Meet Rep. Donna Oberlander

State Rep. Donna Oberlander represents the 63rd Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Armstrong, Clarion, and Forest Counties.

Rep. Oberlander serves as chairman of the House Majority Policy Committee.

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The 63rd Legislative District includes part of ARMSTRONG County consisting of the CITY of Parker City, the TOWNSHIPS of Bradys Bend, Cowanshannock, Hovey, Madison, Mahoning, Perry, Pine, Plumcreek, Redbank, Sugarcreek, Washington, and Wayne, and the BOROUGHS of Atwood, Dayton, Elderton, Rural Valley and South Bethlehem; all of CLARION County; and part of FOREST County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Barnett and Jenks.

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Latest News

Oberlander Bill to Ensure Safety of Donor Breast Milk Heads to Governor

Feb. 04, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – Legislation ensuring that human donor breast milk is held to the highest possible health and safety standards is one step away from being signed into law after clearing both the House and Senate this week, said Rep. Donna Oberlander (R-Clarion/Armstrong/Forest), sponsor of the proposal.

House Republican Leaders Call for Spending Slow Down

Feb. 04, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – House Republican leaders reacted to the governor’s call to increase state spending by $2 billion for fiscal year 2020-21. The governor presented his $36 billion spending proposal today in front of a joint session of the General Assembly.

House GOP Leaders: Don’t Change What Isn’t Broken

Feb. 03, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – House Republican leaders today agreed with some of the findings of the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee’s (LBFC) year-long study into the medical malpractice venue issue but were disappointed that the bipartisan, bicameral committee stopped short in asking for the state’s highest court to abandon its proposal to revoke the current venue rule.

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House Majority Policy Committee

Rep. Donna Oberlander serves as chairman of the House Majority Policy Committee.

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