Committee Members

Republicans

Mike Folmer, Chair
Tom Killion, Vice-Chair
Joe Scarnati, ex-officio
Richard Alloway

 
Chuck McIlhinney
Mike Regan
Pat Stefano

Democrats

Anthony Williams, Minority Chair
Andrew Dinniman
Daylin Leach
Judy Schwank

Committee Schedule, Votes and Bills

Meetings and Hearings

Senate State Government Committee - North Office Building, Hearing Room 1 Watch Live   [Read More]

Senate State Government Committee - September 19, 2017   [Read More]

Senate State Government Committee - June 27, 2017   [Read More]

Senate State Government Committee - June 19, 2017   [Read More]

Senate State Government Committee - June 14, 2017   [Read More]

News

May

31

2017

May 31, 2017

Senator Mike Folmer (R – Lebanon, Dauphin and York), as chairman of the Senate State Government Committee, will hold a public hearing on various election topics impacting Pennsylvania.   [Read More]

Feb

19

2015

February 19, 2015

The Senate State Government Committee, chaired by Senator Mike Folmer (R-48) will hold a public hearing on Senate Bill 3, introduced by Folmer and Senator Daylin Leach (D-17) to allow physicians to provide medical cannabis to patients in Pennsylvania.   [Read More]

Feb

04

2015

February 04, 2015

Senator Mike Folmer (R – Lebanon, Dauphin and York) chaired his first Senate State Government Committee meeting today in the Main Capitol.   [Read More]

May

29

2014

May 29, 2014

While recent attention has been focused on the growing possibility of a broad gift ban being enacted, another long-argued reform measure is gaining new legislative life.   [Read More]

May

06

2014

May 06, 2014

Senate State Government Committee Chairs Senators Lloyd Smucker (R-Lancaster) and Matt Smith (D-Allegheny/Washington) today sent a joint letter to Governor Tom Corbett urging him to re-appoint Terry Mutchler to a second six-year term as executive director of the Office of Open Records.   [Read More]

Apr

28

2014

April 28, 2014

The Senate State Government Committee examined proposals today that would prohibit legislators from receiving non-cash gifts from those seeking to influence the legislative process.   [Read More]