is very active in encouraging farmers to use crop insurance, and started to pay part of the premium for farmers in 2000.
2 percent for the Pennsylvania
System of School Assessment test was, according to the state's Education Department, "exceptionally below" the state average of 59 percent in 2002.
Edie Klein (D) (Pine Forest Camp) Pennsylvania
* 1988-90 ACA National President
, which in 2000 had the second-highest amount of malpractice judgments and settlements in the nation, Philadelphia is the plaintiff's jurisdiction of choice.
If the amended standards are adopted, not only would Pennsylvania
likely lose the distinction of teaching excellent science, it would also invite the criticism heaped on the Kansas Board of Education for similar tactics in the summer of 1999.
, which had the largest free black population in the North in 1850, was rocked by the Fugitive Slave Law.
Fountains in Lafayette Park would be expanded and improved, and gatehouses would be placed where 15th Street and 17th Street cross Pennsylvania
Adding insult to injury (from a capitalist standpoint), a third provision of the Pennsylvania
law guaranteed severance pay for dislocated workers and the continuance of existing labor contracts once a hostile takeover bid had begun.
On his return to the Pennsylvania
State Police, the trooper became the supervisor of the CIA Unit, which at that time consisted of 25 officers.
Forest Service, Pennsylvania
Department of Environmental Resource's Bureau of Forestry, and the Ruffed Grouse Society.
The facility is intended to help relieve overcrowding in the Pennsylvania
state prison system.
Muller, chief executive officer of the University of Pennsylvania