WASHINGTON, DC — One Nation, a public policy advocacy organization dedicated to commonsense legislative solutions, today launched a new television ad to air in Pennsylvania for the next ten days.
The ad, entitled “Pass the Trash,” highlights the shocking case of how a known serial molester was able to continue teaching, and was later found guilty of abusing multiple students and even murdering one.
“Pass the Trash” also focuses on how Senator Pat Toomey passed a law to prevent this kind of abuse from happening again, and encourages him to keep fighting for his legislative effort to mandate background checks for all school employees.
The ad will air on statewide broadcast and cable TV from 7/6 to 7/15 and is the second ad in a $2.71 million advocacy campaign that began in June. It can be viewed by clicking the picture below:
“Where others merely talk tough about security, Senator Toomey rolls up his sleeves and gets to work on the kind of commonsense, bipartisan legislation that will actually protect our children,”said Steven Law, former chief of staff to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and president of One Nation. “We encourage Senator Toomey to keep up the fight and pass the ‘Protecting Students from Sexual and Violent Predators Act.'”