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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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Get the details on events that Rep. Jim Cox is holding in the 129th Legislative district.

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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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Cox Won’t Seek Another Term in State House

Mar. 23, 2022 /

SINKING SPRING – After serving the residents of the 129th Legislative District since he first took office in 2007, state Rep. Jim Cox (R-Berks/Lancaster) today announced he will not seek another term in the state Legislature when his current two-year term expires on Nov. 30.

House Committee to Vote Tuesday on Public Union Reform Initiatives

Jan. 24, 2022 /

WHAT: A House Labor and Industry Committee meeting to vote on several bills aimed at protecting public union workers’ personal information, providing public union workers with information about their rights, bringing additional transparency to the collective bargaining process by subjecting certain documents to Right-to-Know Law provisions, updating Pennsylvania’s collective bargaining laws to bring them in line with recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions, and preventing public employers from collecting political campaign contributions from union workers.

House Approves Cox Bill to Ensure Displaced Workers Can Continue Participating by Video in Unemployment Hearings

May. 05, 2021 /

HARRISBURG – The COVID-19 pandemic forced Pennsylvania’s unemployment compensation system to adapt by enabling displaced workers and employers to participate by video in unemployment compensation appeal hearings. The state House today approved a bill introduced by Rep. Jim Cox (R-Berks/Lancaster) to make sure the system remains modernized and doesn’t slip back into its old, inconvenient ways.

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