Meet Rep. Torren Ecker

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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House Approves Ecker’s Commonwealth COVID Comeback Bill

Apr. 06, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – To deter the filing of frivolous lawsuits relating to COVID-19, which would provide protections to small businesses, institutions of education and others, the House approved Rep. Torren Ecker’s (R-Adams/Cumberland) House Bill 605.

The Last Economic Hurdle to Overcoming COVID-19

Mar. 31, 2021 /

Over the past year, we have all been participants in a long journey to overcome COVID-19 and finally the finish line is in sight. Albeit slowly, vaccines are being rolled out to those who want them, and the governor’s restrictions are being lifted on our communities.

Ecker: Labor and Industry Mum on How Many Businesses Closed by Wolf

Mar. 02, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) Acting Secretary Jennifer Berrier could not provide answers to basic questions – such as how many businesses were forced to shutter when Gov. Tom Wolf ordered non-essential businesses to close at the start of the pandemic about a year ago and how many of those businesses are now permanently closed – even though the department tracks that data.

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