|Legislation to Improve Pennsylvania’s Elk Hunting License Pr|
HARRISBURG- This week the Senate Game & Fisheries Committee advanced
legislation to improve Pennsylvania’s elk hunting license program, according to
Senator Joe Scarnati (R-25).
|Legislation to Help Volunteer Fire Companies Update Their Eq|
state Senate is considering legislation that will expand a program that allows
volunteer fire and emergency companies to borrow from the state at a low
|PSU DuBois Psychology Professor Announces Retirement|
DuBOIS – After 32 years of
teaching and research, and dozens of published articles and awards,Penn
State DuBois Professor of Psychology John Johnson will retire at the end of
|Closer to Butting Out E-Cigs for Minors|
HARRISBURG. - Electronic
cigarettes would be added to the list of tobacco products banned for sale to
minors in Pennsylvania, under a bill that has just cleared the state Senate Judiciary
|Penn State to Face UCF in First International Game|
PARK,– Nittany Lion Club members, Penn State Alumni Association members and
fans who have not secured their tickets for Penn State’s historic appearance in
the Croke Park Classic will have an opportunity to do so starting Monday,
|Senate Approves Baker Bill to Help More Military Families|
Senate unanimously approved a bill sponsored by state Senator Lisa Baker (R-20)
to help a greater number of military families who have fallen on hard times.
|A Parent in Prison? More Common than Autism|
HARRISBURG - Having a parent in prison is more common than childhood autism in the
U.S., according to a new report from Volunteers of America that seeks to raise
awareness of what life is like for the children and their caregivers.
|Carbon Monoxide detector measure goes to Governor|
Senate today concurred on House amendments to Senate Bill 607, Senator Pat
Browne’s bill that would establish the Carbon Monoxide Alarm Standards Act. SB
607 now goes to the Governor for his signature and enactment into law.