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Thomas Bill to Protect PACE and PACENET Benefits Passes

Representative Wendi Thomas 178th Legislative District Pennsylvania House of Representatives /   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 10, 2019   Thomas Bill to Protect PACE and PACENET Benefits Passes ...

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[FAIR Take] Your Top Weekly Immigration News & Updates!

          RAISE Act Reintroduced On Wednesday, Sen. Tom Cotton, (R-AR) joined with fellow Republican Sens. David Perdue of Georgia and Josh Hawley ...

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Upper Darby man charged in luring incidents

Upper Darby man charged in luring incidents By Kevin Tustin Apr 9, 2019 Updated Apr 9, 2019 From ...

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No, White-Supremacist Violence Is Not a Major Problem

The New York Times peddles a false narrative that violent white extremism is on the rise. By the Political Editors at ...

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How A Survey On Race Disproves White Privilege

 DANIEL GREENFIELD/Freedom Outpost White privilege, the hottest racist idea since cross-burnings at midnight and photos with Farrakhan, is a subject ...

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OPINION Candace Owens | Turning Point USA/DC When the Democrats’ ridiculous, fear-mongering “Rise of White Nationalism” hearing blew up in their faces, ...

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The Associated Press & NY Times “Not Real News” Series Is Not Real #FAKE

 PAMELA GELLER /Freedom Outpost You just can’t make this stuff up. The Associated Press and New York Times, the world’s leading disseminators and ...

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Horowitz: Dems Pushing for One Party System, Must Undermine Religious Liberty First

By Randy DeSoto /WJ Bestselling author David Horowitz in his latest work — “Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America” — ...

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BOOM! Obama Panics As Lawsuit Penetrates His Corrupt Administration And Their Security Clearances!

by Doyle Alexander /enVolve         WASHINGTON, D.C. — An attorney representing a White House civil servant being scrutinized by the House Oversight Committee wants ...

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Former DIA Officer Who Spied for China Hated Trump

Court documents reveal Chinese intelligence targets Getty Images BY: Bill Gertz / Washington Free Beacon. A former Defense Intelligence Agency officer who spied ...

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Senator Mike Folmer Column: THIS is “Reform?”


The outcry to change how Pennsylvania draws Congressional and General Assembly District maps began soon after the 2016 Presidential Election.

Redistricting reform has long been a goal of mine. As chair of the Senate State Government Committee, I was looking forward to scheduling public hearings across the Commonwealth on all the proposed bills to change the redistricting process.

Some of those interested in redistricting reform decided they didn’t want to wait for the legislative process. When lawsuits were filed to challenge the constitutionality of the 2011 maps, I was forced to put the planned hearings on hold. It’s next to impossible to have a good public discussion while an issue is being litigated.

During the ongoing court proceedings, my

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Senate Leadership Abdicates Responsibility on Labor Nominee


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Why not put members on record? View this email in your browser Senate Leadership Abdicates Responsibility on Labor Nominee

Back in July, Governor Wolf nominated a union president, Jerry Oleksiak, to be Labor Secretary. As we said at the time:

“Mr. Oleksiak is the President of the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA), the largest teachers’ union in the Commonwealth. Making matters worse, Oleksiak also took part in one of the most tax-payer abusive practices available to union officials: he was a ghost teacher.

“As a ghost teacher, Oleksiak worked full time for the PSEA, but he collected a paycheck, accumulated seniority, and pension benefits from the Upper Merion School District. Although the district was

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Weekly Session Wrap-Up


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Bill Expanding Public Employee Pension Forfeiture Act Approved by Senate Senate Adopts Mensch Resolution Preparing for Statewide Safety Radio Rollout Senate Approves Proposal to Improve Special Emergency Response Times Other Bills Approved by the Senate Committee Roundup Next Week Bill Expanding Public Employee Pension Forfeiture Act Approved by Senate

Legislation I am co-sponsoring to ensure that public employees who commit job-related felonies are stripped of their taxpayer-funded pension was approved Tuesday by the Senate and sent to the House of Representatives for consideration.

Currently, the Public Employee Pension Forfeiture Act requires a public employee to forfeit his or her pension only for certain crimes listed in the act. In practice, this law allows public employees charged with a forfeiture crime to

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Pro-Pelosi Democrats Line Up Behind Conor Lamb


Lamb has said he wouldn’t vote for Pelosi to lead House Dems if elected

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Efforts by Pennsylvania Democrat Conor Lamb to distance himself from Democratic leadership were briefly put on hold last week when he attended a Washington, D.C., fundraiser hosted by a group of Pennsylvania Democrats loyal to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.

Lamb, running in a special election for a seat representing a district that voted overwhelmingly for Republicans in 2016, announced earlier this month that he would not support Pelosi if elected.

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PCN On The Issues program focuses on free speech on college campuses and school property tax elimination


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PCN On The Issues program focuses on free speech on college campuses and school property tax elimination

During PCN’s On The Issues program, which will air later this week, I will be discussing the following topics: free speech on college campuses, school property tax elimination and welfare reform.

The program will air on the following days:

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State Rep Justin Simmons Report



Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact Mark Your Calendar for My Upcoming Meeting on the Spotted Lanternfly

In light of the continued growth of the spotted lanternfly quarantine area, I will be hosting a public meeting on Thursday, April 5, at 6:30 p.m. to provide information to area residents about this invasive species and the efforts to halt its spread.

The meeting, which will be held in the Upper Perkiomen High School auditorium, will feature experts from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and Penn State Extension.

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Reining In Regulatory Overreach





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Wagner Supports Banning Felons from Receiving Public Pension Benefits (with audio)


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Wagner Supports Banning Felons from Receiving Public Pension Benefits

HARRISBURG – Senator Scott Wagner (R-York) supported a proposal that would strengthen the state’s ability to remove pension benefits from employees who commit felonies or serve more than five years in prison due to state and federal offenses while on the job.

Wagner, who is a cosponsor of the measure introduced by Senator John DiSanto (R-Dauphin/Perry), said the bill is needed to close existing loopholes in the system.

“When I first got to Harrisburg in 2014, I looked at the portraits of former legislative leaders hanging in the halls of the Capitol,” Wagner said. “Several of those leaders abused the public trust

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