Legislators and advocates call for better equal-pay law

Legislators and advocates call for better equal-pay law

Tuesday afternoon legislators and advocates held a rally in the Main Rotunda to ask for a successful equal-pay law. 
Women in Pennsylvania make on average 79 percent of what men make.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018/Author: Kara Barmoy
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House Democrats question how state police handle opioid crisis and rape kit backlogs

House Democrats question how state police handle opioid crisis and rape kit backlogs

House Democrats focused on rape kit backlogs and the opioid epidemic during Wednesday’s budget hearing with the Pennsylvania State Police.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018/Author: Taylor Allen
Categories: News and Views
State lawmakers hope stronger trash-dumping enforcement legislation will help clean up “filthadelphia”

State lawmakers hope stronger trash-dumping enforcement legislation will help clean up “filthadelphia”

Rep. Angel Cruz (D-Philadelphia) and other members of the state House’s Philadelphia delegation are hoping that newly introduced legislation to strengthen trash-dumping enforcement in Pennsylvania’s largest city will help clean up what has been dubbed as “filthadelphia.”

Tuesday, November 21, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
PA House starts legislation aimed at addressing Philadelphia Stop & Go issues

PA House starts legislation aimed at addressing Philadelphia Stop & Go issues

The House Liquor Control Committee Tuesday afternoon unanimously reported to the full House legislation that is designed to address issues related to so-called stop-and-go stores in Philadelphia that sell alcohol on the fringes of the law.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
House continues wine and spirits privatization push, moving bill to allow beer distributors to sell wine and spirits

House continues wine and spirits privatization push, moving bill to allow beer distributors to sell wine and spirits

Just weeks after sending five bills to the Senate that would work to divest the Commonwealth of its wholesale and retail wine and spirits business, the House Liquor Control Committee on Tuesday moved legislation that would allow beer distributors to sell wine and spirits.

 

The bill—House Bill 1033 introduced by Rep. Brian Ellis (R-Butler)—would allow beer distributors to sell unlimited quantities of wine and spirits after applying and paying a $5,000 fee for a state-mandated permit. Renewal of the permit will be based off of two percent of the establishment’s annual cost of purchasing wine and/or spirits from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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