Rep. Topper's interview on Appropriations Hearings.

Feb. 20, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Jesse Topper gives an overview of the week's Appropriations Budget hearings.

2020-21 Budget Hearings: Topper Questions Dept. of Corrections

Feb. 20, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Jesse Topper spoke with members of the Pa. Department of Corrections during the House Appropriations budget hearings.

2020-21 Budget Hearings: Topper Questions Pa. State Police

Feb. 20, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Jesse Topper spoke at an Appropriations Committee hearing with members of the Pa. State Police.

2020-21 Budget Hearings: Topper Questions Dept. of Labor and Industry

Feb. 19, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Jesse Topper spoke at an Appropriations Committee hearing with the PA Department of Labor and Industry.

2020-21 Budget Hearings: Topper Questions Dept. of State

Feb. 19, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Jesse Topper spoke at an Appropriations Committee hearing with the PA Department of State.

2020-21 Budget Hearings: Topper Questions Dept. of Military and Veterans

Feb. 19, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Jesse Topper spoke at an Appropriations Committee hearing with the PA Department of Military and Veterans.

Rep. Topper's Dept. of Revenue Comments

Feb. 18, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Jesse Topper spoke at a Appropriations Committee hearing with the PA Department of Revenue concerning Governor Wolf's budget proposal.

Rep. Topper Interview on Budget Proposal

Feb. 04, 2020 / Embed

PA State Rep. Jesse Topper responds to the 2020-21 Pennsylvania state budget proposal from Gov. Wolf.

Reforming PASSHE Press Conference

Jan. 21, 2020 / Embed

Education Committee Chairman, Rep. Curt Sonney and members Meghan Schroeder and Jesse Topper make comments on a package of bills that will allow the Board of Governors to better manage the original 14 schools as a “public business” and to better keep the system sustainable for today’s world and Pennsylvania’s students.

Rep Topper on Reforming PASSHE

Jan. 21, 2020 / Embed

Education Committee member, Rep. Jesse Topper comments on a package of bills that will allow the Board of Governors to better manage the original 14 schools as a “public business” and to better keep the system sustainable for today’s world and Pennsylvania’s students.