HOUSE CALENDAR
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA
SESSION OF 2019-2020

HOUSE CONVENES AT 1:00 P.M. E.S.T.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2020

Bill
No.
Print.
No.
TITLE OF BILL ACTION
SECOND CONSIDERATION
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS BILL
SENATE
1182
2108
An Act amending the act of July 8, 1986 (P.L.437, No.92), known as the Pennsylvania Agricultural Fair Act, further providing for advisory committee; and providing for COVID-19 Emergency Agricultural Fair Grants.(Senators BROOKS, BARTOLOTTA, PITTMAN and others)--Agriculture & Rural Affairs, October 26, 2020
2

This bill creates a grant program to benefit agricultural fairs that were canceled due to the COVID-19 emergency.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
CHILDREN AND YOUTH BILL
HOUSE
1633
2185
An Act amending Title 23 (Domestic Relations) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in child protective services, further providing for employees having contact with children; adoptive and foster parents.(Representative BOBACK)--Rules, September 2, 2020
14

This bill amends the Child Protective Services Law to provide for additional background check requirements and to restrict provisional employment arrangements.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
COMMERCE BILLS
HOUSE
2452
3791
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.343, No.176), known as The Fiscal Code, providing for small business grant program, imposing duties on the Department of Community and Economic Development and making an appropriation.(Representatives CIRESI, SNYDER, HOHENSTEIN and others)--Commerce, November 10, 2020
1

This bill creates the Small Business Grant program under DCED.

HOUSE
2491
3722
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for emergency COVID-19 provisions.(Representatives M. K. KELLER, CAUSER, SCHLEGEL CULVER and others)--Commerce, November 10, 2020
1

This bill creates waiver to permit auctioneers to work during the COVID-19 emergency.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
CONSUMER AFFAIRS BILL
HOUSE
1718
2310
An Act amending Title 66 (Public Utilities) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in service and facilities, further providing for definitions.(Representatives A. DAVIS, HILL-EVANS, DeLUCA and others)--Consumer Affairs, September 11, 2020
13

This bill amends Title 66 further defining "landlord ratepayer".

SECOND CONSIDERATION
EDUCATION BILLS
HOUSE
434
2743
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in certification of teachers, providing for a cultural competence continuing professional development course; and, in terms and courses of study, further providing for Holocaust, genocide and human rights violations instruction.(Representatives SOLOMON, GROVE, T. DAVIS and others)--Education, September 1, 2020
15

This bill amends the Public School Code to require the Department of Education to develop and implement a continuing professional education course on cultural awareness.

HOUSE
1881
2616
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in school security, further providing for school police officers powers and duties.(Representatives KAUFFMAN, STEPHENS, SNYDER and others)--Education, September 1, 2020
15

This bill amends the Public School Code to permit school police officers employed by a school district to exercise arrest powers if authorized by a court.

SENATE
869
2045
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in terms and courses of study, further providing for moment of silence on September 11 anniversary and for moment of silence on December 7, Pearl Harbor Day.(Senators MASTRIANO, STEFANO, REGAN and others)--Education, October 20, 2020
4

This bill provides for a moment of silence on September 11th anniversary and a moment of silence on December 7th Pearl Harbor Day.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY BILLS
HOUSE
247
999
An Act amending Title 58 (Oil and Gas) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in development, further providing for well permits.(Representatives OBERLANDER, FRITZ, JAMES and others)--Environmental Resources & Energy, September 2, 2020
14

This bill amends Title 58 to provide for cross unit drilling.

HOUSE
2004
3714
An Act amending the act of July 2, 1993 (P.L.359, No.50), known as the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund Act, further providing for definitions, for Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund, for duties, responsibilities and limitations on agencies, for allocation from fund and for waivers; and making related repeals.(Representatives ORTITAY, GROVE, RYAN and others)--Environmental Resources & Energy, October 26, 2020
2

This bill requires the General Assembly to annually appropriate money in the Keystone Recreation, Park, and Conservation Fund among the grant programs instead of relying on a static funding schedule.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
FINANCE BILLS
HOUSE
105
2916
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 COX, BERNSTINE, DUNBAR and others)--Finance, October 21, 2020
3

This bill provides for classes of income.

HOUSE
333
2917
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 NELSON, GROVE, GAYDOS and others)--Finance, October 1, 2020
6

This bill provides for classes of income.

HOUSE
1168
1346
An Act amending the act of March 4, 1971 (P.L.6, No.2), known as the Tax Reform Code of 1971, in sales and use tax, further providing for the definition of "building machinery and equipment."(Representatives CALTAGIRONE, FREEMAN, HILL-EVANS and others)--Rules, October 20, 2020
4

This bill provides for the definition of "building machinery and equipment."

HOUSE
2386
3858
An Act providing for business interruption insurance assistance and for powers and duties of the Department of Community and Economic Development.(Representatives MEHAFFIE, KAUFER, QUINN and others)--Finance, September 2, 2020
14

This bill establishes the COVID-19 Disaster Emergency Business Interruption Grant Program.

HOUSE
2460
3794
An Act amending the act of May 25, 1945 (P.L.1050, No.394), known as the Local Tax Collection Law, further providing for interim assessment, duplicate and warrant, for discounts, penalties and notice, and for collectors required to be in attendance.(Representatives STEPHENS, BROWN, MALAGARI and others)--Finance, November 10, 2020
1

This bill amends the Local Tax Collection Law to provide school district real estate tax relief for assessments issued for 2020.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
HEALTH BILLS
HOUSE
1912
2660
An Act amending the act of June 29, 1953 (P.L.304, No.66), known as the Vital Statistics Law of 1953, in records, further providing for records and fees for copies.(Representatives ZIMMERMAN, READSHAW, JAMES and others)--Health, September 15, 2020
12

This bill amends the Vital Statistics Law to eliminate the fee for a death certificate for coroners in the performance of their official duties for unclaimed bodies.

HOUSE
2476
3689
An Act amending the act of June 13, 1967 (P.L.31, No.21), known as the Human Services Code, in health care outcomes, further providing for establishment, for value-based models relating to the Hospital Outcomes Program, for value-based models relating to the Managed Care Organization Outcomes Program and for managed care organization Medicaid contracts.(Representatives GROVE, RYAN, JONES and others)--Health, October 1, 2020
6

This bill amends the Human Services Code to update the Healthcare Outcomes Program and establish the Targeted Savings Program for medical assistance/Medicaid.

HOUSE
2488
3864
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for emergency COVID-19 provisions.(Representatives ROTHMAN, MILLARD, MIZGORSKI and others)--Health, September 15, 2020
12

This bill amends the Administrative Code to extend waiver provisions for health care providers.

HOUSE
2528
3780
An Act providing for extension of waiver provisions for pediatric services.(Representatives TOOHIL, SCHLEGEL CULVER, MOUL and others)--Health, September 15, 2020
12

This bill creates a free-standing Extension of Waiver Provisions for Pediatric Services Act.

