HOUSE CALENDAR
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA
SESSION OF 2015-2016

HOUSE CONVENES AT 1:00 P.M. E.D.S.T.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2016

Bill
No.
Print.
No.
TITLE OF BILL ACTION
SECOND CONSIDERATION
CONSUMER AFFAIRS BILLS
HOUSE
1290
1721
An Act amending Titles 53 (Municipalities Generally), 66 (Public Utilities) and 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in taxicabs and limousines in first class cities, further providing for definitions; in general provisions, further providing for definitions; in powers and duties, providing for financial responsibility of transportation network companies; in contract carrier by motor vehicle and broker, further providing for declaration of policy and definitions; providing for transportation network service; and, in general provisions, further providing for definitions.(Representatives MAHER, VEREB, KILLION and others)--Consumer Affairs, June 27, 2016
11

This bill amends Titles 53, 66 & 75 by establishing licensing requirements and service standards for transportation network companies.

SENATE
874
1334
An Act amending the act of August 14, 1963 (P.L.1059, No.459), referred to as the Cemetery and Funeral Merchandise Trust Fund Law, further providing for deposits into merchandise trust funds; providing for price and description reports; and further providing for funds held in trust, for payments from merchandise trust funds, for filing of financial reports and for penalty.(Senators McGARRIGLE, TOMLINSON, RAFFERTY and others)--Consumer Affairs, September 19, 2016
1

This bill amends the Cemetery and Funeral Merchandise Trust Fund Law to modify the process governing the sale of cemetery and funeral merchandise and to prohibit pre-need delivery except in certain situations.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
FINANCE BILL
HOUSE
1246
1640
An Act amending the act of March 4, 1971 (P.L.6, No.2), known as the Tax Reform Code of 1971, in personal income tax, further providing for classes of income.(Representatives YOUNGBLOOD, CRUZ, DONATUCCI and others)--Finance, July 1, 2016
7

This bill amends the Tax Reform Code to tax all lottery winnings.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
GAMING OVERSIGHT BILLS
HOUSE
649
2574
An Act amending Title 4 (Amusements) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in general provisions, further providing for legislative intent and for definitions; in Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, further providing for general and specific powers, for licensed gaming entity application appeals from board, for board minutes and records, for regulatory authority of board, for slot machine license fee and for reports of board, providing for fantasy sports report and further providing for diversity goals of board; in licensees, further providing for Category 3 slot machine license, for slot machine license application, for supplier licenses, for manufacturer licenses, for slot machine testing and certification standards and for license renewals; in table games, further providing for authorization to conduct table games, for table game tournaments, for other financial transactions, for table game device and associated equipment testing and certification standards and for local share assessment; providing for interactive gaming, for casino simulcasting and for slot machines at nonprimary locations; in revenues, further providing for establishment of State Gaming Fund and net slot machine revenue distribution; in administration and enforcement, further providing for responsibility and authority of the Department of Revenue, for wagering on credit, for compulsive and problem gambling program, providing for child endangerment protection, further providing for financial and employment interests, for regulation requiring exclusion or ejection of certain persons, for repeat offenders excludable from licensed gaming facility, for list of persons self excluded from gaming activities, for investigations and enforcement, for prohibited acts and penalties and for liquor licenses at licensed facilities and providing for casino liquor license; in miscellaneous provisions, further providing for appropriations; making an editorial change; and making a related repeal.(Representatives PAYNE, KOTIK, ADOLPH and others)--Gaming Oversight, June 30, 2016
8

This bill amends Title 4, providing for legislative intent and for definitions and providing for general and specific powers..

