Haywood Urges Congress to Draft Articles of Impeachment

Sen. Art Haywood recently introduced SR 395, a resolution asking the state Senate to call on Congress to draft and adopt articles of impeachment for President Donald J. Trump. “President Trump has consistently shown dereliction of duty and unfitness in the ability to hold the position of President of the United States of America,” Haywood said.  “I urge Congress to immediately draft and adopt articles of impeachment for Donald J. Trump.”

Haywood Urges Congress to Draft Articles of Impeachment

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Haywood: New Law Prompts Testing for Lead in Drinking Water in Schools

Harrisburg, July 18, 2018 – Sen. Art Haywood (D-Philadelphia/Montgomery) said today that provisions in the recently enacted School Code will prompt school districts to test for lead in drinking water in Pennsylvania schools. “A 2014 study...

Racist Club That Called Cops On Black Golfers Urged By State To Change?

By Clarissa Hamlin | Newsone

The five Black women golfers at the center of an attention-grabbing racial profiling case may motivate a Pennsylvania commission to recommend policy reforms at a local golf course. A third hearing was held with the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission Wednesday over the April 21 incident in which activist Sandra Thompson and four other women were removed from the Grandview Golf Club in York.

Read to Succeed program back for a sixth year

By Sam Haut | Philadelphia Public School Notebook

The aim is to increase children’s reading. But the problem is simple math.

State Sen. Vincent Hughes, D-Philadelphia, said that young students who don’t keep up their reading skills during the summer lose an average of three months of the skills and knowledge they gained in school – the so-called “summer slide.” Then that time has to be made up.

Funding to Philadelphia Schools to Eliminate Health Risks Will Improve Safety

Philadelphia – June 29, 2018 – Efforts to eradicate lead, asbestos and mold from Philadelphia schools were bolstered today by the announcement of more than $15 million in state and local funds, according to state Sen. Art Haywood...

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The Pay Report: Fighting to Raise the Minimum Wage in PA

Pennsylvania workers continue to be left behind as this state continues to have a minimum wage that keeps workers below
the poverty line,” Sen. Art Haywood said. “The time to increase the wage is now!”

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Racist Club That Called Cops On Black Golfers Urged By State To Change?

By Clarissa Hamlin | Newsone

The five Black women golfers at the center of an attention-grabbing racial profiling case may motivate a Pennsylvania commission to recommend policy reforms at a local golf course. A third hearing was held with the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission Wednesday over the April 21 incident in which activist Sandra Thompson and four other women were removed from the Grandview Golf Club in York.

Read to Succeed program back for a sixth year

By Sam Haut | Philadelphia Public School Notebook

The aim is to increase children’s reading. But the problem is simple math.

State Sen. Vincent Hughes, D-Philadelphia, said that young students who don’t keep up their reading skills during the summer lose an average of three months of the skills and knowledge they gained in school – the so-called “summer slide.” Then that time has to be made up.

Senator leads call to impeach Trump

By Stacy M. Brown  | The Philadelphia Tribune

Despite President Donald Trump’s executive order to reverse his own policy of separating immigrant children from their parents, state Sen. Art Haywood has introduced a resolution asking his colleagues to call on Congress to draft and adopt articles of impeachment for the president.

Bartolotta’s domestic violence bill advances in House

By J.D. Prose | Beaver County Times

A bill co-sponsored by state Sen. Camera Bartolotta that would help domestic and sexual violence victims who live in public housing unanimously passed a House committee Tuesday.

Senate Bill 919, introduced by Bartolotta, R-46, Carroll Township, Washington County, and Democratic state Sens. Judith Schwank of Berks County and Art Haywood of Montgomery County in October, was approved by the House Urban Affairs Committee and sent to the floor for consideration.

State agency schedules hearings on Grandview discrimination complaint

By David Weissman | York Dispatch

The state’s Human Relations Commission has scheduled hearings to investigate the alleged racial discrimination that occurred at Grandview Golf Club in April.

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