HOUSE
2779
4382
An Act providing for retaining health care innovations during the COVID-19 pandemic and imposing duties on the Joint State Government Commission.(Representatives QUINN, THOMAS, HEFFLEY and others)--Health, September 23, 2020
9

This bill creates a freestanding act to maintain health care innovations used during the COVID-19 pandemic.

HOUSE
2857
4349
An Act amending the act of June 13, 1967 (P.L.31, No.21), known as the Human Services Code, in public assistance, further providing for persons eligible for medical assistance.(Representatives KEEFER, RYAN, BARRAR and others)--Health, October 1, 2020
6

This bill amends the Human Services Code to require an individual enrolled in Medical assistance remain with the same managed care organization for one year, or until such time as one is no longer eligible.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
HUMAN SERVICES BILLS
HOUSE
2187
3797
An Act amending the act of June 13, 1967 (P.L.31, No.21), known as the Human Services Code, in children and youth, providing for Statewide children's mental health ombudsman.(Representatives GALLOWAY, T. DAVIS, ULLMAN and others)--Human Services, September 2, 2020
14

This bill provides for a Statewide children's mental health ombudsman.

SENATE
983
2000
An Act amending the act of September 9, 1965 (P.L.497, No.251), known as the Newborn Child Testing Act, further providing for definitions and for Newborn Child Screening and Follow-up Program; and providing for mandated screening and follow-up.(Senators DiSANTO, BROWNE, MENSCH and others)--Human Services, October 26, 2020
2

This bill provides for Newborn Child Screening and Follow-up Program.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
INSURANCE BILLS
HOUSE
564
2284
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 prompt payment of claims.(Representatives SAYLOR, RYAN, BARRAR and others)--Rules, November 10, 2020
1

This bill provides for prompt payment of claims.

HOUSE
1862
2795
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, providing for protections for consumers receiving surprise balance bills for health care services from out-of-network providers.(Representatives PICKETT, DeLUCA, BROWN and others)--Insurance, September 11, 2020
13

This bill provides for protections for consumers receiving surprise balance bills from health care services from out-of-network providers.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
JUDICIARY BILLS
HOUSE
111
1630
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 SCHEMEL, McCLINTON, ISAACSON and others)--Judiciary, October 26, 2020
2

This bill is a Joint Resolution amending Article V of the PA Constitution to provide for the appointment of justices to the Supreme Court and judges to the Superior and Commonwealth Courts and establishing the Appellate Court Nominating Commission.

HOUSE
1555
3006
Amending Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 61 (Prisons and Parole) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sentencing, further providing for order of probation and for modification or revocation of order of probation; in other criminal provisions, further providing for definitions and for supervisory relationship to offenders; and, in Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole, further providing for supervisory relationship to offenders.(Representatives DELOZIER, HARRIS, JONES and others)--Judiciary, October 19, 2020
5

This bill amends Title 42 to limit probationary terms, set forth a procedure for the courts to apply when addressing probation violations, restricting the sanctions for probation violators, providing various means by which a person on probation can reduce the length of that probation, and applying these changes retroactively.

HOUSE
1655
3695
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in riot, disorderly conduct and related offenses, providing for concurrent jurisdiction to prosecute.(Representatives ISAACSON, STEPHENS, CIRESI and others)--Judiciary, October 26, 2020
2

This bill creates Section 5562 in Title 18 to provide that the Attorney General has concurrent jurisdiction to investigate and institute criminal proceedings under chapter 55, subchapter B.

HOUSE
1851
2573
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sentencing, further providing for sentences for offenses committed with firearms and providing for sentences for persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms..(Representatives STEPHENS, QUINN, BERNSTINE and others)--Judiciary, October 20, 2020
4

This bill amends two provisions in Title 42 to require mandatory minimum sentences for felons convicted of illegally possessing a firearm and to expand the definition of the term "crime of violence" to include the offense of a felon in possession of a firearm.

HOUSE
2040
2867
An Act providing for the PA Second Chance Jobs website and for powers and duties of the Department of Labor and Industry.(Representatives HARRIS, LEWIS, DELLOSO and others)--Judiciary, October 19, 2020
5

This bill creates the PA Second Chance Jobs website to provide a free and voluntary website where employers may advertise employment opportunities for former offenders.

SENATE
502
1424
An Act amending the act of November 24, 1998 (P.L.882, No.111), known as the Crime Victims Act, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in crime victims, further providing for rights, for responsibilities of victims of crime under basic bill of rights, for responsibilities of State and local law enforcement agencies and for responsibilities of prosecutor's office; in administration, further providing for office, for powers and duties of victim advocate and for powers and duties of Office of Victims' Services; in parole advocacy, further providing for preparole notification to victim and for petitions to deny parole upon expiration of minimum sentence; in compensation, further providing for persons eligible for compensation, for filing of claims for compensation, for minimum allowable claim, for determination of claims, for emergency awards, for awards and for confidentiality of records; in services, further providing for eligibility of victims; in financial matters, further providing for costs and for costs for offender supervision programs; and, in enforcement, further providing for subrogation.(Senators BARTOLOTTA, HUGHES, HAYWOOD and others)--Judiciary, October 1, 2020
6

This bill amends the Crime Victims Act to make omnibus changes to victims' rights and compensation.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
LABOR & INDUSTRY BILL
HOUSE
785
856
An Act amending the act of July 23, 1970 (P.L.563, No.195), known as the Public Employe Relations Act, further providing for definitions; in employee rights, providing for payments to employee organizations; and making related repeals.(Representatives KLUNK, RYAN, MOUL and others)--Labor & Industry, September 1, 2020
15

This bill amends the Public Employee Relations Act to require specific disclosure of employee rights; repeals unenforceable laws related to fair share fees.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL
HOUSE
188
160
An Act providing for property owner's bill of rights statement.(Representatives QUINN, COX, SIMMONS and others)--Local Government, September 16, 2020
11

This bill provides for property owner's bill of rights statement.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
STATE GOVERNMENT BILLS
HOUSE
995
3533
An Act amending Title 71 (State Government) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, providing for regulatory review and for regulatory reduction pilot program; and making an editorial change.(Representatives LEWIS, KENYATTA, GROVE and others)--State Government, October 21, 2020
3

This bill amends Title 71 to provide for regulatory review and for regulatory pilot program.

HOUSE
1874
3534
An Act amending the act of June 25, 1982 (P.L.633, No.181), known as the Regulatory Review Act, further providing for definitions and for classification of documents.(Representatives GROVE, JONES, MILLARD and others)--State Government, October 21, 2020
3

This bill provides for review of regulatory actions.

