Meet Rep. Barb Gleim

State Rep. Barb Gleim represents the 199th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Cumberland County.

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The 199th Legislative District consists of part of CUMBERLAND County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Hopewell, Lower Frankford, Lower Mifflin, Middlesex, North Middleton, North Newton, South Middleton (PART, Precincts 03, 04 and 05), Upper Frankford, Upper Mifflin and West Pennsboro and the BOROUGHS of Carlisle, Newburg and Newville.

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Lawmakers Demand ID Verification and Proper Handling of Absentee, Mail-in Ballots

Oct. 25, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – With Election Day looming, Reps. Frank Ryan (R-Lebanon) and Dawn Keefer (R-York/Cumberland) were joined by more than a dozen of their House colleagues in sending a letter to acting Secretary of State Leigh Chapman today, insisting that she immediately issue a directive to county election officials on the proper handling of absentee and mail-in ballots.

Gleim Signs Letter Urging U.S. Department of Education to Reverse Plan to Allow Biological Males to Compete in Women’s Sports

Sep. 12, 2022 /

HARRISBURG—Continuing to uphold her promise to fight for the rights of women athletes, Rep. Barb Gleim (R-Cumberland) signed onto a letter with 61 of her colleagues to the United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights urging the office to reverse its proposal to amend Title IX, which protects women’s sports from discrimination. The expansion of Title IX would remove the binary language under existing law and add sexual orientation and gender identity.

Gleim Legislation Aims to Update Water Quality Data, Save Taxpayer Dollars, Highlight Improved Waterways

Sep. 12, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – Protecting Pennsylvania’s environment through clean waterways is essential, which is why the federal Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) program was initially established nearly 20 years ago. It set out to address water resources in watersheds throughout the nation that do not go through a treatment system and have higher than acceptable pollutant levels.

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