HOUSE
1925
3194
An Act amending Title 4 (Amusements) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in revenues, further providing for transfers from State Gaming Fund.(Representatives SANTORA, JOZWIAK, NEILSON and others)--Gaming Oversight, June 20, 2016
15

This bill amends Title 4 to permit PSP to use Local Law Enforcement Grants in any municipality and to require uncommitted LLEG amounts to be annually transferred to the Compulsive and Problem Gambling Treatment Fund.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
HEALTH BILL
HOUSE
479
3070
An Act amending the act of May 22, 1951 (P.L.317, No.69), known as The Professional Nursing Law, providing for delegation of functions necessary for the support of nursing services.(Representatives FABRIZIO, McNEILL, KINSEY and others)--Health, July 12, 2016
4

This bill amends the Professional Nursing Law pertaining to the delegation of certain nursing care tasks.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
HUMAN SERVICES BILL
HOUSE
2128
3479
An Act amending the act of April 14, 1972 (P.L.233, No.64), known as The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act, further providing for drug overdose medication and providing for requirements.(Representatives HEFFLEY, BAKER, READSHAW and others)--Rules, September 19, 2016
1

This bill provides for drug overdose medication and providing for requirements.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
INSURANCE BILL
HOUSE
1064
3366
An Act amending the act of March 20, 2002 (P.L.154, No.13), known as the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error (Mcare) Act, in medical professional liability, providing for emergency care.(Representatives EVANKOVICH, CUTLER, SACCONE and others)--Insurance, June 28, 2016
10

This bill amends the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error Act to provide qualified immunity to a health care provider who delivers emergency health care services.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
JUDICIARY BILLS
HOUSE
30
3572
An Act amending Title 20 (Decedents, Estates and Fiduciaries) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in health care, further providing for example; in anatomical gifts, further providing for definitions, for persons who may execute anatomical gift, for persons who may become donees and purposes for which anatomical gifts may be made, for manner of executing anatomical gifts, for amendment or revocation of gift, for rights and duties at death, for requests for anatomical gifts, for use of driver's license or identification card to indicate organ or tissue donation, for the Governor Robert P. Casey Memorial Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Trust Fund contributions, for the Governor Robert P. Casey Memorial Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Trust Fund, for confidentiality requirement and for prohibited activities; providing for promotion of organ and tissue donation; establishing the Donate Life PA Registry; providing for facilitation of anatomical gift from decedent whose death is under investigation, for collaboration among departments and organ procurement organizations, for information relative to organ and tissue donation, for Department of Transportation, for Department of Corrections, for requirements for physician and nurse training relative to organ and tissue donation and recovery, for uniformity of application and construction and for relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act; and repealing provisions relating to corneal transplants.(Representatives PETRARCA, CUTLER, BARBIN and others)--Judiciary, June 22, 2016
13

This bill provides for definitions, for persons who may execute anatomical gifts.

SENATE
594
1895
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, further providing for the offense of cruelty to animals.(Senators DINNIMAN, TEPLITZ, FONTANA and others)--Judiciary, July 12, 2016
4

This bill provides for the offense of cruelty to animals.

SENATE
747
1115
An Act amending the act of March 20, 2002 (P.L.154, No.13), known as the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error (Mcare) Act, further providing for punitive damages; providing for punitive damages study; and imposing duties on the Insurance Commissioner.(Senators VOGEL, WHITE, SCARNATI and others)--Judiciary, July 1, 2016
7

This bill provides for punitive damages.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILLS
HOUSE
1893
3381
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in intergovernmental cooperation, further providing for ordinance, for content of ordinance, for joint purchases with private educational establishments, for required review of specified agreements and for effect of joint cooperation agreements.(Representatives SCHEMEL, McGINNIS, DAVIS and others)--Local Government, July 12, 2016
4

This bill changes the requirement to enter into an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement from an ordinance to a resolution to make entering into these agreements easier.

HOUSE
1991
3173
An Act amending the act of May 1, 1933 (P.L.103, No.69), known as The Second Class Township Code, further providing for intergovernmental cooperation.(Representative SCHEMEL)--Local Government, July 12, 2016
4

This bill amends the Second Class Township Code to remove the requirement for an ordinance in order to enter in and Intergovernmental Cooperation Provision to allow them to use resolutions.

HOUSE
1992
3174
An Act amending Title 11 (Cities) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, further providing for municipal authorities and cooperation with other political subdivisions.(Representative SCHEMEL)--Local Government, July 12, 2016
4

This bill amends the Third Class City Code to remove the requirement for an ordinance in order to enter into an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement so that a city can use a resolution.

