My Audio Updates
Here you will find audio clips about important events that have taken place during the current and past Legislative Sessions.
Rep. Moul Comments on Legislation to Streamline State Government - 2/21/2018
A package of legislation designed to streamline state government was the topic of a press conference held recently in Harrisburg. A group of House Republicans have introduced several pieces of legislation that would consolidate disparate government agencies that offer similar or duplicative services, as well as eliminate obsolete programs. Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams) offered his support of the legislation to control the size of state government.
Rep. Dan Moul Comments on Upcoming Audit of Susquehanna and Delaware River Basin Commissions - 2/13/2018
An examination of the inner workings of the Susquehanna and Delaware River Basin Commissions was the topic of discussion at a press conference held recently by Reps. Dan Moul (R-Adams) and Kristen Phillips-Hill (R-York). Both Moul and Phillips-Hill lauded the first-time audit of these commissions which are have been operating for years without any oversight or accountability. Moul said these commissions have expanded their reach beyond their authority, and need to be reined in.
Rep. Moul Comments on Efforts to Rein In Budget Spending - 2/1/2018
In anticipation of the Governor’s Budget Address next week, a group of lawmakers gathered in Harrisburg on Thursday to ask the Governor and legislators to craft a state spending plan that forces Pennsylvania to live within its means. Members of the Commonsense Caucus commented on the economic impact of overregulation, the burden of duplicitous government programs, and the stagnating effect of welfare programs which discourage workforce participation, as well as the hole the state has dug for itself by allowing spending to outpace our rate of growth.
Moul Joins Business Leaders in Call for State Regulatory Reforms to Spur Job Creation and Economic Growth - 1/16/2018
House Republican lawmakers and business leaders introduced a package of Regulatory Reforms Tuesday in Harrisburg aimed at improving the state’s business climate and reining-in government regulatory overreach. The bill are based on information gathered in the House State Government Committee’s Regulatory Overreach Report, which included findings from a series of public hearings held across the state last year that included testimony from various employers, organizations and experts on state regulatory policy. The report called for reforms to Pennsylvania’s restrictive regulatory system that is credited with holding back business development, limiting job creation and crippling economic growth. Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams) offered comments on the package of legislation.
Rep. Moul Comments on House Republican Welfare Reform Plan - 1/2/2018
House Republican lawmakers called for action on legislation to help contain costs and bring real reform to Pennsylvania’s welfare system. Reps. Aaron Kaufer (R-Luzerne) and Mike Tobash (R-Schuylkill/Dauphin) announced a package of bills Tuesday in Harrisburg to give more Pennsylvania families an opportunity to improve their quality of life, while tackling waste, fraud and abuse from within the current benefit system. The package also contains measures aimed at enhancing the value of work and strong families, while recognizing that those receiving benefits need help to gain financial independence, not continue a life of dependence. Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams) attended the news conference and offered comments on the package of legislation.
Rep. Moul Calls on Gov. Wolf to Sign His Cost Saving Welfare Reform Legislation - 10/17/2017
House Republican lawmakers are calling on Governor Wolf to sign welfare reform legislation now on his desk to help control spending on state human services programs that are growing at a rate that outpaces available revenue. House Bill 59 would help contain costs for entitlement programs and includes reasonable reforms like work or job search requirements for able-bodied Medicaid recipients. House Republican leaders and a large number of rank and file members joined Tuesday in asking for the governor to sign the reform bill and not follow through on his threatened veto. Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams), prime sponsor of the legislation, commented at the Capitol press conference.
Rep. Moul Comments on House Approval of Revenue Plan to Complete Funding of the State Budget without Tax Increases - 9/13/2017
The Pennsylvania House approved an amended state revenue plan on Wednesday that puts taxpayers first and does not require any increase in state taxes. The revenue plan authored by House Republicans is viewed as a financially responsible effort that not does not rely on additional state borrowing and calls for the utilization of existing funds in dormant state accounts to help balance the nearly $32 billion state budget. The amended revenue plan now returns to the Senate for consideration. Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams) commented on passage of the legislation:
Rep. Moul Comments on "Taxpayer's Budget" - 9/5/2017
In an effort to protect Pennsylvanians from widespread tax increases proposed as a method to close the state’s budget deficit, a group of House Republican Lawmakers unveiled a proposal to bring the Commonwealth’s spending plan into balance without dipping into the checkbooks of taxpayers. The “Taxpayer’s Budget” would utilize money currently sitting idle in over 200 state-held accounts and redirect it to close budgetary shortfalls.
House Passes Moul Small Games of Chance Bill - 9/28/2016
Legislation that would change the laws regarding small games of chance in Pennsylvania has been approved by the Pennsylvania House. House Bill 1313, sponsored by Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams), would eliminate weekly prize limits, authorize new games, change major league sports drawings, and amend the rules of tavern gaming. Moul said his bill will ensure that taverns can legally operate certain commonplace games of chance that are currently unlawful.
Rep. Moul Comments on Ongoing Efforts to Combat Opioid Addiction - 6/23/2016
Legislative efforts to combat the Commonwealth’s growing problem with heroin and opioid addiction was the topic of discussion at a press conference held in the State Capitol on Thursday. House Leaders, joined by the Governor and other lawmakers, announced the completion of the recommendations set forth by the Task Force and Advisory Committee on Opioid Prescription Drug Proliferation, and outlined plans to move the issue forward by initiating a special legislative session to tackle the problems associated with prescription drug abuse.