S0106B1279A05334 AJB:AAS 07/05/22 #90 A05334
AMENDMENTS TO SENATE BILL NO. 106
Sponsor: SENATOR K. WARD
Printer's No. 1279
Amend Bill, page 1, line 2, by inserting after
"Pennsylvania,"
providing that there is no constitutional right to taxpayer-
funded abortion or other right relating to abortion;
Amend Bill, page 1, line 3, by striking out "AND" where it
occurs the second time and inserting a comma
Amend Bill, page 1, lines 4 and 5, by striking out ";
PROVIDING FOR EXECUTIVE ORDERS; FURTHER PROVIDING" and inserting
and
Amend Bill, page 1, by inserting between lines 14 and 15
(1) That Article I be amended by adding a section to read:
§ 30. Abortion.
This constitution does not grant the right to taxpayer-funded
abortion or any other right relating to abortion.
Amend Bill, page 1, line 15, by striking out "(1)" and
inserting
(2)
Amend Bill, page 2, line 9, by striking out "(2)" and
inserting
(3)
Amend Bill, page 3, lines 20 through 30; page 4, lines 1
through 20; by striking out all of said lines on said pages and
inserting
(4) That section 1 of Article VII be amended to read:
§ 1. Qualifications of electors.
(a) Every citizen 21 years of age, possessing the following
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qualifications, shall be entitled to vote at all elections
subject, however, to such laws requiring and regulating the
registration of electors as the General Assembly may enact.
1. He or she shall have been a citizen of the United States
at least one month.
2. He or she shall have resided in the State 90 days
immediately preceding the election.
3. He or she shall have resided in the election district
where he or she shall offer to vote at least 60 days immediately
preceding the election, except that if qualified to vote in an
election district prior to removal of residence, he or she may,
if a resident of Pennsylvania, vote in the election district
from which he or she removed his or her residence within 60 days
preceding the election.
(b) In addition to the qualifications under subsection (a)
of this section, a qualified elector shall provide a valid
identification at each election in accordance with the
following:
1. When voting in person, the qualified elector shall
present a valid identification before receiving a ballot to vote
in person.
2. When not voting in person, the qualified elector shall
provide proof of a valid identification with his or her ballot.
(c) If a qualified elector does not possess a valid
identification, he or she shall, upon request and confirmation
of identity, be furnished with a government-issued
identification at no cost to the qualified elector.
(d) For purposes of this section, the term "valid
identification" means an unexpired government-issued
identification, unless otherwise provided for by law.
Amend Bill, page 4, lines 24 through 27, by striking out ",
INCLUDING THE ADMINISTRATION OF" in line 24, all of lines 25 and
26 and "REGISTRATION" in line 27
Amend Bill, page 4, lines 27 and 28, by striking out ".
ELECTION AUDITS SHALL BE CONDUCTED "
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See A05334 in
the context
of SB0106