SENATE
898
1064
An Act amending the act of July 28, 1953 (P.L.723, No.230), known as the Second Class County Code, in fiscal affairs, further providing for limits on counties of the second class.(Senators HUTCHINSON, EICHELBERGER, McGARRIGLE and others)--Local Government, July 11, 2016
5

This bill provides for limits on counties of the second class in fiscal affairs.

SENATE
899
1065
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in consolidated county assessment, further providing for limitation on tax increase after countywide reassessment.(Senators HUTCHINSON, EICHELBERGER, McGARRIGLE and others)--Local Government, July 11, 2016
5

This bill provides for limitation on tax increase after countywide reassessment.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
STATE GOVERNMENT BILLS
HOUSE
267
1590
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, in powers and duties of Department of Labor and Industry, further providing for fair share fee and payroll deduction.(Representatives LAWRENCE, METCALFE, CUTLER and others)--State Government, June 29, 2016
9

This bill permits public employees with a religious objection to send their fair share fees to any recognized nonreligious 501C3 charity of their choosing.

HOUSE
727
1555
An Act amending Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) and 71 (State Government) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in Title 24, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions and construction and providing for references; in retirement membership, contributions and benefits, further providing for mandatory and optional membership, for credited school service, for waiver of adjustments and for classes of service, for elections, for eligibility points, for eligibility for annuities, for eligibility for refunds, for pickup contributions, for member contributions, for contributions for purchase of credit, for annual compensation limit, for contributions by Commonwealth, for payments by employers, for actuarial cost method, for appropriations by Commonwealth, for return of accumulated deductions, for single life annuity, for disability annuities, for termination of annuities and payment of benefits; providing for school employees' defined contribution plan; in administrative and miscellaneous provisions, further providing for the Public School Employees' Retirement Board, for administrative duties of board, for health insurance, for advisory and reporting duties, for application and election duties, for duties of employers, for rights and duties of school employees and members, for management of fund and accounts, for Public School Employees' Retirement Fund, for State accumulation account, for annuity reserve account, for State guarantee, for taxation, for attachment and assignment of funds, for approval of domestic relations orders, for irrevocable survivor annuitant and for amendment of approved domestic relations orders; providing for irrevocable successor payee; further providing for fraud and adjustment of errors and for payments to school entities by Commonwealth; providing for payments to school entities by Commonwealth commencing with the 2015-2016 school year; in health insurance for retired school employees, further providing for definitions; in Title 51, in employment preferences and pensions, further providing for military leaves of absence; in Title 71, in retirement for State employees and officers, further providing for definitions, for preliminary provisions and for membership, credited service, classes of service, and eligibility benefits, providing for State Employees' Defined Contribution Plan, further providing for contributions, for benefits and for administration, funds and accounts; and making editorial changes.(Representatives KAMPF, ROSS, TURZAI and others)--State Government, June 29, 2016
9

This bill establishes the State Employees' Defined Contribution Plan for state employees who begin service on or after January 1, 2016 and the Public School Employees' Defined Contribution Plan for school employees who begin service on or after July 1, 2016.

HOUSE
1499
3371
An Act amending Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) and 71 (State Government) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, extensively revising pension provisions: for the Public School Employees' Retirement System, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, contributions and benefits, of School Employees' Defined Contribution Plan, of administration and miscellaneous provisions and of health insurance for retired school employees; for military pensions, in the area of military leave of absence; for the State Employees' Retirement System, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, credited service, classes of service and eligibility for benefits, of contributions, of benefits, of State Employees' Defined Contribution Plan, of administration, funds, accounts, general provisions; providing, as to the revisions, for reservation of legislative authority, for construction, for accrued liability, for construction related to Federal law, for immunity from personal liability, for restoration of service credit or a retirement benefit, for recertification of contribution rates, for transfer of assets and for severability; and making editorial changes.(Representative TOBASH)--State Government, June 28, 2016
10

This bill establishes a hybrid retirement benefit plan, containing defined benefit and defined contribution components for future state and public school employees.

