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June 2021: Penn. state lawmaker proposes bill for strengthening smoke alarm requirements

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In June of 2021, Pennsylvania State Rep. Todd Polinchock proposed legislation that would strengthen smoke alarm requirements for housing in his state, requiring alarms that are harder to tamper with and last longer.