Pa. General Assembly taking suggestions for website improvements

    When your website has only four colors and everything is a bullet point, it’s time for an upgrade.

    The Pennsylvania General Assembly is aware of this, which is why Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi is asking the public for help in sprucing up the body’s website.

    “No suggestion is too large or too small,” Pileggi said in a release posted to PoliticsPA. “The more ideas we get, the better the General Assembly’s web presence can be.”
    The easiest way to make a suggestion is through #PAGAwebideas and @Senator Pileggi on Twitter. Not big on social media? You can email ideas to the legislature’s mobile site.

    The ultimate platform will come March 7 when a public hearing is scheduled. To sign up to testify, tweet or email Pileggi, or send him snail mail at 350 Main Capitol, Harrisburg, PA 17120.

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