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Rep. Brian Smith represents the 66th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving all of Jefferson County and parts of Indiana County.

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The 66th Legislative District serves part of INDIANA County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Banks, Canoe, East Mahoning, Grant, Green, Montgomery, North Mahoning, Rayne, South Mahoning and West Mahoning and the BOROUGHS of Cherry Tree, Ernest, Glen Campbell, Marion Center, Plumville and Smicksburg and All of JEFFERSON County.

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Transportation Committee Advances Smith Legislation Allowing the Use of Safety Cables When Towing Vehicles

May. 22, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – State Rep. Brian Smith (R-Jefferson/Indiana) today announced that the House Transportation Committee has approved his legislation to expand safety options for towing. House Bill 497 would allow the use of safety cables when towing vehicles. When two vehicles are connected by certain hitches or devices, current law requires safety chains to be equipped in order to prevent the tow bar from hitting the ground should the tow bar fail or become disconnected.

Smith Vehemently Opposes Discriminatory Legislation

May. 02, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – State Rep. Brian Smith (R-Jefferson/Indiana) cast a no vote for House Bill 300, legislation Democrats have dubbed the “Fairness Act.” He issued this statement following the vote:

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