News Releases

Mar

29

2020

March 29, 2020

When Governor Tom Wolf ordered the closing of businesses he deemed non-life-sustaining across Pennsylvania, I received an overwhelming amount of calls and emails with questions, concerns, and fears about the impact it would have – not just on businesses, but employees and their families, communities, and the financial future of Pennsylvania.   [Read More]

Mar

26

2020

March 26, 2020

In this Update: Senate Approves COVID-19 Response Measures Three Counties Added to Governor’s Stay-at-Home Order  Retired Healthcare Providers Can Assist in COVID-19 Response Facilities Closed at State Parks and Forests Consumers Can Report Price Gouging Tips Online Additional Rest Stops Reopened By PennDOT Senate Approves COVID-19 Response Measures The Senate and House of Representatives convened […]   [Read More]

Mar

25

2020

March 25, 2020

In this Update: Small Business Loan Process – NOW OPEN Free Webinars for Small Businesses Navigating Impacts of COVID-19 Small Business Loan Process – NOW OPEN As announced last week, $60 million in low-interest loans to Pennsylvania’s small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency is being made available through the Pennsylvania Industrial Development […]   [Read More]

Mar

18

2020

March 18, 2020

New Website Offers Guidance on Responding to Coronavirus Statewide efforts to contain the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus have raised a number of questions and concerns throughout our local communities. A new website has been established to provide guidance for Pennsylvania families, businesses and schools as the situation develops. Information on symptoms and prevention, travel, […]   [Read More]

Mar

18

2020

March 18, 2020

Today the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) took the first step in providing relief to Pennsylvania small businesses impacted by COVID-19 by authorizing the transfer of $40 million to the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA), announced Senator Mike Regan (R-31).   [Read More]

Mar

17

2020

March 17, 2020

Resources and information are available to businesses and employees who have been affected by Governor Wolf’s order yesterday for nonessential businesses to close due to coronavirus concerns, according to Senator Mike Regan.   [Read More]