Senator Sabatina to Host His Annual Senior Expo

State Senator John P. Sabatina Jr. invites you to his Senior Expo on Friday, October 6, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Pennsylvania Army National Guard Armory. Residents of the 5th Senatorial District are invited to meet with representatives from City, State and Federal agencies, and community...
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Sabatina’s ‘Paul’s Law’ Passes Senate Unanimously

HARRISBURG, May 22, 2017 – State Sen. John Sabatina’s legislation to protect critical health services for individuals with special needs was unanimously approved in the Pennsylvania Senate today. Senate Bill 108, “Paul’s Law,” would prohibit organ transplant organizations from discriminating...
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Sabatina Announces State Funds for Tioga Marine Terminal Improvement Project

PHILADELPHIA, April 24, 2017 — The Philadelphia Regional Port Authority was awarded a significant state grant for a rehabilitation project at Tioga Marine Terminal, according to state Sen. John Sabatina, the Democratic chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee. The State Transportation...
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Sabatina Appointed Democratic Chairman of Senate Transportation Committee

PHILADELPHIA, January 3, 2017 — State Sen. John Sabatina, who was sworn in to serve his first full term in the Pennsylvania Senate today, has been appointed to serve as Democratic chair of the Senate Transportation Committee for the 2017-18 legislative session. The Senate Transportation Committee...
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I just completed putting a credit freeze on all four (yes, I include Innovis) national agencies in response to the Equifax breach. So why do we consumers have to pay to have our personal information protected when we don't consent to the credit agency's use nor have any control? In PA we have to pay $10 each to the three major agencies to have a credit freeze instituted. (Equifax has temporarily rescinded the fee because the latest massive breach was theirs).

And why are the credit reporting agencies not held to the highest standards? They ought to be held financially liable for the damage caused by the misuse of their data by identity thieves. That includes reimbursement for financial loss for rejection of applications, reimbursement for erroneous billing and compensation for consumer's time and aggravation in straightening out the messes.

For that matter, given that the credit reporting agencies are for-profit organizations (and make quite a lot of profit) where is the consumer's cut?

I do not appreciate Equifax's cavalier attitude displayed in their slipshod handling of the current breach which affects Republicans and Democrats alike. I ask you and our other legislators to step up and enact legislation with teeth to protect consumers.
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Sen. Sabatina To Host Annual Senior Expo Oct. 6

PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 31, 2017 — Local senior citizens are invited to participate in state Sen. John Sabatina’s annual Senior Expo, which takes place on Friday, Oct. 6 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Pennsylvania National Guard Armory, 2700 Southampton...

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6oct10:00 am- 1:00 amSenior Expo10:00 am - 1:00 am 2700 Southampton Road, Philadelphia, PA 19154Pennsylvania Army National Guard Armory

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