Before proudly voting 'no' on a bill attacking transgender student-athletes, PA state Rep. Maureen Madden stood in solidarity with brave high school and college activists from her own community who regularly rally in support of the LGBTQ+ community. Being who you are, she said, is always OK and always acceptable. Read more
Included are several grant programs that recently opened for applications. Read more
Read about the latest grant programs open for applications. Read more
Information on state programs, events, legislation and much more from the desk of Rep. Madden. Read more
There is no cost to search the state database to see if you have unclaimed property. Staff in my district office can help you perform a FREE search of the unclaimed property database. Read more
The aptly named Waste Not Technologies is improving our environment — one yogurt cup at a time. Read more
Recovery homes are an option for people with a history of addiction. These sober-living homes provide a place for those in recovery to ease back into society without temptations surrounding them. Read more
Features articles on Coolbaugh Twp. Volunteer Fire Company, We Have a Choice Justin's House for Men in Tobyhanna, Waste Not Technologies in Tobyhanna, and more. Read more
These volunteer firefighters are also active members of the community, participating in fire-prevention programs with local organizations, schools and older residents to install and check smoke alarms. Read more
Read about the latest state grant opportunities open for applications. Read more
On this episode of Monroe Matters, Pa. state Rep. Maureen Madden breaks down Governor Wolf's state budget proposal and highlights how Monroe County students could benefit from increased education funding. Also, after commemorating the anniversary of the Parkland school shooting, we discuss Pennsylvania's efforts to keep our schools safe. Finally, we take a tour of Waste Not Technologies to see how they're recycling old yogurt cups into plastic fence posts. Read more
State programs now open for applications. Read more
Max Schachter and Tony Montalto, two parents who lost children to the Parkland school shooting, shared their personal stories and research about what other states are doing to make schools safer. Read more
The department will present a nine-part virtual series to NFP participants on a variety of financial topics, including credit, avoiding fraud and scams, budgeting and spending plans, and saving and investing for long- and short-term goals. Read more
Pa. state Rep. Maureen Madden stood on the House floor this week to defend Pennsylvania's public schools and call for fair, equitable funding after the majority party Appropriations chair brazenly blamed school boards and local officials for environmental hazards and crumbling school buildings. Madden reminded her colleagues that, as elected state representatives with a budget surplus, they have a responsibility to ensuring children, teachers and school staff are safe in their learning and working environments. Read more
Learn about grant programs that are accepting applications. Read more
“Our team is excited to help create new opportunities in Pennsylvania and make the area a global hub for 3D construction technology,” said Michael Woods, CEO/COO of Black Buffalo 3D. Read more
Read about the latest state grant programs open for applications. Read more
“I’m glad to see this funding make its way back to Monroe County for such an important issue.” Read more
Pa. state Rep. Maureen Madden supports the bipartisan effort to reform charter schools so charters are in line with traditional public schools. She said it's critical that schools across the commonwealth are equitably funded while addressing the burdensome and unfair costs of charter schools and cyber charter schools that get passed along to homeowners via higher property taxes. Read more
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