On Monday, Feb. 13, I will be hosting a House Majority Policy Committee public hearing to gather testimony from law enforcement, medical professionals, treatment centers, employers, educators, advocates and citizens about the state’s opioid epidemic and potential solutions to address it.
BENTLEYVILLE – State Rep. Bud Cook (R-Washington/Fayette) announced today that 22 volunteer fire and ambulance companies throughout Washington and Fayette counties have qualified to receive approximately $286,050 from a grant program administered by the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency and Office of the State Fire Commissioner.
Residents of the 49th Legislative District are invited to join me on Tuesday, Feb. 28, for my first-ever open house and ribbon cutting from 4-6 p.m. at my new Bentleyville district office, located at Big Jim Plaza, LLC, 55 Gosai Drive, Suite 112.
My new Facebook page is up and running as yet another way for me to interact with District 49 residents.
This week, I joined with 115 of my House colleagues in signing on to a letter to President Donald Trump asking for his administration to re-examine the application of the REAL ID Act and encourage Congress to make changes to the law in order to resolve the constitutional and cost issues associated with it.
Last week, I attended the River Towns Coalition quarterly meeting at California University and presented the following status update of three major trail proposals that are moving forward in the 49th Legislative District.
BENTLEYVILLE – State Rep. Bud Cook (R-Washington/Fayette) attended last week’s quarterly meeting hosted by the River Towns Coalition at California University and presented the following status update of three major trail proposals that are moving forward in the 49th Legislative District, The Mon Valley.
Joined by my family, friends and supporters on Jan. 3, I was officially sworn in at the state Capitol to begin my first term in the General Assembly serving the people of the 49th Legislative District.