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Governor Signs Bill Containing Petri Change to Wine Laws in PA

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Representative Scott Petri 178th District Pennsylvania House of Representatives Media Contact: Donna Pinkham

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June 9, 2016

Governor Signs Bill Containing Petri Change to Wine Laws in PA

New law allows complimentary wine at B&Bs

HARRISBURG – A measure sponsored by Rep. Scott Petri (R-Bucks), which was included in a bill signed into law late Wednesday by Gov. Tom Wolf, will permit operators of Pennsylvania bed and breakfast inns who do not possess a liquor license to provide a complimentary bottle of Pennsylvania wine to their overnight guests at check-in.

 

House Bill 1690, sponsored by House Speaker Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny), is comprehensive legislation

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Weekly Update

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Monday, June 6, 2016

Dear CF Friend,

Across Pennsylvania, teachers who are hired to teach are instead plucked from the classroom to work full-time for the teachers’ unions—while staying on the public payroll!

These ghost teachers receive pension credit, health benefits, salary, and teaching seniority as if they were still in the classroom.

With your help, we have a chance to help lay ghost teachers to rest.

The state House Education Committee is set to consider HB 2125, which would strictly limit teachers’ unions’ ability to take teachers from the classroom to do full-time union work.

And in the limited exceptions included in the bill, unions must reimburse every single cent taken from

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Update: Wine Expansion

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Update: Wine Expansion Yesterday, the state House passed legislation allowing select grocery stores to sell wine. The Senate passed this legislation in December, and Gov. Wolf announced he will sign the bill today.

The good news: Lawmakers are finding ways to address the budget deficit without raising taxes on all Pennsylvanians. Also, purchasing wine will be more convenient for shoppers at approximately 300 grocery stores in Pennsylvania that currently have a restaurant license to sell wine.

However, this is not the liquor privatization we have been fighting for. This bill leaves unaddressed much of what most Pennsylvanians want to see in true privatization. This legislation continues the state’s conflict of interest in promoting alcohol consumption while enforcing alcohol regulations. The bill doesn’t allow all

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Shell Cracker Plant Is Coming to Beaver County

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Shell Cracker Plant Is Coming to Beaver County We received the incredible news this morning that Royal Dutch Shell has made its long-awaited final decision to construct a major petrochemical plant complex in Potter Township. This is a big win, not just for Beaver County, but the entire Commonwealth.To learn why, please watch my video message below:

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I also told my colleagues in the House of Representatives the exciting news today:

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Key Bathroom Bill Vote Imminent–Call to Action

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Key Bathroom Bill Vote Imminent Your Action Today is Critical Dear Fellow Citizen, Here’s the latest from our team at the Capitol. A procedural vote to move HB 1510 – the “Bathroom Bill” – could happen as early as Tuesday. Your voice is critical at this late hour to stop this dangerous legislation. Please take action now to help defeat this bill! HB1510 and SB974 would mandate that every women’s restroom, shower, dressing room and locker room be open to biological males who self-identify otherwise. It would unfairly allow boys to compete on girl’s school sports teams. The bills would also seriously threaten rights of conscience and religious

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State Rep Justin Simmons Report

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Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact The Weekly Roundup Friday, June 03, 2016 The latest news from the State Capitol Fair Funding for Our Schools

Legislation to ensure a fair distribution of funding to Pennsylvania’s 500 school districts has been approved by the House and Senate. The governor is expected to sign the bill into law later today (Friday, June 3).

The formula, contained in House Bill 1552, was developed by the state’s bipartisan, bicameral Basic Education Funding Commission. The commission devised its formula after conducting 15

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Audit: Philly schools are mismanaged and waste money

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By / at Watchdog.org

The School District of Philadelphia put convicted criminals on buses with children without conducting proper background checks, according to an audit of the state’s largest district. And were wasting money while they did it.

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ROAD RAGE: State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale found the School District of Philadelphia allowed convicted criminals to drive school buses in the district’s most recent performance audit.

A review conducted by Auditor General Eugene DePasquale found several instances of wasteful spending and mismanagement, including the revelation the district failed to conduct proper criminal background checks or child-abuse clearances

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Virus Outbreaks Highlight Troubling Health Risks of Illegal Immigration

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1. Virus Outbreaks Highlight Troubling Health Risks of Illegal Immigration An illegal immigrant at Arizona’s Eloy Detention center is at the center of an ongoing measles outbreak, according to state health officials. Read more

 

2. The Irony: Sheriff Babeu Warns Hikers and Families to Bear Arms this Memorial Weekend Pinal County, Arizona, Sheriff Paul Babeu, warned families and hikers traveling Memorial Day weekend to be cautious. Intelligence suggests rival Mexican cartels have hired assassins to roam across the border and settle scores. Read more

3. Asylum Approvals Encourage Illegal Immigration A recent study of the approval rates for asylum claims by unaccompanied minors found a wide divergence in rates of approvals. Read

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