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2017-2018 Legislation Amending Title 71

These bills amend Title 71 (State Government) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes. To view a list of all statutes that amend this act, visit the Chronological History.

# of House Bills: 22 # of Senate Bills: 8
Bill Sponsor Memo
House Bill 12
Rep. KAMPF
Future State and School District Employees Defined Contribution Plan, Previous HB 727
House Bill 583 Inclusion of Game Commission Officers (WCO’s) under the definition of Enforcement Officer (former HB 1994)
House Bill 778 Pennsylvania's Pension Debt Payment Plan
House Bill 779 Legislation to provide a defined-contribution plan for all new public sector employees, both state and municipal
House Bill 905
Rep. MURT
Allowing Mine Safety Workers to Purchase Prior Service (Prior HB 1032)
House Bill 922
Rep. TALLMAN
Susquehanna River Basin Commission
House Bill 930
Rep. KAMPF
Pension Reform - Side By Side Hybrid Plan from the Conference Committee Report
House Bill 1051
Rep. CUTLER
State Police Officers Retirement Credit (Former HB 1609)
House Bill 1072
House Bill 1073
Rep. TOBASH
Pension Plan Design Legislation
House Bill 1074
Rep. TOBASH
Pension Plan Design Legislation
House Bill 1253 Limit high-risk venture capital investment to 2% of the total fund assets (pre Act 9 of 2001 standard).
House Bill 1460 Pension Fund Fee Transparency Legislation
House Bill 1513 Pre-Act 9 COLA
House Bill 1704
Rep. GROVE
Strengthening State Government Cybersecurity and Consolidation of IT Services
House Bill 1824
Rep. MASSER
Plain Writing Legislation
House Bill 2101
Rep. GROVE
Reinventing State Government For the 21st Century
House Bill 2102
Rep. RYAN
Reinventing State Government For the 21st Century
House Bill 2103
Rep. DOWLING
Reinventing State Government For the 21st Century
House Bill 2104
Rep. BLOOM
Reinventing State Government For the 21st Century
House Bill 2360
House Bill 2610
Rep. GROVE
Information Technology Contractor Verification
Senate Bill 1
Sen. CORMAN
Pension Reform Legislation
Senate Bill 7
Sen. FOLMER
Reintroduction of Taxpayer Protection Act
Senate Bill 197
Sen. HUGHES
Spousal Consent to Pension Benefits Election
Senate Bill 401
Sen. WHITE
State Legislator Defined Contribution Program
Senate Bill 538
Sen. WAGNER
Athletic Leave of Absence
Senate Bill 671 Prohibiting Certain Nominations- Governors Nomination of Member of Board or Other Commission
Senate Bill 914
Sen. AUMENT
Creation of the Office of Information Technology
Senate Bill 1037
Sen. FOLMER
Civil Service Commission Reforms