Posts Categorized: Privacy rights
Today, a public hearing is scheduled in Harrisburg on one of the proposals related to Governor Wolf’s Bathroom Bills (SB1306). Randall Wenger, Chief Counsel for Pennsylvania Family Council, will be giving testimony as part of a panel before the Senate … Read more
Last night, there were many victories – and not just in Olympic swimming and gymnastics.
This past evening, Luzerne County Council members voted down an ordinance that would have added special statuses to discrimination law and negatively impacted the privacy … Read more
As schools prepare to open their doors and welcome students back, the U.S. Supreme Court just made an important ruling giving welcomed clarification to School Districts in Pennsylvania and around the country.
The court’s 5-3 decision on Wednesday, August 3, … Read more
An incredible display of support for protecting privacy rights took place in Harrisburg with the Defend My Privacy Rally on Monday, June 27.
Some workers at the Capitol commented that it was the biggest rally of the year, with estimates … Read more
Today, the Urban Affairs & Housing Committee passed two of the three bathroom bills by a 7-4 vote.
SB1307 was brought up … Read more
Update on Bathroom Bills: “In my 27 years here, I’ve never seen such extreme special-interest pressure.”
From Michael Geer, President of the Pennsylvania Family Council:
It’s vitally important that I update you on expected actions at the State Capitol this week – actions that could significantly affect you and your family, your future and your freedom. … Read more
Do you want to attend the Defend My Privacy Rally on Monday, June 27th at the Capitol, but you don’t want to drive to Harrisburg?
We have buses available from several different locations around the state:Lancaster Reading Millersburg Gibsonia… Read more