Back in session

Back in session

from Rep. Kristine Howard (D-167), 9/19/19 After a nearly 10-week summer break, our legislature went back in session this week and yours truly returned to Harrisburg. I would like to say we went back to work, but unfortunately, from my perspective, that would be...
A Labor Day Reflection

A Labor Day Reflection

by Rep. Kristine Howard (D-167) I am a union member. My father was a union member. Three of my children are union members. I work, and my father worked, in a public sector union job, my father as a probation officer in Camden, New Jersey, and me as a child abuse...
Seize the day on gun reforms

Seize the day on gun reforms

by Rep. Kristine Howard (D-167), 8/8/19 I have thought for many days about what to say about the latest incidents of mass shootings. I have expressed my sadness in a previous social media post about a prior incident. Saying the same thing again seemed as pointless as...
Why I Voted NO on the Budget

Why I Voted NO on the Budget

by Rep. Kristine Howard (D-167), 6/28/19 [see also Rep. Carolyn Comitta’s reasons for voting against the budget bill here]. Yesterday, I voted against the House version of the 2019-20 state budget, forced on us by an uncompromising Republican House majority...
Pennsylvania House, District 167: Kristine Howard

Pennsylvania House, District 167: Kristine Howard

Kristine Howard is a mother and Rutgers Law School grad currently working in child protective services. She seeks to improve state programs for education, healthcare and career opportunities for all, including two-income families and single women. She has recently been endorsed by President Barack Obama.

 

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