Final Ruling on State Senate and House Maps

(Mar 18, 2022)

Final Ruling on State Senate and House Maps Read more

 

Hanbidge announces $30,000 grant to Wissahickon Valley Historical Society

(Mar 14, 2022)

HARRISBURG, March 14 – State Rep. Liz Hanbidge, D-Montgomery, today announced a $30,000 grant has been awarded to the Wissahickon Valley Historical Society. The grant was awarded through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development and will go toward repairs to the historic Franklinville School. “Since 1858, the Franklinville School has withstood the test of time, and has remained an integral part of Montgomery County’s story for the last 164 years,” Hanbidge said. “These grant dollars will make certain that this historic building continues to be deeply woven into the fabric of our community for generations to come.” The award will be used to offset the cost of necessary repairs to the building, including renovations to the roof, porches, and HVAC, along with cosmetic upgrades. Anyone with questions may contact Hanbidge’s office at 610-277-3230. Read more

 

The Need for Charter School Reform

(Mar 14, 2022)

The Need for Charter School Reform Read more

 

Hanbidge applauds $90,000 grant awarded to North Wales Area Library

(Mar 09, 2022)

HARRISBURG, March 9 – State Rep. Liz Hanbidge, D-Montgomery, today announced the awarding of $90,000 in grant funding to the North Wales Area public library. These grants were awarded through the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Bureau of Library Development, which is funded from a portion of the state’s realty transfer tax. “Unfettered access to high-quality public libraries has been a part of our commonwealth’s story since its inception,” Hanbidge said. “These grant dollars will go toward ensuring residents in the 61 st Legislative District continue to have an avenue to obtain the vital services offered by our public libraries here in Montgomery County.” The award will be used to offset the cost of necessary repairs to the building, including replacing the roof and insulation, with the goal of making the library more energy efficient. Anyone with questions may contact Hanbidge’s office at 610-277-3230. Read more

 

Updates on Mail-in Voting & Act 77

(Mar 04, 2022)

Updates on Mail-in Voting & Act 77 Read more

 

Winter 2022 Newsletter

(Mar 02, 2022)

Winter 2022 Newsletter Read more

 

Updates on Redistricting Process

(Feb 25, 2022)

Updates on Redistricting Process Read more

 

Past funding inequities impact current educational budgeting needs

(Feb 18, 2022)

This week I plan to discuss the educational aspects of Governor Wolf’s proposed budget. Read more

 

A Recap of the Governor's Budget Address

(Feb 11, 2022)

A Recap of the Governor's Budget Address Read more

 

A Budget to Propel Pennsylvania Forward

(Feb 04, 2022)

A Budget to Propel Pennsylvania Forward Read more

 

Aid for Nurses and Pending Constitutional Abortion ban

(Jan 28, 2022)

Aid for Nurses and Pending Constitutional Abortion ban Read more

 

Carrying on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Legacy by Demanding Equal Access to the Ballot Box

(Jan 20, 2022)

Carrying on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Legacy by Demanding Equal Access to the Ballot Box Read more

 

If you can’t Beat ‘em, Cheat ‘em

(Jan 14, 2022)

If you can’t Beat ‘em, Cheat ‘em Read more

 

Remembering January 6th and Recommitting Ourselves to Democracy

(Jan 06, 2022)

Remembering January 6th and Recommitting Ourselves to Democracy Read more

 

Dec. 31 Update: Happy New Year! Legislative updates and more

(Jan 04, 2022)

Dear Friends, During our last legislative session week, the House packed a number of amendments on a wide range of issues into SB106, which was over from the Senate and deals with the way Lieutenant Governors are elected. Read more

 

Hanbidge announces over $460,000 in grants awarded to improve local parks, watershed

(Dec 30, 2021)

State Rep. Liz Hanbidge, D-Montgomery, today announced the awarding of over $460,000 in three separate grant awards earmarked to improve Grist Mill and Whites Road Parks along with the Wissahickon Creek Watershed. Read more

 

December 23: Update on House Bills to Harm our Environment, Expand Broadband

(Dec 23, 2021)

Update on House Bills to Harm our Environment, Expand Broadband Read more

 

December 17 Update: New Legislative Maps are Released

(Dec 17, 2021)

December 17 Update: New Legislative Maps are Released Read more

 

Hanbidge: Gender parity should be important to all of us

(Dec 16, 2021)

This is why I am focused on women’s issues. Not just because it is fair and because it is right, but I’m focused on women because women matter. Read more

 

State Reps. Hanbidge and Daley announce $2 million grant for Gwynedd Mercy project

(Dec 06, 2021)

HARRISBURG, Dec. 6 – In an effort to help get a Gwynedd Mercy University renovation project off the ground, state Reps. Liz Hanbidge and Mary Jo Daley today announced a $2 million state grant that will be used to launch phase 1 of the Triplex Project, the renovation of Loyola Hall. The funding is being awarded to the Montgomery County Redevelopment Authority through the state’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. “Universities across the nation are competing to attract the best and the brightest students, and many are struggling to offer both a quality education and a modern and exciting campus experience,” Hanbidge said. “The expansion project happening at Gwynedd Mercy University continues to transform the campus in exciting ways, and I am delighted to help secure this $2 million in state funding to help see it through.” According to the lawmakers, the renovation project will upgrade residential living/learning rooms, common spaces, meeting spaces, utility and technology rooms, and bathrooms. The relocation of workspace for residence life and health and wellness will increase residential capacity by eight rooms. Renovations include upgrades to electric, installation of WiFi, asbestos abatement, improvements to exterior masonry deficiency, ADA bathroom facilities, and installation of HVAC/Ventilation that meets COVID-19 pandemic requirements. "Investment in Read more