HOUSE
2039
2866
An Act amending the act of December 20, 2015 (P.L.497, No.90), known as the Taxpayer-Funded Advertising Transparency Act, further providing for definitions and for advertising notification; and making a related repeal.(Representatives ORTITAY, OWLETT, RYAN and others)--State Government, September 11, 2020
13

This bill amends the Taxpayer-Funded Advertising Transparency Act, which requires certain notifications in media advertising.

HOUSE
2352
4461
An Act providing for liability for false claims, for adoption of congressional intent of the Federal False Claims Act, for damages, costs and civil penalties, for powers of Attorney General, for civil investigative demands and for COVID-19-related liability.(Representatives GROVE, KAUFER, GAYDOS and others)--State Government, October 01, 2020
6

This bill establishes the Commonwealth Fraud Prevention Act and amends the Human Services Code pertaining to liability for false claims.

HOUSE
2397
3546
An Act amending Title 71 (State Government) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in retirement for State employees and officers, further defining "enforcement officer"; and providing for installment payments.(Representatives GILLEN, MURT, MILLARD and others)--State Government, September 23, 2020
9

This bill amends Title 71 to change the definition of "enforcement officer" in the State Employees' Retirement Code to include PA Department of Military and Veterans Affairs Indiantiown Gap Installation Police Officers.

HOUSE
2431
3672
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.343, No.176), known as The Fiscal Code, in emergency finance and tax provisions, providing for local taxation on real property, for reopening of 2019-2020 school district budgets and for charter school tuition rate for the 2020-2021 school year.(Representatives GLEIM, CUTLER, LEWIS and others)--State Government, September 29, 2020
8

This bill provides for local taxation on real property and for reopening of 2019-2020 school district budgets.

HOUSE
2465
3675
An Act amending Title 35 (Health and Safety) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in the Governor and disaster emergencies, further providing for general authority of Governor.(Representatives B. MILLER, ECKER, ROTHMAN and others)--State Government, September 30, 2020
7

This bill amends Title 35 to add provisions relating to posting requirements during a disaster declaration.

HOUSE
2539
3816
An Act amending the act of December 21, 1989 (P.L.672, No.87), known as the Health Club Act, providing for emergency COVID-19 provisions.(Representatives ECKER, DeLUCA, RYAN and others)--State Government, October 21, 2020
3

This bill provides for emergency COVID-19 provisions.

HOUSE
2613
3965
An Act amending Title 25 (Elections) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in registration system, further providing for SURE system.(Representatives DIAMOND, CIRESI, DAVANZO and others)--Rules, October 20, 2020
4

This bill provides for SURE system.

SENATE
412
730
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, repealing provisions relating to disqualifications for service as election officer.(Senators STEFANO, FOLMER, SCHWANK and others)--State Government, October 21, 2020
3

This bill proposes an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, repealing provisions relating to disqualifications for service as election officer.

SENATE
703
1625
An Act amending Title 45 (Legal Notices) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in publication and effectiveness of Commonwealth documents, further providing for Joint Committee on Documents.(Senator SCARNATI)--State Government, October 21, 2020
3

This bill amends Title 45 to provide for Joint Committee on Documents.

SENATE
1214
1783
An Act authorizing the Department of General Services, with the approval of the Department of Corrections and the Governor, to grant and convey to the Schuylkill County Municipal Authority an easement from lands of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at the State Correctional Institution Mahanoy situate in Mahanoy Township, County of Schuylkill, for the purpose of establishing, utilizing, and maintaining water wells and appurtenances thereto related to potable water production and distribution for the benefit of customers within the authority's service territory.(Senator ARGALL)--State Government, September 23, 2020
9

This bill authorizes the Department of General Services, with the approval of the Department of Corrections and the Governor, to grant and convey to the Schuylkill County Municipal Authority an easement from lands of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at the State Correctional Institution Mahanoy situate in Mahanoy Township, County of Schuylkill, for the purpose of establishing, utilizing, and maintaining water wells and appurtenances thereto related to potable water production and distribution for the benefit of customers within the authority's service territory.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
TRANSPORTATION BILL
SENATE
607
1384
An Act amending Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in rules of the road in general, further providing for speed timing devices.(Senators SCAVELLO, MARTIN, BROWNE and others)--Transportation, September 29, 2020
8

This bill amends Title 75 to provide for speed timing devices.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
URBAN AFFAIRS BILLS
HOUSE
122
1012
An Act amending Title 68 (Real and Personal Property) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in home inspections, further providing for home inspection reports.(Representatives KORTZ, HELM, READSHAW and others)--Urban Affairs, October 1, 2020
6

This bill provides for home inspection reports.

HOUSE
1559
2042
An Act amending the act of July 7, 1947 (P.L.1368, No.542), known as the Real Estate Tax Sale Law, adding provisions relating to bidder registration before sale; and, in sale of property, further providing for date of sale, for repurchase by owner, for restrictions on purchases and for sale of property in repository.(Representatives HEFFLEY, SCHMITT, DeLUCA and others)--Rules, September 17, 2020
10

This bill provides for date of sale, for repurchase by owner, for restrictions on purchases and for sale of property in repository.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
VETERANS AFFAIRS & EMERGENCY PREP. BILLS
HOUSE
432
2568
An Act amending the act of June 2, 1915 (P.L.736, No.338), known as the Workers' Compensation Act, in interpretation and definitions, further providing for definitions; and, in liability and compensation, further providing for compensation for post-traumatic stress injury.(Representatives BARRAR, SAINATO, BIZZARRO and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, November 10, 2020
1

This bill requires post-traumatic stress injuries to be compensable under workers compensation for first responders, including 911 center dispatchers and call takers, and corrections officers.

HOUSE
759
2508
An Act amending Title 35 (Health and Safety) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in emergency management services, providing for emergency response payment.(Representatives DUSH, JOZWIAK, GREINER and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, November 10, 2020
1

This bill authorizes Volunteer Fire Departments to bill for real and reasonable costs.

HOUSE
1236
3130
An Act regulating certain smoke alarms; providing for dwelling unit owner and tenant responsibilities; and prescribing penalties.(Representatives POLINCHOCK, FARRY, CIRESI and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, September 11, 2020
13

This bill creates the "Smoke Alarm Device Responsibility" Act by requiring approved smoke alarm devices that have nonremovable batteries with at least a 10-year life span.

HOUSE
1347
2149
An Act amending the act of May 17, 1921 (P.L.682, No.284), known as The Insurance Company Law of 1921, in casualty insurance, further providing for billing.(Representatives MASSER, WHEELAND, IRVIN and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, November 10, 2020
1

This bill requires insurance carriers to reimburse ambulance companies directly that are not in the insurance carrier's network.

SENATE
139
851
An Act amending the act of October 31, 2006 (P.L.1210, No.133), known as the Price Gouging Act, further providing for definitions, for price gouging prohibited and for investigation.(Senators J. WARD, SCARNATI, LANGERHOLC and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, October 21, 2020
3

This bill provides for definitions, for price gouging prohibited and for investigation.

