Rep. Bernstine Comments On Taxpayer Funded Lobbyists

State Rep. Aaron Bernstine expresses displeasure over an amendment that supports taxpayer funded lobbyists.

Markie's Law, HB 1855 Passes

State Rep. Aaron Bernstine celebrates the passage of House Bill 1855; a.k.a. Markie's Law. HB 1855 states that the Pennsylvania Parole Board may not release a person convicted of violent crime while incarcerated for at least 24 months.

Bernstine Asks Support For HB 1855

State Rep. Aaron Bernstine urges full support on legislation that amends Title 61, Section 6137 to preclude the parole board from prematurely releasing an inmate at the expiration of his minimum sentence if the inmate was convicted of a violent offense while incarcerated.

Mayor Elect Chris Frye Floor Recognition

State Rep. Aaron Bernstine recognizes Mayor Elect, Chris Frye of New Castle, PA.

Rep. Bernstine Explains House Bill 1855

State Rep. Aaron Bernstine speaks of House Bill 1855 which precludes the parole board from prematurely releasing an inmate at the expiration of his minimum sentence if the inmate was convicted of a violent offense while incarcerated.

Markie Mason's Law

State Rep. Aaron Bernstine describes HB 1855, A.K.A. Markie Mason's Law. The new law will impose additional penalties to violent offenders who are already behind bars.

Rep. Bernstine Honors The Mason Family

State Rep. Aaron Bernstine recognizes the family of Mark Mason, who was brutally murdered in July of 2019.

Dierks Bernstine Visits Harrisburg

Pa State Rep. Aaron Bernstine talks with his son, Dierks, about his visit to the state Capitol in Harrisburg.

Bernstine Clarifies PIAA About Involvement in HB1600

During a June 17, 2019 meeting of the Pennsylvania Athletic Oversight Committee, Rep. Aaron Bernstine, author of House Bill 1600, asks PIAA Executive Director Bob Lombardi to clarify the PIAA’s involvement in the development of his legislation.

Bernstine Unveils Parity in Interscholastic Athletics Act

Rep. Aaron Bernstine, public and nonpublic school leaders joined together to unveil the Parity in the Interscholastic Athletics Act, which would create separate brackets for high school sports playoffs.