Democratic Senators Intervene in Fracking Lawsuit Against DRBC
PA Senate Dems Again Call for Legislative Window of Justice for Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse & More Protections for the Future
Pa Senate Democrats Introduce Legislation to Get Justice for Adult Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse
Kearney, Comitta, Santarsiero to Hold Virtual Townhall on COVID-19 Vaccine
WEST CHESTER (December 29, 2020) – State Senator-Elect Carolyn Comitta, state Senator Tim Kearney, and state Senator Steve Santarsiero will hold a virtual townhall meeting with Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine to answer residents’ questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and discuss the Commonwealth’s vaccination plan.
Statement: 16 Democratic State Senators Denounce Frivolous Election Lawsuits and Continued Attempts to Undermine our Democracy
PA Senate Democrats Urge Action on Legislation for Working Families, Pledge to Oppose Partisan COVID Task Force
State Senate Committee Holds Delaware County Hearing on State’s Opioid Epidemic
Group of Democratic State Senators Request Hearing or Committee Vote on Bills Aimed at Protecting Quality, Stable Health Care in PA
Members of Pa Senate Democratic Caucus Request Disaster Declaration on Gun Violence
Senator Kearney, Four Fellow Freshmen Senators, Introduce Bill to Eliminate Statute of Limitations for Sexual Offenses
Harrisburg, PA, – April 10, 2019 – Senator Tim Kearney and his four freshman Senate colleagues – Senators Lindsey Williams, Katie Muth, Steve Santarsiero, and Maria Collett – were joined by almost all members of the Senate Democrats in introducing legislation to abolish the statute of limitations for sexual abuse, assault, and misconduct.
Senate Democrats to Introduce Legislation to Abolish Statute of Limitations For Sexual Offenses
Companion Legislation to Expand #MeToo PA Act Provisions Proposed by Democratic Senators
Harrisburg – March 25, 2019 – Sens. Maria Collett (D-Bucks/Montgomery), Tim Kearney (D-Chester/Delaware), Katie Muth (D-Berks/Chester/Montgomery), Steve Santarsiero (D-Bucks), and Lindsey Williams (D-Allegheny) are sponsoring legislation to expand reforms included in the #MeToo PA General Assembly Act.