State Representatives Urge Audit of Entities Backing PNC Park, Citizens Bank Park

Oct. 28, 2022 / Embed

Reps. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) and Tim Bonner (R-Mercer/Butler) call for an audit and Independent Fiscal Office review of the rental payments being made by the Pittsburgh Pirates and Philadelphia Phillies under an agreement linked to state funding. Additionally, they urged that information be collected about the credits used by the teams to reduce or eliminate their rental payments.

Immigration Crisis

Oct. 26, 2022 / Embed

The crisis at our southern border cannot be ignored. Here are my thoughts on the issue.

House Bill 2293 Explanation

Jul. 06, 2022 / Embed

House Bill 2293 is very complex. Watch this short video for a better understanding.

Bonner's House Bill 2293 passes the House of Representatives

Jul. 01, 2022 / Embed

House Bill 2293 would require Contract Health Care Service Agencies who provide temporary nursing workers in nursing homes, assisted living residences and personal care homes to register with Pennsylvania Department of Health as a condition of their operations in Pennsylvania.

Supporting Bill to Guarantee Access and Trust in PA Elections

Jun. 22, 2021 / Embed

During PA House debate, PA State Rep. Tim Bonner speaks in favor of the Voting Rights Protection Act.

Bonner Comments On Final Debate of House Bill 118

Jun. 09, 2021 / Embed

State Rep. Tim Bonner urges passage of the Unborn Child Dignity Act.

House Bill 605 Remarks

Apr. 06, 2021 / Embed

I am in support of House Bill 605, which would help provide for the expedited and efficient resolution of lawsuits arising out of exposure to COVID-19.

Conversations with Clint: Supporting Child Testifiers

Mar. 19, 2021 / Embed

In this edition of Conversations with Clint, Rep. Owlett talks with fellow Rep. Tim Bonner about legislation to help ensure justice for child victims. House Bill 156 would give courts the option to permit hearsay statements concerning violent or sexual offenses against children when the victim is 16 years of age or under (rather than 12 or under in current law). Rep. Bonner is a former prosecutor and shares some great insights about the challenges of ensuring justice in cases involving child victims and how a change in this law would help.

Bonner Supports HB 185

Mar. 16, 2021 / Embed

During final floor debate, State Representative Tim Bonner argues in support of House Bill 185, a bill that modifies the Crimes Code to provide that any individual who intentionally causes bodily injury to a person with a physical or intellectual disability is guilty of aggravated assault, a felony of the second degree.

Bonner on Protecting the Rights of the Unborn

Sep. 21, 2020 / Embed

State Representative Tim Bonner issues a short history of pro-abortion countries and argues in favor of a child's right to life.