Tony Williams

  • Pennsylvania
  • Senator
  • Democrat
  • District 8

District Office

85 N. Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne, PA 19050

Phone 610-622-1390 Fax 610-622-1359

District Office

2103 Snyder Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19145

Phone 215-489-5200 Fax 215-489-9593

District Office

2901 Island Ave., Suite 100, Philadelphia, PA 19153

Phone 215-492-2980 Fax 215-492-2990

Capitol Office

Room 11, East Wing Senate Box 203008, Harrisburg, PA 17120

Phone 717-787-5970 Fax 717-772-0574

Serving District 8

Sponsored Bills

SB 1118

An Act amending Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in magisterial district judges, further providing for adjudication alternative program; in licensing of drivers, further providing for drivers required to be licensed, for suspension of operating privilege, for suspension of operating privilege for failure to respond to citation and for driving while operating privilege is suspended or revoked, providing for driving while operating privilege is suspended for certain other offenses, for relief from administrative suspension and for relief from administrative suspension participation requirements; in fees, further providing for reinstatement of operating privilege or vehicle registration; and, in penalties and disposition of fines, further providing for inability to pay fine and costs.

  • Introduced Apr 02 2024

SB 1057

An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, providing for the Educational Freedom Act Program; and establishing the Educational Freedom Act Fund and educational freedom accounts.

  • Introduced Feb 12 2024

SB 1000

An Act amending the act of November 21, 2016 (P.L.1318, No.169), known as the Pharmacy Audit Integrity and Transparency Act, further providing for title of act; in preliminary provisions, further providing for short title and for definitions; in pharmacy audits, further providing for limitations; and providing for pharmacy benefits manager contract requirements and prohibited acts.

  • Introduced Jan 08 2024

SB 1031

An Act amending the act of May 3, 1933 (P.L.242, No.86), referred to as the Cosmetology Law, further providing for definitions, for practice without license prohibited, for eligibility requirements for examination, for limited licenses, for requirements of a school of cosmetology, for practice in licensed salons only, for booth rental prohibited, for sanitary rules and for fees; providing for municipal registration, business license and taxes; further providing for duration and renewal of licenses and for penalties; and providing for waiver of certain fees, fines and penalties.

  • Introduced Jan 08 2024
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