State Budget Plan Moving Ahead

Rep. Jim Marshall comments on the 2019-20 Pennsylvania state budget proposal. The budget plan includes no new taxes, historic levels of funding for education, and saves for the future.

Marshall Bill to Reduce Infant Choking Deaths Receives House Approval

In an effort to reduce the number of injuries and deaths of Pennsylvania infants, the House of Representatives Wednesday approved legislation, authored by Rep. Jim Marshall (R-Beaver/Butler), which would increase education about infant CPR to expectant and new mothers.

6-10-19 Gaming Oversight Committee Meeting

State Rep. Jim Marshall chairs a Public hearing on PA Games of Skill Machines and HB 1407.

Celebrating National Charter School Week

Recognizing that "one size does not fit all", Pa. State Rep. Jim Marshall supports those holding a press rally to celebrate the benefits and successes of charter schools.

College Sports Teams And Raffles

Pa. State Rep. Jim Marshall is proposing legislation that would ease restrictions upon college sports teams by allowing certain raffles to take place.

Lincoln Park Boys Basketball Champions Of 2019

Pa. State Rep. Jim Marshall congradulates the 2018-19 Lincoln Park Boys Basketball team for winning this year's state championship.

Workforce and Training

Pa. State Rep. Jim Marshall stresses that career and technical education (CTE) proposals are aimed at establishing partnerships between education and businesses to create youth apprenticeships, career pathways, and rigorous career and technical education opportunities.

Marshall Issues House Resolution 145

Pa. State Rep. Jim Marshall recognizes the 80th anniversary of the Junior Achievement Program in Pennsylvania.

Reaction to Governor’s Budget Address

PA State Rep. Jim Marshall comments after Gov. Wolf’s budget address to the Pennsylvania General Assembly. The budget address is the first step in the process to formulate Pennsylvania’s state budget.

Paula Schadel Retirement Tribute

Pa. State Reps. Jim Marshall and Mike Tobash honor Paula Schadel from the House floor. Schadel spent 36 years of service in the House.