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(Mar 24, 2020)

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Bipartisan Bucks County House Delegation working together to address coronavirus

(Mar 13, 2020)

HARRISBURG- March 13 . State representatives from Bucks County have come together to release the following joint statement regarding the coronavirus: “As our neighboring county, Montgomery County, moves to the mitigation phase to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we as your state representatives know our constituents are concerned. It is very important for all of us to take the coronavirus seriously and to implement commonsense measures to prevent illness. However, we need to stay calm while exercising caution in our daily lives. “We have had daily conference calls to keep us up to date. Additionally, Secretary of Health Dr. Levine has conducted daily public press conferences. We, both state representatives and senators, will head to Harrisburg on Monday to work with Governor Tom Wolf and our respective legislative leaders on the items they have identified as necessary to assist Pennsylvania in this time of need. “We will work together with our county offices and local school districts to assure that the most up-to-date information is being shared and all appropriate protocols are being met. Most importantly, we are working together as we focus on the health and wellbeing of our community. In the meantime, if you have medical questions, the PA Department of Health has set up a hotline for calls. Call 1-877-PA-HEALTH (1-877-724-3258). Online updates are here: Read more

 

Bucks County state representatives announce $233,035 in state funding for summer internships

(Mar 05, 2020)

LEVITTOWN, March 5 – State Reps. Tina Davis, John Galloway, Wendy Ullman and Perry Warren, all D-Bucks, today announced that the Bucks County Workforce Development Board has received $233,035 in funding to provide summer internships across Pennsylvania through the State/Local Internship Program. SLIP is part of the Wolf administration’s strategic investments in workforce development to help prepare students and young adults for successful careers. “This funding will strengthen the network between employers, our youth and the Bucks County Workforce Development Board,” Davis said. “This network will ensure Bucks County has a highly trained and productive workforce that will attract high-paying jobs to the region for years to come.” “Studies have shown that on-the-job training is as important to a worker’s productivity as the classroom,” Galloway said. “These summer internships will give our youth invaluable experience that will make them highly desirable candidates on the job market.” “This grant money meets an urgent need to improve and expand workforce training in Bucks County,” Ullman said. “The more trained the workforce, the greater the workplace’s efficiency and productivity. A trained workforce is the basis for a prosperous Bucks County.” Warren said, “Development of 21st century occupational skills benefits our youth, our employers and our economy -- Read more

 

Bucks County state representatives announce state grants for Bucks County school districts

(Feb 26, 2020)

LEVITTOWN, Feb. 26 – State Reps. Tina Davis, John Galloway, Wendy Ullman and Perry Warren, all D-Bucks, today announced that Bucks County school districts were awarded state grant funding to address school safety and security. The grant money will help the school districts accomplish the following: performing school safety assessments; purchasing security-related technology and equipment; supporting school safety-related and behavioral-health trainings; preparing all-hazards plans; hiring school resource officers, school police officers, school counselors, social workers and school psychologists; and providing for trauma-informed approaches to education. The grant money is a part of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency’s School Safety and Security Committee approval of $53.7 million in school safety and security grants to 524 school entities throughout the commonwealth. Davis said, “As a mother and legislator, I’m glad that our school districts have received this grant money that will help increase our children’s safety at school so they can learn and thrive in the Bristol and Neshaminny school districts and throughout Pennsylvania.” “School safety continues to be a major concern for our children and their schools,” Galloway said. “I am very pleased with these grants to the Bristol Township and Borough, Morrisville and Pennsbury school districts and others.” “The children of Central Read more

 

Bucks County lawmakers announce $306,254 grant for criminal justice diversion programs for opioid use disorder

(Feb 18, 2020)

State Reps. Perry Warren and John Galloway announced the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs will award a $306,254 grant for the implementation of new criminal justice diversion programs and the expansion of existing programs in Bucks County for individuals with opioid use disorder. Read more

 

Warren honors Council Rock North state champion Amelia Honer

(Feb 03, 2020)

