Several local lawmakers – including Reps. Michele Brooks (R-Crawford/Mercer/Lawrence), Dick Stevenson (R-Mercer/Butler), Brad Roae (R-Crawford) and Scott Hutchinson (R-Venango/Butler) – are encouraging residents to renew their fight against a plan to toll Interstate 80 as state officials are beginning discussions to resubmit their proposal to the federal government.
SEPTA bus-driver salaries are the latest target for opponents of more state funding for public transit. Rep. Brad Roae (R., Crawford) last week blasted SEPTA for giving bus drivers 10 percent raises annually.
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in limitation of time relating to criminal proceedings, further providing for no limitation applicable and for other offenses.
An Act amending the act of April 12, 1951 (P.L.90, No.21), known as the Liquor Code, as follows: In preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions and for interpretation. In the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, further providing for general powers, providing for fee adjustment by regulation and further providing for subject of regulations, for enforcement and for wine and spirits marketing. In Pennsylvania Liquor Stores, further providing for establishment and for sales. Providing for wine and spirits distribution. In licensing, further providing for hotels, restaurants and clubs liquor licenses, providing for grocery store licenses, further providing for license fees, for liquor license sales and restrictions , providing for grocery store license sales and restrictions and further providing for malt and brewed beverages licenses, for wine auction permits, for importers' license fees, privileges and restrictions, for interlocking business, for malt and brewed beverages licenses, for distributor package reform permit, for distributors and dispensers licenses, for prohibitions against the grant of licenses, for numbers and kinds of licenses, for distributors and importing distributors restrictions, for retail dispensers restrictions, for interlocking business prohibited, for breweries, for county limitations, for assignability, for renewal and temporary provisions, for sanctions, for responsible alcohol management, for local option, for unlawful acts, for hours of operation, for licensees and taxation, for penalties and for vacation of premises. In distilleries, wineries, bonded warehouses, bailees and transporters, further providing for limited wineries, for distilleries and for license fees. In disposition of money, further providing for moneys paid into Liquor License Fund. Providing for supplemental provisions.
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