Working for You
It is an honor to work for you and the residents of our district and I take great pride in representing you in Harrisburg. I am aware of the challenges that face our state and I am dedicated to facing those challenges so that together, we can make our communities the best that they can be. As a way for you to keep up with the work that is happening on your behalf, check the stories listed below, and as always, feel free to contact me for more information about any state-related matter.'

Legislation will protect game, fish officers
From The York Daily Record
State Rep. Dan Moul's legislation hits home in Adams County, where a wildlife conservation officer was killed in the line of duty.
 
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Appreciate the Gesture, but No Thank You
From The Gettysburg Times
I was flattered when I found out I garnered seven write-in votes in last Tuesday's election. 
 
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Grant helps revive McSherrystown bypass plan
A PennDOT grant will pump nearly $10 million into a proposed roadway
From The Evening Sun
Plans to revive the decades-old McSherrystown bypass will be unveiled today at the Conewago Township municipal building, according to state officials.
 
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Moul announces state grant to evaluate Adams water quality
From The Evening Sun
HARRISBURG >> Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams/Franklin) today announced that the Adams County Conservation District has been awarded a $25,000 state grant through the Watershed Restoration Protection Program to assess 30 local stream segments in the county.
 
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Pennsylvania lawmaker introduces DUI sentencing bill
From Herald-Mail Media
A Pennsylvania lawmaker whose district includes part of Franklin County has introduced legislation that would stiffen the penalties for repeat driving under the influence offenders who kill someone with a vehicle.

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House passes Moul's DUI vehicular homicide bill
From Public Opinion Online
The House gave overwhelming approval to "Angie's Law," legislation sponsored by Rep. Dan Moul, R-Adams/Franklin, that would crack down on repeat DUI offenders convicted of vehicular homicide while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

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Tougher penalties for repeat DUI offenders
From YouTube
PA State Rep. Dan Moul discusses his legislation to increase penalties for drivers who cause fatalities due to intoxication or other impairment.

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House passes Moul's DUI vehicular homicide bill

From Los Angeles Daily News
The House gave overwhelming approval to "Angie's Law," legislation sponsored by Rep. Dan Moul, R-Adams/Franklin, that would crack down on repeat DUI offenders convicted of vehicular homicide while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. 

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Grants given to help fight forest fires
From The Record Herald
State Rep. Dan Moul, a Republican whose district includes parts of Franklin and Adams counties, announced that four fire companies in his legislative district will receive a share of more than $590,000 in federal grants through the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to guard against threats of forest fires and fires in other undeveloped areas. 

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Repeat DUI offenders who cause deadly accidents may face tougher penalties
From Lancaster Online
About 13,000 of the 34,000 drivers who had been charged in 2013 with driving drunk in Pennsylvania had previous DUIs on their records.

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State rep. pushes for new DUI law following fatal crashes 
From WGAL News 8
A state lawmaker says justice for Lampeter-Strasburg High School graduate Meredith Demko hinges on a change in law. 

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Game wardens could use body cameras

From Public Opinion
Wildlife Conservation Officers could once again be allowed to use body cameras on the job.

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Property Tax/Rent Rebate program deadline extended to Dec. 31
From Public Opinion
The deadline to apply for the state's Property Tax/Rent Rebate program has been extended from June 30 to Dec. 31.

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House passes Moul's DUI vehicular homicide bill
From Public Opinion
The House gave overwhelming approval to "Angie's Law," legislation sponsored by Rep. Dan Moul, R-Adams/Franklin, that would crack down on repeat DUI offenders convicted of vehicular homicide while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

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Banquet to honor four Adams County police officers
From The Evening Sun
Four police officers will be honored Wednesday night during the Adams County Law Enforcement Banquet, at the 911 center, according to Sheriff James Muller.

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Medical marijuana topic of local forum
From YDR.com
His sight practically gone, Sen. Rich Alloway, R-Chambersburg, spoke through a quivering voice as he addressed a crowd of nearly 300 people about medical marijuana Thursday night.

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DUI bill in Pennsylvania would crack down on repeat offenders
From The Record Herald
The Pennsylvania House Judiciary Committee unanimously approved legislation sponsored by Rep. Dan Moul that would impose tougher penalties on those who repeatedly drive while intoxicated and who are involved in a DUI accident that results in a fatality. 

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Bill prompted by fatal DUI crash passes committee
From The Gettysburg Times
A bill prompted by a drunk driving crash that took a Fairfield woman's life passed the Pennsylvania House Judiciary Committee unanimously.

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Moul bill: Imposes tougher penalties on repeat DUIs
From publicopiniononline.com
The House Judiciary Committee approved legislation sponsored by Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams/Franklin) that would impose tougher penalties on those who repeatedly drive while intoxicated and who are involved in a DUI accident that results in a fatality.

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Proposed endangered species bill simplifies process for developers
From The Gettysburg Times
A bill in the state House of Representatives, and a companion bill in the state Senate, are intended to remove a potentially expensive hurdle from the path of natural gas drillers and other developers. 

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Conewago Twp. supervisors welcome Rep. Moul
From The Gettysburg Times
While Rep. Dan Moul was on hand to answer pre-selected questions at Conewago Township's annual meet the legislators night Monday, Sen. Rich Alloway was a no show.


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Bill fosters recreational land use (letter)
From York Daily Record
House Bill 544 introduced by Rep. Dan Moul will be before the state House of Representatives on Jan. 27. House Bill 544 is an effort to update and refocus the commonwealth’s Recreational Use of Land and Water Act. Since the act’s passage the courts have chipped away at its provisions and have narrowed the original intent of the law. House Bill 544 would reestablish the act’s original intent.

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Moul races to first in draft horse contest
From Gettysburg Times
State Rep. Dan Moul, R-91, drove his team of horses into a close first place victory to win the Celebrity Draft Horse Driving competition at the Pennsylvania Farm Show on Tuesday night.

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Picture This: Horsing Around
From the Record-Herald
State Rep. Dan Moul, a Republican whose district includes Franklin County, celebrates his win during the first Celebrity Draft Horse Driving Contest at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Tuesday

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