Pittsburgh Rep. Jake Wheatley, who will formally introduce his legalization bill Monday, thinks so.
Gov. Wolf: Pa.’s not ready for legal pot. Other officials — including running mate Fetterman — disagree.
That also includes the auditor general and several state legislators
The ask follows the police shooting of Antwon Rose II in East Pittsburgh.
State reps. Austin Davis, Ed Gainey, and Jake Wheatley are also calling for a bipartisan caucus on police violence.
But you could have a lot more flexibility in the coming years if a package of voting reforms passes the Pa. General Assembly.
The mayor's on board, too.
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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