Matzie urges gaming board to act quickly in issuing sports betting regulations

(May 17, 2018)

HARRISBURG, May 17 – Calling the timing critical, state Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, is urging the state Gaming Control Board to act quickly in issuing the regulations needed to implement sports betting provisions in Pennsylvania’s gaming law. Read more

 

Matzie: Beaver County schools get nearly $50,000 to expand school breakfast programs

(May 16, 2018)

HARRISBURG, May 16 – More Beaver County students will start their day with a healthy breakfast under a new state funding initiative designed to help area schools set up or expand breakfast programs, state Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, announced today. The funding – part of the governor’s School Breakfast Initiative – will provide nearly $50,000 in funding to 12 area schools. “We’ve known for a long time that it’s easier for kids to learn and retain information when they start the day with a decent breakfast,” Matzie said. “In fact, studies show that students who eat breakfast before starting class are twice as likely to perform well on tests as those who don’t. Making sure our area students have a healthy meal at the start of the day goes hand-in-hand with ensuring that we’re providing them with the best possible education.” Matzie said the following Beaver County schools will receive grants under the program: Ambridge Area SD -- Ambridge Junior High School – $3,000 Beaver Valley IU – New Horizon School -- $1,500 Central Valley SD – Central Valley Middle School -- $4,367 Central Valley SD – Center Grange Elementary School -- $4,380 Central Valley SD – Todd Lane Elementary School -- $3,332 Central Valley SD – Central Valley High School -- $4,922 Hopewell Area SD – Hopewell Senior High School -- $4,400 Hopewell Area SD – Hopewell Junior Read more

 

Matzie: Supreme Court clears the way for sports betting in state’s casinos

(May 14, 2018)

HARRISBURG, May 14 – A ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court will clear the way for Pennsylvania’s casinos to offer sports betting, state Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, announced today. Matzie worked to ensure that language from his sports-betting bill was included in gaming legislation Gov. Wolf signed last year so that the state would be competitively positioned to offer sports betting if and when it became legal. “It only took us to 2018 to do what should have been legal for years.” Matzie said. “I believed when I first introduced this language last year that the commonwealth was in a good position to regulate sports betting in all forms and that we needed to put the cart before the horse and be ready. With the inclusion of my language and some tweaks to the gaming bill last year, Pennsylvania is ready.” The Supreme Court’s decision struck down a 1992 federal law that barred state-authorized sports betting, with a few exceptions. New Jersey challenged the law, arguing that Congress overstepped its authority in enacting it. The high court agreed, holding that although Congress has the authority to regulate sports gambling directly, if it elects not to do so, each state is free to act on its own. Matzie said that given the prevalence and popularity of sports betting, the court’s decision is likely to generate great business for the state’s casinos, and he is encouraged that his efforts have helped Pennsylvania Read more

 

Matzie resolution slating May 12 as National Train Day in Pennsylvania adopted by state House

(May 02, 2018)

HARRISBURG, May 2 – State Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, today announced that a measure he recently introduced, H.R.864 , which would designate May 12 as National Train Day in Pennsylvania, was unanimously adopted by the full state House. “Rail travel connects our cities and rural areas, while also providing a more environmentally friendly mode of transportation that contributes to our energy security, which is why it was so vital to introduce and adopt this resolution,” Matzie said. National Train Day was first established in 2008 to educate the public about the rich history of our nation’s trains and the advantages of rail travel, Matzie noted This observation, Matzie said, is held annually on the Saturday closest to May 10, which is the day the nation’s first transcontinental railway was completed in 1869 in Promontory, Utah. Since then, the development of rail travel has revolutionized the commonwealth and transformed Pennsylvania into an industrial powerhouse across the region and country, Matzie added. Read more

 

Matzie: Resolution designating May 1 as World Asthma Day adopted by state House

(Apr 30, 2018)

