House of Representatives

Daily Session Update

Prepared by the Office of the Parliamentarian

September 15, 2021

Convened at 12 NOON

For Non-Voting Session

Adjourned at 12:10 P.M.

 

 

Opening Prayer by Speaker Bryan Cutler.

 


 

Communications Received

 

†††††††† TO:†† All House Members

†††††††††††††††††

††† FROM:†† Bryan Cutler

†††††††††††††† †† Speaker of the House

 

††† DATE:†† September 15, 2021

 

SUBJECT:Non-Voting Session

 

I am hereby recalling the House to Session for Non-Voting Session on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at 12 Noon.

 


 

The Speaker acknowledged receipt of a letter of resignation from Margo l. Davidson, State Representatives of the 164th Legislative District, effective July 23, 2021.

 


 

The Speaker submitted for the record a copy of the Writ for the Special Election to be held for the 164th Legislative District on November 2, 2021.

 


 

September 13, 2021

 

Dear Speaker Cutler,

 

Representative Kevin Boyle is temporarily removed as Chairman of the House Finance Committee and is temporarily replaced by Representative Patty Kim.

 

Sincerely,

 

Joanna McClinton

Democratic Leader

 


 

August 4, 2021

 

Dear Representative Harkins,

 

Pursuant to the Rules of the House for the 2021-22 Legislative Session, I am hereby appointing you Democratic Chairman of the Gaming Oversight Committee.

 

Sincerely,

 

Joanna McClinton

Democratic Leader

 


 

August 4, 2021

 

Dear Representative Conklin,

 

Pursuant to the Rules of the House for the 2021-22 Legislative Session, I am hereby appointing you Democratic Chairman of the State Government Committee.

 

Sincerely,

 

Joanna McClinton

Democratic Leader


 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES

SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT

 

In the House of Representatives

September 15, 2021

 

Resolved that,

 

Representative Mullins, Lackawanna County is elected a member of the Appropriations Committee.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

Rep. Joanna McClinton

Leader

Democratic Caucus

 


 

The Speaker submitted the following Reports for the record:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

The Speaker acknowledged receipt of several letters from the Independent Fiscal Office regarding Actuarial Notes for:

 

House Bill 1698, Printerís Number 1916; House Bill 1671, Printerís Number 1874; House Bill 811, Printerís Number 1778; House Bill 967, Printerís Number 977; and House Bill 1578, Printerís Number 1730.

 


 

The Regulatory Review Resolution reported from the Committee of Environmental Resources and Energy will appear on our next Session Day Calendar as House Concurrent Regulatory Review Resolution #1 of 2021.

Communications Received From the Senate

 

 

Voting Schedule

 

 

Concurrence in Senate Amendments

 

 

Concurrence in Senate Amendments to House Amendments

 

 

Bills on Second Consideration

 

 

Bills on Third Consideration

 

 

Bills Signed by the Speaker

 

 

Bills Referred

 

HR 121†††† Commerce

HR 122†††† Human Services

 

HR 124†††† Game and Fisheries

HR 125†††† Transportation

HR 126†††† Children and Youth

HR 127†††† Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HR 128†††† Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HR 129†††† Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HR 130†††† Transportation

HR 131†††† Education

HR 132†††† Health

HR 133†††† Children and Youth

HR 134†††† State Government

HR 135†††† State Government

HR 136†††† Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HR 137†††† State Government

HR 138†††† Education

HR 139†††† Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

 

HB 1††††††††† Education

 

HB 20††††††† Environmental Resources and Energy

 

HB 1370†† Commerce

 

HB 1530†† Judiciary

 

HB 1565†† Environmental Resources and Energy

 

HB 1567†† Professional Licensure

 

HB 1709†† Finance

HB 1710†† Transportation

HB 1711†† Transportation

HB 1712†† State Government

HB 1713†† Education

HB 1714†† Consumer Affairs

HB 1715†† Education

HB 1716†† Local Government

HB 1717†† State Government

HB 1718†† Judiciary

HB 1719†† Judiciary

HB 1720†† Agriculture and Rural Affairs

HB 1721†† Agriculture and Rural Affairs

HB 1722†† Health

HB 1723†† Health

HB 1724†† Commerce

HB 1725†† Transportation

HB 1726†† Health

HB 1727†† Transportation

HB 1728†† Education

HB 1729†† Professional Licensure

HB 1730†† Education

HB 1731†† Children and Youth†††††

HB 1732†† Labor and Industry

HB 1733†† Liquor Control

HB 1734†† Finance

HB 1735†† Agriculture and Rural Affairs

HB 1736†† Judiciary

HB 1737†† Children and Youth

HB 1738†† State Government

HB 1739†† Labor and Industry

HB 1740†† Environmental Resources and Energy

HB 1741†† Health

HB 1742†† Consumer Affairs

HB 1743†† Urban Affairs

HB 1744†† Labor and Industry

HB 1745†† Labor and Industry

HB 1746†† Education

HB 1747†† Judiciary

HB 1748†† Labor and Industry

HB 1749†† Education

HB 1750†† Urban Affairs

HB 1751†† Judiciary

HB 1752†† Judiciary

 

