HARRISBURG – Last night, Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) was recognized by the Blair Drug and Alcohol Partnerships with the 2023 Ray Shaw Community Advocate Award. This award is given to an individual or business/organization that actively promotes awareness and/or education to the community on the prevention of abuse and treatment for abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
HARRISBURG – Legislation introduced by state Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) that would strengthen programs for individuals recovering from substance abuse has been unanimously endorsed by the House Human Services Committee and may now be considered by the full House.
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) is set to host a Concealed Carry Seminar on Nov. 2 from 6-8 p.m. at the Excelsior Volunteer Fire Company, 399 South First St., Bellwood.
HOLLIDAYSBURG – To prevent issues with traffic, Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair/Huntington) announced that the time of the free shredding event in Hollidaysburg for district residents is being changed.
HOLLIDAYSBURG – As part of efforts to protect private information, Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair/Huntington) will host a pair of free shredding events for district residents this month.
HARRISBURG - Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) said Monday his legislation, House Bill 1501, will ensure that children are protected from accessing pornography on mobile devices.
HARRISBURG – With bi-partisan support, Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) introduced legislation to help Pennsylvanians in long-term substance abuse recovery.
Hollidaysburg – Loans of nearly $10 million approved today will improve infrastructure in Blair County, Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) said.
HOLLIDAYSBURG – Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) is teaming up with area Scouts to properly dispose of worn American flags.
HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania House of Representatives Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) released the following statement today on the death of U.S. Rep. Bud Shuster, who served in Congress from 1973 to 2001. Shuster served as chairman of the House Transportation Committee during his tenure.
HARRISBURG – A $1 million grant to support Dreams Go On Therapeutic Riding Center is among several Blair County projects approved today for financing, according to Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair).
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) has been assigned to serve on three standing House committees during the 2023-24 Legislative Session: Agriculture & Rural Affairs, Gaming Oversight and Human Services. The committees provide legislative oversight and help shape the language in bills that fall under their areas of responsibility.
HARRISBURG – Gov. Josh Shapiro’s $45.8 billion budget proposal for 2023-24 represents a dangerous increase of $2.5 billion from the previous year’s approved spending plan, according to Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair).
HARRISBURG – A grant of approximately $770,000 will help to develop the unit within UPMC Altoona for patients arriving at the hospital with mental health and substance abuse crises, according to Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair).
HARRISBURG – As a long-time advocate for childhood sexual abuse survivors and prime sponsor of the legislation to give them recourse in court, Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) today commended Gov. Tom Wolf and House Speaker Mark Rozzi on their commitment to a special session dedicated to granting that relief to survivors.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) took the oath of office Tuesday to begin his third term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
HARRISBURG – As the 2023-24 Legislative Session opens in Harrisburg, Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) is seeking support among his colleagues for creating a two-year window of time in which survivors of childhood sexual abuse could sue their attacker, even if the statute of limitations has already expired for their lawsuits.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) has accepted a leadership role on a committee focused on mental health policy and workforce impacts.
PITTSBURGH – Reps. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) and Tim Bonner (R-Mercer/Butler) today called for an audit and Independent Fiscal Office review of the rental payments being made by the Pittsburgh Pirates and Philadelphia Phillies under an agreement linked to state funding. Additionally, they urged that information be collected about the credits used by the teams to reduce or eliminate their rental payments.
WHAT: With the state having contributed millions of dollars to construction of four professional sports stadiums in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, lawmakers are introducing legislation for the Office of the Auditor General to audit the stadiums to ensure that legal requirements are being met.