Photos from Harrisburg and around the district

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes students in the Keystone Girls State program to Harrisburg.  The program, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, is a week-long, simulated government learning experience.

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes students in the Keystone Girls State program to Harrisburg. The program, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, is a week-long, simulated government learning experience.



Keystone Girls State Students

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes students in the Keystone Girls State program to Harrisburg. The program, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, is a week-long, simulated government learning experience.

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes Mark and Linda McLean, along with their son Seth, to Harrisburg.

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes Mark and Linda McLean, along with their son Seth, to Harrisburg.



Davis Welcomes the McLean Family to Harrisburg

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes Mark and Linda McLean, along with their son Seth, to Harrisburg.

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes her constituent, Mike Hepp, and his business partner, Glen Moore, to Harrisburg, as they displayed their dragster on Commonwealth Avenue outside of the state Capitol as part of Motorsports Day.

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes her constituent, Mike Hepp, and his business partner, Glen Moore, to Harrisburg, as they displayed their dragster on Commonwealth Avenue outside of the state Capitol as part of Motorsports Day.



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Rep. Tina Davis welcomes her constituent, Mike Hepp, and his business partner, Glen Moore, to Harrisburg, as they displayed their dragster on Commonwealth Avenue outside of the state Capitol as part of Motorsports Day.

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes her district office summer intern, Levittown resident Vincent Montoya-Armanios, to Harrisburg to see state government at work.

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes her district office summer intern, Levittown resident Vincent Montoya-Armanios, to Harrisburg to see state government at work.



Davis Welcomes Summer 2017 Intern

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes her district office summer intern, Levittown resident Vincent Montoya-Armanios, to Harrisburg to see state government at work.

Rep. Tina Davis speaks at the 14th annual A.B.A.T.E. Motorcycle Rights Rally.

Rep. Tina Davis speaks at the 14th annual A.B.A.T.E. Motorcycle Rights Rally.



A.B.A.T.E. Motorcycle Rights Rally

Rep. Tina Davis speaks at the 14th annual A.B.A.T.E. Motorcycle Rights Rally.

Rep. Tina Davis speaks during a Legislative Panel at Rep. Dan Miller's 4th annual Children and Youth Disability and Mental Health Summit in Pittsburgh.

Rep. Tina Davis speaks during a Legislative Panel at Rep. Dan Miller's 4th annual Children and Youth Disability and Mental Health Summit in Pittsburgh.



Davis Comments on State Policies on Disability and Mental Health

Rep. Tina Davis speaks during a Legislative Panel at Rep. Dan Miller's 4th annual Children and Youth Disability and Mental Health Summit in Pittsburgh.

Rep. Tina Davis speaks on HR 88, a House Resolution recognizing National Women's History Month and International Women's Day.

Rep. Tina Davis speaks on HR 88, a House Resolution recognizing National Women's History Month and International Women's Day.



National Women's History Month and International Women's Day Resolution

Rep. Tina Davis speaks on HR 88, a House Resolution recognizing National Women's History Month and International Women's Day.

After hearing Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget remarks, Rep. Tina Davis is encouraged by the governor’s strong commitment to increasing education funding, enhancing drug treatment proposals, creating a severance tax on natural gas drilling, and raising the minimum wage to $12 an hour.

After hearing Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget remarks, Rep. Tina Davis is encouraged by the governor’s strong commitment to increasing education funding, enhancing drug treatment proposals, creating a severance tax on natural gas drilling, and raising the minimum wage to $12 an hour.



2017-18 Budget Address

After hearing Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget remarks, Rep. Tina Davis is encouraged by the governor’s strong commitment to increasing education funding, enhancing drug treatment proposals, creating a severance tax on natural gas drilling, and raising the minimum wage to $12 an hour.

After hearing Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget remarks, Rep. Tina Davis is encouraged by the governor’s strong commitment to increasing education funding, enhancing drug treatment proposals, creating a severance tax on natural gas drilling, and raising the minimum wage to $12 an hour.

After hearing Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget remarks, Rep. Tina Davis is encouraged by the governor’s strong commitment to increasing education funding, enhancing drug treatment proposals, creating a severance tax on natural gas drilling, and raising the minimum wage to $12 an hour.



2017-18 Budget Address

After hearing Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget remarks, Rep. Tina Davis is encouraged by the governor’s strong commitment to increasing education funding, enhancing drug treatment proposals, creating a severance tax on natural gas drilling, and raising the minimum wage to $12 an hour.

Rep. Davis welcomes Asmita Gurung and Bailey Ziencik as part of the annual GirlGov program at the Capitol. GirlGov, created by teen women for teen women, is designed to provide teen girls with the opportunity to learn about government, civics, advocacy, philanthropy, community involvement, women’s history and leadership.

