It is a great honor to represent the citizens of the 91st District in the Pennsylvania Legislature. As your state representative, I am aware of the challenges facing our Commonwealth and its residents and I am committed to working with you to make our communities and quality of life the best they can be. As a way to keep you apprised of some of the work I do on our behalf, please check the links below. As always, feel free to contact my office if you need information or assistance with any state-related matter.

Pennsylvania Lawmakers Toast Farmers for Dairy Month
Lancaster Farming
June 27, 2024

New $10 million Agriculture Innovation Fund speeds through PA House committee
Tri-State Alert 
June 6, 2024

Pennsylvania Lawmakers Start Advancing Shapiro’s Ag Goals
Philip Gruber,
June 5, 2024

Pa. dairy farmers could see financial boost from Shapiro’s proposed subsidy program
By MARLEY PARISH | Spotlight PA State College
Reprinted by The Morning Call
May 15, 2024

GOP Divided on Board to Grow Pennsylvania's Rural Population
Philip Gruber
May 15, 2024

Pennsylvania Wants to Lead a National Rural Revival
By Anthony Hennen | The Center Square
April 30, 2024

House Committee Passes Bill Permitting Schools to Dispense Whole Milk 
Philip Gruber
Lancaster Farming News
April 30, 2024

Moul bill would allow cash payments for school activities
Gettysburg Times
April 10, 2024

State Rep. Moul: Accept cash for school function tickets
Times Observer
April 1, 2024

Chamber hosts legislative breakfast | Local News
Gettysburg Times 
March 16, 2024

Local Fire, EMS Receive Grants
Gettysburg Times
Feb. 16, 2024

Ride to Preserve Battlefield Monuments
Gettysburg Times
October 3, 2023

Pa. Farm Bureau Hosts Annual State Legislative Conference | Morning Ag Clips

Morning Ag Clips
April 13, 2023

Redding Charts Pennsylvania's Path to Organic Pinnacle - Lancaster Farming
Philip Gruber,
April 13, 2023

Sick Chickens and Sticker Shock: A Look Back at 2022’s Top Ag Stories
Philip Gruber,
Dec 28, 2022 Updated Dec 30, 2022

Bad tariffs threaten canning and food security | Opinion
By Guest Editorial
Dec. 12, 2022

Moul speaks out at GASD meeting
By Vanessa Pellechio Sanders Times Staff Writer
 Dec 7, 2022

GASD Elects Officers, Announces New Deputy Superintendent
By Leon Reed
Dec. 6, 2022

House Advances Lawrence Bills to Put Whole Milk Back on School Lunch Menu
By MyChesCo
April 14, 2022

House Committee Unanimously Approves Bill To Allow School Districts To Offer Whole Milk To Children
By Jon Delano
March 30, 2022

Committee Moves Bills to Aid Struggling Dairy Farmers, Says Moul
By MyChesCo
March 31, 2022

Pennsylvania Farm Bureau Members Advocate for Whole Milk in Schools
Bill Zeiders, Pennsylvania Farm Bureau
March 30, 2022

Loophole for Whole Milk in Pennsylvania Schools Receives Committee Approval
By Philip Gruber,
March 30, 2022

Pa. State Legislators Pushing For Whole Milk In School Cafeterias
KDKA CBS Pittsburgh
March 30, 2022

Package of bills, including whole milk in schools, aims to aid dairy industry
By Michael Gorsegner
March 30, 2022

Got Milk? Pennsylvania Lawmakers, farmers push for whole milk in schools
By: Georger StockburgerLauren RudeDennis OwensTaylor Tosheff
March 30, 2022

Pennsylvania lawmaker introduces property tax elimination plan that would hike retirement, sales, income taxes
By Jan Murphy/Penn Live
February 28.2022

Karns Foods Launches Karns Beef Program
By: Bridget Goldschmidt
January 28, 2022

Pa. lawmakers out of ‘oohs and aahs’ as they look to rework 2017 fireworks law
by: Dennis Owens
December 15, 2021

Content in school libraries should contribute to healthy learning
December 13, 2021

