Gaming grants provide nearly $900,000 for local projects

(Jul 01, 2016)

HARRISBURG, July 1 – State Rep. Marty Flynn said six projects in the portion of Lackawanna County he represents were approved today to receive $898,282 in funding by the Commonwealth Financing Authority. Read more

 

Flynn Hails Passage of On-Time Budget

(Jun 30, 2016)

Pa. state Rep. Marty Flynn says the House passed an on-time state budget with an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote that delivers an extra $250 million in funding for schools and gets vital funding to social service agencies without broad-based tax increases. Read more

 

Flynn supports education increase in 2016-17 state budget

(Jun 30, 2016)

HARRISBURG, June 30 – State Rep. Marty Flynn said he voted for the 2016-17 state budget because of the $250 million pre-K through 12th grade education funding increase. Read more

 

Veterans outreach June 22 at Flynn’s office

(Jun 14, 2016)

SCRANTON, June 14 – Area veterans are invited to take part in the monthly support program from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 22 at the office of state Rep. Marty Flynn. Read more

 

South Abington outreach Wednesday, June 15

(Jun 09, 2016)

SCRANTON, June 9 – A staffer from state Rep. Marty Flynn's office will provide outreach assistance in South Abington Township on Wednesday, June 15. Read more

 

PACENET income expansion passes House; Flynn providing Medicare help June 13

(Jun 07, 2016)

SCRANTON, June 7 – State Rep. Marty Flynn joined his House colleagues Monday in unanimously passing legislation that would expand prescription drug coverage to over 32,000 older Pennsylvanians by increasing income eligibility guidelines for the PACENET program. Read more

 

Veterans outreach May 25 at Flynn’s office

(May 17, 2016)

SCRANTON, May 17 – State Rep. Marty Flynn, D-Lackawanna, will host the monthly veterans support program at his constituent service office from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 25. Read more

 

Clarks Green outreach offered May 18

(May 09, 2016)

SCRANTON, May 9 – A staff member from state Rep. Marty Flynn's office will provide outreach assistance next week in Clarks Green. Read more

 

Diaper Drive under way at Flynn’s office

(May 04, 2016)

SCRANTON, May 4 – State Rep. Marty Flynn encourages area residents to donate disposable diapers and wipes during his first Diaper Drive throughout May. Read more

 

Medicare help available May 9 at Flynn’s office

(May 03, 2016)

SCRANTON, May 3 – Older residents with questions about Medicare or health insurance coverage should visit state Rep. Marty Flynn’s office during his monthly outreach Monday, May 9. Read more

 

Flynn offering free Gun Safety seminar Thursday

(May 02, 2016)

SCRANTON, May 2 – State Rep. Marty Flynn reminds area residents of the free Gun Safety seminar that begins at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 5 on the first floor of the Mall at Steamtown. Read more

 

Gun Safety seminar offered May 5

(Apr 21, 2016)

SCRANTON, April 21 – State Rep. Marty Flynn invites residents to a May 5 Gun Safety seminar that he is co-hosting with Lackawanna County Sheriff Mark McAndrew and District Attorney Shane Scanlon. Read more

 

Senior Crime Prevention topic of May 13 seminar

(Apr 19, 2016)

SCRANTON, April 19 – Area senior citizens are invited to join state Rep. Marty Flynn and the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office for a Senior Crime Prevention seminar on May 13. Read more

 

South Abington outreach Wednesday for Flynn

(Apr 14, 2016)

SCRANTON, April 14 – A staffer from state Rep. Marty Flynn's office will provide outreach assistance in South Abington Township on Wednesday, April 20. Read more

 

Flynn: Medical Marijuana Soon To Be Law

(Apr 13, 2016)

Pa. state Rep. Marty Flynn speaks about the House’s passage of a medical marijuana bill Wednesday that will help deliver vital medicine to people who are suffering. The bill now goes to the governor to be signed into law. Read more

 

Flynn votes to send medical marijuana bill to governor

(Apr 13, 2016)

HARRISBURG, April 13 – State Rep. Marty Flynn, D-Lackawanna, issued the following statement about his House concurrence vote for legislation (S.B. 3) that was sent to the governor’s desk which would legalize medical marijuana in Pennsylvania. Read more

 

Pa. Family Centers recognized by Flynn resolution

(Apr 12, 2016)

HARRISBURG, April 12 – The state House of Representatives today unanimously adopted a resolution (H.R. 801) sponsored by Rep. Marty Flynn designating the week of April 17, 2016, as Pennsylvania Family Center Network Week. Read more

 

Free shredding event April 16

(Apr 07, 2016)

SCRANTON, April 7 – State Rep. Marty Flynn, D-Lackawanna, will sponsor a free shredding event for residents of the 113th Legislative District from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 16, in the Scranton High School/Stadium parking lot on Providence Road. Read more

 

FREE Medicare Seminar on April 11

(Mar 29, 2016)

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Flynn: Time to start serious work on 2016-17 budget

(Mar 23, 2016)

HARRISBURG, March 23 – State Rep. Marty Flynn, D-Lackawanna, issued the following statement regarding the governor's announcement that he would allow the state budget to become law without his signature: "I agree with Governor Wolf for recognizing that it was time to end the battle over the 2015-16 budget," Flynn said. "House Bill 1801, which finally completes the 2015-16 budget that was due last June 30, was sent to the governor last week. The governor had several options: to again veto the Republican budget entirely as he did last July, to veto specific line items as he did with the Republican budget in December, to sign the budget or to allow the budget to become law without his signature. "Today, the governor recognized the need for closure and to ensure our schools get the funds they need, while recognizing that the final budget is not a great deal for Pennsylvanians. "However, we in Harrisburg can now begin to work toward a budget for next year that can address some of the structural deficits that the governor was fighting to correct this year. "Sometimes a bad budget is better than no budget – and after nine months, it is time to move forward and address the looming deficit for 2016-17." ### Read more