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13 Results are displayed below for co-sponsorship memoranda by Representative Kevin J. Boyle .

  Member Subject Introduced
11-21-2017 Rep. Nick Miccarelli and Rep. Kevin J. Boyle Co-Sponsor Memo Requiring Public Funds to Divest from Companies Boycotting Israel HB1968 
11-21-2017 Rep. Nick Miccarelli and Rep. Kevin J. Boyle Co-Sponsor Memo- Prohibiting Commonwealth Contracts with those who boycott Against or Divest from Israel
10-20-2017 Rep. Kevin J. Boyle and Rep. Leanne Krueger-Braneky, Rep. Tina M. Davis Expanding Access to Contraceptives
8-10-2017 Rep. Kevin J. Boyle Companion to Senate Bill 148 – Coverage for Infertility Treatment
8-10-2017 Rep. Kevin J. Boyle Death Benefits Act to include Natural Gas Responders HB1870 
7-24-2017 Rep. Kevin J. Boyle Constitutional Amendment Requiring the Legislature to Stay Continuously in Voting Session during a Budget Impasse
4-17-2017 Rep. Kevin J. Boyle Large Capacity Ammunition Magazines (Re-Introduction)
3-20-2017 Rep. Kevin J. Boyle March for Meals Day in Pennsylvania HR175 
3-06-2017 Rep. Michael J. Driscoll and Rep. Marty Flynn, Rep. Kevin J. Boyle, Rep. Tim Hennessey Resolution Designating March 2017 as “Irish American Heritage Month” in Pennsylvania HR143 
2-28-2017 Rep. Kevin J. Boyle and Rep. John Taylor Naloxone in High Schools (Reintroduction) HB1774 
2-22-2017 Rep. John Taylor and Rep. Kevin J. Boyle Legislation to Implement a State-wide Scrap Metal Transaction Database
2-01-2017 Rep. Kevin J. Boyle and Rep. Thomas P. Murt Hate Crimes Expansion (Re-Introduction) HB505 
1-11-2017 Rep. Stephen Kinsey and Rep. Kevin J. Boyle Sunset the applicable provisions of Title 53, which make the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) an instrumentality of the Commonwealth and which govern the operation of taxis and limo's in a city of the first class: Philadelphia. HB874