Williams Leads House Debate on Military Child Custody Laws

Sep. 22, 2022 / Embed

Rep. Craig Williams, on the House floor, argues for reforming the state’s military child custody laws to protect the rights of those serving.

Protecting the Custody Rights of Parents in the Military

Sep. 21, 2022 / Embed

Rep. Craig Williams discusses the Importance of protecting the custody rights of parents in the military.

Rep. Craig Williams Hosts Vietnam Veterans Pinning Ceremony

Sep. 20, 2022 / Embed

Rep. Craig Williams, along with Rep. Chris Quinn, hosted a Vietnam Veterans 50th Commemoration Pinning Ceremony at the Glen MiIls Schools.

Judiciary Committee Holds Vote on Rep. Williams’ Military Child Custody Reform Bill

Sep. 13, 2022 / Embed

Rep. Williams urges the Judiciary Committee to pass his legislation to protect the rights of military parents.

Legislative Report with Rep. Craig Williams Topic: Cyber Security

Jul. 01, 2022 / Embed

Representative Williams sits down with Laurie Bull and talks Cyber Security within Pennsylvania.

National Guard to Provide Functional Support for Cybersecurity

Jun. 21, 2022 / Embed

Rep. Craig Williams testifies before the Senate on House Bill 2412, his legislation to allow the Pennsylvania National Guard to provide functional support for cybersecurity needs across the commonwealth.

Smart Justice followup

Apr. 27, 2022 / Embed

PA State Rep. Martina White and PA State Rep. Craig Williams meet with the press following House passage of House Bill 2275, which amends the Uniform Firearm Act to reauthorize the Office of Attorney General to prosecute in a city of the first class (Philadelphia) where the attorney general has operated a joint-state firearm task force.

Extend Attorney General’s Jurisdiction on Philadelphia Gun Crime

Apr. 12, 2022 / Embed

PA State Rep. Martina White and PA State Rep. Craig Williams urge support from the PA House Judiciary Committee for legislation to extend Act 58 of 2019, a bipartisan legislative effort that provides the attorney general concurrent jurisdiction over gun crime in Philadelphia.

Reaction to Gov. Wolf's Spending Plan

Feb. 08, 2022 / Embed

Rep. Craig Williams responds to the governor’s budget proposal.

White, Williams Introduce Legislation to Extend Attorney General’s Jurisdiction on Philadelphia Crime

Jan. 25, 2022 / Embed

Reps. Martina White (R-Philadelphia) and Craig Williams (R-Delaware) have introduced legislation, House Bill 2275, to extend Act 58 of 2019, a bipartisan legislative effort that provides the attorney general concurrent jurisdiction over gun crime in Philadelphia.