HARRISBURG- Legislators will soon introduce a package of bills to combat the deadly “Tranq” drug epidemic destroying lives throughout the Commonwealth.
HARRISBURG – In order to provide for community safety and improve working conditions for county corrections officers, several Pennsylvania House members announced they will soon introduce legislation to upgrade county jail security, bolster staffing, and improve county jail infrastructure across Pennsylvania.
HARRISBURG- Rep. Craig Williams (R-Delaware/Chester), chairman of the House impeachment managers, today announced that the House managers in the impeachment trial of Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner have filed their appeal in the state Supreme Court.
HARRISBURG—Rep. Craig Williams (R-Delaware/Chester) argued for state funding to help the Commonwealth’s smaller police forces outfit their officers with body cameras and License Plate Recognition cameras at traffic lights to improve the apprehension of criminals in high-traffic communities like those in Delaware and Chester counties.
WHAT: Rep. Craig Williams (R-Delaware/Chester) will host a Republican Policy Hearing on crime, restorative justice and keeping communities safe.
HARRISBURG – Reps. Craig Williams (R-Chester/Delaware) and Martina White (R-Philadelphia) have re-introduced legislation to formally create a Gun Violence Task Force (GVTF) to prosecute prior-convicted felons in possession of firearms in Philadelphia.
HARRISBURG-- Impeachment Managers State Reps Craig Williams (R-Delaware/Chester) and Tim Bonner (Mercer/Butler) announced they are filing an appeal to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court from the Commonwealth Court’s Dec. 30 decision.
WHAT: Chairman of the Impeachment Managers Rep. Craig Williams (R-Delaware), and Impeachment Manager Rep. Tim Bonner (R-Mercer/Butler) will hold a press conference to discuss appealing the Commonwealth Court decision on the impeachment of Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner.
HARRISBURG—Rep. Craig Williams (R-Delaware/Chester) announces Westtown Township has been awarded $4 million toward the acquisition of Crebilly Farm by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR).
HARRISBURG: The Republican impeachment managers responded last week in Commonwealth Court to Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner’s petition to stop the upcoming impeachment trial in the Senate before it begins.
HARRISBURG—State Rep. Craig Williams (R-Delaware/Chester) has been appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) to serve as a manager for the impeachment trial of Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner.
HARRISBURG—Legislation to fight sex trafficking fought for by Rep. Craig Williams (R-Delaware/Chester) has passed the House and now goes to Gov. Tom Wolf for his signature.
HARRISBURG – Reps. Rob Mercuri (R-Allegheny), Napoleon Nelson (D-Montgomery) and Craig Williams (R- Chester/Delaware) announced they will be the speakers at “Pennsylvania: The Next State Consumer Privacy Law?” to discuss the proposed Pennsylvania Consumer Data Privacy Act (House Bill 2202), a bill Mercuri is championing, and whether Pennsylvania will become the sixth state to adopt a consumer privacy bill.
HARRISBURG—The House unanimously passed legislation offered by Rep. Craig Williams (R-Chester/Delaware) to update the state’s custody and visitation laws on behalf of deployed military parents.
State Rep. Craig Williams (R-Chester/Delaware) will honor local veterans from Delaware and Chester counties with Vietnam veteran lapel pins issued by the Department of Defense to commemorate their service during the Vietnam War.
HARRISBURG—The House Judiciary Committee passed legislation sponsored by Rep. Craig Williams (R-Chester/Delaware) to provide a new chapter to the state’s custody and visitation laws on behalf of parents on military deployment.
HARRISBURG—Rep. Craig Williams (R-Chester/Delaware), a former federal prosecutor, released the following statement regarding the enactment of House Bill 773, now Act 59 of 2022, better known as “Deana’s Law.”
HARRISBURG—Rep. Craig Williams (R-Chester/Delaware) joined a majority of House colleagues in passing a budget for 2022-23 that increases funding for education and public safety.
HARRISBURG—Legislation sponsored by Reps. Craig Williams (R-Chester/Delaware) and Valerie Gaydos (R-Allegheny) to allow the state to use the Pennsylvania National Guard to combat cyber criminals has passed the Senate. The bill now moves to the governor for his signature.
WHAT: Rep. Craig Williams (R-Delaware and Chester) and Sen. John Kane (D-Delaware and Chester) will present a ceremonial check representing a $2 million state grant secured through their support for the construction of a new Upper Chichester Library.