Senate Majority Policy Committee Hearing About Innovation in Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG – The Senate Majority Policy Committee will be holding a public hearing about innovation and emerging technology in Pennsylvania on Thursday, April 11, at the Montgomery County Community College (Pottstown Campus), Room 202, North Hall Building, Pottstown, PA 19464, according to Sen. Dan Laughlin (R-49), chair of the committee. 

The committee will hear from various technology experts and industry leaders regarding the significant innovation assets opportunity in Pennsylvania and examine how innovation industries are vitally important to regional and statewide economies.

For those attending the hearing, parking is available in Lot 2, accessed via College Drive.

Last September, the committee met in Pittsburgh for a similar hearing which identified the substantial role innovative life science and technological companies play in Pennsylvania’s economy. At that time, the testimony suggested public funding and lower taxes as ways to support the continued growth of these companies.

The April 11 hearing will be livestreamed here.

CONTACT:    Sheila Fitzgerald Sterrett        814-449-7502

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