Amendment to recall elected officials proposed

Amendment to recall elected officials proposed

Pennsylvania is one of only 11 states without recall laws. Two state representatives want to change that.

Representatives Jared Solomon (D-Philadelphia) and Carol Hill-Evans (D-York) have introduced a proposal to amend the state constitution to add recall laws. Currently there are no ways for voters to remove elected officials outside of standard elections.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019/Author: Anonym
Categories: Philadelphia
PennPIRG announces 33rd Trouble in Toyland report, identifies unsafe toys

PennPIRG announces 33rd Trouble in Toyland report, identifies unsafe toys

On Tuesday morning Reuben Mathew, an associate with Pennsylvania Public Interest Research Group Education Fund (PIRG), joined Auditor General Eugene DePasquale to announce PennPIRG's 33rd Trouble in Toyland report. 

PennPIRG tests popular children's toys every year to see which pose hazards to children. This year, 15 of the 40 toys tested had safety issues.

Tuesday, November 20, 2018/Author: Kara Barmoy
Categories: Video
Corbett nominations make their way through Senate committee

Corbett nominations make their way through Senate committee

The Senate Rules and Executive Nominations Committee Tuesday declined to honor the recall of all Gov. Tom Corbett’s end-of-term nominees issued by Gov. Tom Wolf and reported all 13 nominations to the floor for Senate approval.

The debate broke down on whether the Senate should honor the new governor’s request, allowing him to set nominees on his own accord, or whether the nominations—rightly made at the tail end of the Corbett administration—should stand.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015/Author: Jason Gottesman
Categories: News and Views
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