Pulling out all the stops for a Public Integrity Commission

Posted by By at 15 February, at 17 : 28 PM Print

Representative Curt Schroder is pulling out all the stops to get his bill to create a Public Integrity Commission out on to the floor for a vote. Rock The Capital obtained a letter Schroder sent yesterday to Governor Corbett.

Schroder (R-Chester) is urging the governor to support a measure that is gaining widespread support throughout the state. Schroder as well as other early supporters have already identified a way to pay for the commission without impacting the budget.

You can read the letter in its entirety by clicking on Rock The Capital, and if you would like to learn more about the proposal just click here.

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