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Please sign the petition and help secure topnotch internet service; Scam alert; Tracking military paperwork; and grants for small businesses

(Jul 27, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that hundreds of Pennsylvanians have signed her online petition urging that Pennsylvania be included in all plans to upgrade internet services. However, she notes that more is better to secure affordable and adequate service. Read more

 

Please sign the petition to be part of broadband expansion effort; DCED offering low-interest business loans

(Jul 20, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder has launched an online petition -- available at www.pahouse.com/Snyder -- urging that Pennsylvania be included in all plans to upgrade internet services. Read more

 

Does Southwestern Pennsylvania deserve better, faster internet?

(Jul 20, 2017)

Rural Pennsylvania deserves the same affordable and adequate service almost all people and businesses enjoy in the cities and suburbs. By completing this online petition, you will help the effort to bring better internet service to rural Pennsylvania. Please note that all fields in the petition must be completed. Read more

 

Grant for Dunkard Valley waterlines; Veterans Outreach on July 20; Waynesburg U wins plaudits; and ChildLine number in hospitals, schools

(Jul 18, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that a 750,000 grant has been approved for waterline work in Monongahela Township, and her July Veterans Outreach has been moved up a week to July 20. Read more

 

Greene County awarded $750,000 grant for Dunkard Valley waterlines

(Jul 14, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that the Greene County commissioners have been awarded a $750,000 federal grant for waterline work in Monongahela Township. The grant is crucial to alleviating water shortage and quality issues that have plagued residents for many years. Read more

 

Snyder launching two-pronged campaign to improve broadband internet service

(Jul 13, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder is launching a two-pronged effort to expand availability of high-speed internet service with an appeal to Microsoft to include Pennsylvania in its broadband expansion effort and a four-bill legislative package. Read more

 

Back to the budget; Be wary of utility imposters; 'Right to Try' legislatiion advances; and Fresh Paint grant applications due by July 17

(Jul 06, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that the House is slated to return to Harrisburg on Friday to hammer out a fiscal code to support the 2017-18 spending plan. Read more

 

House hails West Greene Lady Pioneers, PIAA softball victors

(Jun 27, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder salutes the West Greene High School Lady Pioneers softball team, the Class A state champions, before the state House of Representatives. Read more

 

Snyder: No truth to casino attack mailer

(Jun 21, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that an attack mailer claiming she supported “big gambling interests” over senior citizens is patently false and laughably ridiculous. Read more

 

Fighting for good jobs; Medical marijuana facility near Carmichaels; Overhaul of animal abuse laws; and partial turnpike toll amnesty

(Jun 21, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder provides updates on legislation that would provide a comprehensive overhaul of Pa.'s animal abuse laws, a Capitol rally in support of family sustaining wages and a medicinal marijuana permit awarded in Greene County. Read more

 

Snyder Fights For Jobs

(Jun 20, 2017)

Pa. state Rep. Pam Snyder speaks at a Capitol labor rally in defense of jobs that provide a family sustaining wages, good benefits and a Pennsylvania worker's right to unionize. Read more

 

Snyder: Firm awarded permit to grow medical marijuana near Carmichaels

(Jun 20, 2017)

HARRISBURG, June 20 – A medical marijuana greenhouse operation near Carmichaels is one of 12 such facilities granted licenses today by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, state Rep. Pam Snyder announced. Snyder said AGRiMED Industries LLC will grow and cultivate medical cannabis on 61 acres off Thomas Road in Cumberland Township, as part of a $25 million investment. Snyder said this is good news for those suffering from a variety of illnesses and the local economy. “I favored allowing medical marijuana in Pennsylvania because it will alleviate the pain of those who suffer from a variety of medical conditions,” Snyder said. “Tightly regulated and secure growing and processing facilities were going to be sanctioned in the commonwealth as an inevitable result. “I’m glad to see that one of them was chosen for placement in the 50 th Legislative District, because we’re looking at 40 jobs right off the bat and 100 workers within five years, according to news reports.” Snyder said medical marijuana cannot be distributed in any form that can be smoked, and thus is limited to pill, oil, liquid or topical ointment form. “I’m pleased to have worked with Cumberland Township, Greene County and state officials on bringing the facility to our area,” Snyder said. “But in reality, this is an offshoot of the larger purpose of the law, which brings relief to those afflicted with 17 medical conditions that can Read more

 

