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Dear Lowman,

Newly elected Republican House Majority Leader Mike Turzai has made some excellent appointments as Committee Chairs. " Policy is Personnel" is a political adage that has substance. The Republicans have a 112 to 91 majority and have a real opportunity to save Pennsylvania from Bankruptcy, grow jobs and raise our standard of living.

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Good Appointment: Tom Creighton

House Majority Leader Mike Turzai has appointed Rep. Tom Creighton

Majority Chair of Local Government Committee.
Local government is closest to us, the most interactive with citizens on everyday issues and its importance is overlooked because issues are not so incendiary. However, local government, municipal and county, open and fiscally responsible, is the foundation of entire government structure and a better Pennsylvania and it is where, frequently, we find our future political leaders. In Lower Merion, for example, like other municipalities, the two major issues are : Spending and Sunshine. I would like to see a state law, mandating:
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Good Appointment: DiGirolamo Out, Ron Miller In

House Majority Leader Mike Turzai's Good Appointment
as Labor Relations Committee Chair

Rep. Ronald Miller (R-York County) introduces himself in this 5 minute interview. The Labor Relations Committee deals with Building Codes, Workers Compensation Insurance, Unemployment Compensation Insurance, Project Labor Agreements and Prevailing Wage on government projects, and Right to Work.

The state's business community lobbied incoming Republican leaders against appointing Rep. Gene DiGirolamo to this position, perhaps because he accepted $3000 in campaign donations from the PSEA; instead, DiGirolamo was appointed to the Human Services Committee. [Rep. Keller is Democratic Chair, the voice of the Philadelphia Unions .]

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Good Appointment: Curt Schroder as Gaming Oversight

House Majority Leader Mike Turzai wisely appointed Rep. Curt Schroder (Chester County) as Chair of House Gaming Oversight Committee.
This presages long-overdue reform on reporting and transparency of the very expensive, $35,800,0001 Gaming Control Board, whose members are paid more than the Legislators themselves.

Rep. Curt Schroder with Tea Party Activist

Tania Ciolko [a.k.a. "Midnight Blue"]

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