House of Representatives

Daily Session Update

Prepared by the Office of the Parliamentarian

October 21, 2019

 

 

Communications Received

 

The Speaker acknowledged receipt of the 911 Annual Report for 2018 from the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

 

The Speaker acknowledged receipt of the 2018 Annual Report from the Board of Directors of City Trusts, acting for the city of Philadelphia.

 

Communications Received From the Senate

 

 

Voting Schedule

 

 

Concurrence in Senate Amendments

 

 

Concurrence in Senate Amendments to House Amendments

 

 

Bills on Second Consideration

 

HB 1705 PN 2297

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 1780 PN 2370

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 1803 PN 2567

 

       A02939 (TOEPEL)

199 – 0          

 

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration as Amended

 

Bills on Third Consideration

 

HB 269 PN 2021

199 – 0           Sent to Senate for Concurrence

HB 732 PN 0960

199 – 0           Sent to Senate for Concurrence

HB 1048 PN 1211

199 – 0           Sent to Senate for Concurrence

HB 1542 PN 2601

199 – 0           Sent to Senate for Concurrence

HB 1589 PN 2602

196 – 3           Sent to Senate for Concurrence

 

Bills Signed by the Speaker

 

 

 

Bills Referred

 

HR 526     Tourism and Recreational Development

HR 527     Commerce

HR 528     Commerce

HR 529     Children and Youth

HR 530     Judiciary

HR 531     Human Services

HR 532     Aging and Older Adult Services

HR 533     Human Services

HR 534     Judiciary

HR 535     Labor & Industry

HR 536     Children and Youth

HR 537     Health

HR 538     Tourism and Recreational Development

HR 539     Transportation

HR 540     Children and Youth

HR 541     Judiciary

HR 542     Professional Licensure

HR 543     Human Services

HR 544     Commerce

HR 545     State Government

HR 546     Agriculture and Rural Affairs

HR 547     Labor & Industry

HR 548     Health

HR 549     Human Services

HR 550     Professional Licensure

HR 551     Human Services

HR 552     Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HR 553     Children and Youth

HR 554     Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HR 555     Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HR 556     Health

HR 557     Health

HR 558     Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HR 559     Commerce

HR 560     Children and Youth

HR 561     Health

HR 562     Tourism and Recreational Development

HR 563     Insurance

HR 564     Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HR 565     Health

HR 566     Health

 

HR 568     Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HR 569     Judiciary

HR 570     Health

HR 571     Tourism and Recreational Development

HR 572     Children and Youth

HR 573     Children and Youth

HR 574     Aging and Older Adult Services

HR 575     Game & Fish

HR 576     Human Services

HR 577     Finance

HR 578     Tourism and Recreational Development

HR 579     Judiciary

HR 580     Health

 

HB 1587   Judiciary

 

HB 1878   Labor & Industry

 

HB 1880   Health

HB 1881   Education

HB 1882   Education

HB 1883   Human Services

HB 1884   Finance

HB 1885   Gaming Oversight

 

HB 1888   Professional Licensure

HB 1889   Judiciary

HB 1890   Health

HB 1891   Commerce

HB 1892   Urban Affairs

HB 1893   Education

HB 1894   Education

HB 1895   Human Services

HB 1896   State Government

HB 1897   Education

HB 1898   Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HB 1899   Judiciary

HB 1900   Professional Licensure

 

HB 1902   Education

HB 1903   Judiciary

HB 1904   Judiciary

HB 1905   Judiciary

HB 1906   Judiciary

HB 1907   Transportation

HB 1908   Labor & Industry

HB 1909   Education

HB 1910   Judiciary

HB 1911   Transportation

HB 1912   Health

HB 1913   Transportation

HB 1914   Environmental Resources & Energy

HB 1915   Transportation

HB 1916   Judiciary

HB 1917   Judiciary

HB 1918   Health

 

HB 1920   Human Services

HB 1921   Judiciary

HB 1922   Professional Licensure

HB 1923   Professional Licensure

HB 1924   Professional Licensure

 