SENATE
952
2043
An Act amending Title 51 (Military Affairs) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in veterans' preference, repealing provisions relating to soldier defined, providing for purpose and for definitions, repealing provisions relating to credits in civil service examinations, further providing for additional points in grading civil service examinations, for preference in appointment or promotion, for lack of training, age or physical impairment, for preferential rating provision in public works specifications, for computation of seniority for reduction in force, for preference of spouses and for law exclusive and providing for reporting requirement and for guidelines; and, in voluntary veterans' preference in private employment, further providing for definitions and for eligibility for preference.(Senators REGAN, AUMENT, BAKER and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, September 23, 2020
9

This bill modernizes our State Veterans Preference Law.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS BILLS
HOUSE
1037
1836
An Act amending the act of November 10, 1999 (P.L.491, No.45), known as the Pennsylvania Construction Code Act, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions and for application; and, in exemptions, applicability and penalties, further providing for penalties.(Representatives LAWRENCE, CAUSER, BERNSTINE and others)--Appropriations, September 15, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
12

This bill amends the PA Construction Code Act to exempt historic agricultural buildings, when used for private events and meeting certain safety provisions, from the provisions of the code.

HOUSE
1348
3056
An Act providing for limited civil liability for agritourism activity providers, for notice of limited civil liability and for acknowledgment of limited civil liability.(Representatives GLEIM, GREINER, CAUSER and others)--Appropriations, October 20, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
4

This bill creates limited liability protection for agritourism activity providers.

HOUSE
2436
3612
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for emergency COVID-19 provisions.(Representatives MUSTELLO, KLUNK, DIAMOND and others)--Appropriations, September 17, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
10

This bill amends the Administrative Code to add a new Article relating to Emergency COVID-19 provisions regarding extension of waiver provisions to animal grooming services.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
CHILDREN AND YOUTH BILLS
HOUSE
1270
3859
An Act amending the act of December 19, 1990 (P.L.1372, No.212), known as the Early Intervention Services System Act, further providing for title of the act; in general provisions, further providing for legislative findings for early intervention, for definitions, for State interagency agreement, for other duties of State agencies and for council; in Statewide system for provision of early intervention services, further providing for requirements, for program regulations and standards, for administration by Department of Public Welfare, for administration by Department of Education and for child identification, assessment and tracking system; in miscellaneous provisions, further providing for effective date; and making editorial changes.(Representatives TOOHIL, SCHLOSSBERG, OBERLANDER and others)--Appropriations, September 23, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
9

This bill provides for legislative findings for early intervention, for definitions, for State interagency agreement, for other duties of State agencies.

HOUSE
2552
3836
An Act providing for temporary services to aging-out individuals through county agencies; and imposing duties on county agencies and the Department of Human Services.(Representatives BOBACK, HILL-EVANS, TOOHIL and others)--Appropriations, September 23, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
9

This bill provides for temporary services to aging-out individuals through county agencies.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
EDUCATION BILL
HOUSE
2172
3808
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in the State System of Higher Education, further providing for establishment of the State System of Higher Education and its institutions, for purposes and general powers, for project contracts, for method of disposition and consideration by the General Assembly and for campus police powers and duties.(Representatives TOPPER, SONNEY, SCHROEDER and others)--Appropriations, September 1, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
15

This bill provides for financial and legal reforms to the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
INSURANCE BILL
HOUSE
1283
1854
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in judgments and other liens, further providing for exemption of particular property.(Representatives MOUL, PICKETT, RYAN and others)--Appropriations, September 23, 2020, 2019 Fiscal-Note Attached
9

This bill amends Title 40 and Title 42 to provide consumer protections for annuity benefit plans.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
JUDICIARY BILL
HOUSE
1850
2531
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sentencing, further providing for sentences for offenses committed with firearms and for sentences for certain drug offenses committed with firearms.(Representatives STEPHENS, QUINN, BERNSTINE and others)--Appropriations, October 26, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
2

This bill amends two provisions in the Judicial Code to restore a 5-year mandatory minimum sentence for violent crimes committed with firearms and drug deliveries committed with firearms.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
LABOR & INDUSTRY BILL
HOUSE
1234
2813
An Act amending the act of June 2, 1915 (P.L.736, No.338), known as the Workers' Compensation Act, in liability and compensation, further providing for the definitions of "injury," "personal injury" and "injury arising in the course of his employment," providing for diseases with long latency periods between occupational exposure and manifestation of the disease and further providing for liability.(Representatives COX, DUSH, FRITZ and others)--Appropriations, September 16, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
11

This bill provides for the definitions of "injury," "personal injury" and "injury arising in the course of his employment," providing for diseases with long latency periods between occupational exposure and manifestation of the disease.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
LIQUOR CONTROL BILL
HOUSE
1279
3058
An Act amending the act of April 12, 1951 (P.L.90, No.21), known as the Liquor Code, in licenses and regulations, liquor, alcohol and malt and brewed beverages, further providing for wine expanded permits.(Representatives MIHALEK, TURZAI, MILLARD and others)--Appropriations, September 11, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
13

This bill amends the Liquor Code to enable Wine Expanded Permit holders to sell a greater quantity of wine for off-premise consumption in a single transaction.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
STATE GOVERNMENT BILLS
HOUSE
1106
1599
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for environmental permits and plan approvals; making related repeals; and abrogating regulations.(Representatives PUSKARIC, TURZAI, KAUFER and others)--Appropriations, October 19, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
5

This bill amends the Administrative Code to establish processes and timelines relating to applications for individual permits, general permits, general permits and general plan approvals required by an environmental law.

HOUSE
1316
1535
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in taxation and finance, providing for spending limitations on the Commonwealth.(Representatives WARNER, BERNSTINE, BURNS and others)--Appropriations, October 1, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
6

This bill amends the Constitution to establish limitations on the spending of Commonwealth funds.

HOUSE
1964
4580
An Act amending Titles 24 (Education) and 71 (State Government) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in administration and miscellaneous provisions, further providing for administrative duties of the Public School Employees' Retirement Board; and, in administration, funds, accounts and general provisions, further providing for administrative duties of the State Employees' Retirement Board.(Representatives B. MILLER, RYAN, GREINER and others)--Appropriations, October 26, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
2

This bill provides for administrative duties of the State Employees' Retirement Board.

HOUSE
1996
2799
An Act amending Titles 24 (Education) and 71 (State Government) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in administration relating to retirement for school employees, further providing for Public School Employees' Retirement Board and for administrative duties of board; and, in administration relating to retirement for State employees and officers, further providing for the State Employees' Retirement Board and for administrative duties of the board.(Representatives RYAN, BARRAR, BERNSTINE and others)--Appropriations, September 30, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
7

This bill provides for Public School Employees' Retirement Board and for administrative duties of board.

