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Colleagues Pass Senator Tartaglione’s Amendment to Level Election Playing Field for Magisterial Candidates

HARRISBURG, PA, June 12, 2018 – The Pennsylvania Senate voted 46-3 yesterday to approve an amendment by Sen. Christine Tartaglione that would level the playing field for Magisterial District Justice candidates in elections involving an incumbent and one or more…
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Senator Tartaglione Joins Governor Wolf to Unveil Gender Pay Equality Measures

Two new Senate bills would amend Pennsylvania’s 1959 Equal Pay Law and help women earn the same as their male counterparts for comparable work HARRISBURG, PA, June 6, 2018 – State Sen. Christine Tartaglione joined Gov. Tom Wolf, other elected…
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Proposed PECO Rate Hike will be Subject of Public Hearing at Northeast Philadelphia’s Devon Theater on June 14

PHILADELPHIA, PA, May 29, 2018 – Constituents from state Sen. Christine Tartaglione’s 2nd District and from throughout the Philadelphia region will have a chance to comment publicly on PECO Energy’s latest proposed rate increase during a Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission…
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State Awards $2 Million in Transportation, Pedestrian Improvements to Senator Tartaglione’s 2nd District

PHILADELPHIA, PA, May 8, 2018 – Residents of state Sen. Christine Tartaglione’s 2nd District will benefit from two new major transportation and pedestrian safety projects announced by Gov. Tom Wolf and PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards today in Harrisburg.
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