DeLissio on Redistricting and MA Work Requirements at Town Hall on April 25

PHILADELPHIA, April 20 – State Rep. Pamela A. DeLissio, D-Montgomery/Phila., will hold her 72nd Town Hall at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 25 in the Cathedral Auditorium at Cathedral Village, located at 600 E. Cathedral Road.

"I look forward to providing an update on our efforts to curtail gerrymandering in our state and new developments from an amendment that gutted and replaced vital language from H.B. 722," DeLissio said. "There is still much advocacy and work to be done to ensure that an independent redistricting commission is put in place to draw legislative district boundaries instead of partisan elected officials drawing those boundaries.

"We will also discuss other bills that passed the House that may be of high interest to constituents. These bills include H.B. 2138, which would require able bodied citizens who receive their health insurance through Medicaid to comply with certain work and training requirements; H.B. 2050, a bill that would dictate a condition when a pregnancy cannot be terminated, and an update on the gun safety hearings held over the past two weeks," DeLissio said.

"Constituent input and feedback is important to me, and I look forward to hearing from those who attend."  

 

More information can be obtained by calling DeLissio’s office at (215) 482-8726 or on her website at www.pahouse.com/DeLissio.