HOUSE
2416
3579
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for emergency regulatory tolling and extensions.(Representatives EVERETT AND RYAN)--Appropriations, September 15, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
12

This bill provides for emergency regulatory tolling and extensions.

HOUSE
2423
3588
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for emergency COVID-19 provisions.(Representatives TOEPEL, MILLARD, TURZAI and others)--Appropriations, September 17, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
10

This bill amends the Administrative Code to add a new Article relating to Emergency COVID-19 provisions.

HOUSE
2489
3810
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for emergency COVID-19 provisions relating to extension of waiver provisions for outdoor recreational activities.(Representatives MALONEY, BERNSTINE, CAUSER and others)--Appropriations, September 15, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
12

This bill provides for emergency COVID-19 provisions relating to extension of waiver provisions for outdoor recreational activities.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
TRANSPORTATION BILL
HOUSE
2256
3237
An Act designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 15279, on that portion of State Route 2025, also known as Morton Avenue, over Stony Creek in Morton Borough, Delaware County, as the Captain Michael Malinowski, Sr., Memorial Bridge.(Representatives O'MARA, SCHMITT, HILL-EVANS and others)--Appropriations, October 20, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
4

This bill designates a bridge on that portion of State Route 2025, also known as Morton Avenue, over Stony Creek in Morton Borough, Delaware County, as the Captain Michael Malinowski, Sr., Memorial Bridge.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
URBAN AFFAIRS BILL
HOUSE
1569
2939
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in assessments of persons and property, providing for limitation on tax increase after countywide reassessment in cities and counties of the first class.(Representatives ISAACSON, WHITE, CALTAGIRONE and others)--Appropriations, October 19, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
5

This bill amends Title 53 to create a new Section 8566, that will place a limit of a 10% increase on property taxes after a county wide reassessment in Philadelphia.

FINAL PASSAGE
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY BILL
HOUSE
827
928
An Act designating certain activity by the Delaware River Basin Commission as the exercise of the power of eminent domain that entitles the owners of the property in question to appropriate and just compensation.(Representatives FRITZ, JAMES, PICKETT and others)--Appropriations, September 11, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
13

This bill designates certain activity by the Delaware River Basin Commission as the exercise of the power of eminent domain that entitles the owners of the property in question to appropriate and just compensation.

FINAL PASSAGE
JUDICIARY BILL
HOUSE
1852
2533
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sentencing, further providing for sentences for second and subsequent offenses and providing for consecutive sentences for crimes of violence.(Representatives STEPHENS, QUINN, BERNSTINE and others)--Appropriations, October 26, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
2

This bill provides for sentences for second and subsequent offenses and providing for consecutive sentences for crimes of violence.

BILL ON CONCURRENCE
IN SENATE AMENDMENTS
HOUSE
770
4562
An Act amending the act of September 27, 1961 (P.L.1700, No.699), known as the Pharmacy Act, further providing for definitions; and providing for pharmacy technician and pharmacy technician trainee registration, qualifications and supervision, for pharmacy technician data entry and for laboratory waiver.(Representatives DeLUCA, MILLARD, HILL-EVANS and others)--Rules, October 21, 2020
3

RESOLUTIONS
HOUSE
64
363
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 SNYDER, IRVIN, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--State Government, September 1, 2020
15

HOUSE
74
392
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, YOUNGBLOOD, HILL-EVANS and others)--Human Services, October 1, 2020
6

HOUSE
146
889
A Resolution reaffirming support for the State of Israel and condemning the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.(Representatives GROVE, RYAN, HARKINS and others)--State Government, September 1, 2020
15

HOUSE
206
1938
A Concurrent Resolution petitioning the Congress of the United States to call a Convention for proposing amendments pursuant to Article V of the Constitution of the United States limited to proposing amendments that impose fiscal restraints on the Federal Government, limit the power and jurisdiction of the Federal Government and limit the terms of office for its officials and for members of Congress.(Representatives GABLER, BARRAR, EVERETT and others)--State Government, October 19, 2020
5

HOUSE
344
3193
A Resolution urging pharmaceutical companies, manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioid drugs to fully cooperate with the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General in reaching financial settlements and legal resolutions that reflect the severe, irreversible harm suffered by tens of thousands of Pennsylvania families who have lost loved ones to the opioid crisis and to substance use disorder.(Representatives CRUZ, DiGIROLAMO, YOUNGBLOOD and others)--Human Services, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
431
2257
A Resolution commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in New York City.(Representatives KENYATTA, FRANKEL, RABB and others)--State Government, September 1, 2020
15

HOUSE
438
2285
A Resolution directing the Joint State Government Commission to study the fiscal impact of a timely and expeditious versus a delayed implementation of the Family First Prevention Services Act on the Commonwealth's funding under Part E of Title IV of the Social Security Act.(Representatives TOOHIL, BOBACK, MILLARD and others)--Children & Youth, September 17, 2020
10

HOUSE
448
2406
A Resolution recognizing the month of September 2019 as "Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MURT, BIZZARRO, LONGIETTI and others)--Human Services, October 20, 2020
4

HOUSE
453
2388
A Resolution recognizing September 5, 2019, as "National Recovery Advocacy Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MURT, NEILSON, BIZZARRO and others)--Human Services, October 20, 2020
4

HOUSE
459
2394
A Resolution urging the United States Food and Drug Administration to promptly consider guidelines and protocols for the approval of cannabidiol as a product which is legally available for resale.(Representatives STRUZZI, JOZWIAK, PASHINSKI and others)--Health, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
460
2395
A Resolution urging the United States Food and Drug Administration to recognize this Commonwealth's concern with the safety of kratom and the current distribution and sale of kratom as a drug replacement, supplement or food and to promptly consider guidelines and protocols for the safe use of kratom.(Representatives STRUZZI, SAPPEY, CONKLIN and others)--Health, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
532
2609
A Resolution recognizing the month of October 2019 as "Blindness Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MURT, HILL-EVANS, DiGIROLAMO and others)--Aging & Older Adult Services, November 10, 2020
1

HOUSE
533
2610
A Resolution recognizing the month of October 2019 as "National Disability Employment Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MURT, MACKENZIE, A. DAVIS and others)--Human Services, November 10, 2020
1

HOUSE
555
2651
A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States to pass House Res. 1773, which would award the Congressional Gold Medal collectively to the women who joined the "Rosie the Riveter" campaign during World War II.(Representatives SHUSTERMAN, KOSIEROWSKI, RABB and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, September 1, 2020
15

HOUSE
568
2716
A Resolution recognizing the American Red Cross' emergency call for blood donations, encouraging the creation of additional blood drives in this Commonwealth and nationwide and encouraging all eligible residents to donate blood.(Representatives ULLMAN, DiGIROLAMO, KIRKLAND and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, September 1, 2020
15

