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Rep. Torren Ecker represents the 193rd Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Adams and Cumberland counties.

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The 193rd Legislative District consists of part of ADAMS County including the TOWNSHIPS of Berwick, Butler, Hamilton, Huntington, Latimore, Menallen, Oxford, Reading and Tyrone and the BOROUGHS of Abbottstown, Arendtsville, Bendersville, Biglerville, East Berlin, New Oxford and York Springs and Part of CUMBERLAND County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Cooke, North Newton, Penn, South Middleton and South Newton and the BOROUGH of Mount Holly Springs.

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Local Republicans Issue Statement on Storming of U.S. Capitol

Jan. 06, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – In response to the storming of the United States Capitol by protestors, local Republicans, Appropriations Chair Stan Saylor (R-Red Lion), House State Government Chairman Seth Grove (R-Dover) and Reps. Kate Klunk (R-Hanover), Torren Ecker (R-Adams/Cumberland) Mike Jones (R-York Township), Dawn Keefer (R-York/Cumberland) and Keith Gillespie (R-Hellam); and Sens. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York), Dave Arnold (R-Lebanon/Dauphin/York) and Mike Regan (R-York/Cumberland) issued the following statement:

Ecker Named to House Appropriations Committee

Dec. 28, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – As Rep. Torren Ecker (R-Adams/Cumberland) is poised to take the oath of office to begin his second term, he was appointed to a seat on the House Appropriations Committee.

Wolf Veto of Liability Protection Bill Does More Harm than Good, Ecker Says

Dec. 01, 2020 /

ABBOTTSTOWN – Gov. Tom Wolf recently sided with trial lawyers, putting special interests over people, when he vetoed House Bill 1737, which would have provided commonsense limited liability protection from frivolous lawsuits to employers and many others. In response, Rep. Torren Ecker (R-Adams/Cumberland), who offered his unwavering support of the bill, issued the following statement:

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