12.7 million people 6th Most populous state 170 miles x 283 miles Ruffed Grouse White Tailed Deer Eastern Hemlock Mountain Laurel
Founded 1638 67 counties 28.5 % German Ancestry 80% Christian 18th largest economy inworld Largest private employeris Walmart 51.8% registeredDemocratic
Capital: Harrisburg Commonwealth Governor: Tom Corbett (R) U.S. Senators Bob Casey (D) Pat Toomey (R) 18 Representatives in theU.S. House U.S. 3rd District Mike Kelly (R)
It is illegal to sell tobacco to people under 18 It is NOT illegal for someone under 18 tosmoke, possess tobacco As long as you don’t lie about your age Â§ 6305. Sale of tobacco (a) Offense defined.--A person is guilty ofa summary offense if he:1. sells tobacco, in any form, to any minorunder the age of 18 years; 2. by purchase, gift or othermeans, furnishes tobacco, in any form, to a minor under the age of18 years; or 3. knowingly and falsely represents himself to be 18years of age or older to another for the purpose of procuring orhaving furnished to him tobacco in any form.(b) Penalty.--A personwho violates this section shall, upon conviction, be sentenced topay a fine of not less than $25 for a first offense and not less than$100 for a subsequent offense.
Must be 21 to consume/purchase alcohol Liquor stores are run by the state (prices are the samethroughout) Beer must be sold through beer distributors, bars,restaurants, or beer stores You can serve alcohol at 18 DUI is a .08% BAC (6 beers within 4 hours) Resturants and bars MUST close by 2 a.m. No Underage Drinking allowed*
1.) 29 states allow on private property with parentalconsent 2.) 6 states allow without parental consent 3.) 25 states allow for religious purposes 4.) 16 states allow for medical purposes 5.) 4 states allow for governmental related work 6.) 7 states allow educational purposes (culinary school) 7.) 4 states allow for reporting a minor drinking formedical reasons 8.) 11 states allow drinking on alcohol selling premiseswith parental consent
12:01 a.m. – 5:00 a.m. Monday – Friday Minor (under 17) Except for: Emergency With Parent Errand for Parent Employment Sidewalk in front of house Interstate travel School activity First Amendment rights
10:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m. Sunday – Thursday (School)12:00 Friday’s and Saturday’s 12:01 a.m. – 6:00 a.m. Sunday – Friday (Summer) Minor (under 18) First probably a warning Then it’s a fine Starting at $25.oo Class 4 Misdemeanor If Parents knowingly let children go… $500.00 90 days in jail
Under 18… 6 points or 26 mph over the speed limit = 90 day suspension First time above 6 points Written exam about driving practices, departmentsanctions, and related safety issues 2nd Time and 3rd time above 6 points PennDOT department hearing with 15 day suspension Exorbitant Speed Above by 31 mphs Mandatory hearing
Not stopping at a red light: 3 points Ignoring a flashing red light: 3 points Improper passing: 3 points Tailgating: 3 Not stopping for a school bus with flashing red lights: 5 points and 60-day Exceeding the speed limit by six to 10 mph: 2 points Exceeding the speed limit by 11 to 15 mph: 3 points Exceeding the speed limit by 16 to 25 mph: 4 points Exceeding the speed limit by 26 to 30 mph: 5 points Exceeding the speed limit by 31 mph or more: 5 points, and possibleother penalties as determined by a hearing examiner Not yielding to pedestrian in crosswalk: 2 points Careless driving: 3 points Leaving the scene of an accident that results in property damage: 4points
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