Mask Mandate Debate At Health Committee

Sep. 14, 2021 / Embed

State Representative Aaron Bernstine gives his thoughts on the Governor's mask mandate and questions if acting Secretary Alison Beam has the authority to create law.

Bernstine Favors Passage of SB 618

Jun. 23, 2021 / Embed

State Rep. Aaron Bernstine argues for legislation that prevents the invocation of vaccine passports throughout Pennsylvania.

On Target with Rep. Matt Dowling and Rep. Aaron Bernstine

May. 10, 2021 / Embed

In this edition of "On Target," PA House Second Amendment Caucus Chairman Matthew Dowling welcomes Rep. Aaron Bernstine (R-Beaver/Butler/Lawrence) for a discussion of his proposed “constitutional carry” bill that would put an end to the requirement for a law-abiding citizen to obtain a permit to carry a concealed firearm within the Commonwealth. A permit would be made available to those who wish to obtain it for purposes of carrying outside the state.

Bernstine Questions During Pro-life/Abortion Hearings

Apr. 21, 2021 / Embed

Representative Aaron Bernstine questions Sarah Gutman as to the procedure used during an abortion.

Rep. Bernstine - Markie's Law Update

Mar. 18, 2021 / Embed

Update on the Markie's Law package with 2021 floor comments from Rep. Bernstine.

Bernstine's Markie's Law Passes House Vote

Mar. 16, 2021 / Embed

During final floor debate, State Representative Aaron Bernstine asks for member support of a bill he sponsored, House Bill 146, i.e., Markie's Law, a bill that would 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

Bernstine Reacts to the Governor’s Budget Proposal

Feb. 04, 2020 / Embed

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

Markie's Law Passes House

Dec. 23, 2019 / Embed

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.

Rep. Bernstine Floor Remarks on House Bill 1855

Dec. 18, 2019 / Embed

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

Dec. 16, 2019 / Embed

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