Office Locations 

District Address
2424 Bristol Road
Neshaminy Valley Commons
Bensalem, PA 19020
Telephone: (215) 750-1017
Fax: (215) 750-1295

Capitol Address
49 East Wing
PO Box 202018
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2018
Telephone: (717) 783-7319
Fax: (717) 772-2414

My Audio Updates
Here you will find audio clips about important events that have taken place during the current and past Legislative Sessions.
DiGirolamo Says Any Cuts to Medicaid Expansion Could Hurt Pennsylvanians - 9/27/2017
Citing the thousands of people who would be impacted and the increased costs to the Commonwealth, Rep. Gene DiGirolamo (R-Bucks) led a broad coalition of health-related organizations Wednesday in the state capitol in expressing their concern over passage of potential federal health care legislation and its potential impact on Pennsylvania. Rep. DiGirolamo, chairman of the House Human Services Committee, said that if Graham-Cassidy had passed or if a similar version would pass to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Pennsylvania stands to be one of the biggest losers.
Rep. DiGirolamo Offers His Budget Funding Proposal - 9/7/2017
In an effort to end the Commonwealth’s budget stalemate, Rep. Gene DiGirolamo (R-Bucks) has announced a proposal that would address the budgetary shortfall and provide recurring revenue going forward. Rep. DiGirolamo said he believes that his proposal brings together the good ideas that have already been proposed in order to create a compromise solution that can be approved by the legislature.
Rep. DiGirolamo Voices Support for Maintaining Independent Status of the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs - 4/5/2017
Advocates who are opposed to the consolidation of state social service agencies, including the state Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs, into a larger state bureaucracy rallied in the state Capitol Wednesday. Public testimony was heard about budget related agency consolidation proposals and questions were raised about the future status of specific state programs, the effects on customer service and how consolidation could limit input from populations served by as many as four state agencies. State lawmakers joined in the show of support for the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs and how it has played a positive role in helping many citizens to recover from opioid drug addiction.Rep. Gene DiGirolamo (R-Bucks) offered comments on this issue.
DiGirolamo Calls for Maintaining and Strengthening the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs Rather Than Merging It into a Larger Agency - 1/31/2017
In an effort to ensure more people can be helped to overcome addiction in the most cost effective manner, Rep. Gene DiGirolamo (R-Bucks) has announced a proposal to maintain and strengthen Pennsylvania’s cabinet-level Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs. Rep. DiGirolamo, chairman of the House Human Services Committee, spoke Tuesday at capitol press conference and said the mission of this department is too important to allow the merging of all state drug and alcohol programs into the state Department of Health, as recently proposed by the Wolf administration.
Rep. DiGirolamo Comments on Ongoing Efforts to Combat Opioid Addiction - 6/23/2016
Legislative efforts to combat the Commonwealth’s growing problem with heroin and opioid addiction was the topic of discussion at a press conference held in the State Capitol on Thursday. House Leaders, joined by the Governor and other lawmakers, announced the completion of the recommendations set forth by the Task Force and Advisory Committee on Opioid Prescription Drug Proliferation, and outlined plans to move the issue forward by initiating a special legislative session to tackle the problems associated with prescription drug abuse.
Rep. DiGirolamo Unveils Natural Gas Drilling Tax Plan - 2/4/2015
A bipartisan team of lawmakers announced a legislative proposal to impose a 3.2 percent drilling tax on production from gas wells drilled within Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale formation Wednesday in Harrisburg. Prime sponsor Rep. Gene DiGirolamo (R-Bucks) said the proposed tax is similar to those levied by other states and would distribute the proceeds to statewide initiatives designed to benefit the citizens of the Commonwealth.
DiGirolamo Hails Passage of Bill to Add Prescription Access to Anti-Overdose Medication for Families and First Responders - 9/25/2014
Legislation that would provide legal protection to those who report a drug overdose and also to provide greater access to lifesaving anti-overdose medication is on its way to the governor’s desk. Senate Bill 1164 was amended in the House to permit police officers and emergency personnel to carry Naloxone (Narcan), a drug that can arrest the symptoms of opioid overdose. Rep. Gene DiGirolamo (R-Bucks) said the Commonwealth is in the midst of a heroin epidemic and first responders need to be carrying this life-saving medication. Chuck Nichols reports... story and bite available.
DiGirolamo Amendment Adds Opioid Antidote Prescription Access for Families to Overdose Immunity Bill - 6/25/2014
A provision to allow parents, family members and other loved ones to have access to a heroin antidote medication has been successfully added to legislation now under consideration by the state House that would provide legal immunity for those reporting a drug overdose. Sponsor of the amendment, Rep. Gene DiGirolamo (R-Bucks) said the bill will help to save lives at a time when Pennsylvania is experiencing a record number opioid drug overdose deaths.
Rep. DiGirolamo Leads Move to Impose Restrictions on Powerful New Painkiller - 5/7/2014
Legislation to make it more difficult to prescribe the powerful new painkiller Zohydro in Pennsylvania has been approved by the House Human Services Committee. Rep. Gene DiGirolamo (R-Bucks), chairman of the committee, said there are serious questions about the recent approval of the new pain medication and his bill is designed to limit access to the drug as a way to help prevent addiction and save lives. Mike Davies reports... story and bite available.
Rep. DiGirolamo Comments on Committee Passage of Anti-Overdose Legislation - 3/19/2014
Legislation designed to help prevent heroin and opiate overdose deaths was approved by the House Health and Human Services Committee recently in Harrisburg. Rep. Gene DiGirolamo (R-Bucks), chairman of the Committee, said those who witness a drug overdose should be able to call for help without fear of prosecution, and that many deaths can be prevented by providing all emergency responders with access to a drug which counteracts opioid overdose. House Bill 2090 now moves to the full House for consideration. Chuck Nichols reports... story and bite available.