“Slow Down to Get Around” law takes effect this week

“Slow Down to Get Around” law takes effect this week

Signs displaying “I’m a dad” and “I’m a mom” were held by employees of Pennsylvania waste and recycling collection companies at a state Capitol news conference as reminders of the importance of their safety and the dangers they face while on the job along the state’s busy streets and highways.

The news conference was held to remind motorists of a new law that takes effect this week to better protect waste hauling workers while on the job.

Monday, December 17, 2018/Author: Stephany Dugan
Categories: News and Views
VIDEO: Rep. Saccone's new bills would remove license suspensions for non-driving offenses

VIDEO: Rep. Saccone's new bills would remove license suspensions for non-driving offenses

The Clean Slate Act has gained attention across Pennsylvania by offering people with certain types of misdemeanors the chance for courts to seal their records, after which they would be available to law enforcement but not the general public.  

Rep. Rick Saccone (R-Allegheny) introduced two bills that would add onto the Clean Slate Act by helping people with criminal records by removing the license suspensions for non-driving offenses.

Thursday, October 26, 2017/Author: Kara Barmoy
Categories: Video
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