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May 7, 2024

Senate Republicans Secure Passage of Historic Tax Cuts for Working Families

Working families, job creators and energy consumers in Pennsylvania would see their taxes reduced by approximately $3 billion a year under a bill approved by the Senate today, according to Senate President Pro Tempore Kim Ward (R-39), Senate Majority Leader Joe Pittman (R-41) and Senate Appropriations Committee Chair Scott Martin (R-13).  [Read More]

Senate Education Committee Approves “Grow PA” Package of Bills to Boost College Affordability, Open Quality Career Pathways
April 30, 2024

Senate Education Committee Approves “Grow PA” Package of Bills to Boost College Affordability, Open Quality Career Pathways

The Senate Education Committee approved an innovative package of bills today designed to help more young people in Pennsylvania pursue post-secondary education and career training.  [Read More]

PA Senate Leaders Issue Statement on Biden Administration’s Disastrous New Power Plant Emission Rules
April 26, 2024

PA Senate Leaders Issue Statement on Biden Administration’s Disastrous New Power Plant Emission Rules

Pennsylvania Senate President Pro Tempore Kim Ward (R-39), Senate Majority Leader Joe Pittman (R-41) and Senate Appropriations Committee Chair Scott Martin (R-13) issued the following statement today in reaction to new power plant emission rules imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency that will harm energy consumers and reduce grid reliability:  [Read More]

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April 10, 2024

Republican Lawmakers Introduce “Grow PA” Higher Education Reform Plan to Support More Affordable Learning Opportunities, Pathways to PA Careers

Students in Pennsylvania would have access to more affordable post-secondary education options leading to quality careers in the state under a plan announced today by Senate Appropriations Committee Chair Senator Scott Martin (R-Lancaster), Senate Majority Whip Ryan P. Aument (R-Lancaster), Senate Education Committee Chair David G. Argall (R-Schuylkill) and Senator Tracy Pennycuick (R-Montgomery).  [Read More]

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Office of Senator Scott Martin

Harrisburg Office

Senate Box 203013
Main Capitol 281
Harrisburg, PA 17120-3013
Telephone: (717) 787-6535
Fax: 717-772-5471
TTY: (800) 364-1581
Toll Free: (800) 235-1313

District Office

135 East Main Street, Suite 1-A
Strasburg, PA 17579
Telephone: (717) 397-1309
Fax: 717-299-7798

🎓The only way we can reverse PA’s troubling economic and demographic challenges is by making sure our kids can train for great jobs here in PA. We’re working to make that happen, starting with how we fund higher education.

🎓The only way we can reverse PA’s troubling economic and demographic challenges is by making sure our kids can train for great jobs here in PA. We’re working to make that happen, starting with how we fund higher education. ...

🎓Pennsylvania does NOT rank 49th in support for higher education. Our real ranking is much higher. But we can do even better. 

The Grow PA plan offers a roadmap to keeping more of our young people in the Commonwealth in family-sustaining jobs!

🎓Pennsylvania does NOT rank 49th in support for higher education. Our real ranking is much higher. But we can do even better.

The Grow PA plan offers a roadmap to keeping more of our young people in the Commonwealth in family-sustaining jobs!
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Meet Scott Martin

Scott Martin is a lifelong Lancaster County resident with deep roots in the community. Scott currently serves as part of the Senate Republican Leadership team as Chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, which plays a crucial role in negotiating and developing the state budget. During his three terms in the Senate, he has authored dozens of laws to improve the quality of life for Pennsylvanians. He previously served as Chair of the Senate Education Committee and Senate Local Government Committee.
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