2017-18 hunting licenses go on sale June 19; Bill to protect motorcyclists’ investments advances; Speaking out for voters

(Jun 13, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder that hunting/trapping licenses for 2017-18 go on sale June 19. Also, her measure that would cover motorcycles under Pa.'s Automobile Lemon Law advances. Read more

 

Snyder: Remove barriers that deter participation in elections

(Jun 13, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder advocates for action on her legislation that would provide early voting and no-excuse absentee balloting for Pennsylvania voters. Read more

 

Consumer Affairs panel advances bill to protect motorcyclists’ investments

(Jun 12, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that the House Consumer Affairs Committee has approved her measure that would cover motorcycles under Pennsylvania’s Automobile Lemon Law.“If you buy or lease a new motorcycle with defects affecting its safety, value and use, the manufacturer should fix it – the same as with cars and trucks," Snyder said. Read more

 

Bill honors Vietnam War hero; Electronics collection on June 14; Property Tax/Rent Rebate deadline; and Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program

(Jun 07, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that her bill that would name a Greene County bridge as the Private First Class Brent A. McClellan Memorial Bridge received unanimous support in the House. Read more

 

Snyder wins unanimous vote on bill honoring local Vietnam War hero

(Jun 05, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder, recalling how his death in Vietnam shook the community, wins House approval of her measure that would name a Greene County bridge as the Private First Class Brent A. McClellan Memorial Bridge. Read more

 

Snyder reiterates support for Mon-Fayette Expressway

(Jun 05, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder emphasizes her continued support for extending the Mon-Fayette Expressway 14 miles to the Interstate 376 – Parkway East – in Monroeville. “Extending the expressway to Monroeville has been and remains the priority with me,” Snyder said. “Its completion is vital to Fayette County, eastern Greene County and the entire Mon Valley.” Read more

 

Second of four electronics recycling events set for June 14 at Greene County Fairgrounds

(Jun 01, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that the second electronics recycling event of the year will be held from noon to 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 14, at the Greene County Fairgrounds Arena. Read more

 

Snyder, commissioners sponsoring electronics collection June 14

(Jun 01, 2017)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that she and the Greene County commissioners will hold their second electronics collections event of the year from noon to 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 14 at the Greene County Fairgrounds Arena. Read more

 

Please sign the petition and help secure topnotch internet service; Scam alert; Tracking military paperwork; and grants for small businesses
Jul 27, 2017

Please sign the petition to be part of broadband expansion effort; DCED offering low-interest business loans
Jul 20, 2017

Does Southwestern Pennsylvania deserve better, faster internet?
Jul 20, 2017

Grant for Dunkard Valley waterlines; Veterans Outreach on July 20; Waynesburg U wins plaudits; and ChildLine number in hospitals, schools
Jul 18, 2017

Greene County awarded $750,000 grant for Dunkard Valley waterlines
Jul 14, 2017

Snyder launching two-pronged campaign to improve broadband internet service
Jul 13, 2017

Back to the budget; Be wary of utility imposters; 'Right to Try' legislatiion advances; and Fresh Paint grant applications due by July 17
Jul 06, 2017

House hails West Greene Lady Pioneers, PIAA softball victors
Jun 27, 2017

Snyder: No truth to casino attack mailer
Jun 21, 2017

Fighting for good jobs; Medical marijuana facility near Carmichaels; Overhaul of animal abuse laws; and partial turnpike toll amnesty
Jun 21, 2017

Snyder Fights For Jobs
Jun 20, 2017

Snyder: Firm awarded permit to grow medical marijuana near Carmichaels
Jun 20, 2017

2017-18 hunting licenses go on sale June 19; Bill to protect motorcyclists’ investments advances; Speaking out for voters
Jun 13, 2017

Snyder: Remove barriers that deter participation in elections
Jun 13, 2017

Consumer Affairs panel advances bill to protect motorcyclists’ investments
Jun 12, 2017

Bill honors Vietnam War hero; Electronics collection on June 14; Property Tax/Rent Rebate deadline; and Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program
Jun 07, 2017

Snyder wins unanimous vote on bill honoring local Vietnam War hero
Jun 05, 2017

Snyder reiterates support for Mon-Fayette Expressway
Jun 05, 2017

Second of four electronics recycling events set for June 14 at Greene County Fairgrounds
Jun 01, 2017

Snyder, commissioners sponsoring electronics collection June 14
Jun 01, 2017