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Kenyatta condemns Republican attempt to block gender-neutral driver’s licenses in PA

Kenyatta condemns Republican attempt to block gender-neutral driver’s licenses in PA

(Sep 05, 2019)

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 5 – State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila., is condemning the efforts of House Republicans to stop PennDOT from offering gender-neutral driver’s licenses in Pennsylvania. In July, PennDOT announced its plans to let gender-queer and non-binary individuals select a neutral option for gender on driver’s licenses. This week, Rep. Jesse Topper, R-Bedford, announced plans to introduce a bill blocking the change. “Sometimes we see really dumb ideas come out of Harrisburg and this bill is a prime example. Allowing all Pennsylvanians to have an ID that reflects their gender identity is common sense and doesn’t infringe on the rights of anyone else,” Kenyatta said. “There is no good reason to block this change from happening, other than to play politics with the lives of those who are already marginalized. “I fully support the Wolf administration’s initiative to add an ‘X’ to the forms so that non-binary, trans, and other queer Pennsylvanians have an option that they feel best represents them,” Kenyatta continued. “This bill should never make it to the floor and if it does it should be soundly defeated. We have serious things to focus on like stemming gun violence, restoring General Assistance, and expanding job opportunities for all Pennsylvanians. This is silly season. “ Kenyatta also called on other House members to join him in his vehement opposition to the bill which he Read more

 

Kenyatta calls for action following city’s 7th mass shooting this year

(Aug 15, 2019)

PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 15 – State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta on Thursday commended the bravery of Philadelphia Police Department officers and skill of medical professionals who were called to action after six police officers were shot Wednesday in Philadelphia’s seventh mass shooting this year. “I am grateful to the police commissioner and his officers, the mayor and district attorney for ending yesterday’s gun violence without any additional injury to the suspect, officers or the public,” Kenyatta said. “I was at the hospital last night for hours and saw the bravery of our officers and medical professionals firsthand. I also saw the anguish of having to deal with yet another shooting in our beloved city. North Philly is a beautiful community of hardworking folks and this is not why we should be receiving national media attention. “I am shocked by how much firepower was in that house and call again on Harrisburg and Washington to lay down the rigid ideology that has prevented action on this issue to date so we can finally do something about these guns. Our city, state and country are in crisis. Further delay would be criminal.” Read more

 

Kenyatta, Dawkins condemn latest act of gun violence involving multiple officers

(Aug 14, 2019)

PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 14 – State Reps. Jason Dawkins and Malcolm Kenyatta, both D-Phila., tonight are reacting to the ongoing office involved shooting in North Philadelphia. Dawkins is chairman of the House Philadelphia Delegation while Kenyatta is vice chairman. “First and foremost my prayers are with the officers injured in today’s incident,” Kenyatta said. “I’m fervently praying for a speedy end to this situation. I urge folks in the area to stay indoors and follow police instructions. When our law enforcement agents put on their uniforms and go into the field every one of their families prays to not see headlines like we’re seeing today. There are far too many guns on our streets, and today’s incident is one more sober reminder of it.” Dawkins agreed. “As 80 children waited in place at a nearby daycare and Temple University went on lockdown, I not only thought of these young people and their families, I thought of all the lawmakers in Harrisburg and across the nation who for years have turned a blind eye to this anguish and devastation. While I pray for the injured officers and their families, and all of those affected by this ongoing standoff, I also strengthen my resolve to hold this state and our nation accountable for any more lives lost to senseless gun violence.” Dawkins, Kenyatta and a number of their colleagues recently called for an emergency session of the General Read more

 

Kenyatta, Policy Committee discuss environmental justice in disadvantaged communities

(Aug 13, 2019)

PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 13 – State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila., held a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing today at Lutheran Settlement House to discuss environmental justice. Kenyatta requested the hearing in his legislative district, the 181 st , to discuss environmental justice and health issues affecting Pennsylvanians, particularly those in disadvantaged communities. He was joined by state legislators from across the state, including Policy Committee Chairman Mike Sturla, D-Lancaster. “In Philadelphia, many of our residents send their children to school buildings where lead paint poses a serious health risk, many of our residents are dealing with health issues related to air quality, and many of our residents are seeing daily the impact of pollution,” Kenyatta said. Sturla added, “People in our urban centers, especially those people in disadvantaged communities, are being put at risk by the environmental factors around them. Today’s hearing provided an opportunity for experts in the field to explore those risk factors and possible solutions.” Testifiers included Justin Dula, eastern regional coordinator for the Office of Environmental Justice, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection; Dr. Marilyn Howarth, director of community outreach and engagement, University of Pennsylvania’s Center of Excellence in Environmental Toxicology; Ebony Griffin, staff attorney for Environmental Justice, The Public Interest Read more

 

Kenyatta, legislators call for special session to address gun violence

(Aug 08, 2019)

HARRISBURG, Aug. 7 – Following the recent deadly shootings in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas, state Reps. Kevin Boyle, Malcolm Kenyatta, and Danielle Friel Otten were joined by other legislators to call on Gov. Tom Wolf to convene a special session of the House and Senate to address gun violence in the commonwealth. “From Ohio to Texas, California to Pennsylvania, one shooting is one too many. People should not have to fear for their lives by just walking out of their house, going to the store or attending an event in their community. These tragedies are beyond commonplace,” Boyle said. “The continuous lack of action and the thoughts and prayers mentality must be a thing of the past. We can no longer stand idly by and watch communities and families being torn apart by these senseless acts of violence. The time to act on commonsense gun reform in Pennsylvania must be now.” Boyle added there is legislation pending in both the House and Senate that includes bills to ban assault weapons, close the loophole for gun background checks, and adopt Extreme Risk Protective Orders that equip families, law enforcement, and the courts to temporarily restrict access to guns for people at risk of violence to themselves or others. Kenyatta stated that the ongoing gun violence in Pennsylvania, particularly in Philadelphia, has become a public epidemic. Kenyatta said, “I’ve sat with way too many families who have lost loved ones to gun Read more

 

Kenyatta Calls on Governor to Convene Special Session on Gun Violence

(Aug 08, 2019)

Pa. state Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta held a press conference to urge Governor Wolf to bring the House and Senate back to Harrisburg for a special session to address gun violence following recent deadly shootings in Texas and Ohio, and the many shootings across Pennsylvania in recent years. Read more

 

Kenyatta commends citizen who reported suspicious statements in Temple University terroristic threats case

(Aug 05, 2019)

PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 5 – State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta on Monday commended the citizen who reported hearing suspicious statements by a man later charged with terroristic threats involving Temple University . “’If you see something, say something,’ has become a mantra of public safety experts, but it’s not always advice the general public follows,” Kenyatta said Monday. “Last week, an employee in the sporting goods department of a store heard something that did not sit right with them. That employee reported what they heard, and the store took the report seriously and passed it along to law enforcement. Thanks to that quick-thinking employee, a man who police say had made multiple purchases of ammunition, knives, small-cylinder propane bottles, and other items, has been arrested.” According to news reports , a store employee overheard a 29-year-old man talking to another customer about the security at Temple University on July 31, while he was buying ammunition. The man was asking questions about the campus police’s response time and commenting that the customer would see him in the news in the next two weeks. A store employee overheard the conversation and reported it to a manager. Police investigated the case and filed charges against the 29-year-old. Temple University President Richard M. Englert said Monday that the university was immediately made aware of the situation and remains in contact with local and Read more

 

Kenyatta praises Wolf’s executive order to protect children from abuse

(Jul 31, 2019)

HARRISBURG, July 31 – State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila., announced his praise for Gov. Tom Wolf’s executive order creating an Office of Advocacy and Reform, with a new child advocate position. “As elected officials, protecting children is one of the greatest responsibilities we have,” Kenyatta said. “I have been leading this issue in Harrisburg because it’s up to us to ensure that the kids at Glen Mills, and all other facilities like it, are safe. I want to see everyone responsible for the mistreatment of the children at Glen Mills School held fully accountable. This is a step in the right direction.” In March, Kenyatta introduced H.R. 320 to urge the state Department of Human Services to investigate allegations of abuse and review procedures for reporting potential child abuse in all state-licensed reform schools following reports of abuse at Glen Mills School. Today, Wolf, citing revelations of violence against children at the Glen Mills Schools, ordered the state to restructure its oversight of Pennsylvania’s juvenile residential programs. Wolf also instructed state agencies to reduce the number of children placed in institutions across the state and increase accountability for these institutions. Read more

