House of Representatives

Daily Session Update

Prepared by the Office of the Parliamentarian

May 23, 2018

 

 

Communications Received

 

 

Communications Received From the Senate

 

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

 

HB 566

HB 1952

 

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 Bill numbered and entitled as follows, viz:

 

SB 630

 

Voting Schedule

 

 

Concurrence in Senate Amendments

 

HB 566 PN 3544

 

Motion to Postpone

Until June 4, 2018

(Tobash)

 

 

10 – 181         (Failed)

 

175 – 16        

HB 1952 PN 3543

191 – 0           

 

Concurrence in Senate Amendments to House Amendments

 

 

Bills on Second Consideration

 

HB 760 PN 0861

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 1197 PN 3471

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

SB 880 PN 1431

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

 

Bills on Third Consideration

 

HB 1273 PN 1540

71 – 120         (Failed)

HB 2205 PN 3330

191 – 0            Sent to Senate for Concurrence

SB 234 PN 1443

163 – 28         Sent to Senate Without Amendment

 

Bills Signed by the Speaker

 

HB 566

HB 1952

SB 630

 

Bills Referred

 

HR 937       To Uncontested Calendar Under Rule 35

HR 938       To Uncontested Calendar Under Rule 35 – Supplemental Calendar

 

HR 941       To Uncontested Calendar Under Rule 35 – Supplemental Calendar

 

HB 2426    Transportation

HB 2427    Education

HB 2428    Game & Fish

HB 2429    Commerce

HB 2430    Judiciary

HB 2431    Health

 

HB 2433    Transportation

HB 2434    Insurance

 

SB 801        Local Government

SB 802        Local Government

SB 803        Local Government

SB 804        Local Government

 

SB 897        Judiciary

 

Bills Recommitted

 

HB 760           To Appropriations

HB 1197        To Appropriations

SB 880            To Appropriations

 

Bills ReReferred

 

 

Bills Reported from Committee

 

HB 111           From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 1273        From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 2205        From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

SB 234            From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 1742        From Children & Youth as Amended

HB 2167        From Finance as Committed

HB 566           From Rules Re-Reported as Committed

HB 1952        From Rules Re-Reported as Committed

SB 667            From Urban Affairs as Amended

SB 851            From Urban Affairs as Amended

 

Bills and Resolution Removed from the Tabled Calendar and Placed on the Active Calendar

 

HB 332

HB 274

HB 2152

HR 17

 

Bills and Resolution Removed from the Active Calendar and Placed on the Tabled Calendar

 

HB 332

HB 274

HR 17

 

House Resolutions Adopted

 

HR 881

A Resolution recognizing the month of May 2018 as "Postpartum Depression Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.

190 – 0

HR 903

A Resolution designating May 23, 2018, as "Emergency Medical Services for Children Day" in Pennsylvania.

190 – 0

HR 904

A Resolution designating the week of September 9 through 15, 2018, as "Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Research and Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania to increase awareness and understanding of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

190 – 0

HR 917

A Resolution designating the month of May 2018 as "SPG47 Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.

190 – 0

HR 918

A Resolution designating the month of May 2018 as "Yoga Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.

190 – 0

HR 920

A Resolution recognizing the month of May 2018 as "Ichthyosis Month" in Pennsylvania.

190 – 0

HR 921

A Resolution honoring fire police officers for their dedication in helping to preserve the safety and well-being of the residents of this Commonwealth.

190 – 0

HR 922

A Resolution designating the month of May 2018 as "Military Service-Related Post-Traumatic Stress Injury Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.

190 – 0

HR 926

A Resolution designating the week of May 20 through 26, 2018, as "Character Development Reminder Week" in Pennsylvania.

190 – 0

HR 927

A Resolution designating June 8, 2018, as the first annual "Thomas Paine Day" in Pennsylvania.

190 – 0

HR 928

A Resolution honoring the life and service of Sergeant Mark J. Baserman, who tragically lost his life in the line of duty, and extending condolences to his family and friends.

191 – 0

HR 929

A Resolution designating May 29, 2018, as "529 College Savings Day" in Pennsylvania.

190 – 0

HR 938

A Resolution honoring the lives and memories of the Puerto Rican service members killed in the noncombat-related military plane crash in Savannah, Georgia.

191 – 0

HR 941

A Resolution designating the month of May 2018 as "Lyme and Tick-borne Disease Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.

191 – 0

 

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

The House of Representatives adjourned

until Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 10:00 A.M.

unless sooner recalled by the Speaker.