Meet Rep. Kathy Rapp

PA State Rep. Kathy Rapp represents the 65th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving Forest and Warren and parts of Crawford counties.

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The 65th Legislative District includes part of CRAWFORD County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Athens, Bloomfield, Cambridge, Cussewago, Richmond, Rockdale, Sparta, Venango and Woodcock and the BOROUGHS of Blooming Valley, Cambridge Springs, Centerville, Saegertown, Spartansburg, Venango and Woodcock; All of FOREST County and All of WARREN County.

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Bill with Rapp Amendment Improving Lab Oversight for Medical Marijuana Passes House

May. 22, 2024 /

HARRISBURG — Rep. Kathy L. Rapp (R-Warren/Crawford/Forest), Republican chair of the House Health Committee, announced the bill improving lab oversight for medical marijuana, which includes her amendment, passed the House by a 196-6 vote. Rapp’s amendment furthered the oversight of labs in several ways, including requiring them to establish annual inspections and submit proposed modifications to standard operating procedures within 30 days; clarifying violations are subject to civil penalties; and allowing the Department of Health to revoke or suspend licenses.

Rapp Amendment Restores Common Sense to Doula Bill

May. 08, 2024 /

HARRISBURG — Rep. Kathy L. Rapp (R-Warren/Crawford/Forest), Republican chair of the House Health Committee, announced a bill she amended that would extend Medicaid coverage to doula services was unanimously approved by the House. Rapp’s amendment removed the term “pregnant individual” and replaced it with the word “mother,” reversing a change made in a prior amendment.

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