A Pennsylvania state senator says he tried some marijuana on his taxpayer-funded trip to Colorado to see how the state’s marijuana industry is working.
Chris discusses the aftermath of baseball’s trading deadline, which saw the Phillies make no moves, Senator Mark Udall of Colorado calling for the resignation of CIA Director John Brennan and State Senator Daylin Leach’s trip to Colorado to assess their legalization of marijuana. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday at 7:00 and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece at 8:00.
The bill is sponsored by state senator Mike Folmer (R-Lebanon County), who advocated tirelessly and passionately for it.
Half of the district is in Philadelphia, the other half in Montgomery County.
Three of the four Democrats seeking to replace the outgoing Allyson Schwartz in Pennsylvania’s 13th Congressional District took part in a debate in Rhawnhurst last night.
Christine Brann, of Hershey, Pa. (at microphone in photo), is the mother of a young son with a severe form of epilepsy. She believes medical marijuana is the only course of treatment left to her son.
The battle of words is heating up between Marjorie Margolies and Daylin Leach, each vying to replace Allyson Schwartz in Congress.
Chris discusses William Shatner’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama’s Sunday habits, and an outrage caused by Joan Rivers on the Today Show. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
Four Democrats are running to replace Congresswoman Alyson Schwartz in Pennsylvania’s 13th district, including one unconventional candidate whose campaign is getting a boost from an unusual source.
Chris Stigall analyzed how the upcoming primaries in both her race and the race for Governor will impact Democrats in general elections later in the year.
Chris covers New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s State of the State Address and the upcoming push in Pennsylvania to legalize medical marijuana. He talks to State Senator Daylin Leach and Frank Gaffney from the Center for Security Policy.
“If I were the speaker (of the Pennsylvania House), I would refer the bill to another committee,” Sen. Daylin Leach said today. “There is no law that requires this to be referred to the state government committee.”
Bring your own bag to the store, or pay a two-cent fee for each plastic one you get. That’s the idea of one Pennsylvania lawmaker.
Protests were held around the country and the world Saturday against agribusiness giant Monsanto.
They’ve played at Live Aid, and on Tuesday the legendary Philadelphia band The Hooters took over the state capitol’s east wing rotunda for a noontime mini-concert.