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Royersford – December 11, 2019 – State Sen. Katie Muth (D-Berks, Chester, Montgomery) announced that the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) has approved funding for various programs that serve victims of crime in the 44th Senatorial District....
ROYERSFORD – December 11, 2019 – Sen. Katie Muth (D-Berks, Chester, Montgomery) announced that Chester County Intermediate Unit 24 has been awarded funding through the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s (PDE) Keystone Telepresence grants program. Chester...
Royersford – November 22, 2019 – Sen. Katie Muth (D-Berks, Chester, Montgomery) has been appointed to the Joint State Government Task Force on Veterans Services. Muth released the following statement on her appointment: “Thank you to my friend and veteran Senator Pam...
Harrisburg – November 20, 2019 – Sen. Katie Muth (D-Berks, Chester, Montgomery) announced that the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) awarded Tri-County Transit funding to assist with efforts to build an alternative fueling station in Chester...
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Executions have become a rarity in Pennsylvania with Governor Tom Wolf instituting a moratorium on the death penalty. Now, some lawmakers want to take it a step further and abolish the death penalty in the state.
A Pennsylvania inmate has not been executed this century with the last one happening in 1999, but there are still plenty of inmates sitting on death row and some lawmakers think it’s doing more harm than good.
LOWER POTTSGROVE — Attorney General Josh Shapiro was in Lower Pottsgrove Friday to discuss reproductive rights and Title X funding.
“Every day we are fighting in court to protect women’s rights and particularly to protect healthcare and reproductive rights. Fights that we’ve won, 20, 30, 40 years ago, we’re fighting again,” Democrat Shapiro said to the group.
Democratic lawmakers in Pennsylvania have announced legislation that would abolish the death penalty in the state.
In presenting the Death Penalty Repeal Act, legislators argued that too many innocent inmates wound up death row due to an imperfect justice system.
A state senator whose district includes portions of Chester, Montgomery and Berks counties joined two Philadelphia legislators Tuesday in calling for the end of the death penalty in Pennsylvania.
State Sen Katie Muth, D-44th, of Royersford, announced the introduction of a bill that would repeal the use of capital punishment in the state, alongside state Sen. Sharif Street, D-3rd, and state Rep. Christopher Rabb, D-200th, both of Philadelphia.