Legislative Update, Senior Expo is Sept. 5; Funding for Bristol Fire Companies

(10 hours ago)

Please join my staff and I on Friday, Sept. 5 for our annual Senior Expo Read more

 

Representative Davis, Senator Santarsiero announce $424,000 to support Bristol fire companies

(1 day ago)

BUCKS COUNTY – July 17 – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and Representative Tina Davis (D-141) visited four Bristol fire companies today to announce state grant awards to support public safety and the work of the fire companies. The four awards are as follows: Bristol Consolidated Volunteer Fire Company: $40,000 for Command Vehicle American Hose, Hook & Ladder: $181,000 for Rescue Equipment Bristol Fire Co: $78,000 for Rescue Equipment Third District Fire Co: $125,000 for Pumper Truck “Our local volunteer fire companies, the firefighters, administrators, and support personnel, sacrifice so much to protect us all,” said Rep. Davis. “This state funding will help them obtain the equipment that they need to do their job a little more safely and effectively. Thank you to these amazing individuals for their selfless dedication to keeping our community safe.” “Our volunteer firefighters do tremendous work, putting the community first to keep us safe,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “I was happy to support these funds for equipment upgrades at four companies that serve Bristol Borough and Bristol Township, ensuring these brave men and women have the necessary resources to continue to serve the community. It is critical we continue to support our fire companies and volunteer firefighters who work tirelessly on the front line to protect us.” Read more

 

Legislative Update, New Budget increases investment in schools, passes without raising taxes; Fighting the proposed AQUA rate increase

(Jul 12, 2024)

This bipartisan spending plan is a huge win for all of us here in the Bristol-Levittown area, starting with investing more than a billion new dollars in our kids and our schools. Read more

 

Davis, Santarsiero announce $100K grant awarded to Bristol Borough museum

(Jun 21, 2024)

“The Grundy Museum is a cornerstone of Bristol Borough, dedicated to preserving and celebrating our rich history. Additionally, they’ve worked to encourage community and civic engagement for decades – a cause I’m always happy to support,” Davis said. Read more

 

Legislative Update, Bill to decrease property taxes, help better fund education passes House; Kayden’s Law signed

(Jun 14, 2024)

I was pleased to vote for House Bill 2370, legislation that would bring adequacy, equity and stability to Pennsylvania’s education funding system. Read more

 

Legislative Update, Advocating for our children

(Jun 06, 2024)

I was happy to vote for and support Senate Bill 1018, which passed the House earlier this week. Read more

 

Legislative Update, Deadline for Property Tax/Rent Rebates extended; State Road detour scheduled

(May 31, 2024)

To ensure as many Pennsylvanians receive the relief they are entitled to, the deadline for older adults and Pennsylvanians with disabilities to apply for rebates on rent and property taxes paid in 2023 has been extended to December 31. Read more

 

Legislative Update, Farmers market vouchers available

(May 23, 2024)

The Bucks County Area Agency on Aging will once again distribute Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program vouchers for eligible Bucks County seniors to purchase produce at farmers markets throughout the summer, beginning in June. Read more

 

Legislative Update, College Savings Day, Learn about the home-buying process

(May 15, 2024)

The Pennsylvania Treasury Department is celebrating 529 Day (May 29) throughout the month of May. Families who save with the PA 529 College and Career Savings Program Guaranteed Savings Plan have the opportunity to win some of more than $30,000 in total awards. Read more

 

Legislative Update, Bristol Twp Cleanup Day, Armed Forces Muster, Levittown Trail

(May 09, 2024)

Thank you to everyone who attended our Shredding Event on Saturday and a special thanks to the students who volunteered to unload the cars. For those who missed the event or for those who simply have more shredding, my staff and I should have a new shredding event scheduled shortly. Please continue to read the email updates and follow me on Facebook and X (formerly Twitter) for an update when we have a new date. Read more

 

Legislative Update, Shred Event is Saturday, Help filling out the FAFSA

(May 03, 2024)

PHEAA announced that it is offering virtual office hours throughout May for college-bound students and their families, as well as school counselors, who have questions regarding the 2024-25 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®). Read more

 

Legislative Update, Continuing to advocate for childcare, Drug Takeback Day is Saturday

(Apr 26, 2024)