Rep. Davis welcomes Asmita Gurung and Bailey Ziencik as part of the annual GirlGov program at the Capitol. GirlGov, created by teen women for teen women, is designed to provide teen girls with the opportunity to learn about government, civics, advocacy, philanthropy, community involvement, women’s history and leadership.



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Rep. Davis welcomes Asmita Gurung and Bailey Ziencik as part of the annual GirlGov program at the Capitol. GirlGov, created by teen women for teen women, is designed to provide teen girls with the opportunity to learn about government, civics, advocacy, philanthropy, community involvement, women’s history and leadership.

Rep. Davis joined state Rep. Dan Frankel (at podium) Gov. Tom Wolf, Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and other lawmakers for a news conference called to oppose to H.B. 1948, the most restrictive abortion bill in the nation. At the news conference, three Pennsylvania women told how the bill would have harmed them.

Rep. Davis joined state Rep. Dan Frankel (at podium) Gov. Tom Wolf, Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and other lawmakers for a news conference called to oppose to H.B. 1948, the most restrictive abortion bill in the nation. At the news conference, three Pennsylvania women told how the bill would have harmed them.



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Rep. Davis joined state Rep. Dan Frankel (at podium) Gov. Tom Wolf, Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and other lawmakers for a news conference called to oppose to H.B. 1948, the most restrictive abortion bill in the nation. At the news conference, three Pennsylvania women told how the bill would have harmed them.

Rep. Davis greets recovery house providers, clients, family of addicts and government officials who testified at a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing about her legislation, H.B. 1884. The measure would create a State Board of Recovery Residences to provide for standards, monitoring and inspection of recovery houses.

Rep. Davis greets recovery house providers, clients, family of addicts and government officials who testified at a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing about her legislation, H.B. 1884. The measure would create a State Board of Recovery Residences to provide for standards, monitoring and inspection of recovery houses.



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Rep. Davis greets recovery house providers, clients, family of addicts and government officials who testified at a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing about her legislation, H.B. 1884. The measure would create a State Board of Recovery Residences to provide for standards, monitoring and inspection of recovery houses.

The Bucks County delegation and House Speaker Mike Turzai this week welcomed the 2015 PIAA Boys Class AA championship basketball team, the Conwell-Egan Eagles, to Harrisburg, where the team was recognized in the House chamber. The Eagles, coached by Frank Sciolla, captured the school's first ever state championship and the first boys basketball PIAA title in lower Bucks County since 1975, by defeating previously unbeaten Aliquippa 62-51 in March in Hershey.

The Bucks County delegation and House Speaker Mike Turzai this week welcomed the 2015 PIAA Boys Class AA championship basketball team, the Conwell-Egan Eagles, to Harrisburg, where the team was recognized in the House chamber. The Eagles, coached by Frank Sciolla, captured the school's first ever state championship and the first boys basketball PIAA title in lower Bucks County since 1975, by defeating previously unbeaten Aliquippa 62-51 in March in Hershey.



House recognizes state champion Conwell-Egan basketball team

The Bucks County delegation and House Speaker Mike Turzai this week welcomed the 2015 PIAA Boys Class AA championship basketball team, the Conwell-Egan Eagles, to Harrisburg, where the team was recognized in the House chamber. The Eagles, coached by Frank Sciolla, captured the school's first ever state championship and the first boys basketball PIAA title in lower Bucks County since 1975, by defeating previously unbeaten Aliquippa 62-51 in March in Hershey.

Rep. Tina Davis testifies during an April 23, 2015, hearing by the House Gaming Oversight Committee to obtain additional information relating to small games of chance reporting and enforcement.

Rep. Tina Davis testifies during an April 23, 2015, hearing by the House Gaming Oversight Committee to obtain additional information relating to small games of chance reporting and enforcement.



Gaming oversight

Rep. Tina Davis testifies during an April 23, 2015, hearing by the House Gaming Oversight Committee to obtain additional information relating to small games of chance reporting and enforcement.

Gov. Tom Wolf outlined an aggressive agenda during his March 3 budget address before the state House and Senate

Gov. Tom Wolf outlined an aggressive agenda during his March 3 budget address before the state House and Senate



Gov. Wolf unveils budget plan

Gov. Tom Wolf outlined an aggressive agenda during his March 3 budget address before the state House and Senate

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Gov. Tom Corbett signs legislation that is helping to crack down on scrap metal thefts during a ceremony in the state Capitol. Act 79 requires scrap processors and recycling facilities to register with the state police, increase the credentials required for transactions involving restricted materials, such as railroad ties, and gives courts the authority to impound vehicles linked to scrap metal thefts. I joined forces with state Sen. David Argall, sitting at left, to craft the measure. Standing from left are Argall staffer Jon Hopcraft, Reading and Northern Railroad official Matthew Johnson and his father, David. Standing next to me is Matthew Johnson’s son, Adyson. Another image from the ceremony can be seen by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=6390>clicking here.</a>

Gov. Tom Corbett signs legislation that is helping to crack down on scrap metal thefts during a ceremony in the state Capitol. Act 79 requires scrap processors and recycling facilities to register with the state police, increase the credentials required for transactions involving restricted materials, such as railroad ties, and gives courts the authority to impound vehicles linked to scrap metal thefts. I joined forces with state Sen. David Argall, sitting at left, to craft the measure. Standing from left are Argall staffer Jon Hopcraft, Reading and Northern Railroad official Matthew Johnson and his father, David. Standing next to me is Matthew Johnson’s son, Adyson. Another image from the ceremony can be seen by clicking here.



