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988 East Main Street
Suite A
Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972
Phone: 570-385-8235
Toll-free: 855-271-9384
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 4 pm

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Borough Building
200 S. West St., Williamstown
Phone: 717-647-7208
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4B East Wing
PO Box 202125
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2125
Phone: 717-260-6148

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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.
House Education Committee Moves to Bolster Career and Technical Education in Pennsylvania - 4/18/2018
The House Education Committee has approved a bipartisan package of legislation designed to equip students with the technical and career skills they will need to thrive as they enter the workforce. The package of bills is the result of hearings held and data gathered from 2015 to 2016 by the Select Subcommittee on Technical Education and Career Readiness.
Package of Workforce Education Bills Approved by House Education Committee - 4/17/2018
The House Education Committee has approved a package of legislation designed to equip students with the technical and career skills they will need to thrive as they enter the workforce. Rep. Mike Tobash (Schuylkill, Dauphin), prime sponsor of House Bill 2156, said his bill would allow direct investment from those businesses which contribute to career and technical education organizations.
Rep. Tobash Comments on Legislation to Streamline State Government - 2/21/2018
A package of legislation designed to streamline state government was the topic of a press conference held recently in Harrisburg. A group of House Republicans have introduced several pieces of legislation that would consolidate disparate government agencies that offer similar or duplicative services, as well as eliminate obsolete programs. Rep. Mike Tobash (R-Schuylkill, Dauphin) offered his support of the effort to reduce the size of state government.
Rep. Tobash Comments on Efforts to Control Budget Spending - 2/1/2018
In anticipation of the Governor’s Budget Address next week, a group of lawmakers gathered in Harrisburg on Thursday to ask the Governor and legislators to craft a state spending plan that forces Pennsylvania to live within its means. Members of the Commonsense Caucus commented on the economic impact of overregulation, the burden of duplicitous government programs, and the stagnating effect of welfare programs which discourage workforce participation, as well as the hole the state has dug for itself by allowing spending to outpace our rate of growth.
Rep. Tobash Comments on House Republican Welfare Reform Plan - 1/2/2018
House Republican lawmakers called for action on legislation to help contain costs and bring real reform to Pennsylvania’s welfare system. Reps. Aaron Kaufer (R-Luzerne) and Mike Tobash (R-Schuylkill/Dauphin) announced a package of bills Tuesday in Harrisburg to give more Pennsylvania families an opportunity to improve their quality of life, while tackling waste, fraud and abuse from within the current benefit system. The package also contains measures aimed at enhancing the value of work and strong families, while recognizing that those receiving benefits need help to gain financial independence, not continue a life of dependence.Rep. Mike Tobash (R-Schuylkill & Dauphin) spoke at the news conference and offered comments on the package of legislation.
Rep. Tobash Comments on "Taxpayer's Budget" - 9/5/2017
In an effort to protect Pennsylvanians from widespread tax increases proposed as a method to close the state’s budget deficit, a group of House Republican Lawmakers unveiled a proposal to bring the Commonwealth’s spending plan into balance without dipping into the checkbooks of taxpayers. The “Taxpayer’s Budget” would utilize money currently sitting idle in over 200 state-held accounts and redirect it to close budgetary shortfalls.
Tobash Comments on Passage of Landmark Pension Reform Legislation - 6/8/2017
Legislation designed to reform Pennsylvania’s state employee and public school employee retirement systems has been approved by the Pennsylvania House. Senate Bill 1 would establish a hybrid retirement benefit plan, including defined benefit and defined contribution components. New employees would be mandatory members of the new hybrid plan.
Tobash Comments on Governor's Budget Address - 2/7/2017
Governor Tom Wolf delivered his annual budget address before a joint session of Pennsylvania’s House and Senate on Tuesday in Harrisburg. The Governor proposed a $32.3 billion spending plan with no new major taxes for the upcoming fiscal year. House Republicans were encouraged by the Governor’s decision to work with lawmakers to explore several cost-saving measures in order to balance the budget.
Rep. Tobash Comments on House Passage of Pension Reform Legislation - 6/14/2016
Legislation designed to reform Pennsylvania’s public pension system and place new state workers into a hybrid retirement plan has been approved by the Pennsylvania House. Senate Bill 1071 would establish a hybrid defined contribution/defined benefit retirement plan for future state and school employees. Under the new formula, prospective employees would receive a baseline pension based on the traditional formula, and a defined benefit – 401K style – plan for any income earned over $50,000, or after 25 years of service.
Rep. Tobash Comments on Continuing Budget Stalemate - 8/13/2015
Pennsylvania Lawmakers are continuing to express concern about the governor’s complete veto of the state budget and subsequent failure to engage in substantive negotiations to end the funding crisis for hard hit human services agencies and schools. At a news conference held Wednesday at the Pik Rite corporation in Lewisburg, Union County; Rep. Mike Tobash (R-Schuylkill/Dauphin) joined other Upper Susquehanna Valley lawmakers in voicing their views on the state budget impasse and how it has affected their districts and constituents.