State Rep. Morgan Cephas and state Sen. Christine Tartaglione, along with fellow lawmakers and the Wolf administration, today announced $25.6 million in American Rescue Plan funding to be allocated for a new maternal and child health initiative in Pennsylvania. The funding announcement also coincides with Black Maternal Health Week, April 11-17.
Images of Rep. Morgan Cephas during the 2022-23 Budget Hearings.
Rep. Morgan Cephas joins colleagues and representatives from Planned Parenthood to discuss the Women’s Health Protection Act at a Harrisburg press conference.
After hearing countless calls for help from the communities she serves regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and testing, state Rep. Morgan Cephas welcomed more than 1,500 residents to her telephone town hall to answer their questions and address their concerns about the issues.
State Rep. Morgan Cephas teamed up with state Rep-elect Amen Brown, D-Phila., and Councilmember Curtis Jones Jr., along with the nonprofit groups, Pull Up Neighbor and the Players Association on Friday, Dec. 4 at the Parkside Shopping Center to give away free personal protective equipment, including masks and hand sanitizer, and food boxes.
State Rep. Morgan Cephas teamed up with Independence Blue Cross to distribute more than 250 free turkeys along with reusable masks and hand sanitizer to West Philadelphia residents in need, with a majority of recipients being seniors.
Cephas applauded the more than 80 individuals who came out to Carroll Park to be counted this past Saturday for a similar census event she put together with state Sen. Vincent Hughes and Councilmember Curtis Jones Jr.
n her ongoing efforts to ensure everyone in her communities is counted, state Rep. Morgan Cephas on Tuesday helped local residents complete the 2020 Census ahead of the Sept. 30 deadline.
State Rep. Morgan Cephas is commending the American Chinese United Association for donating Tuesday more than 5,000 pieces of personal protective equipment to help protect communities in West Philadelphia from the COVID-19 virus.
As gun violence continues plaguing Philadelphia, state Rep. Morgan Cephas hosted her State of the 192nd Town Hall to address this public health crisis.
Members of the House Women’s Health Caucus and other lawmakers called on Republican leaders to devote their time and energy toward legislation that would positively impact the lives of women and families in Pennsylvania.
Rep. Cephas held her second annual District Day on Aug. 18, 2018 at Tustin Recreation Center. The free event featured activities for the entire family, including a basketball tournament, live music and entertainment, games, raffles, giveaways, food and refreshments. There were also be a number of different programs and groups that provide services to the community.
Rep. Morgan Cephas held her third annual District Day on Aug. 17, 2019. The free event featured activities for the entire family, including a basketball tournament, live music and entertainment, including Philly’s own Beano French as headline performer, games, raffles, giveaways, food, and refreshments.
Rep. Morgan Cephas along with members of the Philadelphia Delegation hosted a public meeting on the issues relating to nuisance establishments that sell alcohol and how they impact surrounding communities.
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