COVID-19 Update

The safety, health and well-being of my district office staff and the community we serve are my top priorities. It is our honor and privilege to serve the residents of the 129th Legislative District. As the situation with COVID-19, better known as the coronavirus, continues to unfold, we are making decisions with the dual goals of serving residents without unnecessarily putting them at risk.

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Meet Rep. Jim Cox

State Rep. Jim Cox represents the 129th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Berks and Lancaster Counties.

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The 129th Legislative District consists of part of BERKS County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Heidelberg, Lower Heidelberg, North Heidelberg, South Heidelberg and Spring and the BOROUGHS of Adamstown (Berks County Portion), Robesonia, Sinking Spring and Wernersville and part of LANCASTER County consisting of the TOWNSHIP of East Cocalico and the BOROUGH of Adamstown (Lancaster County Portion).

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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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House Committee Seeking Answers for Pennsylvanians Struggling to Access Unemployment Compensation Benefits

Jul. 13, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – More than one out of every four Pennsylvanians has applied for unemployment compensation benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic, and nearly one out of every 10 eligible applicants still has not received benefits. With so many eligible Pennsylvanians still waiting for relief from a system they paid into for years, House Labor and Industry Committee Chairman Jim Cox (R-Berks/Lancaster) plans to hold a hearing in Harrisburg on Aug. 12 to get some answers.

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