Photos from Harrisburg and around the district

Rep. Harry Readshaw speaks at a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing to discuss affordable housing and rebuilding neighborhoods in Pittsburgh.

Rep. Harry Readshaw speaks at a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing to discuss affordable housing and rebuilding neighborhoods in Pittsburgh.



Readshaw Attends House Democratic Policy Committee Hearing

Rep. Harry Readshaw speaks at a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing to discuss affordable housing and rebuilding neighborhoods in Pittsburgh.

Representative Readshaw joins the House Seersucker Suit Caucus for a quick photo inside the state Capitol.

Representative Readshaw joins the House Seersucker Suit Caucus for a quick photo inside the state Capitol.



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Representative Readshaw joins the House Seersucker Suit Caucus for a quick photo inside the state Capitol.

Rep. Harry Readshaw address his House colleagues as he offers a condolence resolution to recognize and remember former state Rep. John Broujos.

Rep. Harry Readshaw address his House colleagues as he offers a condolence resolution to recognize and remember former state Rep. John Broujos.



Condolence Resolution 6-14-2017

Rep. Harry Readshaw address his House colleagues as he offers a condolence resolution to recognize and remember former state Rep. John Broujos.

Representative Readshaw and the Masonic Caucus.

Representative Readshaw and the Masonic Caucus.



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Representative Readshaw and the Masonic Caucus.

Representative Readshaw pictured here with Representative Gainey, Representative Wheatley, Speaker Turzai and the  Pittsburgh Black Media Federation.  The Federation members are- President Tony Parrish, VP Brian Cook, Sr., Committee Co-Chair Chris Moore, Board Member LaMont Jones, Jr., Subcommittee Chair Sheila Beasley, and Communications and Outreach Committee Chair Tene Croom.

Representative Readshaw pictured here with Representative Gainey, Representative Wheatley, Speaker Turzai and the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation. The Federation members are- President Tony Parrish, VP Brian Cook, Sr., Committee Co-Chair Chris Moore, Board Member LaMont Jones, Jr., Subcommittee Chair Sheila Beasley, and Communications and Outreach Committee Chair Tene Croom.



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Representative Readshaw pictured here with Representative Gainey, Representative Wheatley, Speaker Turzai and the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation. The Federation members are- President Tony Parrish, VP Brian Cook, Sr., Committee Co-Chair Chris Moore, Board Member LaMont Jones, Jr., Subcommittee Chair Sheila Beasley, and Communications and Outreach Committee Chair Tene Croom.

Rep. Harry Readshaw speaks at the motorcycle rights rally in Harrisburg, hosted by ABATE (Alliance of Bikes Aimed Toward Education) to thank them for their 16 years of support of the Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monument Project at the Gettysburg Battlefield and to recognize the month of May as 'Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month.'

Rep. Harry Readshaw speaks at the motorcycle rights rally in Harrisburg, hosted by ABATE (Alliance of Bikes Aimed Toward Education) to thank them for their 16 years of support of the Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monument Project at the Gettysburg Battlefield and to recognize the month of May as 'Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month.'



14th annual A.B.A.T.E. Motorcycle Rights Rally

Rep. Harry Readshaw speaks at the motorcycle rights rally in Harrisburg, hosted by ABATE (Alliance of Bikes Aimed Toward Education) to thank them for their 16 years of support of the Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monument Project at the Gettysburg Battlefield and to recognize the month of May as 'Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month.'

Rep. Harry Readshaw crafted a resolution, HR 92, that recognizes May 2017 as Military Service Opportunity Month in Pennsylvania and encourages our state and educational community to recognize the U.S. military for its positive impact on the Pennsylvania educational system and its students.

Rep. Harry Readshaw crafted a resolution, HR 92, that recognizes May 2017 as Military Service Opportunity Month in Pennsylvania and encourages our state and educational community to recognize the U.S. military for its positive impact on the Pennsylvania educational system and its students.



