BUTLER - Marking Autism Awareness Month held during April, Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) sponsored a poster coloring contest across the 11th Legislative District as a vehicle for students to become better informed about and able to access the resources available to help children with autism.
BUTLER – Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) today advocated for students and schools in Butler County to participate in her poster coloring contest in honor of Autism Awareness Month in April.
BUTLER – Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) will be teaming up with the Butler County Chamber of Commerce to host a free Identity Theft Seminar on Tuesday, March 8.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) today joined her colleagues in a joint session of the General Assembly as Gov. Tom Wolf presented his $43.7 billion budget plan, which is the largest spending plan in Pennsylvania history. Mustello released the following statement on the governor’s proposal:
HARRISBURG – Legislation authored by Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler), which would allow local school districts to change their names, unanimously passed the House today.
HARRISBURG – Legislation sponsored by Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) to establish that probate assets are to be considered for limitation purposes when filing a small estate petition unanimously passed the House of Representatives today.
HARRISBURG – In an effort to improve safety and accessibility, Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) announced today that the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) awarded approximately $1.4 million for the construction of two intersections in Butler Township.
WHAT: Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) will be hosting a luncheon for Butler County Veterans. This event is a celebration of patriotism, heroism and sacrifice for veterans of the 11th Legislative District. More than 200 veterans are expected to attend the event.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) today announced that a school district located in Butler County will receive a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture that will help to strengthen childhood nutrition and agricultural education.
BUTLER - Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler), along with the Butler Area School District, will host a Cyber Bullying Seminar on Thursday, Nov. 4, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Butler Senior High School Auditorium, 120 Campus Lane, Butler.
LYNDORA - Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) today announced that she will be hosting a luncheon for Butler County Veterans on Wednesday, Nov. 3, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Lyndora American Legion Post 778, 150 Legion Memorial Lane in Butler.
HARRISBURG – Citing an increase in the number of inquiries to her district office in Butler from residents who may have been scammed out of their unemployment compensation (UC) benefits, Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) offers advice on how to report unemployment benefit fraud.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) issued the following statement in response to the House approving a state budget for Fiscal Year 2021-22 that supports core government services:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) voted in favor of legislation to transform and improve Pennsylvania’s election process to restore the integrity and trust for all elections. The bill today passed the House of Representatives.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) today announced that the city of Butler was awarded a $102,000 Blight Remediation Grant to demolish the Memorial Park Pool and Bathhouse.
HARRISBURG – Legislation sponsored by Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) that would strengthen the ability of police and prosecutors to combat sexual violence and human trafficking throughout Pennsylvania passed the House today.
BUTLER – Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) today announced the awarding of funding to Butler City that will help support rehabilitation and development improvements. The funding was approved by the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) at a meeting in Harrisburg.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) today applauded House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rob Kauffman (R-Franklin) and members of the committee for overwhelmingly passing her legislation that would strengthen current law by adding certain prohibited activities which constitute the crime of unlawful contact with a minor.
More than one year ago Gov. Tom Wolf took drastic measures to close down the state in response to the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. At the time, we were told to prepare for a brief, two-week shutdown, to ensure our health care infrastructure could sustain the expected hit. Two-weeks to flatten the curve turned into more than 52 weeks of arbitrary shutdowns and inconsistent leadership.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Marci Mustello (R-Butler) today issued the following statement in response to Gov. Tom Wolf’s announcement he will lift some targeted restrictions on restaurants and other businesses, as well as increase gathering limits.