Rep. Martin Causer Hamilton Maple Products Tour

Jun. 17, 2020 / Embed

Join Rep. Martin Causer for a walk through the maple syrup-making process at Hamilton’s Maple Products in Ulysses, Potter County.

Urging Passage of Conventional Oil & Gas Industry Oversight

May. 27, 2020 / Embed

During debate in the House chamber, PA State Rep. Martin Causer urges passage of legislation to ensure reasonable, responsible oversight of the conventional oil and gas industry that would both protect the environment and ensure the 160-year-old industry can remain a vital source of jobs and energy in the Commonwealth.

Agriculture & Rural Affairs Informational Meeting

May. 27, 2020 / Embed

Informational meeting to discuss agricultural issues during the COVID-19 pandemic

Agriculture & Rural Affairs Call of Chair

May. 04, 2020 / Embed

Voting meeting on HB 2149, HB 2477 and any other business that may come before the committee.

Agriculture & Rural Affairs - Call of Chair

Apr. 27, 2020 / Embed

Voting meeting on HB 1999, HB 2429, HB 2435, HB 2436 and any other business that may come before the committee.

Rep. Causer Makes Update on Legislative Action

Apr. 27, 2020 / Embed

Rep. Causer gives an update from the PA Capitol on steps being taken to safely reopen businesses in Pennsylvania.

2020 Farmer Breakfast

Mar. 16, 2020 / Embed

Reps. Martin Causer and Clint Owlett welcomed more than 120 people to a Farmer Breakfast at Pine Creek Inn in Galeton. The lawmakers and other officials offered an update on initiatives to support the agriculture industry and took questions from the audience.

2020-21 Budget Hearings: Causer Comments At Dept. of Agriculture Hearings

Feb. 26, 2020 / Embed

During the February 26 Appropriations Hearings, State Rep. Martin Causer questions Ag Secretary Russell Redding concerning about how budget money has been spent.

Agriculture & Rural Affairs Committee Meeting

Feb. 26, 2020 / Embed

Public hearing on HB 1983 Horse Racing Sunset.

No More Gun Control

Feb. 05, 2020 / Embed

Rep. Martin Causer responds to Gov. Tom Wolf’s call for more gun control in his budget address before the General Assembly on Feb. 4.