HARRISBURG, April 30 – In an effort to raise awareness and improve asthma care throughout the commonwealth, state Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, today announced that his resolution, H.R. 863 , which designates May 1 as World Asthma Day in Pennsylvania, was unanimously adopted by the House. “According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it’s estimated that 979,527 adults and 281,301 children in Pennsylvania suffered from asthma in 2014,” Matzie said. “By recognizing and adopting this resolution, we are supporting those who suffer from asthma and encourage others to help them control their symptoms. That said, I’d like to thank all my colleagues for understanding the importance of this resolution and adopting it to promote awareness of this disease.” In an effort to raise awareness and improve asthma care throughout the world, advocates annually celebrate the first Tuesday of May as World Asthma Day, Matzie said. This occasion encourages individuals to focus on daily asthma management and to identify allergens and irritants that can lead to and worsen asthma attacks, he added. Asthma is defined as a chronic lung disease that inflames and narrows airways resulting in reoccurring periods of wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath and chronic coughing. The CDC reports that approximately 18.4 million adults and 6.2 million children in the United States have asthma. Read more

 

Matzie: Closing power plants comes with severe consequences

(Apr 17, 2018)

HARRISBURG, April 17 – Following Tuesday’s Nuclear Energy Caucus at the state Capitol, Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, warned that the premature closing of four nuclear power plants in Pennsylvania and Ohio will have grave effects on the environment and the economy, including an annual increase in carbon dioxide emissions across the commonwealth and the loss of thousands of jobs. Matzie noted a recent report also shed light on the environmental and economic impacts associated with the retirement of these plants. According to the report, this will lead to an annual increase of over 20 million metric tons of carbon dioxide, which is equivalent to 4.5 million cars on the roadways. It also found that premature closing will: Increase annual emissions of harmful air pollutants like sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide; Increase annual electricity costs for Pennsylvania and Ohio residents by as much as $285 million; and Put more than 3,000 direct jobs at risk. “The premature retirement of these plants will drastically reverse more than 25 years of progress geared toward a future designed around low-carbon energy,” Matzie said. “We need to recognize the value and resiliency of emission-free nuclear energy to ensure a better future for all.” In 2017, the four nuclear power plants moving toward a premature retirement provided 1½ times as much zero-emission energy as the wind and solar resources across the entire PJM Read more

 

Matzie: $3.8 million awarded to complete rail freight project in Beaver County

(Mar 27, 2018)

HARRISBURG, March 27 – State Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, today said he is pleased that Beaver County and southwestern Pennsylvania have been awarded more than $14 million through the Rail Freight Assistance Program (RFAP) and the Rail Transportation Assistance Program (RTAP). In Beaver County, a $3.8 million grant was awarded to Shell Chemical Appalachia LLC, to construct 10 miles of track from Aliquippa to Monaca, Pa. The new track will be used to transport construction materials for Shell’s plant and outbound product from the completed plant. Shell is constructing an ethane cracker plant in Potter Township, which is expected to employ an estimated 600 workers and anticipated to open in the 2020s. Matzie, who also is the chairman of the House Transportation Committee’s Sub-Committee on Rail, said that the investments are huge for the region and will show what investing in rail can do. “These investments mean retaining jobs, creating jobs and improving the economy,” he said. “Projects such as these help boost our overall infrastructure and economic development.” RFAP provides financial assistance for rail freight infrastructure investments by preserving rail freight service where economically feasible, and stimulating development through new or expanded service. Last year, Matzie was instrumental in the House adopting resolutions that commemorated National Train Day in May (H.R. Read more

 

Matzie resolution recognizes April as ‘Limb Loss Awareness Month’

(Mar 14, 2018)

HARRISBURG, March 14 – Reflecting the reality that 28 million U.S. residents are at risk for an amputation, state Rep. Rob Matzie’s resolution declaring April as “Limb Loss Awareness Month in Pennsylvania” was approved by the House today. Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, said H.R. 743 is designed to raise awareness of the prevalence of amputation and the plights faced by the 2 million people in the United States who’ve already lost a limb. “The leading causes of amputation are vascular disease, trauma and cancer – and all ages, races and genders are affected,” Matzie said. “It is a lifetime condition and the general public is largely unaware of the challenges – physically, emotionally and financially – facing amputees and their families.” Matzie noted that the men, women and children who wake up every morning and overcome the adversity of limb loss are true heroes, who demonstrate strength and fortitude. According to the Amputee Coalition of America, the U.S. amputee population is projected to more than double by the year 2050 to 3.6 million; also, the estimated cost to U.S. private and public insurance agencies is at least $12 billion annually. Video of Rep. Matzie speaking about H.R. 743 is available HERE. Read more