Military Service Opportunity Month

Rep. Harry Readshaw crafted a resolution, HR 92, that recognizes May 2017 as Military Service Opportunity Month in Pennsylvania and encourages our state and educational community to recognize the U.S. military for its positive impact on the Pennsylvania educational system and its students.

Always supportive of our first responders, Rep. Harry Readshaw welcomes a group of fire fighters to the state Capitol.

Always supportive of our first responders, Rep. Harry Readshaw welcomes a group of fire fighters to the state Capitol.



Readshaw Welcomes Fire Fighters to Harrisburg

Always supportive of our first responders, Rep. Harry Readshaw welcomes a group of fire fighters to the state Capitol.

Rep. Harry Readshaw, along with House Speaker Mike Turzai, welcome a group from Gettysburg as they recognize House Resolution 168, a resolution dealing with the Gettysburg Monuments Project.

Rep. Harry Readshaw, along with House Speaker Mike Turzai, welcome a group from Gettysburg as they recognize House Resolution 168, a resolution dealing with the Gettysburg Monuments Project.



Gettysburg Monuments Project Resolution

Rep. Harry Readshaw, along with House Speaker Mike Turzai, welcome a group from Gettysburg as they recognize House Resolution 168, a resolution dealing with the Gettysburg Monuments Project.

Rep. Harry Readshaw listens to state agency representatives as the House Appropriations Committee gathers information regarding the 2017-18 budget.

Rep. Harry Readshaw listens to state agency representatives as the House Appropriations Committee gathers information regarding the 2017-18 budget.



Readshaw Attends House Budget Hearing

Rep. Harry Readshaw listens to state agency representatives as the House Appropriations Committee gathers information regarding the 2017-18 budget.

Sept. 20, 2016.

Sept. 20, 2016.



Rep. Readshaw with the ride marshals for the 2016 Ride to gettysburg, state Reps. Bryan Barbin and Dan Moul

Sept. 20, 2016.

Rep. Readshaw joins Rep. Bill Kortz at the Baldwin- Whitehall High School performance of "The Drowsy Chaperone" on April 16.

Rep. Readshaw invited Rep. Bill Kortz to be the 2014 Ride Marshall of the ABATE 'Ride to Gettysburg' on September 27, 2014. Rep. Readshaw pins the 2014 Ride Marshall ribbon on Rep. Kortz.

Rep. Readshaw invited Rep. Bill Kortz to be the 2014 Ride Marshall of the ABATE "Ride to Gettysburg" on September 27, 2014. Rep. Readshaw pins the 2014 Ride Marshall ribbon on Rep. Kortz.



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Rep. Readshaw invited Rep. Bill Kortz to be the 2014 Ride Marshall of the ABATE "Ride to Gettysburg" on September 27, 2014. Rep. Readshaw pins the 2014 Ride Marshall ribbon on Rep. Kortz.

Rep. Harry Readshaw (r) and Rep. Keith Gillespie (l) receive the 2014 PDA Dr. Kay F. Thompson Outstanding Legislator Award. Dr. Stephen Radack III, President, PDA, joins the honorees.

Rep. Harry Readshaw (r) and Rep. Keith Gillespie (l) receive the 2014 PDA Dr. Kay F. Thompson Outstanding Legislator Award. Dr. Stephen Radack III, President, PDA, joins the honorees.



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Rep. Harry Readshaw (r) and Rep. Keith Gillespie (l) receive the 2014 PDA Dr. Kay F. Thompson Outstanding Legislator Award. Dr. Stephen Radack III, President, PDA, joins the honorees.

Rep. Readshaw speaks with Dr. Bill Spruill, Past President of the Pennsylvania Dental Association, prior to the signing of HB1056, which creates a temporary volunteer dental license. Peg Callahan, Senior Partner at The Winter Group is between the two men.

Rep. Readshaw speaks with Dr. Bill Spruill, Past President of the Pennsylvania Dental Association, prior to the signing of HB1056, which creates a temporary volunteer dental license. Peg Callahan, Senior Partner at The Winter Group is between the two men.



