House of Representatives

Daily Session Update

Prepared by the Office of the Parliamentarian

February 3, 2021

Convened at 11:00 A.M.

Adjourned at 3:40 P.M.

 

 

Opening Prayer by Representative Frank Ryan.


 

Communications Received

 

Governor’s Budget Address

 

February 3, 2021

 

The Honorable Jake Corman

The Honorable Bryan Cutler

 

Dear Senator Corman and Speaker Cutler

 

In an effort to protect the health and safety of everyone in the Capitol and to allow for proper social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I will not be requesting a Joint Session of the General Assembly to present my annual budget address as in previous years.

 

However, I would appreciate consideration for each Chamber to allow Members to watch a presentation for this year’s budget address on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, at a time that is convenient to the General Assembly during your respective sessions.

 

Sincerely,

 

TOM WOLF

The Governor


The Speaker acknowledged receipt of the 2021 Employment First Annual Report from the Governor’s Office.


 

Committees on Committees

Supplemental Report

 

In the House of Representatives

February 3, 2021

 

RESOLVED, That

        

Representative George Dunbar, Westmoreland County, resigned as a member of the Appropriations Committee.

 

Representative Natalie Mihalek, Allegheny and Washington Counties, was elected a member of the Appropriations Committee.

 

Representative George Dunbar, Westmoreland County, resigned as a member of the Finance Committee.

 

Representative Josh Kail, Beaver and Washington Counties, was elected a member of the Finance Committee

 

Representative George Dunbar, Westmoreland County, resigned as a member of the Commerce Committee.

 

Representative Chris Quinn, Delaware County, was elected a member of the Commerce Committee

 

Representative George Dunbar, Westmoreland County, resigned as a member of the Gaming Oversight Committee.

 

Representative Meghan Schroeder, Bucks County, was elected a member of the Gaming Oversight Committee.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

Stan Saylor, Chairman

Committee on Committees

 

Communications Received From the Senate

 

 

Voting Schedule

 

 

Concurrence in Senate Amendments

 

 

Concurrence in Senate Amendments to House Amendments

 

 

Bills on Second Consideration

 

HB 157 PN 0122

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 178 PN 0146

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 186 PN 0154

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 203 PN 0239

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

HB 284 PN 0282

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration 

SB 109 PN 0102

Bill Agreed to on Second Consideration

 

Bills on Third Consideration

 

HB 11 PN 0007

202 – 0           Sent to Senate for Concurrence

HB 12 PN 0008

202 – 0           Sent to Senate for Concurrence

HB 16 PN 0010

202 – 0           Sent to Senate for Concurrence

 

Bills Signed by the Speaker

 

 

Bills Referred

 

HB 328     Consumer Affairs

HB 329     Consumer Affairs

HB 330     Judiciary

HB 331     Commerce

HB 332     Environmental Resources and Energy

 

HB 334     Transportation

HB 335     State Government

HB 336     Commerce

HB 337     Judiciary

HB 338     Judiciary

HB 339     Appropriations

HB 340     Human Services

HB 341     Liquor Control

HB 342     Finance

HB 343     Judiciary

HB 344     Liquor Control

 

HB 346     Labor and Industry

HB 347     Appropriations

HB 348     Labor and Industry

HB 349     Judiciary

HB 350     Insurance

HB 351     Consumer Affairs

HB 352     Judiciary

HB 353     Environmental Resources and Energy

HB 354     Labor and Industry

HB 355     Urban Affairs

HB 356     Labor and Industry

 

HB 359     Finance

HB 360     Education

HB 361     Judiciary

HB 362     Education

HB 363     Consumer Affairs

HB 364     Judiciary

HB 365     Education

HB 366     State Government

HB 367     Local Government

HB 368     Labor and Industry

HB 369     Children and Youth

HB 370     Consumer Affairs

HB 371     Transportation

HB 372     Urban Affairs

HB 373     Education

HB 374     Consumer Affairs

HB 375     Environmental Resources and Energy

HB 376     Consumer Affairs

HB 377     Consumer Affairs

HB 378     Labor and Industry

HB 379     Health

HB 380     Transportation

HB 381     Local Government

HB 382     Judiciary

HB 383     Local Government

HB 384     Judiciary

HB 385     Finance

 

HB 387     Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HB 388     Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HB 389     Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HB 390     Labor and Industry

 

HR 29        Environmental Resources and Energy

 

HR 42        State Government

HR 43        Judiciary

 

Bills Recommitted

 

HB 157        To Appropriations

HB 178         To Appropriations

HB 186         To Appropriations

HB 203         To Appropriations

HB 284         To Appropriations

SB 109         To Appropriations

 

Bills ReReferred

 

 

Bills Reported from Committee

 

HB 11           From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 12           From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 16           From Appropriations Re-Reported as Committed

HB 196        From Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness as Committed

HB 326        From Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness as Committed

 

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

 

HB 101

HB 110

HB 187

HB 326

 

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

 

 

House Resolutions Adopted

 

 

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

The House of Representatives adjourned

Until Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 11:00 A.M.

unless sooner recalled by the Speaker.