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Session of 2017 - 2018 Regular Session

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17 Results are displayed below for co-sponsorship memoranda by Representative Kate Harper .

  Member Subject Introduced
6-15-2017 Rep. Kate Harper State Green Buildings Requirement
6-09-2017 Rep. Kate Harper Class 2A County Sheriff Education HB1702 
5-30-2017 Rep. Kate Harper Recognizing the 75th Anniversary of Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association HR420 
5-15-2017 Rep. Kate Harper Civic Education Awareness Month – September 2017
3-27-2017 Rep. Kate Harper Resolution Supporting the Forum of Executive Women’s Push for More Women on Executive Boards HR273 
3-23-2017 Rep. Kate Harper Pennsylvania Property Assessed Clean Energy Program – PA PACE HB1722 
3-06-2017 Rep. Kate Harper and Rep. Joanna E. McClinton Civil Forfeitures HB1155 
2-28-2017 Rep. Kate Harper Standardizing the financial reporting procedure for Municipal Authorities
2-22-2017 Rep. Kate Harper and Rep. Robert Freeman Resolution recognizing “Local Government Week” and “Local Government Day" HR186 
1-30-2017 Rep. Kate Harper Public Meetings Prior to the Sale or Lease of a Municipal Asset HB477 
1-13-2017 Rep. Kate Harper Changing the UCC Board of Appeals HB266 
1-05-2017 Rep. Kate Harper Fire Protection Service Charges
12-13-2016 Rep. Kate Harper Water Well Drilling Standards HB596 
12-08-2016 Rep. Kate Harper Marcellus Shale Severance Tax Combines with the Shale Impact Fee HB113 
12-07-2016 Rep. Kate Harper Making False Compartment with Intent to Commit a Criminal Offense HB287 
12-07-2016 Rep. Kate Harper State Licensing Boards: Power to Expunge Technical Violations
12-07-2016 Rep. Kate Harper Resolution directing the Legislative Budget & Finance Committee to review the fiscal impact of the Right-to-Know Law implementation on agencies and local government agencies HR50