 

Kenyatta: North Philly non-profit receives $4.5M Department of Labor reentry grant

(Jul 25, 2019)

PHILADELPHIA, July 25 — State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila., announced that OIC of America was awarded a U.S. Department of Labor Reentry Grant totaling $4.5 million, which will be used to expand its Skills, Opportunities, Achievement, and Responsibility program. These grants give organizations the opportunity to develop methods that maximize participants' inclusion and integration into society, employment opportunities, family support, and economic and social self-sufficiency. The funds will be used to address the full range of challenges faced by justice-involved individuals transitioning back to the community. “I’m thrilled that this funding will come to the district to help this great organization continue its work bringing formerly incarcerated individuals back home successfully and without friction,” Kenyatta said. “This will help provide positive work and education opportunities to participants and enable them to become productive, responsible members of the community. ” The SOAR program will expand to serve 570 additional participants, bringing the total number of individuals served to nearly 3,000 by 2022. OIC of America is based in Philadelphia and operates as a national network of community-based organizations that focuses mainly on vocational training, job readiness, healthcare, education, reentry, and youth development. Read more

 

Kenyatta applauds Community Legal Services and Disability Rights Pennsylvania for lawsuit to save General Assistance

(Jul 22, 2019)

PHILADELPHIA , July 22 – State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta on Monday applauded Community Legal Services of Philadelphia and Disability Rights Pennsylvania for filing a class-action lawsuit on behalf of the more than 11,000 people who are set to lose General Assistance funding when the program ends Aug. 1. “Community Legal Services and Disability Rights Pennsylvania are speaking out on behalf of the most vulnerable among us in filing this lawsuit,” said Kenyatta, D-Phila. “Many of those who receive General Assistance are people who have a temporary or permanent disability that keeps them from work. “I and many of my Democratic colleagues spoke out on behalf of these citizens when we urged our Republican colleagues to save General Assistance,” Kenyatta said. “We were not heard in Harrisburg, but hopefully this lawsuit will be heard and heeded, and General Assistance can be saved.” In June, the General Assembly voted to end General Assistance, despite the pleas from many, including Kenyatta. Earlier this month, Kenyatta and state Rep. Melissa Shusterman introduced legislation to create an Emergency Relief program , funding for which would come from the state’s General Fund, to provide relief to those who will lose General Assistance. General Assistance provides about $200 of cash assistance to about 11,000 people across the state, including grandparents caring for their grandchildren, pregnant mothers and wounded Read more

 

Kenyatta hopeful organizations will save St. Christopher’s Children Hospital from closing

(Jul 18, 2019)

PHILADELPHIA, July 17 — Today, state Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila., announced his support for four organizations that are coming together to attempt to buy St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children. Einstein Healthcare Network, Jefferson Health, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and Temple Health have joined forces to negotiate the acquisition of the hospital from its owner, American Academic Health System. “I’m thrilled that these healthcare groups have decided to come together to save this important children’s hospital from closure,” Kenyatta said. “These kids will be able to continue their care without relocating and it will help protect jobs for many of the nurses and doctors. ” The group will submit a letter of intent to the owner in hopes of keeping the doors to St. Christopher’s open while the sale is discussed. All four organizations use St. Christopher’s as a training hospital for their medical education programs. Kenyatta also opposed the closing of Hahnemann, which recently stopped admitting patients into the emergency room. Read more

 

Rep. Kenyatta presents grant funding to two Philadelphia organizations for improvement projects

(Jul 05, 2019)