TO MASK OR UNMASK STUDENTS?  Mask mandate faces resistance at CVSD
By Adam Michael Times Assistant Editor
September 15, 2021

PA lawmaker to introduce legislation for schools to begin after Labor Day
By Samantha York
August 27, 2021

Farm Show PPE to be removed
By Samantha York,
July 15, 2021

Rep. Moul discusses scholarships, vaccines and more at Rotary meeting
By Alex J. Hayes Times Managing Editor
June 22, 2021

Rep. Moul discusses scholarships, vaccines and more at Rotary meeting
By Alex J. Hayes Times Managing Editor
Jun 21,2021

Lawmakers, Wolf admin clash over access to PPE in Farm Show Complex
By Samantha York
April 21, 2021

Pa. lawmakers, Wolf administration at odds over personal protective equipment stockpile at Farm Show Complex
By Tom Lehman, WGAL TV 8
April 21, 2021

Pa. lawmakers, Governor spar over Farm Show Tour to see PPE stockpile
By Dennis Owens
April 21, 2021

Pa. House hearing seeks answers on Farm Show PPE stockpile
By Dennis Owens
March 31, 2021

Lawmakers want to use emergency powers to pass sexual abuse reform
By Stephen Caruso | Elizabeth Hardison
March 15, 2021

Pennsylvania official says surge in drug use killing nearly 13 people a day; 2020 could be worst year yet in opioid crisis

By Ford Turner - The Morning Call
February 11, 2021

Pennsylvania House Moves Key Ag Bills as Session Begins

Philip Gruber, News Editor
January 27, 2021
Satellite offices gave Pa. voters more options to cast early ballots in person. Were they worth it?
By Tom Lisi, Spotlight Pa.
December 30, 2020

Pennsylvania House Fails To Override Gov. Wolf’s Restaurant Capacity Veto

By CBS 3, Philadelphia
October 20, 2020

House OKs changes to mail-in voting law; veto threatened
By Marc Levy
September 10, 2020

With Election Day Looming, Pa. Election Reform Bills Hang in Limbo

By Cody Carlson
Sept. 15, 2020

Pa. Senate panel that approved voting bill will get a do-over next week because of improper notice
By John Micek
September 4, 2020

Amid Partisan Debate, PA House Passes Voting Reform Bill
By Pennsylvania Capital-Star/States Newsroom, News Partner
September 3, 2020

Pennsylvania House passes ‘imperfect’ election reforms
By Christen Smith, The Center Square
September 3, 2020

With little notice, Pa. Senate panel advances voting bill that Wolf, Dems oppose
By Elizabeth Hardison
September 3, 2020

Pa. House passes changes to mail-in voting law on party-line vote; Gov. Wolf prepares to veto
By MARC LEVY, Associated Press
September 2, 2020

Election Reform Bill Passes Pa. House, Moves to Senate
By Cody Carlson
September 2, 2020

Amid partisan debate, Pa. House passes voting reform bill
By John L. Micek
September 2, 2020

House advances bill to aid local governments
Times Staff Report
July 17, 2020

Commissioner's call for Confederate statues to come down at Gettysburg Nat'l Park raises controversy
By Jamie Bittner (Fox 43)
July 10, 2020

Gettysburg’s Confederate monuments should come down, county commissioner says
By Nolan Simmons
July 11, 2020

Up to 200,000 mail-in ballots are expected to be cast in Lehigh Valley in November
By Tom Shortell
July 4, 2020

State lawmakers working on voting reforms
By John Finnerty, CNHI Reporter
June 25, 2020

Lawmakers begin to tackle voting reforms ahead of presidential election
By John Finnerty, The Tribune-Democrat
June 25, 2020

Rep. Daryl Metcalfe reveals 5 articles of impeachment against Gov. Tom Wolf
By Bret Gibson, Tribelive
June 17, 2020

Adams, York Republicans continue push to move from red to yellow
By Alex J. Hayes Times Managing Editor
May 12, 2020

