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Senate Approves Tougher Penalties for Repeat DUI Offenders

April 18, 2018
Repeat DUI offenders would face tougher punishments under legislation the Senate approved today, according to Senator Scott Martin (R-13).   [Read More]

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Increasing DUI Penalties (SB 961)

April 18, 2018
Senator Scott Martin speaks in support of Senate Bill 961, which would increase penalties for a person who unintentionally causes the death of another person as a result of a second or subsequent DUI violation.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Health and Human Services

March 27, 2018
Senator Scott Martin talks with Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine and Secretary of Human Services Teresa Miller during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Department of Health and the Department of Human Services.     [Read More]

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Statewide Radio System

March 26, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions MAJ Diane Stackhouse, Director, Bureau of Communications & Information Services, PA State Police, during a joint hearing of the Senate Communications & Technology Committee, the Senate Law & Justice Committee, and the Senate Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee on the statewide radio system.     [Read More]

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State Senate Approves Bipartisan Crime Victims Package

March 21, 2018
The State Senate today approved a package of bills strengthening protections for victims of crime and ensuring that victims and their families are treated with respect and dignity by the criminal justice system.     [Read More]

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Bicentennial Anniversary of Frederick Douglass’ Birth

March 20, 2018
Senator Scott Martin offers a resolution recognizing the bicentennial birth anniversary of Frederick Douglass.     [Read More]

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Q&A with Nominees

March 20, 2018
Senator Scott Martin talks with the nominees during a Senate Health & Human Services Committee meeting to consider the nominations and confirmations of Department of Drug & Alcohol Programs Acting Secretary Jennifer Smith, Department of Health Acting Secretary Rachel Levine, and Department of Human Services Acting Secretary Teresa Miller.     [Read More]

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Senator Scott Martin talks with Karen Gaffney, world-renowned champion for disability rights and Ben Moser and Mary Lapkowicz about Down Syndrome Rights in Pennsylvania.

March 12, 2018
Senator Scott Martin talks with Karen Gaffney, world-renowned champion for disability rights and Ben Moser and Mary Lapkowicz about Down Syndrome Rights in Pennsylvania.     [Read More]

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Senator Martin and Karen Gaffney’s remarks at “Down Syndrome is a Life Worth Living” rally in Main Rotunda, PA State Capitol

March 12, 2018
Senator Scott Martin joins world-renowned champion for disability rights Karen Gaffney at the "Down Syndrome is a Life Worth Living" Rally today at the State Capitol in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The Down Syndrome Protection Act would help protect individuals given a prenatal diagnosis of Down Syndrome.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Education

March 06, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions Secretary Pedro Rivera during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Department of Education.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Education

March 06, 2018
Senator Martin provides remarks to Secretary Rivera during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Department of Education.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: DCED

March 05, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions Secretary Dennis Davin during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Department of Community & Economic Development.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: LCB

March 01, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions LCB officials during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Corrections/Probation & Parole

March 01, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions Secretary of Corrections John Wetzel and Chairman Leo Dunn during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Department of Corrections and the Board of Probation & Parole.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Agriculture

February 28, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions Secretary Russell Redding during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Department of Agriculture.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Military & Veterans Affairs

February 28, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions Adjutant General MG Anthony Carelli during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Department of Military & Veterans Affairs.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Judiciary

February 27, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions members of the Judicial branch during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Judiciary.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: State-Related Universities

February 27, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions officials during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the State-Related Universities.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Transportation

February 26, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions Secretary Leslie Richards during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Department of Transportation.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: General Services

February 26, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions Secretary Curt Topper during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Department of General Services.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Labor & Industry

February 26, 2018
Senator Scott Martin questions Secretary W. Gerard Oleksiak during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Department of Labor and Industry.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Attorney General

February 21, 2018
Senator Martin provides comments during Senate budget hearing with the Office of the PA Attorney General.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Auditor General

February 21, 2018
Senator Martin offers remarks about the PA Radio System during the 2018 Senate budget hearing with the PA Department of the Auditor General.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearing Q&A: Department of State

February 21, 2018
Senator Martin offers comments during 2018 Senate budget hearings with the PA Department of State.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearings – Independent Fiscal Office

February 20, 2018
Senator Martin offers comments during 2018 Budget Hearings with the Independent Fiscal Office.     [Read More]

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Budget Hearings – Treasury

February 20, 2018
Senator Martin offers comments during 2018 Budget Hearings with the Department of Treasury.     [Read More]

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Senator Martin Responds To Governor Wolf’s Budget Plan

February 06, 2018
Senator Scott Martin (R-13) raised concerns about the growth in state spending and the new taxes proposed by Governor Wolf today during his annual budget address.     [Read More]

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OpEd: Down Syndrome Should Not Be a Death Sentence

February 06, 2018
OpEd: Down Syndrome Should Not Be a Death Sentence     [Read More]

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Senator Martin introduces his student shadow, Jordyn Ney, a junior at Lancaster Catholic High School

January 22, 2018
Senator Martin introduces his student shadow, Jordyn Ney, a junior at Lancaster Catholic High School     [Read More]

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Nomination of Senator Joe Scarnati for Senate President Pro Tempore

January 02, 2018
Senator Scott Martin seconds the nomination of Senator Joe Scarnati to continue to serve as Senate President Pro Tempore, the third-highest ranking elected official in the Commonwealth.     [Read More]