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Recusals are rare in the Pennsylvania Legislature

The state Constitution, the state ethics law and legislative rules say lawmakers should not vote on legislation that would confer a special benefit on them. But they’re allowed to vote on legislation generally affecting the fields or professions to which they may have financial ties.

Lawmakers rarely abstain from voting, something Rep. Scott Petri, R-Bucks County, who was Ethics Committee chairman during the past term, attributed to a genuine lack of conflicts.

In reviewing the House journal for the 20-month period ending Sept. 22, the Post-Gazette found only three instances of House members recusing themselves because of conflicts. Transcripts for session days since Sept. 22 are not yet online. 

Under Senate rules, lawmakers do not recuse themselves but publicly explain their situation to the presiding officer and ask whether they can vote. 

Bruce Ledewitz, professor at Duquesne University School of Law, questioned that practice. He said members with a conflict not only have the right to recuse themselves but an obligation to do so under Article 3, Section 13, of the state Constitution, which says, “A member who has a personal or private interest in any measure or bill proposed or pending before the General Assembly shall disclose the fact to the house of which he is a member, and shall not vote thereon.

Big Oil's $3 Billion Homage to Nazi War Criminal

Ships don’t come bigger than the Pieter Schelte. They don’t come more controversial either. Built in Korea at a cost of nearly $3 billion, the gargantuan new ship is now sailing towards the Netherlands, where it will soon enter service in the European offshore oil industry.

A huge catamaran, it weighs 932,000 tons, a world record, and nearly 18 times the Titanic. It will lift offshore oil rigs weighing up to 48,000 tons, again a world record. So much for the technicalities – but there is, ahem, a slight political problem: the ship’s name.

Almost unbelievably, the ship has been named in honor of Pieter Schelte Beerema, a Dutch collaborator in Nazi-occupied Netherlands. An officer in the Waffen SS and a propagandist who allegedly denounced the Jews as “parasitic,” Beerema was sentenced to three years in prison after World War II. Although the sentence was later reduced (apparently because of evidence that, after a row with the Nazis, he had changed sides in 1943), he went on after release to flee to Venezuela, where he allegedly helped German war criminals escape Allied justice.

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Financial Advisory Team Leaves Morgan Stanley Smith Barney To ...

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