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Welcome to my official website and online office for the 14th District. It is my hope that you will find this site informative and that it will work to strengthen the kind of two-way communication that is essential to our representative democracy. As always, it is a distinct honor to serve as your state Senator. If I can be of assistance, please don't hesitate to call, write or email

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Senator Yudichak Issues Statement on Governor Wolf’s 2019-20 Budget Proposal

Harrisburg, February 5, 2019 – State Senator John Yudichak (D – Luzerne/Carbon) issued the following statement after Governor Tom Wolf unveiled his 2019-20 budget proposal today: “Governor Wolf celebrated Pennsylvania’s strong economic growth as a central factor to the fiscal…
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Senator Yudichak Announces over $1.9 Million in Multimodal Transportation Funding for Projects in the 14th District

Nanticoke, February 1, 2019 - State Senator John Yudichak (D-Luzerne/Carbon) announced today that four projects in Luzerne County for the 14th Senatorial District will receive $1,939,756 in grant funding through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Multimodal Transportation Fund. West Hazleton…
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Senator Yudichak and Senator Argall Announce $1.5 Million Loan for the Hazleton City Authority

Harrisburg, January 30, 2019 – State Senators John Yudichak (D – Luzerne/Carbon) and David Argall (R – Berks/Schuylkill) announced today that a loan in the amount of $1.5 million for the Hazleton City Authority has been approved by the Pennsylvania…
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February 5, 2019:  Senator Yudichak reacts to Governor Wolf’s 2019 Budget Address

January 31, 2019:  Senator Yudichak joined with Governor Wolf and a bipartisan group of lawmakers to propose “Restore Pennsylvania,” a 4-point-5 billion-dollar project to improve infrastructure around the state.

October 15, 2018: Almost two years ago, the state Department of Corrections announced a plan to close two Pennsylvania prisons within a month’s time. Senator Yudichak says the legislature has passed a bill that would establish a longer timetable for any future closings.