Maloney Comments on Senate Bill 431
Oct. 26, 2022 / Embed
New Doe Tag Law Rammed Through Legislature; Process Ignored, Problems Will Follow, Maloney Says.
Rep. Maloney's PA Game Commission-Hunting Safety PSA
Oct. 11, 2022 / Embed
Rep. Maloney reviews hunter safety tips and a relatively new law permitting public schools to be used as venues for hunter education courses.
National Safe Boating Week
May. 19, 2022 / Embed
Rep. Maloney Comments on National Safe Boating Week.
Great American Outdoor Show 2022
Feb. 18, 2022 / Embed
Representative Dave Maloney visits the Great American Outdoor Show. Speaking with Tim Schaeffer of the PFBC, the two discuss boating safety while on Pennsylvania waters.
Rep. Maloney's Floor Comments on SB248.
Nov. 12, 2021 / Embed
Legislation offered by Dave Maloney dedicating Sept. 27 of each year as First Responders Day in Pennsylvania has been approved by the General Assembly and is now before the governor for his signature into law.
Maloney Comments of HB 141
May. 26, 2021 / Embed
Representative David Maloney advocates for passage of his Family Heritage Open Space Protection Act.
Fighting to pass the Family Heritage Open Space Protection Act
May. 25, 2021 / Embed
Representative David Maloney is reintroducing legislation which will mandate that all local zoning ordinances contain a non-building waiver provision.
Free The Lemonade Stands
Apr. 19, 2021 / Embed
Representative Dave Maloney advocates for HB 664, legislation that would allow a business, exclusively owned by one or more minors receiving not more than $10,000 in net proceeds per year, operating on an occasional basis from being required to obtain a license from the municipality or HOA that it operates out of.
Rep. Maloney Takes part in Trout Stocking
Mar. 30, 2021 / Embed
Rep. Dave Maloney takes part in Trout Stocking with his family in preparation for Opening Day on Saturday April 3rd.
Preventing Bicycling Deaths and Injuries
Mar. 17, 2021 / Embed
Representative Dave Maloney speaks of HB 140, a bill that requires vehicles parking along a curbside bike lane must park parallel with their right-hand or left-hand wheels within 12 inches of the outside line of the buffer area between the bike lane and parking in the direction of traffic flow.