High school girls get a look at how state government works

Pittsburgh Tribune Review
10/19/2011
High school girls get a look at how state government works
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One hundred high school students from the region spent Tuesday with 50 state legislators as part of the Women and Girls Foundation’s GirlGov program. The South Side-based foundation started the program in 2009 to give local teens a chance to experience what it is like to be a state legislator for a day. The students attend meetings of legislative committees, constituents, staff and sessions of the House and Senate in Harrisburg The program aims to address the gender imbalance in state …
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