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Rep. Readshaw speaks with Dr. Bill Spruill, Past President of the Pennsylvania Dental Association, prior to the signing of HB1056, which creates a temporary volunteer dental license. Peg Callahan, Senior Partner at The Winter Group is between the two men.

Chairman Readshaw and Chairman Markosek honor Chancellor Mark Nordenberg on his retirement from the University of Pittsburgh.

Chairman Readshaw and Chairman Markosek honor Chancellor Mark Nordenberg on his retirement from the University of Pittsburgh.



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Chairman Readshaw and Chairman Markosek honor Chancellor Mark Nordenberg on his retirement from the University of Pittsburgh.

May is Lupus Awareness Month. On May 6, The House and Senate presented citations to the Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America. At the presentation were, from l-r: Rep. John Payne, Rep. Readshaw, Virginia Thomas, Annette Myarick, CEO, Lupus Foundation of America, Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter, Sen. Tim Solobay and Sen. John Rafferty.

May is Lupus Awareness Month. On May 6, The House and Senate presented citations to the Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America. At the presentation were, from l-r: Rep. John Payne, Rep. Readshaw, Virginia Thomas, Annette Myarick, CEO, Lupus Foundation of America, Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter, Sen. Tim Solobay and Sen. John Rafferty.



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May is Lupus Awareness Month. On May 6, The House and Senate presented citations to the Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America. At the presentation were, from l-r: Rep. John Payne, Rep. Readshaw, Virginia Thomas, Annette Myarick, CEO, Lupus Foundation of America, Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter, Sen. Tim Solobay and Sen. John Rafferty.

The Bridge Foundation announced $10,000 in scholarships for students attending St. Sylvester School. The scholarships were presented under the state's Educational Improvement Tax Credit program. Henry Sallusti of RBC Capital Markets, a 10-year corporate participant, joined me and Natalie Nutt of the bridge Educational Foundation during a check presentation at the school on April 14.

The Bridge Foundation announced $10,000 in scholarships for students attending St. Sylvester School. The scholarships were presented under the state's Educational Improvement Tax Credit program. Henry Sallusti of RBC Capital Markets, a 10-year corporate participant, joined me and Natalie Nutt of the bridge Educational Foundation during a check presentation at the school on April 14.



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The Bridge Foundation announced $10,000 in scholarships for students attending St. Sylvester School. The scholarships were presented under the state's Educational Improvement Tax Credit program. Henry Sallusti of RBC Capital Markets, a 10-year corporate participant, joined me and Natalie Nutt of the bridge Educational Foundation during a check presentation at the school on April 14.

Rep. Readshaw, on the right, Speaker Sam Smith and Rep. Dan Moul welcome Superintendent James Kirby and present a citation honoring Kirby upon his retirement from Gettysburg National Military Park. Kirby's wife, Beth also holds a flag which was flown over the State Capitol Building.

Rep. Readshaw, on the right, Speaker Sam Smith and Rep. Dan Moul welcome Superintendent James Kirby and present a citation honoring Kirby upon his retirement from Gettysburg National Military Park. Kirby's wife, Beth also holds a flag which was flown over the State Capitol Building.



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Rep. Readshaw, on the right, Speaker Sam Smith and Rep. Dan Moul welcome Superintendent James Kirby and present a citation honoring Kirby upon his retirement from Gettysburg National Military Park. Kirby's wife, Beth also holds a flag which was flown over the State Capitol Building.

