100 turkeys.
Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock says a measure aimed to protect police officers involved in a shooting from having their names publicly released is too vague in how it would be enforced and could end up hurting victims and their families. Read more
Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock is joined by hundreds of students to demand the Commonwealth do more to help Cheyney University – America’s oldest historically Black institution of higher education – as it struggles to survive in a time of budget crisis and faltering student enrollment. Read more
Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock supports H.R. 544, which brings awareness to the growing problem of youth homelessness in the commonwealth. Bullock says she knows firsthand the negative effects homelessness can have on young children, and more needs to be done to make sure our children have consistency both at home and at school. H.R. 544 names Nov. 2 through 6 as “Pennsylvania Education for Youth Experiencing Homelessness Awareness Week” and Nov. 6, 2015 as “Red Shirt Day” in Pa. Read more
State Rep. Donna Bullock will join Will’s Eye Hospital’s mobile team from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22, at Blaine Elementary School to provide free eye exams to students.
The school visit was organized as part of “Meet the Blind Month” and “White Cane Safety Day” and is modeled after Will's Eye's upcoming “Give Kids Sight Day” and other school outreach programs, said Bullock, D-Philadelphia.
State Rep. Donna Bullock, D-Phila., released the following statement regarding her vote in favor of a compromise tax plan today in the House:
“We lawmakers have heard all along from our constituents that they want to see compromise, cooperation, new ideas and, ultimately, answers for the mess Pennsylvania is in. We responded today by putting forth such a plan in an attempt to bring seniors tax relief, to put money into our schools and to restore funding to human-service agencies – all things Pennsylvanians have been asking for.
Pa. state Rep. Donna Bullock thanks the House of Representatives for their unanimous support of her House Resolution designating Meet the Blind Month and White Cane Safety Day in Pennsylvania. Read more
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