Members of the House and Senate call for an end to workplace violence

Members of the House and Senate call for an end to workplace violence

Sen. Katie Muth (D-Montgomery) was joined by colleagues in the House and the Senate to call for an end to workplace harassment.

The legislators also highlighted what they have been working on to end workplace harassment and called on Sen. Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery) to resign. 

Monday, June 10, 2019/Author: Kara Barmoy
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UPDATE: Bipartisan protests delay DEP re-confirmation hearing

UPDATE: Bipartisan protests delay DEP re-confirmation hearing

The Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee will not go forward with a scheduled hearing Tuesday morning to confirm Patrick McDonnell for another term as Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection, due to the protests of some members. 

Senators from southeastern PA sent a memo to committee chairs and a letter to McDonnell Friday with questions, aboutthe Sunoco Mariner East pipeline, over which concerns have increased with more sinkholes appearing in Chester and Delaware counties. 
Tuesday, April 30, 2019/Author: Anonym
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As House approves child sex abuse bills, Senate Democrats present their competing proposal to reform statute of limitations

As House approves child sex abuse bills, Senate Democrats present their competing proposal to reform statute of limitations

Efforts to reform the state’s statute of limitations for child sex abuse got more complicated Wednesday, as Senate Democrats unveiled a broader piece of legislation which includes a retroactive window for victims to file suit against their perpetrators and the institutions that shielded them.

Attorney General Josh Shapiro, along with four freshmen senators, led by Sen. Tim Kearney (D-Delaware) and Sen. Katie Muth (D-Montgomery), are pushing a bill which eliminates the criminal and civil statute of limitations for certain sex crimes against both minors and adults.
Wednesday, April 10, 2019/Author: The PLS Reporter
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With Senate committee approval, redistricting proponents look to use momentum to prompt House action

With Senate committee approval, redistricting proponents look to use momentum to prompt House action

A Senate panel voted Tuesday to approve the latest run at creating an independent redistricting commission, despite acknowledgements from the bill’s authors that it would require alteration before going before the full body.

Spearheaded by Sen. Lisa Boscola (D-Lehigh) and Sen. Mike Folmer (R-Lebanon), the proposal would create a constitutional amendment empowering an 11-person commission to draw the state’s Congressional and General Assembly maps.
Tuesday, April 9, 2019/Author: Andrew Bahl
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Legislators bring up #MeToo legislation once again

Legislators bring up #MeToo legislation once again

Rep. Leanne Krueger (D-Delaware) joined Senators Maria Collett (D-Montgomery) and Katie Muth (D-Montgomery) as well as Pennsylvania Victim Advocate, Jennifer Storm, to discuss new legislation that would create the #MeToo Pennsylvania General Assembly Act.

Monday, March 25, 2019/Author: Kara Barmoy
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