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On September 15, 2015
HARRISBURG – September 15, 2015 – State Senator Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) today responded to Senator Scott Wagner’s (R-York) “Letter to the Editor” on the budget impasse, which he sent to media outlets across Pennsylvania yesterday. Senator Leach’s statement: As we in government struggle to enact a budget, people are weighing in with their opinion. Recently, […]
On September 9, 2015
State Senator Daylin Leach had this to say: “Expanding opportunities to vote is long overdue. This is such a refreshing change from the previous administration’s attempts to suppress the vote through Voter ID and opposition to anything that made voting easier.”
On September 9, 2015
In a historic election campaign, more than $1.3 million in union cash has gone to state Supreme Court candidates this year, a sum labor leaders say underscores a siege mentality that has them looking to the courts as a bulwark against the enemies of organized labor.
On September 8, 2015
Unionized nurses of the Eagleville Hospital joined with state lawmakers and a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate to condemn the alleged way the administration of Eagleville Hospital has responded to the nurses joining a union.
HARRISBURG – September 4, 2015 – State Senator Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) and State Senator Vincent Hughes (D-Philadelphia/Montgomery) today commented on the ruling of Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas Judge Linda Carpenter in the case of National Rifle Association v. City of Philadelphia. Judge Carpenter ruled that the NRA does not have standing to sue the City […]
On September 4, 2015
Those days will include September 14th and 15th which are part of the Jewish New Years’ holiday Rosh Hashanah. Apparently, no one noticed this until State Sen. Daylin Leach pointed it out earlier this week.
On September 2, 2015
“It’s a patently unfair system,” said state Sen. Daylin Leach, D-Montgomery County, of forfeiture. “There are conflicts of interests because the same agencies that decide if civil asset forfeiture is appropriate (in a situation) are the same agencies that keep the money.”
If the Pennsylvania General Assembly wouldn’t meet on Christmas, then Sen. Daylin Leach wants to know why it would meet on an equally spiritual and important Jewish holiday.
On August 26, 2015
State Sen. Daylin Leach, D-Montgomery County, also introduced a bill, which a spokesman said was a result of his examination of Pennsylvania’s vaccination rates.