HOUSE CALENDAR
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA
SESSION OF 2017-2018

HOUSE CONVENES AT E.S.T.
2018

Bill
No.
Print.
No.
TITLE OF BILL ACTION
SECOND CONSIDERATION
COMMERCE BILLS
HOUSE
593
625
An Act amending Title 64 (Public Authorities and Quasi-Public Corporations) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in Commonwealth Financing Authority, further providing for Second Stage Loan Program.(Representatives THOMAS, DRISCOLL, McNEILL and others)--Rules, September 12, 2018
14

This bill provides for Second Stage Loan Program.

HOUSE
1213
1486
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in consolidated county assessment, further providing for short title and scope of chapter and for appeals by taxing districts and providing for standards of redress in appeals.(Representatives KAMPF, GODSHALL, McGINNIS and others)--Commerce, September 26, 2018
10

This bill provides for short title and scope of chapter and for appeals by taxing districts.

HOUSE
2241
3290
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in other subjects of taxation, providing for prohibited fees, surcharges and taxes; and making inconsistent repeals.(Representatives MUSTIO, GROVE, DIAMOND and others)--Commerce, September 12, 2018
14

This bill amends Title 53 to prohibit fees, surcharges and taxes for food and beverage, and food/beverage containers.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
CONSUMER AFFAIRS BILL
HOUSE
179
142
An Act amending Title 66 (Public Utilities) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in general provisions, further providing for definitions; in contract carrier by motor vehicle and broker, further providing for declaration of policy and definitions; and, in violations and penalties, further providing for unauthorized operation by carriers and brokers.(Representatives DAY, KNOWLES, D. COSTA and others)--Consumer Affairs, September 26, 2018
10

This bill amends Title 66 to increase penalties for unlicensed household goods movers operating in the Commonwealth.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY BILL
SENATE
652
2020
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in arson, criminal mischief and other property destruction, providing for the offense of critical infrastructure vandalism; and, in burglary and other criminal intrusion, further providing for the offense of criminal trespass.(Senators REGAN, MARTIN, SCARNATI and others)--Environmental Resources & Energy, October 10, 2018
6

This bill amends Title 18 to add the offense of a critical infrastructure facility trespasser.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
FINANCE BILLS
HOUSE
332
356
An Act amending the act of March 4, 1971 (P.L.6, No.2), known as the Tax Reform Code of 1971, in personal income tax, further providing for classes of income.(Representatives GROVE, BLOOM, NELSON and others)--Finance, September 24, 2018
12

This bill provides for classes of income.

HOUSE
871
991
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in taxation and finance, further providing for exemptions and special provisions.(Representatives TAYLOR, SOLOMON, DUNBAR and others)--Finance, October 9, 2018
7

A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in taxation and finance, further providing for exemptions and special provisions.

HOUSE
1098
2910
An Act amending the act of December 31, 1965 (P.L.1257, No.511), known as The Local Tax Enabling Act, in local taxes, further providing for delegation of taxing powers and restrictions thereon; and, in consolidated collection of local income taxes, further providing for declaration and payment of income taxes.(Representatives PEIFER, DUNBAR, FARRY and others)--Finance, October 1, 2018
9

The bill amends the Local Tax Enabling Act related to the consolidated collection of local income taxes.

HOUSE
1105
1315
An Act amending the act of March 4, 1971 (P.L.6, No.2), known as the Tax Reform Code of 1971, in realty transfer tax, further providing for definitions and for exempt parties.(Representatives RYAN, BARRAR, BOBACK and others)--Rules, September 12, 2018
14

This bill amends the Tax Reform Code to clarify the realty transfer tax exemption for veteran's organizations.

HOUSE
1401
2610
An Act amending the act of March 4, 1971 (P.L.6, No.2), known as the Tax Reform Code of 1971, providing for volumetric severance tax; and making a related repeal.(Representatives DiGIROLAMO, DeLISSIO, MURT and others)--Finance, September 12, 2018
14

This bill amends the Tax Reform Code to provide a natural gas severance tax.