HOUSE
2051
3574
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, in organization of independent administrative boards and commissions, transferring certain powers and duties relating to public pension system analysis and legislation; providing for the Independent Fiscal Office; in powers and duties of the Department of the Auditor General, transferring certain powers and duties relating to municipal pension reporting and analysis; and making related repeals.(Representatives TOBASH AND HARHAI)--Rules, June 23, 2016
12

This bill provides for organization of independent administrative boards and commissions, transferring certain powers and duties relating to public pension system analysis and legislation.

SENATE
501
1516
An Act providing for protection of paychecks of certain workers and for the collection of political contributions.(Senators EICHELBERGER, SCARNATI, BARTOLOTTA and others)--State Government, July 13, 2016
3

This bill prohibits the collection of political constitutions via the public payroll system.

SENATE
645
1090
An Act providing for notice and disclosure of proposed collective bargaining agreements and related documents and for open records.(Senators STEFANO, SCARNATI, CORMAN and others)--State Government, June 28, 2016
10

This bill requires that a public employer shall provide notice prior to signing a proposed collective bargaining agreement.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
TRANSPORTATION BILL
HOUSE
1551
2636
An Act amending Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in other required equipment, further providing for restraint systems; and making an editorial change.(Representatives SCHLOSSBERG, STEPHENS, O'BRIEN and others)--Transportation, July 10, 2016
6

This bill amends the Vehicle Code to require that children under one year of age be secured in a rear-facing child seat.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
URBAN AFFAIRS BILL
HOUSE
1489
3729
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, providing for the inspection and regulation of mobile food vehicles in cities of the first class that use propane or other combustible fuel.(Representatives ACOSTA, DAVIS, C. PARKER and others)--Rules, July 12, 2016
4

This bill provides for the inspection and regulation of mobile food vehicles in cities of the first class that use propane or other combustible fuel.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
EDUCATION BILL
HOUSE
1906
3198
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in school directors, providing for school director training programs.(Representatives SAYLOR, JAMES, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--Appropriations, September 19, 2016 Fiscal-Note Attached
1

This bill amends the Public School Code of 1949, providing for school director training programs.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
FINANCE BILL
SENATE
356
1689
An Act amending the act of December 31, 1965 (P.L.1257, No.511), known as The Local Tax Enabling Act, in consolidated collection of local income taxes, providing for the definition of "farming" and further providing for declaration and payment of income taxes and for withholding and remittance.(Senators FOLMER, EICHELBERGER, BROWNE and others)--Appropriations, July 11, 2016 Fiscal-Note Attached
5

This bill provides for declaration and payment of income taxes and for withholding and remittance.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
GAME AND FISHERIES BILL
HOUSE
231
225
An Act amending Title 34 (Game) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in hunting and furtaking licenses, further providing for authorized license-issuing agents.(Representatives MULLERY, CARROLL, COHEN and others)--Appropriations, June 27, 2016 Fiscal-Note Attached
11

This bill amends Title 34 to provide that antlerless deer licenses be issued by the PA Game Commission or authorized issuing agents.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL
SENATE
785
1381
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in consolidated county assessment, further providing for definitions and for subjects of local taxation.(Senators EICHELBERGER, McGARRIGLE, HUTCHINSON and others)--Appropriations, June 28, 2016 Fiscal-Note Attached
10

This bill amends the Consolidated County Assessment Law regarding the assessment of buildings.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
STATE GOVERNMENT BILL
SENATE
316
1524
An Act amending Title 62 (Procurement) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in general provisions, providing for public access to procurement records; and, in source selection and contract formation, further providing for sole source procurement and for emergency procurement and providing for legal services contracts.(Senators FOLMER, VOGEL, VULAKOVICH and others)--Appropriations, August 18, 2016 Fiscal-Note Attached
2

This bill amends the Procurement Code to affirm that procurement records are subject to the Right-to-Know Law.

