Greiner Bill Would Amend Recently Enacted Pennsylvania Personal Income Tax Withholding Provisions to Aid Businesses

Mar. 20, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Keith Greiner (R-Lancaster) is sponsoring legislation to address certain ambiguities and shortcomings in the recently expanded Pennsylvania Personal Income Tax withholding provisions applicable to nonresident nonemployee compensation and real estate lease payments. House Bill 926, which was introduced this week, would provide businesses with more clarity in meeting their compliance responsibilities, mitigate payor liability for good faith compliance with the withholding provisions, consolidate withholding, remittance and reporting provisions, and repeal certain reporting requirements.

Greiner Reappointed to Key Financial Committees

Jan. 22, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – House leaders have named Rep. Keith Greiner (R-Lancaster) to remain on four key House committees, three of which give him an active role in addressing many of the Commonwealth’s most pressing financial issues.

Greiner Bill Names Lancaster County Bridge for Fallen Serviceman

Oct. 18, 2018 /

HARRISBURG – Legislation sponsored by Rep. Keith Greiner (R-Lancaster) and now on its way to the governor’s desk would designate a bridge over the Conestoga River in West Earl Township in memory of Sgt. Melvin R. Wink of Lancaster County.

Greiner Announces State Grant for Village Park

Dec. 05, 2017 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Keith Greiner (R-Lancaster) announced today that West Lampeter Township has been awarded a $250,000 state grant for rehabilitation and further development of Village Park.

Greiner Lauds Expansion of Lancaster Laboratories, 350 New Jobs

Mar. 02, 2017 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Keith Greiner (R-Lancaster) is pleased to learn that Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories, Inc. – one of Lancaster County’s largest employers – will substantially expand its operation in Upper Leacock Township to create as many as 350 new jobs.

Pa. Legislature must pass animal cruelty bills with teeth

Jan. 18, 2017 /

As the 2017-18 session of the General Assembly began last week with the swearing-in of members of the House of Representatives and Senate, much work needs to be done to address the many pressing needs of the commonwealth. They include property tax reform, pension reform and timely adoption of a fiscally responsible state budget.