|A Sensei’s Journey|
It’s headed to the state House, but may lack for one easy amendment:
If the bill becomes law, there would be five appointees from the state — one from the governor and one each by Democratic and Republican caucuses in the House and Senate — and six from the county: four appointments would come from the county executive and two would come from county council members of the opposite party of the executive.
Two of the county executive’s four appointments would need to come from a list of potential appointees developed by disability groups, the Allegheny Conference on Community Development and the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission. (P-G, Kate Giammarise)