Pennsylvania state employees in same-sex relationships will now be able to obtain the same medical benefits for their partners as heterosexual married employees.
Seth Williams (#55) Controller:
Alan Butkovitz (#58) Supreme Court:
Jack Panella (#1) Superior Court:
Anne Lazarus (#4)
John Younge (#5)
Robert Colville (#7) Commonwealth Court:
Jimmy Lynn (#10)
Stephen Pollack (#11) Court of Common Pleas:
Robert Coleman (#20)
Angeles Roca (#21)
Donna Woelpper (#26)
Sharon Williams-Losier (#27) Roxanne Covington (#30)
Dan Anders (#34)
Joyce Eubanks (#38) Municipal Court:
Dawn Segal (#40)
Charles Hayden (#42)
Joseph Waters (#45)
Pat Dugan (#51).
Love-letter writing may be secondary to e-mailing, text messaging, Facebook and other instant methods of expressing one’s abounding affection for his or her sweetheart, but the City of Philadelphia is going old school and putting pen to paper in a new effort to court residents and visitors.
In a unanimous vote April 30, Philadelphia City Council approved a resolution that urges the Pennsylvania House to approve a nondiscrimination bill that would extend protections to the LGBT community.
PAC members view Morris records
A contingent of the city’s Police Advisory Commission visited the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office on April 30 to view additional records in the Nizah Morris homicide.