State legislators are, for the most part, in their district offices this month. Why not take the time to set up a face-to-face meeting with them? Now would be an excellent time to bring your concerns to them — a vote they cast, a bill they co-sponsored, a bill that should be introduced?? Let them know. They are your elected representatives in Harrisburg!
Economic prosperity” is promised by homosexual activists pushing municipalities to pass human relations ordinances which in essence are homosexual special rights ordinances. Local elected officials are told passage of these ordinances will draw the ‘best and brightest’ which is in itself a slap in the face of those who oppose these ordinances. The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide traditional values group, has warned municipalities considering these ordinances that economic bliss is not on the horizon simply because they adopt special protections for homosexuals.
Since the Commonwealth’s founding in 1682, Pennsylvania’s capitals have been located in the cities of Philadelphia, Lancaster and Harrisburg. William Penn chose Philadelphia as the capital of his colony because of its prime shipping location on the Delaware River. The city was the center of politics, wealth and trade in the 1700s. For its first […]