HOUSE
1406
1772
An Act amending the act of March 4, 1971 (P.L.6, No.2), known as the Tax Reform Code of 1971, in personal income tax, repealing provisions relating to contribution for Korea/Vietnam Memorial National Education Center and further providing for operational provisions.(Representatives COX, PETRARCA, DRISCOLL and others)--Finance, September 13, 2018
13

This bill repeals provisions relating to contribution for Korea/Vietnam Memorial National Education Center and further providing for operational provisions.

HOUSE
2248
3485
An Act amending the act of April 3, 1992 (P.L.28, No.11), known as the Tuition Account Programs and College Savings Bond Act, in tuition account program, further providing for tuition account programs and funds and establishing the Keystone Scholars Grant Program and the Keystone Scholars Grant Program Account; and making editorial changes.(Representatives MILNE, B. O'NEILL, PEIFER and others)--Finance, September 13, 2018
13

This bill provides for tuition account programs and funds and establishing the Keystone Scholars Grant Program and the Keystone Scholars Grant Program Account.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
GAME AND FISHERIES BILL
HOUSE
1603
2121
An Act amending Title 34 (Game) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in hunting and furtaking, further providing for trespass on private property while hunting.(Representatives B. MILLER, ZIMMERMAN, GODSHALL and others)--Game & Fisheries, September 12, 2018
14

This bill amends Title 34 to provide that the offense of Trespass while Hunting will be primary offense, and increasing penalties.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
HEALTH BILLS
HOUSE
358
376
An Act providing for a volunteer health care practitioner certification; and imposing powers and duties on the Department of Health.(Representatives BAKER, PICKETT, MURT and others)--Health, October 1, 2018
9

This bill creates the Volunteer Health Care Practitioner Act.

HOUSE
1933
2738
An Act prohibiting certain benefit packages for children's health care and medical assistance to include gender or sex reassignment surgery or gender or sex transition services.(Representatives TOPPER, BAKER, BARRAR and others)--Health, October 2, 2018
8

This bill creates the Taxpayer-Funded Genera or Sex Reassignment Services Act.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
HUMAN SERVICES BILL
HOUSE
1024
2518
An Act amending the act of October 7, 2010 (P.L.484, No.70), known as the Adult Protective Services Act, in reporting suspected abuse by employees, providing for Statewide adult abuse registry.(Representatives BENNINGHOFF, BIZZARRO, BOBACK and others)--Human Services, October 16, 2018
3

This bill establishes a statewide adult abuse registry within the Department of Human Services.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
INSURANCE BILLS
HOUSE
1286
1789
An Act amending the act of March 20, 2002 (P.L.154, No.13), known as the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error (Mcare) Act, in medical professional liability, providing for punitive damages study.(Representatives MENTZER, ZIMMERMAN, HICKERNELL and others)--Insurance, October 9, 2018
7

This bill provides for punitive damages study.

HOUSE
1576
2064
An Act amending the act of May 17, 1921 (P.L.789, No.285), known as The Insurance Department Act of 1921, providing for limited lines travel insurance.(Representatives PICKETT AND DeLUCA)--Rules, September 13, 2018
13

This bill provides for limited lines travel insurance.

SENATE
257
1907
An Act amending the act of May 17, 1921 (P.L.682, No.284), known as The Insurance Company Law of 1921, providing for quality eye care for insured Pennsylvanians.(Senators WARD, WHITE, SCARNATI and others)--Insurance, June 25, 2018
15

This bill provides for quality eye care for insured Pennsylvanians.

SENATE
1003
1995
An Act amending the act of May 17, 1921 (P.L.682, No.284), known as The Insurance Company Law of 1921, in quality health care accountability and protection, further providing for emergency services.(Senator WHITE)--Insurance, September 26, 2018
10

This bill provides for emergency services.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
JUDICIARY BILLS
HOUSE
274
1497
An Act amending Title 23 (Domestic Relations) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in protection from abuse, further providing for relief.(Representatives MARSICO, READSHAW, KNOWLES and others)--Judiciary, September 24, 2018
12

This bill amends the Protection From Abuse Act to add another type of relief for the plaintiff by allowing the court to order the defendant to refrain from abusing the plaintiff's cat or dog.

