News Releases

Mar

28

2020

March 28, 2020

In this issue: Coronavirus Response Bills Signed Into Law Governor Wolf’s “Stay-At-Home” Order Expanded to 12 More Counties List of Life-Sustaining Businesses Updated; Up to 10,000 Businesses Submit Waiver Requests License Renewal Deadlines Extended for Nurses and Other Professionals DHS Assists Essential Workers in Finding Child Care Providers Allowing Construction Activities to Resume Safe Operations […]   [Read More]

Mar

27

2020

March 27, 2020

In this Issue: Department of Labor and Industry Offers Info on New Paid Family and Medical Leave Requirements Reminder: Resources Available for Employees Impacted by COVID-19 Mitigation Food Services Available for Families Affected by Public Health Emergency PA’s REAL ID Enforcement Date Delayed Until October 2021 New Web Portal Will Help Medical Supplies Get to […]   [Read More]

Mar

26

2020

March 26, 2020

In this Update: Senate Approves COVID-19 Response Measures Applications Now Being Accepted for New Small Business Low-Interest Loan Program 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 Letters Regarding Construction as an Essential Business […]   [Read More]

Mar

25

2020

March 25, 2020

Small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency can apply now for low-interest state loans, according to Senator David J. Arnold (R-48).   [Read More]

Mar

24

2020

March 24, 2020

In this Update: School Closures Extended Through at Least April 6; Students Could Return April 9 PIDA Approves Low-Interest Loan Program to Help Small Businesses Governor Issues Stay-at-Home Order in Seven PA Counties Free Webinar Offered for SBA Disaster Loans School Closures Extended Through at Least April 6; Students Could Return April 9 The Department […]   [Read More]

Mar

21

2020

March 21, 2020

Senator David J. Arnold is reminding older Pennsylvanians and their caretakers that a number of steps have been taken this week to protect seniors during statewide efforts to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.   [Read More]