2015 There Ought to be a Law contest

Each year, State Rep. Tim Briggs encourages area fifth-grade students to write an essay about a law that would improve their school, community or state. Over 400 essays were submitted this year, on topics ranging from a ban on non-biodegradable plastic bags to the establishment of learning gardens in state schools.

Sofia Walczak of Penn Wynne Elementary School, winner of the sixth annual “There Ought to be a Law” essay contest, joined Rep. Tim Briggs at the state Capitol this week for a tour and official recognition on the floor of the House. Sofia was selected as the winner of this year's contest for her creative essay proposing a law that would regulate the use of road salt during winter to better protect the environment.  Pictured (from left to right) are Sofia's parents, Przemyslaw and Linda, her sister, Ursula, Sofia and state Rep Tim Briggs.

Sofia Walczak of Penn Wynne Elementary School, winner of the sixth annual “There Ought to be a Law” essay contest, joined Rep. Tim Briggs at the state Capitol this week for a tour and official recognition on the floor of the House. Sofia was selected as the winner of this year's contest for her creative essay proposing a law that would regulate the use of road salt during winter to better protect the environment. Pictured (from left to right) are Sofia's parents, Przemyslaw and Linda, her sister, Ursula, Sofia and state Rep Tim Briggs.



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Sofia Walczak of Penn Wynne Elementary School, winner of the sixth annual “There Ought to be a Law” essay contest, joined Rep. Tim Briggs at the state Capitol this week for a tour and official recognition on the floor of the House. Sofia was selected as the winner of this year's contest for her creative essay proposing a law that would regulate the use of road salt during winter to better protect the environment. Pictured (from left to right) are Sofia's parents, Przemyslaw and Linda, her sister, Ursula, Sofia and state Rep Tim Briggs.

Sofia Walczak of Penn Wynne Elementary School, winner of the sixth annual “There Ought to be a Law” essay contest, joined Rep. Tim Briggs at the state Capitol this week for a tour and official recognition on the floor of the House. Sofia was selected as the winner of this year's contest for her creative essay proposing a law that would regulate the use of road salt during winter to better protect the environment.

Sofia Walczak of Penn Wynne Elementary School, winner of the sixth annual “There Ought to be a Law” essay contest, joined Rep. Tim Briggs at the state Capitol this week for a tour and official recognition on the floor of the House. Sofia was selected as the winner of this year's contest for her creative essay proposing a law that would regulate the use of road salt during winter to better protect the environment.



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Sofia Walczak of Penn Wynne Elementary School, winner of the sixth annual “There Ought to be a Law” essay contest, joined Rep. Tim Briggs at the state Capitol this week for a tour and official recognition on the floor of the House. Sofia was selected as the winner of this year's contest for her creative essay proposing a law that would regulate the use of road salt during winter to better protect the environment.

Sofia Walczak of Penn Wynne Elementary School, winner of the sixth annual “There Ought to be a Law” essay contest, joined Rep. Tim Briggs at the state Capitol this week for a tour and official recognition on the floor of the House. Sofia was selected as the winner of this year's contest for her creative essay proposing a law that would regulate the use of road salt during winter to better protect the environment.

Sofia Walczak of Penn Wynne Elementary School, winner of the sixth annual “There Ought to be a Law” essay contest, joined Rep. Tim Briggs at the state Capitol this week for a tour and official recognition on the floor of the House. Sofia was selected as the winner of this year's contest for her creative essay proposing a law that would regulate the use of road salt during winter to better protect the environment.



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Sofia Walczak of Penn Wynne Elementary School, winner of the sixth annual “There Ought to be a Law” essay contest, joined Rep. Tim Briggs at the state Capitol this week for a tour and official recognition on the floor of the House. Sofia was selected as the winner of this year's contest for her creative essay proposing a law that would regulate the use of road salt during winter to better protect the environment.

State Rep. Tim Briggs, D-Montgomery, attends the Upper Merion Area School Board meeting to announce and congratulate the students selected as the finalists of his sixth annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest for fifth-grade students.

State Rep. Tim Briggs, D-Montgomery, attends the Upper Merion Area School Board meeting to announce and congratulate the students selected as the finalists of his sixth annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest for fifth-grade students.



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State Rep. Tim Briggs, D-Montgomery, attends the Upper Merion Area School Board meeting to announce and congratulate the students selected as the finalists of his sixth annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest for fifth-grade students.

State Rep. Tim Briggs, D-Montgomery, attends the Lower Merion Board of School Directors meeting to announce and congratulate the students selected as the winner and finalists of his sixth annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest for fifth-grade students.

State Rep. Tim Briggs, D-Montgomery, attends the Lower Merion Board of School Directors meeting to announce and congratulate the students selected as the winner and finalists of his sixth annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest for fifth-grade students.



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State Rep. Tim Briggs, D-Montgomery, attends the Lower Merion Board of School Directors meeting to announce and congratulate the students selected as the winner and finalists of his sixth annual There Ought to be a Law essay contest for fifth-grade students.