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Senator Alloway Reschedules Fall Tree Planting Event

July 20, 2015

The districtwide tree-planting event hosted by Sen. Richard Alloway II (R-33) and the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay has been rescheduled from October 17 to October 10.[...Read More]

Op-ed: Wolf’s Dysfunctional Education Policy Complicates Budget Debate

July 17, 2015

Disputes regarding education policy are at the heart of the current budget stalemate in Harrisburg. Knowing that education was the governor’s top priority, I joined lawmakers recently in supporting a budget that provided an additional $370 million to Pennsylvania schools, as well as several critical reforms to make new resources available to students.[...Read More]

RJ Harris Breakfast Show on WHP 580

July 14, 2015

Senator Alloway discusses the state budget impasse during an interview on the RJ Harris Breakfast Show on WHP 580.
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Op-ed: Wolf Veto Puts Politics before People

July 2, 2015

Like many of my colleagues, I was deeply disappointed that Governor Wolf chose to veto a balanced state budget plan this week that would have made new investments in education, improved the funding mechanism for our schools and provided funding for critical state services – all without a tax increase.[...Read More]

Alloway Responds to Passage of Fiscally Responsible Budget Plan

June 30, 2015

Senator Rich Alloway II (R-33) issued the following statement today after voting in favor of a state budget plan that funds critical state services and makes new investments in education without the need for a tax increase:[...Read More]