Lawrence Offers Opening Prayer

Nov. 18, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. John Lawrence (R-13) opens the November 18, 2020 House session day with prayer.

People's Freedom of Religion is Foundational

Sep. 15, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. John Lawrence states United States constitutional history as he argues in favor of House Bill 2530.

Rep. John Lawrence Comments On Chester Water Authority

Sep. 15, 2020 / Embed

Rep. John Lawrence comments on legislation that would enable local voters to decide through a referendum if they want to privatize their local water authority.

Lawrence On Final Passage of HB 2626

Sep. 02, 2020 / Embed

During final floor debate of House Bill 2626, Representative John Lawrence argues for passage of the bill. The bill clears ambiguities for voters.

SEPTA Facing Cost Challenges

Aug. 19, 2020 / Embed

At the August 19, 2020 Transportation Committee meeting, Rep. John Lawrence questions SEPTA General Manager Leslie Richards concerning the current operational costs for the service.

Lawrence Urges Passage of SB 1166

Jul. 14, 2020 / Embed

Rep. John Lawrence discusses his vote to amend the Pennsylvania Constitution to give the people and their representatives in the legislature a voice in extending a state emergency declaration.

Lawrence Comments on RGGI

Jul. 08, 2020 / Embed

During House floor debate of HB 2025, Representative John Lawrence details the Congressional Clean Air Act to his fellow members.

Lawrence On HB 2455

Apr. 27, 2020 / Embed

Representative John Lawrence comments on HB 2455, a bill that will allow any county with a municipal health dept. to move forward with Covid-19 testing.

Lawrence Opens March 24 Session With Prayer

Mar. 24, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. John Lawrence opens the day's session by praying for the country and our leaders, and the difficult decisions that must be made by them due to the Corona Virus.

Lawrence Comments During Office of Budget Hearings

Mar. 05, 2020 / Embed

During the March 5, 2020 Appropriations hearings, State Rep. John Lawrence questions Secretary Jen Swails of Office of Budget concerning the Governor's 200 million dollar transfer from the equine industry.