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Gov. Tom Corbett signs legislation that is helping to crack down on scrap metal thefts during a ceremony in the state Capitol. Act 79 requires scrap processors and recycling facilities to register with the state police, increase the credentials required for transactions involving restricted materials, such as railroad ties, and gives courts the authority to impound vehicles linked to scrap metal thefts. I joined forces with state Sen. David Argall, sitting at left, to craft the measure. Standing from left are Argall staffer Jon Hopcraft, Reading and Northern Railroad official Matthew Johnson and his father, David. Standing next to me is Matthew Johnson’s son, Adyson. Another image from the ceremony can be seen by clicking here.

A yearlong effort to build awareness about the need to screen for Krabbe disease and other disorders paid dividends with Gov. Tom Corbett's signing into law of House Bill 1654. The effort was spurred in a large part by 1-year-old Hannah Ginion of Bristol Township. Hannah, daughter of Vicki Pizzullo and Justin Ginion, is among the innocents stricken with Krabbe disease, an inherited and often fatal disorder that targets infants. Joining me for the bill signing are Rep. Rosita Youngblood, Justin Ginion, Vicki Pizzullo, Rep. Angel Cruz, Ms. Pizzullo’s mother and Rep. Frank  Farry. More images from the event can be seen by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=6377>clicking here.</a>

A yearlong effort to build awareness about the need to screen for Krabbe disease and other disorders paid dividends with Gov. Tom Corbett's signing into law of House Bill 1654. The effort was spurred in a large part by 1-year-old Hannah Ginion of Bristol Township. Hannah, daughter of Vicki Pizzullo and Justin Ginion, is among the innocents stricken with Krabbe disease, an inherited and often fatal disorder that targets infants. Joining me for the bill signing are Rep. Rosita Youngblood, Justin Ginion, Vicki Pizzullo, Rep. Angel Cruz, Ms. Pizzullo’s mother and Rep. Frank Farry. More images from the event can be seen by clicking here.



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A yearlong effort to build awareness about the need to screen for Krabbe disease and other disorders paid dividends with Gov. Tom Corbett's signing into law of House Bill 1654. The effort was spurred in a large part by 1-year-old Hannah Ginion of Bristol Township. Hannah, daughter of Vicki Pizzullo and Justin Ginion, is among the innocents stricken with Krabbe disease, an inherited and often fatal disorder that targets infants. Joining me for the bill signing are Rep. Rosita Youngblood, Justin Ginion, Vicki Pizzullo, Rep. Angel Cruz, Ms. Pizzullo’s mother and Rep. Frank Farry. More images from the event can be seen by clicking here.

I discuss my House Resolution 1048 on the House floor. The resolution, aimed at increasing awareness of PANDAS, was approved unanimously.

I discuss my House Resolution 1048 on the House floor. The resolution, aimed at increasing awareness of PANDAS, was approved unanimously.



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I discuss my House Resolution 1048 on the House floor. The resolution, aimed at increasing awareness of PANDAS, was approved unanimously.

Bucks County residents Nicole Harper, center, Lauren Kradoska, whose children have suffered from PANDAS, accompanied me to the House floor for the legislative action naming Oct. 9 as PANDAS Awareness Day.

Bucks County residents Nicole Harper, center, Lauren Kradoska, whose children have suffered from PANDAS, accompanied me to the House floor for the legislative action naming Oct. 9 as PANDAS Awareness Day.



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Bucks County residents Nicole Harper, center, Lauren Kradoska, whose children have suffered from PANDAS, accompanied me to the House floor for the legislative action naming Oct. 9 as PANDAS Awareness Day.

Members of the House Democratic Policy Committee listen to testimony from health-service providers, police and families about the horrific toll heroin and opiate abuse is having on the community. The hearing was held at the Ben Franklin Middle School in Levittown.

Members of the House Democratic Policy Committee listen to testimony from health-service providers, police and families about the horrific toll heroin and opiate abuse is having on the community. The hearing was held at the Ben Franklin Middle School in Levittown.



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Members of the House Democratic Policy Committee listen to testimony from health-service providers, police and families about the horrific toll heroin and opiate abuse is having on the community. The hearing was held at the Ben Franklin Middle School in Levittown.

