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15 Results are displayed below for co-sponsorship memoranda by Representative Todd Stephens .

  Member Subject Introduced
6-25-2014 Rep. Todd Stephens Private Investment in Pennsylvania’s Future: Pre-K Impact Financing
6-16-2014 Rep. Todd Stephens and Rep. Marcy Toepel, Rep. Deberah Kula, Rep. Dom Costa, Rep. Sheryl M. Delozier Restitution in Pennsylvania Reforms-- 5 Bill Package
6-10-2014 Rep. Todd Stephens Lieutenant Joseph C. Park II Memorial Highway HB2375 
1-28-2014 Rep. Todd Stephens Establishing the Local Effort Equalization Fund (LEEF) as a supplement to the Basic Education Funding (BEF) formula to assist taxpayers in school districts receiving less than 35% of their funding from the Commonwealth HB2216 
10-16-2013 Rep. Todd Stephens Kelsey Smith Act – Using Technology to Help Victims of Crime HB1852 
9-25-2013 Rep. Todd Stephens Protection for Victims of Crime from Certain Municipal Ordinances HB1796 
5-17-2013 Rep. Todd Stephens Easing the Administrative Burden on Small Businesses HB1532 
4-10-2013 Rep. Todd Stephens Preventing the Sunset of PA’s Wiretap Act HB1356 
2-27-2013 Rep. Todd Stephens Criminals with Juvenile Adjudications Gun Legislation HB1001 
2-13-2013 Rep. Todd Stephens Protecting Dogs at Boarding Kennels from Rabies HB1196 
1-28-2013 Rep. Katharine M. Watson and Rep. Ryan P. Aument, Rep. Mauree Gingrich, Rep. David M. Maloney, Sr., Rep. Dan Moul, Rep. Todd Stephens Child Protection Package HB433  HB430  HB429  HB435  HB434  HB436  HB432  HB431 
1-14-2013 Rep. Todd Stephens Organized Retail Theft (Prior House Bill 1000) HB1000 
12-17-2012 Rep. Todd Stephens Animal Fighting Paraphernalia HB164 
12-17-2012 Rep. Todd Stephens Mental Health Records for Firearms Purchases HB1243 
12-17-2012 Rep. Todd Stephens Gun Violence – Mandatory Sentences for Felons Possessing Firearms HB1498