HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) has closed his Hollidaysburg office to walk-in visitors indefinitely due to acts of vandalism and criminal mischief that have occurred in recent weeks.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) met Thursday with Acting Secretary of the Commonwealth Veronica Degraffenreid to express his continued frustration with the department’s failures that put a constitutional amendment on hold.
HARRISBURG – Reps. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) and Mark Rozzi (D-Berks) expressed outrage today after learning the Pennsylvania Department of State failed to properly advertise a constitutional amendment that would give victims of childhood sexual abuse recourse in civil court.
HARRISBURG – A bill authored by Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) to provide a two-year window for childhood sexual abuse victims to submit claims in civil court has passed the House of Representatives.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) has been assigned to four committees for his second term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) took the oath of office Tuesday to start his second term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
HARRISBURG – Tyrone Hospital in Blair County has been awarded a $750,000 grant to make infrastructure improvements that include installation of a new 3D digital mammography machine, according to Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) and Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair).
HARRISBURG – A $60,000 state grant will support critical safety upgrades near a dangerous intersection in Taylor Township, according to Senator Judy Ward (R-30), who supported the project.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) today announced intentions to introduce a bill that would repeal the previous expansion of mail-in voting in Pennsylvania.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) today received results of a COVID-19 test indicating he tested positive for the virus.
HARRISBURG – A group of Pennsylvania lawmakers today called for investigatory hearings and a legislative-led audit of the 2020 General Election, demanding that election results not be certified until a comprehensive audit is completed. Members, including Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair), delivered the following statement:
HARRISBURG – A resolution introduced by Reps. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) and Perry Warren (D-Bucks) passed the House on Monday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Slinky toy in 2020.
HARRISBURG – The Commonwealth Financing Authority this week approved a $25,000 grant to offset lost operating revenue at the Fort Roberdeau historical site in Tyrone Township, according to Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair).
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) issued a statement Tuesday on a U.S. District Court ruling that found Gov. Tom Wolf’s business shutdowns unconstitutional as well as the governor’s response to the judge’s findings.
Crises loom everywhere during these turbulent times, so you would be forgiven if the issue of gerrymandering was far down on your list of priorities. But it should not be. In fact, it plays a significant role in how your state Legislature and elected U.S. representatives handle the myriad threats, upheavals and opportunities we face right now. As is currently the process in state Senate, state House and congressional redistricting, due to gerrymandering, our elected officials select their voters by redrawing the boundaries in a partisan manner.
HARRISBURG – Two projects in Blair County have been awarded First Industries Fund agriculture loans totaling more than $400,000, according to Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair).
HARRISBURG – The Williamsburg Municipal Authority in Blair County has been awarded a $77,051 grant to replace water meters, according to Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair).
HARRISBURG – A report from the Joint State Government Commission identified more than 40 vacant sites that could be considered as potential drug treatment centers, according to Rep. Jim Gregory, who authored legislation that precipitated the report.
HARRISBURG – As Pennsylvania businesses continue to slowly get back to normal operations, Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) announced that CARES Act grants for eligible small businesses, ranging from $5,000 to $50,000, will be available beginning tomorrow, June 30. Small businesses can apply for grants to offset lost revenue caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting shutdown order.
HARRISBURG – The House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a five-month temporary budget to allow more details about tax revenue to emerge following the peak of the COVID-19 crisis.