State Rep. Neal P. Goodman recently was re-elected to the House Democratic leadership team and will continue serving as caucus administrator for the 2017-18 legislative session. Read more
Gov. Tom Wolf today signed into law state Rep. Neal P. Goodman’s legislation that ensures Pennsylvania veterans are not shut out of the popular Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program because a state-provided stipend related to their service puts them over the income limit. Read more
State Rep. Neal P. Goodman and state Sen. David G. Argall have rescheduled two free shredding events to Nov. 17. Mechanical problems forced the cancellation of shredding events the lawmakers had planned to host on Oct. 27. Read more
A bill authored by state Rep. Neal P. Goodman that would aid the fight against blight across Schuylkill County and the rest of the state is a few pen strokes away from becoming law. Read more
State Rep. Neal P. Goodman and state Sen. David G. Argall will hold two free shredding events on Thursday, Oct. 27, to help their constituents destroy old financial documents and protect them from identity theft. Read more
State Rep. Neal P. Goodman’s legislation that would ensure benefits veterans receive from Pennsylvania do not disqualify them from participating in the state’s Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program is going to the governor for his signature. Read more
State Rep. Neal P. Goodman and Gov. Tom Wolf announced that Lehigh Valley Hospital-Schuylkill will receive a $2 million state grant that will allow it to continue providing quality health care and preserve family-sustaining jobs. Read more
State Rep. Neal P. Goodman and state Sen. David G. Argall congratulated the Pioneer Mine Tunnel & Steam Train in Ashland for winning a grant to paint and erect a salvaged headframe and hoisting drum as exhibits. Read more
HARRISBURG, May 2 – The Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Monday passed state Rep. Neal P. Goodman’s bill that would reduce the time a purchaser of a building has to correct known code violations or demolish the structure from 18 months to 12 months. Read more
HARRISBURG, April 25 – The state has awarded $1.4 million in grants to fire and EMS companies across Schuylkill County, state Reps. Neal P. Goodman, Jerry Knowles and Mike Tobash and state Sen. David G. Argall announced. Read more
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