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West Grove, PA 19390
211 Ryan Office Building
PO Box 202013
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2013
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As your representative, I am very interested in your thoughts and opinions on issues facing Pennsylvania. I would sincerely appreciate your feedback on the following topics which are likely to come before the Legislature in the days ahead. Please complete the survey below. Thank you.
1. Legislation recently passed by the state Senate, and likely to be considered by the House, would require all applicants for public assistance to provide evidence of U.S. citizenship. Do you support this proposal? *
YES, I support this proposal.
NO, I do not support this proposal.
2. Opioid overdoses are at an all-time high. Easy availability of powerful prescription opioids is often cited as a gateway to heroin addiction and abuse. While recognizing that there is no single solution to address the opioid epidemic, would you support legal restrictions placing limits on medical professionals’ ability to prescribe opioids? *
YES, THERE SHOULD BE LIMITS WHEN PRESCRIBING OPIOIDS.
NO, THE STATE SHOULD NOT RESTRICT MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS IN THIS MATTER.
3. Under current state law, hunters apply for most hunting licenses through the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s automated licensing system. However, in a holdover originating decades ago, antlerless deer licenses (doe tags)are issued through the offices of county treasurers. Do you support a change in the law so that, going forward, doe tags are issued through the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s automated system? *
YES, I SUPPORT CHANGING THE LAW TO ISSUE ANTERLESS DEER TAGS THROUGH THE PA GAME COMMISSION.
NO, I SUPPORT KEEPING THE CURRENT SYSTEM WHERE COUNTY TREASURERS ISSUE ANTERLESS DEER TAGS.
4. Pennsylvania is one of the one of only 10 states that allows “straight-ticket” voting in general elections. This option gives voters the ability to vote for all of a single party’s candidates on the ballot by filling in one oval, or pulling one lever. In recent years, some have proposed an end to this practice. Do you support a change in state election law to end “straight-ticket” voting? *
YES, THE STATE SHOULD ABOLISH THE ABILITY TO VOTE A STRAIGHT TICKET.
NO, THE STATE SHOULD KEEP THE ABILITY TO VOTE A STRAIGHT TICKET.
Please use this space to share any concerns on other issues.
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