 

House adopts Matzie ‘Sunshine Week’ resolution supporting public access to government documents, meetings

(Mar 14, 2018)

HARRISBURG, March 14 – State Rep. Robert Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, today announced the adoption of his H.R. 720, designating the week of March 11-17, 2018, as “Sunshine Week” in Pennsylvania, highlighting the importance of open and accessible government. Matzie said that Sunshine Week emphasizes the need for government officials to ensure decision-making processes are as public and accessible as possible, a stance he robustly supports as an elected official. Additionally, Matzie said it also promotes the steps citizens can take to become more active participants in their local, state and federal governments, such as Pennsylvania’s Sunshine Act covering open public meetings and its Right to Know Law covering public documents. “A free and independent press remains vital as a check-and-balance on our democracy, and my stance has always been that access to government decision-making and public information should be as easy as possible,” Matzie said. “Sunshine Week coincides with the birthday of James Madison, one of our nation’s founders and a chief architect of the Bill of Rights, for a reason: Knowledge and access to information empowers those who are governed.” Sunshine Week was established by the American Society of News Editors in 2005 to spark discussion about the importance of open government and public access to government documents and meetings. Since its inception, the ASNE, the Reporters Committee for Read more

 

March 11 through March 17 declared ‘Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week’ in Pa.

(Mar 13, 2018)

HARRISBURG, March 13 – March 11 through March 17 will be recognized as “ Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week” in Pennsylvania following today’s House’s adoption of a resolution introduced by Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny. “My co-chairman of the House MS Caucus – Representative Marguerite Quinn of Bucks County –and I can’t thank members of the House enough for unanimously adopting House Resolution 726, which recognizes the week of March 11 as Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week,” Matzie said. “This disease affects many families, including my own. The House’s action today and in years past is a testament to our ongoing efforts to raise awareness of the impact of this debilitating disease.” Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable and most times disabling disease that attacks the central nervous system by disrupting the flow of information to the body and brain. Symptoms include fatigue, weakness, paralysis, balance problems, blindness and depression. The severity of the disease differs from patient to patient, but about 90 percent of those diagnosed with MS will experience relapse-remitting symptoms, which means a patient can go long periods of time without any complications from the disease. Data also suggests women appear to be more susceptible to the disease than men, noting women between the ages of 20 and 40 are the most at-risk for a positive diagnosis. “I urge all Read more

 

House adopts Matzie resolution recognizing Charter Day

(Mar 13, 2018)

HARRISBURG, March 13 – The House today unanimously adopted Rep. Rob Matzie’s H.R. 676, recognizing March 11, 2018, as Charter Day in Pennsylvania. The resolution commemorates the charter England’s King Charles II granted William Penn on March 4, 1681, defining the land that is now Pennsylvania. The resolution also recognizes the early form of constitution written by Penn—the Frame of Government of Pennsylvania—for its enduring contribution to democratic principles. “Penn understood the danger of a ruler assuming absolute power, and he created a framework that would protect individual liberties such as freedom of worship,” said Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny. “His far-thinking vision for a free, democratic commonwealth is still relevant today.” In addition to guaranteeing freedom of worship and providing a framework for challenging unconstitutional laws, the frame provided for other important checks on governmental power by limiting capital punishment and permitting the assembly to request impeachment of the governor. The charter document, sometimes referred to as the state’s “birth certificate,” is hand-printed on animal skin and still bears the likeness of King Charles II. It will be on exhibit March 9-16 at The State Museum of Pennsylvania. Read more

 

Matzie comments on Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget address

