Meet Rep. Jonathan Fritz

State Rep. Jonathan Fritz represents the 111th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Wayne and Susquehanna counties.

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My staff will be happy to help you with state-related issues. A few services offered include car registrations; driver’s license renewal and special tags; property tax/rent rebate applications; birth certificate and death record applications; and much more.

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Weigh in on Proposed Frontier Commonwealth Settlement

The state’s Office of Consumer Advocate (OCA) and Office of Small Business Advocate (OSBA), along with Frontier Commonwealth, filed a proposed settlement agreement with the Public Utility Commission (PUC) in the case against the telecommunications company. Read more about the agreement and how to comment by clicking the button below.

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The 111th Legislative District is comprised of all of SUSQUEHANNA County and Part of WAYNE County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Berlin, Buckingham, Canaan, Clinton, Damascus, Dyberry, Lebanon, Manchester, Mount Pleasant, Oregon, Preston, Scott and Texas and the BOROUGHS of Bethany, Honesdale, Prompton, Starrucca and Waymart.

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One out of ten Pennsylvania residents has unclaimed property waiting for them. Search the PA Treasury's unclaimed property database here.

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Latest News

Fritz Praises Auditor General for Opening Audit on Pharmacy Benefit Managers

Oct. 12, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Jonathan Fritz (R-Susquehanna/Wayne) today praised Auditor General Timothy L. DeFoor’s announcement that his office will conduct a performance audit of state contracts and oversight of Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) used by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services’ (DHS) HealthChoices Medicaid Program.

Lawmakers Seek to Hold Telecommunications Utilities Accountable

Aug. 22, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – A group of state House lawmakers representing primarily rural areas of the Commonwealth has introduced a package of six bills aimed at holding telecommunications companies accountable to their customers. Some of the measures come in response to a series of public input hearings hosted by the Public Utility Commission (PUC) in Tioga, Bradford and Wyoming counties.

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