Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania en Softened Changes For Union Exemption On 'Fast Track' <p>A state proposal to change rules for unions involved in a labor dispute is on the fast track to becoming law.<br /><br />Under state law, unions in Pennsylvania are allowed to harass, stalk, and threaten to use weapons of mass destruction if they’re involved in a labor dispute.<br /><br />Legislation that started as an effort to end that exemption now just kind of massages it.<br /><br />A Senate committee on Tuesday approved changes to allow stalking and harassment if it is used in the pursuit of constitutionally-protected or legally-protected activity.<br /> Wed, 02 Apr 2014 11:41:44 +0000 Mary Wilson 26884 at Pro-liquor Privatization Ad Homes in on Key Senator <p>A conservative group is turning up the heat on a key state Republican senator who’s voiced skepticism about the liquor privatization plan approved by the House.<br><br>A <a href=";">television ad</a> launched by the conservative group Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania, which doesn’t disclose its funders, paints Bucks County state Sen. Chuck McIlhinney as being against selling off the state stores.<br> Thu, 25 Apr 2013 13:39:27 +0000 Mary Wilson 8456 at