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State Rep. Sue Helm represents the 104th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Dauphin and Lebanon Counties.

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The 104th Legislative District includes Part of DAUPHIN County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of East Hanover, Halifax, Jackson, Jefferson, Middle Paxton, Reed, Rush, Susquehanna, Swatara, Upper Paxton and Wayne and the BOROUGHS of Dauphin, Halifax, Millersburg and Penbrook and Part of LEBANON County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of East Hanover and North Annville.

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Loan to Help Halifax with Sewer Upgrades, Helm Says

Jan. 20, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority this week approved $17.1 million in funding to help Halifax Area Water and Sewer Authority make upgrades to its sewer system, according to Rep. Sue Helm (R-Dauphin/Lebanon).

Helm, Dauphin County Commissioners Discuss Voting Rights Protection Act

Jun. 29, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Sue Helm (R-Dauphin/Lebanon) today spoke with Dauphin County Commissioners Mike Pries and Chad Saylor to discuss House Bill 1300, known as the Pennsylvania Voting Rights Protection Act, which is currently awaiting the governor’s signature after being passed by the General Assembly last week.

Helm Votes to Keep Taxes Level in 2021-22 Pennsylvania Budget

Jun. 25, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Sue Helm (R-Dauphin/Lebanon) today in Harrisburg voted for Senate Bill 255, the General Appropriations portion of the state budget, which was approved by the House of Representatives. The 2021-22 Pennsylvania budget would spend $39 billion in General Fund dollars, and $1 billion in federal relief funds, to fund the core functions of government services and invest in jobs, infrastructure and education, all while avoiding any new or increased taxes.

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