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Legislation Currently in This Committee

HB757 TAYLOR
An Act amending the act of April 12, 1951 (P.L.90, No.21), known as the Liquor Code, in licenses and...
HB1110 SCHREIBER
An Act amending the act of April 12, 1951 (P.L.90, No.21), known as the Liquor Code, in general prov...
HB1196 PETRI
An Act amending the act of April 12, 1951 (P.L.90, No.21), known as the Liquor Code, in preliminary ...
HB1273 PETRI
An Act amending the act of April 12, 1951 (P.L.90, No.21), known as the Liquor Code, in preliminary ...
HB1538 WHITE
An Act amending Title 44 (Law and Justice) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, adding provisi...
SB1058 WOZNIAK
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in employees, providing for motorcycle profiling prohibited.
SB1060 SCAVELLO
An Act amending the act of April 12, 1951 (P.L.90, No.21), known as the Liquor Code, providing for special permits for breweries.
SB1061 RAFFERTY
An Act amending Title 44 (Law and Justice) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, adding provisions for law enforcement activities by providing for release of law enforcement officer information when firearm discharged or use of force; and prescribing a penalty.
SB1126 STEFANO
An Act amending the act of April 12, 1951 (P.L.90, No.21), known as the Liquor Code, in licenses and regulations for liquor, alcohol and malt and brewed beverages, further providing for special occasion permits.
SB1198 TEPLITZ
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 the Governor and other constitutional officers, of the Executive Board and of the Pennsylvania State Police, further providing for Pennsylvania State Police.