State Rep. Perry Warren, D-Bucks, honored Council Rock North High School junior Amelia Honer in the state Capitol and House chamber Monday. Read more

 

Warren to host outreach event detailing REAL ID, census jobs on Tuesday, Feb. 11

(Jan 28, 2020)

State Rep. Perry Warren announced he will host an outreach event to explain what residents need to know about REAL ID, and he and his staff will provide information on U.S. Census Bureau jobs. Warren’s outreach event will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the Lower Makefield Community Center, 1550 Oxford Valley Road, Yardley. Read more

 

Galloway, Warren announce grants for STEM education in Bucks County

(Jan 17, 2020)

State Reps. John Galloway and Perry Warren announced PAsmart targeted grants have been approved for Pennsbury and Bristol Borough school districts Friday to expand computer science classes and teacher training in Bucks County. The grants are one component of the PAsmart initiative to improve computer science and STEM – or science, technology, engineering and mathematics – education. Read more

 

Reps. Dawkins, Hohenstein and Warren announce $28K grant to combat sexual assault at Holy Family University

(Jan 17, 2020)

HARRISBURG, Jan. 17 – State Reps. Jason Dawkins, D-Phila., Joe Hohenstein, D-Phila., and Perry Warren, D-Bucks, announced Friday that Holy Family University has been awarded a $28,952 grant to help combat campus sexual assault through the state’s It’s On Us campaign. “When we send our children to college to get an education, neither we nor they should be in fear for their safety,” Dawkins said. “But the reality is that about 11% of all students experience rape or sexual assault. That is unacceptable, and we all have a responsibility to our children to change that statistic. This It’s On Us grant funding will help us to make a difference.” The grant awarded to Holy Family University, which is located in Philadelphia with a satellite campus in Newtown, Bucks County, was one of 36 It’s On Us grants totaling more than $996,000 awarded across the state. “This grant – and the other grants announced around the state – will better prepare university students, faculty and staff on how to report sexual violence and what programs exist to help victims,” Warren said. “Sexual violence is a life-changing event, so it’s of the utmost importance for our colleges and universities to help students, faculty and staff understand how to deal with these crimes and protect our students.” The Philadelphia campus of the University is split between Read more

 

State lawmakers applaud grant for more than $100K for Bucks County Workforce Development Board

(Jan 16, 2020)

State lawmakers from Bucks County applauded a $118,200 grant awarded to the Bucks County Workforce Development Board Thursday to help prepare students for in-demand careers. Read more

 

Skyrocketing drug costs subject of new legislation

(Jan 13, 2020)

One-in-two Pennsylvanians struggle to afford health care -- and with continued federal inaction -- state House Democrats unveiled a bill Monday that would have life-saving implications around the state. Read more

 

Newtown/Yardley Winter 2019-20

(Jan 10, 2020)

State Rep. Perry Warren's Newtown/Yardley newsletter for winter 2019-20. Read more

 

Bucks County state legislators mourn Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick’s passing

(Jan 06, 2020)

HARRISBURG, Jan. 6 – Bucks County state legislators today came together to mourn the passing of their colleague, former U.S. Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick, 56. In his roles as Bucks County commissioner, township supervisor and U.S. representative, Fitzpatrick often worked across the aisle on important initiatives and built long-lasting friendships with many Democratic legislators. State Rep. Tina Davis, D-141, said, “Mike was a great guy to work with—incredibly smart, knowledgeable about local and state issues. He was a man of grace and honor. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Fitzpatrick family.” State Rep. John Galloway, D-140, said, “I’ve known Mike for 35 years. He was a great elected official and a better person. From the Galloway clan to the Fitzpatrick’s, I would like to say how very sorry we are to hear of Mike’s passing.” State Rep. Wendy Ullman, D-143, said, "Mike served his community, the commonwealth and his country with dedication and valor. He left a big footprint in Bucks County." State Rep. Perry Warren, D-31, said, “As congressman, Bucks County commissioner, township supervisor and private citizen, Mike Fitzpatrick set the standard for participation and activity in the community. He was everywhere – the face of the community he represented. My family and I are sorry for his loss and offer our condolences to his brother, Brian and his entire family." Read more

