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Senate Bill 464; Regular Session 2005-2006

[History]

Printer's No.(PN):
Short Title:
An Act amending the act of December 5, 1936 (2nd Sp.Sess., 1937 P.L. 2897, No.1), known as the Unemployment Compensation Law, further providing for the definition of "employer" and for general powers and duties of department, providing for representation in proceedings; further providing for contributions by employers and employees, for successors-in-interest, for appeals, for interest on past due contributions and for limitations upon enforcement of payment of contributions, interest and penalties; providing for registration and other reports; further providing for the Special Administration Fund; providing for the Job Training Fund; further providing for the duties of the State Treasurer as custodian and for offenses relating to false statements and representations to prevent or reduce compensation and other offenses; and providing for monetary penalties.
Actions:
PN 0497
Referred to LABOR AND INDUSTRY, March 28, 2005
PN 0765
Reported as amended, May 2, 2005
First consideration, May 2, 2005
Re-referred to APPROPRIATIONS, May 3, 2005
Re-reported as committed, May 9, 2005
Second consideration, May 10, 2005
Third consideration and final passage, May 11, 2005 (47-0)
In the House
Referred to LABOR RELATIONS, May 11, 2005
Reported as committed, May 11, 2005
First consideration, May 11, 2005
Laid on the table, May 11, 2005
Removed from table, June 6, 2005
Second consideration, June 6, 2005
Re-referred to APPROPRIATIONS, June 6, 2005
Re-reported as committed, June 6, 2005
Third consideration and final passage, June 7, 2005 (195-2)
(Remarks see House Journal Page 1067), June 7, 2005
Signed in Senate, June 7, 2005
Signed in House, June 8, 2005
Presented to the Governor, June 8, 2005
Approved by the Governor, June 15, 2005
Act No. 5
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