HOUSE
576
2722
A Resolution designating the month of November 2019 as "Assistive Technology Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representative MURT)--Human Services, November 10, 2020
1

HOUSE
584
2752
A Resolution recognizing October 11, 2019, as "National Coming Out Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KENYATTA, FRANKEL, BIZZARRO and others)--State Government, September 1, 2020
15

HOUSE
586
2754
A Resolution recognizing the month of October 2019 as "Cybersecurity Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KENYATTA, HENNESSEY, KORTZ and others)--Commerce, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
607
2841
A Resolution designating December 1, 2019, as "Penske Truck Leasing Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives GILLEN, DiGIROLAMO, MURT and others)--Transportation, October 19, 2020
5

HOUSE
610
2844
A Resolution honoring the legacy of Cheyney University as the oldest historically black university in the United States and supporting its reaccreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.(Representatives KINSEY, ROEBUCK, KIRKLAND and others)--Education, September 29, 2020
8

HOUSE
613
2878
A Resolution recognizing the year 2020 as the "Year of the Nurse and Midwife" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KOSIEROWSKI, HILL-EVANS, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--Health, October 20, 2020
4

HOUSE
634
3003
A Concurrent Resolution establishing the Task Force on Technical Probation Violations.(Representative HARRIS)--Judiciary, September 30, 2020
7

HOUSE
646
3059
A Resolution urging Major League Baseball to revise its plan to eliminate affiliation with three Minor League Baseball teams in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BIZZARRO, LONGIETTI, MARKOSEK and others)--Commerce, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
647
3060
A Resolution designating the month of February 2020 as "Esports Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BIZZARRO, HENNESSEY, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--Commerce, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
659
3116
A Resolution recognizing and honoring the members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., for a century of commitment to social activism, academic excellence and civic engagement in this Commonwealth.(Representatives HARRIS, KORTZ, HILL-EVANS and others)--Education, September 29, 2020
8

HOUSE
673
3157
A Resolution recognizing the week of February 2 through 8, 2020, as "National Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives RADER, BROWN, FREEMAN and others)--Commerce, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
679
3178
A Resolution recognizing the week of January 26 through February 1, 2020, as "Catholic Schools Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives SAYLOR, BERNSTINE, BURNS and others)--Education, September 29, 2020
8

HOUSE
704
3222
A Resolution recognizing November 1, 2020, as "National Family Literacy Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BULLOCK, KULIK, KIM and others)--Children & Youth, September 2, 2020
14

HOUSE
706
3224
A Resolution recognizing the month of March 2020 as "Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MADDEN, BIZZARRO, BURNS and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
708
3243
A Resolution designating the week of April 19 through 25, 2020, as "Infertility Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania in conjunction with "National Infertility Awareness Week."(Representatives KRUEGER, HENNESSEY, KORTZ and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
716
3253
A Resolution recognizing the month of March 2020 as "National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives DONATUCCI, BIZZARRO, SAINATO and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
717
3254
A Resolution honoring the life of former President of the United States, Ronald Wilson Reagan.(Representatives STAATS, MURT, RYAN and others)--State Government, September 17, 2020
10

HOUSE
720
3264
A Resolution recognizing the month of March 2020 as "National Nutrition Month" in Pennsylvania as sponsored by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.(Representatives DONATUCCI, HILL-EVANS, KORTZ and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
721
3265
A Resolution designating the week of March 1 through 8, 2020, as "Sleep Apnea Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives DONATUCCI, KIM, SCHMITT and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
722
3266
A Resolution recognizing March 11, 2020, as "Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives DONATUCCI, KORTZ, MULLERY and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
728
3283
A Resolution recognizing the month of March 2020 as "National Athletic Training Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BRIGGS, HENNESSEY, T. DAVIS and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
735
3306
A Resolution commemorating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Negro National League.(Representatives KINSEY, WILLIAMS, GAINEY and others)--State Government, September 30, 2020
7

HOUSE
742
3313
A Resolution designating the month of May 2020 as "Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives READSHAW, KORTZ, MOUL and others)--Transportation, September 16, 2020
11

HOUSE
747
3318
A Resolution recognizing May 5, 2020, as "Architects Action Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives READSHAW, KORTZ, BIZZARRO and others)--Commerce, September 15, 2020
13

HOUSE
748
3319
A Resolution designating November 19, 2020, as "Children's Grief Awareness Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives READSHAW, KIM, KORTZ and others)--Children & Youth, September 2, 2020
14

HOUSE
749
3320
A Resolution recognizing the week of October 25 through 31, 2020, as "National Massage Therapy Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania to honor the more than 7,900 licensed massage therapists in this Commonwealth.(Representatives READSHAW, KIM, KORTZ and others)--Health, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
754
3325
A Resolution designating April 16, 2020, as "4p-/Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome Awareness Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives FLYNN, HOWARD, BIZZARRO and others)--Human Services, October 26, 2020
2

HOUSE
762
3333
A Resolution recognizing the month of April 2020 as "National Poetry Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives SCHLEGEL CULVER, PICKETT, MILLARD and others)--Education, September 29, 2020
8

HOUSE
764
3335
A Resolution designating the month of April 2020 as "Sjogren's Syndrome Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives SCHLEGEL CULVER, KIM, KORTZ and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
768
3372
A Resolution recognizing April 1, 2020, as "National Walking Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives LONGIETTI, KORTZ, BIZZARRO and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
769
3373
A Resolution recognizing April 7, 2020, as "National Healthy Schools Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives LONGIETTI, BIZZARRO, KORTZ and others)--Education, September 29, 2020
8

HOUSE
770
3374
A Resolution recognizing the month of April 2020 as "School Library Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives LONGIETTI, KORTZ, PASHINSKI and others)--Education, September 29, 2020
8

HOUSE
776
3385
A Resolution designating the week of May 3 through 9, 2020, as "Affordable Housing Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BULLOCK, KORTZ, SOLOMON and others)--Urban Affairs, October 26, 2020
2

HOUSE
777
3386
A Resolution recognizing the month of April 2020 as "Fair Housing Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BULLOCK, POLINCHOCK, KORTZ and others)--Urban Affairs, October 26, 2020
2

HOUSE
779
3388
A Resolution designating the month of May 2020 as "Mental Health Awareness in the Black Community Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BULLOCK, CEPHAS, KIM and others)--Human Services, October 26, 2020
2

HOUSE
781
3390
A Resolution designating April 21, 2020, as "Court Appointed Special Advocates Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives GLEIM, JONES, KIM and others)--Children & Youth, September 2, 2020
14

HOUSE
782
3391
A Resolution designating the month of March 2020 as "Youth Art Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BIZZARRO, KORTZ, MILLARD and others)--Children & Youth, September 2, 2020
14

HOUSE
783
3392
A Resolution honoring the life, service and accomplishments of Congressman Elijah Cummings.(Representatives KENYATTA, HARRIS, KINSEY and others)--State Government, September 15, 2020
12

