Posts Tagged: pennsylvania
Art is a part of who Emily Hartmann is. It’s her passion and brings her much joy. When she’s in her studio, she’s been known to break out in soulful song and bust a move.
Emily, 25, was part of … Read more
Today your State Senator is back in Harrisburg to finish out the remainder of the 2017-2018 legislation. There are only ten session days left on the Senate calendar for them to consider and vote on the Down Syndrome Protection Act, … Read more
Bypassing the PA General Assembly, an unelected Commission is changing the way it views the word “sex” in Pennsylvania’s civil rights law, raising serious concerns for religious freedom and personal privacy.
PA Human Relations Commission (PHRC), a group of nine … Read more
We have an opportunity to help an entire class of people here in Pennsylvania from being targeted and eliminated from our community solely because they … Read more
One of the world’s leading international advocates for people affected by disability, helping countless families including many in Pennsylvania, is now calling upon the Pennsylvania State Senate to pass the Down Syndrome Protection Act – House Bill 2050.
Joni Eareckson … Read more
On Wednesday, June 13th, the State Senate Judiciary Committee passed the Down Syndrome Protection Act – House Bill 2050 – by a 10-5 vote. Here’s the roll call:TAKE ACTION: Contact your State Senator – YES on the Down… Read more
May 14, 2018 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Children, Family, First Amendment, Free Speech, Gambling, Life, marriage, Parental rights, Politics, Privacy rights, pro-life, Religious Freedom, Voting | Tags: election, guide, pennsylvania, primary, voter
We’re glad you’ve come to our 2018 Primary Voter’s Guide to find out more about the candidates appearing on your ballot. By doing so, you are demonstrating … Read more
On Monday, April 16, after a lengthy floor debate, the PA House of Representatives voted 139-56 to pass House Bill 2050 – the Down Syndrome Protection Act! That’s a 71% majority vote and a veto-proof majority! That means despite Governor … Read more