Charting A Better Course For Children

State Rep. Karen Boback presents House Resolution 572 which declares November 23, 2019 as National Adoption Day in Pennsylvania.

First Responders and Our Communities

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives recently passed several bills aimed at addressing the crisis facing police, EMS, and other first responders. Rep. Karen Boback comments on why taking action for our helpers and heroes is so important for our communities.

National Teen Driver Safety Week

Via House Resolution 539, State Rep. Karen Boback thanks her fellow House members for supporting National Teen Driver Safety Week.

Dealing with the Crisis Facing PA’s First Responders

Rep. Karen Boback details important steps that the PA House of Representatives is taking to help recruit, retain, and respect our Helpers and Heroes the first responders who serve Pennsylvania’s communities.

September Is Baby Safety Month

State Rep. Karen Boback recognizes September as Baby Safety Month in Pennsylvania.

Boback Offers Opening Prayer

State Rep. Karen Boback issues the opening prayer for the September 17, 2019 session.

Boback Podium Remarks On Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

State Rep. Karen Boback makes podium comments about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and the dangers women present to their unborn child by drinking alcohol while pregnant.

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Month

State Rep. Karen Boback comments about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and the dangers women present to their unborn child by drinking alcohol while pregnant.

Bringing Awareness To Elder Abuse

Pa. State Rep. Karen Boback presents House Resolution 383, which designates Saturday, June 15th as Elder Abuse Awareness Day in Pennsylvania.

Boback’s Impact Fee Bill

Legislation sponsored by Rep. Karen Boback (R-Luzerne/Lackawanna/Wyoming) that would amend how counties can use funds derived from the impact fee imposed on the Marcellus Shale industry is the subject of an informational meeting conducted by the House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee. House Bill 781 would give county governments the flexibility to use impact fee funds for stormwater management as mandated by the federal Environmental Protection Agency.