HOUSE
794
3404
A Resolution recognizing April 17, 2020, as "World Hemophilia Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives FRANKEL, McCLINTON, MURT and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
795
3405
A Resolution congratulating The Pennsylvania State University IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon (THON) for raising more than $11 million for the Four Diamonds Fund at Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital to help fight pediatric cancer.(Representatives BENNINGHOFF, BERNSTINE, BOBACK and others)--Education, September 29, 2020
8

HOUSE
797
3407
A Resolution designating April 27, 2020, as "Don't Text and Drive Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives B. MILLER, MALAGARI, HENNESSEY and others)--Transportation, September 16, 2020
11

HOUSE
803
3428
A Resolution honoring Sergeant Major Daniel A. Dailey on his retirement from the United States Army.(Representatives HEFFLEY, HENNESSEY, MILLARD and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, September 1, 2020
15

HOUSE
805
3430
A Resolution designating April 26, 2020, as "Pretzel Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MACKENZIE, BIZZARRO, BURNS and others)--Commerce, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
806
3431
A Resolution requesting that the President and the Congress of the United States recognize naturalized Korean Americans who served during the Vietnam Conflict as veterans of the armed forces of the United States, making these individuals eligible for benefits through the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.(Representatives STEPHENS, READSHAW, KORTZ and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, September 1, 2020
15

HOUSE
808
3433
A Resolution recognizing May 20, 2020, as "Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives SCHLEGEL CULVER, KORTZ, PICKETT and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
811
3469
A Resolution designating the week of July 19 through 25, 2020, as "ADA Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BROWN, READSHAW, SCHLEGEL CULVER and others)--Human Services, October 26, 2020
2

HOUSE
814
3472
A Resolution recognizing April 12, 2020, as "D.E.A.R. Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives DONATUCCI, HILL-EVANS, KINSEY and others)--Education, September 29, 2020
8

HOUSE
816
3474
A Resolution recognizing the month of April 2020 as "Counseling Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives DONATUCCI, KORTZ, BIZZARRO and others)--Human Services, October 26, 2020
2

HOUSE
819
3477
A Resolution recognizing the week of September 7 through 11, 2020, as "National Payroll Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BROWN, DONATUCCI, SONNEY and others)--Finance, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
820
3478
A Resolution recognizing the month of November 2020 as "Carbon Monoxide Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BROWN, RAVENSTAHL, BIZZARRO and others)--Health, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
822
3480
A Resolution designating the month of April 2020 as "Child Abuse Prevention Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BOBACK, DONATUCCI, KINSEY and others)--Children & Youth, September 2, 2020
14

HOUSE
823
3481
A Resolution recognizing and honoring the work and service of Brian A. Hudson as the executive director and chief executive officer of the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency.(Representatives WHEATLEY, HELM, CALTAGIRONE and others)--Urban Affairs, October 26, 2020
2

HOUSE
825
3483
A Resolution recognizing the week of November 15 through 22, 2020, as "Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives READSHAW, KORTZ, BOBACK and others)--Human Services, November 10, 2020
1

HOUSE
826
3484
A Resolution designating December 15, 2020, as "Bill of Rights Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives READSHAW, KORTZ, KENYATTA and others)--State Government, September 15, 2020
12

HOUSE
827
3485
A Resolution designating October 24, 2020, as "Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day" in Pennsylvania to honor the more than 700 licensed acupuncturists in this Commonwealth.(Representatives READSHAW, KORTZ, HENNESSEY and others)--Professional Licensure, September 16, 2020
11

HOUSE
828
3486
A Resolution designating the month of October 2020 as "Archives Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives READSHAW, KORTZ, PICKETT and others)--State Government, September 15, 2020
12

HOUSE
829
3487
A Resolution designating the month of May 2020 as "Junior Achievement Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives READSHAW, KORTZ, MATZIE and others)--Education, September 29, 2020
8

HOUSE
831
3489
A Resolution recognizing the Women's Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh and its renovated facility which provides a safe and accessible environment for residents and clients.(Representatives READSHAW, HENNESSEY, KORTZ and others)--Human Services, October 26, 2020
2

HOUSE
839
3528
A Resolution recognizing the month of April 2020 as "National Donate Life Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives O'NEAL, ROTHMAN, OWLETT and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
841
3549
A Resolution recognizing the observance of the Holy Month of Ramadan, a month of reflection and prayer for the Muslim community, which runs from April 23 through May 23, 2020, and the festival of Eid al-Fitr.(Representatives DAWKINS, KIM, BIZZARRO and others)--State Government, September 15, 2020
12

HOUSE
845
3560
A Resolution recognizing the month of May 2020 as "National Moving Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives ISAACSON, BOYLE, MURT and others)--Commerce, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
847
3575
A Resolution designating the week of May 3 through 9, 2020, as "Higher Education Mental Health Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives SAPPEY, HILL-EVANS, SHUSTERMAN and others)--Human Services, October 26, 2020
2

HOUSE
848
3576
A Resolution recognizing the week of May 10 through 16, 2020, as "National Women's Lung Health Week" in Pennsylvania and encouraging all residents of this Commonwealth to learn more about the detection and treatment of lung cancer.(Representatives SCHLEGEL CULVER, KORTZ, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
850
3589
A Resolution honoring Jacobus Franciscus "Jim" Thorpe by designating May 16, 2020, as "Jim Thorpe Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives HEFFLEY, BIZZARRO, DONATUCCI and others)--State Government, September 1, 2020
15

HOUSE
852
3640
A Resolution recognizing the month of April 2020 as "World HIE Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives ULLMAN, HILL-EVANS, MURT and others)--Health, October 21, 2020
3

HOUSE
853
3641
A Resolution designating the week of May 3 through 9, 2020, as "Tardive Dyskinesia Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives SCHROEDER, HENNESSEY, KIM and others)--Education, September 29, 2020
8

HOUSE
855
3706
A Resolution designating the month of March 2020 as "Problem Gambling Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania and recognizing the month of March 2020 as "National Problem Gambling Awareness Month."(Representatives CONKLIN, BIZZARRO, BROOKS and others)--Gaming Oversight, September 30, 2020
7

HOUSE
857
3691
A Resolution commemorating September 2, 2020, as "V-J Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives GILLEN, HILL-EVANS, PICKETT and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, September 1, 2020
15

HOUSE
858
3707
A Resolution designating the month of May 2020 as "Mental Health Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives SCHLOSSBERG, BIZZARRO, BURNS and others)--Human Services, October 26, 2020
2

HOUSE
886
3825
A Resolution recognizing May 25, 2020, as "National Missing Children's Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BOBACK, PETRARCA, BERNSTINE and others)--Children & Youth, September 2, 2020
14