Rep. Readshaw receives the Four Chaplains Legion of Honor award in the Capitol Rotunda.  Retired state Rep. and U. S. Marine Corps Colonel Tom Tigue and the Executive Director of the Four Chaplains Memorial Foundation, Christine Beady, present the award

Rep. Readshaw receives the Four Chaplains Legion of Honor award in the Capitol Rotunda. Retired state Rep. and U. S. Marine Corps Colonel Tom Tigue and the Executive Director of the Four Chaplains Memorial Foundation, Christine Beady, present the award



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Rep. Readshaw receives the Four Chaplains Legion of Honor award in the Capitol Rotunda. Retired state Rep. and U. S. Marine Corps Colonel Tom Tigue and the Executive Director of the Four Chaplains Memorial Foundation, Christine Beady, present the award

Rep. Harry Readshaw and Rep. Bill Kortz welcome, from l-r, Jim Walsh, PA Fraternal Order of Police; Legislative Committee Joe Regan, representing the Pittsburgh Police Department; Rep.  Readshaw; Rep. Kortz; Darren Kelly, Pittsburgh Fire Bureau; John Gardell, Pittsburgh Fire Bureau. The guests were present during the adoption of Readshaw's resolutions honoring Pittsburgh's first responders.

Rep. Harry Readshaw and Rep. Bill Kortz welcome, from l-r, Jim Walsh, PA Fraternal Order of Police; Legislative Committee Joe Regan, representing the Pittsburgh Police Department; Rep. Readshaw; Rep. Kortz; Darren Kelly, Pittsburgh Fire Bureau; John Gardell, Pittsburgh Fire Bureau. The guests were present during the adoption of Readshaw's resolutions honoring Pittsburgh's first responders.



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Rep. Harry Readshaw and Rep. Bill Kortz welcome, from l-r, Jim Walsh, PA Fraternal Order of Police; Legislative Committee Joe Regan, representing the Pittsburgh Police Department; Rep. Readshaw; Rep. Kortz; Darren Kelly, Pittsburgh Fire Bureau; John Gardell, Pittsburgh Fire Bureau. The guests were present during the adoption of Readshaw's resolutions honoring Pittsburgh's first responders.

Rep. Readshaw at state Sen. Matt Smith's senior fair.

Rep. Readshaw at state Sen. Matt Smith's senior fair.



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Rep. Readshaw at state Sen. Matt Smith's senior fair.

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Rep. Readshaw takes the oath of office to begin his 10th term representing the 36th District

Rep. Readshaw takes the oath of office to begin his 10th term representing the 36th District



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Rep. Readshaw takes the oath of office to begin his 10th term representing the 36th District

Rep. Readshaw reads to students at St. Sylvester's Elementary School

Rep. Readshaw reads to students at St. Sylvester's Elementary School



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Rep. Readshaw reads to students at St. Sylvester's Elementary School

Rep. Readshaw reads to students at St. Sylvester's Elementary School

Rep. Readshaw reads to students at St. Sylvester's Elementary School



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Rep. Readshaw reads to students at St. Sylvester's Elementary School

Rep. Readshaw at the reopening of the Phillips Recreation Center.
Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.

Rep. Readshaw at the reopening of the Phillips Recreation Center. Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.



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Rep. Readshaw at the reopening of the Phillips Recreation Center. Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.

Rep. Readshaw at the reopening of the Phillips Recreation Center.
Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.

Rep. Readshaw at the reopening of the Phillips Recreation Center. Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.



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Rep. Readshaw at the reopening of the Phillips Recreation Center. Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.

Rep. Readshaw at the opening of the South Side Library.
Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.

Rep. Readshaw at the opening of the South Side Library. Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.



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Rep. Readshaw at the opening of the South Side Library. Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.

Rep. Readshaw at the opening of the South Side Library.
Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.

Rep. Readshaw at the opening of the South Side Library. Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.



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Rep. Readshaw at the opening of the South Side Library. Photo courtesy: South Pittsburgh Reporter.

Rep. Readshaw and Rep. Bill Kortz (middle left) join members of the Baldwin high School's state champion roller hockey team on the House floor

Rep. Readshaw and Rep. Bill Kortz (middle left) join members of the Baldwin high School's state champion roller hockey team on the House floor



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Rep. Readshaw and Rep. Bill Kortz (middle left) join members of the Baldwin high School's state champion roller hockey team on the House floor

Speaker of the House Sam Smith joins Rep. Readshaw (right) and Rep. Bill Kortz in honoring the Baldwin High School state champion roller hockey team in in the House chamber.

