House of Representatives

Daily Session Update

Prepared by the Office of the Parliamentarian

May 13, 2019

 

 

Communications Received

 

The Speaker acknowledged receipt of two letters from the Independent Fiscal Office regarding requests for two Actuarial Notes for Amendments 1232 and 1239 to House Bill 615, Printer’s Number 610.

 

The Speaker acknowledged receipt of a letter from the Independent Fiscal Office regarding a request for an Actuarial Note for House Bill 615, Printer’s Number 1784.

 

The Speaker acknowledged receipt of Federal Form 990 for the year-ended June 30, 2018 from the University of Pittsburgh.

 

Communications Received from the Senate

 

 

Voting Schedule

 

 

Concurrence in Senate Amendments

 

 

Concurrence in Senate Amendments to House Amendments

 

 

Bills on Second Consideration

 

HB 375 PN 0348

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 633 PN 0628

 

       A01251 (M. K. KELLER)

198 – 0        

       A01305 (FREEMAN)

199 – 0        

 

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration as Amended

HB 855 PN 0969

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 920 PN 1641

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 921 PN 1442

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 922 PN 1357

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 923 PN 1406

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 1335 PN 1571

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 1346 PN 1608

 

       A01253 (MACKENZIE)

101 – 97      

       A01256 (MASSER)

108 – 90      

 

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration as Amended

SB 441 PN 0439

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

 

Bills on Third Consideration

 

HB 615 PN 1784

196 – 3         Sent to Senate for Concurrence

HB 917 PN 1055

199 – 0         Sent to Senate for Concurrence

HB 937 PN 1068

199 – 0         Sent to Senate for Concurrence

HB 1077 PN 1628

196 – 2         Sent to Senate for Concurrence

HB 1237 PN 1471

199 – 0         Sent to Senate for Concurrence

HB 1324 PN 1783

199 – 0         Sent to Senate for Concurrence

 

Bills Signed by the Speaker

 

 

Bills Referred

 

HR 327     Commerce

HR 328     To Uncontested Calendar Under Rule 35

HR 329     To Uncontested Calendar Under Rule 35

 

HR 331     To Uncontested Calendar Under Rule 35

HR 334     To Uncontested Calendar Under Rule 35

HR 335     To Uncontested Calendar Under Rule 35

 

HR 339     To Uncontested Calendar Under Rule 35

 

HB 1063   Judiciary

 

HB 1441   Transportation

HB 1442   Aging and Older Adult Services

 

HB 1444   Local Government

HB 1445   Finance

HB 1446   Education

HB 1447   Judiciary

HB 1448   Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HB 1449   Education

HB 1450   Education

HB 1451   Education

 

SB 89        Education

 

SB 145      Agriculture and Rural Affairs

 

SB 338      Transportation

 

Bills Recommitted

 

HB 375        To Appropriations

HB 633         To Appropriations

HB 855         To Appropriations

HB 920         To Appropriations

HB 921         To Appropriations

HB 922         To Appropriations

HB 923         To Appropriations

HB 1335      To Appropriations

HB 1346      To Appropriations

SB 441         To Appropriations

 

Bills ReReferred

 

 

Bills Reported from Committee

 

HB 615        From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 917         From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 937         From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 1077      From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 1237      From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 1324      From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 1350      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1351      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1352      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1353      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1354      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1367      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1368      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1369      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1370      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1371      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1372      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1373      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1374      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 1375      From Appropriations as Committed

HB 355        From Education as Committed

HB 356        From Education as Committed

HB 357        From Education as Committed

HB 358        From Education as Committed

HB 1325      From Gaming Oversight as Committed

HB 924        From Insurance as Amended

HB 1283      From Insurance as Amended

 

Bills Removed from the Tabled Calendar and Placed on the Active Calendar

 

HB 102

HB 770

HB 1037

HB 1172

HB 1184

HB 1277

 

Bills Removed from the Active Calendar and Placed on the Tabled Calendar

 

 

House Resolutions Adopted

 

HR 125

A Resolution recognizing the week of May 12 through 18, 2019, as "National Police Week" and May 15, 2019, as "Peace Officers Memorial Day" in Pennsylvania.

198 – 0 

HR 227

A Resolution honoring the life and service of Milan Barber, who gave his life protecting others, and extending condolences to his family.

198 – 0  

HR 235

A Resolution honoring Jacobus Franciscus "Jim" Thorpe by designating May 18, 2019, as "Jim Thorpe Day" in Pennsylvania.

198 – 0  

HR 240

A Resolution designating the month of May 2019 as "Bike Month," the week of May 13 through 17, 2019, as "Bike to Work Week" and May 17, 2019, as "Bike to Work Day" in Pennsylvania.

198 – 0  

HR 246

A Resolution commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge.

198 – 0  

HR 257

A Resolution encouraging all residents of this Commonwealth to observe "Earth Day" on April 22, 2019.

198 – 0  

HR 259

A Resolution designating April 24, 2019, as "Pennsylvania's Day of Remembrance of the Armenian Genocide of 1915-1923."

198 – 0  

HR 262

A Resolution recognizing May 19, 2019, as "22q at the Zoo Worldwide Awareness Day" in Pennsylvania.

198 – 0  

HR 275

A Resolution designating the week of April 29 through May 6, 2019, as "Children's Mental Health Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania.

198 – 0  

HR 276

A Resolution designating the month of April 2019 as "The Month of the Young Child" in Pennsylvania.

198 – 0  

HR 304

A Resolution recognizing February 27, 2019, as "Dominican Republic Independence Day" in Pennsylvania.

198 – 0  

HR 315

A Resolution recognizing and honoring the members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., for more than a century of commitment to social activism, academic excellence and civic engagement in this Commonwealth on the occasion of Delta Day at the State Capitol.

198 – 0  

HR 318

A Resolution recognizing the 10th anniversary of the Pennsylvania Innocence Project and its efforts to free the convicted innocent.

198 – 0  

HR 323

A Resolution recognizing May 25, 2019, as "National Missing Children's Day" in Pennsylvania.

198 – 0  

 

This is not an official record of the day’s legislative activity.

The House of Representatives adjourned

until Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 11:00 A.M.

unless sooner recalled by the Speaker.