PHILADELPHIA , July 5 – State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila., presented $30,000 in grant funding to two Philadelphia organizations today, which will be used on improvement projects. Kenyatta, who helped secure the state funds, presented a $15,000 check to Grands as Parents at its office on 2227 N. Broad St. The organization supports grandparents who currently serve as the caregivers for their grandchildren. “Grandparents as the primary caregivers of their grandchildren is becoming more common in our community. As lawmakers, we need to do all we can to help organizations like Grands as Parents continue to support these loving people,” Kenyatta said. The funding will go toward revitalizing its meeting space with new paint, heating system repairs, resealing the roof, and installation of a new floor. “This contribution from Representative Kenyatta is very important to us because most of the work we do around supporting grandparents and other caregivers isn't generally recognized with major government funding. So, this is a big, big plus for us. With the upgrades and building improvements this grant will cover, we won't have to worry about the safety of our kids here, and how we can provide a better place for these families,” Jean Hackney of Grands as Parents said. Kenyatta also presented a $15,000 check to Urban Creators, a community-collaborative which turned 3 acres of blighted land into a network of sustainable urban farms. Read more

 

Reps. Shusterman and Kenyatta team up to return emergency relief program for those hurt by elimination of General Assistance

(Jul 03, 2019)

HARRISBURG, July 3 – With the General Assistance program and the lifeline it provides to more than 11,000 Pennsylvanians set to expire on Aug. 1, state Reps. Melissa L. Shusterman and Malcolm Kenyatta are introducing legislation to provide emergency relief to those previously receiving General Assistance. “We must help our most vulnerable citizens,” said Shusterman, D-Chester/Montgomery. “Our neighbors who relied on the roughly $200 a month General Assistance provided are veterans and their caregivers, victims of domestic violence, adults receiving substance abuse treatment and grandparents caring for their grandchildren. “The benefits of the program for our neediest neighbors far exceeded the cost,” Shusterman said. “That’s why Representative Kenyatta and I are introducing legislation to create a new Emergency Relief fund.” Funding for the Emergency Relief program would come from the state’s general fund. Kenyatta, D-Phila., said he and Shusterman plan to visit one another’s districts and hear from the people who’ll be hurt when the General Assistance program ends. “Those who stand to lose out when General Assistance ends are real people,” Kenyatta said. “We want to hear their stories and see their faces. We want them to know we will do all we can to help them achieve stability and self-sufficiency, and we believe an Emergency Relief program is a way to give them a hand Read more

 

Kenyatta: Hahnemann University Hospital closure is unacceptable

(Jul 02, 2019)

HARRISBURG, July 2 – State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila., has issued a statement in response to news that Hahnemann University Hospital will be following through with its plans to close after filing for bankruptcy Sunday night. “By closing its doors, Hahnemann University Hospital is going to leave 2,500 employees without jobs and force patients to look elsewhere for timely treatment,” Kenyatta said. “This is the beginning of a public health crisis.” Kenyatta said he stands in agreement with Dr. Rachel Levine, the Pennsylvania Department of Health secretary, who issued a cease and desist letter to the owner of Hahnemann to prohibit the site’s closure until a state approved plan is established to ensure a safe transition for patients. It also prevents the hospital from closing its emergency room center as planned. “It’s unacceptable to shut down the emergency room center at this hospital just days before the Fourth of July holiday weekend, especially as Philadelphia is experiencing an increase in gun violence,” Kenyatta added. “That is why I’m also calling on Mayor Kenney to refuse sale to the buyers who wish to convert Hahnemann University Hospital into luxury apartments. Buyers should only be considered if they will continue to operate the site as a hospital.” Hahnemann, a level 1 trauma center, serves around 40,000 emergency room patients each year. Read more

 

Philly lawmakers continue fight to save general assistance, fight poverty in GOP-controlled legislature

(Jun 26, 2019)

