Penn Record| Carrie Salls| February 21, 2018
HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Coalition for Civil Justice Reform Executive Director Curt Schroder said his organization looks forward to working with the next chairs of the state’s judiciary committees following announcements that both of the current leaders oplan to retire.
Rep. Ron Marsico and Sen. Stewart Greenleaf, both Republicans, each recently announced their retirements in unrelated decisions that the PCCJR said “will prompt a significant shift in the leadership of the powerful committees.”
“The Pennsylvania Coalition for Civil Justice Reform looks forward to having a close working relationship with the next chairs of the House and Senate judiciary committees,” Schroder told the Pennsylvania Record. “We greatly appreciate the leadership of retiring House judiciary chair Ron Marsico and hope that future chairs will show the same sense of fairness exhibited by chairman Marsico.” Read more.