First Muslim Woman Elected to PA House Charged With Stealing $500k From CharityChris Menahan
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From Penn Live, "Pa. lawmaker facing theft, perjury charges and plans to plead guilty":
Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell, who made history by becoming the first Muslim woman to be elected to Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives, now faces criminal charges.
State Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced on Wednesday charges have been filed against the West Philadelphia Democrat, including perjury, tampering with public records, theft by unlawful taking, theft by deception, and contributions of corporations. Her theft surpassed $500,000, Shapiro said at a press conference in Harrisburg Wednesday morning."Court papers said the theft went on for years as Johnson-Harrell converted the charity's funds into investment properties, vacations and luxury clothing. Shapiro said Johnson-Harrell personally spent more than $500,000 from Motivations Education & Consultation Associates, diverting Medicaid and Social Security disability funds," the AP reported.
In another first, SFGate reported Wednesday that Muhammad made the list of the top 10 baby names in America for the first time.
The parenting website BabyCenter released its annual list of 100 most popular baby names for girls and boys in the United States, and for the 10th year in a row, Sophia is at the top. Liam knocked Jackson out of the No. 1 spot that he had held onto for six years straight.The future looks bright!
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