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Senator Yudichak Legislation Extending Environmental Cleanup Programs Approved by Senate Committee

HARRISBURG, May 22, 2017 — The Pennsylvania Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee today unanimously approved legislation authored by State Senator John T. Yudichak (D-Luzerne/Carbon), Senate Bill 649, which extends expiring environmental cleanup programs. Senate Bill 649 amends the Storage…
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Senator John Yudichak Attends Groundbreaking Ceremony for Wilkes University Streetscape Improvement Project

WILKES-BARRE, May 22,  2017 — Wilkes University marked the beginning of a $1.5 million streetscape improvement project in downtown Wilkes-Barre this morning. Senator John T. Yudichak (D-Luzerne/Carbon) joined Dr. Patrick Leahy, President of Wilkes University, Mayor Anthony George and other…
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Senator Yudichak Announces Early Intervention Grant for City of Wilkes-Barre

Wilkes-Barre, May 15, 2017 — Senator John T. Yudichak (D-Luzerne/Carbon) announced today that the Department of Community and Economic Development (“DCED”) awarded the City of Wilkes-Barre a $200,000 Early Intervention Program (“EIP”) grant that will fund Phase-II of the city’s…
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March 17, 2017:  Senator Yudichak says President Trump’s budget will cripple or eliminate successful after-school programs across Pennsylvania.

February 7, 2017:  Senator Yudichak says Governor Wolf’s budget proposal has not called for broad based taxes and state spending will only increase 1.8% compared with the last fiscal year. The budget estimates $2 billion in savings from consolidating state programs, merging government departments, and curtailing spending.