Speaker of the House Sam Smith joins Rep. Readshaw (right) and Rep. Bill Kortz in honoring the Baldwin High School state champion roller hockey team in in the House chamber.



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Speaker of the House Sam Smith joins Rep. Readshaw (right) and Rep. Bill Kortz in honoring the Baldwin High School state champion roller hockey team in in the House chamber.

Rep. Readshaw presents a citation recognizing May as Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month in Pennsylvania. Steve Zurl, A.B.A.T.E’s assistant state coordinator accepts the citation during a rally in the Capitol Rotunda on May 7.

Rep. Readshaw presents a citation recognizing May as Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month in Pennsylvania. Steve Zurl, A.B.A.T.E’s assistant state coordinator accepts the citation during a rally in the Capitol Rotunda on May 7.



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Rep. Readshaw presents a citation recognizing May as Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month in Pennsylvania. Steve Zurl, A.B.A.T.E’s assistant state coordinator accepts the citation during a rally in the Capitol Rotunda on May 7.

State Rep. Harry Readshaw is pictured on the steps of the Capitol Rotunda with several of the 16-and-under participants at this year's Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monuments Project Preservation Ball. This year's ninth annual ball raised more than $8,000 for the continued cleaning and maintenance of the 146 Pennsylvania monuments and markers in Gettysburg National Military Park -- a project Readshaw founded in 1997.

State Rep. Harry Readshaw is pictured on the steps of the Capitol Rotunda with several of the 16-and-under participants at this year's Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monuments Project Preservation Ball. This year's ninth annual ball raised more than $8,000 for the continued cleaning and maintenance of the 146 Pennsylvania monuments and markers in Gettysburg National Military Park -- a project Readshaw founded in 1997.



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State Rep. Harry Readshaw is pictured on the steps of the Capitol Rotunda with several of the 16-and-under participants at this year's Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monuments Project Preservation Ball. This year's ninth annual ball raised more than $8,000 for the continued cleaning and maintenance of the 146 Pennsylvania monuments and markers in Gettysburg National Military Park -- a project Readshaw founded in 1997.

With the State Christmas Tree as a background, Rep. Readshaw addresses veterans and their family members during a Wreaths Across America memorial ceremony in the Main Capitol Rotunda. Wreaths Across America honors American servicemen and women who gave up their holidays to serve their country, especially those who never returned home.

With the State Christmas Tree as a background, Rep. Readshaw addresses veterans and their family members during a Wreaths Across America memorial ceremony in the Main Capitol Rotunda. Wreaths Across America honors American servicemen and women who gave up their holidays to serve their country, especially those who never returned home.



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With the State Christmas Tree as a background, Rep. Readshaw addresses veterans and their family members during a Wreaths Across America memorial ceremony in the Main Capitol Rotunda. Wreaths Across America honors American servicemen and women who gave up their holidays to serve their country, especially those who never returned home.

Rep. Readshaw stands at the Korean War Monument with Korea veterans Chuck Marwood, left, and Ed Stevens, right.

Rep. Readshaw stands at the Korean War Monument with Korea veterans Chuck Marwood, left, and Ed Stevens, right.



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Rep. Readshaw stands at the Korean War Monument with Korea veterans Chuck Marwood, left, and Ed Stevens, right.

Rep. Readshaw speaks with members of Boy Scout Troop 338 from Baldwin Boro, Allegheny County in the Rotunda of the Capitol in Harrisburg. The scouts visited the Capitol on June 20 as one of the requirements to earn the Citizenship merit badge.

Rep. Readshaw speaks with members of Boy Scout Troop 338 from Baldwin Boro, Allegheny County in the Rotunda of the Capitol in Harrisburg. The scouts visited the Capitol on June 20 as one of the requirements to earn the Citizenship merit badge.



