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House of Representatives
Session of 2019 - 2020 Regular Session

MEMORANDUM

Posted: March 28, 2019 10:25 AM
From: Representative Michael Peifer
To: All House members
Subject: Co-sponsorship Memo - Finance Repeal Package
 


Colleagues,

As you know, our Commonwealth has thousands of regulations on the books. Many of these acts were enacted several decades ago and are simply archaic and are no longer applicable in the 21st century. In addition, the existence of these outdated laws contributes to the already complex and confusing nature of government.

To help clean up our laws, the House Finance Committee plans to introduce an eight-bill package that will repeal some of these antiquated acts.

Additionally, Rep. Andrew Lewis will be sponsoring a bill to consolidate the Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act and the Institutions of Purely Public Charity Act into Title 10 (Charities Code).

Please join me in providing the citizens of the Commonwealth with a more transparent and streamlined rule of law. Any questions or concerns please contact Tommy Miller, Executive Director at 717-260-6413



Document #1

Introduced as HB1079

Description: Act 337 of 1901 (Exemption from Taxation - Capital Stock Tax) - sponsored by Rep. Jack Rader
 

Document #2

Introduced as HB1080

Description: Act 177 of 1927 (Capital Stock Tax Assessment Act) - sponsored by Rep. Zach Mako
 

Document #3

Introduced as HB1081

Description: Act 250 of 1931 (Settlement of Capital Stock in Corporations) - sponsored by Rep. Aaron Kaufer
 

Document #4

Introduced as HB1083

Description: Section 707 of the Fiscal Code (Capital Stock & Franchise Tax Reports) - sponsored by Rep. Tommy Sankey
 

Document #5

Description: Act 99 of 1811 (Settlement of Public Accounts) - sponsored by Rep. Lou Schmitt
 

Document #6

Introduced as HB1084

Description: Act 335 of 1913 (Intangible Personal Property Tax Law) - sponsored by Rep. Keith Greiner
 

Document #7

Introduced as HB1086

Description: Act 182 of 1935 (State Personal Property Tax Law) - sponsored by Rep. Aaron Bernstine
 

Document #8

Description: Act 344 of 1937 (Store and Theatre Tax Act) - sponsored by Rep. Seth Grove