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My Audio Updates
Here you will find audio clips about important events that have taken place during the current and past Legislative Sessions.
Rep. Delozier Comments on House Action to Approve the 2019-20 State Budget - 6/25/2019
House lawmakers have voted to support a 2019-20 General Fund budget that continues a multi-year effort to hold the line on taxes, fees and spending. Total state spending would be set at $33.997 billion, a 1.8% increase over the current fiscal year, which is in line with the rate of inflation. The plan provides for a record level of spending on education and includes a deposit of more than $250 million into the Rainy-Day Fund, the state’s primary “savings account.” Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland) offered the following comments on the spending priorities of the budget plan.
PA House Podcast on Criminal Justice Reform - with Rep. Sheryl Delozier and Rep. Jordan Harris - 6/12/2019
PA House Podcast presents a conversation on Criminal Justice Reform legislation now under consideration in Harrisburg, featuring Rep. Sheryl Delozier, a Republican member of the House from Cumberland County and Rep. Jordan Harris, a Democrat member of the House from Philadelphia. These lawmakers are the co-sponsors of legislation that aims to put reforms in place to help ensure a successful transition for those individuals coming out of Pennsylvania’s justice system and re-entering society and the workforce.
Victim Rights Roundtable Podcast – Cutler, Delozier, Oberlander, Toepel Discuss Bills to Give Victims a Voice - 4/18/2019
This Legislative Roundtable Podcast with House Majority Leader Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster), Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland), Rep. Donna Oberlander (R-Armstrong, Clarion, Forest), and Rep. Marcy Toepel (R-Montgomery) is now available. You may use this program in its entirety or edit it down for actualities to use in state government news coverage.
Rep. Delozier Says Victims Must Be Considered in Legal Proceedings - 4/17/2019
A package of bills designed to support and empower crime victims has been passed by the Pennsylvania House. Lawmakers gathered for a press conference on Wednesday to highlight legislation that gives victims a greater voice in the Commonwealth. Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle came together to achieve landmark legislation that would enhance victims’ rights, provide children and those with intellectual disabilities safer means of testifying against abusers, and address statutes of limitations regarding child sexual abuse.
Delozier Applauds House Approval of Package of Victim Rights Legislation - 4/11/2019
A package of legislation designed to enhance the rights of crime victims has been approved by the Pennsylvania House. The legislative package includes bills to ensure that tender years victims and those with disabilities will be able to submit out-of-court statements, shield rape victims from irrelevant cross examination, and provide victims with a bill of rights. Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland) said lawmakers should work to make sure that victims’ lives do not suffer more disruption than is necessary when interfacing with the judicial system.
House Approves Delozier’s Victims Bill of Rights Legislation Known as Marcy’s Law - 4/9/2019
Voters are one step closer to having the opportunity to decide if a victims’ bill of rights should be added to the Pennsylvania Constitution after the House today passed Marsy’s Law legislation authored by Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland). House Bill 276 would change the state Constitution and ensure crime victims have the right to receive information about their rights, receive notification of proceedings in their criminal cases, be present at court hearings, be heard at plea and sentencing proceedings, and be treated with fairness, respect and dignity. Last session, Marsy’s Law, in the form of Senate Bill 1011, passed both chambers of the General Assembly. Identical language, which is contained in Delozier’s bill, must be passed this session and then approved by voters through a ballot referendum before it can be included in the Constitution. Pennsylvania is one of only nine state Constitutions without statutory rights for victims. The bill now goes to the Senate for its consideration.
Delozier Voices Support for Good Jobs for Pennsylvania Bills to Boost Career and Technical Education - 3/25/2019
Lawmakers, students and supporters of improving workforce development programs rallied in Harrisburg on Monday to acknowledge the successful passage of a Good Jobs for Pennsylvania package of legislation by the full House. The 11-bill package would help match up interested students and individuals with the best training for their career paths. The bipartisan, career and technical education (CTE) package includes measures to address workforce shortages in business and industry, strengthen educational partnerships with employers, increase access to career oriented technical training and alleviate misperceptions regarding vocational education programs. Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland) voiced her support for the package of legislation.
Rep. Delozier Expresses Her Concerns about the Governor's Budget Proposal - 2/5/2019
Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled his 2019-2020 state budget proposal on Tuesday in Harrisburg. The $34 billion spending plan represents a nearly 1 billion dollar increase in state spending over last year. Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland) said he was generally pleased with some of the Governor budget proposals, but wants to be sure that the state does not outspend the money that is available.
Rep. Delozier Comments on House Passage of 2018-19 State Budget - 6/21/2018
The Fiscal Year 2018-19 General Appropriation bill (House Bill 2121) is on its way to the state Senate for consideration after the House of Representatives passed it Thursday by a vote of 188-10. The $32.7 billion spending plan increases growth by 1.7 percent, which is below the rate of inflation (2.13 percent), requires no additional taxes or revenues and officially erases a deficit. The budget also includes a record high $12.3 billion investment in education from pre-k through 12th grade, with additional increases in funding for career and technical education as well as higher education. The budget bill is expected to be sent to the governor prior to June 30, after anticipated Senate passage.
Delozier Clean Slate Legislation Awaits Action in Senate - 6/19/2018
Legislation designed to help those who have been previously convicted of a crime become productive citizens has been approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee and now awaits final consideration before the full Senate. House Bill 1419 would limit public access to certain criminal records if a petitioner has been free from subsequent arrest, prosecution or conviction for a period of 10 years. Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland), prime sponsor of House Bill 1419, said those who have made good decisions following a conviction should be given a chance to move forward in a constructive manner.