Pennsylvania legislation aimed at workplace harassment

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) - Democratic lawmakers introduced a package of bills last week. The goal: making Pennsylvania a safe place to work. Supporters say these bills are past due. "Pennsylvanians deserve to go to work every day to put food on their tables and earn a...

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Officials break ground for Lions Pride Park in Warrington

Federal, state and local lawmakers joined members of the Warrington Lions Club to break ground Friday on a new park built for everyone. Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, state Sen. Maria Collett, D-12, and state Rep. Todd Polinchock, R-144, praised Lions Pride Park on...

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Senator Collett Attends Kickoff for Keith Valley Challenge

Horsham, Pa. − February 22, 2019  − Earlier today, Senator Maria Collett (D-12) attended the kick-off of the 43rd annual Keith Valley Challenge at Keith Valley Middle School in the Hatboro-Horsham school district and presented the school with a copy of Senate Resolution 28, recognizing today as “Keith Valley Challenge Day” in Pennsylvania.

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Senator Collett Reacts to EPA PFAS Plan Announcement

North Wales– February 14, 2019 – The acting administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Andrew Wheeler, today announced the EPA’s intended nationwide PFAS action plan. Addressing the urgent PFAS crisis is Senator Maria Collett’s (D-12) top priority....

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Senator Collett Approved to Judiciary Committee

Harrisburg – February 4, 2019 – Senator Maria Collett announced today that she has been appointed to the Senate Judiciary Committee. This announcement comes in light of Senator Daylin Leach’s decision to step down from the Judiciary Committee amid...

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Casey excoriates EPA’s reported pass on limits on PFOA and PFOS in drinking water

Homeowners in Bucks and Montgomery counties seeking help from the federal government to address contamination in their drinking water received disheartening news on Monday night.

The Trump administration will not set a drinking water limit for two toxic chemicals – PFOA (perfluorooctanoic acid) and PFOS (perfluorooctanesulfonic acid) – that are contaminating millions of Americans’ tap water, two sources familiar with the forthcoming decision told Politico, which reported:.

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