YouTube Videos Click here to view my longer videos Rep Miller Opens Session With Daily Prayer Pa. State Rep. Brett Miller opens the 4-30-19 House session with readings from 1st Corinthians and the Book of John. Miller Supports House Resolution 186 Pa. State Rep. Brett Miller urges unanimous support of HR 186, a House Resolution that designates April 27, 2019 as "Don't Text And Drive Day" in Pennsylvania. Embrace, Don't Erase Pa. State Rep. Brett Miller took part in a press conference to unveil and discuss legislation to prohibit the abortion of a child due to a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome. Rep. Miller Leads Session Prayer Citing the privilege to serve and beauty of the Capitol Building and that "government is the people", Pa. State Representative Brett Miller reads from Micah 6:8 and Matthew 22:35-40. Rep. Miller Comments On Package Of CTE Bills Pa. State Rep. Brett Miller comments on the updated Career & Technical Education (CTE) support bills. Ready to Get to Work in New House Session PA State Rep. Brett Miller looks forward to the start of a new legislative session with the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Cracking Down on Those Who Trespass While Hunting Before the House Game & Fisheries Committee, PA State Rep. Brett Miller presents his legislation to make the offense of trespass while hunting on private property a primary offense. Currently, in order for a violator to be charged with trespass while hunting, he or she must also have violated or be violating another unlawful provision of the Game Code Preventing Texting And Driving Pa. State Rep. Brett Miller promotes House Resolution 763 which designates April 27th, 2018 as "Don't Text and Drive Day" in Pennsylvania. Miller Advocates For Disability Rights Pa. State Rep. Brett Miller comments about legislation that would prohibit the abortion of a child due solely to a diagnosis of possible Down Syndrome. Honoring Penn Manor Field Hockey Pa. State Rep. Brett Miller and Bryan Cutler take to the House floor to congratulate the Penn Manor Field Hockey team after a 28-0 season. It was the team's first ever undefeated season in school history. Also recognized are the GPA's of each individual as being 3.50 and over.