BILL ON CONCURRENCE
IN SENATE AMENDMENTS
AS AMENDED
HOUSE
934
2648
An Act amending the act of June 13, 1967 (P.L.31, No.21), known as the Public Welfare Code, in public assistance, providing for the establishment of KEYS, for copayments for subsidized child care, for medical assistance payments for institutional care, for other medical assistance payments, for mileage reimbursement and paratransit services for individuals receiving methadone treatment and for other computations affecting counties; providing for children's health care; in children and youth, further providing for payments to counties for services to children, for provider submissions and for limits on reimbursements to counties; repealing provisions relating to Medicaid managed care organization assessments; in Statewide quality care assessment, further providing for definitions, for implementation, for restricted account and for expiration of article; providing for managed care organization assessments; in departmental powers and duties as to supervision, further providing for definitions; in departmental powers and duties as to licensing, further providing for definitions, for fees, for provisional license and for violation and penalty; repealing provisions relating to registration provisions; in family finding and kinship care, further providing for definitions, for kinship care program and for permanent legal custodianship subsidy and reimbursement; abrogating regulations; repealing provisions relating to children's health care in the act of May 17, 1921 (P.L.682, No.284), known as The Insurance Company Law of 1921; and making editorial changes.(Representatives CHRISTIANA, V. BROWN, MILLARD and others)--Rules, July 1, 2016
7

RESOLUTIONS
HOUSE
82
482
A Resolution honoring the life and contributions of John Patrick Stanton, humanitarian, activist and founder of the prolife movement in this Commonwealth, who died on January 31, 2014, at 86 years of age.(Representatives MURT, BAKER, BOBACK and others)--Health, June 29, 2016
9

HOUSE
140
790
A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States to defeat H.R. 707 and any other legislation which would prohibit states from authorizing and conducting Internet gaming.(Representatives PAYNE, KOTIK, D. COSTA and others)--Gaming Oversight, July 11, 2016
5

HOUSE
183
977
A Resolution directing the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to conduct a comprehensive review of data maintained by the Department of Education and the Department of Human Services on the number of transition-age youth and young adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders.(Representatives D. MILLER, MURT, BISHOP and others)--Human Services, July 13, 2016
3

HOUSE
264
1254
A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States to expeditiously address the health, social and economic needs of our female veterans.(Representatives MURT, READSHAW, BOYLE and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Prep, June 30, 2016
8

HOUSE
389
1782
A Resolution appointing a committee and empowering it to make investigation.(Representatives CUTLER, GREINER, DIAMOND and others)--Judiciary, June 27, 2016
11

HOUSE
502
2208
A Resolution adopting a temporary rule of the House of Representatives relating solely to amendments to the General Appropriation Bill for the fiscal year 2015-2016, Senate Bill 1000 (2015).(Representative REED)--June 22,2016
13

HOUSE
872
3311
A Resolution urging Federal and State regulatory agencies to utilize science-based, peer-reviewed data in evaluating crop protection chemistry and nutrients.(Representatives CAUSER, COHEN, CUTLER and others)--Agriculture & Rural Affairs, June 20, 2016
15

RESOLUTIONS
PURSUANT TO RULE 35
HOUSE
626
2687
A Resolution honoring Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey for his service and congratulating him on his retirement.(Representatives SIMS, BISHOP, COHEN and others)--December 20, 2015

HOUSE
638
2723
A Resolution celebrating the Pennsylvania State Police Academy.(Representatives PAYNE, GINGRICH, READSHAW and others)--January 26, 2016

HOUSE
687
2830
A Resolution honoring the Northwest Raiders Football Team on capturing the 2015 Pop Warner National Super Bowl Championship for the "Midget" Division and winning back-to-back national championships.(Representatives YOUNGBLOOD, KINSEY, HENNESSEY and others)--February 10, 2016

HOUSE
705
2895
A Resolution commemorating the 200th anniversary of the York Water Company, the oldest publicly traded company in America with the longest consecutive dividend record and the oldest business in both York County and the City of York.(Representatives SCHREIBER, GILLESPIE, GROVE and others)--March 15, 2016

HOUSE
749
2989
A Resolution recognizing the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.(Representatives KAMPF, BRIGGS, SACCONE and others)--March 21, 2016