(Feb 06, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 6 – State Rep. Robert Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, released the following statement regarding Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed 2018-19 budget address today: “Budgets, in essence, are a list of priorities. The governor’s proposal hit on many of my priorities: increased education funding – from pre-K to college; a large investment ($50 million) in workforce development and additional dollars to help create manufacturing jobs; additional funding to combat the opioid crisis; and additional funding for bridge repair. “It protects programs that are crucial to our senior citizens, and offers ways to consolidate and streamline government while maintaining services. Perhaps most importantly, there is no call for a broad-based tax increase. “As always, this proposal serves as a framework. There is much work to be done. But this is a positive first step.” To her audio of Rep. Matzie’s comments, click here . Read more

 

House passes Rothman/Matzie bill that would limit use of automatic plate readers

(Jan 23, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Jan. 23 – Rep. Rob Matzie is pleased to announce that the House today passed H.B. 1811, legislation that would limit the state’s use of Automated License Plate Reader Systems to law enforcement purposes only. ALPRs are systems that combine mobile or fixed high-speed cameras with computer algorithms that convert images of registration plates into computer-readable data. States, counties and local agencies use the data for law enforcement. Matzie, the prime co-sponsor of the bill along with Rep. Greg Rothman, R-Dauphin, said that while ALPRs provide vital data, controls are needed to protect motorists’ personal information. Matzie has previously voiced concerns over the sale of data collected by the state Transportation Department and has introduced legislation to prohibit third parties from selling such information. He fears that without proper regulation, data generated by ALPR systems may be sold to, or shared with, third parties, compromising motorists’ privacy. “I have been leading the fight to protect personal data -- in any form -- for many years,” said Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny. “While ALPR data is a valuable and necessary tool for law enforcement, the consequences of that data falling into the wrong hands can be devastating and can ruin lives. It is critical to protect that information.” In addition to limiting ALPR use to law enforcement purposes, the bill would provide that government entities may Read more

 

Matzie resolution highlighting rheumatoid arthritis is adopted

(Jan 23, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Jan. 23 – A resolution introduced by Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, that designates Feb. 2, 2018 as “Rheumatoid Awareness Day” in Pennsylvania has been adopted. The resolution, H.R. 649, is in honor of the approximately 2 million Americans living with the disease, including Matzie’s father. Seeing first-hand how the effects of rheumatoid arthritis had on his dad, Matzie said early detection and treatment is critical to fighting the debilitating disease. Although there is no cure, treatment is aimed at relieving pain, preventing organ damage and stopping inflammation. “Rheumatoid Awareness Day comes at the start of American Heart Month, underscoring the impact rheumatoid disease has on the heart prior to diagnosis,” Matzie said. “The Mayo Clinic states that rheumatoid arthritis patients have a 50 percent higher risk of heart attacks, twice the risk of heart failure and an increase in peripheral vascular disease, than people who do not have rheumatoid arthritis. Patients are twice as likely to experience silent heart attacks and sudden cardiac deaths.” The chronic disorder causes severe pain, frequent disability and increased mortality. Symptoms may include fatigue, fever, weight loss, swollen, warm or tender joints and joint stiffness, according to the Mayo Clinic. Read more

 

Matzie talks workforce development, Plan4PA at House Democratic Policy Committee roundtable

(Jan 17, 2018)

MONACA, Jan. 17 – State Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, today hosted a House Democratic Policy Committee roundtable to discuss workforce development at the Community College of Beaver County. Members of the House Democratic Policy Committee, including Chairman Mike Sturla, D-Lancaster, joined Matzie for the discussion with local labor leaders and policy experts. The roundtable focused on job training for employment opportunities in Southwest Pennsylvania. “Programs have been developed to take advantage of the Shell cracker plant and Southwest Pennsylvania’s abundant supply of energy. This tells a good story of the role community colleges play in preparing the workforce, planning and filling positions based on demand,” Matzie said. “Workforce development often begins at community colleges. Whether recent high school graduates are continuing their education or adult learners are looking to further their education and careers, they offer the key to a family-sustaining career path,” Sturla emphasized. “Representative Matzie is an example of those who attended community college and have achieved both personal and professional success. I look forward to further discussion on developing a workforce for the needs of today and the future.” Participants included: John Goberish, dean of Workforce Development and Continuing Education, Community College of Beaver County; Elizabeth McIntyre, director Read more