PHILADELPHIA, June 26 – State Reps. Jason Dawkins, Malcolm Kenyatta, and Elizabeth Fiedler, all D-Phila. and leaders of the House Philadelphia Delegation, today said they will continue their fight to save the General Assistance program and help people living in poverty, despite the many roadblocks being put up by Republican leaders in this month’s state budget debate. Last week the House passed legislation (H.B. 33) that would eliminate Pennsylvania’s General Assistance program, which provides about $200 per month to people who are temporarily or permanently unable to work because of disability or other hardship and costs the state about $50 million per year. Every Democrat but one voted against the measure. It passed the Senate today also along party lines, 26-24. “House Democrats put up nearly 30 amendments last week to save this lifeline for the more than 10,000 Pennsylvanians who rely on it to afford the most basic of necessities,” said Dawkins, chairman of the Philadelphia Delegation. “But our efforts to save it and help the most vulnerable among us continue to be met with indifference and derision by the Republican-led majority.” Kenyatta, vice chairman of the delegation, praised his Senate colleagues for attempting to offer the same amendments to save the program as House Democrats and denounced GOP tactics in both chambers. He said Senate President pro tempore Joe Scarnati today ruled Senate Read more

 

Kenyatta working to keep Hahnemann open

(Jun 26, 2019)

HARRISBURG, June 26 – State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila., today expressed his dismay with the announcement that Hahnemann University Hospital plans to close its doors . “As a former program coordinator at Hahnemann University Hospital, this is personal for me,” Kenyatta said. “I know a great number of people who work at Hahnemann, who will be among the roughly 3,000 people to lose their job if the hospital closes. “This historic hospital serves a low-income patient population, and is a teaching hospital, training doctors and nurses. Its closure would put more stress on other Philadelphia-area hospitals that are already experiencing emergency room wait times that are far and above the state and national averages. To close it would be devastating to residents who rely on it for accessible health care, to Drexel University and to our economy alike.” The day Hahnemann officials announced it would close, Kenyatta and other members of the Philadelphia delegation wrote to Gov. Tom Wolf, asking that he use every available power to keep Hahnemann open. The letter is available here . Kenyatta said he would continue to work with fellow lawmakers, the governor, the city and Hahnemann officials to find a way to keep the hospital open and serving the city. Read more

 

Kenyatta seeks passage of 'Phillip’s Law'

(Jun 12, 2019)

HARRISBURG, June 12 – State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila., today announced the formal introduction of bipartisan legislation aimed at ensuring adequate mental health resources for students in public schools. Known as “Phillip’s Law,” the bill ( H.B. 1622 ) would require the Department of Education to investigate the number of school mental health professionals available to students, as well as make recommendations on how to increase their numbers to meet nationally accepted levels. It was introduced by Kenyatta and state Reps. Wendi Thomas, R-Bucks, and Joanna McClinton, D-Phila. Kenyatta suggested the legislation following the death of an 11-year-old student from his district, Phillip, who committed suicide after school. The child’s family said he urgently tried to get the attention of support staff but was unable to connect. “When an 11-year-old takes his life, everyone must take stock of how and why children can get that far in their despair,” Kenyatta said. “The tragedy of Phillip’s passing sheds light on the fact that school mental health professionals are not always available or equipped to identify and intervene when a child is suffering. In fact, there is no mandate for schools to retain mental health staff, and there certainly is not enough funding provided for it. But there should be.” Kenyatta recently created an action item on his website, www.pahouse.com/Kenyatta , to give Pennsylvanians the Read more

 

Kenyatta introduces House resolution to honor the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots

(Jun 06, 2019)

HARRISBURG, June 6 – State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila., introduced a House resolution this week to commemorate the 50 th anniversary of the Stonewall riots and the legacy of the transgender women of color, Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera. “As we celebrate Pride month in June and recognize the achievements of the LGBTQI community, it’s important to remember that one of the most influential moments in our history began with a brick,” Kenyatta said. “The Stonewall riots inspired a movement of LGBTQI liberation and countless other protests across the world and led to the formation of many of the important LGBTQI organizations that lead the fight for equality today.” Kenyatta added that this resolution serves as a reminder of the work that lies ahead in ensuring LGBTQ I equality in Pennsylvania. He has also been an avid supporter of the Pennsylvania Fairness Act, which would extend protection against housing and job discrimination to LGBTQ I Pennsylvanians. Read more

 

Kenyatta bill to ensure permanence of ‘Stop and Go’ enforcement clears committee

(Jun 04, 2019)

