Community Budget Briefing

Community Budget Briefing with House Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman Jordan Harris, D-Phila., and the Philadelphia House Delegation

February 20, 2024 - Mass Transit

The House Majority Policy Committee held a hearing, hosted by state Rep. Ben Waxman, focusing on improving public transportation.

Phila. House Delegation 2024-25 Budget Priorities

Philadelphia House Delegation leaders hold a press conference at City Hall in Philadelphia to respond to Governor Shapiro's budget proposal and discuss their priorities in the upcoming budget process.

$25 Million in State Funding for Philadelphia Water Department Projects

Pennsylvania House Majority Appropriations Chairman Jordan Harris joined fellow Philadelphia state representatives, senators, city leaders and Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle L. Parker to present nearly $25 million in state grant funding to Philadelphia Water Commissioner Randy Hayman for city water infrastructure improvement projects.

House Judiciary Committee Voting Meeting on Gun Reform Legislation - January 17, 2024

Philadelphia House Delegation members Malcolm Kenyatta, Joe Hohenstein, and Chris Rabb speak during a House Judiciary Committee meeting.

Phila. House Delegation & Southeast Delegation Tour of I-95 Construction

In the early morning hours of Friday, June 23, 2023, members of the Philadelphia House Delegation and Southeast Delegation met with officials and workers at the site of the reconstruction of the collapsed portion of Interstate 95 in Northeast Philadelphia.

Black Lives Matter House Chamber Protest

Democratic lawmakers joined the Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus in a moment of civil disobedience in the House chamber to demand action on police reform bills currently stalled in the House of Representatives.

Calling for action following June 2019 weekend of gun violence

The Philadelphia Delegation of the General Assembly called upon Governor Tom Wolf, Attorney General Josh Shapiro, Mayor Jim Kenney and District Attorney Larry Krasner to work together in a coordinated way to reduce the scourge of gun violence in Philadelphia after a weekend of gun violence in which 28 victims were involved in 19 shootings leaving five dead.