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Representative DeLuca introduced HB1669.  This is an Act amending the act of December 19, 1990 (P.L.1200, No.202), known as the Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act, further providing for registration of charitable organizations and financial reports and fees and failure to file, for limitation on activities of charitable organizations and disclosure requirements and for prohibited acts. Or more simply put:   Amending the Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act - regarding the Percentage of Funds Spent on Charitable Missions.

Representative DeLuca introduced HB1669. This is an Act amending the act of December 19, 1990 (P.L.1200, No.202), known as the Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act, further providing for registration of charitable organizations and financial reports and fees and failure to file, for limitation on activities of charitable organizations and disclosure requirements and for prohibited acts. Or more simply put: Amending the Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act - regarding the Percentage of Funds Spent on Charitable Missions.



Resolution 11-20-2017

Representative DeLuca introduced HB1669. This is an Act amending the act of December 19, 1990 (P.L.1200, No.202), known as the Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act, further providing for registration of charitable organizations and financial reports and fees and failure to file, for limitation on activities of charitable organizations and disclosure requirements and for prohibited acts. Or more simply put: Amending the Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act - regarding the Percentage of Funds Spent on Charitable Missions.

Rep. Tony Deluca, the Democratic chairman of the House Insurance Committee, hosts a news conference to announce the introduction of a bill he crafted that would require charities that solicit funds in Pennsylvania to maintain minimum standards.

Rep. Tony Deluca, the Democratic chairman of the House Insurance Committee, hosts a news conference to announce the introduction of a bill he crafted that would require charities that solicit funds in Pennsylvania to maintain minimum standards.



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Rep. Tony Deluca, the Democratic chairman of the House Insurance Committee, hosts a news conference to announce the introduction of a bill he crafted that would require charities that solicit funds in Pennsylvania to maintain minimum standards.

Representative Tony DeLuca Speaks in support of House Resolution 371, which designates August as “Kidney Cancer Awareness Month” in Pennsylvania.  He can’t stress how important it is to visit your doctor if something doesn’t seem right, as early detection saves lives.

Representative Tony DeLuca Speaks in support of House Resolution 371, which designates August as “Kidney Cancer Awareness Month” in Pennsylvania. He can’t stress how important it is to visit your doctor if something doesn’t seem right, as early detection saves lives.



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Representative Tony DeLuca Speaks in support of House Resolution 371, which designates August as “Kidney Cancer Awareness Month” in Pennsylvania. He can’t stress how important it is to visit your doctor if something doesn’t seem right, as early detection saves lives.

Rep. Ryan DeLuca is joined by advocates and other elected officials as he speaks at a Harrisburg news conference discussing his legislation dealing with same-day voter registration.

Rep. Ryan DeLuca is joined by advocates and other elected officials as he speaks at a Harrisburg news conference discussing his legislation dealing with same-day voter registration.



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Rep. Ryan DeLuca is joined by advocates and other elected officials as he speaks at a Harrisburg news conference discussing his legislation dealing with same-day voter registration.

Rep. Tony DeLuca speaks with Democratic Leader Frank Dermody regarding the proposals in the 2017-18 state budget.

Rep. Tony DeLuca speaks with Democratic Leader Frank Dermody regarding the proposals in the 2017-18 state budget.



2017-18 Budget Speech

Rep. Tony DeLuca speaks with Democratic Leader Frank Dermody regarding the proposals in the 2017-18 state budget.

Rep. Tony DeLuca reviews the details in the proposed 2017-28 state budget.

Rep. Tony DeLuca reviews the details in the proposed 2017-28 state budget.



2017-18 Budget Speech

Rep. Tony DeLuca reviews the details in the proposed 2017-28 state budget.

After hearing Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget remarks, Rep. Tony DeLuca 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. Tony DeLuca 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 Speech

After hearing Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget remarks, Rep. Tony DeLuca 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.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca meets with Penn Hills resident Emma La France in celebration of her 100th birthday.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca meets with Penn Hills resident Emma La France in celebration of her 100th birthday.



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State Rep. Tony DeLuca meets with Penn Hills resident Emma La France in celebration of her 100th birthday.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca toured Plum Borough High School.  High School Principal Ryan Kociela and the Student Council had a banner made and signed by students, faculty and administrators that will be delivered to Franklin Regional High School where over 20 students and a security guard were injured in an attack by a student. 

State Rep. Tony DeLuca toured Plum Borough High School.  High School Principal Ryan Kociela and the Student Council had a banner made and signed by students, faculty and administrators that will be delivered to Franklin Regional High School where over 20 students and a security guard were injured in an attack by a student. 