I was honored to speak at the annual rally of The Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education -- ABATE -- in the Capitol rotunda. ABATE's message to motorcyclists -- “Get trained, get
licensed, and get legal” -- is paying off. Motorcycle collisions and fatalities decreased significantly in 2013.

I was honored to speak at the annual rally of The Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education -- ABATE -- in the Capitol rotunda. ABATE's message to motorcyclists -- “Get trained, get licensed, and get legal” -- is paying off. Motorcycle collisions and fatalities decreased significantly in 2013.



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I was honored to speak at the annual rally of The Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education -- ABATE -- in the Capitol rotunda. ABATE's message to motorcyclists -- “Get trained, get licensed, and get legal” -- is paying off. Motorcycle collisions and fatalities decreased significantly in 2013.

There’s something fishy going on at Levittown Lake and I was happy to help. The Grade 5 Eco Club from Bristol Township’s Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary School were treated to a trout outing, as the state Fish and Boat Commission treated us to an educational program about the environment, trout and their ecosystem. All this and hundreds of trout were welcomed to their new home! More images from the outing can be seen by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=5268>clicking here<a/>

There’s something fishy going on at Levittown Lake and I was happy to help. The Grade 5 Eco Club from Bristol Township’s Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary School were treated to a trout outing, as the state Fish and Boat Commission treated us to an educational program about the environment, trout and their ecosystem. All this and hundreds of trout were welcomed to their new home! More images from the outing can be seen by clicking here



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There’s something fishy going on at Levittown Lake and I was happy to help. The Grade 5 Eco Club from Bristol Township’s Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary School were treated to a trout outing, as the state Fish and Boat Commission treated us to an educational program about the environment, trout and their ecosystem. All this and hundreds of trout were welcomed to their new home! More images from the outing can be seen by clicking here

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House Speaker Sam Smith and I pause with Miss Southeastern Pennsylvania, Rachel Reese of Philadelphia, during recognition ceremonies on the House floor. Ms. Reese, who’s studying at St. Joseph’s University, will compete June 14 at Shadyside Academy, Pittsburgh, for the title of Miss Pennsylvania.

I testified before a House Democratic Policy Committee public hearing regarding the impacts that Internet gaming would have in Pennsylvania.My House Bill 1235 would establish guidelines and regulations for online gaming in Pennsylvania.

I testified before a House Democratic Policy Committee public hearing regarding the impacts that Internet gaming would have in Pennsylvania.My House Bill 1235 would establish guidelines and regulations for online gaming in Pennsylvania.



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I testified before a House Democratic Policy Committee public hearing regarding the impacts that Internet gaming would have in Pennsylvania.My House Bill 1235 would establish guidelines and regulations for online gaming in Pennsylvania.

I greet residents participating in the Shred Event I sponsored at my Levittown office on April 26. Roughly 400 neighbors took advantage of the opportunity to securely dispose of unneeded personal information. A special 'Thanks' to the residents and staff members who helped at the event. More images from the event can be seen by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=5248>clicking here.</a>

I greet residents participating in the Shred Event I sponsored at my Levittown office on April 26. Roughly 400 neighbors took advantage of the opportunity to securely dispose of unneeded personal information. A special "Thanks" to the residents and staff members who helped at the event. More images from the event can be seen by clicking here.



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I greet residents participating in the Shred Event I sponsored at my Levittown office on April 26. Roughly 400 neighbors took advantage of the opportunity to securely dispose of unneeded personal information. A special "Thanks" to the residents and staff members who helped at the event. More images from the event can be seen by clicking here.

I congratulate the Bristol Wardogs youth football teams after introducing them on the House floor. The teams had a year for the ages in 2013 as the Unlimited and Pee Wee teams claimed national titles in their divisions, while the Mitey Mites came in fifth in a 14-team bracket. More pictures from the day in Harrisburg are available by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=5247>clicking here.<a/a>

I congratulate the Bristol Wardogs youth football teams after introducing them on the House floor. The teams had a year for the ages in 2013 as the Unlimited and Pee Wee teams claimed national titles in their divisions, while the Mitey Mites came in fifth in a 14-team bracket. More pictures from the day in Harrisburg are available by clicking here.



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I congratulate the Bristol Wardogs youth football teams after introducing them on the House floor. The teams had a year for the ages in 2013 as the Unlimited and Pee Wee teams claimed national titles in their divisions, while the Mitey Mites came in fifth in a 14-team bracket. More pictures from the day in Harrisburg are available by clicking here.

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State Rep. John Galloway and I stop for a picture with the beaming students and staff of Holy Family Regional Catholic School in Levittown in the Capitol Rotunda. More images from the visit can be seen by clicking here.

College Lobbying Day at the Capitol provided a welcome opportunity to meet with officials and students from Bucks County Community College. More images from College Lobby Day can be seen by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=5234>clicking here.</a>

College Lobbying Day at the Capitol provided a welcome opportunity to meet with officials and students from Bucks County Community College. More images from College Lobby Day can be seen by clicking here.



