This ask is not new.
“We know that we can’t stay where we’re at, because status quo don’t grow,” state Rep. Ed Gainey said.
The mayor’s on board, too.
With legislation unlikely to get through the legislature, the Syringe Access Network of Pennsylvania is looking to the governor for help.
They will rally Wednesday in Harrisburg. And you can join them.
A bill passed the House with support from both Democrats and Republicans from the Pittsburgh area.
A state Senate committee today voted to advance a bill that bans abortions in most cases after 20 weeks.
It focused on public safety, affordable housing, family outcomes, businesses and organizations, education and employment.
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