HB 1754†† Local Government

HB 1755†† Environmental Resources and Energy

HB 1756†† Finance

HB 1757†† Consumer Affairs

HB 1758†† Transportation

HB 1759†† Transportation

HB 1760†† Commerce

HB 1761†† Urban Affairs

HB 1762†† Labor and Industry

HB 1763†† Environmental Resources and Energy

HB 1764†† Labor and Industry

HB 1765†† Transportation

HB 1766†† Consumer Affairs

HB 1767†† Judiciary

HB 1768†† Education

HB 1769†† Children and Youth

HB 1770†† Professional Licensure

HB 1771†† State Government

HB 1772†† State Government

HB 1773†† Transportation

HB 1774†† Health

HB 1775†† Urban Affairs

 

HB 1777†† Urban Affairs

HB 1778†† Education

HB 1779†† Consumer Affairs

HB 1780†† Environmental Resources and Energy

HB 1781†† Judiciary

HB 1782†† Education

HB 1783†† Education

HB 1784†† Education

HB 1785†† Transportation

HB 1786†† Judiciary

HB 1787†† Education

HB 1788†† Education

HB 1789†† Consumer Affairs

HB 1790†† Labor and Industry

HB 1791†† Urban Affairs

HB 1792†† State Government

HB 1793†† Commerce

HB 1794†† Commerce

HB 1795†† Urban Affairs

HB 1796†† Transportation

HB 1797†† State Government

HB 1798†† Transportation

HB 1799†† Finance

 

HB 1801†† Professional Licensure

HB 1802†† Labor and Industry

HB 1803†† Education

HB 1804†† Consumer Affairs

HB 1805†† Finance

HB 1806†† Local Government

HB 1807†† Education

HB 1808†† Finance

HB 1809†† Education

HB 1810†† Judiciary

HB 1811†† Transportation

HB 1812†† Agriculture and Rural Affairs

HB 1813†† Education

HB 1814†† Education

HB 1815†† Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HB 1816†† Health

HB 1817†† Finance

HB 1818†† Health

HB 1819†† Labor and Industry

HB 1820†† Education

HB 1821†† Education

HB 1822†† Judiciary

HB 1823†† State Government

HB 1824†† Local Government

HB 1825†† Education

 

HB 1827†† Urban Affairs

HB 1828†† Health

HB 1829†† Labor and Industry

HB 1830†† Transportation

HB 1831†† Judiciary

HB 1832†† Judiciary

HB 1833†† Judiciary

HB 1834†† Judiciary

HB 1835†† Judiciary

HB 1836†† Judiciary

HB 1837†† Labor and Industry

HB 1838†† State Government

HB 1839†† Urban Affairs

HB 1840†† Urban Affairs

HB 1841†† Local Government

HB 1842†† Environmental Resources and Energy

HB 1843†† Children and Youth

HB 1844†† Children and Youth

HB 1845†† Children and Youth

HB 1846†† Judiciary

HB 1847†† Agriculture and Rural Affairs

HB 1848†† Judiciary

HB 1849†† Professional Licensure

HB 1850†† Judiciary

HB 1851†† Finance

HB 1852†† Labor and Industry

 

HB 1854†† Labor and Industry

HB 1855†† Consumer Affairs

HB 1856†† Labor and Industry

HB 1857†† Labor and Industry

HB 1858†† Local Government

HB 1859†† Judiciary

HB 1860†† Judiciary

HB 1861†† State Government

HB 1862†† Professional Licensure

HB 1863†† Children and Youth

HB 1864†† Judiciary

 

HB 1867†† Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness

HB 1868†† Professional Licensure

HB 1869†† Transportation

 

SB 397††††† Professional Licensure

SB 398††††† Professional Licensure

 

SB 574††††† Local Government

 

SB 674††††† Local Government

 

SB 708††††† Judiciary

 

SB 772††††† Insurance

 

Bills Recommitted

 

 

Bills ReReferred

 

HB 1705†† To State Government

 

Bills Reported from the Rules Committee and Tabled Pursuant to House Rule 22

 

HB 128

HB 262

HB 424

HB 520

HB 604

HB 637

HB 668

HB 822

HB 829

HB 860

HB 947

HB 1170

HB 1177

HB 1181

HB 1280

HB 1294

HB 1325

HB 1350

HB 1351

HB 1367

HB 1378

HB 1385

HB 1410

HB 1438

HB 1443

HB 1445

HB 1446

HB 1486

HB 1493

HB 1533

HB 1534

HB 1546

HB 1577

HB 1585

HB 1586

HB 1587

HB 1590

HB 1615

HB 1639

HB 1651

HB 1653

HB 1658

HB 1660

 

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

 

HB 1055

HB 1220

HB 1224

HB 1227

HB 1304

HB 1307

HB 1312

HB 1389

HB 1427

SB 114

SB 155

 

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

 

HB 1055

HB 1220

HB 1224

HB 1227

HB 1304

HB 1307

HB 1312

HB 1389

HB 1427

SB 114

SB 155

 

House Resolutions Adopted

 

 

This is not an official record of the dayís legislative activity.

The House of Representatives adjourned

Until Monday, September 20, 2021 at 12 Noon

unless sooner recalled by the Speaker.