HOUSE
383
386
An Act amending Title 20 (Decedents, Estates and Fiduciaries) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in ownership of property and legal title and equitable estate, further providing for right to dispose of a decedent's remains.(Representatives READSHAW, BARBIN, KORTZ and others)--Rules, October 1, 2018
9

This bill amends the Probate, Estates and Fiduciaries Code to provide for "majority rule" in decisions regarding the disposition of a decedent's remains.

HOUSE
2227
3755
An Act amending Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms; in community and municipal courts, further providing for masters; and adding provisions relating to extreme risk protection orders.(Representatives STEPHENS, CHARLTON, KULIK and others)--Rules, September 25, 2018
11

This bill adds a chapter to the Judicial Code to provide for extreme risk protection orders and makes consistent changes to the Crimes Code.

SENATE
10
2096
An act amending Title 29 (Federal Relations) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, providing for immigration preemption and cooperation.(Senators RESCHENTHALER, ALLOWAY, VULAKOVICH and others)--Judiciary, October 15, 2018
4

This bill amends Title 42 and Title 53 to waive governmental immunity for municipalities of refuge, prohibit municipalities from enacting policies relating to immigration, and to establish law enforcement agency and municipal eligibility for state grants or to participate in the sale of state surplus property.

SENATE
500
2082
An Act amending Title 23 (Domestic Relations) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in protection from abuse, further providing for commencement of proceedings.(Senators VULAKOVICH, KILLION, BARTOLOTTA and others)--Judiciary, October 15, 2018
4

This bill amends the Protection From Abuse Act to permit the court to direct the police, sheriff or other individual approved by the court to accompany the plaintiff to his/her residence when serving the defendant petitions or court orders.

SENATE
502
2083
An Act amending Title 23 (Domestic Relations) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in protection from abuse, further providing for relief.(Senators McGARRIGLE, KILLION, BARTOLOTTA and others)--Judiciary, October 15, 2018
4

This bill amends the Protection From Abuse Act to provide that a PFA order shall be tolled while a defendant is incarcerated, and then continued for 90 days when the defendant is released.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
LABOR & INDUSTRY BILL
HOUSE
2571
3883
An Act amending the act of July 23, 1970 (P.L.563, No.195), known as the Public Employe Relations Act, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in employee rights, providing for payments to employee organizations; in scope of bargaining, providing for collection of payments from nonmembers; and making related repeals.(Representatives KLUNK, BLOOM, CORR and others)--Labor & Industry, October 10, 2018
6

This bill amends the Public Employe Relations Act to ensure that nonmembers of public-sector unions are aware of their right not to contribute any monies to the representative union.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
LIQUOR CONTROL BILL
HOUSE
1741
2338
An Act amending the act of April 12, 1951 (P.L.90, No.21), known as the Liquor Code, in licenses and regulations and liquor, alcohol and malt and brewed beverages, further providing for authority to issue liquor licenses to hotels, restaurants and clubs, for sale of malt or brewed beverages by liquor licensees, for retail dispensers' restrictions on purchases and sales and for premises to be vacated by patrons.(Representatives MARSHALL, MILLARD, MULLERY and others)--Liquor Control, October 2, 2018
8

This bill amends Title 47 to allow club license holders to sell six packs to their members.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILLS
HOUSE
641
1712
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in assessments of persons and property, providing for senior property tax freeze.(Representatives GROVE, SCHWEYER, JAMES and others)--Local Government, October 11, 2018
5

This bill establishes an Optional Senior Property Tax Freeze program.

HOUSE
1142
1365
An Act amending the act of December 18, 1984 (P.L.1005, No.205), known as the Municipal Pension Plan Funding Standard and Recovery Act, in standards for municipal pension systems, further providing for definitions and providing for special procedures for certain professional services contracts.(Representatives BRIGGS AND GODSHALL)--Rules, October 15, 2018
4

This bill provides for definitions and providing for special procedures for certain professional services contracts.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE BILL
SENATE
780
1997
An Act relating to telemedicine; authorizing the regulation of telemedicine by professional licensing boards; and providing for insurance coverage of telemedicine.(Senators VOGEL, YAW, BARTOLOTTA and others)--Professional Licensure, September 26, 2018
10

