The Pennsylvania Senate has passed legislation to establish an Ireland Trade Commission in the commonwealth. 

The announcement was made by Sen. Devlin Robinson, R-Allegheny, co-chair of the American Irish State Legislators Caucus and sponsor of Senate Bill 1121. 

“This bill will strengthen the thriving relationship between Pennsylvania and Ireland,” Robinson said in a statement. “Members appointed by the governor, bipartisan legislative leadership, and business leaders with a vested interest in Ireland will drive this initiative. 

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