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College Lobbying Day at the Capitol provided a welcome opportunity to meet with officials and students from Bucks County Community College. More images from College Lobby Day can be seen by clicking here.

I'm pleased to welcome Corey Smith of Bristol Township as an intern in my Levittown office. Corey, a student at Bucks County Community College's Bristol Campus, started on Jan. 6.

I'm pleased to welcome Corey Smith of Bristol Township as an intern in my Levittown office. Corey, a student at Bucks County Community College's Bristol Campus, started on Jan. 6.



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I'm pleased to welcome Corey Smith of Bristol Township as an intern in my Levittown office. Corey, a student at Bucks County Community College's Bristol Campus, started on Jan. 6.

I welcomed the undefeated Neshaminy High School Girls’ Soccer Team and its coaching staff to the state Capitol, where they were honored in the House of Representatives for capturing their first state title in the 2013-14 PIAA Class AAA state championship game held in November at Hersheypark Stadium. En route to a state final, 2-1 overtime victory, the team posted 19 shutouts, won their second consecutive Suburban One National championship and the school’s first girls soccer District 1 crown. At left is House Speaker Sam Smith, and flanking me are state Reps. Frank Farry and Gene Digirolamo.

I welcomed the undefeated Neshaminy High School Girls’ Soccer Team and its coaching staff to the state Capitol, where they were honored in the House of Representatives for capturing their first state title in the 2013-14 PIAA Class AAA state championship game held in November at Hersheypark Stadium. En route to a state final, 2-1 overtime victory, the team posted 19 shutouts, won their second consecutive Suburban One National championship and the school’s first girls soccer District 1 crown. At left is House Speaker Sam Smith, and flanking me are state Reps. Frank Farry and Gene Digirolamo.



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I welcomed the undefeated Neshaminy High School Girls’ Soccer Team and its coaching staff to the state Capitol, where they were honored in the House of Representatives for capturing their first state title in the 2013-14 PIAA Class AAA state championship game held in November at Hersheypark Stadium. En route to a state final, 2-1 overtime victory, the team posted 19 shutouts, won their second consecutive Suburban One National championship and the school’s first girls soccer District 1 crown. At left is House Speaker Sam Smith, and flanking me are state Reps. Frank Farry and Gene Digirolamo.

I discuss my House Bill 1901 -- which provides legal consequences when relationships turn abusive in the social media -- at a bipartisan Women’s Health Caucus news conference called to unveil a seven-bill Agenda for Women's Health package.

I discuss my House Bill 1901 -- which provides legal consequences when relationships turn abusive in the social media -- at a bipartisan Women’s Health Caucus news conference called to unveil a seven-bill Agenda for Women's Health package.



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I discuss my House Bill 1901 -- which provides legal consequences when relationships turn abusive in the social media -- at a bipartisan Women’s Health Caucus news conference called to unveil a seven-bill Agenda for Women's Health package.

The 14th annual Bristol Township Holiday Parade on Saturday, Nov. 23, was not to be missed! You can’t beat fire trucks, bands, antique cars, local sports teams, cheerleaders, dance teams and baton, fire twirlers and the 'Choo Choo Trolley' for a good time. More parade images are available by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=4171>clicking here.</a>

The 14th annual Bristol Township Holiday Parade on Saturday, Nov. 23, was not to be missed! You can’t beat fire trucks, bands, antique cars, local sports teams, cheerleaders, dance teams and baton, fire twirlers and the "Choo Choo Trolley" for a good time. More parade images are available by clicking here.



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The 14th annual Bristol Township Holiday Parade on Saturday, Nov. 23, was not to be missed! You can’t beat fire trucks, bands, antique cars, local sports teams, cheerleaders, dance teams and baton, fire twirlers and the "Choo Choo Trolley" for a good time. More parade images are available by clicking here.

The 14th annual Bristol Township Holiday Parade on Saturday, Nov. 23, was not to be missed! You can’t beat fire trucks, bands, antique cars, local sports teams, cheerleaders, dance teams and baton, fire twirlers and the 'Choo Choo Trolley' for a good time. More parade images are available by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=4171> clicking here.</a>

The 14th annual Bristol Township Holiday Parade on Saturday, Nov. 23, was not to be missed! You can’t beat fire trucks, bands, antique cars, local sports teams, cheerleaders, dance teams and baton, fire twirlers and the "Choo Choo Trolley" for a good time. More parade images are available by clicking here.



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The 14th annual Bristol Township Holiday Parade on Saturday, Nov. 23, was not to be missed! You can’t beat fire trucks, bands, antique cars, local sports teams, cheerleaders, dance teams and baton, fire twirlers and the "Choo Choo Trolley" for a good time. More parade images are available by clicking here.

