Rep. Mark Rozzi talks about his bill to establish a scholarship program for Pennsylvania's primary and secondary education students. His bill aims to help draw students to the field, alleviating the commonwealth's teacher shortage.
Speaker Rozzi held his third listening tour session with the Speaker's Workgroup to Move Pennsylvania Forward at Penn State in State College. The goal was to hear from the public about how to break the partisan gridlock in Harrisburg and get justice for survivors of childhood sexual assault.
Speaker Rozzi held his second listening tour session with the Speaker's Workgroup to Move Pennsylvania Forward at St. Joes in Philadelphia. The goal was to hear from the public about how to break the partisan gridlock in Harrisburg and get justice for survivors of childhood sexual assault.
Speaker Rozzi held his first listening tour session with the Speaker's Workgroup to Move Pennsylvania Forward at CMU in Pittsburgh. The goal was to hear from the public about how to break the partisan gridlock in Harrisburg and get justice for survivors of childhood sexual assault.
Representative Mark Rozzi, Senator Tim Kearney, Governor Tom Wolf, Attorney General Josh Shapiro, Child USA founder and CEO Marci Hamilton, and SNAP (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) President Shaun Dougherty speak at the Statute of Limitations Rally at the Capitol - April 4, 2022
Presents from Rep. Rozzi's Christmas Gift Giving drive - 2021
Rep. Rozzi and Chris Kaag, founder of IM ABLE, presented the bike to Steve Kreitz, of Wernersville, who lost his leg in a fishing accident. The IM Able Foundation works to remove obstacles that prevent people with disabilities from being physically active, using grants, donations and sponsorships to provide equipment to people with physical or cognitive challenges.
On Nov. 26, I joined Governor Wolf at Muhlenberg High School as he signed my bill to abolish PA's criminal statute of limitations on child sex abuse, while providing victims more time to file civil action against their abusers.
Rep. Mark Rozzi participates on a vigil for those who experienced childhood sexual abuse.
Rep. Mark Rozzi demands action on his legislation that would hold child sex abusers accountable and better protect victims.
Rep. Mark Rozzi, with cast members from “The Keepers” (a film about sexual abuse in Baltimore Archdiocese) calls for an end to statute of limitations in sexual abuse cases.
State Rep. Mark Rozzi was joined by state Sen. Rob Teplitz, state Reps. Louise Williams Bishop and Tom Murt, and prominent reform advocates to discuss legislative reforms to the state's statute of limitations in child sexual abuse cases.
Rep. Mark Rozzi hosts a Disability Resource Fair for the constituents of the 126th legislative district.
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