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Statement: Senator Santarsiero Applauds DRBC Vote to Ban Fracking 

Statement: Senator Santarsiero Applauds DRBC Vote to Ban Fracking 

BUCKS COUNTY − February 25, 2021 − The following statement is attributable to Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) in response to the Delaware River Basin Commission Special Meeting on February 25, 2021: “I applaud the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) on its...

We Can & Must Do Justice

We Can & Must Do Justice

Earlier this week it was revealed that the Pennsylvania Department of State failed to advertise the 2019 passage of a proposed amendment to the state constitution that would allow the victims of child sex abuse, whose claims had been barred by the statute of limitations, a two-year window in which to file suit against responsible individuals and institutions.  The failure to do so means that any such amendment must now wait at least another two years before it can be enacted.

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