Brigadier General Andrew P. Schafer Jr., assistant division commander of the 28th Infantry Division of the Pennsylvania National Guard, and I welcome a Marine veteran during the “Evening To Honor Our Veterans” at the Benjamin Franklin Middle School in Levittown. Gen. Schafer was the guest speaker for the event, which was attended by roughly 200 veterans and family members. More images from the event can be seen by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=4161> clicking here.</a>

Brigadier General Andrew P. Schafer Jr., assistant division commander of the 28th Infantry Division of the Pennsylvania National Guard, and I welcome a Marine veteran during the “Evening To Honor Our Veterans” at the Benjamin Franklin Middle School in Levittown. Gen. Schafer was the guest speaker for the event, which was attended by roughly 200 veterans and family members. More images from the event can be seen by clicking here.



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Brigadier General Andrew P. Schafer Jr., assistant division commander of the 28th Infantry Division of the Pennsylvania National Guard, and I welcome a Marine veteran during the “Evening To Honor Our Veterans” at the Benjamin Franklin Middle School in Levittown. Gen. Schafer was the guest speaker for the event, which was attended by roughly 200 veterans and family members. More images from the event can be seen by clicking here.

At a Capitol news conference, I speak on behalf of House Bill 1654, which would add Krabbe and five other Lysosomal Storage Disorders (Fabry, Pompe, Niemann-Pick, Gaucher and Hurler Syndrome) to the list of diseases newborns are screened with the heel prick test. Lysosomal Storage Disorders are inherited metabolism disorders caused by a deficiency of specific enzymes required for the breakdown of nutrients. I also am introducing a resolution to proclaim Jan. 15, 2014 as “Krabbe Disease Awareness Day.” Krabbe Disease is an inherited, often fatal disorder affecting the central nervous system.

At a Capitol news conference, I speak on behalf of House Bill 1654, which would add Krabbe and five other Lysosomal Storage Disorders (Fabry, Pompe, Niemann-Pick, Gaucher and Hurler Syndrome) to the list of diseases newborns are screened with the heel prick test. Lysosomal Storage Disorders are inherited metabolism disorders caused by a deficiency of specific enzymes required for the breakdown of nutrients. I also am introducing a resolution to proclaim Jan. 15, 2014 as “Krabbe Disease Awareness Day.” Krabbe Disease is an inherited, often fatal disorder affecting the central nervous system.



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At a Capitol news conference, I speak on behalf of House Bill 1654, which would add Krabbe and five other Lysosomal Storage Disorders (Fabry, Pompe, Niemann-Pick, Gaucher and Hurler Syndrome) to the list of diseases newborns are screened with the heel prick test. Lysosomal Storage Disorders are inherited metabolism disorders caused by a deficiency of specific enzymes required for the breakdown of nutrients. I also am introducing a resolution to proclaim Jan. 15, 2014 as “Krabbe Disease Awareness Day.” Krabbe Disease is an inherited, often fatal disorder affecting the central nervous system.

I participated in the first-ever 2013 Capitol All-Stars softball game at Metro Bank Park in Harrisburg.
The game featured members of the Pennsylvania House and Senate, and the bipartisan fund-raiser raised money for Feeding Pennsylvania and Hunger-Free Pennsylvania — organizations dedicated to serving more than 2 million needy Pennsylvanians through their food banks. More images from the game can be seen by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=1115>clicking here.</a>

I participated in the first-ever 2013 Capitol All-Stars softball game at Metro Bank Park in Harrisburg. The game featured members of the Pennsylvania House and Senate, and the bipartisan fund-raiser raised money for Feeding Pennsylvania and Hunger-Free Pennsylvania — organizations dedicated to serving more than 2 million needy Pennsylvanians through their food banks. More images from the game can be seen by clicking here.



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I participated in the first-ever 2013 Capitol All-Stars softball game at Metro Bank Park in Harrisburg. The game featured members of the Pennsylvania House and Senate, and the bipartisan fund-raiser raised money for Feeding Pennsylvania and Hunger-Free Pennsylvania — organizations dedicated to serving more than 2 million needy Pennsylvanians through their food banks. More images from the game can be seen by clicking here.

I participated in the first-ever 2013 Capitol All-Stars softball game at Metro Bank Park in Harrisburg.
The game featured members of the Pennsylvania House and Senate, and the bipartisan fund-raiser raised money for Feeding Pennsylvania and Hunger-Free Pennsylvania — organizations dedicated to serving more than 2 million needy Pennsylvanians through their food banks. More images from the game can be seen by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=1115>clicking here.</a>

I participated in the first-ever 2013 Capitol All-Stars softball game at Metro Bank Park in Harrisburg. The game featured members of the Pennsylvania House and Senate, and the bipartisan fund-raiser raised money for Feeding Pennsylvania and Hunger-Free Pennsylvania — organizations dedicated to serving more than 2 million needy Pennsylvanians through their food banks. More images from the game can be seen by clicking here.



