Pennsylvania Senate Hall of Shame

Scott Wagner has created a Pennsylvania Senate Hall of Shame
State Sen. Scott Wagner (R-28)

The Pennsylvania State Senate now has a Hall of Shame, believe it or not.

Sen. Scott Wagner, yesterday, March 17, noted in a column celebrating the first anniversary of his historic write-in win over a party-endorsed candidate to represent the 28th District that among his accomplishments was installation of plaques underneath the portraits hanging in the Capitol of former lawmakers that were convicted of abusing their office.

“The plaques tell the story of the lawmaker’s conviction so that viewers are made aware of the shame brought to the Commonwealth by these individuals,” he said.

Great job and great idea.

Pennsylvania Senate Hall of Shame

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