 

SEPTA Key Senior ID Cards expiring in 2020 will be extended for 12 months

(Dec 26, 2019)

SEPTA is providing a one-year extension of all SEPTA Key Senior ID Cards expiring in the 2020 calendar year. Read more

 

Morrisville Fall 2019

(Dec 01, 2019)

State Rep. Perry Warren's Fall Newsletter for Morrisville. Read more

 

State lawmakers announce $68,000 grant for Pennsbury School District

(Nov 20, 2019)

State Reps. John Galloway and Perry Warren and state Sen. Steve Santarsiero announced a $68,000 grant for Pennsbury School District that will allow Pennsbury to convert eight diesel-powered school buses to run on propane. Read more

 

Warren joined by Newtown’s Christine Edmonds to increase awareness for pancreatic cancer

(Nov 19, 2019)

State Rep. Perry Warren welcomed Newtown Borough’s Christine Edmonds in the House chamber Tuesday for a vote on a resolution to raise awareness for pancreatic cancer. Read more

 

State representatives applaud approval of almost $2M in Bucks County from Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program

(Nov 15, 2019)

Four Bucks County state representatives applauded the approval of almost $2 million as part of the Department of Community and Economic Development projects for the Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program. Read more

 

Rep. Warren, Sen. Santarsiero announce $375,000 in grants for Newtown Township

(Nov 12, 2019)

State Rep. Perry Warren and state Sen. Steve Santarsiero announced a pair of grants totaling $375,000 Tuesday to fund projects in Newtown Township to extend its trail network and improve the safety for pedestrians and bicyclists along the multi-use trail along Lower Dolington Road. Read more

 

Lawmakers welcome Pennsbury youth baseball teams to Capitol, House chamber

(Oct 22, 2019)

State Reps. Perry Warren and John Galloway and state Sen. Steve Santarsiero welcomed a pair of local youth baseball teams to the state Capitol and House floor Tuesday. Read more

 

COVID-19 Updates
Mar 24, 2020

Bipartisan Bucks County House Delegation working together to address coronavirus
Mar 13, 2020

Bucks County state representatives announce $233,035 in state funding for summer internships
Mar 05, 2020

Bucks County state representatives announce state grants for Bucks County school districts
Feb 26, 2020

Bucks County lawmakers announce $306,254 grant for criminal justice diversion programs for opioid use disorder
Feb 18, 2020

Warren honors Council Rock North state champion Amelia Honer
Feb 03, 2020

Warren to host outreach event detailing REAL ID, census jobs on Tuesday, Feb. 11
Jan 28, 2020

Galloway, Warren announce grants for STEM education in Bucks County
Jan 17, 2020

Reps. Dawkins, Hohenstein and Warren announce $28K grant to combat sexual assault at Holy Family University
Jan 17, 2020

State lawmakers applaud grant for more than $100K for Bucks County Workforce Development Board
Jan 16, 2020

Skyrocketing drug costs subject of new legislation
Jan 13, 2020

Newtown/Yardley Winter 2019-20
Jan 10, 2020

Bucks County state legislators mourn Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick’s passing
Jan 06, 2020

SEPTA Key Senior ID Cards expiring in 2020 will be extended for 12 months
Dec 26, 2019

Morrisville Fall 2019
Dec 01, 2019

State lawmakers announce $68,000 grant for Pennsbury School District
Nov 20, 2019

Warren joined by Newtown’s Christine Edmonds to increase awareness for pancreatic cancer
Nov 19, 2019

State representatives applaud approval of almost $2M in Bucks County from Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program
Nov 15, 2019

Rep. Warren, Sen. Santarsiero announce $375,000 in grants for Newtown Township
Nov 12, 2019

Lawmakers welcome Pennsbury youth baseball teams to Capitol, House chamber
Oct 22, 2019