Senator Boscola hosted a Telephone Town Hall on May 6 to discuss the Coronavirus (COVID-19). You can hear the entire Town Hall by clicking on the player below:
Community Update: Coronavirus May 6
Senator Boscola is joining together with Lyme Disease patients and their loved ones to insist insurance companies provide long-term care for the affliction.
On the anniversary of the shooting deaths of high school students in Parkland, Florida, Senator Boscola and fellow Senate Democrats are looking for ways to reduce gun violence in the state.
With more winter weather on the way, Senator Boscola is renewing her call for her legislation that would require vehicles to remove all ice and snow before heading out on the road.
Called by Senator Jim Brewster, Senator Boscola and the Senate Democratic Policy Committee joined with their counterparts in the House for a hearing in Clairton on ways to improve air quality, community notification procedures and emergency response. The hearing was prompted by a December 24, 2018, fire at the Clairton Coke Works that resulted in emissions of high levels of sulfur dioxide and damage to the facility’s gas processing system.
Senator Boscola reacts to Governor Wolf’s 2019 Budget Address
Senator Boscola speaks on the floor of the Senate to ask for passage of Christine’s Law, requiring the removal of snow and ice from vehicles.
Senator Boscola’s comments on the 2018 state Budget
Senator Boscola reminds families that Pennsylvania’s Children’s Health Insurance Program — CHIP — covers all kids with quality health insurance.
The state Supreme Court’s reading of the Crime Victims Act means some townships, churches and non-profits don’t get restitution when someone steals money from them. The state Senate has passed legislation co-sponsored by Senator Boscola to correct that.
May is Military Appreciation Month. Senator Boscola encourages Pennsylvania’s veterans to take advantage of the benefits they’ve earned.
The Senate has passed and sent to the House Senator Boscola’s bill designed to prevent wintertime tragedies on our highways.
Senator Boscola addressed a rally of social workers in the state Capitol Rotunda in support of legislation that would upgrade a 20 year-old law to license social workers — a law that hasn’t been touched since it was first passed.
The state Supreme Court says a township scammed out of more than 800 thousand dollars can’t get its money back. Senator Boscola says taxpayers are the real losers, and she’s introducing legislation to change that.
Senator Boscola joined activists in urging the House of Representatives to act on a bill that would allow nurse-practitioners to practice independently, especially in areas of the state where doctors are scarce.
April is Child Abuse Awareness Month. Senator Boscola has information about Pennsylvania’s Child Abuse Hotline that could save a child’s life.
Senator Boscola’s bill making its way through the Pennsylvania Senate would let ordinary citizens set federal and state political boundaries to prevent gerrymandering.
The state Senate has approved a package of bills, including legislation sponsored by Senator Boscola, to help those who are victims of domestic violence and other crimes.
Senator Boscola says Pennsylvania is ready to help families save for college by providing a savings plan with some tax advantages.
If you’re looking for a job, Senator Boscola says that help is available.
Democrats in the state Senate laid out their legislative priorities for Pennsylvania in 2018. Senator Boscola talked about property tax reform, especially in light of new federal tax laws.
Winter weather is here, and Senator Boscola is advising travelers to check with PA 511 and get road conditions before venturing out.