HOUSE
838
3242
A Resolution honoring the Imhotep Institute Charter High School Football Team on capturing the 2015 Class AAA State Football Championship and becoming the first Philadelphia public league school to win a State football championship.(Representatives KINSEY, YOUNGBLOOD, DEAN and others)--May 3, 2016

HOUSE
875
3314
A Resolution honoring the memory of Samuel Staten, Sr., and extending heartfelt condolences to his family.(Representative THOMAS)--May 17, 2016

HOUSE
876
3315
A Resolution honoring the life and expressing condolences upon the passing of Willie L. Williams.(Representatives THOMAS AND DONATUCCI)--May 17, 2016

HOUSE
945
3591
A Resolution honoring the life, legacy and contributions of legendary boxer, civil rights activist and humanitarian icon Muhammad Ali and expressing condolences on his passing.(Representatives V. BROWN, COOK-ARTIS, COHEN and others)--June 23, 2016

HOUSE
963
3747
A Resolution honoring the law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the targeted attacks in Dallas, Texas, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and extending condolences to the families and friends of the victims and to the members of the Dallas and Baton Rouge communities.(Representatives D. COSTA, DEAN, HARKINS and others)--September 19, 2016

D.R.
3
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House October 5, 2015
Discharging the Committee on Labor and Industry, from further consideration of House Bill No. 250, Printer's No. 499. (KIM, SCHLOSSBERG, SCHWEYER, O'BRIEN, GAINEY, KELLER, MCNEILL, DAVIS, BRANEKY, SIMS, BROWNLEE, KILLION, HARKINS, KINSEY, SABATINA, DALEY, SAMMELSON, DONATUCCI,YOUNGBLOOD, FLYNN, GERELY, GALLOWAY, BOYLE, FREEMAN, CRUZ, HANNA.) --October 5, 2015

D.R.
4
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House December 3, 2015
Discharging the Committee on Judiciary, from further consideration of House Bill No. 135, Printer's No. 119. (MURT, BULLOCK, MCNEILL, OBRIEN, DALEY, ROZZI, HARPER, NEILSON, SCHREIBER, DELISSIO, DAWKINS, GALLOWAY, MCCARTER, ACOSTA, DEAN, FARINA, BRADFORD, FRANKEL, MAHONEY, VITALI, MILLER, SNYDER, BRANEKY, NEUMAN, SCHWEYER.) --December 3, 2015

D.R.
5
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House March 16, 2016
Discharging the Committee on Judiciary, from further consideration of House Bill No. 951, Printer's No. 1167. (MURT, GAINEY,ROZZI, SIMS, BULLOCK,OBRIEN, SANTARSIERO, FRANKEL, MCNEILL, EVERETT, SCHREIBER, DAVIDSON, BURNS, DALEY, MCCARTER, YOUNGBLOOD, BRANEKY, DAVIS, MCCLINTON, EVANS, MILLER, DELISSIO, SCHLOSSBERG, MATZIE, ROEBUCK.) --March 16, 2016

D.R.
6
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House April 12, 2016
Discharging the Committee on Environmental Resources, from further consideration of House Bill No. 500, Printer's No. 822. (DEAN, DALEY, SCHREIBER, MCCARTER, KRUEGER-BRANEKY, ROZZI, STURLA, MILLER, GAINEY, VITALI, SANTARSIERO, OBRIEN, DAVIS, BULLOCK, SIMS, DRISCOLL, MCNEILL, BOYLE, COHEN, ACOSTA, DELISSIO, GOODMAM, HANNA, KIM, COOK-ARTIS.) --April 12, 2016

D.R.
7
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House June 8, 2016
Discharging the Committee on State Government, from further consideration of House Bill No. 1510, Printer's No. 2164. (FRANKEL, SIMS, BULLOCK, DALEY M, SCHLOSSBERG, GAINEY, DEAN, KRUEGER-BRANEKY, DAVIS, O'BRIEN, PASHINSKI, ACOSTA, BRIGGS, BOYLE, MURT, SCHREIBER, HARRIS, SCHWEYER, DAWKINS, ROZZI, MCCLINTON, MILLER D, DELISSIO, FLYNN, COOK-ARTIS.) --June 8, 2016

