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Philadelphia − January 22, 2018 − Senator Larry Farnese introduced legislation that would mandate transparency from broadband internet providers.
“I believe that everyone should enjoy free access to the internet and since the federal government will no longer ensure that, I’m going to try to do it here in Pennsylvania,” said Senator Farnese. “Free access to the internet has significant social, economic, and educational impacts and we can’t afford to give those up.”
Pennsylvania residents of the 1st Senatorial District who are age 65 and older are invited to have their picture ID taken and application processed for the new SEPTA Key Senior ID card. Please bring a photo ID, driver’s license or other document that verifies proof of age.
Please call my office at 215-952-3121 for an appointment.
Harrisburg – December 22, 2017 – State Sen. Larry Farnese (D-Philadelphia) hailed today’s announcement of more than $20 million in state investment for an assortment of projects in Philadelphia, including the Walnut Street Theatre, a new manufacturing center at the Philadelphia Navy Shipyard and Aramark, among other projects.
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November 2, 2017: ‘A form of daily terror’: Pa. lawmakers gather to address street harassment - WHYY
November 1, 2017: Local Lawmakers Host Round Table Discussion About Ending Street Harassment - NBC 10
October 18, 2017: Republican Lawmakers Seek to Strip Chip-Insured Kids of Trans-Related Coverage - Philadelphia Gay News