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State Rep. Tony DeLuca toured Plum Borough High School.  High School Principal Ryan Kociela and the Student Council had a banner made and signed by students, faculty and administrators that will be delivered to Franklin Regional High School where over 20 students and a security guard were injured in an attack by a student. 

State Rep. Tony DeLuca held a news conference to unveil legislation that would expand the powers of the Insurance commissioner when a contract is terminating or expiring between a large health system and all health insurers.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca held a news conference to unveil legislation that would expand the powers of the Insurance commissioner when a contract is terminating or expiring between a large health system and all health insurers.



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State Rep. Tony DeLuca held a news conference to unveil legislation that would expand the powers of the Insurance commissioner when a contract is terminating or expiring between a large health system and all health insurers.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca joins Gov. Corbett, state Rep. Nick Micozzi and other lawmakers as House Bill 108 is signed in to law. The law extends the Children's Health Insurance Program through Dec. 31, 2015 and removes a provision that required children to go without coverage for six months prior to being eligible for the program.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca joins Gov. Corbett, state Rep. Nick Micozzi and other lawmakers as House Bill 108 is signed in to law. The law extends the Children's Health Insurance Program through Dec. 31, 2015 and removes a provision that required children to go without coverage for six months prior to being eligible for the program.



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State Rep. Tony DeLuca joins Gov. Corbett, state Rep. Nick Micozzi and other lawmakers as House Bill 108 is signed in to law. The law extends the Children's Health Insurance Program through Dec. 31, 2015 and removes a provision that required children to go without coverage for six months prior to being eligible for the program.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca hosts a press conference to gather support for legislative initiatives that would improve voter participation by implementing early voting and same day registration.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca hosts a press conference to gather support for legislative initiatives that would improve voter participation by implementing early voting and same day registration.



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State Rep. Tony DeLuca hosts a press conference to gather support for legislative initiatives that would improve voter participation by implementing early voting and same day registration.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca unveils House Bill 810 at a Capitol news conference. The measure is a proactive approach to student safety that would require pre-employment drug screening for all prospective school employees.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca unveils House Bill 810 at a Capitol news conference. The measure is a proactive approach to student safety that would require pre-employment drug screening for all prospective school employees.



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State Rep. Tony DeLuca unveils House Bill 810 at a Capitol news conference. The measure is a proactive approach to student safety that would require pre-employment drug screening for all prospective school employees.

Democratic Committee Chairman DeLuca asks questions at Insurance Committee hearing on the establishment of the Office of Consumer Advocate for Health Insurance as an office within the Office of Consumer Advocate.

Democratic Committee Chairman DeLuca asks questions at Insurance Committee hearing on the establishment of the Office of Consumer Advocate for Health Insurance as an office within the Office of Consumer Advocate.



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Democratic Committee Chairman DeLuca asks questions at Insurance Committee hearing on the establishment of the Office of Consumer Advocate for Health Insurance as an office within the Office of Consumer Advocate.

Rep. DeLuca greets two of the many constituents who attended his Senior Fair.  To see more photos from the event, check out Rep. DeLuca's other galleries.

Rep. DeLuca greets two of the many constituents who attended his Senior Fair. To see more photos from the event, check out Rep. DeLuca's other galleries.



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Rep. DeLuca greets two of the many constituents who attended his Senior Fair. To see more photos from the event, check out Rep. DeLuca's other galleries.

The Allegheny County Delegation of the PA House of Representatives Democratic Caucus meets regularly to discuss issues important to the region.<br><br><strong>Members include:</strong> Rep. Dom Costa (Delegation Chairman), House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody, House Democratic Caucus Chairman Dan Frankel, Rep. Daniel Deasy (Delegation Vice-Chairman), House Democratic Caucus Appropriations Chairman Joe Markosek, Rep. Paul Costa, Rep. Anthony M. Deluca, Rep. Ed Gainey, Rep. William C. Kortz, Rep. Nick Kotik, Rep. Robert F. Matzie, Rep. Erin C. Molchany, Rep. Adam Ravenstahl, Rep. Harry A. Readshaw and Rep. Jake Wheatley.<br><br><strong>Not in Photo:</strong> Rep. Marc J. Gergely and Rep. Jesse White

The Allegheny County Delegation of the PA House of Representatives Democratic Caucus meets regularly to discuss issues important to the region.

Members include: Rep. Dom Costa (Delegation Chairman), House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody, House Democratic Caucus Chairman Dan Frankel, Rep. Daniel Deasy (Delegation Vice-Chairman), House Democratic Caucus Appropriations Chairman Joe Markosek, Rep. Paul Costa, Rep. Anthony M. Deluca, Rep. Ed Gainey, Rep. William C. Kortz, Rep. Nick Kotik, Rep. Robert F. Matzie, Rep. Erin C. Molchany, Rep. Adam Ravenstahl, Rep. Harry A. Readshaw and Rep. Jake Wheatley.

