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Pitt adjunct professor Aaron Bernstine has served as representative for the state House 10th District for the past two terms and most recently served on the House Commerce, Insurance, Health and Game and Fisheries committees.

Pitt professor pressured to resign House seat after videos surface of him telling 5-year old son to smoke, use explicit language

By Rebecca Johnson, News Editor October 9, 2020
Aaron Bernstine, an adjunct professor in the graduate school of business, is being pressured to resign his House seat after four Snapchat videos surfaced of him encouraging his 5-year old son to smoke a cigar and use explicit language. 
Pennsylvania State Capitol Building in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Harvey Barrison | Flickr

Pitt to get 2% state funding increase; House Republicans file amendment to avert fetal tissue research

By Jon Moss, News Editor June 24, 2019
As budget week bears down on Harrisburg, state House Republicans are considering cutting funding to Pitt if the University engages in fetal tissue research, according to the Pennsylvania Capital-Star.
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