 

Matzie: $365,000 state grant to aid Aliquippa redevelopment

(Jan 03, 2018)

ALIQUIPPA, Jan. 3 – The redevelopment of a site adjacent to Aliquippa Industrial Park will be expedited by a $365,000 state grant, state Rep. Rob Matzie announced today. Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, said the Keystone Communities program funding will help Aliquippa demolish three remaining commercial buildings on the eastern end of Franklin Avenue, immediately adjacent to State Route 51 and the entrance to the industrial park “The clean-up of a main artery into the city is part of the overall plan to continue rebuilding a new Aliquippa,” Matzie said. The local project is one of 22 approved for funding statewide, worth a combined $5.4 million. Administered by the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED), the Keystone Communities program is designed to encourage the creation of partnerships between the public and private sectors in the community, supporting local initiatives that grow and stabilize neighborhoods and communities. Other program goals are to ensure social and economic diversity, and to enhance the overall quality of life for residents. These partnerships create more attractive places to live and will encourage business and job expansion and retention in Pennsylvania, Matzie said. Read more

 

City of Aliquippa, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to receive funding through Neighborhood Assistance Program

(Dec 20, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Dec. 20 – State Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, said he is excited to announce that two community investment projects located within his district will receive financial assistance following Gov. Tom Wolf’s approval of $17.9 million in funding through the Department of Community and Economic Development’s Neighborhood Assistance Program . The City of Aliquippa Economic Development Corp., located in Beaver County, will receive $400,000. “Mayor Walker and his administration were tenacious in their effort to sell the Commonwealth on Aliquippa and its needs. He (Walker) was a tireless advocate, stressing how this investment will be utilized and the dividends that will come as a result,” Matzie said. “Many say it takes a village. In this case it takes One Aliquippa! This investment and the hopeful legacy it will leave can be a catalyst for a new and better Aliquippa.” The funds will be used for a number of community needs, including the creation of a digital media center and classroom in the B.F. Jones Memorial Library to offer digital programming to youth and skills development classes for all ages. Weekly job success workshops that will provide instruction on resume writing, job searches and interviewing, plus individual counseling for personal job development and re-entry into the workforce will also be implemented. “Education is the foundation for our youth and all to excel and this funding will help Read more

 

Matzie: Central Valley, Quaker Valley, Ambridge Area school districts awarded combined $130,000 for resource, police officers

(Nov 17, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Nov. 17 – The state Department of Education has notified state Rep. Rob Matzie that $130,000 in grants for the training and compensation of school resource and police officers will be awarded to the Central Valley, Quaker Valley and Ambridge school districts. Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, said Central Valley is getting $60,000, Quaker Valley will receive $40,000 and Ambridge Area is slated for $30,000. Matzie said official notices are expected to be sent to all three school districts today. “Nothing is more important than the well-being of our children, especially when they are at school,” Matzie said. “As lawmakers, our goal should be to help in any way to create a safe environment of learning for students. The grants will help these districts work toward and achieve that goal.” The money is coming from the Safe Schools School Police/Resource Officer Grant program. Applicants are eligible for a maximum individual grant of $60,000 for a school resource officer and $40,000 for a school police officer. Local police agencies and municipalities can apply and receive a grant but they must have prior consent of the governing board of the school to place school resource officers on the school’s premises. Read more

 

Matzie, Vogel announce grants: $199,508 for Rochester parks, $100,000 for Ambridge parks, $111,377 for Baden water plant road

