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6 Chesapeake Street
Suite 200
Lyndora, PA 16045
Tel:  724-283-5852
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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110 Ryan Office Bldg.
PO Box 202011
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2011
Tel: 717-787-7686
Fax: 717-782-2907
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Latest News
09/21/2018
WHAT: House Commerce Committee Chairman Brian Ellis (R-Butler) announced a voting meeting will be held for the consideration of the following consumer protection bills.
08/14/2018
LYNDORA – Rep. Brian Ellis (R-Butler) invites residents from the 11th District to his 13th Annual Community Night on Thursday, Aug. 23, from 5-9 p.m., at the Butler Farm Show Grounds.
06/05/2018
WHAT: House Commerce Committee Chairman Brian Ellis (R-Butler) announced a voting meeting to consider House Bill 2453, his bill to amend the Check Casher Licensing Act to make updated changes, including license renewal, check cashing terms and penalties. The committee will also consider House Bill 1360, sponsored by Rep. Marguerite Quinn (R-Bucks), which seeks to ensure that funds donated to charitable organizations reach their intended recipient.
06/01/2018
LYNDORA – Area veterans are invited to schedule an appointment for veterans’ assistance hours at Rep. Brian Ellis’ (R-Butler) district office in Lyndora on Friday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This outreach takes place on the second Friday of each month at Ellis’ district office, located at 6 Chesapeake St., Suite 200, in Lyndora.
04/17/2018
WHAT: House Commerce Committee Chairman Brian Ellis (R-Butler) announced the committee will hold a public hearing about Senate Bill 234, which would establish the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Program. PACE is a financing mechanism that enables low-cost, long-term funding for energy efficiency, renewable energy and water conservation upgrades to commercial or industrial properties. Currently, 33 states plus the District of Columbia authorize PACE financing for clean energy and energy efficiency projects.
03/13/2018
HARRISBURG – A bipartisan pair of bills to help Pennsylvania consumers affected by data breaches was approved by the state House on Tuesday. These bills are sponsored by Commerce Committee Chairman Brian Ellis (R-Butler) and Rep. Mike Driscoll (D-Philadelphia).
02/12/2018
LYNDORA – Rep. Brian Ellis (R-Butler) invites residents of the 11th District to his upcoming “Eggs and Issues” town hall meetings happening throughout the month of March.
02/06/2018
HARRISBURG – House Commerce Committee Chairman Brian Ellis (R-Butler) said today that growing the state’s economy will remain a top priority for him throughout the 2018-19 budget cycle. This statement was made following the governor’s budget address on Tuesday before a joint session of the General Assembly:
12/04/2017
WHAT: House Commerce Committee Chairman Brian Ellis (R-Butler) announced a voting meeting to consider the following bills: Senate Bill 629, sponsored by Sen. Guy Reschenthaler (R-37), which addresses fraudulent transfers; and Senate Bill 751, sponsored by Sen. Don White (R-41), which provides for the licensure and regulation of mortgage servicers.
11/29/2017
LYNDORA – Area veterans are invited to schedule an appointment for veterans’ assistance hours at Rep. Brian Ellis’ (R-Butler) district office in Lyndora on Friday, Dec. 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This outreach takes place on the second Friday of each month at Ellis’ district office, located at 6 Chesapeake St., Suite 200, in Lyndora.
10/19/2017
LYNDORA – In an effort to provide residents of the 11th District with information about Pennsylvania’s concealed carry laws and the Castle Doctrine, Rep. Brian Ellis (R-Butler) is hosting a Concealed Carry Seminar on Thursday, Oct. 26, at 6 p.m., at the Lyndora American Legion Post 778, located at 150 Legion Memorial Drive, in Butler.
10/18/2017
LYNDORA – Area veterans are invited to attend veterans’ assistance hours at Rep. Brian Ellis’ (R-Butler) district office in Lyndora on Wednesday, Nov. 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This outreach typically takes place on the second Friday of each month at Ellis’ district office, located at 6 Chesapeake St., Suite 200, in Lyndora. Due to the second Friday in November being Veterans Day, the outreach will be held on the second Wednesday for November only.
10/16/2017
HARRISBURG – A bipartisan pair of bills to help Pennsylvania consumers affected by data breaches has advanced out of the House Commerce Committee to the full House of Representatives. The bills are sponsored by Commerce Committee Chairman Brian Ellis (R-Butler) and Rep. Mike Driscoll (D-Philadelphia).
10/16/2017
WHAT: House Commerce Committee Chairman Brian Ellis (R-Butler) announced a voting meeting to consider two consumer protection measures, House Bill 1846, sponsored by Ellis, which would update the Breach of Personal Information Notification Act, and House Bill 1847, sponsored by Rep. Mike Driscoll (D-Philadelphia), which would update the Credit Report Agency Act. The committee will also consider Rep. Jim Christiana’s (R-Beaver/Washington) House Bill 1562, which would update the PennWATCH Act to establish an advisory committee, transfer management to the Independent Fiscal Office and expand the data available online.
10/13/2017
WHAT: House Commerce Committee Chairman Brian Ellis (R-Butler) announced a voting meeting to consider two consumer protection measures, House Bill 1846, sponsored by Ellis, which would update the Breach of Personal Information Notification Act, and House Bill 1847, sponsored by Rep. Mike Driscoll (D-Philadelphia), which would update the Credit Report Agency Act. The committee will also consider Rep. Jim Christiana’s (R-Beaver/Washington) House Bill 1562, which would update the PennWATCH Act to establish an advisory committee, transfer management to the Independent Fiscal Office and expand the data available online.