This bill establishes the Telemedicine Act to specifically authorize health care providers to use telemedicine and require insurers to provide coverage and reimbursement for its use.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
STATE GOVERNMENT BILLS
HOUSE
28
2006
An Act amending Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in matters affecting government units, providing for exceptions to governmental immunity related to unauthorized aliens; and, in preemptions, providing for restriction on municipal regulation of official and employee communications relating to immigration status.(Representatives WHITE, PICKETT, A. HARRIS and others)--Rules, September 13, 2018
13

This bill amends Titles 42 and 53 define sanctuary municipalities, establish liability for damages, and set reporting requirements for public officials/employees/law enforcement.

HOUSE
466
3355
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in officers serving process and enforcing orders, further providing for powers and duties of the sheriff.(Representatives MARSHALL, DOWLING, A. HARRIS and others)--State Government, October 17, 2018
2

This bill would give full police powers to sheriffs and deputy sheriffs.

HOUSE
1531
3660
An Act amending Title 65 (Public Officers) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in open meetings, further providing for public notice and providing for notification of agency business required and exceptions.(Representatives CHRISTIANA, D. COSTA, BARRAR and others)--Rules, October 10, 2018
6

This bill amends the Sunshine Act to require increased publication of meeting agendas before public meetings and to preclude agencies from taking official action on matters that the agency does not list on the agenda.

HOUSE
1642
3357
An Act providing for an inventory of State-owned assets for the development of mobile broadband services in unserved areas and underserved areas of this Commonwealth.(Representatives PHILLIPS-HILL, SNYDER, BIZZARRO and others)--State Government, 2018
1

This bill directs the Department of General Services to conduct an inventory of existing state owned communications assets.

HOUSE
2105
4066
An Act abolishing numerous State authorities, boards, commissions, committees, councils and representatives; and making related repeals.(Representatives FRITZ, GROVE, BLOOM and others)--State Government, October 9, 2018
7

This bill repeals numerous Underutilized or outdated Boards, Councils, and Commissions.

SENATE
1034
1441
An Act amending the act of December 22, 2011 (P.L.598, No.131), known as the Congressional Redistricting Act of 2011, in establishment of congressional districts, repealing provisions relating to congressional districts.(Senators SCARNATI AND CORMAN)--State Government, September 25, 2018
11

This bill repeals the Congressional Redistricting Act of 2011.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
TRANSPORTATION BILLS
HOUSE
1446
3161
An Act amending Title 66 (Public Utilities) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in restructuring of electric utility industry, providing for transportation fueling infrastructure development.(Representatives M. QUINN, TAYLOR, BRIGGS and others)--Transportation, October 2, 2018
8

This bill amends the Transportation Code and Public Utility Code to set statewide and regional goals for alternative energy vehicle refueling stations.

SENATE
170
146
An Act amending the act of June 12, 1931 (P.L.575, No.200), entitled "An act providing for joint action by Pennsylvania and New Jersey in the development of the ports on the lower Delaware River, and the improvement of the facilities for transportation across the river; authorizing the Governor, for these purposes, to enter into an agreement with New Jersey; creating The Delaware River Joint Commission and specifying the powers and duties thereof, including the power to finance projects by the issuance of revenue bonds; transferring to the new commission all the powers of the Delaware River Bridge Joint Commission; and making an appropriation," further providing for the Delaware River Joint Commission, for composition, for employees, for financing and for executive sessions; providing for majority approval and contract procedures; further providing for report; providing for conflicts of interest and for master plan; creating the Port Authority Transit Corporation Commuter's Council; further providing for definitions; authorizing the Governor to apply for approval; prohibiting the entrance into a compact until passage of a similar act; and making editorial changes.(Senators RAFFERTY, GREENLEAF, SCAVELLO and others)--Transportation, September 25, 2018
11

This bill amends the Delaware River Port Authority Interstate Compact between PA and NJ to enact comprehensive reforms.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
VETERANS AFFAIRS & EMERGENCY PREP. BILLS
HOUSE
1835
2548
An Act amending Title 35 (Health and Safety) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in grants to fire companies and emergency medical services companies, further providing for definitions, for award of grants and for requiring fire companies and emergency medical services companies to establish a social media policy in order to be eligible to receive grant funds.(Representatives BARRAR, SAINATO, BARBIN and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, September 12, 2018
14

This bill provides for social media policies for Fire and EMS Departments.