HB 1926   Professional Licensure

 

HB 1930   Aging and Older Adult Services

HB 1931   State Government

HB 1932   Health

HB 1933   Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HB 1934   Education

HB 1935   Education

HB 1936   Education

HB 1937   Transportation

HB 1938   Education

HB 1939   State Government

HB 1940   Health

HB 1941   Judiciary

HB 1942   Health

HB 1943   Health

HB 1944   Judiciary

HB 1945   State Government

HB 1946   Transportation

HB 1947   Professional Licensure

HB 1948   Transportation

HB 1949   Education

HB 1950   Agriculture and Rural Affairs

 

HB 1959   Agriculture and Rural Affairs

 

HB 1961   State Government

HB 1962   State Government

HB 1963   State Government

HB 1964   State Government

 

HB 1966   Judiciary

HB 1967   Judiciary

HB 1968   Judiciary

HB 1969   Transportation

HB 1970   Consumer Affairs

 

HB 1973   Transportation

 

HB 1977   Judiciary

 

SB 439      Judiciary

 

SB 586      Professional Licensure

 

SB 694      Environmental Resources & Energy

 

Bills Recommitted

 

HB 1705      To Appropriations

HB 1780      To Appropriations

HB 1803      To Appropriations

 

Bills ReReferred

 

 

Bills Reported from Committee

 

HB 269        From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 732        From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 1048      From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 1542      From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 1589      From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 434        From Education as Amended

HB 1315      From Education as Amended

HB 1881      From Education as Committed

HR 450        From Education as Committed

HR 454        From Education as Committed

HR 477        From Education as Committed

HR 479        From Education as Committed

HR 517        From Education as Committed

SB 456         From Education as Amended

HB 376        From Finance as Amended

HB 1189      From Finance as Amended

HR 523        From Finance as Committed

HR 563        From Insurance as Committed

HB 1617      From Liquor Control as Amended

HB 1886      From Liquor Control as Committed

HR 452        From Tourism and Recreational Development Committed

HR 478        From Tourism and Recreational Development Committed

HR 571        From Tourism and Recreational Development Committed

HB 190        From Transportation as Amended

HB 1597      From Transportation as Committed

HB 1665      From Transportation as Committed

HB 1719      From Transportation as Committed

HB 1754      From Transportation as Committed

HB 1770      From Transportation as Committed

HB 1782      From Transportation as Amended

HB 1825      From Transportation as Committed

HB 1907      From Transportation as Committed

HR 539        From Transportation as Committed

 

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

 

HB 111

HB 1773

HB 1816

HB 1839

 

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

 

HB 111

 

House Resolutions Adopted

 

HR 269

A Resolution honoring the life and service of Staff Sergeant Christopher K.A. Slutman, who tragically lost his life in the line of duty while serving the United States Marine Corps, and extending condolences to his family and friends.

198 – 0

HR 270

A Resolution honoring the life and service of Staff Sergeant Benjamin S. Hines, who tragically lost his life in the line of duty while serving the United States Marine Corps, and extending condolences to his family and friends.

198 – 0

HR 462

A Resolution designating the month of October 2019 as "Fire Prevention Month" and recognizing the week of October 6 through 12, 2019, as "National Fire Prevention Week" in Pennsylvania.

198 – 0

HR 476

A Resolution observing September 15 through October 15, 2019, as "Hispanic Heritage Month" in Pennsylvania.

199 – 0

HR 492

A Resolution designating the month of September 2019 as "Benzodiazepine Addiction Recovery Month" in Pennsylvania.

199 – 0

HR 496

A Resolution designating the week of September 8 through 14, 2019, as "Direct Support Professionals Week" in Pennsylvania.

199 – 0

HR 506

A Resolution designating the month of September 2019 as "Sepsis Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.

199 – 0

 

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

The House of Representatives adjourned

until Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 11:00 A.M.

unless sooner recalled by the Speaker.