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Thursday, April 17, 2014

CApitol Update By Rep. Martin Causer




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Thursday, April 17, 2014 The latest news from the State Capitol

Second Amendment Action Day April 29
 
 
 

The ninth annual Second Amendment Action Day at the state Capitol is set for Tuesday, April 29, at 10 a.m. The event, which typically draws hundreds of people from across the Commonwealth, is an opportunity for lawmakers, organizations and individuals to show their support for protecting Second Amendment rights. Among those organizations expected to take part are the Unified Sportsmen of Pennsylvania, National Rifle Association, Firearm Owners Against Crime, Gun Owners of America and many more. The event will be streamed live at RepCauser.com.
  

Kids’ Fest 2014 Set for April 26


The McKean County Collaborative Board and the Bradford Family YMCA are hosting a Kids’ Fest event on Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the YMCA on Boylston Street. The free event for children (from birth to age 5) and their families will include more than 60 vendors offering interactive displays, developmental screenings (advance registration required by calling the YMCA at 814-368-6101), early learning resources, YMCA adventure center and more. My office will be on hand with craft activities for kids and helpful information for parents, so be sure to stop by!
   
 
More Child Protection Bills Now Law


 
This week, four more bills aimed at protecting Pennsylvania children were signed into law by the governor, bringing the total to 17 new laws enacted in response to the findings of the Task Force on Child Protection created in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky case. Among the bills are those to increase penalties for people who are mandated to report suspected child abuse but fail to do so; expand the list of professions that are mandated reporters; require training on child abuse recognition and reporting; and protect people who report suspected child abuse in good faith from employment discrimination. 

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