HOUSE
910
3994
A Resolution designating the week of September 6 through 12, 2020, as "Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Research and Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania to increase awareness and understanding of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.(Representatives RAPP, MILLARD, RYAN and others)--Health, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
914
3998
A Resolution designating the week of September 20 through 26, 2020, as "Surgical Technologists Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives RAPP, ZIMMERMAN, LONGIETTI and others)--Health, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
917
4001
A Resolution designating the month of July 2020 as "MECP2 Duplication Syndrome Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives HICKERNELL, EMRICK, JONES and others)--Health, September 11, 2020
13

HOUSE
919
4003
A Resolution honoring the life and legacy and expressing condolences upon the passing of former State Representative William Russell Robinson.(Representatives WHEATLEY, A. DAVIS, GAINEY and others)--State Government, September 30, 2020
7

HOUSE
921
4005
A Resolution recognizing August 19, 2020, as "Aviation Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives DONATUCCI, BIZZARRO, RYAN and others)--Transportation, September 23, 2020
9

HOUSE
941
4122
A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States to allocate additional sources of funding to the Federal Highway Trust Fund.(Representatives TOPPER, BROWN, CIRESI and others)--Transportation, September 23, 2020
9

VETO MESSAGES
HOUSE
1100
3259
An Act amending the act of March 4, 1971 (P.L.6, No.2), known as the Tax Reform Code of 1971, providing for energy and fertilizer manufacturing tax credit.(Representatives KAUFER, TURZAI, MIHALEK and others)--April 6, 2020

HOUSE
2025
3907
An Act authorizing the Department of Environmental Protection to conduct a public comment process on and submit to the General Assembly a measure or action intended to abate, control or limit carbon dioxide emissions by imposing a revenue-generating tax or fee on carbon dioxide emissions.(Representatives STRUZZI, OBERLANDER, SNYDER and others)--September 29, 2020

HOUSE
2412
3720
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for emergency COVID-19 provisions.(Representatives POLINCHOCK, CIRESI, BARRAR and others)--May 20, 2020

HOUSE
2513
4340
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for establishment operation.(Representatives EVERETT, IRVIN, TOPPER and others)--October 19, 2020

HOUSE
836
3910
A Concurrent Resolution terminating the March 6, 2020, Proclamation of Disaster Emergency issued under the hand and Seal of the Governor, Thomas Westerman Wolf.(Representatives DIAMOND, COX, METCALFE and others)--July 14, 2020

H.C.R.R.R.
3
House Concurrent Regulatory Review Resolution
In the House
September 30, 2020
Disapproving the Environmental Quality Board regulations (#7-536) on air quality fees. (D12816)
(Editorial Note: Final action by the House on this resolution must occur within 30 calendar days or 10 legislative days following its date of report from committee, whichever is later.)
SIXTH DAY

D.R.
5
HOUSE DISCHARGE RESOLUTION
In the House
April 28, 2020
Committee on Labor and Industry from further consideration of House Bill No. 1082.
RESOLVED, That House Bill No. 1082, having been referred to the Committee on Labor and Industry on April 5, and the committee not having reported the bill to the House of Representatives for a period of more than 15 legislative days, the committee be discharged from further consideration of the bill. (DERMODY, HARRIS, DAVIS, BRADFORD, CONKLIN, KULIK, BURGOS, LEWIS, LONGIETTI, KOSIEROWSKI, NEILSON, SCHWEYER, MALAGARI, DRISCOLL, CARROLL, BURNS, PETRARCA, CALTAGIRONE, VITALI, READSHAW, CIRESI, SIMS, ISAACSON, SOLOMON, DELISSIO) - April 28, 2020

D.R.
6
HOUSE DISCHARGE RESOLUTION
In the House,
September 29, 2020
Discharging Committee on Health from further consideration of House Bill No. 469.
RESOLVED, That House Bill No. 469, having been re-referred to the Committee on Health on April 27, 2020, and the committee not having reported the same to the House of Representatives for a period of more than 15 legislative days, the committee be discharged from further consideration thereof. (DERMODY, KOSIEROWSKI, OMARA, ISAACSON, DAVIS A., NEILSON, MILLER D., KULIK, HILL-EVANS, ZABEL, MERSKI, BRIGGS, LONGIETTI, BURGOS, PASHINSKI, SCHWEYER, KIM, WILLIAMS, MCCLINTON, HOHENSTEIN, RABB, DONATUCCI, BRADFORD, STURLA, MALAGARI) - September 29, 2020

D.R.
7
HOUSE DISCHARGE RESOLUTION
In the House,
September 29, 2020
Discharging Committee on Health from further consideration of House Bill No. 470.
RESOLVED, That House Bill No. 470, having been re-referred to the Committee on Health on April 27, 2020, and the committee not having reported the same to the House of Representatives for a period of more than 15 legislative days, the committee be discharged from further consideration thereof. (DERMODY, KOSIEROWSKI, OMARA, ISAACSON, DAVIS A., NEILSON, MILLER D., KULIK, HILL-EVANS, ZABEL, MERSKI, BRIGGS, LONGIETTI, BURGOS, PASHINSKI, SCHWEYER, KIM, WILLIAMS, MCCLINTON, HOHENSTEIN, RABB, DONATUCCI, BRADFORD, STURLA, MALAGARI) - September 29, 2020

D.R.
8
HOUSE DISCHARGE RESOLUTION
In the House,
September 29, 2020
Discharging Committee on Health from further consideration of House Bill No. 913.
RESOLVED, That House Bill No. 913, having been re-referred to the Committee on Health on April 27, 2020, and the committee not having reported the same to the House of Representatives for a period of more than 15 legislative days, the committee be discharged from further consideration thereof. (DERMODY, KOSIEROWSKI, OMARA, ISAACSON, DAVIS A., NEILSON, MILLER D., KULIK, HILL-EVANS, ZABEL, MERSKI, BRIGGS, LONGIETTI, BURGOS, PASHINSKI, SCHWEYER, KIM, WILLIAMS, MCCLINTON, HOHENSTEIN, RABB, DONATUCCI, BRADFORD, STURLA, MALAGARI) - September 29, 2020

D.R.
9
HOUSE DISCHARGE RESOLUTION
In the House,
September 29, 2020
Discharging Committee on Insurance from further consideration of House Bill No. 1013.
RESOLVED, That House Bill No. 1013, having been referred to the Committee on Insurance on April 2, 2019, and the committee not having reported the same to the House of Representatives for a period of more than 15 legislative days, the committee be discharged from further consideration thereof. (DERMODY, KOSIEROWSKI, OMARA, ISAACSON, DAVIS A., NEILSON, MILLER D., KULIK, HILL-EVANS, ZABEL, MERSKI, BRIGGS, LONGIETTI, BURGOS, PASHINSKI, SCHWEYER, KIM, WILLIAMS, MCCLINTON, HOHENSTEIN, RABB, DONATUCCI, BRADFORD, STURLA, MALAGARI) - September 29, 2020