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Marsy’s Law for Pennsylvania Presents Sen. Tartaglione with Guardian of Victims’ Rights Award

[caption id="attachment_5029" align="alignnone" width="960"] Pictured, left to right: Caitlin Collis (Marsy's Law for PA); Sen. Tartaglione, Jennifer Storm (Commonwealth Victim Advocate); Becca Zelner (Marsy's Law for PA)[/caption] Pennsylvania State Senator Christine Tartaglione Receives Honor Philadelphia, PA − June 10, 2019…
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Tartaglione and Colleagues Tour Successful Philadelphia Business that Chooses to Pay its Workers Fair Wages

As part of a statewide “RealJobs RealPay” Day of Action, the senator visited La Barberia in Suburban Station and highlighted the benefits of raising the minimum wage. Philadelphia, PA, May 23, 2019 – State Senator Christine M. Tartaglione (D-Philadelphia) today…
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State Officials and Advocates Kick Off Real Jobs, Real Pay Tour

Pennsylvania − May 20, 2019 − Advocates, lawmakers and state officials will participate in tours and a statewide day of action on Thursday, May 23rd with businesses that choose to pay their employees a living wage. Pennsylvania’s minimum wage remains…
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Senator Tartaglione Becomes Newest Appointment to Temple University’s Board of Trustees

HARRISBURG, PA, May 8, 2019 – State Senator Christine M. Tartaglione (D-Philadelphia) was appointed by the Senate today as the newest member of the Temple University Board of Trustees. She will join Governor Tom Wolf, Philadelphia Mayor James Kenney, and…
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