Not in Photo: Rep. Marc J. Gergely and Rep. Jesse White



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The Allegheny County Delegation of the PA House of Representatives Democratic Caucus meets regularly to discuss issues important to the region.

Members include: Rep. Dom Costa (Delegation Chairman), House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody, House Democratic Caucus Chairman Dan Frankel, Rep. Daniel Deasy (Delegation Vice-Chairman), House Democratic Caucus Appropriations Chairman Joe Markosek, Rep. Paul Costa, Rep. Anthony M. Deluca, Rep. Ed Gainey, Rep. William C. Kortz, Rep. Nick Kotik, Rep. Robert F. Matzie, Rep. Erin C. Molchany, Rep. Adam Ravenstahl, Rep. Harry A. Readshaw and Rep. Jake Wheatley.

Not in Photo: Rep. Marc J. Gergely and Rep. Jesse White

Rep. DeLuca is pictured with two constituents who came to the Consumer Fair that he co-hosted with Rep. Dermody and Rep. Dom Costa.  To see more photos from the event, check out Rep. DeLuca's other galleries.

Rep. DeLuca is pictured with two constituents who came to the Consumer Fair that he co-hosted with Rep. Dermody and Rep. Dom Costa. To see more photos from the event, check out Rep. DeLuca's other galleries.



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Rep. DeLuca is pictured with two constituents who came to the Consumer Fair that he co-hosted with Rep. Dermody and Rep. Dom Costa. To see more photos from the event, check out Rep. DeLuca's other galleries.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca was joined by legislative colleagues from across the state at a Capitol news conference to address Pennsylvania's looming health-care insurance crisis.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca was joined by legislative colleagues from across the state at a Capitol news conference to address Pennsylvania's looming health-care insurance crisis.



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State Rep. Tony DeLuca was joined by legislative colleagues from across the state at a Capitol news conference to address Pennsylvania's looming health-care insurance crisis.

Rep. DeLuca is joined at his swearing-in ceremony by his daughter Debbie and his grandchildren.

Rep. DeLuca is joined at his swearing-in ceremony by his daughter Debbie and his grandchildren.



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Rep. DeLuca is joined at his swearing-in ceremony by his daughter Debbie and his grandchildren.

Rep. DeLuca greets two constituents at his Senior Fair on October 8th.  To see more photos from the event, check out the 2010 Senior Fair gallery in Rep. DeLuca's photo gallery section.

Rep. DeLuca greets two constituents at his Senior Fair on October 8th. To see more photos from the event, check out the 2010 Senior Fair gallery in Rep. DeLuca's photo gallery section.



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Rep. DeLuca greets two constituents at his Senior Fair on October 8th. To see more photos from the event, check out the 2010 Senior Fair gallery in Rep. DeLuca's photo gallery section.

State Rep. Tony Deluca presents a citation from the House of Representatives to the Pennsylvania Insurance Fraud Protection Authority for its continued protection of insurance consumers in Pennsylvania.

State Rep. Tony Deluca presents a citation from the House of Representatives to the Pennsylvania Insurance Fraud Protection Authority for its continued protection of insurance consumers in Pennsylvania.



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State Rep. Tony Deluca presents a citation from the House of Representatives to the Pennsylvania Insurance Fraud Protection Authority for its continued protection of insurance consumers in Pennsylvania.

Rep. Tony DeLuca receives the 2009 Champion Award from the Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers for his commitment to the uninsured and medically underserved in Pennsylvania.

Rep. Tony DeLuca receives the 2009 Champion Award from the Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers for his commitment to the uninsured and medically underserved in Pennsylvania.



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Rep. Tony DeLuca receives the 2009 Champion Award from the Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers for his commitment to the uninsured and medically underserved in Pennsylvania.

Gov. Ed Rendell signed into law four health-care bills at Holy Spirit Hospital in Camp Hill. One of the new laws, which aims to reduce preventable medical errors and improve patient safety, was sponsored by Rep. Tony DeLuca.

Gov. Ed Rendell signed into law four health-care bills at Holy Spirit Hospital in Camp Hill. One of the new laws, which aims to reduce preventable medical errors and improve patient safety, was sponsored by Rep. Tony DeLuca.



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Gov. Ed Rendell signed into law four health-care bills at Holy Spirit Hospital in Camp Hill. One of the new laws, which aims to reduce preventable medical errors and improve patient safety, was sponsored by Rep. Tony DeLuca.