(Nov 15, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Nov. 14 – The Commonwealth Financing Authority has approved grants totaling $410,885 for three municipalities in the 16 th Legislative District, state Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, and state Sen. Elder Vogel, D-Beaver, announced today. Vogel and Matzie said two of the grants come through the CFA’s Greenways, Trails and Recreation Program, which funds development, rehabilitation and improvements to public parks, recreation areas, greenways, trails and river conservation. These grants, which cannot exceed $250,000 and require a 15-percent match of the total project cost, are: $199,508 to Rochester Borough for rehabilitation of two memorial parks, including moving the Rochester Area War Memorial plaques over to the Soldiers and Sailors Monument area on new granite stones, refurbishing the existing sandstone memorial with new sign panels to showcase local history, and replacing existing walkways, lighting, benches, flagpoles and trees. $100,000 to Ambridge Borough for improvements at the 8 th Street and Walter Panek parks, including resurfacing and renovation of the Panek Street Park basketball court, and new playground equipment and picnic shelter at the 8 th Street Park. Regarding the grants, Vogel said, “I am thankful for the commonwealth’s investment in these projects. The Rochester area is proud of their veterans, and these upgrades will help to give them the recognition and honor they deserve. Special Read more

 

‘Credit Union Week’ in Pa. declared by Matzie resolution

(Oct 16, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Oct. 16 – Pennsylvania’s more than 400 credit unions and their 3.8 million members are being recognized per a resolution from state Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver/Allegheny, unanimously approved by the House today. Matzie said his H.R. 557, which designates Oct. 16-20 as “Credit Union Week” in the Keystone State, is designed to acknowledge their different approach they take to doing business. “Rather than focusing on turning a profit for shareholders, like traditional banks, credit unions concentrate their efforts on providing valuable financial services to their members,” Matzie said. “They combine their member’s personal resources with the leadership abilities of the board of directors, forming a cooperative that benefits all.” Matzie said that because credit unions are controlled and operated by their membership, they act as financial democracies, affording a vote to each and every member. He said they also offer lower-than-average bank card rates and low-interest loans, in addition to providing financial education. “These institutions also support and sponsor members’ charitable work, spurning involvement in local communities,” Matzie said. “They exist to unite like-minded individuals, working for a better financial and economic future, with a philosophy of ‘not for profit, not for charity, but for service’ to their members.” Read more

 

Matzie urges gaming board to act quickly in issuing sports betting regulations
May 17, 2018

Matzie: Beaver County schools get nearly $50,000 to expand school breakfast programs
May 16, 2018

Matzie: Supreme Court clears the way for sports betting in state’s casinos
May 14, 2018

Matzie resolution slating May 12 as National Train Day in Pennsylvania adopted by state House
May 02, 2018

Matzie: Resolution designating May 1 as World Asthma Day adopted by state House
Apr 30, 2018

Matzie: Closing power plants comes with severe consequences
Apr 17, 2018

Matzie: $3.8 million awarded to complete rail freight project in Beaver County
Mar 27, 2018

Matzie resolution recognizes April as ‘Limb Loss Awareness Month’
Mar 14, 2018

House adopts Matzie ‘Sunshine Week’ resolution supporting public access to government documents, meetings
Mar 14, 2018

March 11 through March 17 declared ‘Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week’ in Pa.
Mar 13, 2018

House adopts Matzie resolution recognizing Charter Day
Mar 13, 2018

Matzie comments on Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget address
Feb 06, 2018

House passes Rothman/Matzie bill that would limit use of automatic plate readers
Jan 23, 2018

Matzie resolution highlighting rheumatoid arthritis is adopted
Jan 23, 2018

Matzie talks workforce development, Plan4PA at House Democratic Policy Committee roundtable
Jan 17, 2018

Matzie: $365,000 state grant to aid Aliquippa redevelopment
Jan 03, 2018

City of Aliquippa, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to receive funding through Neighborhood Assistance Program
Dec 20, 2017

Matzie: Central Valley, Quaker Valley, Ambridge Area school districts awarded combined $130,000 for resource, police officers
Nov 17, 2017

Matzie, Vogel announce grants: $199,508 for Rochester parks, $100,000 for Ambridge parks, $111,377 for Baden water plant road
Nov 15, 2017

‘Credit Union Week’ in Pa. declared by Matzie resolution
Oct 16, 2017