PA House Republicans to Use Discharge Resolution Process to Advance Voter ID Constitutional Amendment

Mar. 25, 2024 / Embed

With a voter identification constitutional amendment having languished in committee for nearly a year, despite bipartisan support for the concept among both the public and House members, House Republicans held a press conference announcing they will be utilizing the discharge resolution process to advance the measure.

Zero Based Budgeting

Mar. 07, 2024 / Embed

Rep. Torren Ecker asks Sec. Monson how often he and Gov. Shapiro talk about zero-based budgeting.

More Spending Does Not Equal Better Test Scores

Mar. 05, 2024 / Embed

Rep. Torren Ecker asks what type of metrics will be used to ensure new Basic Education Spending is improving School Districts, Sec. Mumin was unable to provide an answer.

Options for Electric Vehicles

Mar. 04, 2024 / Embed

Rep. Torren Ecker discusses options for electric vehicles to contribute to the Motor License Fund.

Keeping Doctors in PA

Feb. 29, 2024 / Embed

Rep. Torren Ecker asks the Supreme Court about its unilateral decision to allow “venue shopping” in medical malpractice cases.

Dealing with Venue Shopping

Feb. 27, 2024 / Embed

Rep. Torren Ecker expresses frustration with DOH’s ambivalence on the Supreme Courts unilateral decision to allow for venue shopping.

Questioning Dept of Corrections Leaders

Feb. 23, 2024 / Embed

Rep. Torren Ecker asks DOC Sec. Dr. Harry how the Department is ensuring the Department of Human Services Section 1115 federal waiver called “Keystones of Health” will result in cost savings for the Commonwealth.

Dept of Community and Economic Development Budget Hearing

Feb. 20, 2024 / Embed

Rep. Torren Ecker asks DCED Sec. Siger how he plans to market Pennsylvania to potential businesses and what changes need to be made outside of DCED.

Responding to Gov. Shapiro's Budget Address

Feb. 06, 2024 / Embed

Rep. Torren Ecker responds to the governor's proposal

Press Conference on Democrat Energy Tax

Jun. 12, 2023 / Embed

PA House GOP Policy hearing and press conference to spotlight the adverse effects associated with the $663 million energy tax in Gov. Josh Shapiro’s and House Democrats’ budget proposal for the 2023-24 Fiscal Year.