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15 Results are displayed below for co-sponsorship memoranda by Representative Gerald J. Mullery .

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6-20-2018 Rep. Neal P. Goodman and Rep. Pam Snyder , Rep. Gerald J. Mullery State Correctional Institutions – Corrections Officer Safety
6-11-2018 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Co-sponsorship of Legislation – Paid Sick Leave HB2531 
4-05-2018 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Prohibition of Nicotine Products in Schools HB2268 
3-27-2018 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Workforce Development Program Inventory and Clearinghouse HB2204 
12-12-2017 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Plan for PA - Expand the Pennsylvania Targeted Industry Program (PA‐TIP).
6-23-2017 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery State Facility Closure Protocol
4-25-2017 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Legislation That Would Increase the Penalty for the Illegal Setting of Body-Gripping Traps
4-20-2017 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Resolution Recognizing the 150th Anniversary of the Borough of Sugar Notch HR342 
1-23-2017 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Legislation Regarding Hunting Without a License HB1291 
1-23-2017 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Fair Compensation for All Victims of DUI Crashes HB276 
1-19-2017 Rep. Brian Sims and Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Protection of Minors from Conversion Therapy Act HB1177 
1-04-2017 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Legislation Expanding the Definition of “Enforcement Officer”
12-27-2016 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Legislation That Would Increase the Penalty for the Illegal Setting of Body-Gripping Traps HB1292 
12-27-2016 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Legislation Authorizing the Sale of Antlerless Deer Licenses Through the Pennsylvania Automated Licensing System HB275 
12-20-2016 Rep. Gerald J. Mullery Easing the Reporting Burden and Increasing Proceed Caps for Club Licensees HB1334