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I participated in the first-ever 2013 Capitol All-Stars softball game at Metro Bank Park in Harrisburg. The game featured members of the Pennsylvania House and Senate, and the bipartisan fund-raiser raised money for Feeding Pennsylvania and Hunger-Free Pennsylvania — organizations dedicated to serving more than 2 million needy Pennsylvanians through their food banks. More images from the game can be seen by clicking here.

Rep. Tina Davis testifies before the House State Government Committee about her House Bill 855, which would prohibit public officials and candidates in Pennsylvania from accepting any gift valued at more than $50.

Rep. Tina Davis testifies before the House State Government Committee about her House Bill 855, which would prohibit public officials and candidates in Pennsylvania from accepting any gift valued at more than $50.



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Rep. Tina Davis testifies before the House State Government Committee about her House Bill 855, which would prohibit public officials and candidates in Pennsylvania from accepting any gift valued at more than $50.

Bristol Township's Community Day featured cute and colorful characters, as well as a car show, amusements, health screenings and fireworks. Another image from the event can be seen by <a href=http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=1060>clicking here</a>

Bristol Township's Community Day featured cute and colorful characters, as well as a car show, amusements, health screenings and fireworks. Another image from the event can be seen by clicking here



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Bristol Township's Community Day featured cute and colorful characters, as well as a car show, amusements, health screenings and fireworks. Another image from the event can be seen by clicking here

I was truly honored to win second place in the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Snaps of Service photo contest, in which citizens were asked to submit a photo of their public service. I am donating my $500 winnings to the Bucks County Chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters. Big Brothers Big Sisters is a national nonprofit organization that helps children realize their true potential by matching them with mentors. The winning photos will be on display at BPC's National Conversation on Public Service set for 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, July 23, at the National Constitution Center’s F.M. Kirby Auditorium, 525 Arch St., Philadelphia. More information about the event and the contest is available at http://bipartisanpolicy.org/blog. More information about the event and the contest is available at http://bipartisanpolicy.org/blog. More images from the awards ceremony, and my submitted photo, are available by <a href= http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=1040> clicking here</a>.

I was truly honored to win second place in the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Snaps of Service photo contest, in which citizens were asked to submit a photo of their public service. I am donating my $500 winnings to the Bucks County Chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters. Big Brothers Big Sisters is a national nonprofit organization that helps children realize their true potential by matching them with mentors. The winning photos will be on display at BPC's National Conversation on Public Service set for 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, July 23, at the National Constitution Center’s F.M. Kirby Auditorium, 525 Arch St., Philadelphia. More information about the event and the contest is available at http://bipartisanpolicy.org/blog. More information about the event and the contest is available at http://bipartisanpolicy.org/blog. More images from the awards ceremony, and my submitted photo, are available by clicking here.



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I was truly honored to win second place in the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Snaps of Service photo contest, in which citizens were asked to submit a photo of their public service. I am donating my $500 winnings to the Bucks County Chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters. Big Brothers Big Sisters is a national nonprofit organization that helps children realize their true potential by matching them with mentors. The winning photos will be on display at BPC's National Conversation on Public Service set for 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, July 23, at the National Constitution Center’s F.M. Kirby Auditorium, 525 Arch St., Philadelphia. More information about the event and the contest is available at http://bipartisanpolicy.org/blog. More information about the event and the contest is available at http://bipartisanpolicy.org/blog. More images from the awards ceremony, and my submitted photo, are available by clicking here.

Rep. Tina Davis participates in a Capitol news conference regarding education funding proposed for the new fiscal year that begins July 1. Rep. Davis' comments about the disappointing funding proposed for education are available on the 'Video' link on her webpage.

Rep. Tina Davis participates in a Capitol news conference regarding education funding proposed for the new fiscal year that begins July 1. Rep. Davis' comments about the disappointing funding proposed for education are available on the "Video" link on her webpage.



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Rep. Tina Davis participates in a Capitol news conference regarding education funding proposed for the new fiscal year that begins July 1. Rep. Davis' comments about the disappointing funding proposed for education are available on the "Video" link on her webpage.

During a Capitol rally in May, I had the chance to speak to members of the Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education (ABATE). This year marks the 10th anniversary of legislation that allows motorcyclists the choice of whether to wear a helmet while riding.

During a Capitol rally in May, I had the chance to speak to members of the Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education (ABATE). This year marks the 10th anniversary of legislation that allows motorcyclists the choice of whether to wear a helmet while riding.



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During a Capitol rally in May, I had the chance to speak to members of the Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education (ABATE). This year marks the 10th anniversary of legislation that allows motorcyclists the choice of whether to wear a helmet while riding.

