Two Decades After 9/11, Have PA Lawmakers Forgotten How To Unite During Tragedies?
HARRISBURG, PA (WSKG) - There were memorial services and lawmakers sporting American flag pins. Just weeks after the attacks, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge summed up the moment in his farewell address:
“As a nation, we suffered a shocking and terrible attack. But as a nation, we have found our collective voice,” he said before a joint session of the legislature. “We are unified, and that is what our adversaries fear most.”
Now, we’re in a partisan era in which, for example, some lawmakers argued against public health measures during a pandemic. CLICK HERE.