HOUSE
1836
2549
An Act authorizing the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to join the Physical Therapy Licensure Compact; and providing for the form of the compact.(Representatives BARRAR, V. BROWN, P. COSTA and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, September 12, 2018
14

This bill establishes the Commonwealth participation in the Physical Therapists Compact, thereby allowing licensure reciprocity for military spouses that work in Pennsylvania.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
JUDICIARY BILLS
HOUSE
111
3462
A Joint Resolution proposing integrated amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, changing and adding provisions relating to selection of justices and judges.(Representatives CUTLER, DEAN, DRISCOLL and others)--Appropriations, September 13, 2018 Fiscal-Note Attached
13

This bill amends the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, changing and adding provisions relating to selection of justices and judges.

SENATE
461
1026
An Act amending Title 44 (Law and Justice) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in DNA data and testing, further providing for policy, for definitions, for powers and duties of State Police, for State DNA Data Base, for State DNA Data Bank, for State Police recommendation of additional offenses, for procedural compatibility with FBI and for DNA sample required upon conviction, delinquency adjudication and certain ARD cases, providing for collection from persons accepted from other jurisdictions and further providing for procedures for withdrawal, collection and transmission of DNA samples, for procedures for conduct, disposition and use of DNA analysis, for DNA data base exchange and for expungement.(Senators KILLION, BOSCOLA, BREWSTER and others)--Appropriations, October 15, 2018 Fiscal-Note Attached
4

This bill amends the Law and Justice Code relating to DNA Detection of Sexual Offenders and Other Offenders.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILLS
HOUSE
1573
2051
An Act amending Titles 8 (Boroughs and Incorporated Towns) and 11 (Cities) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in powers and duties of elected officials, further providing for completion, filing and publication of auditor's report and financial statement; and, in accounts and finances, further providing for annual reports, publication, filing report with Department of Community and Economic Development and penalty.(Representatives HARPER, KAMPF, JAMES and others)--Appropriations, October 17, 2018 Fiscal-Note Attached
2

This bill amends the Borough Code and the Third Class City Code to allow for concise publication of annual financial reports.

HOUSE
1574
2052
An Act amending the act of June 24, 1931 (P.L.1206, No.331), known as The First Class Township Code, in auditors, further providing for surcharges, auditors' report and publication of financial statements.(Representatives HARPER, KAMPF, JAMES and others)--Appropriations, October 17, 2018 Fiscal-Note Attached
2

This bill amends the First Class Township Code to allow for concise publication of annual financial reports.

HOUSE
1575
2053
An Act amending the act of April 18, 1929 (P.L.612, No.253), entitled "An act for the election of the mayor, members of town council, and auditors, in incorporated towns of the Commonwealth; regulating the manner of voting for such officers, and repealing inconsistent general, local and special laws," further providing for publication of audit report.(Representatives HARPER, KAMPF, JAMES and others)--Appropriations, October 17, 2018 Fiscal-Note Attached
2

This bill amends Act 253 of 1929 for the Town of Bloomsburg to allow for concise publication of annual financial reports.

BILL ON CONCURRENCE
IN SENATE AMENDMENTS
AS AMENDED
HOUSE
153
2993
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, reducing the size of the General Assembly.(Representatives KNOWLES, TURZAI, REED and others)--Rules, September 25, 2018
11

RESOLUTIONS
HOUSE
17
20
A Resolution requesting the Congress of the United States to urge the Food and Drug Administration to reverse its directive allowing OxyContin to be prescribed to children 11 to 16 years of age.(Representatives BURNS, MURT, DiGIROLAMO and others)--Human Services, September 24, 2018
12

HOUSE
83
433
A Resolution directing the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to study vote-recording systems for the House of Representatives.(Representatives ROAE, ORTITAY, MACKENZIE and others)--State Government, 2018
1