HARRISBURG, June 4 – Legislation authored by state Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila., to make Pennsylvania’s law that better deals with “stop and go” nuisance establishments ironclad, today was approved by the House Liquor Control Committee. Kenyatta’s bill (H.B. 1434) would move the language that cracks down on nuisance establishments, which was originally included in the state Fiscal Code (Act 44 of 2017), to the state Liquor Code. He said the Liquor Code is the correct place for this important law. “They key to holding ‘stop and go’ businesses accountable is to ensure the law is solid and enforceable,” Kenyatta said. “Since this landmark law passed in October 2017, we have seen an increase in investigations by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board and, ultimately, stricter compliance. However, the language of the law was placed in a state code that deals with financial matters of state government. It’s no place for liquor enforcement, and I am glad the members of the Liquor Control Committee agree.” Under the 2017 law, if the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board finds that a licensed establishment does not meet the seating, square footage, food, or health requirements under the state Liquor Code, it can suspend the license immediately. The law also gives local governments the power to recommend that the LCB investigate establishments believed to be failing to meet code requirements. “I am Read more

 

Kenyatta appointed to Suicide Prevention Task Force

(May 30, 2019)

State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, D-Phila, responds to statewide Suicide Prevention Task Force appointment: Thank you to Governor Wolf for this appointment to the unprecedented Suicide Prevention Task Force. As public servants, we are obligated to ensure our residents are physically, emotionally and mentally well. I look forward to working with the governor and my colleagues to help Pennsylvanians in crisis know that they are valued and to develop long-term solutions to curb this depressingly increasing trend. Suicide is the 10 th national leading cause of death, according to a 2018 report from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. This tragedy hit home when I received a phone call from the grandmother of 11-year-old Phillip, a child from my district, informing me he died as a result of suicide, as a result of being constantly bullied. He sought help from the few mental health professionals at his school, but he was told to wait. He later went home and took his own life. For me, this was the worst day since being elected, but I made the choice to mourn with a mission. In Phillip’s memory and to prevent the loss of another young life to this tragedy, I introduced legislation-Phillip’s Law- to ensure mental health help is available when students need it most. If you or someone you love is in crisis or you are considering harming yourself, free help is available 24/7 through the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Read more

 

Kenyatta condemns Republican attempt to block gender-neutral driver’s licenses in PA
Sep 05, 2019

Kenyatta calls for action following city’s 7th mass shooting this year
Aug 15, 2019

Kenyatta, Dawkins condemn latest act of gun violence involving multiple officers
Aug 14, 2019

Kenyatta, Policy Committee discuss environmental justice in disadvantaged communities
Aug 13, 2019

Kenyatta, legislators call for special session to address gun violence
Aug 08, 2019

Kenyatta Calls on Governor to Convene Special Session on Gun Violence
Aug 08, 2019

Kenyatta commends citizen who reported suspicious statements in Temple University terroristic threats case
Aug 05, 2019

Kenyatta praises Wolf’s executive order to protect children from abuse
Jul 31, 2019

Kenyatta: North Philly non-profit receives $4.5M Department of Labor reentry grant
Jul 25, 2019

Kenyatta applauds Community Legal Services and Disability Rights Pennsylvania for lawsuit to save General Assistance
Jul 22, 2019

Kenyatta hopeful organizations will save St. Christopher’s Children Hospital from closing
Jul 18, 2019

Rep. Kenyatta presents grant funding to two Philadelphia organizations for improvement projects
Jul 05, 2019

Reps. Shusterman and Kenyatta team up to return emergency relief program for those hurt by elimination of General Assistance
Jul 03, 2019

Kenyatta: Hahnemann University Hospital closure is unacceptable
Jul 02, 2019

Philly lawmakers continue fight to save general assistance, fight poverty in GOP-controlled legislature
Jun 26, 2019

Kenyatta working to keep Hahnemann open
Jun 26, 2019

Kenyatta seeks passage of 'Phillip’s Law'
Jun 12, 2019

Kenyatta introduces House resolution to honor the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots
Jun 06, 2019

Kenyatta bill to ensure permanence of ‘Stop and Go’ enforcement clears committee
Jun 04, 2019

Kenyatta appointed to Suicide Prevention Task Force
May 30, 2019