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Represent the 54th Legislative District, which spans portions of Westmoreland and Allegheny counties.

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The 54th Legislative District includes the townships of Fawn, West Deer and part of Harrison in Allegheny County; and also in Westmoreland County, the boroughs of Export, Lower Burrell and Murrysville; along with the townships of Allegheny, Upper Burrell and part of Penn.

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Brooks to Host Shredding Events in Murrysville, Lower Burrell

May. 22, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – As a free service to the community, Rep. Bob Brooks (R-Westmoreland/Allegheny) will host two shredding events in the coming weeks to give residents of the 54th Legislative District a chance to safeguard themselves against identity theft by having their personal documents securely destroyed.

Brooks Named to Committee Leadership Position

Mar. 22, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Bob Brooks (R-Westmoreland/Allegheny) today announced that he has been appointed by Speaker of the House Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny) to serve as chairman of the Subcommittee on Cities – Third Class under the Urban Affairs Committee for the 2019-20 Legislative Session.

Brooks Announces $188,000 in State Funding for Fire and EMS Companies

Mar. 18, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – Sixteen fire and EMS organizations in the 54th Legislative District have been awarded approximately $188,000 in funding through the Pennsylvania Fire Company and Ambulance Service Grant Program, Rep. Bob Brooks (R-Westmoreland/Allegheny) announced today.

Protecting Innocent Human Life Should Extend to the Unborn

Mar. 13, 2019 /

During the 2017-18 Pennsylvania legislative session, Sen. Michele Brooks sponsored Senate Bill 3, which would have lowered the gestational limit for abortions from 24 weeks to 20 weeks. It also would have prohibited dilation and evacuation as a method of terminating a pregnancy except in limited circumstances and required a personal consultation with a physician who performs the abortion. Previously, the act was silent as to the mode of consultation. The legislation passed the General Assembly but sadly was vetoed by Gov. Tom Wolf in December 2017.

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