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Floor Schedule

The Senate will reconvene on
Mon. Sep 19, 2022 at 1:00PM unless sooner recalled by the Pres. Pro Temp.

The House will reconvene on
Mon. Sep 12, 2022 at 12:00PM Unless sooner recalled by the Speaker.

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Senate Committee Schedule
August 24, 2022
  • DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE
    Einstein Med. Ctr. 559 W. German- town Pike East Norriton, PA , 10:00AM
  • TRANSPORTATION
    Southwestern PA Commission Two Chatham Ctr 112 Washington Pl. Suite 500 Pittsburgh, PA, 01:00PM
August 29, 2022
September 06, 2022
  • DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE (S), DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE (H)
    Hearing Room 1 North Office Bldg., 01:00PM

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House Committee Schedule
August 17, 2022
  • DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE
    Supernatural Produce Supermarket - 644 Penn Street, Reading, PA 19602, 10:00AM
August 22, 2022
  • DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE
    Erie Sheraton Bayfront - 55 West Bay Dr., Erie, PA 16507, 02:00PM
August 23, 2022
  • DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE
    Eagles Nest Leadership Corp. - 1129 Pennsylvania Ave., Erie, PA 16503, 10:00AM
August 24, 2022
  • REPUBLICAN POLICY COMMITTEE
    West Earl Township Municipal Building, 157 W. Metzler Road, Brownstown, PA 17508, 10:00AM
  • CENTER FOR RURAL PENNSYLVANIA
    Elk County Visitor Center Discovery Room 950 Winslow Hill Road Benezette, PA 15821, 10:30AM

Complete House Schedule

Senator Ryan P. Aument
Senate District 36
Republican (Term Expires: 2022) serving Lancaster (part) County.
Representative Barry J. Jozwiak
House District 5
Republican serving Berks (part) County.
Recent Senate Votes

Friday, July 08, 2022

HB 1421 PN 3379, Concurrence in House Amendments to Senate Ammendments as Amended
49 YEAS
1 NAYS
Executive Nominations (Attached)
49 YEAS
1 NAYS
Executive Nominations (Attached)
50 YEAS
0 NAYS
HB 2709 PN 3378, Final Passage
35 YEAS
15 NAYS
SB 1222 PN 1853, Concur in House Amendments
29 YEAS
21 NAYS
Recent House Votes

Friday, July 08, 2022

SB 106 PN 1857, CONCUR
107 YEAS
92 NAYS
ADJOURN, BRADFORD
90 YEAS
109 NAYS
MOVE PREV QUESTION BENNINGHOFF, ADJOURN
110 YEAS
89 NAYS
SB 106 PN 1857, A05440, SUSP RULES
86 YEAS
113 NAYS
SB 106 PN 1857, A05421, SUSP RULES
86 YEAS
114 NAYS

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The Pennsylvania Code is an official publication of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It contains regulations and other documents filed with the Legislative Reference Bureau under the act of July 31, 1968 (P. L. 769, No. 240) (45 P. S. §§ 1102, 1201—1208 and 1602) and 45 Pa.C.S. Chapters 5, 7 and 9, known as the Commonwealth Documents Law (CDL). It consists of 55 titles.

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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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