HOUSE
284
1556
A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States to repeal the Environmental Protection Agency's MS4 program.(Representatives MOUL, KEEFER, SANKEY and others)--State Government, October 15, 2018
4

HOUSE
429
3312
A Resolution establishing a legislative task force on the delivery of high-speed broadband services and directing the Joint State Government Commission to establish an advisory committee to conduct a study on the delivery of high-speed broadband services in unserved areas and underserved areas of this Commonwealth and to report its findings and recommendations to the House of Representatives.(Representatives PHILLIPS-HILL, SNYDER, BIZZARRO and others)--State Government, October 10, 2018
6

HOUSE
604
2703
A Concurrent Resolution urging the President and Congress of the United States to take immediate action to preserve the underwater graves of servicepersons who died defending this nation.(Representatives GILLEN, BARRAR, BIZZARRO and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, October 16, 2018
3

HOUSE
760
3175
A Concurrent Resolution declaring that the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is committed to equal rights for individuals with cognitive disabilities to technology and information access and calling for implementation of these rights with deliberate speed.(Representatives CRUZ, DiGIROLAMO, YOUNGBLOOD and others)--Human Services, October 17, 2018
2

HOUSE
761
3176
A Resolution urging the Federal Government to allocate significant funds to Pennsylvania to be used for Lyme disease research and data surveillance.(Representatives R. BROWN, BARBIN, BIZZARRO and others)--Health, 2018
1

HOUSE
943
3570
A Resolution urging the United States Food and Drug Administration to promptly consider candidates for Lyme disease vaccinations currently seeking approval under the drug approval process.(Representative TALLMAN)--Health, September 26, 2018
10

HOUSE
1112
4122
A Resolution calling upon the Federal Government to prioritize and consider the need for resilient infrastructure to reduce risks and meet the country's economic, environmental and social needs.(Representatives BARRAR, BOBACK, JAMES and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, October 15, 2018
4

SENATE
154
1019
A Concurrent Resolution disapproving the part of the Real Property Disposition Plan No. 1 of 2013 that provided for the disposition of approximately 198 acres in Shenango Township, Lawrence County.(Senator VOGEL)--State Government, October 9, 2018
7

SENATE
228
1427
A Concurrent Resolution establishing a Global Education Task Force.(Senators EICHELBERGER, DINNIMAN, GORDNER and others)--Education, September 25, 2018
11

RESOLUTION
PURSUANT TO RULE 35
HOUSE
609
2725
A Resolution celebrating people with Down syndrome and denouncing the practice of selectively aborting fetuses with Down syndrome.(Representatives KULIK, TURZAI, RAPP and others)--November 21, 2017

D.R.
1
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House
July 7, 2017
Discharging the Committee on Environmental Resources and Energy, from further consideration of House Bill No. 557, Printer's No. 580. (EVERETT, SNYDER, PICKETT, WHEELAND, MILLARD, BAKER, FRITZ, VITALI, PASHINSKI, HANNA, HAGGERTY, MCCARTER, DRISCOLL, SAMUELSON, F. KELLER, HARPER, BOBACK, PEIFER, M. QUINN, SIMS, GODSHALL, FREEMAN, WATSON, DIGIROLAMO, KRUEGER-BRANEKY) --July 7, 2017

D.R.
3
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House
July 22, 2017
Discharging the Committee on Labor and Industry, from further consideration of House Bill No. 1520, Printer's No. 1955. (RABB, FRANKEL, DEAN, THOMAS, STURLA, WHEATLEY, COMITTA, BRIGGS, KIM, MADDEN, HARRIS, DONATUCCI, SIMS, BOYLE, KELLER W., MCCLINTON, FLYNN, CEPHAS, BULLOCK, GAINEY, FITZGERALD, DELISSIO, CRUZ, FREEMAN, KRUEGER-BRANKEY) --July 22, 2017

D.R.
4
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House
September 19, 2017
Discharging the Committee on Appropriations, from further consideration of House Bill No. 1416, Printer's No. 1781. (PASHINSKI, DEAN, MCCARTER, KORTZ, BARBIN, READSHAW, HARKINS, CRUZ, DRISCOLL, KULIK, FLYNN, HANNA, KIRKLAND, COSTA, BURNS, DONATUCCI, WHEATLEY, SCHWEYER, RABB, COMITTA, KIM, MADDEN, DELUCA, DELISSIO, KRUEGER-BRANEKY) --September 19, 2017