I was interviewed this week by ABC News regarding the cost of childcare in Pennsylvania. As you may know, this issue has been of particular interest to me as I have heard from many residents expressing their concerns about this and asking Harrisburg and Washington to help them address this issue. Last year, I was able to get the expansion of Pennsylvania’s Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit added to the Fiscal Code bill and it was signed into law by Gov. Shapiro. My interview with ABC News will air soon. Check my social media for updates. Read more

 

Legislative Update, Family law arbitration bill heads to Governor’s desk, Program to provide affordable financing for home energy upgrades

(Apr 11, 2024)

The bill that I cowrote with my colleague state Rep. Melissa Shusterman that would provide families with a voluntary and private process for resolving disputes with the help of an arbitrator, passed the Senate this week. Read more

 

Shusterman & Davis family law arbitration bill heads to governor’s desk

(Apr 10, 2024)

“Going to family court can be expensive, emotionally draining, and time consuming,” Davis said. “This bill will give families another option to settle their disputes in the form of arbitration. This is especially helpful in matters of domestic violence as it will allow for a quicker resolution.” Read more

 

Legislative Update, State’s heating assistance program closes Friday

(Apr 03, 2024)

Applications for the 2023-24 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program will close at the end of business on Friday. Read more

 

Legislative Update, Kayden's Law passes, Funding for Randall Avenue Bridge

(Mar 27, 2024)

Senate Bill 55, also known as Kayden’s Law, passed the House earlier this week after previously passing in the Senate. I also sponsored the House version of the bill with Rep. Warren. Read more

 

Davis Lauds Passage of Kayden’s Law

(Mar 26, 2024)

PA state Rep. Tina Davis thanks her colleagues in the House and Senate for finally passing legislation to protect Pennsylvania’s children from abusive and violent parents. Kayden’s law is named for Kayden Mancuso who was murdered by her biological father. It was first introduced in 2018 and would update the criteria courts use when granting custody to parents. The legislation will now go to Governor Josh Shapiro to be signed into law. Read more

 

Legislative Update, Homeowner Assistance Fund reopens, Drug Takeback Day is April 27

(Mar 21, 2024)

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Legislative Update, Testing your smoke detectors, Safely disposing of your old electronics

(Mar 14, 2024)

If you have not done so already, please change the batteries in your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. The Pennsylvania Office of the State Fire Commissioner recommends doing so twice a year at each change of clocks between Daylight Saving Time and Standard Time. Read more

 

Legislative Update, Women's History Month

(Mar 07, 2024)

Celebrating Women's History Month Read more

 

Legislative Update, Senior Expo is Sept. 5; Funding for Bristol Fire Companies
10 hours ago

Representative Davis, Senator Santarsiero announce $424,000 to support Bristol fire companies
1 day ago

Legislative Update, New Budget increases investment in schools, passes without raising taxes; Fighting the proposed AQUA rate increase
Jul 12, 2024

Davis, Santarsiero announce $100K grant awarded to Bristol Borough museum
Jun 21, 2024

Legislative Update, Bill to decrease property taxes, help better fund education passes House; Kayden’s Law signed
Jun 14, 2024

Legislative Update, Advocating for our children
Jun 06, 2024

Legislative Update, Deadline for Property Tax/Rent Rebates extended; State Road detour scheduled
May 31, 2024

Legislative Update, Farmers market vouchers available
May 23, 2024

Legislative Update, College Savings Day, Learn about the home-buying process
May 15, 2024

Legislative Update, Bristol Twp Cleanup Day, Armed Forces Muster, Levittown Trail
May 09, 2024

Legislative Update, Shred Event is Saturday, Help filling out the FAFSA
May 03, 2024

Legislative Update, Continuing to advocate for childcare, Drug Takeback Day is Saturday
Apr 26, 2024

Legislative Update, Family law arbitration bill heads to Governor’s desk, Program to provide affordable financing for home energy upgrades
Apr 11, 2024

Shusterman & Davis family law arbitration bill heads to governor’s desk
Apr 10, 2024

Legislative Update, State’s heating assistance program closes Friday
Apr 03, 2024

Legislative Update, Kayden's Law passes, Funding for Randall Avenue Bridge
Mar 27, 2024

Davis Lauds Passage of Kayden’s Law
Mar 26, 2024

Legislative Update, Homeowner Assistance Fund reopens, Drug Takeback Day is April 27
Mar 21, 2024

Legislative Update, Testing your smoke detectors, Safely disposing of your old electronics
Mar 14, 2024

Legislative Update, Women's History Month
Mar 07, 2024