• Public Safety Awareness Day Scheduled for October 7th

    Join State Senator Vincent Hughes, Parkside Association of Philadelphia, Inc. & Councilman Curtis Jones Jr. for a Public Safety Awareness Day. The event will be held on Saturday, October 7 from 11:00 am - 3:00 pm at the Parkwest Town Center.

    Come out and enjoy free music, kid zone activities, health screenings and more! Bring the whole family!

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  • Hughes to Host a Neighborhood Fall Festival

    State Senator Vincent Hughes, Sheryl Lee Ralph Hughes, The City Ave Special Services District, and the Senator Hughes Team invite you to our Neighborhood Fall Festival. The event will be held on Saturday, October 14 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm at the High School of the Future.

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  • Hughes Introduces ‘It’s on Us PA’ Bill Expanding Office of Safe Schools to Include Colleges

    HARRISBURG, September 6, 2017 — As part of ongoing efforts to prevent sexual violence on college campuses, state Sen. Vincent Hughes has introduced legislation that would expand Pennsylvania's Office of Safe Schools to cover postsecondary institutions.

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  • Senate Democrats Hail Gov. Wolf’s Call for Testing of Young Children

    Senate Democrats have been in the forefront of efforts to address exposure to lead

    Harrisburg – Sept. 1, 2017 – State Sen. Vincent J. Hughes and Senate Democrats applauded Gov. Tom Wolf’s support of universal testing of children under the age of 2 to determine their risk of lead poisoning. 

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  • Sen. Hughes Comments on Senate Passage of State Budget Revenue Package

    “This revenue package, though imperfect, represents a bipartisan compromise among four of the five key players in budget negotiations — the Senate Democrats and Republicans, House Democrats and the governor,” said Hughes, the Democratic chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee.

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  • Lawmakers Highlight Need to End Budget Impasse, Fund State-Related Universities

    PHILADELPHIA, July 20, 2017  — As Pennsylvania prepares to enter a fourth week without a state budget revenue package, a budget bill that funds the five state-related universities has become embroiled in the state budget funding standoff.

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  • Employment Opportunities

    Visit my Employment Opportunities page to find current resources to utilize during your job search, including helpful employment opportunity websites and local job fairs and job alerts. Please contact me if you have any questions or if you are an organization or employer that would like to post a job fair or employment opportunity for constituents.

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