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Senate Bill 406; Regular Session 2005-2006

[History]

Printer's No.(PN):
Short Title:
An Act designating SR 65 in the vicinity of Leetsdale, Allegheny County, as the James E. Russo Highway; designating the bridge carrying State Route 2096 over the Youghiogheny River in the City of McKeesport, Allegheny County, as the Senator Albert V. "Bud" Belan Bridge; designating the SR 0322 bridge over the Swatara Creek between Derry and Swatara Townships in Dauphin County as the Major Richard D. Winters Bridge; designating the bridge on the portion of SR 222 southbound, crossing the Conestoga River in Lancaster County, as the AMVETS POW-MIA Memorial Bridge; designating the Sproul State Forest in Clinton County as the "Russell P. Letterman Wild Area"; and designating a section of State Route 22 in Mifflin County as the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway.
Actions:
PN 0433
Referred to TRANSPORTATION, March 21, 2005
Reported as committed, June 7, 2005
First consideration, June 7, 2005
Second consideration, June 8, 2005
Third consideration and final passage, June 13, 2005 (48-0)
In the House
Referred to TRANSPORTATION, June 15, 2005
PN 1018
Reported as amended, June 28, 2005
First consideration, June 28, 2005
Laid on the table, June 28, 2005
Removed from table, June 30, 2005
Second consideration, June 30, 2005
Re-referred to APPROPRIATIONS, June 30, 2005
Re-reported as committed, July 1, 2005
PN 1059
Third consideration, with amendments, July 2, 2005
Final passage, July 2, 2005 (198-0)
(Remarks see House Journal Page 1758), July 2, 2005
In the Senate
Referred to RULES AND EXECUTIVE NOMINATIONS, July 3, 2005
Re-reported on concurrence, as committed, July 4, 2005
Senate concurred in House amendments, July 4, 2005 (50-0)
Signed in Senate, July 5, 2005
Signed in House, July 5, 2005
Presented to the Governor, July 6, 2005
Approved by the Governor, July 14, 2005
Act No. 56
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