Democratic Pennsylvania State Senator Daylin Leach, of the 17th District, will be introducing legislation to legalize marijuana consumption for anyone aged over 21
Friday, January 11
Legislation to legalize marijuana in Pennsylvania has entered the State Senate. Sen. Daylin Leach, D-17, this week proposed to introduce legislation to lift the “modern-day Prohibition” on consumption of marijuana, according to an opinion piece by Leach in the Pittsburgh-Post Gazette. Leach’s bill would basically legalize marijuana consumption for adults aged 21 and older, without a reason for smoking it, according to the article. Leach states in the article that the state government has wasted money on investigating and prosecuting citizens for use of drug, when said citizens have “hurt no one, damaged no property, breached no peace.” “Their only ‘crime’ was smoking a plant which made them feel giddy,” Leach said. To those who say …
Lisa Loper of the Scott Loper Team discusses a bill currently under consideration by the PA State Senate which affects all homeowners throughout the Commonwealth.
We urge you to contact your state senators and representatives to VOTE YES TO PENNSYLVANIA STATE SB 1495 which is an amendment to the Mechanics’ Lien Law of 1963. This amendment protects homeowners from having liens placed on their property by subcontractors who have not been paid by the general contractor IF the homeowner has in fact paid the general contractor in full. Introduced by 14 members of the PA State Senate May 31st of this year with bi-partisan support, the Senate referred it to Labor and Industry but now it is back before the Senate for consideration. If it passes the Senate, it must also pass the House and then go to the Governor for final approval. Unsuspecting homeowners have mechanics' liens placed on their homes by …