House of Representatives

Daily Session Update

May 3, 2006

Prepared by the Office of the Parliamentarian

 

Communications Received

 

Pursuant to Article 6, Section 4 of the Constitution, the Speaker is hereby referring the attached Petition for Impeachment to the Judiciary Committee.

 

From the Senate

 

The Clerk of the Senate being introduced, returned bill from the House of Representatives numbered and entitled as follows, viz:

 

HB 750

 

With information that the Senate has passed the same without amendment.

 

The Clerk of the Senate being introduced returned bills from the House of Representatives numbered and entitled as follows, viz:

 

HB 15

HB 2319

 

With information that the Senate has passed the same with amendment

in which the concurrence of the House of Representatives is requested

 

The Clerk of the Senate being introduced, informed that the Senate has concurred in the amendments made by the House of Representatives to the Senate amendments to House Bill numbered and entitled as follows, viz:

 

HB 999

 

Bills on Concurrence

 

HB 15 PN 4008

198-0 

HB 121 PN 3939

184-14 

HB 218 PN 3877

198-0 

HB 601 PN 3940

198-0 

SB 723 PN 1772

198-0 

HB 2319 PN 4052

198-0

 

Voting Schedule

 

HB 2042 PN 3962

196-0 

HB 2472 PN 3605

 

      07472 (MYERS )

198-0 

      Final Passage

198-0

HB 2627 PN 3958

 

      Suspension of Rules 07651 (FLICK)

198-0

      07651 (FLICK)

198-0

      Final Passage

198-0

SB 583 PN 1485

 

      07588 (FAIRCHILD )

198-0 

      07639 (LEACH )

198-0 

      Final Passage

198-0

SB 601 PN 1692

 

      07617 (FAIRCHILD )

198-0 

      Final Passage

198-0

SB 711 PN 1524

 

      Suspension of Rules 07649 (SAYLOR)

197-0

      07649 (SAYLOR)

 

      Motion to Table 07649 (PALLONE)

95-102 (failed)

      Motion to Table SB 711 (SAMUELSON)

64-133 (failed)

      07649 (SAYLOR)

133-64

      Final Passage

197-0

SB 997 PN 1629

 

      07478 (WANSACZ )

73-124 (failed)

      07479 (WANSACZ )

74-123 (failed)

      Final Passage

195-2 

SB 999 PN 1327

 

      07613 (FEESE )

192-5 

      Suspension of Rules 07656 (ROONEY)

90-106 (failed)

      Final Passage

139-59

HB 2375 P.N. 3391

 

      Suspension of Rules 07658

      (McILHINNEY)

198-0

      07658 (McILHINNEY)

78-120

      07622 (RAYMOND)

198-0

      Final Passage

166-32

HB 2542 P.N. 4003

198-0

HB 382 P.N. 3527

198-0

  

Bills Signed by the Speaker

 

HB 15

HB 121

HB 218

HB 601

HB 750

HB 2319

SB 999

SB 1081

 

Bills Referred

 

HR 752                    To Calendar under Rule 35 – Supplemental Calendar

 

HB 2663                  Liquor Control

HB 2664                  Local Government

HB 2665                  State Government

HB 2666                  Judiciary

HB 2667                  Urban Affairs

 

SB 261                     Local Government

 

SB 810                     State Government

 

Bills Recommitted

 

HB 2498 to Appropriations

HB 2502 to Appropriations

HB 2547 to Appropriations

HB 2575 to Appropriations

 

Bills and Resolutions Reported from Committee

 

HB 957 from Appropriations as Committed

SB 868 from Appropriations as Committed

HR 702 from Environmental Resources and Energy as Committed

HB 1574 from Liquor Control as Committed

HB 15 from Rules as Committed

HB 121 from Rules as Committed

HB 218 from Rules as Committed

HB 601 from Rules as Committed

SB 723 from Rules as Committed

HB 2319 from Rules as Committed

 

Bills Removed from the Table

 

HB 511

HB 2498

HB 2502

HB 2547

HB 2575

 

Bills Placed on the Table

 

HB 511

 

House Resolutions Adopted

 

HR 456

A Resolution directing the Joint State Government Commission to conduct a study and report on the use of rubberized asphalt in the other 49 states and to indicate the number of waste tires consumed in the highways and the new markets created for recycled rubber.

196-0 

HR 480

A Resolution supporting a Pennsylvania high-speed maglev industry.

193-3 

HR 727

A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States to extend the Medicare Part D prescription drug deadline to December 31, 2006.

196-0 

HR 702

A Resolution designating May 27, 2006, as "Rachel Carson Day" in Pennsylvania.

196-0

HR 750

A Resolution recognizing the week of May 13 through 21, 2006, as "Armed Forces Week" in Pennsylvania and encouraging the observance of May 20, 2006, as "Armed Forces Day" in Pennsylvania.

196-0

HR 751

A Resolution designating May 13, 2006, as "Food Drive Day" in Pennsylvania; and commending the National Association of Letter Carriers.

196-0

HR 752

A Resolution declaring that May 14 through 20, 2006, be observed as "National Nursing Home Week" in Pennsylvania.

196-0

 

This is not an official record of the day’s legislative activity.

The House of Representatives

In Recess to the Call of the Chair