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Senator Randy Vulakovich
Senate District 38
Republican (Term Expires: 2018) serving Allegheny (part) County.
Representative Daniel T. McNeill
House District 133
Democrat serving Lehigh (part) County.
Recent Senate Votes

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

SB 487 PN 1133, CONCUR IN HOUSE AMENDMENTS
46 YEAS
0 NAYS
SB 925 PN 1110, FINAL PASSAGE
46 YEAS
0 NAYS
SB 765 PN 824, FINAL PASSAGE
46 YEAS
0 NAYS
SB 652 PN 691, FINAL PASSAGE
46 YEAS
0 NAYS
SB 404 PN 1169, FINAL PASSAGE
45 YEAS
1 NAYS
Recent House Votes

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

HB 1192 PN 1959, MOT OVERRIDE, ADOLPH
115 YEAS
83 NAYS
HB 1192 PN 1959, MOT OVERRIDE, ADOLPH
115 YEAS
83 NAYS
HB 1192 PN 1959, MOT OVERRIDE, ADOLPH
115 YEAS
83 NAYS
HB 1192 PN 1959, MOT OVERRIDE, ADOLPH
115 YEAS
83 NAYS
HB 1192 PN 1959, MOT OVERRIDE, ADOLPH
115 YEAS
83 NAYS

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Statutes

The Laws of Pennsylvania contain laws enacted as amendments to the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, the official statutory codification established by the General Assembly under the act of November 25, 1970 (P.L.707, No.230). These laws have been incorporated into a separate official publication since 1975.

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The Laws of Pennsylvania, also referred to as the Pamphlet Laws, have been recognized as official law since December 1, 1801. Acts are numbered by the Department of State and published by the Legislative Reference Bureau as separate official documents known as slip laws before publication in bound editions as the Laws of Pennsylvania.

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The Pennsylvania Constitution is the foundation of our state government. Our first Constitution was adopted in 1776 and was a framework for the U.S. Constitution, which did not take effect until 1789.

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