D.R.
5
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House
December 12, 2017
Discharging the Committee on State Government, from further consideration of House Bill No. 1410, Printer's No. 2114. (FRANKEL, MCCARTER, RABB, BRIGGS, DALEY, COMITTA, DEAN, SIMS, ROZZI, KRUEGER-BRANEKY, SCHWEYER, MADDEN, BULLOCK, HILL-EVANS, DELISSIO, SCHLOSSBERG, CEPHAS, SOLOMON, VAZQUEZ, COSTA, RAVENSTAHL, GAINEY, DAVIS, YOUNGBLOOD, BRADFORD ) --December 12, 2017

D.R.
6
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House
April 9, 2018
Discharging the Committee on State Government, from further consideration of House Bill No. 722, Printer's No. 1671. (SAMUELSON, DELISSIO, DALEY, MADDEN, HARKINS, FREEMAN, NEILSON, DRISCOLL, D. MILLER, RAVENSTAHL, CONKLIN, MCNEILL, BRIGGS, P. COSTA, WARREN, SCHWEYER, VAZQUEZ, SCHLOSSBERG, MULLERY, KAVULICH, T. DAVIS, COMITTA, MCCARTER, MCGINNIS, KIM) -- April 9, 2018

D.R.
7
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House
April 10, 2018
Discharging the Committee on Health, from further consideration of House Bill No. 669, Printer's No. 713. (CRUZ, VAZQUEZ, DAVIDSON, PASHINSKI, DAVIS A., HILL-EVANS, BULLOCK, BROWN V., DONATUCCI, NEILSON, KELLER W., MCNEILL, CARROLL, BARBIN, SOLOMON, CEPHAS, CONKLIN, DEAN, KINSEY, FITZGERALD, BIZZARO, DELISSIO, YOUNGBLOOD, HARRIS, FRANKEL) -- April 10, 2018

D.R.
8
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House
April 10, 2018
Discharging the Committee on Health, from further consideration of House Bill No. 666, Printer's No. 704. (CRUZ, VAZQUEZ, HILL-EVANS, DAVIDSON, BROWN V., DONATUCCI, PASHINSKI, DAVIS A., BULLOCK, NEILSON, KELLER W., MCNEILL, CARROLL, DAWKINS, BARBIN, KIRKLAND, SCHLOSSBERG, SOLOMON, CONKLIN, CEPHAS, FITZGERALD, KINSEY, MADDEN, GAINEY, BIZZARO) -- April 10, 2018

D.R.
9
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House
April 18, 2018
Discharging the Committee on State Government, from further consideration of House Bill No. 563, Printer's No. 588. (NEILSON, DALEY, SIMS, VITALI, BULLOCK, MADDEN, HILL-EVANS, DRISCOLL, MILLER, DELISSIO, WARREN, DAVIS A., MCCARTER, RABB, MCNEILL, RAVENSTAHL, FREEMAN, SOLOMON, DEASY, KRUEGER-BRANEKY, CONKLIN, PASHINSKI, DONATUCCI, FITZGERALD, COMITTA) -- April 18, 2018

D.R.
10
House Discharge Resolution 
In the House
October 1, 2018
Discharging the Committee on State Government, from further consideration of House Bill No. 1465, Printer's No. 1870. (RABB, MCNEILL, FRANKEL, MILLER, BRADFORD, WHEATLEY, FLYNN, MADDEN, PASHINSKI, HILL-EVANS, A. DAVIS, HARKINS, DONATUCCI, DALEY, WARREN, NEILSON, V. BROWN, SIMS, MCCARTER, CEPHAS, DELISSIO, FITZGERALD, SOLOMON, MCCLINTON, T. DAVIS ) -- October 1, 2018

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An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in other subjects of taxation, prohibiting bans, fees, surcharges and taxes on recyclable plastic bags.(Representatives FARRY, HANNA, A. HARRIS and others)--July 7, 2017