Pennsylvania to honor victims of Pittsburgh terror attack

HARRISBURG, APRIL 8 – On Wednesday the Pennsylvania Legislature will hold a rare joint legislative session to honor the victims of the October terror attack at the Tree of Life building.

Members of the synagogue’s Tree of Life*Or L’Simcha, Dor Hadash and New Light congregations, as well as family members of the victims, will join state Rep. Dan Frankel, D-Allegheny, in attending the event.

The Pennsylvania House and Senate will vote on Frankel’s resolution to establish April 10 as “Stronger Than Hate Day,” to honor the individuals who lost their lives, the first responders and others affected by what was the largest anti-Semitic attack in the history the United States.

Frankel will also address the joint House and Senate session.