The state Capitol was rockin’ with a visit from Drummers with Attitude, a diverse group of drummers and dancers, including students from Bristol Township middle and high schools. Led by Kevin Travers, the dynamic percussion group has been performing since 2000 throughout the Philadelphia area and beyond. More images from the visit can be seen by <a href= http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=1005> clicking here</a>

The state Capitol was rockin’ with a visit from Drummers with Attitude, a diverse group of drummers and dancers, including students from Bristol Township middle and high schools. Led by Kevin Travers, the dynamic percussion group has been performing since 2000 throughout the Philadelphia area and beyond. More images from the visit can be seen by clicking here



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The state Capitol was rockin’ with a visit from Drummers with Attitude, a diverse group of drummers and dancers, including students from Bristol Township middle and high schools. Led by Kevin Travers, the dynamic percussion group has been performing since 2000 throughout the Philadelphia area and beyond. More images from the visit can be seen by clicking here

Early childhood educators from KinderCare Learning Centers made a most appreciated visit to my Harrisburg office.

Early childhood educators from KinderCare Learning Centers made a most appreciated visit to my Harrisburg office.



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Early childhood educators from KinderCare Learning Centers made a most appreciated visit to my Harrisburg office.

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes pupils from the Holy Family Regional Catholic School in Levittown to the Capitol.

Rep. Tina Davis welcomes pupils from the Holy Family Regional Catholic School in Levittown to the Capitol.



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Rep. Tina Davis welcomes pupils from the Holy Family Regional Catholic School in Levittown to the Capitol.

Rep. Tina Davis joins Gov. Tom Corbett and Waste Management officials for a ribbon cutting to mark Waste Management's

Rep. Tina Davis joins Gov. Tom Corbett and Waste Management officials for a ribbon cutting to mark Waste Management's



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Rep. Tina Davis joins Gov. Tom Corbett and Waste Management officials for a ribbon cutting to mark Waste Management's

Rep. Tina Davis congratulates Waste Management officials for the company's new compressed natural gas refueling facility in Bristol, Bucks County. The facility will be used to refuel Waste Management's fleet of CNG trucks. The station will also be open to the public.

Rep. Tina Davis congratulates Waste Management officials for the company's new compressed natural gas refueling facility in Bristol, Bucks County. The facility will be used to refuel Waste Management's fleet of CNG trucks. The station will also be open to the public.



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Rep. Tina Davis congratulates Waste Management officials for the company's new compressed natural gas refueling facility in Bristol, Bucks County. The facility will be used to refuel Waste Management's fleet of CNG trucks. The station will also be open to the public.

Rep. Davis, conservation officers and local outdoorsmen teamed with local school pupils to stock Levittown Lake. More images from the event can be seen by <a href= http://www.pahouse.com/Davis/grpGallery.asp?pgID=965> clicking here</a>

Rep. Davis, conservation officers and local outdoorsmen teamed with local school pupils to stock Levittown Lake. More images from the event can be seen by clicking here



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Rep. Davis, conservation officers and local outdoorsmen teamed with local school pupils to stock Levittown Lake. More images from the event can be seen by clicking here

I was proud to voice my support for House Bill 76, the Property Tax Independence Act, at a Capitol news conference. Please check my photo gallery for additional pictures.

I was proud to voice my support for House Bill 76, the Property Tax Independence Act, at a Capitol news conference. Please check my photo gallery for additional pictures.



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I was proud to voice my support for House Bill 76, the Property Tax Independence Act, at a Capitol news conference. Please check my photo gallery for additional pictures.

State Rep. Tina Davis, left, takes the oath of office on Jan. 1, 2013, for her second term as representative for the 141st Legislative District.

State Rep. Tina Davis, left, takes the oath of office on Jan. 1, 2013, for her second term as representative for the 141st Legislative District.



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State Rep. Tina Davis, left, takes the oath of office on Jan. 1, 2013, for her second term as representative for the 141st Legislative District.

Rep. Davis shares a laugh with members of the PA National Guard, who were honored at the state Capitol on June 14 during 'National Guard Day' in Pennsylvania.

Rep. Davis shares a laugh with members of the PA National Guard, who were honored at the state Capitol on June 14 during "National Guard Day" in Pennsylvania.



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Rep. Davis shares a laugh with members of the PA National Guard, who were honored at the state Capitol on June 14 during "National Guard Day" in Pennsylvania.

Rep. Davis speaks at an A.B.A.T.E. rally for motorcyclists' rights.

Rep. Davis speaks at an A.B.A.T.E. rally for motorcyclists' rights.



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Rep. Davis speaks at an A.B.A.T.E. rally for motorcyclists' rights.

Rep. Davis interacts with students at the Emerson School Student Leadership Conference in May.

Rep. Davis interacts with students at the Emerson School Student Leadership Conference in May.



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Rep. Davis interacts with students at the Emerson School Student Leadership Conference in May.