D.R.
8
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House June 15, 2016
Discharging the Committee on State Government, from further consideration of House Bill No. 291, Printer's No. 290. (DELUCA, FLYNN, RAVENSTAHL, DEASY, PASHINSKI, MILLER D, READSHAW, GAINEY, COSTA D, SCHWEYER, SANTARSIERO, HANNA, DERMODY, KORTZ, ACOSTA, MCCARTER, YOUNGBLOOD, GOODMAN, KIM, O'BRIEN, KIRKLAND, VITALI, DONATUCCI, FABRIZIO, HARKINS.) --June 15, 2016

VETO OVERRIDE
HOUSE
1192
1959
An Act to provide from the General Fund for the expenses of the Executive and Judicial Departments, the State Government Support Agencies and the General Assembly of the Commonwealth, the public debt and the public schools for the fiscal year July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016, for certain institutions and organizations, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015; to provide appropriations from the State Lottery Fund, the Tobacco Settlement Fund, the Aviation Restricted Account, the Hazardous Material Response Fund, The State Stores Fund, the Milk Marketing Fund, the Home Investment Trust Fund, the Emergency Medical Services Operating Fund, the Tuition Account Guaranteed Savings Program Fund, the Banking Fund, the Firearm Records Check Fund, the Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority Fund, the Oil and Gas Lease Fund, the Home Improvement Account, the Cigarette Fire Safety and Firefighter Protection Act Enforcement Fund, the Insurance Regulation and Oversight Fund, the Pennsylvania Racehorse Development Restricted Receipt Account, the Justice Reinvestment Fund and the Multimodal Transportation Fund to the Executive Department; to provide appropriations from the Judicial Computer System Augmentation Account to the Judicial Department for the fiscal year July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016; to provide appropriations from the Motor License Fund for the fiscal year July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016, for the proper operation of several departments of the Commonwealth and the Pennsylvania State Police authorized to spend Motor License Fund money; to provide for the appropriation of Federal funds to the Executive Department of the Commonwealth and for the payment of bills remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015; and to provide for the additional appropriation of Federal and State funds from the General Fund and the State Lottery Fund for the Executive Department of the Commonwealth for the fiscal year July 1, 2014, to June 30, 2015, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015.(Representatives ADOLPH, TURZAI, REED and others)--September 21, 2015

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VETO MESSAGE
HOUSE
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An Act to provide from the General Fund for the expenses of the Executive and Judicial Departments, the State Government Support Agencies and the General Assembly of the Commonwealth, the public debt and the public schools for the fiscal year July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016, for certain institutions and organizations, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015; to provide appropriations from the State Lottery Fund, the Tobacco Settlement Fund, the Aviation Restricted Account, the Hazardous Material Response Fund, The State Stores Fund, the Milk Marketing Fund, the Home Investment Trust Fund, the Emergency Medical Services Operating Fund, the Tuition Account Guaranteed Savings Program Fund, the Banking Fund, the Firearm Records Check Fund, the Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority Fund, the Oil and Gas Lease Fund, the Home Improvement Account, the Cigarette Fire Safety and Firefighter Protection Act Enforcement Fund, the Insurance Regulation and Oversight Fund, the Pennsylvania Racehorse Development Restricted Receipt Account, the Justice Reinvestment Fund and the Multimodal Transportation Fund to the Executive Department; to provide appropriations from the Judicial Computer System Augmentation Account to the Judicial Department for the fiscal year July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016; to provide appropriations from the Motor License Fund for the fiscal year July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016, for the proper operation of several departments of the Commonwealth and the Pennsylvania State Police authorized to spend Motor License Fund money; to provide for the appropriation of Federal funds to the Executive Department of the Commonwealth and for the payment of bills remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015; and to provide for the additional appropriation of Federal and State funds from the General Fund and the State Lottery Fund for the Executive Department of the Commonwealth for the fiscal year July 1, 2014, to June 30, 2015, and for the payment of bills incurred and remaining unpaid at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.(Representatives ADOLPH, TURZAI, REED and others)--January 11, 2016