Banning Powdered Alcohol
“People should be very worried about the potential damage powdered alcohol can have in society, which is why I am proposing to outlaw the sale and consumption of this new breed of cocktail,” says Senator Kitchen.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 6, 2015 – As one-in-four working-aged Americans carry a criminal record, a leading Philadelphia Democratic state lawmaker and one of Philadelphia’s grassroots advocacy and recovery support groups will hold a special clinic Thursday, Oct. 15, to help job… Continue reading →
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 28, 2015 – State Sen. Shirley Kitchen and i.d.e.a.l. Magazine (Individuals with Disabilities Express About Life) will host the Disability Employed Leadership Symposium (D.E.L.), Oct. 3, on the Temple University Health Sciences Campus. October is National Disability Employment… Continue reading →
HARRISBURG, Sept. 18, 2015 – Sidestepping their pledge to work together on a balanced state budget that moves Pennsylvania forward, Sen. Shirley M. Kitchen today voted against the Republican stopgap budget because it would continue to hurt taxpayers and the… Continue reading →
HARRISBURG, Sept. 18, 2015 – One of two bills that would make it nearly impossible for anyone in Pennsylvania to sell or transport so-called “powdered alcohol” has been overwhelmingly approved by the Senate. Senate Bill 773, proposed by state Sen…. Continue reading →