Grove Releases Election Report

House State Government Committee Chairman Seth Grove (R-York) issued a report on the state of Pennsylvania elections.

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State Rep. Seth Grove represents the 196th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving portions of York County.
Rep. Grove serves as GOP chairman of the Appropriations Committee.

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My staff will be happy to help you with state-related issues. A few services offered include car registrations; property tax/rent rebate applications; birth certificate and death record applications; and much more.

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The 196th Legislative District encompasses part of YORK County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Dover (PART, Districts 01, 03 and 04), Heidelberg, Jackson, North Codorus, Paradise and West Manchester and the BOROUGHS of Dover, New Salem, Seven Valleys and Spring Grove.

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I offer veterans’ outreach assistance with Paul DeVincenzo, an American Legion service officer, each month, traditionally on the first Thursday of the month at my district office. The officer can help with compensation, pension, death benefits, education and health care, as well as any issues pertaining to veterans benefits or the U.S. Veterans Administration.

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Latest News

Budget Hearing Wrap with Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency

Feb. 23, 2024 /

Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA) Executive Director and CFO Robin Wiessmann and Deputy Executive Director and Chief Counsel Leonidas Pandeladis testified today before the House Appropriations Committee. House Republicans focused their questions on how the PHFA is improving their services after their high-profile failure with distributions from the Federal CARES Act for rent and mortgage relief programs. Additionally, Republicans asked for details on the Governor’s plan to spend more money through the PHFA in the PA Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement Fund, commonly referred to the “PHARE” program.

Budget Hearing Wrap with PA Dept. of Corrections and Probation and Parole Board

Feb. 23, 2024 /

House Republicans focused their line of questioning on cost increases for the department, even though the prison population in Pennsylvania has been declining. Republicans also asked what the DOC can do to help counties deal with the recent increase in high-profile prison escapes and increases violent incidents.

Budget Hearing Wrap with PA Department of Agriculture

Feb. 22, 2024 /

Department of Agriculture (Ag) Secretary Russell Redding, and Executive Deputy Secretary Greg Hosttetter testified today before the House Appropriations Committee. House Republicans focused their questions on proposed spending increases for the Department and how these new dollars will directly help Pennsylvania farmers. Additionally, Republicans asked, and were again dismayed, at the lack of planning for another of the Governor’s key budget initiatives – adult-use cannabis regulated by the Department of Agriculture.

Budget Hearing Wrap with PA Department of Aging

Feb. 22, 2024 /

House Republicans focused their questions on how the Department of Aging is meeting the needs of Pennsylvania’s growing elderly population. Additionally, Republicans asked why the department’s budget material provided no details on the $11.7 million request for the “Aging Our Way, PA” plan, and how this investment will reduce the need for more costly levels of care for the growing senior population. Republicans also asked pointed questions on the Department’s handling of reports of elder abuse and neglect, leading to frustrating replies from Sec. Kavulich.

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