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RSVP here: Meeting the Needs of the Whole Child: Virtual Town Hall on Education

Focus turns to students and education at Rep. Webster’s next town hall

(14 hours ago)

“While there’s never a bad time to focus time and energy on ensuring we identify policy solutions that meet the needs of students, the topic is especially critical now after 13+ months of various forms of remote education and the myriad issues that developed because of the global pandemic,” said Webster, D-Montgomery. “This month’s panel discussion will seek to identify the resources and support mechanisms needed to adequately execute those policy initiatives.” Read more


April 20 update: Earth Week Means Protecting This Planet

(1 day ago)

Let’s work together to protect and cherish the environment around us. Happy #EarthDay2021, everybody! Read more


RSVP here: Meeting the Needs of the Whole Child: Virtual Town Hall on Education

(Apr 14, 2021)

The panel will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 26. Read more


April 13 update: Always Find a Way to Help Each Other

(Apr 13, 2021)

Weekly email includes reminders on programs offering assistance, the primary election, COVID-19 vaccine and spring events. Read more


April 6 update: Take action and support survivors of sexual abuse

(Apr 06, 2021)

Plus updates on the COVID vaccine, assistance for those struggling with utility payments, defending democracy, and a voting reminder. Read more


Webster announces new district office location

(Apr 01, 2021)

“My staff and I are excited about this news and are looking forward to making the Evansburg Road location feel like home,” Webster said. “As always, we are ready to assist the folks from the 150th Legislative District with any and all of their needs.” Read more


Webster: Today is Transgender Day of Visibility!

(Mar 31, 2021)

Transgender and gender nonconforming individuals experience daily discrimination and even violence for living their lives. Always be accepting, including, and understanding when advocating to protect all members of the LGBTQ+ community. Read more


Webster discusses empowerment through civic engagement at March 30 virtual town hall

(Mar 31, 2021)

“With an esteemed panel of experts, we will center our discussion on civic education and how it can be improved, the definition of citizenship and the benefits of civic engagement, and the possible barriers to participation and how we can address those barriers through community action,” Webster said. “In short, our goal is to empower the people.” Read more


March 30 update: Town Hall on Civic Engagement is TONIGHT

(Mar 30, 2021)

Plus help with rent and utilities, an announcement about my new district office, and celebrating various holidays. Read more


March 23 update: Let’s work together to reduce the scourge of gun violence

(Mar 23, 2021)

My email also features updates on some programs available to help, an announcement about my district office, and a reminder about my next virtual town hall. Read more


March 16 update: Stay Informed about Help that is Available

(Mar 16, 2021)

Disaster loans, reduced restrictions (coming soon) for PA businesses, tuition assistance, my next virtual town hall, and other helpful info can be found in this week's email. Read more


Hospitality Industry Recovery Program application window opens Friday

(Mar 10, 2021)

The application window for the #MontcoStrong 2021 Pennsylvania Hospitality Industry Recovery Program opens THIS FRIDAY, MARCH 12. Read more


March 9 update: Important date for business relief; COVID-19 vaccination updates

(Mar 09, 2021)

Plus a call to #RaiseTheWage, a date to save, and a virtual art exhibit you don't want to miss. Read more


Webster Discusses the Need to Raise the Minimum Wage

(Mar 04, 2021)

Pa. state Rep. Joe Webster addressed the rising cost of living and the stagnant minimum wage by pointing out, "Instead of talking about workers, we talk about jobs. Instead of protecting wages, we protect tax rates on major corporations." Read more


March 2 update: Revised COVID-19 Mitigation Restrictions

(Mar 02, 2021)

Also in the email, a thank-you to town hall participants, a diaper drive, story time, Women's History Month, and much more! Read more


Webster Participates In Read Across America

(Mar 02, 2021)

Pa. state Rep. Joe Webster is joining teachers, parents, athletes, and many others to celebrate Read Across America day with a book called "Snake Alley Band." Read more


Webster Discusses Making Higher Education Affordable

(Mar 01, 2021)

During a House Appropriations Committee budget hearing, Pa. state Rep. Joe Webster had the opportunity to talk with the Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges about ways to help those schools offer students a meaningful degree without worrying about accruing substantial debt. Read more


Making American History and Honoring Black Legacies

(Feb 26, 2021)

Special guests will include Pennsylvania House Democratic Leader Joanna McClinton, D-Phila., and Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila.; Montgomery County Commissioner Ken Lawrence Jr.; and Dr. Janine Darby, president of the local Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force. Read more


Webster Addresses Health Issues Related To Water Quality

(Feb 25, 2021)

At a House Appropriations Committee budget hearing, Pa. state Rep. Joe Webster asked Department of Health acting Secretary Alison Beam what the state is doing to address health issues related to Pennsylvania's varying water quality. Read more


Webster: How does Agriculture solve big issues with small programs?

(Feb 25, 2021)

Pa. state Rep. Joe Webster asked Secretary Russell Redding how small programs help solve the big, complex issues surrounding climate change and sustainable agriculture during Wednesday's House Appropriations budget hearing with the Department of Agriculture. Read more