Adams Republicans tell Wolf county meets benchmarks to move to yellow phase
By Alex J. Hayes, Times Managing Editor
May 8, 2020

Adams coroner questions state virus figures
By Jim Hale Times Staff Writer
April 24, 2020

Rep. Dan Moul announces emergency loans now available to small businesses
ABC 27 News
Ashleigh Taylor
March 23, 2020

Controversy brews over stormwater prevention program
ABC 27 News
Michella Drapac
January 27, 2020

Small PA communities say no to stormwater mandate
Bay Journal
Ad Crable
January 15, 2020

$500 million needed for fixes to Pa.’s state parks

Pa Post
By Ed Mahon
January 15, 2020

Lawmakers aim to stop closure of 2 institutions for disabled
The Washington Times
By MARC LEVY - Associated Press
Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Moul honored for protecting victims
Gettysburg Times
October 2, 2019

Senators learn local impact of stormwater fees
Echo Pilot
September 19, 2019

Officials Tour Farm
Gettysburg Times
August 26, 2019

‘Ask Evan’: “What happened to gambling money being used to reduce property taxes?”
By Evan Forrester
July 2, 2019

Budget votes expected this week
By CD Pauling
June 25, 2019

Ask Evan’: Has consolidating school districts within PA counties been considered?”
By Evan Forrester
June 25, 2019

Budget Pressure, Policy Agendas Collide Ahead of Deadline for PA's $34 Billion Budget
By Marc Levy
June 23, 2019

Abbottstown take honors at PSAB Conference
Gettysburg Times
June 21, 2019

Local leaders criticize Pennsylvania 'rain tax,' stormwater rules
By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square
Jun 20, 2019

Hearing to focus on stormwater project costs
By Shawn Hardy /
June 18th, 2019

High absenteeism could cost municipal officials their elected post
By Sasha Hupka | For PennLive
June 3rd, 2019

Bikers rally for motorcycle lemon law and procession rights at Pa. Capitol
By Sasha Hupka | For PennLive
Tuesday, June 3rd, 2019

Legislator pushes for money for life-saving treatment
by Michael Gorsegner
Tuesday, May 28th 2019

Council of governments, legislators talk issues
By Charles Stangor For the Gettysburg Times
April 26, 2019

Debate over nuclear power hits home in rural Pennsylvania
Marc Levy Associated Press
March 17, 2019

'Unbelievable': Pa. commission bought alcohol, steaks with taxpayer funds, auditor says
By Rick Lee, York Daily Record
November 9, 2018

Pa. House members demand resignation after audit reveals agency used tax dollars to party
By Rick Lee, York Daily Record
November 9, 2018

PennDOT Improves Deadly Intersection
By Mary Grace Keller - Time Staff Writer
August 28, 2018

Adams County Commissioners
By Vanessa Pellechio Times Staff Writer
Jul 26, 2018

Liberty Board Says No To Civil Suit
BY MARY GRACE KELLER - Times Staff Writer

The Gettysburg Adams Chamber of Commerce

Legislators outline goals for new year

Pa. lawmakers mull work requirements on Medicaid recipients after Trump administration approval
by Felix Rodrigues Lima

This is why we need a Medicaid work requirement: Opinion
By Dan Moul

Pa. Republicans pick up fight over health care
Ryan Brown, Staff Writer -

Confederate monuments: Preserving prejudice, or history?
By Amanda St. Hilaire

State grant helps bring processing plant to Lancaster County, but does it hurt neighboring businesses?
By Dennis Owens

The money's right here! In Pa. budget battle, House GOP says answer is in unspent accounts
Rick Lee,

State budget talks reopen at Pennsylvania Capitol, after a summer pause
Pennsylvania Real-Time News

House GOP eyes special state funds to fill budget hole, avoid tax hike
By Jason Scott/Central Penn Business Journal

House GOP group wants to tap $2.4 billion in special reserve funds to fill state budget gap
SAM JANESCH | Staff Writer, Lancaster On-line

House Republicans advocate smashing piggy banks to solve Pa's budget crunch
Pennsylvania Real-Time News

