HARRISBURG – State Rep. Seth Grove (R-York) is pleased to announce an Economic Summit to be held Thursday, Sept. 14, from 1-4 p.m. at the Alumni Hall, York College of Pennsylvania, York.
HARRISBURG – With the popularity of school choice at an all-time high, Reps. Wendy Fink (R-Red Lion) and Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester) will host a school choice fair on Saturday, Aug. 5.
HARRISBURG – Kids trapped in failing schools will no longer have the chance to escape, thanks to Gov. Josh Shapiro’s broken Lifeline Scholarship promise, said Rep. Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester). The governor, after repeatedly making a promise to kids stuck in the bottom 15% of failing schools, flip-flopped, vowing now to line-item veto the Pennsylvania Award for Student Success scholarship program in the budget approved by House Democrats.
HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania will lose as many as 143,000 jobs if the Democrat minimum wage bill becomes law, says House Reps Dawn Keefer (R-Dillsburg) and Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester).
Save his comments on accelerating the reduction of the corporate net income tax in Pennsylvania, the only statement that garnered undivided and emphatic applause at Gov. Josh Shapiro's joint session budget address back in March were his remarks about protecting and promoting options for Pennsylvania’s grade schoolers.
Our nation’s colleges have suffered from an extreme case of what I’d call “mission drift” in recent decades.
HARRISBURG – The York County Republican delegation to the Pennsylvania General Assembly is proud to announce grant funding of nearly $8 million for projects in York County.
YORK – Rep. Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester) hosted the House Republican Policy Committee at the Christian School of York for a hearing on educational opportunities on Thursday. Hearing from subject experts, parents and students, the committee took in valuable testimony that, if acknowledged, can fix our broken education system in Pennsylvania.
WHAT: Knowing a child’s ZIP code shouldn’t dictate a student’s educational path, Rep. Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester) will host the House Republican Policy Committee for a hearing about educational opportunities for Pennsylvania’s children.
HARRISBURG – The York County Republican delegation to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, comprised of House Appropriations Chairman Seth Grove (R-Dover) and Reps. Kate Klunk (R-Hanover), Dawn Keefer (R-Dillsburg), Mike Jones (R-York Township), Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester) and Wendy Fink (R-Red Lion), issued the following statement in response to Gov. Josh Shapiro’s proposed spending plan:
HELLAM – On the heels of being sworn into his first term in office, Rep. Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester) invites district residents to an open house at his Hellam Township office. The free event will be held from 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, March 4, at D’Orsie’s office, located at 4186 Lincoln Highway.
HARRISBURG – The formative college years are supposed to be a time to hear and consider differing viewpoints and to forge one’s ideals and worldview in an environment that’s friendly to free speech and expression. This fact is why Rep. Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester) plans to introduce legislation to protect free speech on college campuses in Pennsylvania.
HARRISBURG – Three conservation projects in York County will receive nearly $1.2 million in funding through the Growing Greener Plus Program, House Appropriations Chairman Seth Grove (R-Dover), Rep. Kate Klunk (R-Hanover) and Rep. Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester) announced.
HARRISBURG – Residents of eastern York County have a new voice in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives after Rep. Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester) was sworn in as the representative of the 47th Legislative District.
WHAT: Newly elected Rep. Joe D'Orsie (R-Manchester) will be sworn into office to serve as the state representative of the 47th Legislative District.
HARRISBURG – As Pennsylvanians are reeling from high gas prices due to record high inflation, the unwelcome news of an automatic per-gallon tax hike comes at an inopportune moment. Newly elected Rep.-elect Joe D’Orsie (R-Manchester) is seeking to provide some relief at the pumps by capping the state’s gas tax.
For something as utterly decisive and damning as the first several installments of the “Twitter Files,” it’s very intriguing to see the Left scramble to assuage, debunk, and account for the clearly inappropriate and possibly treasonous activity of the then rogue social media company, Twitter.