Less than two months after a high-profile indictment of a Philadelphia-based union that allegedly assaulted workers to strong-arm contractors and set fires, the Pennsylvania Senate unanimously passed House Bill 1154, which would tighten laws on harassment by organized labor in connection with union disputes. The bill will amend the state’s criminal code to remove exemptions in the law that currently allow stalking, harassment, and the use of weapons of mass destruction in labor disputes.