House GOP proposes funding state budget with fund transfers
David Weissman, 505-5431/@DispatchDavid

House GOP members say they can balance budget without borrowing or taxes

Local reps in Taxpayer Caucus give thumbs down to Senate revenue plan
By Dennis Owens

This is why we need a Medicaid work requirement: Opinion
PennLive file(SEAN SIMMERS)

Lawmaker: Environmental group taking money to line pockets
By  - ABC27.comnews

Moul ranks high at Farm Show horse competition
The Gettysburg Times

Pa. State Grange Pleased With Real Estate Transfer Tax Bill
Pa House passes bill that cracks down on repeat DUI offenders
From FOX43

Cheers of joy erupt after House passes medical marijuana bill
From ABC27

Two, two, two budgets are not better than one at the state Capitol
From ABC27

Some Lawmakers to hunt despite budget impasse
From York Daily Record/Sunday News

House Republicans propose package of funding bills for some state services
From Fox43

Republican lawmakers want to give $3 billion in 'lifelines' to struggling schools, human service providers
From The Patriot News

Midstate lawmakers try to circumvent budget impasse, fund programs
From ABC27

Plan could bypass budget standoff, provide funding to schools
From WGAL8

Did the Erie schools' brassy request for a $47M advance just help break the #PaBudget impasse?
From The Patriot News

Amid budget crisis, lawmakers voice concern for human service programs, agencies
From Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Here's the latest Republican proposal to end the 111-day state budget stalemate for some
From The Patriot News

State reps talk budget impasse with residents in New Oxford
From The Hanover Evening Sun

Moul and Tallman plan town hall meeting
From Gettysburg Times

Vetoes jeopardize millions in state funding, revenue, savings
From: Gettysburg Times

Lawmaker pushing to waive background check fees for volunteers
From: PennLive

Pa. to declare 2015 the Year of the Pennsylvania Barn
From: The Gettysburg Times 

Adams County rep co-sponsors Pa. House hemp bill
Pa. Game Commission honors Rep. Dan Moul
Private clubs seek higher prize limits, other changes to small games of chance law
From Pennlive
Moul scores win for Adams Electric in Farm Show Scholarship Competition
PA Wildlife Conservation Officers Now Allowed Body Cameras
From 90.5 WESA Pittsburgh's NPR News Station
Legislation will protect game, fish officers
From The York Daily Record
Appreciate the Gesture, but No Thank You
From The Gettysburg Times

Grant helps revive McSherrystown bypass plan
A PennDOT grant will pump nearly $10 million into a proposed roadway
From The Evening Sun
Moul announces state grant to evaluate Adams water quality
From The Evening Sun
Pennsylvania lawmaker introduces DUI sentencing bill
Herald-Mail Media

House passes Moul's DUI vehicular homicide bill

From Public Opinion Online

Tougher penalties for repeat DUI offenders

House passes Moul's DUI vehicular homicide bill
From Los Angeles Daily News

Grants given to help fight forest fires
From The Record Herald

Repeat DUI offenders who cause deadly accidents may face tougher penalties
From Lancaster Online

State rep. pushes for new DUI law following fatal crashes 
From WGAL News 8

Game wardens could use body cameras
From Public Opinion

Property Tax/Rent Rebate program deadline extended to Dec. 31
From Public Opinion

House passes Moul's DUI vehicular homicide bill
From Public Opinion

Banquet to honor four Adams County police officers
From The Evening Sun

Medical marijuana topic of local forum

DUI bill in Pennsylvania would crack down on repeat offenders
From The Record Herald

Bill prompted by fatal DUI crash passes committee
From The Gettysburg Times

Moul bill: Imposes tougher penalties on repeat DUIs

Proposed endangered species bill simplifies process for developers
The Gettysburg Times

Conewago Twp. supervisors welcome Rep. Moul
From The Gettysburg Times

Bill fosters recreational land use (letter)
From York Daily Record

Moul races to first in draft horse contest
From Gettysburg Times

Picture This: Horsing Around
From the Record-Herald