Norwin Public Library: No 63.64%
To Defund: Yes 36.36%
Southwest Greensburg Library: 53.80%
To Defund: 48.20%
President Biden Signs the CHIPS and Science Act
The CHIPS Act aims to make the U.S. less dependent on semiconductor chips made in China and Taiwan. This bill will unlock hundreds of billions more in private sector semiconductor investment across the country, including production essential to national defense and critical sectors. This law will also ensure The United States maintains and advances its scientific and technological edge. This bill was passed with bipartisan support.
Inflation Reduction Act of 2022
This Bill aims to curb inflation by reducing the deficit, lowering prescription drug prices, and invests in domestic energy production while promoting clean energy solutions.
For more details on this bill Click Here
To Learn more About the Capitol Assault Hearings
Letter of the Week
Republicans Assault On Democracy Continues
The other day I was watching footage of 1/6. The crowd was chanting U.S.A., U.S.A., leading one to believe they thought of themselves as patriots. However, what these supposed patriots were doing was violently and destructively trying to bring down our democracy, our government. Because they could not admit defeat, the Republicans and Donald Trump sought to nullify our votes and proclaim themselves the victors. 147 Republicans voted to overturn President Biden's election even after the riot. 8 of 9 Pennsylvania Representatives, John Joyce, Fred Keller, Mike Kelly, Daniel Meuser, Scott Perry, Guy Reschenthaler, Loyd Smucker, and Glenn Thompson voted for one party rule, voted for autocracy. They sought to illegitimately overturn our votes.
Even today, 345 current Republican candidates, 37 in Pennsylvania alone, are perpetuating the Big Lie. 60% of Americans have an election denier on the ballot. The radical far-right coalition seeks to put election deniers in charge of elections. If deniers succeed in controlling future elections they will interfere with non-partisan election administration and put our free, fair and secure elections at risk. Vote as if our democracy is on the ballot, because it is.
Community Meetings and Events
Region 6 Norwin/PT Democrats
Our next meeting will be in January.
Irwin Borough Meeting
November 1, 6pm-7pm
Council Chamber 1 First Street, Irwin
November 9, 6pm-7pm
North Irwin Borough Meeting
November 1, 6pm-7pm
21 Second Street, North Irwin
***Manor Borough Council***
Manor Borough Council Meeting
November 16th, 7pm
Manor Borough Community Room
Norwin School Board Meeting
Work Session with Action
November 7, 7PM
November 14, 7pm
Norwin Middle School Cafeteria
10870 Mockingbird Drive,
For more information & to sign up to speak click on the link below:
Penn Township Commissioners Meeting
Wednesday, November 9, 7PM
Wednesday, November 16th, 7PM
Penn Township Municipal Building
2001 Municipal Court
Trafford Borough Council Meeting
November 1, 7PM
414 Brinton Avenue, Trafford
NHT Commissioners Meeting
Thursday, November 10, 7PM
Wednesday, November 16, 7PM
Westmoreland County Commissioners
Tuesday, November 15, 10AM
Commissioners' Public Meeting
Thursday, November 17, 10AM
Commissioners' Public Meeting Room
2 North Main Street, Greensburg, PA
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