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Rep. Readshaw speaks with members of Boy Scout Troop 338 from Baldwin Boro, Allegheny County in the Rotunda of the Capitol in Harrisburg. The scouts visited the Capitol on June 20 as one of the requirements to earn the Citizenship merit badge.

With motorcyclists covering the steps behind him, state Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, addresses bikers in Harrisburg for their annual Freedom of Choice rally in the Pennsylvania Capitol Rotunda. Readshaw presented the rally sponsor, the Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education, with a Legislative Citation for their years of active support of the Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monuments Project.

With motorcyclists covering the steps behind him, state Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, addresses bikers in Harrisburg for their annual Freedom of Choice rally in the Pennsylvania Capitol Rotunda. Readshaw presented the rally sponsor, the Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education, with a Legislative Citation for their years of active support of the Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monuments Project.



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With motorcyclists covering the steps behind him, state Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, addresses bikers in Harrisburg for their annual Freedom of Choice rally in the Pennsylvania Capitol Rotunda. Readshaw presented the rally sponsor, the Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education, with a Legislative Citation for their years of active support of the Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monuments Project.

State Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, reads from a legislative citation he sponsored that recognizes the Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education for their years of support of the Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monuments Project, raising thousands of dollars for the campaign to repair and perpetually maintain the more than 140 monuments and markers to Pennsylvania troops that fought at the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863.
Standing with him, left to right, are Reps. Mark Keller, R-Perry/Franklin; Jim Marshall, R-Beaver; and Bill Kortz, D-Allegheny.

State Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, reads from a legislative citation he sponsored that recognizes the Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education for their years of support of the Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monuments Project, raising thousands of dollars for the campaign to repair and perpetually maintain the more than 140 monuments and markers to Pennsylvania troops that fought at the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863. Standing with him, left to right, are Reps. Mark Keller, R-Perry/Franklin; Jim Marshall, R-Beaver; and Bill Kortz, D-Allegheny.



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State Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, reads from a legislative citation he sponsored that recognizes the Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education for their years of support of the Pennsylvania Gettysburg Monuments Project, raising thousands of dollars for the campaign to repair and perpetually maintain the more than 140 monuments and markers to Pennsylvania troops that fought at the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863. Standing with him, left to right, are Reps. Mark Keller, R-Perry/Franklin; Jim Marshall, R-Beaver; and Bill Kortz, D-Allegheny.

Rep. Readshaw and Rep. Dom Costa, also D-Allegheny, on the House floor.

Rep. Readshaw and Rep. Dom Costa, also D-Allegheny, on the House floor.



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Rep. Readshaw and Rep. Dom Costa, also D-Allegheny, on the House floor.

Rep. Readshaw with Kathy Sondej, a volunteer with the group Citizens Against Greyhound Racing at a September  display in the Rotunda of the Main Capitol. The dogs are Kona and Kahlua

Rep. Readshaw with Kathy Sondej, a volunteer with the group Citizens Against Greyhound Racing at a September display in the Rotunda of the Main Capitol. The dogs are Kona and Kahlua



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Rep. Readshaw with Kathy Sondej, a volunteer with the group Citizens Against Greyhound Racing at a September display in the Rotunda of the Main Capitol. The dogs are Kona and Kahlua

Pennsylvania state Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, addresses several hundred motorcyclists gathered in the Capitol Rotunda for the annual Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education rally promoting motorcyclist issues and highway safety.

Pennsylvania state Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, addresses several hundred motorcyclists gathered in the Capitol Rotunda for the annual Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education rally promoting motorcyclist issues and highway safety.



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Pennsylvania state Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, addresses several hundred motorcyclists gathered in the Capitol Rotunda for the annual Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education rally promoting motorcyclist issues and highway safety.

Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, holds up a sign with the word “illegal” during a Capitol news conference to emphasize that unregistered aliens are breaking the law. Readshaw discussed legislation he has introduced that would require applicants for state services or assistance in Pennsylvania to show proof of citizenship or legal residency.

Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, holds up a sign with the word “illegal” during a Capitol news conference to emphasize that unregistered aliens are breaking the law. Readshaw discussed legislation he has introduced that would require applicants for state services or assistance in Pennsylvania to show proof of citizenship or legal residency.



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Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, holds up a sign with the word “illegal” during a Capitol news conference to emphasize that unregistered aliens are breaking the law. Readshaw discussed legislation he has introduced that would require applicants for state services or assistance in Pennsylvania to show proof of citizenship or legal residency.

State Rep. Harry Readshaw expresses his thanks to the members of the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association after being honored with the organization's Batchelder Award for Distinguished Service and Lifetime Achievement in Historical Preservation for his support of preservation of the Pennsylvania monuments on the battlefield and a historic battlefield farm.

State Rep. Harry Readshaw expresses his thanks to the members of the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association after being honored with the organization's Batchelder Award for Distinguished Service and Lifetime Achievement in Historical Preservation for his support of preservation of the Pennsylvania monuments on the battlefield and a historic battlefield farm.



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State Rep. Harry Readshaw expresses his thanks to the members of the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association after being honored with the organization's Batchelder Award for Distinguished Service and Lifetime Achievement in Historical Preservation for his support of preservation of the Pennsylvania monuments on the battlefield and a historic battlefield farm.

Rep. Harry Readshaw at the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association annual dinner, with the guest speaker, retired Major General Wesley Craig Jr., commanding general, 28th Infantry Division (Mechanized), Pennsylvania National Guard.

Rep. Harry Readshaw at the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association annual dinner, with the guest speaker, retired Major General Wesley Craig Jr., commanding general, 28th Infantry Division (Mechanized), Pennsylvania National Guard.



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Rep. Harry Readshaw at the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association annual dinner, with the guest speaker, retired Major General Wesley Craig Jr., commanding general, 28th Infantry Division (Mechanized), Pennsylvania National Guard.

In the state Capitol Rotunda, Rep. Harry Readshaw presents citations from the state House of Representatives, state Senate and Gov. Ed Rendell to officers of the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association in recognition of the association's 50th anniversary. Pictured from left: board of directors member Jay Purdy, Secretary Barb Mowery, Vice President Craig Caba and President Kathi Schue. GBPA is the oldest Civil War battlefield preservation organization in the United States.

In the state Capitol Rotunda, Rep. Harry Readshaw presents citations from the state House of Representatives, state Senate and Gov. Ed Rendell to officers of the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association in recognition of the association's 50th anniversary. Pictured from left: board of directors member Jay Purdy, Secretary Barb Mowery, Vice President Craig Caba and President Kathi Schue. GBPA is the oldest Civil War battlefield preservation organization in the United States.



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In the state Capitol Rotunda, Rep. Harry Readshaw presents citations from the state House of Representatives, state Senate and Gov. Ed Rendell to officers of the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association in recognition of the association's 50th anniversary. Pictured from left: board of directors member Jay Purdy, Secretary Barb Mowery, Vice President Craig Caba and President Kathi Schue. GBPA is the oldest Civil War battlefield preservation organization in the United States.

Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, speaks at a Capitol news conference in favor of a proposal to levy a 6 percent tax on political advertising in Pennsylvania to raise revenue for the state's adultBasic program, which provides health insurance for qualifying uninsured adults from 19-64.

Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, speaks at a Capitol news conference in favor of a proposal to levy a 6 percent tax on political advertising in Pennsylvania to raise revenue for the state's adultBasic program, which provides health insurance for qualifying uninsured adults from 19-64.



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Rep. Harry Readshaw, D-Allegheny, speaks at a Capitol news conference in favor of a proposal to levy a 6 percent tax on political advertising in Pennsylvania to raise revenue for the state's adultBasic program, which provides health insurance for qualifying uninsured adults from 19-64.