Gov. Ed Rendell signed into law four health-care bills at Holy Spirit Hospital in Camp Hill. One of the new laws, which aims to reduce preventable medical errors and improve patient safety, was sponsored by Rep. Tony DeLuca.

Gov. Ed Rendell signed into law four health-care bills at Holy Spirit Hospital in Camp Hill. One of the new laws, which aims to reduce preventable medical errors and improve patient safety, was sponsored by Rep. Tony DeLuca.



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Gov. Ed Rendell signed into law four health-care bills at Holy Spirit Hospital in Camp Hill. One of the new laws, which aims to reduce preventable medical errors and improve patient safety, was sponsored by Rep. Tony DeLuca.

As chairman of the House Insurance Committee, Rep. Tony DeLuca, D-Allegheny, played a key role in passage of legislation (H.B. 1150) that would require insurance companies in Pennsylvania to cover autism services for children under 21. DeLuca (front) participates in the House bill signing ceremony, a required step before legislation can go to the governor and be signed into law. Pictured with DeLuca are Speaker Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila.; Rep. Nicholas Micozzie, R-Delaware, minority chairman of the Insurance Committee; and Rep. John Pallone, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong. DeLuca calls passage of the legislation a victory for families with children who have autism. The bill also includes a requirement that insurance comapnies cover colorectal cancer screening for people under 50 who are at high risk for the disease.

As chairman of the House Insurance Committee, Rep. Tony DeLuca, D-Allegheny, played a key role in passage of legislation (H.B. 1150) that would require insurance companies in Pennsylvania to cover autism services for children under 21. DeLuca (front) participates in the House bill signing ceremony, a required step before legislation can go to the governor and be signed into law. Pictured with DeLuca are Speaker Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila.; Rep. Nicholas Micozzie, R-Delaware, minority chairman of the Insurance Committee; and Rep. John Pallone, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong. DeLuca calls passage of the legislation a victory for families with children who have autism. The bill also includes a requirement that insurance comapnies cover colorectal cancer screening for people under 50 who are at high risk for the disease.



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As chairman of the House Insurance Committee, Rep. Tony DeLuca, D-Allegheny, played a key role in passage of legislation (H.B. 1150) that would require insurance companies in Pennsylvania to cover autism services for children under 21. DeLuca (front) participates in the House bill signing ceremony, a required step before legislation can go to the governor and be signed into law. Pictured with DeLuca are Speaker Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila.; Rep. Nicholas Micozzie, R-Delaware, minority chairman of the Insurance Committee; and Rep. John Pallone, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong. DeLuca calls passage of the legislation a victory for families with children who have autism. The bill also includes a requirement that insurance comapnies cover colorectal cancer screening for people under 50 who are at high risk for the disease.

Rep. Tony DeLuca of Allegheny County talks with residents of the Schuylkill Manor assisted living facility in Pottsville about legislation that would create an Office of Consumer Insurance Advocate.  DeLuca, chairman of the House Insurance Committee, held a public hearing at the facility and heard testimony from citizens and health-care professionals who are in favor of the proposal.
 The House Insurance Committee is continuing to hold hearings on health-care issues in communities across the state.

Rep. Tony DeLuca of Allegheny County talks with residents of the Schuylkill Manor assisted living facility in Pottsville about legislation that would create an Office of Consumer Insurance Advocate. DeLuca, chairman of the House Insurance Committee, held a public hearing at the facility and heard testimony from citizens and health-care professionals who are in favor of the proposal. The House Insurance Committee is continuing to hold hearings on health-care issues in communities across the state.



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Rep. Tony DeLuca of Allegheny County talks with residents of the Schuylkill Manor assisted living facility in Pottsville about legislation that would create an Office of Consumer Insurance Advocate. DeLuca, chairman of the House Insurance Committee, held a public hearing at the facility and heard testimony from citizens and health-care professionals who are in favor of the proposal. The House Insurance Committee is continuing to hold hearings on health-care issues in communities across the state.

State Rep. Tony DeLuca stands in support of legislation that would require convicted drunk drivers with illegal blood-alcohol concentration of .10 or greater to use an ignition interlock, a device that tests a driver's breath for alcohol, for a minimum of six months. Photo courtesy of PLS

State Rep. Tony DeLuca stands in support of legislation that would require convicted drunk drivers with illegal blood-alcohol concentration of .10 or greater to use an ignition interlock, a device that tests a driver's breath for alcohol, for a minimum of six months. Photo courtesy of PLS



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State Rep. Tony DeLuca stands in support of legislation that would require convicted drunk drivers with illegal blood-alcohol concentration of .10 or greater to use an ignition interlock, a device that tests a driver's breath for alcohol, for a minimum of six months. Photo courtesy of PLS